Best juicers: These are the 5 best juicers to score for the New Year

Our team of experts ranks the 5 best juicers on the market — find out which ones to buy

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Searching for the best juicers? Due to COVID-19, we're all confined to our homes and can't visit our favorite juice bar on a regular basis; propelling us on an intense search for ways to recreate our favorite go-to juice. The answer? It's time to find the best juicers — and there's never been a better time. 

Although, when it comes to juicing, we're not all on the same page — or at the same level. Whether you're a first-time juicer just getting down the basics, or you whip up green juice like you're Gwyneth Paltrow, in order to make your juicing dreams a reality, we need to start with the basics. Before finding the perfect recipe or doubling up your batch, you need to invest in an efficient and effective juicer for the task at hand. 

With hundreds of machines on the market, it's hard to narrow the search down. With flash sales and conflicting reviews, shoppers rarely know if the investment they're making is the "right" one. Which is where we come in. 

Our team has dedicated a significant amount of time to help you narrow down your juice machine search. In order to be crowned "the best" (or even make it close to our list), we trialed and tested a variety of juicers first-hand. And if we couldn't get our hands on one of the best juicer models, we did extensive research and read dozens of reviews. 

During this time, we took many factors into consideration. From its functions to its capacity, and yes, even its price (plus, so much more!), we've distinguished what works verse what doesn't. Plus, we've gone a step further. 

In terms of functionality, we've even gone ahead and found juice makers that are multi-purpose. Sure, we know most juicers can liquify our favorite kale and carrots without any issue, but what about blending a smoothie? Can this device do that, too? If you're wondering whether or not they can: we found that out, too. 

By now, we expect many of you are on the edge of the seat and can't wait any longer. Are you wondering whether or not your favorite brand topped our list? The wait is over. 

Let us present: the Real Homes Best Juicers of 2020. 

Looking to stock your kitchen with the best kitchen essentials? Check out our list of the non-negotiable must-haves for every home chef. 

Here are our 5 best juicers money can buy: 

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1. Braun J700 Multiquick 7 Juicer

Best juicers for smooth juices: a powerful juicer that blends fruits and vegetables.

Specifications
Best for: Smooth juices
Power: 1000W
Size: 1.25ltrs
Dishwasher safe: Yes
Centrifugal or Masticating: Centrifugal
Reasons to buy
+ High power+ Large capacity
Reasons to avoid
-None!

If you want a decent juicer, make sure you keep an eye out for the wattage, and this one has plenty. Combining power and innovative design, this machine has the capacity to juice anything from fruit to spinach leaves. If you can’t leave for work without your morning juice, this juicer takes no more than 10 minutes to grind up the perfect drink to a consistency of your choice. Once you’re done, remove the pulp then chuck all the removable parts in the dishwasher for easy cleaning. 

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2. NutriBullet NBJ50200 Juicer Pro

Best easy-to-use juicers: there's no need to pre-cut your fruit and veg, the NutriBullet Juicer can turn anything into a refreshing drink

Specifications
Best for: High-quality, efficient juicing on-the-go
Power: 1000W
Size: 27oz.
Dishwasher safe: Yes
Centrifugal or Masticating: Centrifugal
Reasons to buy
+Getting the most out of every single ingredient +Large chute+Large batches that can be stored up to 49 hours 
Reasons to avoid
- Bulky

For maximum juice and minimal fuss, there's no better option than the NutriBullet NBJ50200 Pro Juicer. It's strategically designed with three precision speeds and paired to perfection with a high-torque motor to give users full control. You can ramp it up to full-force — and enjoy its "turbo speed" feature on the days you're short on time — or slow it down and enjoy the juicing process. Either way, you never have to worry about missing a drop, thanks to its no-drip spout. 

More favorable than that is the 3in. feed chute and dual-sized food pusher. It can easily accommodate both wide and narrow fruits and vegetables, so you can make the most out of each and every ingredient. 

Plus, if you happen to find that you are left with extras at the end? The 27oz. juice pitcher can seal right up to store for up to 48hours — making tomorrow morning almost as smooth as this juice. 

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3. Hurom H-AA Slow Juicer

Best investment juicers: the machine that's worth every single cent

Specifications
Best for: Investment
Power: 150W
Size: 10oz
Dishwasher safe: No
Centrifugal or Masticating: Masticating
Reasons to buy
+The H-AA rotates at a speed of just 43 revolutions per minute+Versatile and offers full control+Unique low-speed +Works on fruits, vegetables, leafy greens, nuts, and soybeans to create nutritious juices, milk, tofu, and more+Can make ice cream
Reasons to avoid
-Higher price point

When it comes to the best investment juicer on the market, this Humron H-AA Slow Juicer ranks in our top slot. This juicer turns to a streamlined design that focuses on smooth curves that gradually become slimmer towards the back. Making any of the three available shades — Rose Gold, Matte, or White— ideal options that can seamlessly pair with your current kitchen decor. 

More impressively, it highlights a revolutionary H-AA system, which includes 120 AC voltage and 150watts that strays for traditional centrifugal juicers. Instead of shredding fruits and vegetables — due to high-speed blades — this magnificent machine relies on a natural motion —of 43revolitions per minute and a Slow Speed Technology — to minimize the damage to ingredients while keeping Its natural taste and nutritional value intact. 

One of the most standout features of this juicer would be its control lever. When paired with the fine and coarse strainers, it allows you to control the amount of pulp on a case-by-case basis. 

Undoubtedly, this juicer was built for versatility and the proof is in the pudding. Users can easily use this machine on fruits, vegetables, leafy greens, nuts, and soybeans to create nutritious juices o a regular basis and it doesn't end there. You can also make milk, tofu and there's even the ability to create ice cream with any frozen ingredients, too. Making this juicer worth the investment.  

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4. Philips Kitchen Appliances HR1897/34 Micro Masticating Juicer Avance Collection

Best juicers for large fruits: this juicer will squeeze every last drop of juice out of the fruit, reducing any waste

Specifications
Best for: Juicing large fruits
Power: 200W
Size: 1L
Dishwasher safe: Yes
Centrifugal or Masticating: Centrifugal
Reasons to buy
+Up 90% of fruit will be made into juice+Super easy to use+QuickClean in 1 minute
Reasons to avoid
-Small chute

This juicer from Philips will unlock all the goodness, freshness, and nutrients of the fruits (and veggies) so you can enjoy a delicious drink with minimum wastage. The juicer uses MicroMasticating tech to squeeze the maximum amount of juice out of the fresh ingredient so you'll end up with 90 percent of it back in the glass. All your favorite fruits, vegetables, and even starch fresh ingredients, such as ginger, can be juiced. The best bit? It has a pre-clean function that kicks in during each juice to squeeze out any goodness left behind, whilst cleaning the inside of the machine too.

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5. Omega J8006HDC Juicer

Best juicers for extracting nutrients: a gentler way of making your morning juice

Specifications
Best for: Extracting nutrients
Power: 200W
Size: 37oz.
Dishwasher safe: No
Centrifugal or Masticating: Masticating
Reasons to buy
+ Retains more nutrients than centrifugal machines + Less likely to form froth 
Reasons to avoid
- Slow- Very big

If you’re looking to get the most juice for the amount of fruit you put in, this juicer does the job nicely. While running slower than a centrifugal juicer, the way in which the device grinds and clenches the contents releases as much juice as possible without damaging the nutrients within it.

 If you like to juice wheatgrass and other fiddly ingredients like nuts, this machine does an efficient and quiet job of processing them. The kind of juice you create using a masticating juicer, for the juice pro, will have a slightly richer flavor and at this price, you really can’t go wrong. 

Things to consider when looking for the best juicers on the market: 

If you're in the market for the best juicer for the family then there are a few elements that you'll need to consider before buying.

Price

Juicers, because of their advanced technology, tend to be a little (or a lot) on the expensive side. Be careful to consider style and performance when you select the best juicer for you. 

Power

High power doesn't necessarily mean better; some juicers may have several power settings, which is great if you're going to be using your juicer a lot and experimenting with different ingredients; that said, most juicers worth their salt should be able to handle even tough veg, such as raw carrots. 

Size

How much space do you have on your worktop or in your cupboard for a juicer? Some can be bulky so check the proportions when considering capacity.

Capacity

It's worth considering how much juice you're going to be making at one time, whether it be one glass for yourself in the morning or a whole jug to serve the family. Can the juicer you're considering cope with family-sized portions? For smaller households, juicers such as the Braun Multiquick 5 Juicer are ideal for popping pieces of fruit through the juicer one at a time.

Is it dishwasher-safe? 

It can be a fiddle to clean a juicer, so those with a dishwasher will be happy to know that the majority of juicers have dishwasher-safe parts, but always check before you buy. 

The centrifugal force of mastication? 

Probably not your first thought, but it's worth knowing if you want to ensure you’re left with a silky smooth juice to have alongside your morning bowl of cereal. Our list features two types of juicer - one that uses centrifugal force (think back to your science lessons on this one guy) and one that uses mastication – that’s mimicking the way our teeth chew to you and us. 

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Brittany Romano
Brittany Romano

Brittany Romano joins the Real Homes team as their U.S. E-commerce Editor, based in New York City. From her start as a fashion market assistant at Marie Claire to building highly profitable commerce vertical at Us Weekly and AMI brands, Brittany has produced award-winning content covering everything from celebrity beauty hacks to must-have items from online sales. She is a graduate of New England College. When she isn’t writing, you can find Brittany indulging in yet another DIY-project or cheering on her beloved Boston Bruins. Find her on Instagram at @Rammmyyy.