The jack la lanne power juicer is the quick and easy way to start juicing fresh, healthy and tasty drinks at home.
When you get the Jack La Lanne Power Juicer, you get a juice machine
that is quiet, easy to use, easy to clean and a wonderful way to add more healthy and cleansing fruits and vegetables into your diet. The machine has some distinct advantages over others. Compared to a Juiceman Pro, the Jack Lalanne Power Juicer is much quieter to use. In addition, it will produce about 1/3 more juice. This is because it has a patented juice extraction process.
Jack Lalanne Juicers are also quite easy to clean and use. The parts are dishwasher safe so you can quickly wash them for your next use. This is important because if you leave a juicer unwashed, the sugars can ferment causing unpleasant smells. The machine also has a bin to catch the pulp. Older machines did not have this extra feature and you had to stop the machine to clean if after only making a pint of juice.
The extra large feed chute makes this juicer a real time saver
The feed chute on the Jack Lalanne Juicer is an extra wide 3 inches in diameter. This saves you time when juicing because you do not have to cut up your fruits and vegetables. This means you can drop in a whole apple or several carrots or celery stalks at one time. You will be drinking your fresh glass of juice while someone with a different juicing machine will still be cutting up an apple to put in their machine.
The Jack Lalanne Power Juicer has a 250 watt electric motor and operates at 3,600 RPM's. You want to purchase a juicer that has a strong enough motor to process your fruits and veggies but not spin at too high a rate. The reason for wanting a slower spin rate is higher speeds means higher operating temperatures. Most enzymes are destroyed by excess heat. So, since you are juicing to enjoy a healthier, more cleansing lifestyle, it is important you get the healthiest juice you can from your machine. The Jack La-lanne Juicer makes that easy by operating at a reasonable speed. Some operate at 10,000 or even 14,500 RPM's and heat will be a concern.