Hurom H300 Self-Feeding Slow Juicer (Silver)
Let’s address the only negative first, the price, it’s a considered purchase. Worth it? In my opinion yes and here’s why. The materials used are top quality BPA components and feel very robust. All parts are engineered to fit together perfectly. The multi-screw augur is a genius piece of design making juicing a breeze. Fill the hopper, whole fruit and vegetables can be used due to the internal cutting blade. Close the lid and press the on button and the Hurom H300 Self-Feeding Slow Juicer goes about its business quietly and efficiently producing fabulous juice with minimal pulp into the collection jug. The juice can be stopped by pushing down the plug to stem the flow. The pulp is ejected through the side shoot into the provided collection bin. I line mine with a food bag to make disposal easier. Open the self-feeding hopper and the machine bleeps once and stops allowing additional fruit or vegetables to be added. Similarly ingredients can be cut into pieces and added through the top port hole as the machine is running. The on button is simple to use, one press to start or stop and a second press shows the button glow red and allows the augur to go into reverse should any debris need to be dislodged and encouraged to run through the machine. Finally the convenient bit, and what helped me justify the spend, the simplicity of the clean up. Compared to my old machine this is night and day, no fine mesh to scrub or dozens of parts to clean. Simply run the top hopper, juicer section and augur that splits into two easy to clean parts under the tap - that simple. The silicon plug and seals are also removable for cleaning. A brush is provided to aid cleaning, however, I have not needed to use it so far as debris washes away easily. The Hurom H300 really is a juicer you would want to use daily and not something you are eventually going to grow tired of and loathe because of the lengthy clean up time.