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I am very happy with the juicer.
I was also prompted to write a review because of the person who writes about all the problems with the spout. I think I may know what the problem there is: It sounds like he juices with the spout in the up position instead of down. When juicing, the spout is supposed to be down. In fact, one of the nice things about this juicer is the spout. When you have enough juice or want to remove the juice catcher, lift the spout up and it closes off the flow of juice.
I have found the machine very easy to use and to clean. I was impressed with the cleanup. It takes me about 2 minutes — literally. Just rinse the parts, scrub the strainer with a stiff brush, and then leave to dry.
I juice a lot of lemons and I have had only minor difficulty: If the lemon is too pointy I have to cut that point off to keep the lemon from spinning in the top “cup” that holds it. I haven’t had the same problem with oranges.
I think it is a little on the pricey side. I got mine as Macy’s on sale for $135.
I also have a Black and Decker motorized citrus juicer. It is a lot more work and does not get all of the juice. The Breville gets every last drop faster and easier.
Breville die-cast commercial-style Citrus Press is wonderfully functional and excellently designed. It has a die-cast stainless steel juicing cone that will fit all size citrus fruit. It boasts innovative juicing action for maximum juice extraction. It includes a coarse stainless steel filter and has a brushed stainless die-cast steel housing and motor body. It will be an item that will enhance any kitchen countertop.
Powerful citrus press housed in professional-grade brushed stainless steel
Industrial strength, whisper-quiet motor; revolutionary active-arm system
1-size-fits-all juicing cone provides maximum juice extraction; drip-stop juice spout
1 coarse stainless steel filter; cord storage; dishwasher-safe parts
Measures 7 by 16-1/2 inches; 1-year warranty