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I like to keep a bottle of fresh-squeezed lemon juice in the fridge for making lemonade, other drinks, and for cooking – let’s face it, concentrated lemon juice you get in the store is lousy (and that’s being nice). But I’m not willing to pay $50 to $100 or more for fresh juice, and the more versatile juicers out there don’t do as good a job with lemons as a dedicated citrus juicer.
I’ve ordered and set back several basic citrus juicers (including the earlier Cuisinart incarnation, the CCJ-100), looking for something that does its job and isn’t a piece of junk. I’ve finally found it. The motor is sturdy enough to withstand a good amount of downward pressure without choking, and has lasted at least through several large bags of lemons (my only complaint about the CCJ-100 was that it wore out within a short timeframe, and the motor started screaming – definitely on its last legs). Like the 100, this model has a nice watertight spout that holds the juice without spilling a drop until you are ready to dispense. It also has a more stable footprint (a chief complaint about the 100 from other users), a pulp selector for three levels of pulp, and a spin feature that extracts juice that normally stays in the pulp.
Since it’s a new model I wasn’t able to find a better deal than $30, but it’s worth it to have a product that works. No complaints!
— T. Hefferon
From the smallest lime to the largest grapefruit, this sleek brushed stainless steel citrus juicer getsout more juice more efficiently. An adjustable auto-reversing reamer features “custom” pulp controlsettings, and the unique Final-Spin feature maximizes the amount of juice from each piece of fruit.Dishwasher-safe parts make cleanup a breeze.