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Carrots, celery, beets, cucumbers, apples--all vegetables and fruits, with the exception of citrus, go into
this powerful 550-watt compact juicer's feed chute and come out the spout as pure, fresh juice. (For
citrus fruits, you must purchase a separate attachment.) A stainless-steel blade chops the vegetables
and fruits, and centrifugal force, just as high-school physics teachers promise, spins the juice from the
pulp and through a strainer before it pours from the spout. Disposable paper filters (included), useful
for soft fruits, can be placed inside the strainer to further filter juice. You can employ the pulp to flavor
soups, casseroles, breads, cakes, and sauces, or it can go into the compost pile. Twisting off the cover
opens the juicer for simple disassembly and cleaning. The stainless-steel bowl can go into the
dishwasher, but other parts must be hand washed. The juicer is 11-1/2 inches high and 9-1/4 inches
wide. Features: Voltage 550 wattsStainless steel & polycarbonate housingStainless steel Bowl
Stainless steel BladeJuice capacity: 30 oz.Speed settings: On and OffCountry of manufacture: China
Instruction manualHeight: 9 in.Length: 9.5 in.Depth: 12.5 in.Weight: 10.5 lbs.Product warranty: 5 year
limitedService warranty: 5 year limited
Carrots, celery, beets, cucumbers, apples--all vegetables and fruits, with the exception of citrus, go
into this powerful 550-watt compact juicer's feed chute and come out the spout as pure, fresh juice.
(For citrus fruits, you must purchase a separate attachment.) A stainless-steel blade chops the
vegetables and fruits, and centrifugal force, just as high-school physics teachers promise, spins the
juice from the pulp and through a strainer before it pours from the spout. Disposable paper filters
(included), useful for soft fruits, can be placed inside the strainer to further filter juice. You can employ
the pulp to flavor soups, casseroles, breads, cakes, and sauces, or it can go into the compost pile.
Twisting off the cover opens the juicer for simple disassembly and cleaning. The stainless-steel bowl
can go into the dishwasher, but other parts must be hand washed. The juicer is 11-1/2 inches high
and 9-1/4 inches wide. --Fred Brack
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