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Best Juicer 2023: Our four favourite juicers right now

As convenient as supermarket juice is, it just can’t compare to something fresh, straight out of the best juicer. Not only does fresh juice taste better, it gives you complete control over what you want to drink. Whether you want a simple but refreshing orange juice, a mix of different fruits, or you want to make something healthier, adding in fresh leaves, we’ve got the model that can help.

We have reviewed juicers big and small to create a comprehensive list of the best juicers currently available on the market. Of the many we’ve tested, we recommend four to suit a range of budgets and requirements.

If you’re looking to add more than a blender to your set of kitchen appliances then you can also check out our round-ups for the best air fryers and best kettles.

Best juicers at a glance

How we test

Learn more about how we test the best juicers

There are two important aspects to a juicer: the quality of the juice, and the ease of use. We test for both. Starting with juice quality, we make a range of different drinks from plain, single-fruit juice using a variety of fruit from the hard (apples) to the soft (grapes). We examine how much juice is produced and then rate each juicer for the quality of the drink.

Turning to more complicated recipes, we use a range of fruit and vegetables including carrots, celery and leaves to see how well each juicer can cope with more complicated drinks. For those juicers that support it, we also use frozen fruit to see how good they are at producing sorbet.

Ease of use is exceptionally important, so we test each juicer thoroughly. We look at how fruit has to be put into the machine, with the less cutting the better. We look at how well each machine gets rid of left-over pulp, and look at how easy each juicer is to clean at the end of the process.

Nama J2 Cold Press Juicer

Best overall
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  • Can juice every part of any fruit
  • The tall hopper allows for a large maximum yield
  • Quiet motor


  • Bulky size
  • The masticating motor means this juicer isn’t the fastest on the market

The Nama J2 Cold Press Juicer is our favourite overall juicer, offering an impressive design, great features, top-notch performance and delicious juice for those willing to invest. 

The Nama J2 Cold Press Juicer is a slow (masticating) juicer designed to extract juice with little foam. This model has a three-tiered design that automatically separates the skin, pulp and pips, cutting down the amount of prep needed to make some fresh juice. 

This makes the juice tall and heavy, so you’ll want to ensure you have the counter space before heading to the checkout. One benefit to this height is that you don’t need to chop fruit and veg into small pieces or slices to fit them into the juicer. In fact, you don’t even have to peel them. You can also layer your ingredients instead of taking the time to juice each one separately. 

We found juices made with the Nama J2 to be tasty and refreshing. The brand claims that its method preserves more nutrients, making the juices healthier and more flavoursome though it’s difficult for us to vouch for the former. However, our reviewer hasn’t experienced a bad batch of juice so far, with no pulp and minimal foam making its way into each glass. 

The masticating design means that the process isn’t fast, but it is quiet. We also found the JSC100UK surprisingly easy to clean. The appliance keeps everything neat and contained during the juicing process and the spinning brush, auger and strainer all come apart when not in use for thorough cleaning. 

If you’re looking for a juicer that’ll make excellent juice with minimal prep, the Nama J2 is large and powerful enough for the job. However, those on a budget who make juice less often might want to consider the Ninja Cold Press Juicer JC100UK instead. 

Reviewer: Victoria Woollaston-Webber

Full Review: Nama J2 Cold Press Juicer

Sage 3X Bluicer Pro Combi Blender and Juicer

Best all-in-one
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  • Five Programmes
  • Minimal juicing prep
  • Easy to clean


  • Requires some storage
  • Investment buy
  • No recipe book

When you only have a small amount of kitchen space to work with, deciding which appliances to buy can often depend on the amount of features offered to maximise the usability of each device. In the realm of juicers, the Sage 3X Bluicer Pro Combi Blender and Juicer can not only pump out refreshing juice drinks in good time, but it can also operate as a proficient blender when you need it to.

Usually when you have an all-in-one device there’s one facet that tends to get left behind in favour of other features but, rather incredibly, this isn’t the case here. This means that the Bluicer is just as capable at putting out an energising smoothie as it is with extracting juice from even the toughest of produce.

With that said, the pouring mechanism of the Bluicer does leave something to be desired and it definitely takes some getting used to, which inevitably means that you’ll encounter a few spills here and there as you get a hand for it.

Still, for the amount of power that the Bluicer offers up, it’s an easy one to recommend to students or people who have a small kitchen, as it gives you the functionality of two great devices in one simple to use form factor.

Reviewer: Rachel Ogden
Full review: Sage 3X Bluicer Pro Combi Blender and Juicer

Omega MMV702 Mega Mouth Juicer

Best premium juicer
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  • Efficient juicing
  • Can process whole apples
  • Makes sorbet from frozen fruit and smoothies


  • Pricey
  • Not dishwasher-safe
  • No dedicated storage

You may be put off by its high price, but if you can afford it then the Omega MMV702 Mega Mouth is the ultimate juicer.

The Mega Mouth is the most efficient masticating machine we’ve ever tested and manages to squeeze every precious drop of liquid out of whatever you put through it.

It’s wonderfully easy to use, and will happily accept whole apples in its wide feed chute and berries and nuts in its hopper.

The inclusion of two extra screens means it can use one to turn frozen fruit into sorbet, and the other for nutritious smoothies – which makes it an excellent choice for everyone from health fanatics to sweet-toothed dessert fans.

Make no mistake, this juicer is a great investment that will quickly become a staple for healthy mocktails, sorbets, smoothies and gelato for years to come.

Reviewer: Rachel Ogden
Full review: Omega MMV702 Mega Mouth Juicer

Novis Vita Juicer

Best compact juicer
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  • High juice yield
  • Makes pureés and pressed citrus juice
  • Dishwasher-safe parts


  • Heavy
  • Multiple parts
  • No jugs for storing juice

You only have to glance at the Novis Vita Juicer’s price to realise that this machine is out to make some serious juice. Forget the occasional morning OJ – you’re looking at a juicing, blending, pureé-ing, citrus-pressing beast that can handle anything from soft fruits to hard veg. If you’re up for the ride, this powerful juicer is worth every penny.

Using self-regulating speed (up to 2000rpm) and a combination of a citrus press and a centrifuge, the Novis Vita can produce juice with 20% more nutrients than conventional juicers. It yields maximum juice with minimal waste, offering the flexibility to try different pulp levels for all kinds of experimental blends.

It isn’t the smallest or most discreet juicer, but it has special feet to absorb loud vibrations, and most of the plastic attachments and blades fit snugly inside when it’s assembled to save space. Available in eight colours, this isn’t a machine that’s been made to hang out in a cupboard.

Reviewer: Rachel Ogden
Full review: Novis Vita Juicer


Which type of juicer is best?

As you browse the roundup, you’ll notice that some machines are described as ‘centrifugal’ or ‘fast’ juicers, and others ‘slow’ or ‘masticating’ juicers. This refers to the method juicers use to extract the pulp from fruit and vegetables. Centrifugal juicers use fast-spinning metal blades, while slow juicers squeeze the fruit at a much slower speed.

There are pros and cons to both methods. Some people worry about the metal blades in centrifugal juicers producing heat, which might destroy some of the enzymes in fruit and veg as it’s juiced. There’s no concrete evidence to confirm this, though, and they do get the job done quickly and thoroughly.

Slow juicing is more gentle and is designed to retain as many of the nutrients as possible. The obvious downside is the speed – although, in reality, you’re losing mere seconds. When comparing slow juicers and fast juicers, we recommend keeping an open mind and instead consider how each individual juicer performs.

Do I need frozen fruit support?

Being able to cope with frozen fruit can turn a juicer into a kind of sorbet maker, giving you some delicious desserts options. It can be a neat option to have, but the quality dramatically differs between machines. We recommend focusing on the quality of fresh juicing, and look at frozen fruit support as a bonus.

What cleaning options should I look for?

Juicers are messy, so the easier they are to clean, the better. For the most convenience, look for a model where the majority of parts are dishwasher-safe. Some models feature only a few dishwasher-safe parts, leaving you to clean everything else up by hand.

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