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Juice Extracators from £5.00

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8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
Tesco have a number of Juice extractors "Juicers" on offer, the cheapest being their own model J10 which is now only a fiver.
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#2
i've already posted this. good value though.
#3
When I lived in USA I was able to buy huge sacks of juicing oranges, which were just oranges with blemished appearance, the skins were a bit brown or white here and there but they were perfect inside. There were big sacks weighing 30 pounds or more, and costing only about $5. This really made juicing worthwhile, but here I've never been able to find cheap juicing oranges, so juicers just don't pay. It's more expensive per litre to juice fresh oranges than it is to buy tropicana.

But anyway, still good for a fiver.
#4
androoski
When I lived in USA I was able to buy huge sacks of juicing oranges, which were just oranges with blemished appearance, the skins were a bit brown or white here and there but they were perfect inside. There were big sacks weighing 30 pounds or more, and costing only about $5. This really made juicing worthwhile, but here I've never been able to find cheap juicing oranges, so juicers just don't pay. It's more expensive per litre to juice fresh oranges than it is to buy tropicana.

But anyway, still good for a fiver.


Have a look at the shopping channels late at night , that Jack La Hain guy (really old with muscles):-D , He juices EVERYTHING , ends up with a glass of weird looking/coloured juice that I personally wouldnt give to the dog :? but the old dears in the supermarket demo cant get enough of it :roll:
I agree with you ......stick with the tropicana
banned#5
I can never be bothred to clean things like this out after each use, they should make self cleaning ones :)
#6
androoski
When I lived in USA I was able to buy huge sacks of juicing oranges, which were just oranges with blemished appearance, the skins were a bit brown or white here and there but they were perfect inside. There were big sacks weighing 30 pounds or more, and costing only about $5. This really made juicing worthwhile, but here I've never been able to find cheap juicing oranges, so juicers just don't pay. It's more expensive per litre to juice fresh oranges than it is to buy tropicana.

But anyway, still good for a fiver.


We are buying this to juice over ripe stuff like bananas, chuck in a few strawberrys and an orange. should be ok
#7
zaheer2003
We are buying this to juice over ripe stuff like bananas, chuck in a few strawberrys and an orange. should be ok


Ahhh, a blender. Yes, got one of them already.
#8
androoski
When I lived in USA I was able to buy huge sacks of juicing oranges, which were just oranges with blemished appearance, the skins were a bit brown or white here and there but they were perfect inside. There were big sacks weighing 30 pounds or more, and costing only about $5. This really made juicing worthwhile, but here I've never been able to find cheap juicing oranges, so juicers just don't pay. It's more expensive per litre to juice fresh oranges than it is to buy tropicana.

But anyway, still good for a fiver.



well yeah, oranges don't grow here so they don't bother shipping blemished ones over - hence the growers sell them locally for $5 a bag.

You can get huge bags of class C carrots here for similar prices. *shrug*
banned#9
androoski;3152792
When I lived in USA I was able to buy huge sacks of juicing oranges, which were just oranges with blemished appearance, the skins were a bit brown or white here and there but they were perfect inside. There were big sacks weighing 30 pounds or more, and costing only about $5. This really made juicing worthwhile, but here I've never been able to find cheap juicing oranges, so juicers just don't pay. It's more expensive per litre to juice fresh oranges than it is to buy tropicana.

But anyway, still good for a fiver.

tescos do juicing oranges for about a £1 which makes about a litre. Cheaper than tropicana and a lot healthier (no additives or preservatives).
banned#10
zaheer2003;3155468
We are buying this to juice over ripe stuff like bananas, chuck in a few strawberrys and an orange. should be ok

you wont be able to put 'dry' fruit in it (e.g banana).

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