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Moulinex JuiceMachine Plus (Graphite)

RRP: £49.99
Price: £24.99 & this item Delivered FREE in the UK with Super Saver Delivery. See details and conditions
You Save: £25.00 (50%)


Availability: In stock. Dispatched from and sold by Amazon.co.uk.

Product Features
New 2 speed function
Extracts juice from any hard or soft fruit or vegetable, including citrus fruits
Large 1.35 litre removable pulp tank
Stainless steel safety bar for easy one handed operation and automatic switch off
Juice jug with foam separator
Easy to clean (non electrical parts dishwasher safe)
Automatic safety cut out
Includes small fruits funnel and ergonomic pusher with wide opening

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#1
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#2
Thanks Muhammad :)

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#3
Thanks edi
[mod]#4
Good price for this, thanks Muhammad :thumbsup:
#5
Forget this machine, my parents have one & it is next to useless.

Pay a little extra & get one with a faster speed & that takes Whole fruits (Apples. Tomatoes, Pears etc.)

We have an Anthony Warrel Thompson Pro Juicer which was £69 from Argos but it out-performs all the others on the market.
#6
I had three Russell Hobbs Juice Lady's one after the other as each one developed a fault within a few uses. I gave up on the third and bought this one from Amazon early last year when it was this price.

I wasn't sure what to expect for the price as it was a third of what I'd paid for the other one, but I was pleasantly surprised by it.

I found it very good at what it does and not that difficult to clean. There is a little chopping up required as it doesn't take whole fruit usually but, for this price it's well worth the money.
#7
Sounds good though.

I can imagine getting drunk and using this to perform a cupboard cocktail of strange drinks with leftover food.
#8
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#9
One of my friends has this and said it is useless!! (she juices twice a day!) I guess it just depends on how much you intend to juice.

I use my juicer now and again and find it OK (I have this one) but it's nothing spectacular. (thank god i didn't pay that price!) I will upgrade mine soon but would stay away from this if you intend to juice everyday.

http://www.juicemaster.com/ is a good website for all things juicy!
#10
I have this one from here: http://www.lloydspharmacy.com/ and use it every day and so far after 3 months have had no problems and for £9.99 if it lasts me 12 months I will be happy and feel I have had my monies worth.
#11
FFNYL
Forget this machine, my parents have one & it is next to useless.

Pay a little extra & get one with a faster speed & that takes Whole fruits (Apples. Tomatoes, Pears etc.)

We have an Anthony Warrel Thompson Pro Juicer which was £69 from Argos but it out-performs all the others on the market.



Where on argos is the pro juicer? The one I found is £99. :(
#12
Bought ours last yr in the sale @ £69.00. They have since subtly changed the design so price has gone back up.

We Juice every day, best combo - ORANGES, APPLES, TOMATOES, CARROTS, PEARS (& A SPRIG OF BROCOLI IF YOURE BRAVE ENOUGH!)

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