PHILIPS HR1861 Juicer - Stainless Steel - £59.99 @ Currys
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PHILIPS HR1861 Juicer - Stainless Steel - £59.99 @ Currys

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Found 20th Jul 2013
Go healthy with the help of Philips' HR1861 Juicer. Create nutritious fruit and vegetable juices in the comfort of your own home with this great juicer! No need to fork out for expensive fresh juice from the supermarket when you can experiment and create your favourites at home, all thanks to the HR1861 Juicer.

The micro mesh filter is a great feature, it squeezes every single drop from your fruit or veg to give you more juice, and the generous 2 litre jug allows for continual juicing! You can pop most fruit and veg into the large feeding tube whole and the HR1861 Juicer will chop it up for you, so there's minimal preparation time. With a powerful 700 Watt motor, you can juice at speed, ideal for hectic mornings when you're running late!

The HR1861 Juicer only chops fruit and veg, not fingers! The safe locking arms prevents any accidents from occurring while the juicer is running - for your peace of mind!

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does anyone know why these anonymous voters vote cold. I have checked the price elsewhere and seems £20 cheaper. I think these people need to grow a set of balls, and explain why they are voting cold.

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does anyone know why these anonymous voters vote cold. I have checked the … does anyone know why these anonymous voters vote cold. I have checked the price elsewhere and seems £20 cheaper. I think these people need to grow a set of balls, and explain why they are voting cold.


I'm agree! even in Philips store it cost 100!!! next cheapest in argos on sale for 69.99, was 99.99!

Voted hot as its a good price IMHO

Got this last weekend and was given a £5 off £50 voucher as part of my till receipt.

The juicer is great for carrots, apples, beetroot, but not so good for 'leafy greens' such as kale. I've found if you wrap a kale leaf round a carrot you get more juice from the kale than if you put it through by itself.

Most of the nutritional value of juicing is derived from cabbage, kale etc, and to get the most from such vegetables you need a slow juicer or masticating juicer, rather than a centrifugal machine like this. Unfortunately they cost around £300. Read the information at ukjuicers.comhere

And if you juice mostly fruit, carrots and beets with this machine, you'll be consuming a high amount of fructose or natural sugar.

I tried to purchase this earlier this week and it was out of stock in every store within a 50 mile radius.

Its still out of stock now.

Great price but voted cold because you can't find any in stock!

Might be worth submitting a price match claim at John Lewis.

get a masticating juicer its betyer at extracting the goodness than these powerful machines

*better

Amazon had them last week for £60 ours is due to come on Tuesday went back the next day to order one for mum in law and price had gone up to £70 !
No stock now tho

Out of stock in Scotland

It seems to be out of stock everywhere
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