Last updated on November 3rd, 2018 by Garrick Dee
Instead of starving yourself to death and losing muscle mass that’s critical for weight loss, why not replace unhealthy parts of your diet with healthier options.
Here a few good examples. Replace white rice with brown black rice. Drink dairy-free almond milk.
If you have a sweet tooth, try replacing sugar-rich soda with fresh juice.
This is where the Hamilton Beach Juice extractor 67750 comes in. There are two variants, the single speed and 2-speed variants.
We’ll be focusing on the 2-speed variant which is the only improvement over the older version.
It’s also got a nice stainless steel exterior that not only looks good but also will age better than plastic.
A quick look at the features
- 800-watt motor with 2 speeds controls
- Wide 3 inch feed chute will save you time chopping produce
- Dishwasher safe parts make this easy to clean
- 3 year warranty gives you some peace of mind
- Comes with a 40 ounce juice pitcher with a lid and froth separator
- At less than $70 this is one of the best value for money extractors available right now
- Powerful 800 watt motor will extract juice from most fruits and veggies in seconds
- Wide 3” feed chute means you’ll don’t need to chop as much
- Great for ingredients like apple, strawberry, celery, pineapple, cucumber and bitter melon
- Generous 3 year warranty
- Not so great for juicing leafy greens
- You can’t store juice very long
This extractor is the newer version of the 67608A but with 2 minor improvements.
First improvement would be the variable speed option that helps with reducing noise. Second improvement would be the stainless steel finish body that does ages better over time.
Unfortunately, you’ll still get the same motor and blade so expect the same type of performance from this machine.
This machine comes with a 3” feed chute that saves you time because you don’t need to chop as often.
Imagine dumping a whole apple without having to chop it one bit. Don’t worry about the seeds because it’ll not go through the mesh filter.
I don’t recommend adding a lot of fruit in your juices because it’s sugar. Add it only to make it taste better, that’s it.
If you juice a lot of celery and you don’t want to wait minutes then a centrifugal juicer like this is a great option.
Powering this juicer is a 1.1 horsepower motor that produces 800 watts of power. Hamilton Beach did not specify how fast the blades spin but I assure you that’s it’s more than 10,000 rpm.
The 67750 has two speeds – low and high.
There’s no difference in power but what this features does is allows you to control the noise.
Let’s say you’re juicing something soft like leafy green vegetables or strawberry then using the low setting would be the better option.
You wouldn’t be using as much electricity and there isn’t as much noise.
Dishwasher Safe Parts
Parts of this juicer are dishwasher safe but only on the top rack.
But I’d still recommend rinsing off excess pulp residue off the blade and cover before dumping it inside the dishwasher to reduce the residue build up in your dishwasher over time.
If you don’t have a dishwasher don’t worry, cleaning this machine is easy because it has a few moving parts. I’d suggest that you buy a cleaning brush for dislodging pulp on the blade and that’s it. It only costs a few bucks.
…Hard ingredients like celery, apple, orange and bitter melon. If you juice stuff like these, then this will be a good option.
It won’t be as efficient as a masticating juicer when juicing stuff like kale, spinach and stuff like that.
Juicing leafy greens would entail sandwiching leafy greens between two pieces of harder ingredients like apple or orange. Another way would be wrapping it around stuff like cucumber.
Unfortunately you won’t be able to store juice very long from this juicer because it sucks in a lot of air.
That’s the biggest downside of a centrifugal juicer and somewhat negated by how fast it is to extract juice.
So that’s the pro and con you have to live with should you buy this.
The great news is you don’t need a lot of prep work to fit ingredients into the 3” feed chute.
If you’re juicing an apple, orange, cucumber, strawberries, collard greens, celery and just about anything else.
The only time you’ll need to chop if you plan on juicing stuff like pineapple or watermelon. So basically you don’t need to chop anything unless it’s something really large.
This juicer will do a pretty decent job in terms of yield but it won’t match a slow juicer or twin gear juicer if you’re planning on juicing leafy greens. That’s the only downside I see.
Few moving parts equate to easy clean up. You will need a cleaning brush to remove any pulp left on the cutting disc/blade.
The parts are also dishwasher save should you decide to go that route.
This is a centrifugal juicer.
Hamilton Beach backs this up with a very generous 3 year warranty. To put that in perspective, it’s two years more than a Breville BJE200XL juicer that costs $100.
Unfortunately this juicer does not have BPA free components.
Don’t expect this juicer to be quite since it uses an 800 watt motor that spins the blade thousands of rpm.
You might even scare your toddler using this – just a warning.
Consumers love how affordable this juicer when you compare it to the Breville. Yield is almost the same as the Breville but this will be noisier. But if you want to get more yield then consider a masticating juicer. The process though will be slower.
If you’re starting out this is a great first juicer because it’s easy to use, cheap and cleaning is a breeze because it only has a few moving parts.
Build quality could also be an issue according to some reviews but it didn’t pop out in other reviews.
And there’s that issue of this machine shaking which could be solved if you put a rubber mat underneath it. Again, this is an issue not m
The best place to buy this would be in Amazon not only because of the price but because of the extended warranty offered. You can get a 4 year extended warranty for less than $9. Just in case you need that extra peace of mind.
The Hamilton Beach 67750 is a great option for beginners looking to get into juicing. It’s a bit more expensive than the single speed 67650A. But if you want something with variable speed to lessen noise this is a good option.
Expect the same yield as the 67650 and some consumers say that it is comparable to the Breville BJE200XL. However don’t expect the same quality as the Breville.
If you juice lots of celery, apple, strawberry and other types of hard ingredients then give this a long look.
Though I don’t recommend juicing a lot of fruits because of the high sugar content, this should get you in the right direction without having to spend hundreds.
The better deal in my opinion though is the single speed 67650A because it’s cheaper and will provide the same performance.
But the choice is yours, if you want some measure of control then get this 2-speed option. But if you want value for money then the single speed variant is a better choice.