SimpleTaste Electric Masticating Juicer Review: Slow Juicer Under $100
It’s not the only way but if you’re recovering from surgery or looking for a natural way to treat certain conditions like type-2 diabetes or high blood then juicing is the way to go.
But remember to always work with your physician when making this major decision and not go into it blindly.
SimpleTaste is another brand that offers folks who don’t want to spend a boatload of money on a slow juicer.
As of this moment this juicer costs less than $100 in Amazon and it comes with a 30 day money back guarantee and a 12 month warranty.
First let’s look at the features of this juicer and see what it brings to the table…
- Has a 150 watt motor that spins the auger at a slow and steady 80 rpm
- The horizontal auger design allows this to extract juice from highly fibrous stuff like celery, barely, wheatgrass, etc.
- Comes with a cleaning brush that makes cleaning the strainer easier
- The 80 rpm rotation is quiet and not wake up your neighbors or child
- Components of this juicer are CE and ETL approved
- Comes with a 30 day money back guarantee and 1 year warranty
- 1.5″ feed chute
- 12.8″ tall
- One of the cheapest juicers available right now at just under $100
- Quiet operation will not wake up your neighbors
- Great for juicing leafy greens without the need to chop
- Compact design will fit even inside small kitchens
- Easy to assemble, disassemble and clean
- Short warranty
- Small feed chute means you’ll have to chop fruits that don’t fit like apples (I don’t recommend adding a lot of fruit!)
- You can’t make nut butter or sorbets – this machine is purely a juicer
What to expect from the SimpleTaste Extractor?
If you don’t want to spend close to $300 on a horizontal auger juicer like an Omega 8006, this is a great alternative.
It has the ability to extract juice from leafy greens efficiently because of the horizontal design of the auger. What I mean by this is that you don’t need to chop celery into smaller chunks because the pulp ejection port does not have any choke points.
This shortens the time to prep which is a huge time saver if you like juicing greens.
Take a look at the photo below to see how the design of this machine…
It has the same design as the $300 Omega 8006 but the difference is this brand does not have any blank plate so you won’t be able to make sorbets or crush coffee beans.
But if your main focus is just juicing then I’d say this is a great deal though the short warranty is a concern.
This juicer utilizes a 150 watt motor that spins the auger at only 80 rpm. Again, this is the same as the Omega.
Unlike centrifugal juicers that use thousands of revolutions to extract juice, a slow juicer squeezes out juice without introducing too much air into the mixture.
The more air that goes in juice, the faster it oxidizes.
That’s why when you buy a jug of milk or juice, you don’t want to open it until such a time you’ll drink it because oxygen accelerates the oxidation process.
Unlike the Omega that comes with a 15 year warranty, this juicer has a 12 month warranty and a 30 day money back guarantee. But you can buy an extended warranty if you purchase this from Amazon.
What can this juicer make?
This extractor is great for juices thanks to the horizontal auger design that will work best.
If you’re like me – I like juicing celery because of my high cholesterol. You’ll appreciate that you won’t need to spend 5 to 10 minutes chopping which you’ll need to do if you use a horizontal auger juicer like a Hurom HU-100 or Omega VRT.
Just slowly push in a stick of celery or collard greens and let the machine do the work. It also comes with a pusher to help with pushing ingredients down towards the auger.
If you suffer from a condition like arthritis you may want to have a self-feeding juicer such as an Omega VRT. This juicer requires some effort in pushing ingredients down.
It can also juice fruit but you’ll need to chop them into smaller bits to fit inside the feed chute.
How long can you store juice?
SimpleTaste says that you can store juice for up to 72 hours. Make sure to store it in an airtight container like a Mason jar and keep it inside the refrigerator.
If you can drink it fresh then by all means do so.
How much juice can it extract?
When you compare this to a centrifugal juicer, it’ll extract more from leafy greens because it squeezes it instead of just shredding it in a spin cycle.
Is this juicer easy to clean?
Cleaning should not be a problem because it only uses a few small components. And it comes with a cleaning brush to scrape out any residue off the screen or auger.
Is it BPA free?
The manufacturer did not specify if this product uses BPA free components.
Consumers really like this product because it was efficient at juicing fruits and veggies, easy to clean and it’s not expensive.
Juice extracted by this machine tastes better when versus a centrifugal juicer.
One review said that it only took about 5 minutes to extract juice and another 5 minutes to clean up. But the time it takes will depend on the amount of ingredients you’ll put in.
If it’s just a simple recipe for one or two that would require less time. The more juice you’ll make the more time it’ll take prep so take that review with a grain of salt.
An easy to clean juicer is crucial for usability purposes. Nobody wants to use something that’s difficult to clean. So if it’s an easy to clean juicer you want, this is a good option.
You don’t need to remove the skin of fruits such as apple or grapes because it won’t clog. The auger and screen will do a thorough enough job at squeezing vegetables.
Another thing that I like about this is the reverse function that’s absent in the Aicok slow juicer. This allows you to dislodge anything that may be stuck.
Where can I buy this?
The best place to buy this would be in Amazon not only because of the price. But it’s one of the few places where you can get extended warranty in the cheap. You can get up to 4 years of extended warranty for less than $7!
To Wrap It Up
The SimpleTaste slow juicer is another great option for folks looking for an affordable juicer that will work well in extracting juice from leafy greens.
It’s a horizontal slow juicer, meaning the auger sits at a horizontal plane which means you don’t need to spend 10 minutes to chop 10 stalks of celery. Just feed it through the chute and let the machine do the work.
The one year warranty is a concern but you can add up to 4 years to it for under $7 if you want peace of mind.