Hamilton Beach Juicer Machine, Big Mouth Large 3′ Feed Chute for Whole Fruits and Vegetables, Easy to Clean, Centrifugal Extractor, BPA Free, 800W Motor, Black

Hamilton Beach Juicer Machine, Big Mouth Large 3′ Feed Chute for Whole Fruits and Vegetables, Easy to Clean, Centrifugal Extractor, BPA Free, 800W Motor, Black

Yakibest.com: Hamilton Beach Juicer Machine, Big Mouth Large 3′ Feed Chute for Whole Fruits and Vegetables, Easy to Clean, Centrifugal Extractor, BPA Free, 800W Motor, Black : Industrial & Scientific

What are hamilton beach juicer machine features?

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  • Healthy, homemade juice in seconds- juice a variety of fruits and vegetables. Juicer is easy to assemble with extra-large pulp bin. Juice cup not included
  • Extra-large 3 inch feed chute fits whole fruits and vegetables – fit a whole apple, a peeled orange or a handful of kale. Less precutting, and more continuous juicing for fresh fruit juice, vegetable juice, or nutrient packed celery juice
  • Easy to clean – removable parts are dishwasher safe and bpa free
  • Powerful electric motor for maximum juice: 800w of power can turn a dense beet into smooth juice in seconds
  • 3 year limited from the bestselling juice extractor brand – includes access to dedicated usa customer support team of hamilton beach employees
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Hamilton Beach Juicer Machine, Big Mouth Large 3′ Feed Chute for Whole Fruits and Vegetables, Easy to Clean, Centrifugal Extractor, BPA Free, 800W Motor, Black AMAZON

Yakibest.com: Hamilton Beach Juicer Machine, Big Mouth Large 3′ Feed Chute for Whole Fruits and Vegetables, Easy to Clean, Centrifugal Extractor, BPA Free, 800W Motor, Black : Industrial & Scientific

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Does this machine get hot while operating? And does it remain stable on counter while operating? Anyone know rpm’s?

Only warm, not terribly hot. It remains stable on the counter. It’s very loud. It’s an 800 watt machine — i was told to buy 700 watt or above in order to get the power. I don’t know rpm’s and i checked the user manual and it doesn’t say in there either. Hope this helps.

Does the juicer leave a lot of foam on top? It doesn’t seem to come with a pitcher that separates the foam.

I think it depends on whats used on how much foam there is because it varies. I happen to like the foam but thats just a personal preference. No theres no pitcher to separate. Also its still spraying from the crease between the machine and the catch container where as it didnt in the beginning. I cant figure out why so the bag i put in the catch container im now folding up over that crease to minimize the spray mess. And… The pulp is wetter than it was in the beginning. I just run it back through another time or two, i still get good juice but disappointed its only been a month and im already having issues. After the money spent, im already thinking about my next juicer… 🙁

Can you just throw a whole price of fruit inside like the picture shows a whole apple going down the shoot? Also can you throw a whole orange inside?

I cut my apple in half! If i use a clementine,i put it in whole but with a big orange i would probably also cut it in half! I love this machine!

Can extract orange juice as well? Is it citrus juicer as well?

Yes!! It does extract juice great from oranges and lemons, etc. However, for softer fruits like pears, peaches, etc, you’d have to get the two speed so you can lower the power in order to juice those fruits to the maximum more efficiently. I have the one speed. But citrus, it works great.

What vegetables or fruit cannot be juiced in this machine?!

This juicer can juice almost about everything (except bananas) but it juices vegetables better than fruit

Can you used crushed ice?

It makes the best crushed ice juice i have ever tasted!!!

Is there a warrenty?

If u have a defected product, u can always call the manufacturer & they are very helpful and will replace some parts for free on defected / damage parts.

Where can i find feet

At the very bottom of legs???

Where is it manufactured?

Believe it’s china.

Does anyone else besides myself have trouble with this juicer sometimes going so fast it bounces around the counter and tries to take off?

Check the locking system. Disassemble it and check for pieces of food which may have dried on the edges and interfere with the juicer to be locked tight together also check for the rubber pieces under the legs.

Where made?

China but mine is excellent. No problems.

Can you make smoothie with this?

In order to make a smoothie you need ice and this won’t work. You can however juice the items you want in the smoothie first, then put all in a blender with the ice and blend it up. That’s how i do it. Have fun!

How many speeds?

800 watt very good. I have not have issues with speed

Will this extract seeds from raspberries

Yes the seeds will not go through that screen

Cual es la diferencia que dan entre las dos opciones en la parte de abajo al comprar

Creo que la pregunta se refiere a agregarle el cobro de protección.

Con respecto a la función del extractor, funciona muy bien solo que hay que cortar las frutas en pequeños trocitos.

Is there a manufactor warranty on this item

There is a limited warranty for purchases in canada and the us. Warranted to be free from defects in material and workmanship for 1 year from original purchase. Applies to repair & replace of the product or parts found to be defective. Full warranty in print is on page 14 of the instruction booklet just google it.

Juicer arrived today. Assembled and locked into place. Juicer will not turn on. ??

There are 2 large retaining clips that need to be completely snapped into place (1 on each side). Great juice’ hope that helps. -john

Can you get a pulp-free juice with this machine? (like say from apples?) i need this to feed by 5 month old twins.

Yes. No pulp with apples but… Mine broke within 3 uses (making apple juice)!! I would go with a different brand and just pay a little more.

Do you have to slice any of the items? For instance, if i peel a pineapple, do i have to slice it before putting it in this juicer?

Small or pliable items will fit into the chute without cutting. The chute has a 3′ diameter so a small apple or a peeled orange will drop in easily. Larger items, such as a pineapple, needs to be cut to fit.

It says "stairless steel" . Is this just a typo? Can anyone confirm what the actual packaging says? I am looking for stainless steel

Hi consumer, i have this product and use it regularly with special modifications. I can attest to the blade inside the machine (the part that shreds the vegetable and fruit fiber is stainless steel). The container, lid, and body of the machine is more a less a light weight durable plastic. The on and off toggle switch is stainless steel and may have steel components under the body. Similar to like a car has steel parts behind the bumper.

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Hamilton Beach Juicer Machine, Big Mouth Large 3′ Feed Chute for Whole Fruits and Vegetables, Easy to Clean, Centrifugal Extractor, BPA Free, 800W Motor, Black AMAZON

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What are our customers saying?

5Expert Score
Love it!

I read a lot of reviews that say it is really loud and it is loud, but not overly so. Like a blender, how soft can you really expect it to be? I love this juicer as it is easy to put together and take apart for cleaning. It is small and doesn’t take up much counter space. It is able to juice a lot of fruits and veggies at once. If you don’t clean and peel your stuff before putting it through, you will need to stop and clean out the filter before continuing, but that can be avoided by peeling and cleaning the fruits/veggies. The one qualm i have with this is that it doesn’t come with a cup for the juice to pour into, so you have to find the right jar or cup that fits under the spout. My big mason jar is a little too big, but i just adjust it under at an angle and it doesn’t fall and keeps the juice from splashing everywhere. I would definitely recommend for first time or beginner juicers!

5Expert Score
Recommend this product!

I received my juicer yesterday afternoon and used it this morning. Omg! Easy to use and my morning juice was delish, i like it better then my morning smoothie i used to make. It was also easy to take apart to clean. The only problem i had was that i couldn’t figure out how to pull out the metal grinder. I was afraid to pull it too hard and brake it, but finally got it out with my husbands help…lol… Apart from this, this juicer is 5 out 5. I’m very happy i bought it.

5Expert Score
Great juicer, definitely worth the price

This juicer does a great job producing healthy, delicious juice from fresh fruits and vegetables. Easy to clean, i’ve put all washable parts (except for the metal strainer basket which needs to be hand washed with the special included brush) in the dishwasher on the top rack and they come out clean and intact. I originally was put off by some negative reviews, but bought it anyway and i am very happy with the juicer. Be sure to read the user manual which gives instructions for correct usage, for example, use only fresh fruits and vegetables and cleaning instructions. I found that some of the negative reviews were from people who did not read the manual and got poor results. I’ve had the juicer now for several months and it continues to work reliably and it’s at a great price at under $100

5Expert Score

I bought this juicer bc it is similar to the juiceman i had bought on amazon 14 years ago (wow) which has a 700w motor and i had broken off part of the plastic so the receptacle bin(which on this juicer is huge) didn’t fit anymore.i also had a 100.00 online gift card i needed to use soooo…. I am so glad i had bought this simple, basic juicer. I couldn’t believe how much juice i got from my carrots, celery and cucumber. I am hesitant to add an apple whole bc i don’t want to eat ground up seeds and also i am afraid a seed may break the juicer. If you want a simple, inexpensive basic juicer go for it! Helpful tip: for those who are new or don’t know, putting a grocery/ plastic bag in the pulp receptacle makes for super easy clean-up!

5Expert Score
Love this!

It’s super easy to clean. It makes sooo much juice. I was not anticipating so little waste and so much juice. So much so i overflowed my glass. My fault! Love this! Great product and would recommend for a first time juice user! Easy to use and clean!

5Expert Score
Does everything i need—make juice

I read a vegan diet book that recommended juice fasts once a week to help detoxify. The author recommended a $300 machine for the task. So— i read the reviews of the hamilton beach and decided to give it a try. For less than $100 i am making juice from celery, carrots, beets, pears , ginger, apples, and greens—all kinds of textures were processed and made lovely green red and orange juices. The unit was easy to clean between batches. Pro tip: put a plastic grocery sack in the bin for the pulp. Presto—my juice is ready for my cleanse tomorrow

5Expert Score
My first juicer

This is my first attempt at juicing so i thought i’d give this one a shot based on other reviews. Seems to be really good quality motor and blades. If i had one issue with this it would be little bits of pulp fly out of the top (even when using the press). A really good juicer for a beginner like me! Pretty sure i’m hooked on juicing after my first 2 weeks and i’ve noticed a dramatic improvement on my overall health!

5Expert Score
Great product

I’m not sure what all of these negative reviews are for, but this product works very well. As soon as i am packaged it worked immediately now if it does malfunction, i will be changing my review, but this is probably the best juicer i’ve ever come across.

5Expert Score
Best juicer machine

This is the best juicer machine i have used so far. Pleased with it.

5Expert Score
Powerful juicer

I have used other juicers which i had to send back but this is a keeper. It is very powerful and fast. Make sure you set up the pieces to the machine before starting. It does not have a catcher for the juice. That is fine with me, i use my mason jars to catch the juice.

4Expert Score
Overall a good juicer, fast prep plus cleanup combination, remains are a little moist but can't squeeze more out of them by hand

I looked at breville compact, breville je98l fountain plus, omega j8004, multiple hamilton beach big mouth juicers, black & decker je2220b jack lalanne and a bunch more juicers and read a ton of reviews before i decided on hamilton big mouth 67601a.

I haven’t thought i needed a juicer before because i mix my freeze dried powdered juice (green vibrance, which has a ton of ingredients, more than i can buy for a reasonable price for one person for a week) with store bought organic carrot juice (bolthouse farms). But after i moved, i found that the closest store did not carry organic carrot juice, only non-organic carrot juice for about $4 for 15.2 oz (also from bolthouse farms), which was pretty expensive.

I decided to see if i could make my own juice and started reading about juicers. I got really excited about juicing after reading reviews and thought maybe i should upgrade to an omega masticating juicer to get the 15 year warranty and the full nutritional value from juicing greens. I came back to reality after realizing that i get way more ingredients than i can find in a normal store close to me from green vibrance (dandelion root, wheat grass, chlorella, spirulina, kelp, alfalfa sprouts, etc.), and i have a bullet to make fruit smoothies and own a citrus juicer already.

Breville fountain plus was too big and ratings were similar to the breville compact in terms of # of stars. Breville compact’s negative ratings had many mentions of the wire mesh breaking (and not being covered by warranty, and costing $45). Since the hamilton big mouth costs about $45, it seemed silly to just buy one filter for $45. I wasn’t sure how often i’d use the masticating juicer since my friend has one and rarely uses it due to the prep work required (chopping and slimming vegetables to get them into the small 1.5′ wide chute – same issue with black & decker). Also, i figured even though the hamilton only had a 1 year warranty vs. The 15 year warranty, if it lasted me 3 years, i could buy 5 hamiltons (at $45) for the $228 cost of an omega j8004. I could even buy myself a $5 square trade warranty to make sure it lasted me 2 years (which is why i didn’t go for the more expensive hamilton pro 67650a at $56.51)

amazon had a pre-black friday sale for the hamilton 67601a for about $35 ($10 off the normal $45) price, so i decided that it was worth a try and bought a hamilton.

First of all, the black color on the hamilton is black all over the inside, and this works great at hiding the carrot juice stains everyone complains about for their non-black juicers. I’ve had the juicer for 3 days and have used it every day. I noticed i am going through vegetables much quicker than if i cook with them (i might normally put one celery stalk in a stir fry but 2 stalks in juice, and go through a little bit of spinach with a meal, but the same amount in the juice). Also, i used to mix the store bought carrot juice sparingly since it was pricy with my green vibrance, but now, i’m going through pounds of carrots (normally, one pound of carrots would last me at lease 2 weeks when i cook with carrots but i’ve already gone through more than a pound in 3 days of juicing for one person, once a day).

I don’t notice the juice being warm or frothy, i never peel, just wash my vegetables (they’re organic) so the preparation, setup, juicing and cleanup time is about 15 minutes for about 15.2 oz of juice. I do put a plastic bag from the vegetable aisle of grocery store in the container bin so clean up is faster.

I did notice the juice was a little pulpier than the smooth store bought one, but i’m ok with that. The left overs in the bin tend to be only slightly moist, but the remains that fly to the top sides of the juicer tend to be more moist. I have tried to squeeze the remains in my fingertips to squeeze more juice out, and while my fingers do get damp, no droplets emerge. I’ve also tried to take the remains and dump them back in the juicer. I got about a teaspoon for about 2 or 3 carrots, so not sure if it’s worth the extra work. I’ve also tried dumping the remains of 4 carrots on the strainer and hand pressing it – no drops came out.

There is no cup that comes with the juicer, but i have found that my 15.2 oz. Plastic bottle from bolthouse farms (cleaned and ready to recycle) fits under there well at a slight tilt (i put a bowl under it so it doesn’t slip). The narrow mouth of the bottle fits right over the nub where the juice comes out, and thus, prevents splatters of the juice, which is also nice. Also, i can easily store the juice after i juice it by screwing on the lid.

The juicer juiced my carrots well, as well as ginger, spinach, celery and apple (organic apple fit well without having to be chopped. I did wonder if i should core it to get rid of seeds as other people mentioned there might be trace amounts of arsenic….). I think the amount of juicing works fine. 3 stalks of celery, 6 carrots, a 3 or so handfuls of spinach and 1 thumb sized bit of ginger mostly filled my 15.2 oz. Bottle. As the bottle states it has about 11.5 carrots in it, i think i am getting a decent amount of juice out of my juicer. Other reviewers mentioned that pushing the veggies through produces less juice, so i don’t use pressure on the veggies except to rest the pushing mechanism on the veggies (after the carrot and celery are short enough) and let the gravity of the veggies and pushing mechanism do the work (or unless something gets stuck – then a little nudge pushes the veggies through).

The juicer does have a vent hole at the top where carrot pieces sometimes come flying out, but i put a piece of tape over it as mentioned by another reviewer and that fix has worked well. I haven’t noticed the bouncing on the countertop everyone else has mentioned, but i have a textured laminate top so maybe that makes a difference. The only time the product jumped was when i had a round piece of ginger in there and the ginger bounced around inside – the machine bounced with the ginger. Machine stopped bouncing when i put the pushing mechanism inside and it rested on the ginger, stopping it from bouncing.

I use the leftovers for soup or for portuguese rice. I love pureed soup (you boil the vegetables until they’re soft, stick in an immersion blender and puree everything), so i’ve started to add the leftover veggies into the soup (pureeing is done before i start!). After i finished juicing, i felt too lazy to shop garlic so i stuck that in the juicer so i could put the juice and grinds into the soup. That worked so i stuck in a whole onion to do the same (lazy me). I found out that wasn’t as good an idea – the process worked fine and it saved me some time chopping and later pureeing. However, it made me tear up something fierce as the fumes from the onions wafted up. I tear up when i chop onions too, but this was instant – onion in, tears came out! I added the garlic and onion juice and remains from all the veggies into the hot boiling water with herbs and chicken bones and made soup. Yum. I’ve also thought that carrot remains look perfectly sized for carrot cake and for carrot pie (instead of pumpkin pie). It’s orange, sweet – who would notice the substitution?

Portuguese rice also calls for carrots ground really fine. Instead of shredding it (which takes time), i just throw in the left over carrot from the juicing process with garlic, olive oil, onions chopped, some salt and pepper and stir until the smells drive you wild (or until slightly browned). Then, i add water and rice and boil until done. The rice is dyed yellow by the carrots and comes out soft and fluffy. I’ve had multiple rave reviews from many people but i rarely make it due to the time required. Now, i can make it more frequently.

Overall a good juicer, fast prep plus cleanup combination, remains are a little moist but can’t squeeze more out of them by hand, juice isn’t frothy or warm, good for my purposes and a great price. I would recommend.

4Expert Score
Gateway juicer: graduated to a nama in 2 weeks

This is a nice juicer to begin your juicing journey. The masticating juicers cost much more and produce more juice but if you’re not sure you’re ready to make a $400 or more commitment for one of those, this juicer is a good one to start with.

I had just gotten back into juicing and i didn’t think i wanted to buy a nama or other expensive masticating juicer to start with. I wasn’t sure if i’d really juice a lot. But it turns out, i loved it. I owned a breville centrifugal juicer many years ago and it was messy, loud and a lot of work for a little juice and that juicer was expensive. This juicer is cheaper than my old breville and works much, much better. So i quickly found myself juicing for myself and my husband everyday, reviewing juicing recipes on you tube. I got crazy about fresh green juices. I love the stuff. For comparison, the juice bar near us charges $11 for a 16 green juice which we would treat ourselves to periodically.

So using the juicer everyday, sometimes twice a day and reviewing recipes and such on youtube, i quickly came across masticating juicers and the nama juicer specifically and comparison videos, recipes etc. Long story short, it became apparent to me that i just wasn’t getting enough juice out of my produce with this juicer. You can literally watch and see how little juice comes out when juicing greens. I felt like i wasting produce and money. Also, i wanted to make nut milk, which the nama juicer does and sorbet which the nama juicer also does. Nut milk is delicious and very infrequently, because of the cost, i treat myself to a bottle, specifically cashew milk which, when mixed with dates and vanilla, tastes like ice cream. If you do a juice cleanse through a juice shop, which i’ve done a few, cashew milk is the dessert. It goes for about $10-12 for a 16 oz bottle. So it’s nice to a make that home. This hamilton beach juicer unfortunately doesn’t do that.

Also, sorbet is regular favorite at my house and we use a separate ice cream maker or the ninja bullet to make it sometimes. Again, the hamilton beach juicers don’t do that. So after two weeks and making juice 1-2 times each day for two people, about 32 oz, i figured the nama was worth the investment for us. So we’re gifting the hamilton beach juicer to a friend.

So pros:
-it makes juice, no problem.
-super easy to clean and operate which makes it more likely you will continue to use it.
-it is loud, but like a vacuum cleaner. But i previously owned a breville many years ago and it was crazy loud, like a power saw. This juicer is quieter than the old breville juicers.
-very affordable

the cons:
-if you really get into juicing and start juicing everyday or every other day, you will recognize that it takes a lot of produce to make a little juice unless you’re using produce with lots of water i.e. Cucumbers, oranges, celery.
-this juicer will not generate a lot of juice from greens. So if you’re really into green juicing either 1) get ready to buy a lot of greens to generate even a reasonable amount of juice 2) expect to add more fruits that already have a lot of water in them i.e. Cucumbers, celery, pineapples in order to produce more juice overall or 3) get a masticating juicer which will produce more juice from greens
-the pulp does come out pretty wet. It will be messy, but you can actually run the pulp through the juicer a second time, especially for citrus fruits, because that’s how wet it comes out the juicer.
-also, one review said the juicer jumps around on the counter. That can’t be accurate. The juicer is incredibly stable on the counter. It has rubber braces on the bottom, so it doesn’t move at all. What does happen however is that the produce may jump or bounce around once it goes into the mouth that leads to the blades. It’s not horrible but i did have pieces of fruit even and entire apple wedge jump back out of the mouth of the juicer. It’s not really bad, you just have to quickly put the produce in and then follow with the stopper to put it down and keep it from coming back up, which i may have been slow in doing.

4Expert Score
Glass not included

Good product, working as described. However the amazon posting is misleading, because glass that they sell with this product is not included in the package. The glass is presented at the leading picture without the comments, only on the 2nd and 4th picture is stated that the glass is not included – this should be on the main product picture – (leading or first picture).

4Expert Score
Made a quick job of processing grapes for jelly

This is the 2nd hamilton beach small appliance i’ve been pleasantly relieved that i got more than what i paid for. I worry i’ll regret not spending more on things meant to last but was not disappointed with this choice. I didn’t feel the opening was large enough for dropping grapes in so i put my canning jar funnel on it and that worked well.

4Expert Score
Mixed feelings

I really like my juicer but it is annoying to clean. Especially because i juice so frequently. It gets clogged around the top easily but it gets the job done.

4Expert Score
Easy to use and juices well

I have had this product for a few weeks and have made several types of juices. It is very strong and works very fast. I have used a lot of fruits and veggies (oranges, apples, lemons, limes, strawberries, cucumbers, carrots) and they have worked well. I have tried kale and spinach, and those have not juiced well. I’m not sure if they aren’t able to work with this juicer, but they always seem to be in the pulp and not actually juiced. It has worked well when i am making juices like lemon carrot or strawberry apple.

It is pretty annoying to clean. I have never had a juicer before, so i’m not sure if other juicers are easier. It just has several parts that you have to take apart and one of the middle pieces is a bit difficult to clean.

Tl;dr: it is overall pretty quiet, works well for fruits/veggies that arent a type of lettuce, is fast, but a bit annoying to clean

4Expert Score
Is easy to use

It is a good machine.

4Expert Score
Lots of power

This juicer is powerful and quickly juices fruits and veggies. It’s easy to clean and dishwasher safe. Due to the power of the machine pieces of the grated fruits and veggies come out of the back of the machine. I also found it necessary to purchase an additional strainer to remove the pieces that get into the juice.

4Expert Score

Works good! It does the job. You just have to make sure you rinse it right after use or it could be hard to clean. Used at least 10 times so far and works like the first time used.

4Expert Score
Not bad at all

Good buy

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