H-AA Slow Juicer
$439–$459 + $5 shipping surcharge
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A Jetsons-worthy juicer.
If the Jetsons dreamt up the futuristic juicer of our dreams, it would be this one. Not only can it (quietly!) churn out fresh, cold-pressed juice from any fruit or veggie you throw its way, it can also spin out nut and soy milks, tofu, and even ice cream. The slow-squeeze technology (perfected over decades!) is designed to mimic hand-squeezed juicing, which keeps your fresh-pressed juices as nutrient-packed and pure-tasting as possible. Choose from a matte black or rose gold finish—both make a handsome addition to your kitchen counter.
Photography by Rocky Luten, James Ransom
Details & Materials
Body and hopper are ABS plastic, chamber is Tritan plastic, squeezing screw is ultem plastic, fine strainer is stainless steel & ultem plastic, ice cream strainer is bisen plastic. All materials are BPA-free and impact-resistant.
8.75" L x 7.75" W x 16.5" H with a 16.9 ounce chamber capacity. Includes: (1) Juicer (body, motor, auger, drum), (1) twin auger, (1) hopper & lid, (1) drum, (1) spinning brush, (1) fine strainer, (1) coarse strainer, (1) ice cream strainer, (1) juice container, (1) pulp container, (1) pusher, (1) tofu press, (1) drying rack, (1) small cleaning brush, and (1) large cleaning brush.
Care & Notes
Setup and care instructions come with each juicer. To rinse your juicer, pour water into the hopper with the juice cap closed. Turn the juicer on so that the brush can sweep along the strainer. Open the juice cap and allow the water to flow out. Repeat two to three times. When you are ready to fully clean your juicer, move the lever to "open," disassemble and clean each part. Remember that the sooner you clean after juicing, the easier it is.
Shipping & Returns
Cannot be shipped to U.S. Territories or P.O.Box/APO/FPO/DPO addresses.
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