As for the quality of the juice, it is phenomenal, provided you are not juicing a ton at once. If you are a hard core juicer and juice many items, this machine is not for you.
The juicer works pretty well but I would like to have less pulp as most of the pulp is still wet which tells me I am not getting all of the juice. The parts are not that easy to remove so it takes a little patience.
I have had this juicer for about 2 months and I couldn't be happier with it. It has a super powerful motor, it juices EVERYTHING, and just really works. I love it!
Overall I say if you can get this for less than market price, its worth the buy, but if you have the money to spend on something over $70 dollars than try something better…
I don't see myself doing this much longer, and that's a shame - I wanted to love this machine. The cost of the veggies, electricity, and water to clean is honestly quite close to the amount I'd spend on the little bottles of fresh carrot juice from the store. If you add in a cost for user time for that 45 minutes, it really doesn't seem worth it to me.
Its 2-speed so works great with both hard and soft vegetables and fruits. It has a huge mouth so I never have to cut my carrots or small apples. I think its worth the money.
Overall I am impressed with what I have gotten out of it considering what I paid for it. When it breaks next, though, I am going to invest in a serious juicer.
I love this thing. I am really impressed with the juice output--I thought that with such a low price, maybe it wouldn't extract as much juice as a fancier juicer, but I've been really happy with it.
What juice that does come out of the Juiceman Jr. tastes fine, but it's an extremely inefficient machine…
I juiced raspberries, apples and ginger so far with great results. I think it is easy to clean and use. I couldn't believe how much juice was in the ginger. I also juiced about 3 apples and got an entire large glass of apple juice. I am very pleased so far.