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The Breville 800CPXL orange juice maker was our original luxury pick, and for good reason: Tim Cooper of Sweetwater Social in NYC has used it to make «gallons of juice» and recommends it for home use because «it’s really easy to clean, everything’s metal, everything comes off really easily, it lasts a very long time.» Lisa McManus of America’s Test Kitchen described it as having an «oooh» factor, and she’s absolutely right: This 10-pound steel machine is a beautiful beast. It also costs 12 times what the Proctor Silex does and performs the same as Breville’s new lower-priced Citrus Press. And in our tests, pulp tended to stick to the rubberized handle, so this model was harder to clean.

The Cuisinart CCJ-500 Orange Juice Maker came in far below the other units when we measured juicing efficiency, and it doesn’t have a pitcher or multiple cones. We couldn’t find any obvious design flaw that led to lower productivity, but our numbers indicated that it simply didn’t perform as well. It is handsome, though, thanks to its brushed-metal housing.

The Dash Go Dual Citrus Juicer has the same design as both the Proctor Silex and the Black & Decker, and in our tests, it was just slightly less efficient than the top pick at 38.9 percent. Unfortunately, the Best Orange Juicer‘s two pieces don’t fit snugly together, which leaves a gap substantial enough to let a lot of pulp through even at the lowest setting for pulp control. The Dash Go Dual also costs more than the top pick and the runner-up.

Oster’s 3186 Juice-n-Serve 27-Ounce Automatic Orange Juicer doesn’t have a pulp-control mechanism or multiple cones, and it isn’t dishwasher safe. It was one of the quietest of the bunch, however. Anyway, people like orange juice, and at the same time, they want to buy best orange juice maker from Amazon.

Tribest’s CitriStar requires washing by hand and offers no way to catch the juice or to control how much pulp gets into the orange juice. It also wasn’t any more efficient than the Proctor Silex despite a price set $30 higher, even though it required a little less pressure than the rest of the models we tried. Here, I will show you more and more Orange Juice Makers which sold on Amazon.

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