Breville 800JEXL Fountain Elite Juicer

he Breville 800JEXL Fountain Elite Juicer is designed to look great and juice quickly and effectively. Made in Italy, the Breville 800JEXL has a stylish stainless die cast steel housing to ensure it looks great on any countertop.

It also has a built-in electronic “smart chip,” which controls power to the blades according to the exact juicing load. The stainless steep cutting disc consists of no less than 115 individual knives, ensuring pulp is dissolved into the smallest particles.

There is no need to chop, slice or dice your fruit and vegetables before you juice them. This machine has a 3-inch feed tube, which processes whole foods, even apples and carrots. Two speed settings allows the juicer to cope equally well with hard and soft fruit and vegetables. If you are a keen juicer and want a machine that you can use day after day for a long time to come, this Breville model could be the one for you – it really is one of the best rated juicer.

Users who recommend this juicer highlight the wide feed chute, which makes the process quicker and easier. One user claims to be able to process 3 regular sized carrots at one time, with no need to chop or slice them. Another advantage of this machine over others is that it is simple to take apart and fits easily in the dishwasher for convenient washing (every part but the blade is dishwasher safe). Foam is never a problem, because the lid is designed to keep it separate from the juice. This makes the 800JEXL ideal for those who hate foam on their juice, which is a common problem with other models. Another positive feature of this machine is the spout opening on the pitcher, which means there is no issue with overspray (another common problem).

While this machine appears to work well with most types of fruit and vegetables, some users report problems when trying to juice greens (such as spinach or kale). One reviewer says that he tried to juice greens on both speed settings and the pieces came out of the chute in large chunks, resulting in a tiny amount of juice. On the other hand, another user says he has managed to juice kale with no such problems. The fast speed setting is recommended for hard foods, like apples, ginger and carrots, while the slow speed setting is best for soft foods, like watermelon and cucumber. In general, this Breville juicer performs well, produces large amounts of pure juice, is simple to put together, use and clean, and is well-made and durable. At around $300, this juicer seems to be reasonably priced given the quality of construction, impressive appearance and overall functionality.