The AICOOK slow masticating juice maker is a fine entry-level slow juice maker that provides mixed outcomes.
Unlike the centrifugal juice makers we checked in a similar price tag, this unit utilizes an auger to grind vegetables and juice.
The centrifugal machines have a mid spinning blade that shred produce.
Features AICOOK Slow Masticating Juicer
A few think that the heath produced with spinning is detrimental to the final juice’s nutritional worth.
That is one excellent reason to take a fine long look at the AICOOK slow juice maker.
It was not quite as good as the other masticating juice makers we checked, but we were not overly impressed with either of them.
There were just 2 juicers that achieved less forth free juice than this model, and those are the type that shreds complete vegetables, fruits into more of a smoothie, not juice.
One of the advertised advantages of masticating juice makers is that they go slow to get an extreme quantity of best juice.
That is not what we found with this model, at least in terms of quantity.
It produced comparatively small juice and left a moist pulp that indicates lots of juice was left unused in the pulp.
One thing definite plus is that this juice maker has a meager price, so it is a pocket-friendly way to get this fort of juicing.
We have tried more costly models of masticating juice makers over the years, and they did look much sturdier.
This AICOOK model shakes and has spiked in sound each time you put a piece of beet.
- The low price of the machine and long warranty add to the overall value.
- Juice yields were comparatively disappointing.
This AICOOK slow masticating juicer provides a fine entry-level way to get into the slow juicing experience.