6 best juicers that are worth every last drop

These models will help you with your five-plus-a-day intake.
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There’s nothing that beats a refreshing cup of fresh juice on a warm summer day. Whether it’s the classic orange juice that you can’t get enough of or if you love a mix of everything (we’re the latter…), the homemade version is just, well, better. That’s why investing in a high-quality benchtop juicer is key to creating the most deliciously smooth, refreshing and nutritious juices for the entire family to enjoy.

When making your own juice, you get to see everything that goes into the juicer. This means you can tailor your mixed juice (if that’s what you’re making) only to include your favourites. Or, you can add superfruits to the mix for an easy antioxidant or nutrient boost. Who knew healthy eating habits could be so easy?

So, whether you’re trying to get more of that five-plus-a-day into your diet easily or more efficiently, or you just love a refreshing cup of juice (or both), we’ve found the best juicers on the market that can help you with just that.


  1. The Juice Fountain Cold XL, $599, Breville (here’s why)
  2. Hurom cold press juicer (H400B), $899, David Jones (here’s why)
  3. Nutribullet slow juicer (NBJ07300), $299, David Jones (here’s why)

The best juicers to shop in Australia 2024


The Juice Fountain Cold XL

$529 (usually $599), Breville

The Juice Fountain Cold XL juicer from Breville is newly designed to feature an impressive 88mm extra-wide chute feed that allows you to juice whole fruits and vegetables – saving you time with less prep work. Its cold spin technology also means there is less than 1°C temperature transfer, while its noise reduction technology can reduce mechanical noise by up to 40 per cent. And since time is of the essence, you’ll be pleased to know that this juicer can extract up to two litres of nutrient-dense juices five times faster than a traditional cold press.

Key features:

  • Cold spin technology
  • Noise reduction technology
  • Extra-large 2-litre Seal and Store juicing jugs
  • Juices directly into jug
  • Titanium reinforced cutting disk
  • Italian micro mesh filter
  • Stainless steel juicing basket
  • Variable speed settings available

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Hurom cold press juicer

$899, David Jones

Small but mighty, this cold press juicer from Hurom is highly rated – and it has the accolades to prove it. Taking juicing to new luxurious heights, the Hurom juicer was the Kitchen Innovation Diamond Award Winner in 2023 – offering a faster-than-ever juicing experience. Featuring a self-feeding hopper for ease of use and a second-generation multi-screw strainer that maximises the yield of your ingredients, it’s safe to say this stylish benchtop appliance will be welcomed in all juice-loving kitchens.

Key features:

  • Self-feeding hopper
  • Second generation multi screw strainer
  • Juice level indicator
  • Built-in pulp container
  • Nut milk or sorbet suitable


Nutribullet slow juicer

$379, David Jones

Compact but packs a punch – this slow juicer from Nutribullet is made to handle a wide variety of juicing needs. With its wide 3″ feed chute that fits larger quantities of produce, its high-torque yet low-speed motor that offers quiet operation, and its durable steel-tipped auger to ensure not a single drop of nutrition is wasted, it’s the perfect benchtop juicer you’ve been searching for.

Key features:

  • 3″ wide feed chute
  • High-torque, low-speed motor
  • Durable steel-tipped auger
  • Quiet operation

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The 3X Blucier

$429 (usually $549), Breville

If you’ve never heard of a Blucier, then let us educate you. Part blender, part juicer – hence the name – a Blucier is designed to be a two-in-one benchtop appliance to serve all your juicing and blending needs. So whether you’re after a thick smoothie post-morning walk or you’re after a green juice to kick start your morning, the Breville 3X Blucier is well worth considering. Packed with Breville’s outstanding tech, namely, its Kinetix contoured blade and bowl system, Cold Spin technology, and extra wide 88mm chute, the 3X Blucier is a versatile and handy addition to any modern kitchen.

Key features:

  • Kinetix contoured blade and bowl system
  • Cold Spin technology
  • Extra-wide 88mm chute

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Kuvings EVO820 Evolution Professional whole slow juicer in red

$699.95 (usually $899), Kitchen Warehouse

Featuring a Gen 5 maxi strainer for fine smooth juice (without pulp), this stylish cold press juicer from Kuvings is made for those who take their juicers seriously. Professional-grade, this juicer features an 8cm feeding chute, a cooling system to prevent overheating, and a low-noise design to ensure an easy, breezy juicing experience.

Key features:

  • 8cm feeding chute
  • Gen 5 maxi strainer
  • Low noise design
  • Cooling system


Omega Juicers cold pressed juicer

$557 (usually $649), Appliances Online

A reliable all-rounder is the Omega Juicers cold press juicer. Featuring continuous juicing with automatic pulp ejection and engineered for quiet operation, it’s the perfect appliance to make not only juices, but smoothies, baby food, desserts, and more, too.

“This is my first cold-press juicer, I definitely recommend it. Good build quality, easy to clean and easy to use. Also, turns out juice tastes much better with a cold pressed juicer! I didn’t realise the difference it would make, fantastic,” commented a five-star reviewer.

Key features:

  • Continous juicing and automatic pulp ejection
  • Adjustable end cap for maximum extraction
  • Quiet operation

What is the best juicer to buy for home use?

When it comes to choosing a high-quality juicer for the home, it’s important to know the differences between the different options out there. There are two main types of juicers to choose from that are great for common household use: centrifugal juicers of cold press juicers – sometimes referred to as fast juicers and slow juicers, respectively.

Though when you think of anything ‘slow’, you may have some pre-conceived assumptions of its quality or make. However, at times it is preferred that juicers work ‘slower’ to extract all the nutrients from your fruits and vegetables.

Centrifugal juicers

Centrifugal juicers feature a fast-spinning blade that chops up your fruit and vegetables and is then put through a fine mesh filter to separate the juice from the pulp. Centrifugal juicers are known as fast juicers as you can make your favourite juices in a short amount of time. One thing to note with centrifugal juicers is that – due to the high speeds of the blades – some heat may be produced which may alter the quality of your juice. You may also find that you need more ingredients to yield the same amount of juice when compared to a cold press juicer – so that is something to keep in mind too.

Cold press juicers

Cold press juicers, on the other hand, work in a crushing/squeezing motion to extract juice from vegetables and fruits. Although, they can be known as slow juicers, they aren’t significantly slower than a centrifugal juicer. Cold press juicers generally come with a higher price tag due to the construction of the auger and machine. However, every last drop is squeezed from your fruits and vegetables, so in turn, you waste less produce (and save money) when making your next summer health drink.

Both types are great options for the home. Centrifugal juicers are known as the entry-level juicer, however, whichever type you opt for is ultimately up to your budget and personal preference.

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