Today we’re having a look at a glossy juicer that has all the attitude of a high-class appliance. But can its actual performance live up to the pretty exterior?
Build, Quality and Appearance
This juicer comes in both silver and chrome. But in both cases, the Kuvings centrifugal juicer gives off a high-class premium air. Unfortunately, some of the more important parts aren’t made out of shiny metal. Specifically, the arms which secure the top of the juicer are made out of plastic. Because they snap into place when you assemble the juicer, it’s possible that they may deteriorate over time due to wear-and-tear. Still, the juicer generally feels pretty sturdy and sits solidly on the counter during operation. Although certainly not an eye-sore at the outset, it’s possible that this juicer may become one in the event you have to duct tape it shut because the hinges break.
This is a two-speed centrifugal juicer. This versatility option allows you to juice softer produce at a low rpm and hard produce at a higher speed. The buttons used to change this juicer’s speed are somewhat ambitiously titled “low” and “turbo.”
This juicer boasts energy efficiency, high capacity and multiple blade speeds, but we have reservations about its counter-life. Build issues and price tag make the Kuvings Centrifugal Juicer a bit of a gamble to purchase.