Turbo Juice 1000 Series


In general, household name brands are household names for a reason: they have proven that they deliver a consistent product and have managed to do so for decades or even generations. In the juicing world, this type of credential is usually bestowed upon the Brevilles, Omegas and perhaps Jack Lalannes. Still, there’s no reason why a relative underdog can’t separate juice from pulp just as well as a more well-known (and expensive) rival. So today we’re looking at just such a juicer, the Turbo Juice 1000 Series? How does it shape up?

Durability and Build

This juicer is made almost exclusively of plastic parts. You may be fooled at first by the glossy outsides, but to be sure: it is mostly plastic. A surgical-grade stainless steel juicing blade is a notable exception to this general rule. This juicer comes apart relatively easy for cleaning, but many of the parts feel brittle. This is especially true of the safety bar used to hold the juicer closed during juicing.


In appearance as well as function, the Turbo Juice appears to be the clone of a lower-end Breville. It features a two speed motor, allowing you to juice produce at an rpm level that is most suitable for its level of hardness. Additionally, this juicer comes with two blades, meaning that you’ll have a backup when the first one begins to get dull. Because this juicer comes from an off manufacturer, it should mostly be considered as a potential choice for those who would like a Breville but are unable to purchase one due to budget issues.