Juiceman Juicer Reviews & Ratings

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We surveyed hundreds of juicer owners to compile the ultimate ratings for juicers of all kinds. Below find the ratings for Jay Kordich's Juiceman line of juicers. We hope these ratings help you find the best juice machine for your budget and specific needs.

Jay Kordich, 'The Juiceman' promoted this line of inexpensive electric juicers on tv infomercials for years. The first juicer of this line the JM300 has been discontinued and is no longer available. It was replaced by the JM400, which fixed some of the durability issues with the first model. The JM400 is a pure juicer while the JM1000M adds basic food processor capabilities for chopping vegetables, making salsa, salads and smoothies. The Juiceman line of juice machines are on the lower end of the price spectrum for electric juicers, and really aren't intended to do wheatgrass, or high volumes of juicing. They do feature a wide mouth for juicing whole fruits and vegetables with minimial cutting.

Make Model
Juiceman All In One Juicer & Food Processor - JM1000M * Juicer JM400
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Durability
Ease Clean Up
Wheatgrass
Hard Vegetables
Celery
Soft Fruits
Leafy Greens
Efficiency
Easy of Use
Versatility


The Rating Scale:
In the survey, aspects of each juicer were rated on a scale of 1 to 5:

  • 1 = Very Poor
  • 2 = Poor
  • 3 = Met My Expectations
  • 4 = Exceeded My Expectations
  • 5 = Wow!

* Based on only 1 rating submitted so far.
** No survey submitted yet. Own this juicer? You can take the juicer survey here.See ratings for other juicers here:

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