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The best juicer to buy in 2024, tried and tested for the freshest drinks

These are the best juicers for every budget, from multipurpose machines to single-function squeezers

One of the best juicers, the Hurom H-AA slow juicer, making green juice in a white kitchen
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A Kuvings Juicer making green juice

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1. The list in brief ↴
2. Best juicer overall: Kuvings EVO820
3. Best centrifugal juicer: Nutribullet Pro
4. Best blender/juicer: Breville 3X Bluicer
5. Best slow juicer: Hurom HP
6. Best for beginners: Nama J2
7. Best for small spaces: NutriBullet Slow
8. The ones that just missed the list
13. How we test
14. Meet the team
15. FAQs

A good juicer is a little luxury that can transform your life. A juicer is far from a kitchen essential, but you'll never have better juice than when it's freshly-squeezed. 

However, if you've been in the market for a juicer for a while, you'll know that they can get expensive. When a good juicer can set you back hundreds of dollars, it pays off to know which juicers are actually worth the money, and which aren't.

I've been a product tester for years, and the team and I have examined a wide range of juicers. From the best centrifugal juicers to the best cold press juicer, we've made gallons of juice in our scientific test kitchen, as well as in our own homes, for a sense of how these appliances fare in more everyday conditions.

We assess how easy they are to use, how easy they are to clean, if they represent good value for money, and even if they'll look good in your home. Most importantly, we find out firsthand if these juicers actually make good juice. 

The Quick List

We'll get into the specifics later. If you just want the headlines, these are the best juicers at a glance.

The best juicers 2024

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Best juicer overall

Best juicer overall

Specifications

Juicer type: Masticating
Power: 240W
Capacity: 13.5 oz
Chute size: 3.22"

Reasons to buy

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Excellent juice extraction
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Extra-wide chute
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Extremely powerful

Reasons to avoid

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Not dishwasher-safe
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On the more expensive side

This juicer can tackle soft or firm fruits, large or small chunks, and only produce a tiny amount of dry pulp. The Kuvings EVO820 features a feed chute that's wide enough to fit whole apples. A flip gate controls access to the chute, letting fruit in and keeping fingers out. 

The Kuvings EVO820 made exceptionally clear and clean juices and creamy smoothie bowls on test. This machine can even make almond milk, though you might want to strain it through a filter for a thinner consistency. Though this juicer is not dishwasher-safe, it comes with its own scrubs and brushes for quick and easy cleaning. 

The biggest issue is its size. This juicer is tall, broad, and heavy, so it might be difficult to store in smaller kitchens or shorter cabinets. 

If you're a keen juicer who wants to squeeze all the goodness out of your groceries, you'll appreciate the Kuvings EVO820: though you'll need to clear some counter space.

You can find more details in our Kuvings EVO820 review.

Best centrifugal juicer

Fastest juicer

Specifications

Juicer type: Centrifugal
Power: 1000W
Capacity: 27 oz
Chute size: 3"

Reasons to buy

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Large capacity
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Reasonably priced
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Comes with a range of accessories

Reasons to avoid

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Incorporates cheap plastic

The NutriBullet Juicer Pro is one of the best centrifugal juicers on the market, able to power through tough produce like carrots and ginger.  You can make several servings of juice in this jug, which is double the capacity of the Kuvings EVO820, to drink now or save for later. 

This juicer comes with a freezer tray, a froth separator, and a cleaning brush, as well as two grab-and-go bottles and even a recipe book. It's the full package, so it's great for those who are new to juicing. All you need to do to set up your juicer is slot your pulp chamber into the base and press 'go'. It's easy to clean, too, since most of the parts are dishwasher-safe.

The NutriBullet Juicer Pro works best with smaller servings of wetter ingredients, such as berries and citrus fruits. On test, this machine struggled with leafy greens like kale. The NutriBullet Juicer Pro also has a tendency to whir as it works. This shouldn't pose too much of a problem, though, as you'll only be juicing for a few minutes at a time. 

For a fast juicer that's budget- and beginner-friendly, you can't go far wrong with the NutriBullet Juicer Pro. 

You can find more detail in our NutriBullet Juicer Pro review.

Best combination blender and juicer

Best juicer and blender combo

Specifications

Juicer type: Centrifugal
Power: 1000W
Capacity: 34 oz
Chute size: 3.5"

Reasons to buy

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Easy to assemble and clean
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Excellent juice extraction
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No need to prep fruit

Reasons to avoid

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Not suitable for smaller kitchens

The Bluicer is two appliances in one. Both the blending pitcher and the juicing jug are compatible with the Bluicer base, which should save storage space on your counters and in your cabinets. 

This machine features five speed settings and comes with a handy chart to indicate which produce should be juiced at which speed. Mode 1 works best with soft fruits such as citrus, while Mode 5 can power through whole apples. Small and large ingredients alike can slide down the extra-wide feed chute, which cuts down on chopping and peeling time. 

Like most centrifugal juicers, the Bluicer produces a fair amount of froth. You might want to strain your juice for smoother sipping. The size of this juicer poses more significant problems. You might struggle to store the Bluicer in shorter cabinets since it's almost 17 inches tall. 

The Bluicer can also handle hot ingredients to make soups and sauces: it's a real kitchen workhorse. 

You can find more detail in our Breville The 3X Bluicer review.

Best slow juicer

Best slow juicer

Specifications

Juicer type: Slow juicer
Power: 150W
Capacity: 11.8oz
Chute size: 2"

Reasons to buy

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Lovely color range
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Cute and compact
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Excellent extraction

Reasons to avoid

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Narrow feeding chute

You often hear about how fast a juicer is: how its blades can spin at thousands of rotations per minute to make smooth-sipping juice in minutes. This juicer sells itself on its slowness, instead. The jug rotates at just 43 RPM to crush fruit and squeeze juice while preserving the natural taste and nutritional value. 

This stylish juicer comes in a range of cute pastels to complement most kitchen color palettes. It's cute and compact, designed to be used in smaller kitchens with less counter space. 

The Hurom HP Slow Juicer made delicious clementine and strawberry juice on test, producing only a small amount of dry pulp. By the standards of slow juicers, it's pretty quick, and makes a lot of liquid. Each juicer comes with eight attachments, which complicate assembly and make for harder cleaning since they aren't all dishwasher-safe. 

This little machine makes flavorful, nutritious juice every time. As long as you factor in extra time to chop your produce into smaller chunks, you should be good to go.  

You can find more detail in our Hurom HP Slow Juicer review.

Best juicer for beginners

Best juicer for beginners

Specifications

Juicer type: Masticating
Power: 200W
Capacity: 40 oz
Chute size: Unlisted

Reasons to buy

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Versatile
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Large capacity
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Attractive machine

Reasons to avoid

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A little high-maintenance

It's super easy to set up this juicer. Each machine comes with an easy start guide, a recipe book, and an illustrated instruction manual. There are clear marks on the jug and auger so you know exactly which piece needs to slot where. Once you've assembled your juicer, all you need to do is turn the dial and wait. 

The Nama J2 Juicer aced our taste tests, making a smooth green juice will fully blended kale, spinach, cucumber, and apple. It also made the best orange juice our expert had drunk in years, with just the right ratio of froth and pulp to juice.

The biggest issue with this machine is the size. The Nama J2 Juicer is almost eighteen inches tall. If you're working in a smaller kitchen without much clearance above your countertop, this might not be the juicer for you. It's also a little tricky to clean, with plenty of lips and dips where produce could get stuck. 

With that said, this juicer comes with its own cleaning accessories. Though it isn't dishwasher-safe, I think juice this good is worth a little elbow grease.

Our full Nama J2 review has more details.

Best juicer for small spaces

Best for small spaces

Specifications

Juicer type: Masticating
Power: 150W
Capacity: 20oz
Chute size: 3"

Reasons to buy

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Excellent extraction power
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Dishwasher-safe
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Relatively quiet

Reasons to avoid

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Pulp slipped through filters on test

Our tester assembled this compact juicer in less than sixty seconds. It's a great fit for smaller kitchens. For a little juicer, it packs a punch, and can cut through soft and firm produce in seconds. 

The NutriBullet Slow Juicer blended whole strawberries and spears of pineapples to produce delicious juice in our test kitchens. Unlike most juicers, this machine doesn't make much noise, so it's safe to use first thing in the morning and last thing at night. 

Cleaning is quick and easy, for the most part. All but one of the parts is dishwasher-safe. The auger poses more problems: our expert struggled to wrestle the auger out of the juicer. Some pulp managed to slip through the strainer on test, but it didn't take long to remove. 

For a small but mighty juicer with a deceptively large capacity, the NutriBullet Slow Juicer might be your best bet. 

You can find more detail in our NutriBullet Slow Juicer review.

The ones that just missed the list

There are plenty of other excellent juicers, but not every one can be the best. Here are a few we liked but didn't quite make the grade.