Breville - Juice Fountain Compact Electric Juicer - Silver

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Breville Juice Fountain BJE200XL Compact Electric Juicer: A juicer with big benefits in a small package. Featuring the same high speed of other models but in a significantly smaller size, this juicer is ideal for smaller households and kitchens. Enjoy the health benefits of fresh fruit and vegetable juices in minutes, without sacrificing counter space.

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Ratings & Reviews


Overall Customer Rating:
96% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (537 out of 565)

Features


Single speed makes juicing simple

No need to worry about various settings. Simply flip the switch and add your choice of fruits, vegetables, or a combination of both.

3" extra-wide circular feed tube saves prep time

Large feed tube allows you to process most whole fruits and vegetables, saving you time and cleanup — simply drop a whole tomato or carrot directly into the feed.

Durable, dependable blades easily grind skins and rinds

Mesh filter and blade assembly ensures long-lasting performance, while retaining the many micro-nutrients in fruit and vegetable peels.

700 watts for strong and smooth operation

The powerful motor ensures you can use your juicer repeatedly without worrying about overheating.

Centrifugal technology means fast juicing

By pushing pulp inward and drawing juice outward, centrifugal juicers process quickly, accommodating even the busiest households.

Internal pulp storage saves space

A 1.6-quart interior pulp container creates a truly compact juicer, giving you more room on your countertop.

25-oz. juice jug with froth separator reduces foam

BPA-free container collects your juice with a minimum of froth and oxidation, maximizing nutrition and minimizing spoilage.

Easy assembly offers convenience

With only three pieces to assemble, you can have your juicer ready in moments, rather than minutes.

Top-shelf dishwasher safe for speedy cleanup

Eliminating the need for hand-washing means less hassle and more use. Simply place the parts in the upper rack of your dishwasher.


Overall customer rating

Rating: 4.6 out of 5 stars with 565 reviews

96%of customers would recommend this to a friend

Pros

Cons

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Good for the price, but you pay for what you get.

    Posted
    AgentC
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    My wife wanted to start juicing fruits and vegetables more, so at first we tried this Breville Juicer because I could buy it locally and have it that day. It juiced quickly, had a wide input spout that could fit a whole apple, and only had a few large pieces that had to be cleaned. Since it's a centrifugal juicer, it gets kind of loud when it's running. It works great with soft fruits like kiwis, but hard produce like carrots always tend to get thrown past the strainer at the last inch, and berries and leafy things like spinach has to be sandwiched between other produce if there's any hope. The end result with the juice that it made was good, though slightly thick and a little gritty/pulpy. We decided to try something completely different and give the Omega 8003 juicer a try that I found on Amazon. First thing I noticed when I turned it on is that I can hold a conversation while it's running. It's a low to medium hum that's produced while on, and that was a nice change when we juice at night because before I was always concerned about the neighbors. The input tube is much smaller (only about an inch and a half), so most everything has to be cut into pieces first, which means that initial prep does take a little longer. Interestingly, the juicing is opposite with this one when it comes to the type of produce: carrots, apples, sweet potatoes, and the like are juiced incredibly well, and so is spinach. But kiwis just get pumped right through the system, with almost no juice at all. But the first time I tried the juice that I got out of my mixture, I was really surprised; the juice is much more flavorful than the Breville made, and with significantly less thickness/pulp. The cleanup was also basically the same amount of parts, but they were all much smaller and easier to handle. So here's the pros and cons of each. Breville BJE200XL 700-Watt Compact Juice Fountain PROS: - Fast process - Little to no food prep before juicing (large opening for produce to be dropped in) - Effective juicing of soft fruits CONS: - "Thicker" juice - Larger parts to clean - Not great at juicing the entire harder produce (i.e., carrots) - Kind of loud - Need to scrub the straining screen pretty thoroughly - Produce waste has to be scraped out of container (tool comes with juicer) - Practically spits out berries and leafy greens Omega J8003 Nutrition Center Single-Gear Commercial Masticating Juicer, White PROS: - Smaller parts to clean - VERY flavorful juice - Well strained juice from pulp - Quieter than expected - Juices harder produce very well - Easy to dispose of produce waste - Very effective with leafy greens (spinach) - Ok with berries CONS: - Have to prep food first to fit in smaller input hole - Not great at juicing softer fruits (i.e., kiwi) - Takes somewhat longer overall during the entire juicing process

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Horrible

    Posted
    dmr15

    I have only read rave reviews about this product. It was a gift from a friend and my first juicer. My mom and I wanted to begin juicing together, neither of had a juicer. Since I was receiving mine the first week of May and Breville was highly recommended I ordered my mother a Breville BJE510XL for Mother's Day. I wish I had used mine first and had known Breville was not going to provide me with ANY customer service what so ever. I would have never provided them with any more business. Based on all of the positive reviews and feed back I am so suprised I am having the problems I am having from my juicer. I have taking many pictures hoping Breville will call me back or email me back so I can show someone my problems. When I juice I am getting large chunks of apple, pear, carrots, cucumber, kale, and spinach in my pulp collector. Celery does great! My mom received her juicer. As I said, I received the 200XL and she has the 510XL. Her pulp is very fine and dry. Mine is very wet and my carrots are literally just cut in half and that is it. It looks like my apples have been cut up to eat. Also my juicer was a gift from a friend from out of town. I do not want to call her and tell her I received a LEMON. I assume it is a lemon since everyone else seems to love thier Breville. This is a true disappointment. I have no where to return my Breville, it is not functioning properly. Breville will not return my call, answer the phone, or resond to emails. I called Monday and Tuesday afternoon. It rang the first time until it went busy...like it rang off the wall.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Love it!

    Posted
    blumist
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I just received this as a birthday gift from my daughter because I'm interested in "rebooting" my health, as in the video "Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead", on the net... Watch it if you haven't, for real inspiration... So far, I love it!... As far as juicing kale, I've discovered that you have to put it in first and mix it in w/more solid fruits &/or veggies for maximum juice, as they mention in the movie. The juice that I get from this machine tastes so healthy and refreshing that I think I can almost feel an immediate rush of "wellness" when I drink it!... As far as clean-up goes, I don't think it's bad. I just spray-rinse all the removable parts w/soap & water and use the included brush-spatula, which helps... I also have my own larger round brush that I use for quicker clean-ups... and, my garbage disposal helps when I'm not inclined to use the pulp for soups or compost, etc.... I'm also finding that, by leaving it out on the counter to dry, I actually end up using it many more times daily than if I packed it up and put it away each time!... depends on one's housekeeping & health priorities, I guess.... At this point, I have no complaints about this amazing little machine. Unpeeled apples do take a little more pressure & time, but that's really no big deal. Of course I can't really address durability yet since I haven't had it very long. but it seems durable enough.....so far, so good! :-)

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Not sure yet, but I think I like it

    Posted
    Anonymous

    This is my first juice extractor, and so I'm not sure what I should expect. Here I break down the experience. Instructions: I took it out of the box, and the instructions were easy to read, and that's saying a lot because I'm bad at reading instruction manuals. Timeliness and cleaning: Putting it together took maybe 10 minutes including reading the directions. I'm thinking once I get this down, I can get it down to one or two. Cleaning it took me about 5 minutes. The filter wouldn't come completely clean with the provided brush so I am soaking it overnight. Altogether, I wish it were a faster system, but from what I've read this is supposed to be easy to clean. I'm guessing that tough cleaning may be the nature of the beast when it comes to juice extractors. Extracting juice: I put in an apple, 9 baby carrots, a collard leaf, a slice of ginger, and 4 strawberries. This gave me one glass of juice. Was tasty and fresh, much better and more interesting than anything I'd find in the grocery store. The motor felt strong and cut it up easily. My only complaint is that when I dropped items into the extractor (which must be on before putting items in), juice splattered in my face, on the walls, and pretty much all over. I had to race to cover the top each time I added items to minimize the mess. Overall: The assembly and cleaning is a slight hassle. If it doesn't prevent me from using the extractor, I'll be a happy customer. For now, that is yet to be seen. I'll try to remember to update this later though!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Astounding

    Posted
    zacfoo

    This juicer is simply amazing! And the juice it makes is unbelievably good!! After seeing the documentary "Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead" by Joe Cross and witnessing the amazing transformation that took place in his life and in one of his convert's lives (Phil); my wife and I decided that juicing was going to be a part of our lifestyle. The health benefits alone are immense. After getting the juicer and going to the store to pick up some fruits and veggies and then putting it all together we juiced... First recipe, an apple, carrot, and celery cocktail... We were blown away! "Wow!" just doesn't describe how amazing it tasted. You gotta try it. I'm telling everyone I know about this! The juicer itself is really easy to put together, use, and especially clean. Cleaning is key, other juicers have a bajillion parts and it takes forever to clean and with all that hassle its hard to keep juicing. Not this juicer. Three parts to clean and it took me 5 minutes to hand wash it all. Definitely worth every penny, and probably worth a couple times more. Get this juicer!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Juicer

    Posted
    Namo

    I bought this juicer after reading the favorable reviews from this website. Overall I am happy with the purchase and I am recommending it. This juicer is powerful and fast. This juicer’s 3 inch feeder tube fits most fruit whole or halved. The drawbacks are: 1) Cleaning this product takes at least 10 minutes, there are 4-5 big plastic pieces and a blade/screen piece to clean. I cut my hand on the blade/screen piece cleaning it with a sponge, so please use the black blade cleaning brush the product comes with. 2) Everyone in my house hears me juicing when this thing is on, it is about the same sound as a shop-vac. 3) Juicing with this product can be messy with small things like blueberries, grapes, strawberries etc. once you drop them into the juicer there is not enough time to get the “presser downer” piece in before you get some fruit blow-back up towards your hands/clothes. 4) It takes an awful lot of fruit to make a small amount of juice. 4-5 apples for a one person glass. I have been making an organic fruit drink in the morning and a veggie “green-drink” in the afternoon most days since buying the juicer, and I feel healthy, The product has performed well thus far. If you are considering buying a juicer I would recommend it because most purchased juices are pasteurized, and this heating process kills the enzymes and probiotics, which help the body take in natural vitamins and minerals. Please try and drink your fresh juice within a half-hour for maximum benefit, and have fun and be creative with your mixtures!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good but Recommend Upgrading to Fountain Plus

    Posted
    Samson256
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    This got great reviews so I figured it was a good starter model since I am new to juicing. Was trying to decide if I should get the Fountain Compact or Fountain Plus which had an external tray for the leftover vegetable/fruit pulp (Fountain Compact has internal tray) but the Fountain Plus was 50% more so went with the Compact. After purchasing this at Best Buy I stopped at the grocery store to get some fruit- a watermelon, honeydew melon, some apples and carrots. Got home and unpacked the juicer, washed it. Assembly was super easy and the components looked very good. I especially like the locking feature with the metal bar- it feels very secure like it won't come apart during operation and the unit won't work unless it is in the locked position. Juicer was ready to go. Started with the carrots- put in about 8-12. Super fast, relatively quiet, really smooth. Now the problem: the outer portion of the bottom compartment was completely full of carrot rinds, so I had to turn the juicer off, disassemble and dump the rinds in the trash. The good news was the rinds were very dry- all the water/juice had been extracted! I knew Best Buy had a return policy so I called the store to see if I could return this despite having used it once. They said no problem! Am planning on bringing back and getting the Fountain Plus. Highly recommend Breville and Best Buy!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great juicer, thank goodness

    Posted
    winterwondergirl

    I researched juicers for much, much too long. My husband ended up picking this one up for me out of the blue, most likely because he was tired of hearing about how badly I wanted one but couldn't decide which would be best. This juicer is relatively quiet, the pulp is dry when using leafy greens, apples, root veggies etc. and a little damp with other fruits, the juice cup and lid prevent spills and pour foamless juice, and clean up (after a little practice) takes about 3 minutes. Easy, delicious...I can't imagine wanting any more from a juicer. 2 pieces of advice: while this juicer will eat large fruit and veggies up in a matter of seconds, cutting fruit into smaller peices before feeding them in the tube will create more juice/drier pulp. Also, when removing the pulp bin from the base for clean up, tilt the base slightly toward the juice cup to pour the last drops of juice out before walking it to the sink. There's no reason to research any more! You can't help but love this juicer.

    I would recommend this to a friend



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