Review of The Gourmia GJ750 Wide Mouth Fruit Centrifugal Juicer 850 Watts Juice Extractor
Your first juicer is a huge investment. It may not be the most expensive investment in your kitchen, but it can have a lasting effect on your life. Not only will it create delicious drinks, but it can help improve your eating habits and overall health. As such, choosing the right juicer is an important step to take.
There are quite a few juicers on the market today. Some of them are great. Most have their strengths and weaknesses. Gourmia is well known for the multiple lines of high-quality juicers. One model, in particular, is earning a lot of attention: the Gourmia GJ750 wide mouth fruit centrifugal juicer 850 watts juice extractor. More commonly referred to as the GJ750.
What Is A Centrifugal Juicer?
There are two types of juicers commonly sold on the market today. The first is a masticating juicer and the second is a centrifugal juicer. Each type uses a different type of force to turn fruits and vegetables into juice. A centrifugal juicer uses a grinding blade that spins around rapidly. Masticating juicers, on the other hand, crush the fruits.
Each of these options has its benefits. Centrifugal juicers work quickly and can make quality juice from just about any fruit or vegetable. It takes less time and less work on your behalf. For example, the powerful motor in the GJ750 that powers the rotating blades can juice fruits that are either hard or soft. It can also work with large chunks or even whole fruits if they can fit into the feed chute.
The size of the feed chute, the power of the motor, and how quickly the blades rotate are all features that you should research in a particular model before purchasing a juicer. It’s often what sets one juicer apart from the next. Let’s look at these features on the new GJ750 juicer.
The Feed Chute.
The GJ750 is known as a “wide mouth” juicer. This refers to the size of the feed chute, which is where fruits and vegetables are inserted into the juicer. If a juicer has a small mouth, then you are forced to chop and dice your vegetables before you juice them.
The largemouth of the GJ750 means you don’t have to spend time cutting those fruits. You can insert them whole if they are small enough. At the very most, you might have to cut them in half. Of course, that doesn’t apply to watermelons and other very large fruits.
The Motor And Speed.
The motor is powered by a constant 850 watts, which is more than enough to extract nearly all of the juice from the produce. Having a powerful motor is important with a wide mouth juicer because you’ll be working with large chunks.
Finally, the blades can spin at two different speeds. There is a low speed for making juice from soft fruits and a high speed for hard fruits. The appliance is surprisingly quiet while running at either setting.
The GJ750 is a well-rounded and affordable juicer for newcomers. It has a stainless steel exterior, a large container for juice, and a wide mouth to save you time. And it’s far more affordable than most competing models.