The Black & Decker Extractor is an ideal option for occasional drinkers. The device has a simple construction and a relatively large pulp collector. The amount of juice he extracts is pretty good, although not as much as the BJE510XL and higher options. The pulp collector is quite large and transparent, so you can easily see the quality of the extraction. A 300 ml juice jug is also available. A criticism of this device is essentially the size of the delivery tube, which is quite small and can increase the preparation time before juicing.
This juicer has only a few parts for the dishwasher and can be easily cleaned from the outside. The drawback lies in the fact that the filter is quite good and can be difficult to clean. Other models like the Hamilton Beach all have a brush so you can always clean the filter. Some users also reported durability and heating issues. The heating problems occur when overloaded and Black and Decker have excellent customer service.
400 watt motor
Size: 13 x 9 x 9 inches
Weight: 7 pounds
Being the most economical on the list we can say that the Black & Decker’s value appeals to the more casual juice drinker. If you are thinking of going on a juicing spree by replacing a lot of your solid meals then a higher end option might suit you better. For the occasional drinker looking for a healthier alternative to a plastic bottle drink then this will suit you just fine.
- Very economical
- Uses significantly less power
- Good customer service
- Can be difficult to clean
- Many users report durability issues
- The feeding tube is small