The 10 Best Juicers

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Whip up a tasty beverage with these sophisticated machines

1. Bodum

£52.90, bodum.co.uk

Higher than many other juicers, the Bistro has a drip-stop to prevent a sticky mess and its high-speed function squeezes out every drop.

2. Philips

£91.98, amazon.co.uk

The sturdy HR1861 juicer has a two-speed motor for soft and hard produce and an extra-large chute so you won't need to chop.

3. Omega

£379, ukjuicerscom

The daddy of domestic juicers. Not only does it whip up great juice at super-speed, but it blitzes everything from carrots to wheatgrass.

4. Villaware

£199.99, cookinstyle.co.uk

A durable machine that boasts a speed control for maximum extrac- tion, front loading for easy access and an overload-protection system.

5. Cuisinart

£150, houseoffraser.co.uk

Fresh juice at the touch of a button with an easy unlock-and-lift system and an adjustable spout that eliminates drips and spills.

6. Philips

£149.99, juicemaster.com

It extracts more juice from whole fruit and vegetables than most machines (2.5 litres in one go) and has a quick-clean sieve.

7. L'Equip

£109, ukjuicers.com

Its extra-large feeding chute deals with even the toughest of fruits and continuous pulp ejection ensures hassle-free use.

8. Cookworks

£8.99, argos.co.uk

With a 3.5 litre capacity, this is big enough for super-size households. It's easy to clean, stores away neatly and is less than £10.

9. Kenwood

£29.97, tesco.com

This 60W-powered citrus juicer has a one-litre jug for easy pouring and a pulp container. All detach- able parts are dishwasher safe.

10. Cook's Essentials

£54.72, qvcuk.com

This retro juicer also has a blender attachment and can make soups, smoothies, sauces, pastes and dips, too.

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