Cuisinart Cj-200pc Citrus Pro Juicer CCJ%2D100FR Reviews
This elegant%2C brushed stainless steel Citrus Juicer squeezes fresh juice quickly%2C cleanly%2C and easily%21 An auto%2Dreversing reamer squeezes more juice from the smallest lime or the largest grapefruit%2C and a unique Fast%2DSpin feature extracts more juice from pulp%2E It includes dishwasher%2Dsafe parts for easy cleanups%2E
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Comments about Cuisinart Cj-200pc Citrus Pro Juicer CCJ%2D100FR:
The Bottom Line: This very poorly designed Cuisinart CCJ-100 Citrus Pro Juicer makes using this tool very messy and time consuming. The spout is way too short, the unit very unstable, too much pressure is needed to get the juice out, among many other things...I returned mine after several tries, not recommended.
Pulp Setting Effectiveness
There is no choice for a pulp setting, and a big problem with this machine is that the part where the citrus goes is not pointy enough and cannot pierce the fruit. That means a great part of the pulp will remain intact and you will not get as much juice as you should.
Stability While in Use
Because of a narrower base, this machine will not stay put and is very unstable. In spite of its silicone base, it will move and spin all across your counter as you try to put pressure on the fruit to expel the juice.
Ease of Cleaning
This machine is one of the messiest machines I have ever used. After each use, I ended up with juice all over my kitchen counter, as well as inside the body of the juicer, where the motor is, because the juice will run all along the sides while pressing the fruit. You will also get tons of pulp that will get stuck in the crevices of the spout, and other grooves of the machine. The length of time it takes to clean this machine makes it inconvenient and a real chore.
I ended up returning mine after about three tries, so I cannot really attest to its durability.
Extremely poor design: 1. the spout where the juice comes out is way too short, and with its rounded shape, the machine makes it very difficult to place your cup under the spout. 2. The narrow base makes it very unstable. 3. The cup is too small and will get clogged after about two oranges. 4.The spout will constantly get clogged up with pulp, and you will need to clear it out every half second to allow the juice to come out. 5.In order to get a proper squeeze, you will need to put extra pressure on the machine, it will start making an awful grinding noise.
I could go on and on about how poorly designed this machine, it is a total failure on Cuisinart's part.