Kenwood Citrus Juicer JE-260 / 270 Reviews
Product Type: Kenwood juicers
Newest Review: ... in my case but also the occasional lime). We bought this for £17.99 from Argos and I believe you can still find it (probably ... more
Customer Kenwood Citrus Juicer JE-260 / 270 Reviews (6)
by - written on 03/07/12 (Very useful, 43 readings)
We have owned one of these basic Kenwood Juicers for a couple of years now and it is fair to say it actually gets used much more frequently than our other, bigger juicer (which is also a smoothie maker). This one is easier to clean and quicker to assemble than the bigger one and because I also bake a lot it is handy to have it around for quickly extracting the juice of one or two citrus fruits (mainly oranges and lemons in my case but also the occasional lime). We bought this for £17.99 from Argos and I believe you can still find it (probably a slightly modernised version) for around this price tag. The electrical cord on this item is fairly short, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/01/07 (Very useful, 1386 readings)
I have enjoyed making smoothies for several years now, and I have always used either fresh orange juice from a carton, or cranberry juice from a carton as the base to which I add my fruit. In fact while there is nothing particularly wrong with this method, as orange juice in cartons comes from concentrate, I have often wondered how good it actually is, compared to the real fruit. Unless you get your oranges on trays of four from overpriced food stores, then arguably the real fruit will come in cheaper too. There isn't actually a juicer on the market that will do all kinds of fruit and vegetables. In fact I have four juicers in my collection (vegetable, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/12/10 (Very useful, 88 readings)
I love fresh orange juice in the mornings and during the day when I feel like an energy hit, there's nothing like a good drink of freshly squeezed orange juice with a lemon mixed into it, it revives your vitamin level and helps you feel a little more alert. I bought a juicer for the mornings as I found that drinking juice instead of coffee woke me up just as well and made me feel better and not sluggish like coffee does once the initial caffeine hit has worn off. I bought a Kenwood JE260 Juicer from Curry's for £17.99 it comes in a small box and is a simple plastic design that you get a good instruction booklet with, it's easy to follow and the parts on the ... Read the complete review
by Kobayashi - written on 13/06/10, updated on 14/06/10
My mother sent me this juicer when I was at uni because I love freshly squeezed orange juice. The juicer has a simple design, it has 6 detachable functional parts (a dust cover, cone, strainer, juice collector with pouring lip, power unit and cord wrap). The cord is roughly twice the length of my forearm and the base of the juicer is about the size of a side plate. I always leave it out on the working surface and it takes up no space at all (do remember to cover it with the dust cover provided!) All the components of the juicer, except the bottom power unit, are dishwasher safe, which is great because I think some parts of the product are hard to reach/ ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/06/10 (Useful, 68 readings)
I try and eat and drink as healthily as I can and I am always looking for ways to sneak extra portions of fruit and veg into my day whilst looking and tasting good. I picked up this juicer when it was reduced in Tesco. It was quite cheap and there were a lot more expensive ones for sale which looked much more capable, but I can never seem to resist a bargain. I also bought a bag or oranges and rushed home to give it a go. The appliance comes in a nice small box and is neatly tucked away, so is easy to cheap and store if you don't have much space. There are not many bits to it so it is easy to set up and easy to pack up without missing ... Read the complete review
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