Black & Decker Fruit and Vegetable Juice Extractor

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Black & Decker Fruit and Vegetable Juice Extractor
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  • 10-oz juice cup
  • Clear cover with security latches
  • Stainless steel cutter / strainer
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    Get the most out of your produce with the Black & Decker Fruit and Vegetable Juice Extractor. Make your favorite fruit and vegetable juices right in the comfort of your home with this fruit juice maker. Juice up anything from celery sticks, apples, carrots, melons, spinach and oranges with the powerful 400 Watts motor. This Black & Decker juice extractor has a stainless steel cutter and strainer, which makes getting juice from just about any fruit or vegetable an effortless job. It also has a integrated large pulp container that occupies minimal counter space. With the custom juice cup present you can measure the amount of juice and serve them easily. Removable, dishwasher-safe parts on this fruit and vegetable extractor makes cleanup effortless. The product is easy to assemble and use. You have to simply place the fruit or vegetable inside, turn it on and push it. This fruit juice maker assures a silent and fast operation.

    About this item

    Get the most out of your produce with the Black & Decker Fruit and Vegetable Juice Extractor. Make your favorite fruit and vegetable juices right in the comfort of your home with this fruit juice maker. Juice up anything from celery sticks, apples, carrots, melons, spinach and oranges with the powerful 400 Watts motor. This Black & Decker juice extractor has a stainless steel cutter and strainer, which makes getting juice from just about any fruit or vegetable an effortless job. It also has a integrated large pulp container that occupies minimal counter space. With the custom juice cup present you can measure the amount of juice and serve them easily. Removable, dishwasher-safe parts on this fruit and vegetable extractor makes cleanup effortless. The product is easy to assemble and use. You have to simply place the fruit or vegetable inside, turn it on and push it. This fruit juice maker assures a silent and fast operation.

    The non-slip rubber feet ensures stability and makes sure that the juicer stays in place.
    Black & Decker Fruit and Vegetable Juice Extractor:

    • On / off switch
    • Black & Decker juice extractor has a 10-oz (300ml) juice cup with measurement markings
    • Clear cover with security latches
    • Black & Decker Fruit and Vegetable Juice Extractor has non-slip rubber feet
    • 400W motor
    • Stainless steel cutter / strainer
    • Fruit and vegetable extractor with removable pulp container
    • Removable parts are dishwasher safe
    • Model# JE2200B

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    Specifications

    Automatic: Yes
    Primary Color: Black
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Model No.: JE2200B
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 4.76
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 8.66 x 9.05 x 12.99
    Walmart No.: 1599888
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    The Little Juicer That Could! :o)
    2/15/2011

    Customer review by Muerlin

    5.0 stars 2/15/2011 by Muerlin
    by Muerlin

    I wanted a new juicer, tried two Juiceman models and juice yield wasn't impressive and pulp a little too damp. I saw this one at Walmart and I thought "no way could a $30 juicer be great." I was wrong. It's more compact and I'm all for pulp-extraction but not if it's from an oversized container sitting on the back of it. If you're just making juice for one to a few people at once, you don't need it. Or just pause to simply empty the pulp out if you're making a large batch. This one has the right sized container and just rests within the body of the machine. It gets better: Because the feed chute ends very close to the cutting blade (a problem many juicer models need to correct) it doesn't waste chunks of produce. The pulp is drier than about 7 other juices I've owned or tried. I've been using it 1x/day for 2 months now. I still cannot believe this cheap juicer outperforms so many others. The only con is the feed chute is small so I'm cutting thicker parts of carrots in half, apples smaller, etc. No complaint as I'm usually just juicing for myself. Small sacrifice for a compact, quieter juicer. Other tip: clean the screen cold water gentle via a soft or baby toothbrush then store the brush inside the clean pulp extracttion cup if you want. Enjoy!

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    Muerlin
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:35 - 44
    Ownership:2 - 3 months
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
    Awesome for fruits and veggies!
    9/23/2011

    Customer review by lovelymuse

    5.0 stars 9/23/2011 by lovelymuse
    by lovelymuse

    When I was looking around for reviews I noticed that a lot of people had a problem with the small feed and not being able to juice leafy vegetables. I found that the small feed was handled by simply cutting the fruit into pieces, it didn't slow me down the juicing was quick. It does indeed juice green leafy produce I've been juicing mostly kale so I know it does kale very well. What I do is ball the kale up and make it more compact, I also make sure to do the kale first so that other produce can wash the rest of the kale juice out. Every thing that needs to be cleaned comes apart thus cleaning was no problem! I've been doing the reboot your life program and it has been amazing!

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    lovelymuse
    Texas
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:18 - 24
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every day
    Okay for small jobs
    1/26/2011

    Customer review by walmarsha

    4.0 stars 1/26/2011 by walmarsha
    by walmarsha

    You get what you pay for! This low cost juicer juices fruits and veggies okay enough, but remember that it is smaller and not as powerful as the more expensive ones. If you want to make a lot of juice at one time, then it will take you a lot more time. It only juices small quantities at a time. Apples, cucumbers and carrots juice well, but you have to cut them up into small chunks first so they will fit. It does not do large greens as easily, like kale. I felt there was a lot of waste juicing my greens. One tip I picked up from a magazine--use a plastic bag (like the one you put veggies in at the grocery store) to line the waste receptacle. It makes for quick and easy clean-up.

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    walmarsha
    Dallas, TX
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Once per week
    Great Value for Those New to Juicing
    5/1/2011

    Customer review by NewMom0577

    4.0 stars 5/1/2011 by NewMom0577
    by NewMom0577

    I bought this juicer yesterday because my daughter does not like veggies. Initial set-up was super easy and the unit is pretty quiet compared to my blender. I juiced 8 micro carrots (snacking size) and 2 pink lady apples which yielded about 12 oz of juice. The left over pulp was fairly dry and can be used for recipes. The unit took all of 5 minutes to clean under warm running water. The only thing I would change about this unit is making a slightly larger chute. The JE2200B delivers the juice at a great price. Totally worth the money.

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    NewMom0577
    Davenport, FL
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:25 - 34
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Gender:Female
    I bought this juicer to start juicing veggies
    8/29/2013

    Customer review by momintx75

    5.0 stars 8/29/2013 by momintx75
    by momintx75

    I watched Fat Sick and Nearly Dead on Amazon Instant Video and I bought a larger more expensive juicer from a diff place. I hated it, it was hard to use, hard to clean, etc. I've been wanting to get back into juicing so I decided to try this little juicer from walmart. I have to say that it's very easy to use, it juiced everything I put in it, and it's easy to clean. The little metal collection/grater thing is hard to clean on all juicers. I'd advise you let it soak in a bowl of hot water then gently brush it with a scrubber. You need to cut up your fruit and veggies, as with any juicer. I juice: beets, carrots, kale, celery, potatoes, apples, lemons, etc. I like to add a few teaspoons of coconut oil to each glass. I save my pickle jars and place one under the spout when I juice. When it's nearly full, I put the lid on and put it in the fridge. I pour it over ice into a solo cup thoughout the day. I also place a napkin under the jar when I juice - usually a few drops leak out. I take the container of leftover solids and mix it with eggs or hamburger meat and cook it and put it in the fridge in little ziploc containers. It makes a quick, healthy microwave meal.

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    momintx75
    Texas
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:35 - 44
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every few days
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    by Rockhoundtn 1/8/2011
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    • A. This machine works as well with watermelon, grapes, or blueberries as it does with most other fruits. However, I find that the pulp is pretty wet afterwards and I can still squeeze more juice out of it. You may find you would be happier with a better model.
      by AndiKut7/22/2015
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    • A. Very well, I have tried just about everything and had no problems. Those 3 work great.
      by jdh19518/17/2015
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    • A. Very well. Excellent personal juicer.
      by pasha18/12/2015
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    • A. Works great! Just cut up the watermelon then enter it into the juicer and you will be all set. Any vegetable or fruit works.
      by JonJon027/22/2015
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    • A. Watermelon does okay but kind of turns into a puree since it's so juicy and soft. I never tried grapes, but blueberries try to come back out of the feeder and don't make a lot of juice.
      by mahiette19817/22/2015
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    • A. I didn't get a lot of juice from the watermelon, or blueberries. I am not sure if that is the case with all juicers, but i was dissapointed. Carrots, oranges, apples, cillary, and almost all other fruit and vegies produced a lot of juice. Bananas were another fruit that didn't produce enough juice either.
      by shoper768/22/2015
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    • A. Yes you can , but you have to cut the watermelons into small enough pieces for it to fit in the juicer . I've already put grapes and blueberrys in the juicer.
      by MrOnlineShopper344/12/2011
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    • A. Haven't tried watermelon, but it works great for grapes and blueberries... however, you have to be fast about getting the masher in, or else you end up with blueberries and grapes on you.
      by BeccaBoodle8/22/2015
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    • A. Works great. Even on the grape stems and seeds. Extracts more juice than even the big juicers.
      by Laura688/22/2015
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    • A. It works really good for watermelon and blueberries. I think I will try the bigger red grapes instead of the green ones. Might get more juice that way.
      by Purrforlove5/24/2015
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    by an anonymous customer 7/7/2011
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    • A. Spinach & Kale - YES, bananas & avocados will produce a puree rather than a juice. Hope that helps.
      by jdh19518/22/2015
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    • A. No. I've tried to wrap spinach and kale around a piece of celery. It gets complicated and because those veggies are soft (vs carrot structure) it's a pain to do that. This is a great juicer for carrot/celery/apple/beet, those kinds of harder fruits and veggies.
      by ArtGirl100367/25/2015
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    • A. Greens are no problem. The handbook says that bananas and avocados produce a puree, not juice.
      by pasha17/25/2015
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    • A. Yep, you can juice any vegetable or fruit. Just make sure you cut the vegetable down (e.g. banana, apple,). Kale works great. Its so much easier to juice these vegetables than eat them. Enjoy.
      by JonJon027/22/2015
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    • A. It juices kale wonderfully from my experience! If you have trouble, ball the kale up and juice it first.
      by lovelymuse8/20/2015
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    • A. I never tried bananas as the manual says it makes them into a puree not a juice. But it started out okay with spinach. I found that the hardier Kale taxed the motor a lot but made quite a bit of juice.
      by mahiette19817/22/2015
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    • A. Yes you can and it works pretty well.
      by taydog720239/7/2011
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    • A. I have definitley juiced spinach and kale, works well with those! I have a tougher time with "high" juice fruits and veggies, it tends to clog up and leak :(
      by ManchLola8/22/2015
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    • A. Yes , but you have to use a lot of greens ,spinach and kale to get enough juice . Don't know about the bananas though :)
      by MrOnlineShopper347/22/2015
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    • A. It says on the manual that juicing soft fruit like bananas or avocados will make a puree, not a juice. I have juiced mint with this machine, and it worked well, but juicing larger greens like kale may be difficult because the chute is small.
      by bessiejean7/25/2015
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    I can my own tomato juice.
    by kelseyanne 7/26/2011
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    • A. I had great luck with tomatoes! I like to make a gazpacho juice drink and it works well. However, expect to get less juice from this machine than a more expensive product
      by AndiKut3/6/2015
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    • A. I have had no problem when I use tomatoes.
      by jdh19518/22/2015
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    • A. When it comes to soft items like tomato, orange etc. there is one problem. Some juice comes out from the gap between the pulp holder and the juicer body. The ppulp is not fully dry either. My husband loves orange apple juice. So I throw in a few pieces of apple, carrot and 2/3 wedges of an orange in every batch and it works fine. Just oranges is a mess.
      by Jyots8/22/2015
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    • A. No, by the nature of it's design and function, you'd be better blending the tomatoes and then use a strainer for tomato juice. The blade basket is spinning at a high speed and the tomato is too soft for this. harder fruits/veggies is what this is for.
      by ArtGirl100368/22/2015
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    • A. Yes. Very well.
      by pasha18/8/2015
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    • A. yes, it will work on tomatoes just fine. You just need to cut the tomato down before juicing it.
      by JonJon023/6/2015
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    • A. From experience it did ok juicing a tomato but it kind of makes more of a puree than a juice. You may have to strain it.
      by mahiette19818/22/2015
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    • A. Yes , but you have to slice the tomatoes thin enough to fit in the juicer .
      by MrOnlineShopper348/5/2011
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