GE Juice Extractor

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GE Juice Extractor
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Everybody loves fresh fruit juice. It is healthy, tasty and nutritious. Now, with the GE Juice Extractor, you can make homemade fruit juice in no time. The GE Juice extractor`s 800 watt motor makes it one of the most powerful fruit juicers on the market. Its large capacity mouth feeder gives you the flexibility to conveniently put in fruits of various sizes. The juicer integrates two different adjustable speed settings, which make for quick and easy juice extraction. The safety lock in this extractor makes for added convenience. This juice extractor is easy to clean, which makes it even more preferable. It also makes an excellent gift item.

About this item

Everybody loves fresh fruit juice. It is healthy, tasty and nutritious. Now, with the GE Juice Extractor, you can make homemade fruit juice in no time. The GE Juice extractor`s 800 watt motor makes it one of the most powerful fruit juicers on the market. Its large capacity mouth feeder gives you the flexibility to conveniently put in fruits of various sizes. The juicer integrates two different adjustable speed settings, which make for quick and easy juice extraction. The safety lock in this extractor makes for added convenience. This juice extractor is easy to clean, which makes it even more preferable. It also makes an excellent gift item.

GE Juice Extractor

  • 800-watt juice extractor
  • Large mouth feeder
  • Safety lock
  • 2-speeds
  • Specifications

    Automatic: Yes
    Primary Color: Black
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Model No.: 169201
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 11.2
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 17.68 x 15.04 x 10.04
    Assembled in Country of Origin: USA or Imported
    Origin of Components: USA or Imported
    Walmart No.: 1593539
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    Customer Reviews | 206 reviews | 3.9 out of 5

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    1/1/2010

    Customer review by newhabits

    4.0 stars 1/1/2010 by newhabits
    by newhabits

    My key values were time spent using and cleaning. I want to use it as part of a regular diet. Key likes: Easy to clean Sufficient power at 800watts jucies easily and quickly Dislikes: Loud (similar to powerful blender) I compared it to the Breville Jouice Fountain and Jack Lalane but mostly the Breville. Based on my experience the GE produces about the same amout of juice as the Breville or other decent juicers (per internet reviews). I get 10 - 11oz from 8 med-large peeled carrots. I took my mom and my friend's word for it that the jack lalane took too long to clean (a critical issue for me). Espcially when I learned they had to use a tool to take the filter apart and clean. It does not produce as clean a juice as the Breville. I think the mesh filter is not as good and the blade teeth are larger. This was not too surprising given the cost difference. It is a louder motor than the 850watt Breville but I expected this based on the cost difference. The GE was fantastic with peformance and operation. The Breville lets food clog the filter so you have to stop and clean it becuase the food pusher leaves too much room from the filter. This was also a common complaint on the internet about other juicers. This was a BIG turn off for me on the Breville. The GE cuts food easier than the Breville. I'm guessing becuase the blade teeth are larger. There fore you get more some pulp once and a while. This doesn't bother me. I have a strainer at hand anyway for when I don't want to tolerate any pulp or froth. So far I juice several times a week and even a couple times a day on the weekend. I think I have a good chance of forming a new good habit with the GE juicer! Not sure yet about durability. The safety lock is made from plastic versus a steal lock on the Breville. I've had it for about three weeks.

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    newhabits
    Seattle, WA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:35 - 44
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every few days
    Excellent Juicer
    10/2/2009

    Customer review by meminvt

    5.0 stars 10/2/2009 by meminvt
    by meminvt

    This juicer has 800 watts of power, more than three times more power than the Jack Lalanne Power Juicer (which has 250 watts). It's easy to assemble, easy to clean, has settings for soft or crisp, and makes incredible juices. Amazing performance at half the price of the Lalanne juicer. I have used the Lalanne juicer (which died one day doing leafy greens) and when I researched the wattage I understood why. This GE juicer leaves very dry pulp, which shows that it's got excellent juice extraction. I am really happy with this juicer.

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    meminvt
    Vermont
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every day
    Hard To Beat For the Price
    10/17/2009

    Customer review by Silverback11

    5.0 stars 10/17/2009 by Silverback11
    by Silverback11

    I completely Love this juice extractor. I've used others before and they worked fine but when you compare them by price.. I find this one hard to beat without putting a hole in your pocket. Extremely easy to clean, especially if you take a plastic bag i.e. walmart bag and place it inside the pulp catcher container, you'll see how easy cleanup can be and this juicer is not as loud as other brands, so being annoying is not going to be an issue. A Big plus is that it has a more powerful motor then most other brands unless you go into the Pro line-up. You will not be disappointed with the results of your healthy glass of juice. If there is anything I had wished, I would have like to have had a measured cup come along with the unit. Hope this has helped.

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    Silverback11
    Jacksonville, NC
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
    Wonderful Juicer!
    12/29/2009

    Customer review by 322085

    5.0 stars 12/29/2009 by 322085
    by 322085

    I LOVE this juicer! I bought it a few weeks ago and think it is great. I have tried other juicers and they do not compare. This one is very easy to use, it is clean, it cleans up very easily, and the juice it produces is better than juice from other juicers. I have had no problem at all with jucing anything in this juicer. Every morning I have juiced spinach, kale, apples, celery, pineapple, carrots... no problems at all. All goes into the pulp collector and it is very easy to clean up. Juice actually tastes better with this too than other more expensive juicers. Very cost effective. Would definately recommend!

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    322085
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Usage:Every day
    Great machine at an unbeatable price.
    9/18/2010

    Customer review by Loneviking

    5.0 stars 9/18/2010 by Loneviking
    by Loneviking

    I bought this machine based on the many good reviews from this site and I'm not disappointed. I've used both the Vitamix 3600's and the Champion Juicers and this juicer with it's 800 watt motor runs as good as they do. As others have noted, this machine is easy to disassemble and clean. Put a grocery sack in the pulp bin and the clean up is really easy. Get a small, nylon 'finger and nail' size brush to clean the strainer with. The machine has two speed settings with one for softer fruits and vegetables, the other for harder ones. The amount of juice you get is going to depend on the ripeness of the fruit. If you try to juice a carrot that's been stored in the fridge for the last six months, you're not going to get much juice. Try to get fresh fruits and vegetables that are almost ripe. Also, get a recipe book and follow the recipes for a while until you get a feel for what you like. I've tried the 'whatever is in the fridge' route and you can come up with some pretty bad combinations! The only downcheck I can give the machine is that most of it is made of plastic. I would guess though that parts are available for any that break. There are only three parts that are plastic and can break, and even if you can't replace them the machine only costs $44. And a suggestion is to buy both a juicer and a good, multi-speed blender. Lots of juices can be made exceptional by pouring them into a blender and adding softer things like Bananas and Berries that don't juice well. Whiz them up, maybe dilute the mix with a bit of water (the juices come out quite thick) and you can have something that tastes like it came from Kiva juice. And if you are considering beginning to make juice, you should know that you will have to prep the fruits and vegetables. Apples you core; nectarines and peaches have to have the pits taken out; carrots and root vegetables cut up smaller, etc. It makes juicing go a whole lot faster and even though the feed mouth is large, there's still a limit. So, buy this juicer, a blender and a recipe book and get started on making some really good tasting juice.

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    Loneviking
    Nevada
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
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    by an anonymous customer 4/11/2010
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    • A. No, not ANY fruit. You're really not supposed to juice bananas or other super soft fruit (at least in this one) because they clog the mesh. (found this info online)
      by Mamisaan783/23/2012
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    • A. so far i have tried apples oranges strawberries berries pineapples and it works great.
      by juicingUP3/2/2012
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    • A. yes. it's perfect for making orange juice, carrot juice or whatever you want. I've tried almost everything.
      by diannadianna2/28/2012
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    • A. not any fruit that is mushy like bananas or avocados. Over ripe pears make sauce which is yummy.
      by Valsie542/6/2012
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    • A. almost....you have to peel harder fruits but does a great job on apples, pineapples, strawberries, carrots to give you an idea...
      by iambman3/12/2011
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    • A. Hmmm....not sure about that. I tried a banana, which does not have fruit. But, you can do watermelon, apples, grapes, blueberries, oranges, pears, apricots, kiwi, mangoes, melons, nectarines, peaches, plums, raspberries. That's a lot!
      by Emie442/6/2011
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    • A. I don't think using a centrifugal type juicer was designed for things like Wheatgrass, grapes, bananas, avocados, etc... It works best on Lettuce, Carrots, Broccoli, Red Cabbage, Ginger, Jalapeños, Most Peppers, Lemons, Limes, Celery, Garlic, and other vegetables with these types of consistencies. Although I don't juice apples because of the high calories and sugar content, most centrifugal juices do a decent job on these.
      by Mardee572/6/2011
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    • A. the fruits listed in the manual that may be processed with this machine are the following: strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, pears, peaches, apricots, nectarines, spinach, cauliflower, broccoli, cabbage, cucumber; watermelon, melons, grapes, kiwi, mangoes, melons, plums, tomato, apples, carrots, beetroot, brussels sprouts, celery, fennel, oranges, pineapple. It says do NOT process the following: potatoes, bananas, avacados. I have also done grapefruit.
      by arlegvold8/24/2011
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    • A. There are some limitations as bananas and avacado. Those are not recommended. It will juice everything else.
      by practicalshopper541/12/2011
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    • A. No bananas
      by newtodu10/25/2010
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    when juiceing do you have to take seeds out of fruit?
    by an anonymous customer 6/27/2010
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    • A. You don;t have to but I do, the cleaner the fruit the cleaner the juice. Your choice.
      by JuicerGirl1/23/2012
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    • A. No, you do not need to remove seeds. Although it says it can take a whole apple, I found I still needed to cut apples into quarters or it would stick. I was able to put whole kiwi, smaller peaches (after removing pit), cucumbers, and small oranges through it without a problem.
      by mmcat1/2/2012
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    • A. not seeds, but pits and harder type pods you would need to remove. Peel fruit like grapefruit, oranges, etc.
      by iambman3/12/2011
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    • A. The instructions say you will have to remove the seeds/pits from peaches, cherries and mangoes. But anything that has a small seed like apples, no seeding is needed.
      by WestEndGirl111/1/2011
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    • A. You don't have to remove the seeds, but if there is any juice in the seeds, this machine will juice them. Google the food to see if the seeds are poisonous. Cherry seed are not to be eaten, so you would need to remove those prior to juicing them. There are probably other seed that can be poisonous as well, but I don't know which ones.
      by An anonymous customer12/23/2010
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    • A. Yes the whole fruit can be put into the machine
      by suzena9/14/2010
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    • A. You can put the whole fruit or vegetable in
      by suzena9/14/2010
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    • A. I've juiced celery with it and it works just fine. Not sure how well it would work for leafier vegetables though. It doesn't fit a whole apple, you have to cut it into quarters to fit the opening. I've left some seeds in the apples before and it seemed ok... but that was just once.
      by Bunnylover089/9/2010
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    • A. you should for some as few fruits contain "BAD" seed that should not be consumed. look up online at: http://www.snopes.com/food/warnings/apples.asp
      by aries416838/19/2010
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    • A. No. You need to read up to know what you should and shouldn't juice in terms of rinds and stuff but it is a fairly powerful machine. I put lemon rind in, whole kiwi, and things like that. As for apples or mangos, I would just put in the parts without the pit. I don't think a pit would do well...although I've never tried.
      by Hamilton918/13/2010
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    I haven't read where anyone tried to use Tomatoes on this juicer yet?
    by an anonymous customer 8/21/2010
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    • A. Yes, tomatoes juice in this model. I would use the setting for softer produce.
      by chvald9/19/2011
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    • A. YES
      by 2buygreatproducts4/17/2011
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    • A. yes, it would..
      by iambman9/19/2011
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    • A. Absolutely.
      by Emie449/19/2011
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    • A. yes, according to the manual, tomatoes can be juiced in this machine. The only items the manual says NOT to process are potatoes, bananas, and avocados as they are soft and will clog the screen and filter.
      by arlegvold1/22/2011
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    • A. Yes, at the lower speed. I had no problem
      by Ivedoneit1/6/2011
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    • A. I used tomatoes yesterday in this juicer (made my own V8) and they worked out fine.
      by peprmint9/19/2011
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    • A. I've juiced tomatoes fine.
      by givememyleg12/30/2010
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    • A. I haven't. But if you juice tomatoes with this kind of juicer, you will probably end up with tomato paste.
      by An anonymous customer12/23/2010
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    • A. Tomato 70oz/2000g 60-90 sec on the soft speed This was from the manual.
      by suzena9/14/2010
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