Best cold press juicers in Australia

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The best cold press juicers in Australia

How did we pick this list?

Our editorial team selected the cold press juicers in this list based on extensive research and real customer reviews. For each category, we carefully selected parameters based on our research and identified the products with the highest review score within those parameters.

Read more detail on our methodology below.

MOD Cold Press Juicer

Best overall cold press juicer

MOD Cold Press Juicer
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Pros

  • Easy to use, simple to clean and quiet
  • Not too big in size and doesn't produce a lot of waste

Cons

  • Fruit and vegetables need to be cut into small pieces prior to juicing
  • Some users say pulp chute can clog with certain fruits and vegetables

Why we chose it

The MOD cold press juicer was one of the highest-rated overall cold press juicers on the Product Reviews site. It had a 4.8 out of 5 rating from over 200 reviews. It also has a 4.7 out of 5 rating from over 100 reviews on Google and features in our round-up of the best juicers. Many reviewers liked that it was easy to use and simple to clean.

The cold-pressed extraction process runs at 65RPMs to reduce oxidation, providing a superior taste. The MOD cold press juicer can also be used to produce fresh sorbet, nut milk and nut butter.

It is easy to clean and parts can be quickly disassembled. It is 100% BPA-free and dishwasher-safe.


Russell Hobbs Luxe Cold Press Slow Juicer (RHSJ100)

Best cheap cold press juicer

Russell Hobbs Luxe Cold Press Slow Juicer (RHSJ100)
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Pros

  • Good quality product and value for money
  • Compact yet still powerful and easy to clean

Cons

  • Maximum juice production size is 500ml
  • Fruit and vegetables need to be cut into small pieces prior to juicing

Why we chose it

The Russell Hobbs Luxe cold press slow juicer was one of the highest-rated cheap cold press juicers based on almost 100 Google reviews. It had a rating of 4.3 out of 5 stars. It also has a 4.5 out of 5 rating from 60 reviews on Catch and 4.1 out of 5 stars from over 60 Amazon reviews. Many reviewers found it to be compact yet still powerful.

The Russell Hobbs Luxe cold press slow juicer uses a low-speed juicing method with a simple "on" and "reverse" function. It incorporates a cleaning brush and dishwasher-safe parts to make cleaning simple. It includes a fine filter for juice with less pulp and a coarse filter for more pulp as well as a frozen fruit attachment. The package dimensions are 25x61.6x18cm.


Breville The Juice Fountain Cold Plus Juicer BJE530DBL

Best mid-range cold press juicer

Breville The Juice Fountain Cold Plus Juicer BJE530DBL
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Pros

  • Juice tastes great and works well with fruits and vegetables that make pulp
  • Also makes sorbet when frozen fruit is used and comes with multiple filters

Cons

  • A bit difficult to disassemble
  • Doesn't juice harder vegetables such as beetroot and carrot well according to some reviews

Why we chose it

Breville's The Juice Fountain Cold Plus juicer BJE530DBL was one of the highest-rated mid-range cold press juicers based on almost 150 Google reviews. It had a 4.6 out of 5 stars rating. It also scores 4.3 out of 5 stars from 24 reviews on Amazon. Many found it to work well and extract juice efficiently. Reviewers liked that the juicer came with multiple filters and could also make sorbet.

This appliance is a high-performance juicer designed with an extra-wide chute for shorter prep time. It utilises cold spin technology that efficiently extracts fresh juice. It is also designed to save space and features a pulp bin behind the product base. It has ultra-sharp stainless-steel cutting blades as well.


Kuvings E8000 Professional Cold Press Juicer

Best high-end cold press juicer

Kuvings E8000 Professional Cold Press Juicer
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Pros

  • Has a wider chute so less time is spent preparing fruits and vegetables
  • Produces a lot more juice from less fruit and vegetables

Cons

  • Juicing pineapple and celery clogs the juicer according to some reviews
  • Juice separates when stored in the jar that comes with the juicer

Why we chose it

The Kuvings E8000 Professional cold press juicer was one of the highest-rated high-end cold press juicers according to 75 Google reviews, scoring a rating of 4.8 out of 5 stars. It also has a full 5-star rating from over 20 reviews on the Kuvings Australia website. Many reviewers liked that it had a wider chute so you don't spend a lot of time preparing fruit and vegetables for juicing.

Designed for faster and fresher juicing, it also has convenient functions that allow you to make your juice richer and more flavourful. It comes with a juicing screw and juicing bowl for easier assembling and disassembling of the top set and to clean the product.

It has an 82mm-wide flip gate lid, slow-squeeze juice extractor, a rotating cleaning brush, juice jug and pulp jug. The cooling system prevents it from overheating and it has a safety lock system. The Kuvings E8000 Professional cold press juicer is eco-friendly and low in noise. Choice recommended it in 2020.


Tribest GS-P502 Greenstar Pro Commercial Cold Press

Best commercial cold press juicer

Tribest GS-P502 Greenstar Pro Commercial Cold Press
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Not yet rated

Pros

  • Works quickly, efficiently and produces a dry pulp
  • Good for juicing celery and juice tastes great with almost no contact with plastic

Cons

  • Takes a lot of time to clean
  • Some found it not efficient to use with wheatgrass alone

Why we chose it

The Tribest GS-P502 Greenstar Pro Commercial cold press juicer was one of the highest-rated commercial cold press juicers based on over 150 Amazon reviews with 4.2 out of 5 stars. Many found the product to be of superior quality and produced a high yield of juice and left pulp dry.

The Tribest cold press juicer features twin stainless-steel gears for added durability without compromising the quality of the juice produced. By combining parts in its new design, it has fewer parts and is easier to clean. It is designed to maximise the yield and nutritional value of juice and has a device speed of 100RPMs. It has a stationary latching system and a new 1-snap step, offering optimum convenience. It's also easy to assemble and disassemble.

It includes a juicing knob, and both fine and coarse screens to filter pulp. It also has a glass juice pitcher, drip trap, wooden plunger, plastic plunger, stainless steel strainer, scraper set and a cleaning brush.


Amazon prices last updated on 15 January, 2022 at 05:13 pm
eBay prices last updated on 15 January, 2022 at 10:03 am

Methodology

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Brands considered
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Products compared
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Best products chosen
  • We compared over 15 cold press juicer brands and over 40 cold press juicer products.
  • We excluded some brands that aren't widely available across Australia.
  • We selected price ranges for cheap ($50–$200), mid-range ($200–$400) and high-end ($400–$700) products based on the average costs for a cold press juicer in each bracket.
  • We did not consider products over a $2,000 price range.
  • The products on this list are chosen by our editorial team and are not selected based on commercial relationships.

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