Salton Vita Pro Low Speed Juicer, White
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- Reduces oxidation and juice separation for a longer lasting and better tasting juice
- Low noise operation
- Rinsing function allows you to switch from one juice to another without interruption.
- Includes: Cleaning brush, pulp container, food pusher and recipe / instruction booklet
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Salton, Vita Pro Low Speed Juicer expels a much drier pulp than conventional juicers and maintains up to 60-Percent more nutrients in the juice. Cold press technology thoroughly squeezes out the juice from fruits, vegetables and soybeans without damaging the ingredients with frictional heat that is generated in conventional juicers. Chute guides pulp into a large pulp container for continuous operation. Auger and strainer basket are made from ultra durable GE Ultem material – 8 times stronger than normal plastics. 150 watts Easy to use. Removable parts are dishwasher safe Safety interlock system.
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Top Customer Reviews
I have included a picture. The Salton produce is on the flower plate. Breville on the white plate. You can see the difference. Same size carrot. I strained out the pulp from the juice. Hardly any on the plate for the Breville. Almost 1/4 cup for the Salton.
I hated the disassembly and assembly - here's some hints. You have to disassemble it first to wash it before using. The instructions say to remove the auger first - I tried and tried - even put the machine on the floor so I could get a good handle on the auger, which is difficult to grasp. I couldn't budge it.Read more ›
The cleaning has been fine. It takes a few minutes but if you do it right away, it is a breeze.
I have juiced fruit and veg and haven't had any issues. With stringy items, I just ensure they are cut up small and take turns with softer items.
It is amazing to have fresh juice at your fingertips at any given moment... buy your fruit in bulk!
I thought this machine does not work well with hard fruits, so next time I tried watermelon which is as soft as a juicy fruit can get. This time I received a lot of juice but the pulps were still wet and you could see that if squeezed properly there is still some juice left inside the pulp.
Then I poured water into the machine to clean it up and prepare it for return when I was surprised by the fact that water comes out of both the juice and pulp exits. I think a good machine must not let pure water out of its pulp end.
Most recent customer reviews
Great juicer, easy to clean.
Only small thing is it puts small bits of pulp in the juice.
This is a brilliant unit. The juicing of apples and other fruit is great. Their customer service is amazing though. I had broken my smoothie basket and emailed them. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Amazon Customer
I am a veteran juicer and have gone through several juicers in the last year alone. I've done my research as well but am often persuaded based on what is affordable for me. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mimi Mama
I don't recommend this juicer unless you like a lot of pulp in your juice, which I don't, and after straining it you loose a lot of your juice as the pulp left behind is very wet. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jane Banks
This device works well. but unless you have a dish washer, it does not clean easily. The pieces do not always separate easily to clean.Published 5 months ago by Ruth Ristine
I read many reviews on this juicer and despite of some reviews, I decided to buy it. I have learned a few things; (1). Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
I love this juicer. It's fast and easy to use. The pulp is pretty dry. Juices everything from kale and lettuce to beets and carrots. Read morePublished 7 months ago by MEGS
it was fine at first, then all the parts start to jam. And as people have said if you juice many vegetables it just cant do it. You end up with a ton of pulp in the juice. Read morePublished 7 months ago by sana choghri
The juicer worked alright, but be prepared for a lot of pulp. The biggest problem is removing the auger to try and clean it. Read morePublished 7 months ago by frozen