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Salton Vita Pro Low Speed Juicer, White

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List Price: CDN$ 249.99
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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, White + The Juicing Bible
Price For Both: CDN$ 183.91

  • The Juicing Bible CDN$ 13.92


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 38.4 x 36.1 x 25.4 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 4.9 Kg
  • Item model number: JE1372
  • ASIN: B00CRERCB2
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: May 13 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #4,017 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

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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3.8 out of 5 stars

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Jennijen67 on Dec 12 2013
I am really happy with this juicer. Easy to put together and it's upright design gives it a smaller profile on the counter if you plan to juice everyday. With little prep, I have no problem juicing leafy greens (kale, collards, etc.) or hard produce (carrots, celery, apples, etc.). The pulp is incredibly dry! The only downfall of this particular machine is disassembly; the auger (part that turns and squeezes the produce) can be hard to remove and is difficult and awkward to grasp. Overtime, it does become easier as the silicone piece that holds the auger in becomes softer, but I've experienced days when I just did not want to go through the hassle and bought myself a smoothie instead!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Kathleen on April 23 2014
I just bought this juicer today for $124 at Walmart (I did a price match, check overstock king, idk if Amazon does price match). I was worried that it would be too pulpy but no it was a perfect balance, if you drink pulp orange juice that is the consistency.

I have only juiced ONCE so far, so we will see on a later day how well it can handle daily juicing. I juiced kale, cucumber and half an apple. I think it did a good job (my first time ever juicing!). Although when I took off the cover 1 kale stem was on top of auger. It is quiet, easy, and fast! Pulp was relatively dry.

Cleaning. Cleaning was easy, I ran water through before dissembling. It would have taken me less than 5 minutes to clean BUT the pulp was stuck in the ejection thing (idk what to call it). This seems that it will be a constant problem but not enough to return. It probably took 7-10 minutes to clean, or at least it felt like it. TIP put plastic bag in pulp catcher container and you'll never have to clean it!

3 stars because I think it is an average machine and I've only used it once. I chose this juicer because of the price, warranty, and chute size.

I hope I helped in your research!!! (Original review on Walmart Canada!)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Margaret Robinson on Dec 9 2013
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I upgraded to this from my Centrifugal juicer as great price for the "next step". It is much quieter and you get a much higher volume of juice. You do have to do more prep as vegetables and fruit need to be in smaller pieces (I cut into 1" pieces) and as you don't just jam them into the chute as you do with a Centrifugal one. Easy to clean. The motor is not as powerful as the higher grade (and higher price) masticating juicers, but if you are ready for an upgrade from Centrifugal juicing, this is a great choice.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Josh and Jenny on July 4 2014
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I am very happy with this juicer. Before purchasing, I did an extensive amount of research comparing to other top brands that were twice the price. After reading other reviews on this product and after speaking with a friend who has this same product, I purchased the Salton Vita Pro Low Speed Juicer and have not been disappointed.

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!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Cheryl Kilborn on Dec 15 2013
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Easy to clean. Works great. Seems durable enough to last a long time. My whole family has enjoyed the juice.
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So far I love this juicer. Years ago (the 80's) I bought a Champion Juicer and used it for ages before I ruined it when I forgot to remove the blade before storing and it seized onto the machine. In those days there were few juicers on the market and only speciality health food stores sold them. The problem with the Champion is it was huge, and heavy and clogged so you regularly had to disassemble during juicing to clean it. Also it produced a juice with a lot of foam (I hate the foam), and so I'd have to strain it before drinking. I did a lot of research and knew that I preferred a masticating juicer as opposted to centrifrugal. From what I can see the centrifrugal relies on a powerful (read: loud) motor, and they seem to be prone to burn out. Also I didn't like the look of the juices - they had foam, and separated easily. Then the Salton Vita Pro caught my eye. It made sense that the low speed would produce less heat (heat will oxydize the juice) and it was quiet and didn't have a huge footprint (I have a small kitchen). Then as a super bonus, after doing a lot of comparison shopping for my best price, Sears had them on sale and I walked out of the store having only paid $112 including taxes (I had a small $17 credit that I added to it, but that's still very cheap!). Awesome!! Everywhere else they were selling for $188 - $199. I have the brushed metal one as shown.

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.
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I received the Salton Vita Pro Low Speed Juicer yesterday and checking the price on Amazon.ca, it seems to have reverted to a price closer to the $198 I originally found it at, yet, as I mention, I paid a little under $150, a $50 savings that Amazon.ca alerted me to. The title of the product has a comma, after it and describes the appliance as white, but as I suspected, I received the one pictured with brushed stainless steel base and black plastic pieces.

After reading the instructions and deciding I wanted to really know how to take this thing apart and put it back together, I decided to do something I rarely do and actually disassemble the entire machine as directed and wash each part in hot soapy water.

The hardest part about taking the machine apart was in realizing that the lock and unlock positions of the main juicing receptacle is not as drastic a movement as the lines on the base indicate. You have to line up the lock and unlocked arrows on BOTH the base and the juicing bowl; once you realize this, which to me was counter intuitive, you’ll be able to focus on pulling the bowl up and off the base. It’s a little difficult, but once you are able to get over the fear that you might break it by using a little more force, you’ll get the hang of it.

Putting the machine back together was also be a little counter intuitive. The bowl goes on quite naturally, but everything else is pretty loose and unlike many other machines, from food processors to blenders and such, there is no ‘click’ to reassure you it’s in its proper place. There is the bowl, the plastic ‘cage’, the juicing basket and auger. This ‘cage’, sits quite loosely, but you’ll know you placed it correctly if, when you turn it, the little plastic orange wheel turns too.
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