From the expert view and personal experience with the latest juicer machine in the market, we bring to you an excellent device which every juice enthusiast should take as a companion, and it is known as the Philips HR1889/71 Viva Slow Juicer. It’s currently available in the UK not yet in US market.
On the arrival of the juicer, it comes in a container, and inside it, we find a recipe booklet which serves as a manual for users and the main machine Philips Viva Slow Juicer HR1889/71 with XL feed tube. You might wonder why we choose to review the juicer form, Philip.
Philip is known for the production of high-quality products, and their goal is to ensure that juice lovers find it so more comfortable to make their juice right in the comfort of their home without hassle and delay.
Philips HR1889/71 Viva Slow Juicer is a masticating juicer, and all the components are much easier to assemble and dissemble to rinse or wash. Now to my experience with the juicer, after the entire element has been inserted in the right place, the next thing to do is to juice.
To have the juicer set, you need to insert the XL tube to the main machine, with the juice bowl positioned under it while the cup for pulp in positioned in front of the juice bowl. Right inside the XL tube is the squeezer that will help to grind the juice with a separator to release the juice beneath into the container and the pulp into the cup.
How to use Philips HR1889/71 Viva Slow Juicer
From experience, the Juicer machine is very slow, but the process can be accelerated by using the pusher. That will be explained further. The juicer is perfect for fruits such as grapefruit, orange, pineapple, beetroot, carrots, celery, lemons, cucumber, pears, and cabbage.
Now with the availability of the fruits, and you are set to juice, you have to remove the cap on the tube which has an opening in the center of it. After opening the cap, insert the fruit inside the tube and cover the tube with the lid.
You need to find a closer socket to plug in your Philips masticating juicer machine, and after you must have done that, you gently insert the pusher into the tube through the center opening. Initiate the operation of the juicer and then move the pusher towards the fruit to ensure it has a forceful contact with the blade and squeezer. It should be a continuous process until the blender gets hold of the fruit and start juicing without you having to exert pressure.
Right from there, the juice will find its way into the bowl beneath, and the peel from the juice will escape to the cup inform of the juice bowl.
• It comes with collection containers
• It is one of the best juicers for leafy greens
• It helps to save time and juice very fast with the use of the pusher
• It doesn’t allow juice drip
• Every part of the juicer is much easier to keep clean
• It feels a little flimsy
In conclusion, if you are in the market for one of the best juicer that does juice very fast with the satisfactory outcome, the Philips HR1889/71 Viva Slow Juicer is an option to consider. It doesn’t make noise, juice effectively and every part of it is easier to assemble and disassemble for washing.
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