Best Juicer in India 2021 ⚡ Best Juicer Machine ⚡ LIVE Testing & Demo ⚡ Cold Press Juicer
Everybody knows about the benefits of fruit juice. But which is the best machine to extract juice?
And what else benefits does it have? This is what I’ll tell. Hello friends, welcome to my channel VM-One.
My name is Vineet and today I’ll tell about the best juicers in India in 2021.
Fruit juice can be extracted in 2 ways- either by traditional hand juicer with a sieve, a glass and the juicer.
These are made of rot iron & don’t provide much juice. They cost approx ₹2000. I purchased it for ₹1850. See the
output. But even after that, there will be a lot juice left in pulp which is impossible to extract.
The alternative to hand juicer is slow juicer. I have selected 4 slow juicers which are Amazon choice juicers.
1st is Kuvings, 2nd is Hestia, 3rd is Agaro and 4th is Hurom slow juicer. I have outed Hurom’s cold press
juicer as its price is same despite its low wattage motor. I have chosen these juicers as they have same
wattage and noise levels. All the tree have 240W copper winding 50RPM motor and 30 minutes run time.
Their declared noise level are 75dB but when I tested, they were 85dB. I have purchased these juicers for this
testing and review. Let’s unbox them. Black color slow juicer is of Kuvings, silver is Agaro and Maroon is Hestia
slow juicer. Kuvings juicer comes with Juicer machine, juicer strainer, cleaning kit & a cleaning brush with
juice and pulp jar. Agaro juicer comes with juicer machine, juicer strainer, smoothie strainer, ice cream or sorbet
strainer & juice & pulp jar with a cleaning brush. Hestia has same components as of Agaro juicer and surprisingly,
they look absolutely identical. The plastic used is BPA free & metal is stainless steal. Installation is easy
but a user manual is recommended. Installation guide helps fix every part perfectly without any problem.
Now I’ll take out juice of citrus limetta from all three juicers. Let’s test Agaro’s claim of 35% extra
juice from each fruit. I want to test the remaining juice content in residue/pulp. We can see the amount of
juice is good and it is pulpy. It is easy to extract juice from all three. There is a normal or forward
button for general use. There is down button for reverse motion. Use it if you feel like there is a blockage
in the juicer because of pulp. Pulp residue will be collected in pulp jar and juice in the juice jar.
You just need to place both the jars correctly. Let’s move to Hestia that has exact same installation and
specification as Agaro. I’ll recommend the use of installation guide. I’ll check the juice with same process
as Agaro’s. Now we move on to Kuvings. The installations instructions are given in manual and they are
pretty easy. Its built quality is slightly better than the rest. The process to extract juice is same.
Just add fruit and pulp will be collected in pulp collector and juice in the juice collector. Nothing
else is required to be done. The leftover pulp is extremely dry. Let’s make ice-cream or sorbet but let me
tell me tell you, I am not a good cook. I’ll just show you the process so you can evaluate. I have attached
sorbet strainer in Agaro and Hestia. Unfortunately Kuvings doesn’t have sorbet maker so it is out.
I will try my best to make banana sorbet. Just add banana and the sorbet will be ready. There can be other
ways to make sorbet too. Both Agaro and Hestia’s performance is exactly the same. Let’s test the last
attachment- smoothie maker. A machine with multiple uses justifies its cost. Agaro and Hestia has smoothie
maker but not Kuvings and to get it you need to spend approx ₹10,000 more for sorbet and smoothie strainer.
You get these along with Hestia and Agaro in the same price. I have done preparations. I’ll try to make
blueberry smoothie in both of them together. I have added same quantities of blueberry, curd and milk in
both Agaro and Hestia. Agaro has completed its task but Hestia didn’t even turn on. I tested Hestia slow
juicer with every possible angle but it did not work while making smoothie. I am not saying that it is bad.
Manufacturing defects can come anytime in a machine. But since I faced this issue while reviewing, I had to
show it. Meanwhile Agaro did its job fantastically. Let’s talk about pros and cons and my observation.
Hestia cold juicer is made of good quality with loads of attachments. It costs ₹16,500. It has 1 year
comprehensive and 5 years warranty on motor though it stopped while I was testing it. Otherwise it is a
good juicer thought the built quality could have been improved to solve these problems. Agaro’s
cold press juicer has the same attachments as Hestia- 3 strainers and others. But there is a significant
change in costs- Hestia costs ₹16,500 whereas Agaro costs ₹12,900. It has 1 year comprehensive and 5
years warranty on the motor. The quality of juice, smoothie and sorbet is same as of Hestia. Had its
built quality like that of Kuvings, then it would have been incredible. Though all in all it has a
good built quality. Let’s talk about Kuvings that has 10-15% better built quality and better use of plastic
than the other two. There is one drawback- you get only 1 strainer i.e juicer. You don’t get Smoothie and
sorbet strainer. It costs ₹18,000. It has 1 year comprehensive, 10 years warranty on motor and 2 years
extended warranty upon registering your product on Kuvings website. This is amazing but its price is
high- ₹18,000 for just one strainer. If this is not a drawback for you, then links are given in description.
It is an amazing juicer. Do check it. Friends I purchased these juicers just for testing. You can re-purchase
it from me if you are a best friend member of this channel. Check the membership options for the same.
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