Pros:Fresh juice at a low price with easy clean up.
Cons:Wastes too much juice!
The Bottom Line:
For Moms that want to but don't juice every day because the cleaning is such a pain you will be very pleased with this juicer.
Let me start by saying I've had this product for 2 years now and it is still running fine. The Jack Lalanne juicer I had before this didn't last a year before the motor blew. I use this machine at least once a month. If your planning on juicing every so often, especially if you need quick clean up (ie; juicing for kids) this product is for you. If you are an avid juicer and will be using it everyday buy a more expensive model that will not leave as much juice in the pulp. I gave the Waring Juicer half stars because it really does have good and bad aspects, compare for yourself and decide.
First the Good: 400-watt motor isn't too loud. Brushed stainless-steel housing eliminates stains unlike the white juicer I owned, gross after the first week. This one is as pretty as the day I bought it. Strainer, pulp collector, lid, and juice collector are all dishwasher-safe. This is one of the biggest reasons for buying this machine, I don't even bother with the dishwasher half the time because the clean-up is so quick and easy. Only 3 pieces to wash! Five-year limited warranty on the motor I've yet to use thankfully. Not expensive.
And the not so Good: The chute isn't very large, you will find you have to take the extra time to cut your fruit/veggies more. For example; a medium sized apple will fit cut into 4 pieces not including core. The juice is too frothy. I'm not sure if the type of food makes a difference, but with fruit I've had half a cup of just foam. My bigest gripe about this machine is the loss of juice. The pulp is very wet when removed and I even find small pieces of fruit sometimes. The more I use this juicer the more it bugs me how much is being wasted.