A quality manual (hand operated) juicer that clamps to any table up
to 44mm thickness. Made of 304 grade stainless steel that will last
a lifetime. Traditional juicer designed for wheat grass.
The BL27 Manual Juicer is not so good at juicing soft
fruits and vegetables, however, it is very good for juicing wheat grass. More effort is
required for fruit and vegetables, as they must be pushed in.
world wide. Now supplied with improved strainer and plunger.
[The BL 30 manual juicer is better at juicing wheat grass; and unlike the BL27 model, can also be used for other fruits and vegetables. The BL27 is not very good for juicing fruits or vegetable and is only average with wheat grass.]
to assemble and disassemble, good looking polished finish
juicing is renown for increased well being
well crafted unit
wheat grass = 2kg mixed vegetables in nutritional content
5 year warranty
Made in China
Please Note: Manual juicers are
manually operated. You will only produce juice as long as you keep
cranking the handle. A manual juicer obviously cannot make juice
as fast as an electric juicer. Conversely, a manual juicer can produce
juice when there is no electricity available.
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"Gidday! Recently I purchased this product really cheap off eBay. Even though it came with a warranty, for some reason the dealer will not help me whatsoever! Anyhow, will JUICERS AUSTRALIA honour my warranty and provide me with free after sales service, even though I bought this product real cheap elsewhere? Here's hoping..." Mr Bar Gin Hunter, Hagglesville, Australia.
"Dear Mr Bar Gin Hunter, please take notice that JUICERS AUSTRALIA does not market products via eBay or other suppliers.
We do not service warranties for products purchased from other suppliers. If you purchased your product at a 'fall off the back of a truck price' elsewhere, JUICERS AUSTRALIA has no obligation to honour your warranty claim, nor provide any after sales service.
We do however service all warranties for products purchased directly from JUICERS AUSTRALIA."
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2012, September. Mr Jeremy McGrath, Boorowa, NSW, Australia. "Hi guys,
Just received my juicer, the BL 30 [manual juicer] , and its great.
Its solid, easy to clean and the juice is great.
Put some nuts through it as well without any dramas.
2010, June. Mr Michel Lafond, Lyon, France. "Hello,
I received the package today at noon june 24. I am very pleased
I wish you a very good day
Cordially, Michel Lafond"
2010, January. Mr Douglas Coulter, Fort Bragg, California, United States of America. "Juicer [BL30 Manual Juicer] just arrived today and it looks great, did not have good veggies to try but some older stuff came out quite nice.
Its built like a truck and will try some wheatgrass tomorrow."
2009, September. Mr Paul Adams, Rutherford, NSW, Australia. "Hi
Received my juicer this morning at 7.30 am. Unbelievable. Your service is second to none
2009, June. Dr G. L. Rao, Canberra City, ACT, Australia. "Dear Friend,
Thanks. This is the fastest response I ever had from a business. Good on you. I will buy a juicer from you. At present I am overseas. I will contact you again when I return to Australia.
Thanks once again,
G. L. Raojust"
2009, May. Miss Aimee Mehan, Hamilton, Newcastle, NSW, Australia. "Thank you for offering the large manual juicer, I am an
environment conscious person, and value being able to run on 'banana power'
rather than on electricity. Many thanks, Aimee"
put the pulp back into the juicer, it will damage the juicing screen and makes
void the warranty!
The emphasis of cold press juicers is to produce a high quality juice. This is accomplished by 1) cutting hard produce into smaller strips / pieces 2) and juicing slowly. Although patience is essential, the rewards are really fantastic.
press juicers are excellent for juicing vegetables or a combination
of vegetable and some fruit.
press juicers are really good at juicing wheat grass, but you must feed wheatgrass through the juicer very slowly, or congestion WILL occur.
juicing a lot of soft fruit such as pineapple or watermelon, simply feed the pieces through slower and be patient. Adding some
carrot, beetroot or celery also helps prevent clogging.
juicing apples, Granny Smith apples (or
similar) are best, as they are a hard fruit and contain more juice. Some varieties of red apples are not suitable for cold press juicers (or high speed juicers) as they have a dry consistency, which results in a mushy pulp, little juice and clogged juicing screen.
Fibrous produce such as kale & celery can be very difficult to juice. Tip: 1) Use young leaves, 2) Feed very slowly through your juicer, 3) omit the fibrous stalks and 4) add carrot intermittently to clear any blockages / congestion that may occur.
Cleanliness: It is essential that your juicer be properly cleaned and maintained for normal use. The small holes in the Juicing Screen must be thoroughly cleaned and unblocked; otherwise unnecessary harm can be caused to the gearbox and motor, and juicing will be slower and more difficult. Juice backing up the chute? In 99.9% of the cases where the juice backs up the chute and the juicer is not operating as good as it once was, it is because the tiny holes on the juicing screen have become progressively clogged after repeated use, and normal washing is not always sufficient to remove the pulp. Solution: Soak the part/s in a dessertspoon of Ezy Kleen powder and warm / hot water overnight; rinse in water the following morning and the juicer will usually operate just like new. Ezy Kleen can be purchased here.
Difficult to Juice Items Warning and Making Ice-Cream
Juicing sugarcane - cold press juicers should NEVER be used to juice sugarcane under normal circumstances. Sugarcane is extremely fibrous and tough and WILL destroy your cold press juicer if you feed sugarcane as lumps, pieces or even strips. EXCEPTION: The only acceptable method of juicing sugarcane with a cold press juicer is to cut the outer husk etc off the sugarcane, then blend the sugarcane in a blender such as the LexSun Professional Blender, until it has become a smoother consistency, then slowly pour through your cold press juicer so that it can separate the juice from the pulp. If your juicer struggles or groans whilst juicing sugarcane, either feed the blended sugarcane more slowly, or stop juicing sugarcane altogether.
Juicing coconut - should NEVER be used to juice coconut under normal circumstances. However, coconut can be juiced if you follow the instructions for juicing sugarcane above.
Juicing pomegranate - although cold press juicers can juice pomegranate, the seeds must be removed first or damage to the juicer can ensue.
Juicing Bananas - you cannot juice bananas with cold press juicers! If you try to juice bananas with cold press juicers, it only results in a mess of squashed banana.
Making ice-cream - most cold press juicers are capable of making ice-cream and sorbet etc. A common mistake is to take frozen bananas and strawberries straight from the freezer and put them down the chute, which in most cases results in breakage of the juicer. Putting frozen food down the chute is like putting rocks in your juicer, DO NOT DO IT! To prevent damaging your cold press juicer, let your frozen fruit unfreeze a little so that it loses its 'rock like' features.
Many people have been stranded in remote locations and died of starvation, despite being surrounded by various edible foods such as many seaweeds etc.
One frequently overlooked wild food that grows in abundance in so many places - is good old grass!
A major reason given for not using grass as a survival food, is because humans do not have a rumen to digest the grass properly. But there is another method of extracting the many beneficial nutrients from grass, and that is via a cold press juice extractor. In fact one of the greatest survival tools you could ever own, is a cold press manual juicer, which is perfect for those uncertain times when there is no electricity available.
During times of strikes, pestilence, famine and even war, in most places there is an abundance of grass beneath our feet. This information may just save your life one day, because although all food supplies may disappear, grass juice can keep you going for quite some time, at least until help arrives, or you are rescued etc.
One upside of living on grass juice for extended periods of time is that you will definitely look like an overachiever of the Jenny Craig program (weight loss program)! You will also remain hydrated, which is essential to survival.