Chef’s Star Manual Hand Crank Single Auger Juicer Review

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$43.4

Score By Feature Based on 67 ratings

Easy to assemble 3.8 
Durability 3.4 
Easy to clean 3.2 
Sturdiness 2.0 
Easy to use 1.6 
Pros
  • Excrete natural juice till the single drop.
  • Easily match out with your kitchen interior.
Cons
  • Strainer doesn't work properly.

Chef’s Star Manual Hand Crank Single Auger Juicer Product Description

A manual juicing machine that makes delicious juice, the Chef’s Star Manual Hand Crank Single Auger Juicer is ideal for any person. You can attach the juicer to any surface with its suction base, as this manual juicer uses one. With the suction base, this juicer can be used even on vintage furniture without leaving a trace of residue. Cleaning is a breeze with this juicer since all of its parts can be detached. A double auger juicer that allows you to squeeze the most juice from your fruits and vegetables, while a built-in strainer separates the juice from the pulp, is the Chef’s Star Manual Hand Crank Single Auger Juicer.

  • Suction base with a strong grip.
  • It is made up of all removable parts.
  • Juice and pulp are separated in just one step.
  • Its intricate design allows the juice to flow as much as possible.
  • it wherever you want, anywhere you want, anywhere you want, also very easy to clean and use.

Questions & Answers

You can use it with wheatgrass, yes. Juicing can be awkward and laborious with this machine. The suction cup feet continuously lose gripping power, which causes the machine to move quite a bit as it juices. Furthermore, on a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate the following According to a scale of 1 to 10 (with 10 being excellent and 1 being inadequate), I would rate the amount of juice extraction as good.
YES, the juice is collected in the cup through the lid of a strainer. As the pulp, skin, etc., are pushed out of the juicer, it can be disposed of. While the strainer lid helps to keep out most debris, I still strain the juice through a wire mesh strainer before consuming or storing it.
It was made in China, but not all Chinese products are of poor quality. It's been a year since I got it and the results are still good. In my opinion, this product is worth every penny of the $20 price tag because I use it daily to make wheatgrass juice.
Among the three juicers, the following stand out It is one of the most popular centrifuges on the market There are a lot of masticating methods, but this one uses a manual juicer that delivers its best results out of all of them.

Selected User Reviews For Chef’s Star Manual Hand Crank Single Auger Juicer

I can't SUCK, I can ROCK by using the suction! I can't SUCK, I can ROCK by using the suction! I will begin by addressing the elephant in the room (5/5)

You may need to replace your suction if it is not working. Your counter top needs to be cleaned! A dry surface should be used on all surfaces. You should also make sure the juicing machine has a clean bottom, free of debris and other bits. In my experience, after using this everyday for the past couple weeks, I believe people complaining about the suction either started with a dirty counter, a wet counter, or a wet bottom of their juicer, or they decided to be Arnold Schwarzenegger and power through it! Easy to use. Apparently, I know someone who takes this juicer on road trips, on the airplane, to weekend getaways, and even sticks it to her car. It is portable, lightweight, and manual, so it can be taken internationally no matter where you are without requiring an Then it is time to juice. I believe that "less is more" is the best advice I can give. If you fill a chute or a quarter of a chute full of produce, it is much faster to eat it all in a few seconds than if you fill the entire chute and then have to force it The apples I cut into quarters and slice one quarter at a time. I cut 6 pounds of watermelon (rind and all) into slices. I did not use the counter once during that entire process. I cut greens one or half a head at a time. Juicing purple kale requires juicing one stalk at a time, and I are ready to crank away. I insert carrots with their small ends down. Then it might pop off if you force it, get physical with it, or if you get physical with it. The electric juicer that I had before I received this one does not work anymore. You can eat everything from beets to carrots to kale to apples and spinach to beets. Since using this juicer is my only choice, I have never looked back. It's quiet here. In the middle of nap time, I don't wake up the baby! There is no way that I could keep my baby from waking up in the living room if my Breville Fountain was so loud. It's not the right time. You cannot juice with a manual juicing machine. You'll have no trouble cleaning up after the party. A quarter apple takes less than two minutes to consume (one quarter at a time), and I am able to clean the juicer in 3 to 5 minutes, depending on what I put into it. I have a less efficient electric car than I thought. (I lost 252 pounds from 252 to 181 using my electric. I like it a lot. Despite the fact that I didn't know about this juicer two years ago, I would have chosen one. In this case, the yield is higher and the price is right. The fruits and vegetables I ate would have been much more beneficial for me. (Compared to this one) It is a waste of time and resources. Yes, it cuts through an apple (a whole apple without chopping it in half) within I have to deal with the wet pulp and decide whether to throw it away, find a use for it, run the pulp through again or just accept it As an alternative. This juicer is simply awesome. I just put an apple in it and that's it. Despite being dry, the pulp still has a lot of volume. Overall, and truth be told, if I juice 2 fuji apples in the manual machine and juice them in the automatic machine, and then clean up both thoroughly, the manual machine produces more juice and is fully cleaned up before the electric machine. Using your brain is the key. This is a fun one for me. I hope you enjoy it. Since I believe that "less is more," I apply this In the beginning, I filled the chute to the brim, which caused the produce to get You should instead calm yourself down. My first experiments led to the quick and easy discovery that pushing down one or two pieces at a time is fastest and easiest. Despite the fact that she munches so quickly, she produces a ton of milk. Based on my experience, here is what I know. You will yield. This little juicer is powerful enough to juice over 60 ounces at a time. You have my full attention! has their own pros and cons, and each of us will find something to like and dislike. It is far better to look at the pros than the cons, so I chose to look for them. Once I put my thinking cap on, I was able to repair / avoid most of the cons. Buying this Chef Star masticating juicer on Amazon for around 20 bucks would be a good deal. Juicing has been the best $20 I have ever spent! if all that wasn't enough, it takes 3 to 5 minutes to clean! What do you juice? Several of us in juicing groups on Facebook have acquired this juicer and established a group called littlemeangreenjuicer where we share tips, ask questions, upload pictures, Dedicated to sharing experiences and information about this juicer, this group is dedicated to sharing tips. If you would like to swing by and share your stories, ideas, photos, videos, etc. , feel free to stop by. For a list of all of our juicers, click here. ** * It is suitable for kids, adults, and just about everyone. In the past few years, the elephant has gotten out of Take advantage of the few dollars you can save to improve your If you are going to buy a juicer that you may or may not use more than once a month, getting $200 is easier than dropping $150 to $400. I give my kids 5 and 4 the handle, and they crank it to make their own juice based on what they like. It's a fun way to introduce them to healthy eating.


Karter Foster - 03/02/2021
What does wheatgrass juice look like? Yes, of course! In a nutshell, This is the only juicer I have used to juice wheatgrass and I am very pleased with it (4/5)

The hopper allows you to feed wheatgrass at the bottom and it can juice the grass within minutes. There is a manual to it and you will need to put some elbow grease into it. But other than that, it's as easy as pie! This is a little thing that I use that works. In the hopper, lay grass horizontally. As a result, the substrate moves through on its own much more smoothly than when simply Nothing is left behind but the blade! **2) Juice that There is a little moisture in the pulp after running the first time. You will get a little more juice from the pulp if you run it two more times. As far as I know, the suction cup hasn't caused any problems. The only issue I would have would be that there are so many parts to clean. However, this does not present an issue with Additionally there is a high pitched squeaking sound that may be heard when the juicer is straining to spin.


Charles Park - 16/04/2021
The gasket seal on that loud junk gasket has broken (1/5)

Don't get deceived. Having just received the package and being an Amazon Prime member, I thought okay, I can send it back if it isn't working, too bad I can only return it if I am willing to pay the $10 fee. As well as being noisy, the seal gasket of the juicer broke off chewed up and fell out. Get something better that you can rely on if you need to send it back, and you won't have to worry about getting As of today, I talked to Amazon again, wanting to know why I would have to be charged for something that didn't work and that was broken. Amazon offered an apology, as well as a full refund, so I returned it. Even so, I will switch to another juicer that has a gasket seal that doesn't break off as it comes out of the All over the place juice is leaking.


Luisa Cummings - 31/07/2021
Take your big juicer out of the way (5/5)

I am happy with how things have gone so far. The first time I juiced wheat grass, I was a little confused. My heart is so full of excitement. My goal was to get something small so I wouldn't have to use my omega for something else. An insignificant amount- The wheat grass I am growing is not as good as I want it to be. That's what I want, and that's what I want - I love it. In order to get wheat grass, I bought a flat. In the tube I fed some crop that I cut from the field. I liked how it worked out. My goal was to get a shot so I kept going until I did The amount of butter is two Although it took a lot of work, it was worth it. Obviously, part of it involved guessing how much grass I needed in order to make the shot, which does not pertain to the juicer at all. My next attempt will be much quicker now that I know what to expect. What I want to tell you is what I experienced. Then, after I juiced my shot, I figured I would see how the omega juicer coped with greens, since it is known for making good juice from green vegetables. It only took a few minutes for the crop to fit in the omega chute, and then I had to wait, and wait, and wait. Streams of water drip down. The amount I got must have been much less than This is legit. By putting the "pulp" from the Omega juicer into the feed of the chefs star juicer, I was able to juice all sorts of things. There you go! As a result of trying to extract the juice from the omega, I left over wheatgrass that was left over from this extraction to make the entire shot. This is interesting. Keeping this bad boy is the best move for me. There will be no need for this juicer to juice anything in large quantities. There are a few carrots and apples on my plate. It's not going to happen, In my case, this device is perfect and I would be happy with it were it not for the electricity. *br>It is mostly plastic but I believe it's plastic which will last. There is a considerable amount of information in it. I am very pleased with the results.


Kannon Flynn - 19/02/2021