Juicero Lets You Make Cold-Pressed Juice At Home


We’re not entirely sure whether cold-pressed juice deserves all the hype it’s gotten over the last few years. All we know is, it tastes darn good and it’s expensive as heck.  And while you can get a bottle from most any grocery, café, or bakery around the city, wouldn’t you rather enjoy all the cold-pressed juice you want without leaving the house? That’s the convenience Juicero wants to bring your way.

A countertop appliance, it functions as a single-service cold-pressed juicer for home kitchens. Like a Keurig, but for fresh-tasting cold-pressed juices. Similar to Keurig’s coffee and soda pods, you use juice pouches that you can order from the company, which you place inside the appliance to create a tall glass of cold-pressed juice at the push of a button.


The Juicero is, basically, a countertop version of those expensive high-pressure processing juicers used to make cold-press juices from fresh fruits and vegetables. And, yes, it makes juice that tastes similar to the cold-pressed juices you can buy from stores (they really use 8,000 pounds of pressure with no heat to extract the juice), instead of the usual fare that you get with traditional home juicers. Do note, the packets come with fresh fruits and vegetables inside, so they’ll need to be refrigerated if you don’t plan to use them all in one day.  It measures 16.5 x 10.25 x 10 inches (h x w x d) and weighs 31.5 pounds.

Available now, the Juicero is priced at $699, with the packets selling between $4 and $10 each (depending on the flavor).

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2 Responses

  1. Daniel

    Since I quit drinking soda pop, I drink a lot of juice. I was initially buying gallons and gallons of juice from the grocery store, but the cost was getting high. I then bought a cheap juicer of Amazon. It didn’t last long. I then bought another cheap juicer, and it too got wore out quickly. I have been looking for a quality juicer that will last a long time. I got a chance to use a Vitamix and really liked it. The cost is expensive, but it is much cheaper than buying juice at the store. I’m going to look into this Juicero model more. If the reviews continue to be positive then I am going to get one.

    I was using my juicers multiple times a day. Pro tip: I would buy a lot of the fruit that is discounted down because it is on the verge of spoiling. Then when I got home I would run it through my juicer and then store it in pitchers in my fridge. Nice, cold, tasty, and cheap!

    The Juicero would never replace a quality juicer like the Vitamix, but it would definitely get used a lot. In the morning if I am running late I would use the Juicero simply because it is faster. My favorite part of the Juicero is no clean up! Cleaning a traditional juicer can be a pain-in-the-butt depending on the model. If you are looking for easy, convenient, and organic juice, then the Juicero can’t be beat.

  2. Christopher

    I’m all for quick fixes. Sadly, most the time things that are quick aren’t healthy for us: fast food for example which is so delicious, it’s hard to quit. I love the comparison to the Keurig, which is one of my personal favorite appliances in our home. Whenever I have used a regular coffee pot, I always end up putting too many grounds or not enough and my coffee never comes out tasting consistent. You’d think after all these years I would be better at it. I love that this juicer also comes with pre-measured ingredients that are fresh so you can get the perfect tasting juice without thinking about it. I was expecting them to be powder based, so I’m really glad to find they use real fruits and veggies.


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