Best Juicers and Blenders on

Best Juicers and Blenders on


Juicing offers tremendous health benefits, and having a reliable juicer or high powered blender available is crucial if you are going to be making your own juice. It seems as though it would be a simple enough purchase. Yet the number of juicers and high powered blenders on the market are enough to make a consumer’s head spin. So to help you out, we’re going to discuss the industry’s top juicers and high powered blenders so you can decide which one is going to be the best fit for you.





Jack LaLanne Power Juicer Deluxe

Probably the best known name in juicers, it has earned its solid reputation from its founder, Jack LaLanne. This juicer is highly rated no matter where you look.



  • Dishwasher safe parts
  • Limited lifetime motor warranty available
  • Simple breakdown and cleanup
  • High capacity pulp container (means you can make more juice without needing to stop for cleanup)
  • Price point is average – around $130 new.



  • Lower pour spout means you can’t make as much in one sitting.
  • Its function is a little slower on harder fruits and veggies.




Breville Juice Fountain Cold

Popularized by the documentary “Fat, Sick, & Nearly Dead”, this juicer is very popular.



  • Wide mouth means less chopping fruits and veggies during preparation
  • Dishwasher safe parts
  • A high pour spout means it can make more juice in one sitting
  • Simple breakdown for cleanup



  • A bit more pricey than other juicers (~$180 new)
  • Juice extraction is a bit slower, though the manufacturer claims this is to extract more juice. Consumers are torn as to whether or not this is actually the case.
  • Reviews on this product are inconsistent.




Juice Fountain Plus

Another product by Breville, this is a highly rated juicer by users and critics alike.



  • The unit is on the smaller side, requiring less counter space
  • 850-watt dual-speed motor
  • Extra wide feeder tube can create juice quickly, and requires less prep.
  • The unit is reportedly very quiet
  • Price is average for juicers at $130



  • Motor is the slowest of the listed juicers at 850 watts




Cuisinart Juice Extractor



  • 1000 watt, 5 speed juicer
  • Large pulp container as well as a large juice pitcher (means you can make a lot of juice at once)
  • Large feeding tube so you don’t need to prep food as much prior to juicing
  • Price is below average for juicers at $122



  • Reviews on this product are inconsistent.


High Powered Blenders


The primary health advantage to “juicing” with a blender is that this method retains all of the fruits and vegetable’s fiber content rather than sifting it out into pulp. This is neither good nor bad, but it is important to note for those who are choosing to juice for different reasons. Those that want the additional nutritional punch in their juice would probably benefit from a blender.





The Vitamix has earned quite the reputation. This is a professional level high speed blender that is frequently used by restaurants and home kitchens alike.



  • Easy to use
  • Professional grade
  • Multi use product, can be used as a food processor
  • Easy cleanup with dishwasher safe parts, though the dishwasher is not necessary, since rinsing the container with water while the motor runs is adequate for cleaning.
  • High 64oz blending carafe can be filled to capacity without spilling
  • 2.2 horsepower motor (fastest of the high powered blenders)
  • Can be used to make soups, nut butters, smoothies, juices and other treats
  • Wide blade base
  • High quality



  • Machine is heavy at 13 pounds
  • The base and container are bulky and require a lot of counter space
  • Price is highest – around $550





A big name in high powered juicers, the Blendtec is very popular.



  • Digital touchpad with auto shutoff
  • Pre Programmed blending cycles
  • 3 year motor base warranty, lifetime warranty on coupling and blade, 1 year jar warranty
  • Base is smaller than the Vitamix, so it requires less counter space



  • 1560 watt motor speed, the slowest of the high powered blenders




Ninja Mega Kitchen System

This machine does a whole lot more than just juicing. It is sold with several attachments that make the Ninja system very versatile. Included attachments be used for juicing as well as making smoothies, soups, or slushies.



  • Multi use product, can be used as a food processor.
  • Easy to use
  • Easy cleanup with dishwasher safe parts
  • 2 horsepower motor processes food fast
  • Additional attachments included for food processing and smoothie making



  • The machine is reportedly very loud
  • Preschool2Teen

    We love our Vitamix.

  • Wow, this is a great roundup! Thanks for this! I’ve been trying to pick lately. Perfect timing for me to see this post!

    xo Kathryn

  • Lauren Everson

    We have the Ninja Mega Kitchen System and love it! The single serve blender cups are a life saver. There is serious truth that it is quite loud. I do wish it had a juicing capability, though.

  • Marian

    The breville and vitamix were what I made my investments in and I have no regrets. Vitamix is more user friendly on my opinion and the breville is the best blender juicer for the price.

  • I’m a HUGE fan of juicing but have never seen a breakdown like this! We have a Breville but have always been intrigued by the vitamix. Thanks for the thorough review!

  • Olivia Tennant

    I LOVE that you’ve broken it down like this and included budget-friendly options instead of just Vitamix (as nice as it would be to afford that!)

  • Great breakdown and you are right the Ninja is pretty loud but we love it. Of course I wanted a Vitamix but I knew I wouldn’t use it enough to justify the cost. The Ninja with the food processor is awesome. I can do my pie crusts in a few minutes.

  • KokosSecrets

    my mom has the ninja and it works so good!

  • Dina Deleasa-Gonsar

    Hmm the vitamix or the ninja, that is the question! Great breakdown! #bloggingboost

  • This is really helpful I´m asking for one for my birthday 🙂

  • mail4rosey

    I have a Ninja. It works GREAT but it is very loud.

  • Silvija Rimkiene

    It would be great to have one of them!

  • L. Michelle Williams

    I love the ninja

  • Ryan Campbell Murchison

    We love our Ninja! Much more affordable option than the other two.

  • Emily Bendler

    Love the ninja for its price and versatility!

  • I love my Breville and Vitamix. The Ninja is also a good option and it has an easier price tag.

  • Renita Quirls

    My husband is looking a juicer…I am also going to share this to my page as I am sure some new resolution people would love this information

  • Danielle

    I love the Ninja! It is the best machine I own in Lou of a Vitamin one day.