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Breville Dual Disc Juice Processor BJE820XL


$400.00 Released February, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Clean-up takes under four minutes, including the screen and filter. Creates juice extremely fast, food just goes right through. Feeder tube is large enough for big vegetables.

The Cons:Machine is heavy and bulky, takes up a fair amount of room in the kitchen and can't be moved around easily.

The Breville Dual Disc Juice Processor BJE820XL is a high end juicer. In promotion, Breville emphasizes the fact that this juicer can puree as well as make juice. This means that you can make smoothies, dips, soups and sauces with the Dual Disc Juice Processor BJE820XL.

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The puree disc and insert retain pulp from fruits and vegetables that you can use for any one of these purposes. The juice disc with stainless steel micromesh filter and titanium-reinforced cutting blades gets the maximum juice yield out of every fruit and vegetable. The 1200 watt motor allows you to choose from five different speeds, using the electronic dial: 6,500 rpm, 8,100 rpm, 9,700 rpm, 11,300 rpm or 13,000 rpm. The three inch feed tube allows you to get a juice from a variety of fruits and vegetables. The Breville Dual Disc Juice Processor BJE820XL comes with a one liter juice jug that has a froth seperator.

Features

  • Juice/puree capabilities
  • Commercial-quality performance
  • Puree disc
  • Puree insert
  • Juice disc
  • Stainless steel micromesh filter
  • Titatnium-reinforced cutting blades
  • Electronic 5-speed dial
  • Die-cast metal body
  • 3" feed tube
  • Dimensions: 13.5" x 8.5" x 17"
  • Weight: 14.3lbs.
  • 1L juice jug w/ froth seperator
  • 1200 watt motor

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    clean-up takes under four minutes, including the screen and filter

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    creates juice extremely fast, food just goes right through

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    feeder tube is large enough for big vegetables

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    gets a lot of juice out of whatever is fed in

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    components are dishwasher safe and can be thrown in with other dishes

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    initial setup and assembly is fairly easy, not hard to work out the operation

Cons
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    machine is heavy and bulky, takes up a fair amount of room in the kitchen and can't be moved around easily

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