Hurom HU100S Slow Juicer, Silver

Hurom HU100S Slow Juicer, Silver

Hurom HU100S Slow Juicer, Silver

  • Using Hurom’s cold-pressing system, 35% more juice is extracted from your foods than with traditional high-speed juicers, leaving less and drier pulp.
  • The Hurom masticating juicer can easily process fruits, vegetables, leafy greens, wheatgrass, nuts, and soy to make a variety of juices, milks, sauces, marinades, even baby food.
  • Hurom’s durable motor has a 10-year warranty, uses only 150 watts of energy and is practically silent.
  • The cold-press juicer features a heavy-duty Ultem® strainer and auger, which is eight times stronger than traditional plastics and handles both coarse and fine foods easily.
  • Hurom’s patented Slow Squeezing Technology? (SST) gently squeezes ingredients, preserving natural taste & nutrients lost by high-speed juicers that grind and crush. Slow Squeezing Technology also retains heat-sensitive nutrients such as Vitamins A and C, and live enzymes.

The HUROM® Original Slow Juicer supports and delivers your goals for optimal health. The patented Slow Squeezing Technology™ (SST) quickly, yet gently extracts juice from raw foods while preserving the cellular structure of those foods and delivering 4x the absorption rate of crucial vitamins and minerals. Operating at only 80 RPMs and using a mere 150 watts of energy, the juice extractor efficiently processes a variety of raw fruits, vegetables, nuts, leafy greens and soybeans to create delicious juices, milks, sauces, marinades and baby foods quickly and effortlessly. Heat-sensitive nutrients and live enzymes are retained resulting in juices that will energize and revitalize you. Featuring a compact design with highly effective safety features and incredibly easy cleanup, the Hurom Original Slow Juicer will be your daily, go-to healthy habit!

List Price: $ 399.00

Price: $ 399.00

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3 Responses to Hurom HU100S Slow Juicer, Silver

  • Kristen Suzanne "KristensRaw.com" says:
    200 of 208 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Hurom Is My Choice – Love it! GREAT Customer Service, November 19, 2009
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    I’m extremely happy with my Hurom juicer. To me, it’s the best of both worlds between the fast juicing Breville and the slow juicing Green Star. The Hurom is a fast juicer, SUPER EASY cleanup, fun and easy to use, and I love it. I get plenty of juice in one session, which is great. It quickly and efficiently juices greens like kale and romaine while flawlessly juicing cucumbers, apples, and other “watery” fruits. The pulp varied from dry (hearty leafy greens, like kale) to semi-moist (romaine, apples, etc). The juice typically had little foam, but it would depend on what I juiced to determine that. I like to strain my juice quickly with a nut milk bag after making it anyway, so if there is a little pulp or foam on it, it gets held back when straining. I love the warranty, too.

    I have three juicers: Green Star, Breville and the Hurom. If I didn’t have any of them… knowing what I know now, I’d get the Hurom. (I have a video on my blog discussing the three of them.)

    PS. It also juices wheat grass, which I haven’t done, but have heard it’s capable of it. That’s great!
    PPS. Their customer service is fantastic and responsive.

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  • Stephen D. Seidel says:
    149 of 152 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    HU-100B IMPROVED HUROM JUICER, December 8, 2012
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    First, I love this juicer. The best juicer on the market is the one that you will use everyday and this is the one for me. It is the fastest to use because it is self feeding. This is a fantastic time saver. I can cut up the produce while the juicer does its work, reducing my juicing time in half. Try to do that with the Super Angel. The YouTube videos I have seen on the Super Angel show the wooden pusher getting quite a workout forcing produce into the twin screws. I haven’t taken the Hurom pusher out of the plastic bag yet. The clean-up is also easy and just as fast as with a single horizontal auger juicer. Please note that the parts are not dishwasher safe. Currently, there are at least three Hurom models on the market, namely the HU-100, HU-300 & HU-400. Functionally all three are the same. Differences are in the body, strainer and pin holder. The HU-100 is available in white, silver and black. I have seen a chrome model but it is difficult to get in the USA. The HU-100 has the latest improved strainer which is the black Ultem strainer. The Omega Vert still uses the amber Ultem strainer which is more likely to show stains after a lot of use. The HU-100 model is the only one with a handle. I like the handle because I need to move it around in our crowded kitchen. The HU-300 and HU-400 are slimmer but do not have the handle. The HU-300 and HU-400 are also equipped with the black Ultem strainer. The HU-100 and HU-300 models use twisting locking hooks that work just fine to lock the juicing bowl to the motor base. The $600.00 HU-400 uses a holder pin and three stubs on the top of the motor base instead of hooks. Although an improvement in design and a cleaner look, to me it is not worth the extra money. All three models now share the improved silicone bowl seal, larger pulp ejection port to reduce clogging and improved silicone plug that is attached to the juicing bowl. The juice catch cup and pulp container have also been improved. The 32 ounce plus juice container has a handle and the larger pulp container does not. The BPA-free juice container now fits inside the pulp bin to reduce storage space requirements. The materials are very high quality. The forward/off/reverse switch is covered by a clear plastic membrane for shock protection in case water from wet hands would enter the handle area. After juicing, it is a good idea to reverse the juicer for a second. The juice bowl separates easily with just a small counter clockwise rotation after this momentary reverse action. Also, the juice port has an added safety feature that prevents a finger from entering the rotating wiper section. An updated 80 page recipe book is included titled “100 Gourmet Recipes for the Slow Juicer” cookbook, a $14.99 value for free. A short instructional DVD names the parts and describes two different assembly methods as well as cleaning instructions and do’s and don’ts. Finally, the packaging has been improved to insure that the juicer is in perfect condition when you open the box. The market is now flooded with vertical slow juicers with all companies claiming patents on their particular juicer. Many of the units are made in the same Korean factory; avoid Chinese knockoffs. The reviews on these juicers are correct when they state that the juice contains more pulp than other style juicers. A good strainer with the double mesh is a must as well as a nice glass bowl with a pouring spout in which to strain the juice. Personally, I like the extra pulp in orange juice and tomato juice. Some juices need body and are not as desirable when they are watery. I plan to make almond milk and coconut milk as this model works quite well for these tasks. I waited almost three years before I bought this style of juicer because I knew improvements were needed in the original model. I highly recommend the HU-100B as the black housing look is outstanding. To our health, as a Nation!

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  • E. Tam says:
    473 of 479 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Almost perfect juicer, February 6, 2010
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    E. Tam (California) –
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    It juices virtually everything perfectly! Peel the rind off a lemon and it juices better than a citrus juicer! It does greens VERY well, almost all pulps come out dry without so much as a drop to wring out from it, and it looks gorgeous in a glass.

    Here’s how it works: you feed your produce into the feed chute and it’s processed by a black acrylic auger against a metal sieve. Basically this means the auger is chewing the produce and pressing the resulting pulp and juice against a metal screen with tiny holes. The pulp is pressed through a pulp chute while the juice is filtered through the holes and into the juice chute. It’s absolutely amazing. Honestly, I really wanted one of the Omega nutrition center juicers, but just watching the videos of making carrot juice on those things was painful! You have to JAM it into the feed chute to get the carrots to go in. The amazing thing about this juicer is that the auger PULLS carrots in with no effort whatsoever from the user. One thing to note though, is that you need to let it do its own work. If you DO try pushing it in, it locks up the auger. On softer produce like leafy greens and fruits, it has no problem with jamming stuff in. It may not be as fast as a centrifugal juicer, but it’s at least twice as fast, and a QUARTER of the work that goes into jamming them into the Omega nutrition center.

    So far I have juiced the following without any problems:
    Celery
    Carrots – SHOULD BE PEELED. Skins are extremely bitter!
    Romaine
    Kale – surprisingly mild flavor even in its raw state
    Cucumbers
    Apple – must be a firm fleshed apple like Fujis, Galas or Granny Smiths
    Orange – I will NEVER drink “fresh squeezed” carton juices ever again.
    Lemon
    Grapes (didn’t expect this one to come out as dry as it did–wow!)

    As for citrus, be sure to peel the rind off first otherwise you’ll be left with very bitter juice which contains natural though indigestible oils. Note that certain pulpy fruits like grapes and berries will have somewhat wet pulp, but it can be put through the juicer again and the auger will squeeze even more juice out of it! The great thing about this juicer is if you want to make a different juice without mixing the flavors, you can run 2-3 cups of water through the machine and you’ll be ready to juice your next batch of fruits and/or vegetables. So if Sally wants carrot but Brian wants apple and neither wants to taint their juice with the other’s juice, you don’t have to disassemble the whole thing to avoid doing so.

    Green juicers should already know this, but if you’re new, this is how you get through several batches without having to wash it over and over: alternate produce! This actually goes for fruit as well, but it’s imperative that you alternate with greens. Start with some leafy greens, then follow this with 1/2 of a cucumber–which actually doubles as a plunger so you can just use that cucumber half to push those leaves in. If you want to do straight kale, you may have to open the juicer, remove the auger and pull some of the fibers out of the base–which won’t be a problem if you mix your greens. Keep in mind I’ve never had to do this as I’ve never had any lock-ups while juicing–most likely because I’ve always alternated produce.

    Speaking of cleaning–virtually painless. Just separate the removable parts from the base whole and put it in the sink. Run hot water through the top and rinse it off (with soapy water if you desire), then remove the top and rinse the bottom of the feed chute plate. Next rinse your auger, and if you juiced something fibrous, run the chisel part of the included cleaning brush through the indented ring where it may have collected. This takes maybe 5 seconds. Next, rinse and scrub the screen. This is a little more difficult/time consuming. I don’t actually like using the included brush for this. I use a non-stick safe scouring pad to wipe it gently twice and usually all the pulp stuck in the holes are gone. The clear plastic base is easy to clean; pull the attached silicone plug out and clear out the pulp chute with a spray of water and rinse the rest out and you’re done. Cleaning takes 3-5 minutes depending on what you juiced. Quick tip for removing carrot stains: use a towel with a couple drops of vegetable oil on it and the stains wipe right off.

    The main things that attracted me to this juicer that it’s able to process almonds for a very easy almond milk. Just soak 1 cup of almonds overnight and the next morning put it through the juicer with 3 cups of water and you’ve got a very healthy and tasty almond milk which goes phenomenally well with cereal. I’ve tried blanching the almonds and removing the skin first but it does not make a big difference. Using raw almonds does result in a cleaner fresher tasting almond milk. It does do soymilk as well, but I would recommend doing blending it instead as processing the soymilk…

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