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Philips HR1871/00 Whole Fruit Juicer Review

 
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4/5


User Rating
128 total ratings

 

Positives


A powerful centrifugal juicer that produces large amounts of juice

Negatives


Noisy operation


Bottom Line

The Philips HR1871 Whole Fruit 800W juicer is a high quality model that’s perfect for people who need to juice quickly and without spending too much time cleaning up. The easy to clean parts reduce the chore of making great juice, and the large feed tube also cuts down on preparation time. It isn’t the cheapest model around, but the strong performance makes up for this.

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The Philips HR1871/00 whole fruit juicer is an attractive model with an 800W motor. If features a 1.5L capacity juice jug, two speed settings and a large feeding tube. Is the Philips HR1871 worth the money though? For a centrifugal juicer, the £200 price tag is certainly a lot of money. Keep reading our review to find out.

Features and Performance

The 800W motor of the Philips HR1871 isn’t as powerful as other models such as the Andrew James Whole Fruit Power Juicer, but the juicer is designed to maximise juice output. Philips claims that the HR1871 is able to extract up to 10% more than previous models, and is also easier to clean and use. The 800W motor is also more than powerful enough to juice the vast majority of fruits and vegetables.

The main feature of the Philips HR1871 whole fruit juicer is the extra large feeding tube. With a size of 80mm, the tube is wide enough for most fruits without the need to cut them. Apples, beetroots and carrots can all be juiced without pre-cutting.

Other features include a 2.5L pulp container, which is integrated and easy to clean, and a spout accessory for pouring juice straight into a cup or glass without splashing. All the removable parts of the Philips HR1871 can be washed in a dishwasher, and the appliance has been designed to be as easy as possible to assemble.

The style of a juicer is always subjective, but we think the curves and silver design of the Philips HR1871 make it an attractive model. Don’t overlook the appearance of a juicer, especially if you plan on keeping it on the kitchen work surface.

Overview of features:

  • Whole fruit juicer with an 80mm feeding tube
  • Two speed settings for different types of fruit and vegetables
  • 1.5L juice capacity
  • 2.5L pulp jug
  • Extracts up to 10% more juice than the Philips HR1861
  • Pulp container is integrated into the design
  • Sieve is easy to clean
  • Spout accessory for making juicer directly into a glass
  • Removable parts are dishwasher safe
  • Recipe book included

Buyer Reviews

The Philips HR1871 whole fruit juicer currently has a respectable average rating of four out of five stars on Amazon.co.uk. This suggests that the vast majority of buyers are happy with their purchase. In fact, out of the 83 reviews at the time of writing, 50 have given the Philips HR1871 the maximum five stars. We’ve summarised the main positive and negative comments from reviewers below.

Positive Comments

  • Juicer is capable of extracting large amounts of juice while minimising waste
  • Also produces less froth than other juicers
  • Easy to use and simple to put together
  • Relatively small work surface footprint
  • Feed tube can fit most fruits without pre cutting
  • Easy to wash by hand or dishwasher

Negative Comments

  • Very large fruits, such as pineapple, need to be pre-cut
  • Relatively noisy machine compared to other juicers

Conclusion

The Philips HR1871 Whole Fruit 800W juicer is a high quality model that’s perfect for people who need to juice quickly and without spending too much time cleaning up. The easy to clean parts reduce the chore of making great juice, and the large feed tube also cuts down on preparation time. It isn’t the cheapest model around, but the strong performance makes up for this.


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