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Black & Decker Juice Extractor JE2400BD Review

Editor's Note: This review has been removed from our side-by-side comparison because it no longer ranks as a top 10 product. The original review is below, but check out our current top 10 about Juicers here.

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Black & Decker Fruit and Vegetable Juice Extractor image: A breakdown of this juicer's many parts.

Black & Decker Fruit and Vegetable Juice Extractor image: A breakdown of this juicer's many parts.
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Black & Decker Fruit and Vegetable Juice Extractor image: A page from the user manual showing how to assemble the juicer.

Black & Decker Fruit and Vegetable Juice Extractor image: A page from the user manual showing how to assemble the juicer.
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Black & Decker Fruit and Vegetable Juice Extractor image: This shows the removable strainer.

Black & Decker Fruit and Vegetable Juice Extractor image: This shows the removable strainer.
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Black & Decker Fruit and Vegetable Juice Extractor image: A close-up of the power switch.

Black & Decker Fruit and Vegetable Juice Extractor image: A close-up of the power switch.

Editor's Note: This review has been removed from our side-by-side comparison because it no longer ranks as a top 10 product. The original review is below, but check out our current top 10 about Juicers here.

Black & Decker has a long track record of producing top-of-the-line tools and home electronics. They’ve branched into the kitchen with the introduction of the Black & Decker JE2200B fruit extractor. By their fruits and veggies, you shall know them – and you’ll love what you find out about this Black & Decker juicer. Fruits and veggies go in the top and delicious juice comes out the side. It’s as simple as that.

To make homemade juice with the Black & Decker electric juicer, you must first cut up your fruits and vegetables into small chunks. Then you can push the chunks through the feed chute. The stainless steel blades do all of the work, extracting delicious juice in a 300 ml pitcher on the side of the machine. The pitcher has measurement marks on the exterior to show how much juice has been collected. It can then be removed to pour into the container of your choice.

If you’re worried about pulp floating around in your freshly squeezed juice, rest assured, the Black & Decker orange juicer has a 28-ounce pulp collector and a stainless steel strainer that siphons off the juice and leaves the fibrous pulp behind. We love this feature because you can then use the pulp for other purposes like compost, chicken broth mix-ins and even lasagna sauce filler.

Before you begin the juicing process, you should know a little about the juicer’s safety features. Black & Decker has outfitted this baby with a dual safety locking mechanism that should prevent any injury when you’re putting produce into the feed chute. It also has a non-skid bottom to prevent unwanted movement during juicing or prep. We are huge fans of the fruit juicer’s design – especially how easy it is to clean. Every part is dishwasher safe so all you need to do is rinse the pieces and stick them in the dishwasher.

When you compare juicers, you’ll find that the JE2200B actually has a pretty small feed chute compared to its competitors. The opening’s small size means you have to cut up your produce so it doesn’t get jammed. There is a clear lid so you can see what’s going on inside the juicer. But if you simply do a little prep work before you start juicing, Black & Decker’s juicer machine does just fine. It has 400 watts of power and stainless steel blades to get every ounce of juice out of your produce.