Juice jug and froth separator, detachable spout, and cleaning brush included. Dimensions: 13"(L) x 11.5"(H) x 12.5(W).YOU CAN FEEL THE QUALITY WHEN USING. 120 VOLT & 900 WATT MOTOR. Great for home or small business. Or juicer bar at club or gym. AND JUICES FOR COOKING AND DESSERTS. 5 speed settings make this juicer more versatile, with lower speeds for softer fruits and leafy green vegetables and higher speeds to maximize extraction from dense foods such as apples and carrots. Nutri Disc with titanium-reinforced blades shreds both hard and soft fruits and vegetables with ease.
The 900 watt, high-grade 5 speed motor features a built-in electronic smart chip that increases power to the cutting disc under heavy loads. As a result, the filter extracts more juice and can make an 8 oz. Glass in just 5 seconds. The Breville BJE510 Juice Fountain Multi-Speed with variable speeds is a smart juicer that adjusts speed to extract the maximum juice with minimal waste.
A built-in smart chip increases power to the cutting disc under heavy loads so juicing is accomplished as efficiently as possible. How do you extract the juice from fruit, without leaving the nutrients behind?
Breville's Nutri Disc and patented juicing system extracts more nutrients than other juicers and transfers less than 1.8F of heat to protect enzymes and maximize nutrient absorption of select nutrients. The 900 watt motor has speeds ranging from 6500 rpm for softer fruits and leafy greens like cantaloupe or spinach to 12500 rpm for maximum extraction from denser foods like apples or beets. A smart chip allows the juicer to sense the load and adjust power accordingly, making juicing more efficient. The uniquely designed juicing system features an extra-wide feed chute that is centered over the shredding disc. This allows for more efficient juicing than systems that introduce ingredients on the side of the shredding disc.The 3 chute eliminates the need to pre-chop ingredients before feeding them into the juicer, saving you time. From 6,500rpm to 12,000rpm: 5 speed selector with LCD juicing speed guide to help maximize juice extraction. (3 wide): juice large fruits and vegetables with little to no cutting or preparation. With titanium reinforced cutting blades, which ensures the blades stay sharper for longer, and. Stainless steel mesh filter basket. For spinning out the pulp. Noise and vibration control: patented unique direct central feed system, which centers the chute over the Nutri Disc to minimize vibration and noise.
Combining high grade stainless steel and die-cast alloy for durability. Stainless steel body, micromesh filter, cutters, and engineering-grade polymers.
1.2 liter juice jug. The power cord wraps around feet and clips into position under the base for a reduced counter-top footprint.Prevents the juicer from operating without the cover locked into place. Prevents over-heating, automatically shutting the machine down when it senses that the machine is overloaded.
All materials that come in contact with food are. With the included cleaning brush. All parts except for the mesh filter basket/Nutri Disc and food pusher can be washed on the top shelf of the dishwasher.
I WOULD HAND WASH AND HAND DRY AND SET UP. READY FOR NEXT DAY USE!
ALL PARTS ALSO WILL LAST LONGER. THAN THE HIGH HEAT OF DISHWASHER. The Juice Fountain Multi-Speed (BJE510XL) is assembled in much the same way as every other centrifugal juicer we tested. First, the filter bowl and filter basket are each placed on the motor base. The filter bowl rests on the outside perimeter of the motor base while the filter basket is fitted to the motor coupling located at the center of the motor base.
Next, the juicer cover is placed on top of the filter bowl. The final part that needs to be fitted to the main assembly is the pulp container.
It is simply placed underneath the part of the juicer cover that extends from the main body of the juicer. Everything is then "locked" into place by lifting the safety locking arm from its initial horizontal position to a vertical position in which it clamps down on the top of the juicer cover.Note that the locking arm can be set to this vertical position. The pulp container is fitted to the main assembly. In other words, these two steps are interchangeable.
You can either fit the pulp container first (as we just described) or put the juicer's safety locking arm in a "locked" vertical position first. Finally, the food pusher should be placed inside the juicer's feeding chute and the included juice container should be placed underneath the juicer's juice spout. The juicer cover is the next part to be assembled (top left). Contrary to what we described earlier, the safety locking arm is pulled up into a vertical locked position next (top right).
Note that this step can be completed before or after the next step which is to fit the the pulp container underneath the cover (bottom left). Finally, the food pusher can be placed in the feeding chute and the juice container underneath the juice spout (bottom right).
One additional part included with the BJE510XL that is not included with most other centrifugal juicers we tested, is a removable rubber nozzle that fits onto the juicer's juice outlet. The nozzle is designed in such a way that it directs juice coming out of the juice outlet in a straight downward direction. Normally, juice exits the juicer at a high velocity and at an angle through the juice outlet.
This juice then "sprays" over a large area on the inside wall of the included juice container. The juice container has a large diameter and is fitted with a lid to prevent this spray from creating a mess on your kitchen countertop. By fitting the included rubber nozzle to the juice outlet, the juice exiting the juicer is redirected in a straight downward direction, which doesn't necessarily reduce the velocity of the juice, but does reduce the diameter of the juice "spray", allowing the user to collect juice in a glass or cup.Preparing produce for juicing with the Multi-Speed is a non-issue as most produce does not need to prepared for juicing with this juicer. We juiced five different fruits and vegetables of varying shapes and sizes when we tested the BJE510XL's performance. Only one of those fruits and vegetables required any cutting at all before it could fit into the juicer's 3-inch diameter feeding chute.
We juiced rather large sized Red Delicious apples which required that we cut them into quarters before they could be juiced. Cutting them into halves wouldn't have been sufficient as doing so would have kept their large diameter intact. By cutting them into quarters we cut the diameter of the apple pieces in half.
At half-diameter the apple pieces fit into the juicer's feeding chute quite easily. In order to test the BJE510XL's performance we used it to juice 1 lb. Each of five different fruits and vegetables. The fruits and vegetables used for testing were carefully selected to each be unique in size, shape, and consistency. Because the BJE510XL is a multi-speed juicer and for the sake of giving it to the best chance to succeed and produce maximum yields, we made sure to set it to the speed recommended by its manual for each individual fruit or vegetable.For example, the juicer's manual recommends that it be set to speed 3 for juicing peeled oranges. Thus, when juicing oranges, we made sure to set the juicer to speed 3.
After collecting and weighing the initial "out of juicer" yield we poured the same yield through a sieve into a measuring cup. This new yield is what we refer to as "after sieve" yield in the tables and discussions that follow. The same sieve was used for all tests for all juicers, to ensure that we could use after sieve yield as the best means to compare yields between different juicers. Out of juicer yield often varies according to how much pulp the juicer allows into the extracted juice.
Juicers with greater out of juicer yields are not necessarily extracting more. They may simply be introducing more pulp into the juice. Since most of the pulp content of out of juicer yields was collected in the standard sieve we used for testing, after sieve yields represents a virtually pulp-free juice. Thus, if you want to compare the actual. Yields of different juicers, focus on after sieve yields instead of out of juicer yields.
Juicing Performance Summary and Score. We tested five different Breville centrifugal juicers for review.The BJE510XL was the only Breville juicer we tested that did. Consistently outperform juicers from other manufacturers in those same tests. Average results in two tests, average results in another two tests, and. Average results in only one test.
The other Breville centrifugal juicers we tested garnered. Average results in at least four of the five tests. The Multi-Speed garnered below average results juicing carrots and celery and average results juicing oranges and grapes. Its only above average result was for juicing apples. However, its apple juice after sieve yield was still only good for last place among the five Breville centrifugal juicers we tested for review.Its below average results are especially concerning because they are not even close to average. The Multi-Speed's after sieve carrot juice yield of only 6 oz. Lowest yield recorded in the same test among the 17 centrifugal juicers we tested for review. Compare this result to the 10+ oz. Extracted in the same test by the Breville Juice Fountain Compact, Plus, and Elite. Almost equally disappointing is the Multi-Speed's after sieve celery juice yield of only 10.3 oz. A yield almost 3 oz.
Less than what was extracted in the same test by the Juice Fountain Compact, Plus, and Duo. What makes these results even more egregious is the fact that in order to juice both vegetables, the Multi-Speed was set to its highest speed setting, as recommended by the juicer's user manual. Soft fruits will often require a speed setting anywhere from 1 to 3. Depending on which speed setting is selected yields can vary.
Especially hard produce such as carrots and celery. Should be juiced at the maximum speed setting of 5. Thus, no scenario exists in which we could have possibly juiced either carrots or celery at a lower speed setting and possibly obtained better yields. If you're still not convinced that the Multi-Speed is a poor choice if you're looking to juice harder produce, consider the fact that its after sieve carrot juice yield of 6 oz.Less than its out of juicer yield juicing the same vegetable (carrots). Is equal to the weight of the pulpy puree we separated from the initial yield by pouring it through a sieve. They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Take a look at the picture below showing the amount of this pulpy puree we collected in the sieve. Needless to say, the thick pulpy carrot juice extracted by the Multi-Speed is not something most users will find appealing. Compare the amount of pulp 3.1 oz. In the Multi-Speed's out of juicer carrot juice to the 0 oz. Of pulp collected when we poured the Juice Fountain Compact's out of juicer carrot juice yield through a sieve and the 0.2 and 0.3 oz.
Of pulp collected when we did the same for the Juice Fountain Plus and Elite, respectively. The Multi-Speed's results in our carrot and celery juicing tests preclude us from recommending this juicer to anyone concerned about juicer yield and/or juicer performance and who isn't? We give the Breville BJE510XL 5 out of 5 for overall performance. Cleaning the BJE510XL was a fairly straightforward process.
After testing the juicer's performance on one countertop, we moved the whole juicer, fully assembled, to another countertop next to a sink in which we eventually cleaned all of the juicer's parts. We started off cleaning loose parts that didn't require any disassembly - the food pusher, juice container, and its lid.
We then proceeded to clean parts that required actual disassembly. To begin we first moved the juicer's safety locking arm from the locked vertical position back to an unlocked horizontal position. This allowed us to remove the juicer cover and the parts held in place underneath the cover - namely the filter bowl, filter basket, and pulp container.Each part was cleaned in the same order it was removed from the main assembly. So, we first cleaned the juicer cover, then the filter bowl, then the pulp container, and lastly we cleaned the filter basket. Cleaning the filter basket last allowed us to leave it in the sink to soak for a few minutes while we were cleaning the cover, filter bowl, and pulp container. The filter basket is by far the most difficult part to clean.
Giving it a few minutes to soak in warm soapy water goes a long way in making cleaning it at least a little bit easier. GREAT FOR HOME USE OR SMALL GYM JUICE BAR. OR AT ENVENTS AND OTHER SETTINGS.
To start the cleaning process, we first filled a sink about halfway with warm water. As we filled the sink with water we added a soap (a mild detergent) to the mix. To clean almost all of the juicer's parts we first placed them in the warm soapy water (we also removed pulp from those parts that required it) before washing them clean with a microfiber cloth.
Most parts were then rinsed under running water under the faucet before being placed on the counter on the other side of the sink on a dry towel to air dry. The only part that required that we clean it with something other than a microfiber cloth was the filter basket. Breville includes the same specialized cleaning brush with all of the centrifugal juicers they sell. We used this cleaning brush to scrub the BJE510XL's filter basket clean of accumulated pulp and juice stains.
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