BioChef is excited to announce the newest product to their Cold Press Juicer range - the BioChef Axis Compact Juicer. Perfect for beginners, this juicer can juice a wide variety of fruits and vegetables while maintaining a compact and lightweight design. With the launch of this new cold press juicer, we decided to investigate how the BioChef Axis Compact compares to the original and much loved BioChef Axis. Read on to find out more.
There are five main differences between the BioChef Axis Compact Juicer and the BioChef Axis Cold Press Juicer; these include the motor type, functionality, size and weight of the product, warranty period and the price.
The latest type of cold press or slow juicer on the market is the 'Whole Slow Juicer', 'Wide Mouth' or 'Whole Fruit Juicer'. Its primary selling feature certainly welcomes in a new era in slow juicing as the advanced wider chute can juice whole fruits or vegetables at one time, without the need for preparation.
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Compare the leading brands of horizontal slow juicers in the UK: Oscar, Omega and BioChef. Let us help you to compare important details like price, warranty, wattage and more!
Vitality 4 Life have distributed the Oscar Juicers for over 10 years in the UK. We have always regarded the Oscar Juicers to be the finest in the world, with their high quality parts and superior juice extraction, the Oscar Juicers in our opinion have been previously unrivaled.
BioChef has just released their latest slow juicer, the BioChef Axis; the very first horizontal style juice extractor from the brand. Fitting with their brand message, the BioChef Axis delivers on value and quality. Significantly cheaper than the other horizontal counterparts, the BioChef Axis is also backed by one of the longest warranties of any machine - a testament to the quality of the product.
Let's see how the BioChef Axis compares to Oscar & Omega up in terms of features:
Not all juicers are created equal and there is no debating that cold press juicing will deliver a far superior juice to any other juicer on the market, but which juicer should you choose? Which juicer is right for you? These are our most commonly asked questions. With such a large range to choose from it’s easy to become confused when trying to decide which is going to be the best model for you and your needs. Here we will help you demystify the subject of cold press juicers and help you make the right choice.
Vitality 4 Life are an industry leader in Cold Press Juicing and have had more than 20 years experience in delivering the best juicers on the market, in fact our range of Cold Press Juicers are regarded as the best in the world!
The juicer that you choose will depend on your own individual needs, be it functionality and usability, health or dietary there will be a juicer out there specifically designed to suit your requirements.
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How does the Oscar Vital Max 900 stack up against the Samson 9001 and the Compact juicers?
We have compared 3 types of single gear juicers; there are others such as the Matstone juicer, Lexsun juicer, Lexen juicer and Zenith juicer which are part of this comparison in the sense that they are very similar to the Samson juicer and/or Compact juicer in quality and design.
We feel we stock the best juicers in the world, and with good reason. But how do you choose between them?
Below are our most popular juicers and below them is a Juicer Comparison Chart, so you can compare our juicers side by side.
For the health inclined:
The best single gear juicer you can buy.
For the Chef:
Versatile and powerful the champion juicer is a complete kitchen appliance.
For the Raw Foodist:
Magnetic Twin Gears give this juicer the edge in nutritional content.
Champion 2000 Juicer Oscar VitalMax 900 Juicer Greenpower Hippocrates Twin Gear Juicer
Centrifugal juicers work by using a flat cutting blade on the bottom of a rapidly spinning strainer. The cut produce is forced against the juicing strainer through the use of centrifugal force. This force separates the juice from the pulp through the tiny holes in the juicing strainer.
While still hugely popular these juicers do have their downfalls. They are noisy, the high spinning speed creates a lot of heat that destroys vital nutrients and they clog often throughout the juicing process so continuous juicing is not possible. Probably the greatest fall back of the Centrifugal Juicer is the effort required to clean these machines. The strainers are huge and can be a real pain to clean, they can’t do wheatgrass or leafy green vegetables and as the pulp builds up in the strainers the efficiency falls rapidly. The process also involves drawing a lot of air into the machine, which oxygenates the fruit and vegetables and therefore produces a ‘dying’ juice.
Vitality 4 Life have put together some of your frequently asked questions about your juicer and juicing.
What is the difference between eating fruit and vegetables and juicing?
It takes on average 30 minutes to digest fruits and vegetables whereas juicing gives you an immediate burst of essential energy. Juicing takes the hard work out of digesting giving your body a rest, the juicer squeezes the juice out by using a pestle and mortar approach. The act of juicing helps to release the nutrition so we can more easily get the nutrients quickly. We do advise that you focus on juicing your vegetables and eating your fruit as they are easy to digest and easy to eat, the nutrients are released fairly quickly also the whole fruits help to cleanse your body and by juicing we lose the natural cleansing ability of the fruit, this will benefit our colon and kidneys.
Why cold press Juicers?
These machines operate by extracting juice by first crushing and then pressing