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Comes with 2 different stainless steel baskets: a finer grid basket (for juices and cocktails) and a coarser grid basket.

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Easy to assemble

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Easy to clean

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It is fragile

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The KRUPS ZB500E52 Slow Juice Extractor comes with 2 different stainless steel baskets: a finer grid basket (for juices and cocktails) and a coarser grid basket (for sauces, smoothies and coulis). It features a silent motor and a 3-compartment feeding tube as well as an anti-drip pouring spout. 

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Features

  • Continuous slow juice extraction (80 rounds per minute)
  • Silent motor (70 decibels)
  • 3-compartment feeding tube (1,5-ounce diameter each); external jug to collect compacted pulp
  • Anti-drip pouring spout
  • Made in France
  • 2-year worldwide warranty
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What's Included

  • 2 stainless steel baskets
  • Cleaning brush
  • 2 plastic jugs
  • 1 foam separator
  • Recipe book
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Does it come with one or two jug(s)? Bed, Bath and Beyond sells the same item with only 1 jug, not 2 as pictured here.

    It comes with two jugs. One for the juice and one for the pulp!

  • Is it 110v or 220v or both? Do I need an adapter meaning transformer from 110v to 220v to use in Europe? thank you

    Yes, you need an adapter to use in Europe.

  • Does it produce a lot of waste and how wet is it?

    It's not easy to answer this in definite terms like what is a lot or how wet it is, I hope my own opinion on the subject is helpful. I feel the waste is relatively dry, which to me means it is extracting as much liquid juice as it is capable from squeezing from the fruit/vegetable. I find the drier waste easier to clean up. As far as how much that depends so much on what is being "juiced" but when I look at what's left it seems to be about what I would expect considering the process it uses to extract the juice, in other words what is left is truly waste and not unprocessed juice, so I would call that relatively low waste.

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