Hurm HH got a reward Red Dot Design 2013 as the best slow juicer.
Pressing method at a low speed. The juicer presses juice instead of grinding and thus allows a much higher yield of fresh juice while maintaining all the vitamins, fiber and enzymes. Compared to classical high-speed juicers, it prepares fresh juice in its purest form, full of healthy nutrients.
Maximum yield and juice quality
Juicing is performed by using a two-stage sieves which ensure maximum yield. Perfect processing of selected raw materials.
Very easy operation and maintenance. To compose and dismantle the juicer is a matter of a few seconds and no more time will be needed to clean it.
Your roommates will appreciate very quiet functioning of the juicer not only during the preparation of vitamin drinks early in the morning.
With Hurom HH you can process almost anything - all types of fruits and vegetables, cereal grasses or problematic berries (currant, gooseberry...), leaves vegetable, etc.
Powerful motor without excessive heating.
High performance, low-speed operating motor capable of processing also a very fibrous fruit and vegetables completely. The unit does not heat up thanks to the processing of fruit and vegetables at a lower speed.
We have been thinking about and have been testing juicers of all kinds for a long time, until we found a juicer that surprised us by its very quiet functioning, its amazing easiness of use and wash-ability, high reaming and a nice design. We definitely decided for this model, which we offer and with which we decided to spread further information about the importance and relevance of including fruit and vegetable juices into the normal life of each of us.
Proportions: 167 X 237 X 398 mm
Weight: 6,1 Kg
Colour: silver, wine red
Extended warranty: 10/3 (motor/parts)
Method of juicing: screw
Input power: 150W
Delivery time: 2-4 days from order
It is not possible to send it abroad.
|Weight including packaging||8 kg|
|Country of Origin:||South Korea|
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