The Nama Slow Cold Press Juicer

Unlike  , which incorporate air into the juice by spinning fast and squeezing, slow juicers crush the produce and squeeze juice while leaving behind pulp, resulting in high-quality, flavorful juice. A slow juicer also prevents oxidation and produces better-tasting, more nutritious juice that will last longer, even when stored in the fridge.

A masticating slow cold press juicer  , the Nama comes with nesting juice and pulp cups that are easy to maneuver, store, and clean, plus a wider pulp gasket (the area where juice is pushed out of and into the pulp cup, which tends to be harder to clean on other models). It’s a sturdy little machine, too, and it has a nice weighty feel to it, so it won’t tip or slide easily when in use. It’s also a bit more compact than other masticating juicers and should fit nicely in smaller kitchens.

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This juicer rotates at only 43 RPM, which is much slower than most other models we tested, resulting in low-oxidation, brightly colored, smooth-sipping juice. The machine is quiet, too, and it’s a great choice for anyone who wants to make a lot of juice at one time. Its smaller chute means you’ll need to spend more time preparing produce by prepping it into smaller pieces before placing it in the machine, but we found it did a good job pulling a high percentage of liquid from hard fruits and vegetables.

This sleek, modern-looking appliance oozes retro charm and is easy to handle and operate. It’s lightweight but stable on the counter thanks to suction cup feet that hold it firmly in place so it won’t move around when in operation. It comes with a small booklet that provides safety information, parts and assembly, cleaning, and recipe tips.

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