Lets get it out of the way. Making your own juice is neither a cheap nor convenient endeavor, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be made quicker and easier by employing the right tools. If you’re the kind of guy that keeps fresh produce around (a good thing), then a juicer is a piece of kitchen kit worth having. We’ve had the Sharper Image Super Juicer here at the Gear Patrol
labs kitchen and it’s been a welcome addition.
First, the Sharper Image Super Juicer isn’t a very pricey addition to your all-natural drinking regime. At $80, it’s not a bank-denting purchase (unlike the Kitchen-Aid mixer we also use). A simple device, the Super Juicer is simple, Simply feed the peeled produce of your choice into the (very) wide-mouth feeding tube, then press them (slowly) into juicy oblivion. A few moments later, the Super Juicer’s 700-watt motor and stainless steel blade break down the fruit (or what have you), catching the pulp in its micro filter, leaving you with your own self-concocted juice.