L’Equip 215 XL Juicer Review
L’Equip 215 XL Juicer my thoughts:
When my juicer packed up a while ago, I figured that I would be better off without one, since the cost of replacing a broken item is an obstacle in most cases. Who needs a juicer anyway, seeing that juices can be bought from any supermarket or take-away outlet? So I decided to stay without a juicer.
However, the last few months have taught me that a health conscious person such as me cannot be without a juicer. Yes, so-called “fresh” juices are readily available at every grocery dealer and or café, but I have learned that the “fresh” in the bottle does not really exist. What you get for your hard-earned money is nothing but fruit pulp that was reconstituted using tap water… definitely NOT my cup of (health) tea! I began to miss having a juicer.
So I decided to look into buying a new juicer, and came across the L’Equip 215 XLB Juicer. Not too expensive, so that was plus point no1.
Strong enough to do its work well, but not too large for a single person with a small kitchen, the Heavy Duty 600 Watt universal motor in a not-too-bulky casing seemed ideal. An extra bonus is that it looks nice too, so no problem with leaving it on your kitchen counter for convenience. Furthermore, to someone who thoroughly believes that “an apple a day keeps the doctor away,” the fact that the extra-large circular feed tube can take a whole apple at a time was a deal clincher.
I purchased my L’Equip 215 XLB Juicer and never looked back ever since. It is fast and effective, and with an RPM ability of 11000, it makes short work of even the hardest vegies, such as carrots. I also have peace of mind regarding a break-down, since the machine has a 6-year warranty.
Juicing parts were made from high quality stainless steel, and the pulp ejection system prevents clogging. Easy to clean, this machine make life a bit easier in a small kitchen. All top parts are dishwasher safe.
The only slight draw-back is the fact that feeding an entire apple can cause a bit of a problem, but I found that cutting the apple in half solves the problem.
Would I recommend it to a prospective customer? Yes, if you’re single and your needs do not go beyond extracting the juice from fruit and vegies.