Philips HR1832/01 Juicer Review
My of Review of the Philips HR1832/01
I recently decided to start living a “healthier” lifestyle but was quite apprehensive when a friend recommended that I buy a juicer. Nevertheless, I took a chance and gave it a go. I bought the Philips HR1832/01 Viva Collection Compact Juicer … and my entire life has changed!
The Philips HR1832/01 Compact Juicer has a large 1.5 litre jug, which is ideal for me, since I live on my own and can prepare juice for breakfast and supper in one go. This allows me to incorporate the freshness of fruit into two of my meals for the day, allowing me to save more time for my daily activities. It also greatly reduces the amount of juice that I have to buy at supermarkets and take away outlets.
The juicer has a 500 Watt motor, which is ideal for preparing healthy beverages for one person, and the juicer is simple enough to keep clean without interfering with my fast, on-the-go lifestyle.
True to my active lifestyle, I used to buy lots of juice at supermarkets and take-away outlets. With my new juicer I can prepare most of my own healthy, nutritious beverages, providing enough energy and stamina to keep me going.
Although quite small, the Philips HR1832/01 Viva Collection Compact Juicer provides all the flair and convenience that I require when preparing a fruity drink, such as rendering a large quantity of juice. It is also easy to empty the integrated see-through pulp container and discard the juiceless pulp. And when in a hurry, I can make just enough juice to fill a glass (maximum 12 cm high) by putting the glass underneath the juicer’s integrated tap.
This juicer is significantly smaller than most normal juicers. However, as mentioned earlier, it has a large jug with a 1.5 litre capacity, allowing me to prepare 1.5 litres of healthy juice in one quick go. And since it’s so small, I can leave it on my counter top for convenience.
I have to admit that my earlier apprehension regarding juicers was mostly unfounded. The change brought about when I bought my juicer was well worth the risk taken, especially since it turned out to be not such a risk after all.