Best Quiet Juicers on the Market

Best Quiet Juicers

Since one of our website’s aims is to provide insight into the quiet home appliances, we have to look also at pros and cons of each such device. Juicers are getting on popularity each passing year, since more and more people prefer pure juice, without added sugar. That means preparing it yourself. Those who already have juicers know for sure that these devices can be quite noisy.

But what if you want to make a juice early in the morning? Maybe you are a night owl and you want to prepare it at 2 AM, without waking half the neighborhood. To save you time and effort, I’ve put together a list of the best quiet juicers on the market.

When looking for a quality juicer, you will find out that there are two main types of juicers, masticating and centrifugal. But what’s the difference between the two?

Masticating vs. Centrifugal System

Masticating juicers use grinding or chewing technology which operates at very slow speed, and basically ‘chews’ the fruit into a pulp. These juicers do not use spinning blades.

Centrifugal juicers are more common than masticating juicers and basically use the same technology as most blenders. They use flat cutting blade, which is usually positioned at the bottom of the juicer, where it’s attached to spinning strainer that rapidly rotates.

Which is Better and What to Look For?

Since they use different technologies, the end juice result also varies.

What to Look For:

Noise Level

As you can probably guess, generally, the masticating juicers are much quieter than centrifugal ones, simply because they operate at slower speeds and do not use spinning technology.

However, there are several centrifugal juicers that use various sound-isolation technologies, which directly compete with masticating juicers in regard to noise.

But since that is rather the exception than the rule, don’t be surprised if most juicers on this list use masticating technology.

Enzymes

Besides taste, minerals and vitamins, one of the reasons people tend to look at enzyme absorption. Since masticating juicers squeeze the juice out of the fruit and vegetables very slowly, the friction goes out of the window. This also means that the fruit and vegetables will remain at the +- same temperature.

Since spinning strainers that are used in centrifugal juicers rotate at very high speeds, they generate a lot more friction and also heat. Over the last couple of years this information has led to rumors that the combination of heat generation and friction will destroy all the enzymes. However, in most, if not all cases, this is not true. Enzymes will not be destroyed unless you generate heat level of 118°F (47.7°C), which is practically impossible to achieve with centrifugal juicers.

So in regard to enzymes, you will do no harm with either juicer system.

Pulp

If you are not a fan of the fruit pulp, then you will likely go for a centrifugal juicer. Since the spinning blades will shred the fruit or vegetable to micro-pieces, you are not going to taste pulp.

On the other hand, masticating juicers will product bigger pieces of pulp, since the chewing technology doesn’t have a proper way to deal with it.

Personally, I don’t mind pulp being in the juice. There are also several benefits of the pulp. One of the main benefits is the fiber. Most vitamins and minerals are contained in the juice, but the pulp contains far more fiber. However, if you would go for a centrifugal juicer and still want to keep the pulp because of the fiber, you can still eat it from the strainer leftovers.

Juice Volume

Since the process of making the juice is very different between these two technologies, it was quite easy to find out (through direct volume comparison) that masticating juicers produce a bit more juice from the same fruit / vegetable volume than centrifugal ones. It also depends on the juicer itself, but in most cases you can count on about 14-22% more juice produced with masticating juicers.

Preparation

This is a win for centrifugals by a long shot. Since they usually have larger containers, in most cases you can use whole pieces of fruit / vegetables and simply start juicing. Masticating ones have smaller containers and cannot handle whole pieces, so you have to chop them down to smaller bits, which can be annoying if you plan to juice every day.

In the end it is up to you which technology suits you better.

5 Best Quiet Juicers

Since we have covered the basic pros and cons of each technology, let’s jump directly onto our list of the best quiet juicers on the market.


1) AMZCHEF Slow Masticating Juicer

AMZCHEF masticating juicer using cold press technology made it to our list mainly because of the features and noise level.

AMZCHEF Slow Masticating Juicer

This particular juicer’s motor operates on 55 RPM, which, according to the manufacturer, will not generate over 60 dB (decibels). This makes it indeed a very quiet juicer. The cleaning rack is made of food-grade silicone, which helps to clean and pre-clean the juicing bowl wall. AMZCHEF juicer is made of BPA free and FDA approved materials. The repair warranty is 1 year.

Pros and Cons

Pros
  • Quiet run at 55 RPM
  • Easy to clean
  • Forward and reverse function
  • Overheat protection feature
Cons
  • Repair warranty is only for 1 year

Our rating: 4.9 Star Rating 4.9 / 5


2) KOIOS JE-70 Centrifugal Juicer with Big Mouth 3” Feed Chute

Centrifugal juicer JE-70 by KOIOS made it to our list of the best quiet juicers because it is a perfect combination of power, result and minimum noise.

KOIOS JE-70 Centrifugal Juicer with Big Mouth 3” Feed Chute

This powerful centrifugal juicer is equipped with a pure copper motor of 1200 Watt power. It has several RPM settings, from slower 12000 RPM to faster 18000 RPM, which is very efficient against hard vegetables like carrots. The machine offers simple design that is quite easy to clean. It also offers extra-large feed chute of 3 inches, which allows you to whole foods (like an entire apple), so there is no need to chop it to smaller pieces. It is BPA free and FDA approved. While it is not as quiet as masticating juicers on this list, thanks to the isolation design it’s quieter than most other centrifugal juicers available.

The manufacturer offers 10-year warranty for motor and 3-year warranty for other parts.

Pros and Cons

Pros
  • Several RPM settings
  • Powerful 1200 Watt motor
  • Large feed chute for whole foods
  • Not as noisy as other centrifugal juicers
  • 10-year motor warranty
Cons
  • Pulp leftovers are not dry
  • Easier to clean than most centrifugal juicers, but still a bit harder than with most on this list

Our rating: 4.8 / 5


3) Homever Slow Masticating Juicer Extractor

Slow cold press juicer by Homever made it to our list as well because of the juice quality it provides and well-thought design.

Homever Slow Masticating Juicer Extractor

If you would like to get your hands on a quality cold press juicer with a slightly higher RPM (80), then Homever masticating extractor is the one to get. Its 150W motor guarantees less than 60 dB of sound. It uses an upgraded efficient spiral system and offers a reverse function. As with all the juicers on this list, it’s BPA free, uses security lock design and has ETL and FDA certification approvals.

Homever offers 1-month free trial and 2-year warranty for the juicer.

Pros and Cons

Pros
  • Extremely easy cleaning
  • All parts can be cleaned in dishwasher
  • Expels the pulp out the front into a container
  • Great customer service by Homever
Cons
  • Chute is a bit smaller, so you have to chop bigger food pieces and leaves

Our rating: 4.8 / 5


4) Sagnart Juicer Machine for Vegetables & Fruits

Our list continues with a cold press juicer by Sagnart. This one made it to our list because of the unique and efficient design and great results.

Sagnart Juicer Machine for Vegetables & Fruits

Sagnart masticating juicer uses very low speed motor, which operates at 55-65 RPM. Thanks to the low RPM, very little heat is generated. This model is very compact and lightweight, weighing only 7.56 lbs. It features standard forward and also reverse function, so the juicer will not get clogged. It is a tiny bit louder than other masticating juicers on this list – producing noise of 65 dB, which is still quite quiet. The parts of the juicer are detachable and easily cleanable. The entire juicer is corrosion and heat resistant. It also uses Tritan’s food grade material, which is FDA approved.

Warranty is not specified by the manufacturer.

Pros and Cons

Pros
  • 55 RPM generates pure juice without foam
  • Good for leafy greens juicing
  • Thanks to the vertical design, it takes very little space
  • Quick assembly
Cons
  • The process of making the juice is a bit slower than is with competition

Our rating: 4.7 / 5


5) Picberm Slow Masticating Cold Press Extractor

Quite different in design, yet still powerful and high-density juice yield built, Picberm cold press also made it to our list of the quietest juicers.

Picberm Slow Masticating Cold Press Extractor

Similarly to Homever, this masticating juicer works at 80 RPM and uses high-density 304 filter to achieve the highest juice yield possible. As with most cold press juicers, Picberm will not produce noise over 60 decibels. It also offers two extract settings, soft and hard speed, each working differently for various fruits and vegetables. According to the manufacturer, one of the setting is designed to also work nicely with leaf vegetables. One key difference in design is that Picberm includes bottom tray on which you put the container.

They offer 2-year whole juicer warranty.

Pros and Cons

Pros
  • Small and convenient design
  • Easy to assemble and disassemble
  • Works great with leafy veggies as well
Cons
  • Just as with most masticating juicers, you have cut the food into smaller pieces and Picberm is no exception in this
  • Since it’s very compact, the cleaning is a bit harder

Our rating: 4.6 Star Rating 4.6 / 5


I guess that’s all she wrote. I could add several more masticating juicers to the list, however, after searching a bit, I’ve found out that most other ones are practically identical with those on this list.

Summary on the Best Quiet Juicers

There you have it. Our list of the best quiet juicers on the market. Make sure that you check the pros and cons of each juicer carefully, to avoid bad surprises. I’m sure that you are now ready to pick your winner.


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