Champion juicers are often praised for being exactly what they’re named – champions. Champion only makes single auger masticating juicers, and there aren’t that many models to choose from. They don’t really need to have many models though, as the best masticating juicer they have will probably last you half a century.
Champion Juicer Reviews
Champion Commercial Juicer G5-PG710
No Champion juicer is going to win any award in beauty pageants; in fact, they all look the same in that strange, old-school, alien-like design. It doesn’t fit into any modern kitchen. To put it bluntly, this Champion juicer is plain ugly. In this compact little beast though, there’s a 1/3 horsepower motor that propels the cutting cone through anything and everything you push into the chute. This squeezes every last drop of juice from vegetables and fruits, preserving the taste and nutrients by doing it very slowly.
You can expect a motor so powerful to be really heavy. If you juice everyday and have space on the counter, it’s best to leave this guy out all the time. In fact, you can just sit there and juice all day without having to stop or pause at all. The pulp is pushed out continuously as you feed it; you can just place the juicer at the edge of the counter and position a large dumpster in front, then proceed to juice a mountain of fruits. Doesn’t it sound perfect for your fruit farm? No worries that the GE motor will overheat either.
Champion Household Juicer G5-NG-853S
A slightly smaller version of the Champion juicer, the G5-NG-853S while labeled as a household juicer, has exactly the same specifications as the commercial model: 1/3 horsepower GE motor, similar sized chute and works at the same speed. This model comes in a few colors, while the commercial one comes in a smokey color. In any case, they’re still not attractive juicers.
The Champion juicer is no cheap juicer, but as it will last decades and parts are replaceable, the price is worth it. Get it here.