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I’ve used the Hamilton Beach 67650 every day since I received it last month, after doing a lot of research on affordable juicers. I’m happy to report that the juice extractor seems to be taking all vegetables with ease. The pulp comes out quite dry so I don’t have to run the pulp back through the juicer.
As this was my first juicer, I was looking for a juicing machine that was inexpensive, not require a lot of preparation of the fruits and vegetables, and easy to clean. Over the past two weeks, I have found the Hamilton Beach 67650H Big Mouth Pro Juice Extractor to meet all those criteria, and I am very satisfied with it so far.
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Upon unpacking the HB BMP, I made sure to read the short instructions, and then I carefully dismantled the machine and washed all the parts except the base, paying careful attention to the cutting basket. When I put everything back together I made sure that the cutting basket was firmly secure in its place.
I turned on the machine to process my first batch of vegetables. While the machine does make a vacuum cleaner kind of sound, it’s not as bad as I thought it would be. I slowly dropped in my baby carrots and plunged them down with the plunger, and the juice came out at one end and the pulp was extracted and dumped into the pulp bin.
Now, while this may be a Big Mouth, I still had to dice the apple since it wouldn’t fit down the chute. I inserted one piece at a time and was kind of surprised it took the plunger a few seconds for the apple to be fully extracted. The celery went okay as did the parsley.
For this juice, I got about 12 ounces of juice, which is certainly big enough for me. I took a drink. WOW! I’m in love. What a wonderful taste!
Overall, I’d say my first experience with the Hamilton Beach Big Mouth Pro was pretty good.
Here are some of the great features of the Hamilton Beach 67650 Juicer:
- Professional juice extractor with 1.1-horsepower motor and a commercial-style on/off toggle switch
- Stainless-steel micro-mesh strainer basket and die-cast metal lid-locking latches
- Big 3-inch feed chute fits whole produce for faster juicing
- 20-ounce juice cup, removable pulp bin, and cleaning brush included; all parts are dishwasher-safe
- Quick to assemble, it measures approximately 14-1/2 by 10 by 18 inches
- One-year limited warranty
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I just recently purchased two juicers: the Bigmouth Chrome and the Breville Compact Juice Fountain. As they are both in the same price/performance category of juicers I thought I’d briefly compare the two for you to see the differences. For the record, both of these juicers are my first go at juicing.
First, both are winners and perform flawlessly the task of extracting juice from a wide variety of vegetables and fruits. Both have strong motors that easily do the job at hand. Both are easy to use and clean. Both are well designed and are easily taken apart and put back together.
In all honesty, the Breville Compact Juice Fountain which costs about 40 dollars more than this Bigmouth Chrome does have a few benefits which make it worth the extra cost. The Breville motor seems to be a touch more powerful and a touch quieter. The Breville doesn’t drip juice from the spout while emptying the juicing container. The Breville can chew up whole carrots without causing the machine to slightly “jump.”
The Bigmouth does have a larger pulp container that seems like a bottomless pit while the Breville’s fills up faster…so it’s a draw really. The Breville is easier to clean due to its clean design and lack of grooves and indentations.
All in all, both are amazing bargains for the price each cost. Owning both, I don’t think that I would regret having only one or the other. I use the Bigmouth and my wife uses the Breville. While the Breville’s slightly higher cost can be justified by the slight benefits it offers, the Bigmouth Chrome is an awesome machine that cranks out delicious juices no matter what I shove down its throat.
Here’s what one of the owners had to say about the Hamilton Beach 67650:
So my juicer ROCKS! Everything comes apart and rinses off. One of the things in the instructions that helped was putting one of those plastic grocery sacks in bucket thingy that collects the dried scrap pieces. I did a stalk of broccoli, a granny smith apple and a carrot. YUMMY!
It took fifteen minutes to wash the food, cut it up so it would fit down the chute, and juice it. Once I got done juicing I put the juice in the freezer.
By the time I was done rinsing off the juicer, it was slightly chilled. Perfect! The blade thing cleaned off pretty easily with the brush. I was amazed at how dry the scrap pieces where. Not a bit of juice wasted. (D. Connelly)