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Buying Guide: This electric citrus juicer will make your summer brighter
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Buying Guide: This electric citrus juicer will make your summer brighter

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When it comes to freshly squeezed orange juice, homemade lemonade, or refreshing grapefruit juice, store bought alternatives just can’t compare to what you whip up in your kitchen. But juicing citrus by hand is a time-consuming process that few of us want to take on before our morning cup of coffee. That’s where this electric hands-free juicer comes in.

How It Works

This easy to use 1-button automated juice press will have you sipping on freshly squeezed citrus juice before you know it. Unlike handheld juice squeezers or manual citrus presses, this electric juicer takes the elbow grease out of whipping up your favorite beverages. It’s easy to clean too since all removable parts are top rack dishwasher safe.

Endless Possibilities

Whether you love a glass of freshly squeezed orange juice with breakfast, want to make a healthier batch of lemonade for your kids, or like experimenting with summer cocktail recipes, the possibilities for this juicer are endless. You can even use it to make desserts and marinades.

Why Customers Love It

Amazon customers loved the Vinci hands-free electric citrus juicer, giving it an average rating of 4.4 out of 5 stars. Some reviewers loved that they were able to make real orange juice without artificial flavors and high sugar content. They also liked that this juicer cut down on waste created by handheld juicers since the electric model extracted all the juice and pulp from each piece of fruit. It was also the perfect juicer for big batches of lemonade or homemade cleaners—one customer juiced 8 lemons in less than 20 minutes.

Vinci Hands-Free Electric Citrus Juicer available from Amazon

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