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Breville ikon Juicer

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Powerful 900-watt motor makes an 8-ounce glass of juice in just five seconds. Extra-large feed tube takes in whole fruits and vegetables to minimize prep time. Features five adjustable speeds, from 6,500 RPM for soft fruits and leafy greens to 12,500 RPM for more dense foods like apples, carrots, and beets.

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