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KitchenAid® Maximum Extraction Juicer

Featuring a patented two-stage blade and auger system, this professional-grade slow juicer creates more juice with less prep work. The extra-wide feed chute easily accommodates large chunks of fruits and vegetables, and three different pulp screens make it ...Read More

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More juice, less work.

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Featuring a patented two-stage blade and auger system, this professional-grade slow juicer creates more juice with less prep work. The extra-wide feed chute easily accommodates large chunks of fruits and vegetables, and three different pulp screens make it easy to create low-pulp or pulpy juices as well as rich sauces and purees. It’s perfect for hard and soft fruits and veggies as well as leafy greens and wheatgrass. Shop All Juicing »

Features Hide

  • Two-stage slow-juicing technology uses an innovative blade and auger to slice, then process fruits and vegetables for less prep work
  • Slow juicing ensures maximum juice extraction
  • Three pulp screens provide a range of textures and make it easy to create low-pulp juices, pulp-rich juices and sauces
  • Extra-wide feed chute accepts a whole kiwi fruit or apple half
  • All-metal, die-cast construction provides durability, stability and strength
  • BPA-free juice pitcher
  • Available in three colors

Specifications Show

  • Manufacturer: KitchenAid
  • Model: KVJ0111CU (contour silver), KVJ0111OB (onyx black), KVJ0111WH (white)
  • Material: Die-cast metal, plastic
  • Dimensions: 11.5" x 6.8" x 17.9"
  • Weight: 30 lb.
  • Warranty: 1-year warranty
  • Made in China

Care & Usage Show

  • Wipe base clean. Do not immerse. Removable components are top-rack dishwasher safe
  • Designed to North American electrical standards and intended for use in the United States and Canada

What's In the box? Show

  • Juicer
  • 3 pulp screens with storage bag
  • BPA-free juice pitcher
  • Lid
  • Foam screen
  • Removable drip tray
  • Pulp container
  • Cleaning brush

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Customer Reviews

3.5 / 5.0
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Ex: Low yield compared to centrifugal juicer
I have been using a centrifugal juicer and decided to "upgrade" to an auger-press style juicer after doing research and believing I would get more juice from this more powerful, more expensive design. The KitchenAid is very quality built. It is a lot heavier than my centrifugal juicer, and wow does it have A LOT more parts!

I set the 2 juicers up side-by-side and juiced 2 apples and 2 carrots in each, weighing the fruit ahead of time to make sure I was making a fair comparison. The less expensive juicer made 2-1/2 times the juice (5 oz) compared to the KitchenAid which made 2 oz of juice. The pulp from the centrifugal juicer was dry and lightweight. The KitchenAid pulp was heavy and chunky - clearly still containing quite a lot moisture.

Summary:
I don't recommend the KitchenAid for the following reasons:
- low juice yield; wastes a lot of the fruit and vegetables
- expensive initial cost to purchase
- hard to clean
- incomplete instructions for setting up and using the juicer (seriously incomplete)
- many, many pieces to the unit
- pulp chute overflows the sides of the chute and "misses" the collection jar (seriously design engineers??)
- large volume of wet pulp left over (wasty!!!)
January 15, 2017
Originally posted at
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Highly Recommended
I've been using this juicer just about every day since I purchased it last November. Juicers, in general, are tricky, complicated appliances to use but KitchenAid has done a great job of focusing on usability and maintenance. For a start, the juicer is heavy so it holds its place on the counter and doesn't move around even when juicing hard produce. I also like that it looks like a beverage dispenser and dispenses downward with a convenient (and apparently totally unique) drip tray that confines any dripping and makes it easy to clean. I've sampled juice from other juicers and there is something about this juicer - maybe it's (another) unique feature of the gentle slicing blade that sits above the auger? I don't know - but the juice it makes is rich flavour and consistency. It looks great on the counter as well. I have the Medallion Silver which sits discreetly next to the stainless steel sink; the chrome elements on the juicer really pop. You can juice anything with this juicer including greens but, as with any appliance, you would do well to read the short manual before use to get the best results.
March 23, 2015
Originally posted at
KitchenAid
poor design and exceptionally fiddly to put together
Just purchased the Kitchen aid juicer, and I am returning it straight back to the store. very fiddly to put together and didn't cope at all with celery, spinach and apples. got blocked and jammed straight away and the blade was very sharp and awkward to remove
October 11, 2014
Originally posted at
KitchenAid
Easy to Use, Quiet & Yields a lot of Juice
Great Juicer! It's narrow, sleek design makes it easy to add this appliance to your countertop. The juicer itself is extremely efficient. It slices each piece of product quickly and extracts a high volume of juice. In addition it is extremely fast and easy to clean. Lastly one of my favorite features are that this machine is quiet as a mouse.
February 21, 2015
Originally posted at
KitchenAid
Easy to use and makes excellent juice
Had a chance to demo the juicer for about 8 weeks. Used it about 50 times and never was I disappointed. The juice quality, taste and texture was unlike any other I have I have experienced. My favorite was the High Pulp Screen andI loved the option of making sauces.
February 23, 2015
Originally posted at
KitchenAid
Juicing is my new hobby!
I love this juicer!! Doesn't take long to make nice juices and isn't that hard to clean. I love my juicer.
This review was collected as part of a promotion
September 9, 2016
Originally posted at
KitchenAid
Kitchen Aid Juicer
Great juicer, works well. Takes a little longer to clean, but well worth it!
May 16, 2016
Originally posted at
KitchenAid
very good product
my mum bought this new concept of product
and i just love it
it can take 20 to 25 minutes to prepare wash and all the processus to get your healthy juice and clean you appliances
yeah still a little bit hard to clean after use ,
but you end up with something VERY healthy that keeps you for sure away from
doctors , bacteries , health problem..........
the juice cleans everything in your body ,
December 2, 2016
Originally posted at
KitchenAid
Great
Work as expected
This review was collected as part of a promotion
February 5, 2017
Originally posted at
KitchenAid
Like mst things; dislike a few
I bought this to replace a Jack Lalanne juicer when its motor seized. I would never pay its original price but it was on a clearance sale, reduced by $150. I generally like KitchenAid products and figured it would be well made. It was certainly heavy enough! I lugged it home and set it up...and couldn't get it to work. I don't know how many times I took it apart and put it back together but eventually it came on. I have no idea what I did differently but I do think a better indication of what to do with the rubber gasket on the bottom would be helpful. What I like best is that it takes up a lot less room on the counter than my old product, making me more inclined to use it; the second best feature also makes me more inclined to use it which is that that all parts are dishwasher-safe..which is a good thing since teeny-tiny food parts get stuck in small crevices on the slicing blade. It is very quiet when in operation, and I like the notion of options for differing pulp amounts. Not sure I will use them however. I don't think it produces the amount of juice that my old juicer did (even if a lot of that was, perhaps, foam and pulp); and it seems that I always have some large slices left of whatever went in last which don't get moved down the grinder-thingy. Yesterday I juiced 5-6 very large carrots and had a pound of pulp left (and about 6 ounces of juice). That seemed like a lot to send to the compost heap so I made a carrot cake with it. That leads me to my biggest complaint: the amount of pulp left seems quite wasteful. Fortunately I have a large garden and produce is plentiful. Maybe KitchenAid should start a recipe section on what to do with pulp leftovers. So far I have come up with cake additions, dog cookie ingredients, and pasta sauce additions.
This review was collected as part of a promotion
October 9, 2016
Originally posted at
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how powerful is this juicer?
A shopper on Nov 19, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It has a 240 watt motor.
 

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