Citrus Juicer Attachment JE Style #100588129
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Juice citrus fruits quickly and easily with the power of your stand mixer. Simply attach the KitchenAid® Citrus Juicer to the stand mixer hub and get juicing directly into a bowl, pitcher or cup. For everything you want to make. KitchenAidÂ®.
- 9.8-in. x 6.8-in. x 5.0-in.
- 1-year hassle free replacement warranty
- Dishwasher safe
- Plastic; Shaft: alumiunum
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Citrus Juicer Attachment JE Style #100588129 is rated out of 5 by 16.
Rated 2 out of 5 by S&G from Poor design Several design flaws. Unless you are using a large pitcher, tall enough to be right under the juice,r be prepared for a big mess. This could have been solved by a) having a larger grid to contain the pulp, b) designing the body of the juice extractor in such a manner that the spout could be closer to a smaller pitcher or container. It seems to have been conceived for individuals with 3 hands: one to hold the fruit, one to hold a glass and one to hold the stand mixer so that it does no go backwards when you are pressing your citrus... A horizontal (instead of vertical) juicer would have been certainly a better, albeit more expensive, and less messy idea.
Date published: 2016-05-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by Jccwc from Works decent, but has a few issues I like that this attachment sets up easily and can be cleaned easily. I can juice the lemons off my tree quickly with this attachment. I got it on clearance so I overlook its issues. One, make sure to have a large pitcher underneath it with a strainer on top if you want to catch all the seeds. Which brings me to issue number two. Seeds slide the plastic strainer that's provided with the juicer hence my recommendation to have a strainer on top of the large pitcher. And three, find the right hand position to prevent juice from running down your arm when pressing the citrus on the juicer.
Date published: 2017-07-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by SG from Very poor design I bought this citrus extractor to avoid having another small appliance on the counter top. Unfortunately, it's so poorly designed that I prefer to use the old style manual citrus extractor for everyday use. Besides the sort of *reasonable* price, I really cannot came up with any pros on this attachment, perhaps the worst from all other KA attachments that I've used. 1) The extractor sits vertically (instead of horizontally) and leaves a very large gap between its spout and the countertop. Unless you use a very large pitcher that sits right under the spout you'll end with juice all over the place 2) The "vertical* design also means that you have to press horizontally against the mixer, which will skid backwards as you press (you may wish to bolt the stand mixer to your counter…) 3) The mesh for the pulp is so small that you need to clean it pressing one orange, otherwise the juice will overflow and get even more mess in your kitchen 3) All- plastic construction with a few cheap and non durable metal parts (the lock washer that goes on the rod broke after one use) 4) The few metal components are not stainless steel 5) Perhaps this was conceived for a 3 handed individual, as you need one hand to hold the fruit, one hand to hold a glass close to the spout and one hand to hold the mixer so that it does not skid backwards I hope KA reads this and eventually come up with a better designed attachment for this purpose.
Date published: 2016-05-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by Lisa juices from I like this juicer, but there is a grease problem I get bulk supplies of lemons and oranges and like to squeeze and freeze for use later. Once I'm set up, it goes along great and in no time my work is done :) The last couple of times I used it though, oil kept leaking and spraying from the gear shaft. I had to continually keep wiping it away to keep out of the juice.The grease leaks right where my juice is expelling. Can this be corrected? Would replacing the gear shaft fix the problem? When buying my KitchenAid mixer and additional parts, I felt I was investing in the best tools available. I would like to salvage the tool but do not want grease in my juices. Can you help? If we can resolve this issue, I would definitely recommend this accessory to friends and family.
Date published: 2016-05-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mambers from Great Juicer I got this as a gift off my wedding registry and it is awesome! Honestly, I want to use my kitchen aid mixer as more than a beautiful decoration, but very few things actually require mixing these days so I am glad I could put it to use. I haven't tried to juice a crazy amount of things as of yet, but this has been excellent for juicing oranges for mimosas. Super easy to install and quick clean up. It also takes up very little space, so I am glad I don't have to purchase a stand alone citrus juicer.
Date published: 2015-07-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by Greg from 10 Gallons of Orange Juice This season I used the Citrus Juicer to make 10 gallons of orange juice and one gallon of lemon juice. The "basket" is good for allowing the right amount of pulp into the juice and catching the big pieces. On the downside the "basket" fills up after juicing only two oranges. I then dump the contents into a strainer to recover the trapped juice. Also, the attachment needs to be cleaned after about a half a gallon of juicing because oil from the mixer shaft leaks into the attachment.
Date published: 2015-05-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by Jojo from Worst juicer attachment I returned to store after trying this attachment. Very awkward position to hold fruit for juice and juice runs down your hand . Half of juice wasted. I spoke with kitchenaid staff a while back that juice mechanism should be on top not sideways. Need to apply too much pressure to extract juice. Very tiring on hand to juice in this configuration. All juicers have ream on top not sideways. Kitchenaid needs to reconfigure this attachment!
Date published: 2016-04-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by Gritsy from God reamer until...... I happily attached my reamer to my stand mixer. It worked great until a small piece of metal fell off into the strainer. It is not the large washer but a smaller washer type piece of metal with cut outs. I can not determine where this piece attaches. The attachment still reams, but not well and with a lot of noise. I feel sure this can be remedied, but I am not sure how. Please help.
Date published: 2017-01-17
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