Hurom slow juicer, anyone using?

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slmkhoo
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Re: Hurom slow juicer, anyone using?

Post by slmkhoo » Wed Jul 20, 2016 2:02 pm

BigDevil wrote:Anyone wants to exchange white elephants?
I have bread machine and soya milk maker to offer. :lol:
That's a good idea! Sorry I don't want the 2 things you mention, though. I have a nearly brand-new thermal pot which I don't use. Maybe there should be an "exchange thread"?

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Re: Hurom slow juicer, anyone using?

Post by pacetone » Fri Jul 22, 2016 4:45 pm

I have some brand new "white elephants" in the house.

1. Tefal cordless steam-iron
2. Tefal slow juicer
3. Corelle dinner set

and a few more which I can't remember now.

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Re: Hurom slow juicer, anyone using?

Post by ngl2010 » Fri Jul 22, 2016 5:33 pm

pacetone wrote:I have some brand new "white elephants" in the house.

1. Tefal cordless steam-iron
2. Tefal slow juicer
3. Corelle dinner set

and a few more which I can't remember now.
Why the cordless steam-iron became white elephant? Is it so troublesome to set up? I plan to buy one but I wonder whether it is troublesome to use it.

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Re: Hurom slow juicer, anyone using?

Post by pacetone » Mon Jul 25, 2016 5:54 pm

ngl2010 wrote:
pacetone wrote:I have some brand new "white elephants" in the house.

1. Tefal cordless steam-iron
2. Tefal slow juicer
3. Corelle dinner set

and a few more which I can't remember now.
Why the cordless steam-iron became white elephant? Is it so troublesome to set up? I plan to buy one but I wonder whether it is troublesome to use it.
Heard from my colleague that it is troublesome - you need to charge, take it out to iron, then charge again and iron, unlike those with cord, can iron all the way.

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Re: Hurom slow juicer, anyone using?

Post by ngl2010 » Mon Jul 25, 2016 5:55 pm

pacetone wrote:
ngl2010 wrote:
pacetone wrote:I have some brand new "white elephants" in the house.

1. Tefal cordless steam-iron
2. Tefal slow juicer
3. Corelle dinner set

and a few more which I can't remember now.
Why the cordless steam-iron became white elephant? Is it so troublesome to set up? I plan to buy one but I wonder whether it is troublesome to use it.
Heard from my colleague that it is troublesome - you need to charge, take it out to iron, then charge again and iron, unlike those with cord, can iron all the way.
Thanks for the sharing, pacetone


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Re: Hurom slow juicer, anyone using?

Post by makanbees » Wed Aug 03, 2016 11:34 am

Thanks for the sharing, pacetone

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Re: Hurom slow juicer, anyone using?

Post by bethanyl » Mon Aug 15, 2016 3:35 pm

Just bought one for my mum! And we enjoy fresh juices everyday!
Don't dare to buy it online cos there is too much pirated version out there in the market.
Bought it @ $700+ with instalment. (0% interest)
Hurom is definitely worth the price. Comparing with the one my friend bought online (other brand), the function is totally different! Hurom is much more easier to wash and clean.

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Re: Hurom slow juicer, anyone using?

Post by BranT » Fri May 18, 2018 10:52 am

I've had this juicer for years and I went through many juicers before I found it. I love it. Yes there is a bit of a learning curve especially if your used to a center fusion juicer. The secret is to rotate your fruits and vegetables. Celery, parsley, and ginger will plug it up fast if you don't cut it into tiny bits and rotate it with carrots or other hard vegetables. But once you've got that down it's the best juicer. Also if you don't like pulpy juice (like me) just run it through a strainer (I've got one that fits the top of a cup that works great).

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Re: Hurom slow juicer, anyone using?

Post by cacaroline » Thu Feb 13, 2020 11:47 am

Jennifer wrote:
Tue Apr 08, 2014 9:14 pm
Thinking of getting a lemon juicer that can juice hard, soft, vegs.

Anyone using Hurom can share reviews?
I have no experience with Hurom, I use an electric juicer like Breville. It has two cutting modes, not only suitable for apple, orange, pear, but also a good choice for making vegetable juice. 850 watts of power can break hard things.

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