KitchenAid JE Stand Mixer Citrus Juicer Attachment

KitchenAid JE Stand Mixer Citrus Juicer Attachment
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Good until October 22, 2018 2:59 a.m. ET

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Juice it up! Instantly extract liquid from oranges, grapefruits, lemons, and other citrus fruits with this fine citrus juicer attachment. The unit's body, strainer, and reamer are all made of durable, impact-resistant plastic. From KitchenAid.

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KitchenAid JE Stand Mixer Citrus Juicer Attachment is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 10.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Poor Design First off, let me say that I am a huge KitchenAid fan and have many KitchenAid items including multiple mixers with many of the attachments. I was so excited to see there was a Citrus Juicer attachment, but it is a very poor design. Because you are squeezing the fruit sideways, juice drips down your arm while you are trying to extract it. Also the tray to catch the seeds clogs up every couple of oranges and needs to be cleaned very often. It does extract a good amount of juice but the design being sideways makes juice drip down your arm.
Date published: 2018-03-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic juicer This thing really works well, you just hold the orange or lemon up to it and it does the work. I juiced a case of lemons and put the jucie in ice cube trays and froze it.
Date published: 2016-12-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to Use and Clean I have the 5 qt Professional Lift. I purchased it around 2000. I don't have many of the attachments, but I purchased this one. I will buy a bag of lemons, then freeze the juice in an ice cube tray. I can include the pulp or omit it. I have rheumatoid arthritis, and I find it easy to use. My arthritis is centered in my wrists and hands. I didn't find it difficult or painful to use. I do not have to hold the mixer, but perhaps that is because I have a heavy model. One does need to clean the filter tray if doing large amounts. It isn't difficult. Pull out, rinse, put back. One can do about 3 lemons, sometimes more, depending on the size. I have a "recipe" for citrus desserts. I juice oranges, lemons or lime, cutting them in to 1/3 and 2/3, rather than 2 halves, although halves would work. I purchase the corresponding sherbet. After juicing, use a grapefruit spoon to clean out the pulp. Stuff the shell with the appropriate sherbet, and then place the 1/3 piece on top as a hat. Over stuff, and use sprinkles to make a face, and use the other piece as a hat. Freeze. The sherbet absorbs flavor from the rind, and that flavor cuts the sweetness of the sherbet, particularly for the lemon. If I don't want to stuff with sherbet, I freeze the rinds, and then use them in the garbage disposal. If you are doing a massive amount of juicing, perhaps it isn't the attachment for you. But, I did enough for lemonade for the 4th for 5 adults for a Sunday afternoon, which I think was around 36. I filled my Pfaltzgraff stoneware beverage dispenser, and put some in the fridge. I do 12 lemons at a time to freeze in the ice cube trays, and I have no problem. It all goes in the dishwasher. I store it in a ziploc bag. Few parts, cleans easily, and does the job. Maybe not the thing for fresh squeezed orange juice for 100, but for my use, the occasional picnic, and mostly cooking, it is perfect.
Date published: 2016-10-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great for quick batches of juice I got this juicer to attach to our smaller 5 qt KitchenAid (almond color) that we've had since 1983, which we use in conjunction with our 6 qt pro model KitchenAid (silver color). I leave the juicer attached all the time so when I need a quick batch of fresh lemon or orange juice, like for lemon or orange bars, I just flick on the KitchenAid, juice about 4 lemons, rinse off the attachment and I'm done. For those that mentioned the grid gets clogged... if you do several lemons, it would clog, as any manual juicer would, but the grid just lifts off so you give it a quick rinse, put it back on, and proceed juicing more fruit.
Date published: 2016-05-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best purchase. This juicer attachment is great,it's has never Failed meI always love enjoying making fresh orange juice !!!! :))
Date published: 2015-11-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Boo! KitchenAid's first failure! Do not buy this if you expect to do a lot of juicing... try the Food Processor jucing attachment instead. The drain tray gets clogged, juice runs all over. Bad design.
Date published: 2011-03-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Painful First of all, its awkward to try and juice at this angle (sideways rather than downward). Second, youve got to hold the machine at the other end to prevent it from just sliding away. The spinning action makes the awkwardly held fruit very hard to hold in place, especially once your hand gets wet with juice (I kept dropping my limes into the juice below). And depending on what speed you have it on, you're likely to juice your hand along with it. I juiced 10 limes with this earlier today, now my hand is in terrible pain. Its a shame, I wanted to use my mixer for more than just mixing, but this attachment will never be used again.
Date published: 2011-03-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disapointed This was not as I expected. Not worth the trouble of putting on the mixer. Have another juicer which is a lot better because you have more leverage when pressing the citrus fruit on the reamer. It works, but not as well as the other machine or your own hands.Had I used it right away, I would have returned it.It drips all over the place too.
Date published: 2009-09-14
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