Chef’n FreshForce Citrus Juicer (Lime)

April 5, 2017 - Comment

Squeeze yourself some fresh citrus with the Chef’n FreshForce Citrus Juicer. This brightly colored juicer produces up to 20 percent more juice than conventional juicers thanks to an innovative dual-gear mechanism that produces more pressing power and reduces hand fatigue. Durable nylon and stainless steel construction ensures a long lifetime of use. Great for juicing

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Squeeze yourself some fresh citrus with the Chef’n FreshForce Citrus Juicer. This brightly colored juicer produces up to 20 percent more juice than conventional juicers thanks to an innovative dual-gear mechanism that produces more pressing power and reduces hand fatigue. Durable nylon and stainless steel construction ensures a long lifetime of use. Great for juicing lemons, this kitchen and bar tool also works well with limes and small other small citrus fruits. Top-rack dishwasher safe. Choose smart, easy-to-use kitchen utensils that are built on tasteful design, new technologies, and the trusted reputation of Chef’n.

Product Features

  • This brightly colored juicer produces up to 20 percent more juice than conventional juicers thanks to an innovative dual-gear mechanism that produces more pressing power and reduces hand fatigue.
  • Durable nylon and stainless steel construction ensures a long lifetime of use.
  • Great for juicing lemons, this kitchen and bar tool also works well with limes and small other small citrus fruits.
  • Top-rack dishwasher safe.
  • Choose smart, easy-to-use kitchen utensils that are built on tasteful design, new technologies, and the trusted reputation of Chef’n.

Comments

T.R. Portland, Oregon says:

Size comparison for Chef’n Juicers This is a great product. I have a couple of the lemon juicers already but sometimes I have oranges that are too large for that one. I had some trouble determining if this one really is larger than the lemon juicer. Yep…it is. I’ll include a photo for comparison. As for durability, one of my lemon juicers did split at the hinge after a couple of years of pretty vigorous use. But the kind folks at Chef’n happily replaced it for me. The other lemon juicer (also a couple of years old) is chugging…

J. Hammond says:

Less juice than with a citrus reamer Have been using a citrus reamer at home for lemons & limes for cocktails & amped up water. 

Samich says:

and we love them – so much that we have all sizes … We’ve ordered Chef’n branded juicers in the past from Amazon, and we love them – so much that we have all sizes in each of 2 kitchens: lime, lemon, orange. Unfortunately this latest one arrived, and as you can see from the photo, it ain’t Chef’n. Cheaper plastic feel, no logo. Time will tell if it works as well as the Chef’n branded ones we have already, but obviously this one won’t have Chef’n warranty coverage. I appreciate they’re all made in China anyway, but part of a brand name is…

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