From Ann Starck of LaBelle, Florida on 11/14/2014.
Assembles/works/cleans so easily! I feared a large learning curve. Juice was astounding! Now to find a use for those colorful little discarded food cylinders? Maybe saturate them with epoxy and make sculptures with them?
From Traci Walden of Corning, California on 10/16/2014.
I used this product at my friend's cleansing clinic and the first thing I noticed was how dry the pulp was when it came out. I also like how user friendly it was and appreciated the ease in which it can be cleaned and put back together. The only thing I would improve upon is the size of the hopper, as you sometimes have to cut the produce into small pieces. All in all, I am VERY satisfied with my purchase and would recommend this product to beginners and hard core "foodies" alike.
Easy to Clean & Efficient
From Anonymous of Boston, Massachusetts on 9/5/2014.
This juicer is my favorite so far. It has a screw that pushes the fruit/vegetable against a steel screen that holds back the pulp and lets the juice flow through, separating the juice from the pulp into two different containers. Out of the three juicers I've ever owned, this is by far the easiest to clean. I've used this for 3 weeks now and I only see 3 Cons: 1. You need to cut the food reasonably thin to allow easier processing (mostly carrots, kohlrabi or other hard foods), if you don't then you'll notice the juicer struggling and that will most likely ruin the motor/engine faster.2. Sometimes kale and cabbage can be difficult to process (but not impossible). It can get "stuck" going round and round inside the screw because of it's thin and smooth surface. Not a huge issue, I normally throw in an apple or something when this happens to push the cabbage/kale through.3. The steel screen can be blocked by an excess amount of pulp if you don't peel some types of vegetables, specifically harder skinned foods. This doesn't stop you from being able to juice or get juices, but I've noticed that you get less because the juice won't be able to go through the steel screen, and will be pushed through the whole system and enter the container where the pulp goes.I would suggest that when you use this juicer, juice the foods that have the least amount of hard fleshy outsides first, then you won't clog the steel screen as quickly and you can maximize the juices you get.Tons of pros, but I won't bother listing because you'll see them in other reviews. 100% worth the money and with a 10 year warranty, this thing is probably the best out there.Have fun, and get Juicing! :)
From Dek Sison of DUBAI, United Arab Emirates on 4/4/2014.
for me, this juicer is a great product, easy to assemble, Easy to Operate, easy to clean, and moreover the enzyme of the vegetables and fruits is intact.
Off my meds
From Jose L of Valejho, California on 12/31/2013.
using this juicer for about a year. After 6 months of regular juicing I managed to get off my cholesterol meds. Jose
11/17/2015 – Hello, What is the difference between the Samson 6-1 Juice Extractor and the Samson Advanced Juicer ?Everything looks . . .
Response From Healthnut Samson A&B Health Wholesale: Functionally, both models are the same; the advanced uses a newer material for the front end parts that is 8X stronger than the original 6-1.
11/15/2014 – Hello,May I ask for how long you can store a juice made with this machine without losing nutrients and preventing oxidation? . . .
Response From Healthnut Samson A&B Health Wholesale: That is a hard question and there are no real studies about this for any juicer. Generally, we encourage drinking the juice within a few hours of juicing. It tastes best that way. You can refrigerate for a week or more. Mostly the taste changes.
1/8/2014 – How much fibre do you retain using the Samson 6in1 juicer?
Response From Healthnut Samson A&B Health Wholesale: This is a difficult question to answer. Basically, juicing is the process of separating fiber to create juice that retains enzymes and vitamins. The amount of fiber separated depends on the produce your juicing, combinations of produce, quality of produce and how much pulp you desire in your juice.
9/23/2013 – Hi, I was just cleaning my GB9001, It works fine but I noticed something moved inside a little bit as I rock the unit back . . .
Response From Healthnut Samson A&B Health Wholesale: If you are referring to the drum moving, that is natural. If it was totally rigid it would be more apt to break.
6/24/2013 – I want to juice a good volume of pineapple. What can I expect from this juicer?
Response From Healthnut Samson A&B Health Wholesale: Pineapple is very fibrous and is difficult to juice in many juicers without proper preparation. The FruitStar juicer has been reported to do a good job on pineapple. If that is your primary produce source, you might want to look at that unit. http://store.samsonjuicers.com/fruitstar-vertical-p279.aspx
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