Powerful Masticating Juicer for Whole Fruits and Vegetables, Fresh Healthy Juice, Sorbet, Ice Cream, Wide Mouth 75mm Feeding Chute, BPA Free, 240-Watt, Cold Press, Black Stainless Steel Fridja f1900 [Energy Class A++]




Weight: 4.7 kg
Dimensions: 15 x 20 x 49 cm; 4.7 Kilograms
Brand: FRIDJA
Model: F1900
Colour: Matte Black
Colour: Matte Black

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263 Responses

  1. ArdenSnephwzsy says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 2 From Our UsersReally enjoying this juicer. Not sure what all the bad reviews are about. Juices celery, kale, spinach really well. I usually start juicing with something firm and end with something watery like cucumber. This helps push everything through. Not bad for the price at all. Use the strainer if you do not want the pulp.

    Really happy with my purchase

  2. BaileyKovach says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 2 From Our UsersReally enjoying this juicer. Not sure what all the bad reviews are about. Juices celery, kale, spinach really well. I usually start juicing with something firm and end with something watery like cucumber. This helps push everything through. Not bad for the price at all. Use the strainer if you do not want the pulp.

    Really happy with my purchase

  3. GiselleWardell says:

     United Kingdom

    I love this juicer it’s so easy to use and makes amazing nut milks the only thing I can say that where the pulp comes out it’s hard to clean you really have to get right in the corner to get it out so no food ect gets stuck other then that it’s an amazing product and I would recommend to anyone.

  4. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I love this juicer it’s so easy to use and makes amazing nut milks the only thing I can say that where the pulp comes out it’s hard to clean you really have to get right in the corner to get it out so no food ect gets stuck other then that it’s an amazing product and I would recommend to anyone.

  5. ClevelaPve says:

     United Kingdom

    I always read the bad reviews before buying something, but decided that there was enough great reviews so bought anyway, and honestly not sure what they were talking about. I don’t often review, as you can see, but so impressed I felt I had to do so. Had two or three juicers over the last six or seven years and definitely the best one I have had – including over a 270 Sage model. The pulp comes out paper dry so you know you are extracting the absolute most amount of juice, and it doesn’t spray any leaks of juice from the feed chute or the edges, which sone other machines do. It’s easy to put together and clean. Small surface area so doesn’t take up lots of space on your counter either. Not sure what more you could ask, and definitely consider it excellent value for money!! 🙂

  6. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I like it because the juicer works well, it is very hard to clean the filter, the apple bits will not come off even with brushing it for a long time, the fruit dried up and stick in the small holes and very hard to get it off.

    Not easy to clea

  7. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I like it because the juicer works well, it is very hard to clean the filter, the apple bits will not come off even with brushing it for a long time, the fruit dried up and stick in the small holes and very hard to get it off.

    Not easy to clea

  8. EvelynWienholt says:

     United Kingdom

    I love the fact that the pulp is collected outside the machine so you can keep on making large volumes of juice. It’s wonderfully silent (after my centrifugal juicer), fast and really cool looking. The juice is amazing quality. Quickly get to grips with assembling, dissembling and cleaning. 100% easier than my previous machine. I was dubious about buying it due to some of reviews but am quite literally thrilled to bits. It makes a delicious ginger and apple ginger for easing chronic inflammation.

  9. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I love the fact that the pulp is collected outside the machine so you can keep on making large volumes of juice. It’s wonderfully silent (after my centrifugal juicer), fast and really cool looking. The juice is amazing quality. Quickly get to grips with assembling, dissembling and cleaning. 100% easier than my previous machine. I was dubious about buying it due to some of reviews but am quite literally thrilled to bits. It makes a delicious ginger and apple ginger for easing chronic inflammation.

  10. BrentKater says:

     United Kingdom

    Top tip for this juicer is DO NOT PUT IN THE DISHWASHER! I had a bit of trouble cleaning some of the parts and in the end relented and put them in the dishwasher, albeit on a cool wash. Big mistake! It’s a great juicer and I have re-ordered the damaged parts which Fridja customer service very kindly gave me a discount coupon on. However in hindsight should have adhered to the advice in the manual. Hopefully Fridja will re-design this juicer in future to make it easier to clean. I still love it though, and remain a happy customer.

  11. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Top tip for this juicer is DO NOT PUT IN THE DISHWASHER! I had a bit of trouble cleaning some of the parts and in the end relented and put them in the dishwasher, albeit on a cool wash. Big mistake! It’s a great juicer and I have re-ordered the damaged parts which Fridja customer service very kindly gave me a discount coupon on. However in hindsight should have adhered to the advice in the manual. Hopefully Fridja will re-design this juicer in future to make it easier to clean. I still love it though, and remain a happy customer.

  12. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Easy to assemble, clean and use. But I feel that fruit gets wasted because some fruits like pineapple ends up where the pulp still has a lot of juice in it. But most of the fruits get squeezed to the core.

  13. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Easy to assemble, clean and use. But I feel that fruit gets wasted because some fruits like pineapple ends up where the pulp still has a lot of juice in it. But most of the fruits get squeezed to the core.

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