Rabbiit Citrus Juicer by Metrokane
The classic and compact design of this hand-operated juicer will add a sense of nostalgia to your kitchen decor without wasting precious counter space. A rack-and-pinion gear system puts 600 pounds of pressure on citrus halves to extract all the juice. The stainless steel cone and funnel remove easily for hand cleaning. Metal construction. Measures 8" H x 7" W x 7" D. Lifetime warranty on moving parts.
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HORRIBLE JUICER I bought this juicer in red because I figured it would look good on the kitchen countertop since it has a kind of retro look to it. I assumed it would at least get an average amount of juice out of the oranges and would be an easy clean up. All it did was look good on the countertop because for anything else it is worthless. Putting in a small orange, it still couldn't get juice out of it. The edge of the orange would be too big for the metal part which pushes the orange down. The juice would overflow and get all over the place. Basically I had to juice 7 full oranges and only got about 2/3 of a small juice glass filled. The clean up was really bad also. Since there was juice all over the place and the juicer is a little heavy and clumsy to hold. This was one of the worst things I've ever bought so I'm just gonna clean it back up really good and let it sit somewhere as a retro art piece - all it's good for since people seem to look at it and wonder what it is. DON'T BUY IT!!! November 21, 2012
No good! This product is not at all worth the money. The gearing on the arm 'catches' as you try to bring it around. The cup that the cone sits in is very thin, and bent on the first squeeze (which, incidentally, causes it to not drain the juice completely). I used this for lemons, although its advertised as an orange juicer, and had to cut off part of the end so it could fit into the space between the cone and the arm mechanism - so I can't see an orange fitting at all. Definitely do NOT reocmmend. Guess I'll go back to my $5 plastic one and some good old fashioned "elbow grease". January 5, 2011
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