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Currently, I am using a household Champion Juicer. I purchased it in 2000 and have been using it almost everyday. Basically, the household unit is good enough to produce juice for a standard family everyday. The Champion commercial juicer is meant for those who want to juice many times in a day or a big quantity at a single juicing session.
I find that for the price of a household Champion Juicer at $200-$250, to spread across the number of years that it could serve you, it is really negligible. If my Champion Juicer is going to last for 10 years (I think I have been pretty conservative in so saying), I am paying $20-$25 per year, $1.67-$2.08 per month and a mere $0.05-$0.07 per day!
$0.07 a day for Champion Juicer to extract the best nutrients out of fresh fruits and vegetables? That is great exploitation!
Here’s some technical figures that may bore you to sleep but it’s important information you need for comparison between the household and commercial models.
Comparison Between The Household and Commercial Models of Champion Juicer
|Horsepower||1/3 HP||1/3 HP|
|Watts||540 watts||650 watts|
|Operating Voltage||110 volts||110 volts|
|Motor Shaft||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel|
|Average retail price||$200-$250||$230-$270|