Black+Decker JE2400BD Fruit and Vegetable Juice Extractor Review

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Black+Decker JE2400BD

Black & Decker JE2400BD Fruit and Vegetable Juice Extractor is another truly affordable juicer that you can get below $50. This time it doesn’t really scream cheap just like the JE2060BL and the JE2200B. I can really sense elegance in this new design.

Black+Decker JE2400BD is a one speed centrifugal juicing machine, limiting your ability to only juice hard fruits and vegetables and citrus fruits. While this may seem unfavorable if you’re a beginner you will find this machine just enough for common juice recipes.

Don’t expect a durable construction with a cheap juicer, you really need to handle it with care. All the detachable parts are dishwasher safe for added convenience. The clear 28 oz pulp collector ensures continuous worry-free juicing.

Pros

  • Affordable
  • Dishwasher safe parts
  • External pulp ejection

Cons

  • Narrow feeding chute
  • 24 hour shelf life
  • Not BPA free
  • Noisy
  • It can only process hard produce, soft and citrus fruits
  • No juice jug included

Features & Product Details

Is it Easy to Use?

This juice extractor is pretty straight forward, assembly and disassembly is a breeze. However, since the chute is a little bit narrow compared to big mouth juice extractors you’ll have to chop your produce just like how you do it for slow juicers. This really defeats the purpose of being a fast electric juicer.

Is it Easy to Clean?

All detachable parts of Black and Decker JE2400BD are dishwasher safe for easy cleanup. The pusher, food chute, cover, cutter/strainer, pulp separator, juice spout, and pulp container can be placed at the top rack of your dishwasher. If you prefer cleaning it manually use warm water and soap mixture then scrub off parts with residue build up. You only need to apply gentle pressure for the plastic parts, be extra careful with the cutter. I wouldn’t really suggest running the cutter in your dishwasher as it will make the blades dull.

Juice Quality

High-speed juicers are quite inferior when it comes to yield and efficiency and this juicing machine is not an exception. It produces a wet pulp that you’ll have to put back in the juicing chamber to avoid wasting nutrients. High RPM motor intensifies the oxidation process making your juice frothy. This is the reason why juice extracted from this type of juice maker only last for 24 hours.

What Kinds of Produce Can it Juice?

A one-speed centrifugal juicer can only process hard produce and citrus fruits efficiently.

Hard produce such as cucumber, beets, apple, bitter gourd, pear, carrots, yakon, pepper, pumpkin, broccoli, fennel, watermelon, cauliflower, turmeric, sweet potato, garlic, celery, pineapple, asparagus, ginger and cilantro.

Citrus fruits include tangerine, lime, orange, mandarin, grapefruit and lemon.

It’s not recommended for juicing leafy greens alone such as kale, spinach, wheatgrass, etc., let alone making soy and almond milk.

Technical Specifications

TypeCentrifugal Juicer
Price$
Juice QualityGood
Juice Shelf Life24 Hours
MotorOne Speed (No RPM info)
Wattage400 Watts
Dishwasher SafeYes
Pulp EjectionExternal
Chute Size1.25 x 2 inches (crescent)
BuildPlastic (not BPA free)
DesignUpright
ColorBlack
Noise LevelHigh
Warranty2 Years
Best for JuicingDense Produce, Soft Fruits and Citruses
ApplicationHome & Personal Use

Verdict

Black and Decker JE2400BD Fruit and Vegetable Juice Extractor is intended for beginners, you can process common fruits and vegetables with it. It’s easy to use and dish washer safe. However don’t expect it to be your everyday juicer, most specially if you want to include green juice in your juicing routine. Save up some more and get a good cold press juicer.

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Zoey Garcia
Zoey Garcia

Zoey is the founder and editor of Juicing Journal. She's a nurse by heart and a healthy eating advocate. When she's not on the frontline, she loves to share her passion for juicing and smoothies.