The Purpose of This Comparison
The aim of this comparison is not to tell you that one juicer is better than the other. We simply want to provide an unbiased compassion to explain some of the differences between them and help you to decide which of these would work best for you and your needs. I can say that both juicers perform very well and will help you to provide your body with the proper nutrition it needs to live a long and health life. Enough said, let’s get strait to the comparison:
The noise levels of both of these juicers are comparable to each other. As with a lot of the centrifugal juicers, because they spin at higher RPM’s they will be fairly noisy when you are using them. Both of these juicers have about the same noise level but do sound a bit different. I found a funny comment on Youtube that describes the sounds perfectly:
uhhuh35: “The Jack Lalanne unit sounds like a wood chipper and the Breville sounds like a jet engine! Was it really that loud in your kitchen?”
and dandingo13 replied:
dandingo13: “That pretty much describes it perfectly. The Breville has quite a bit more power and you can tell from the sound of it. Yes, it is pretty loud but well worth it.”
The speeds of both of these juicers are sufficient enough to juice whatever you may throw at it. I say this because I don’t want you to get thrown off by the numbers I’m about to throw up at you:
The Breville Juicer has two speed modes a low and a high. The low speed spins at approximately 6,500 RPM (revolutions per minute) while the high speed spins at 12,000 RPM.
The Jack Lalanne Power Juicers has only one speed setting and spins at 3,600 RPM. This is a slower speed than the Breville Juicer but both will juice your fruits and vegetables just fine.
The Amount of Juice you get
When you are looking at a bunch of different juicers this is probably one of the most important things that you will want to look at. With any juicer you end up getting out there you will see that there are two byproducts of juicing – the pulp and the juice. In the end you hope to get very dry pulp and a glass full of delicious juice. Thankfully both the Jack Lalanne juicer and the Breville Juicer produce nearly the same amount of juice. This means that if you take exactly the same amount of ingredients and put them into the juicer you will get a nearly identical amount of juice that comes out.
I highly recommend that you do some research on your own to get a better feel on what will work best for your needs. Feel free to email me if you have any questions about the juicers or need some advice about juicing in general.
I recommend reading some reviews that people have on Amazon for both of the juicers. Here are the links to them:
Here is a video comparison from dandingo13 from YouTube: