Hurom has a cult following among the juicing cognoscenti, but Olexy wasn't taken. "It's not sleek at all, and it's obnoxiously slow," she says of the machine, which is outfitted with a handy control lever. Though it produced dry pulp and handled soft fare well, it got hung up on skins, and lots of drippings built up under its screen. [$400; originalslowjuicer.com]
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