If you want something with a lot of power, very little noise, a 10-year warranty and the ability to make more than just juice, the Tribest Slowstar Juicer is definitely worth checking out.
|Juice Shelf Life||72 Hours|
|Best For Juicing||Fruit, carrots, or fibrous vegetables|
Features of Tribest Slowstar SW-2000-B
The Slowstar Juicer packs some incredible crushing power. Its 200-watt motor and multi-stage speed reduction means less jamming for the juicer (and less headaches for you).
The heavy torque is quadruple the crushing force of some juicers in its class. It allows the Slowstar juicer to crush through hard vegetables with ease despite the slow RPM.
Torque is one of the key features of this juicer. Its 30b crushing ability will keep your juice flowing smoothly without the machine getting stuck.
This juicer has a slow RPM of 47. The slower the RPM, the less oxidation; and the less oxidation, the longer the juice will last.
The juice from a Slowstar Juicer will keep its enzymes for up to 72 hours. It’s still always best to drink juice as soon as possible, but if you needed to store it for a day or two, this juicer will keep the enzymes alive.
There is a catch. The slow RPM means it could take 5-10 minutes longer to juice, but I promise the wait is well worth it.
A unique feature of this juicer is the double-edged auger. It works twice as hard as the single-head augers most slow juicers have, which gives you more juice and less pulp.
The auger is made of Ultem – a heavy substance that is up to eight times stronger than plastic.
Really happy with the design of this juicer. I have a small kitchen with limited cabinet space, so I keep the juicer on my counter.
Not only does the sleek design make my kitchen look good, but the juicer takes up very little space.
The Slowstar was also made to be pretty quiet. I tried it in the morning before my family woke up and was worried it would disturb their rest, but surprisingly, no one heard a thing.
This Tribest Slowstar Juicer does more than just juice. Grab the mincing attachment to make sauces, sorbets, and nut butter.
My daughters and I make our own peanut butter for their PB&J sandwiches. Homemade peanut butter is cheaper, has less additives, and tastes so much better.
- Slow RPM for juice that lasts up to 72 hours
- juices both fruits and veggies as well as leafy greens
- mincing attachment for sorbets and nut butters
- 200 watt motor and extra torque makes juice with less pulp
- sleek, compact design
- BPA-free Ultem Auger & Screen
- little to no jamming
- quiet motor
- 10 year warranty
- slow speed means longer juicing time
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
How long does it take to clean?
It’s not the fastest. There’s a screen inside that needs to be scrubbed thoroughly after use. I start by soaking the parts in warm, soapy water while I drink the juice and then clean after. It helps!
Do you cut produce before juicing it?
It depends. Water-dense vegetables like celery and small cucumbers are fine going in whole, but I cut carrots and large cucumbers in strips.
Not sure if the cutting is necessary or out of habit from other machines I’ve used. I do think smaller pieces put less long-term stress on the machine.
How long can I use the machine?
I turn it off after 15 minutes. It’s rare that I juice that long anyway, but if I do, I like to give it a rest.
I hope this Tribest Slowstar review has been helpful. I’d highly recommend this juicer to anyone, but especially families with small kitchens and don’t want to juice every day.