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#687980 - 25th Apr 2012 11:43am Russell Hobbs 10007-10 Juicelady Pro
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Commercial Quality Stainless Steel Contruction
Sealed Bearing Motor for Less Noise, Higher Efficiency
Patented High/Low Switching System for Maximum Juicing Performance
Easy Cean Pulp Container, Dishwasher Safe
Designed for Left or Right Handed Use
Stainless Steel Permanent Mesh Filter with Titanium Coated Cutting Blade
4 Rubber Feet for Stability
Safety Interlock On/Off and Dedicated Power on Switch

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Take Your First Step To A Healthier Lifestyle, With The Juicelady by Russell Hobbs
Fresh juice, provides us with minerals, vitamins, essential fatty acids, carborhydrates and much more, which are vital in maintaining good health. The World Health Organisation recommends that we include five portions of fruit and vegetables in our daily diet to keep us fit and healthy and one of the easiest and healthiest ways to add them to your diet is to juice.

Featuring a patented high/low switching system for maximum juicing efficiency, which allows you to change from one speed to the other without switching off, the Juicelady by Russell Hobbs will juice a wide variety of fruits and vegetables quickly and easily. Use the high speed setting for spinach, celery, carrots and ginger, while the low speed setting is suitable for cucumbers, plums, oranges, tomatoes and grapes.

With the Juicelady running, gradually feed the cut fruit or vegetables into the chute, if necessary push them gently down with the pusher, until you have your required amount of juice. The pulp from the fruit and vegetables is automatically separated from the juice and collects in the pulp container. The pulp collected can then be utilised as the basis for preserves when fruit is used, or in the case of vegetables as stocks for soups.

Designed with ease of use in mind, the Juicelady by Russell Hobbs, is suitable for left or right handed use and can be easily dismantled for easy cleaning, four rubber feet are also included for stability on the counter top.

Additional features include, a stainless steel permanent mesh filter with titanium coated cutting blade, which helps to ensure the long life and endurance of the blade, while maintaining peak sharpness on the cutting surfaces. The Juicelady also includes a dedicated power on switch and a safety interlock on/off function, which will prevent the machine from operating, should it not be re-assembled correctly after cleaning.


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The Juicelady by Russell Hobbs, (Model No. 10007), is a commercial quality juicer made from a stainless steel construction and boasts 700 watts of power, with a sealed bearing motor for less noise and higher efficiency. The Juicelady by Russell Hobbs, with its stylish stainless steel finish, will make a stylish addition to any kitchen.


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#688181 - 26th Apr 2012 10:45am Re: Russell Hobbs 10007-10 Juicelady Pro [Re: Clive]
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#688191 - 26th Apr 2012 11:53am Re: Russell Hobbs 10007-10 Juicelady Pro [Re: Clive]
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#688209 - 26th Apr 2012 12:30pm Re: Russell Hobbs 10007-10 Juicelady Pro [Re: Lightning]
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lower lower lol
I am trying to raise money to help pay to bury my brother, I might be desperate, but its a bargain at that price.
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#688211 - 26th Apr 2012 12:32pm Re: Russell Hobbs 10007-10 Juicelady Pro [Re: Clive]
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