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SL98 Juicer

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Automatic Electric Citrus Juicer Ceado
  • The all-metal SL98 is the most popular automatic citrus juicer on the market. It is a tireless workhorse for those who want to squeeze truly fresh fruit juices with the minimum effort
  • The stainless steel universal reamer adapts easily to all types of citrus fruit. The particular shape of the reamer exploits the centrifugal force and increases output
  • Removable reamer and stainless steel container
  • Polished finish with thermal cut-out
  • Patented automatic activation
  • The microswitch located on the back of the juicer is safer and more reliable
  • The stainless steel parts are removed in just a few seconds and are dishwasher safe

D x W x H (mm)
WEIGHT (kgs)
ES900 Juice Extractor 16ES900PL 538 x 290 x 530 23 27 1000/1-speed 2,999
ES700 Juice Extractor 16ES700PL 438 x 290 x 512 18.5 21 800/1-speed 2,550
ES500 Juice Extractor 16ES500PL 385 x 242 x 512 14.5 17 700/1-speed 1,781
CP150 Cold Press Juicer 16CP150 400 x 180 x 465 15.5 17.5 400 2,440
S98 Electric Citrus Juicer 16S98PL 240 x 200 x 370 6.5 7.8 250/1-speed 500
SL98 Automatic Electric Citrus Juicer 16SL98PL 230 x 200 x 350 8.5 9.8 300/1-speed 773
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