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    Is a Oscar juicer REALLY worth the money.... It's my birthday and DP said I could have one.

    Or is there some other new fangdangle brand now :TIA

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    I have a juicer that is the same as a breville juice fountain and that works great. I had to look up the juicer you were talking about. every part that gets dirty with mine goes straight in the dishwasher. It juices whole fruit and vegetables with ease. its great. so to me, as long as a juicer can juice whole fruit and vegetables then I'm happy.

    But.. I would not spend an absurd amount of money on a juicer just because it can also mince stuff. I'm the kind of person who is happy buying the cheaper brand if it does the same job just as well as the more premium brand.

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