My holiday gift, the Jupiter Large Commercial Juice Press arrived and it’s time to give you an overview of the Jupiter, the good, the bad and the awesome.

The Jupiter Juice Press (amazon):

You’ll find the Jupiter Large Commercial Juice press isn’t that expensive compared to the Hamilton Beach 932 Commercial Citrus Juicer which is around $160 to $170+ where the Jupiter press is closer to the $100 mark (coming in at like $105). Plus, it’s a bit smaller yet heavy enough to press some good juice.

The Jupiter will create a more sweet juice than a traditional citrus squeeze as it doesn’t break a lot of the zest and extract the oil and doesn’t push to deep into the rind.

But, on the go, a Chef’n orange press will do your oranges and grapefruits, you can get that right from us:

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