Perhaps you might want to take a seat before learning the pricing of the Norwalk Juicer. Drum roll please…a whopping $2,495 for the stainless steel model. It will only set you back to the tune of $2,395 for the wood grain and colored models, plus shipping. That is staggering, but to some people their wallet can afford to purchase this juicer if it translates to great health.
Here are the features of the Norwalk Juicer:
- For those with color-coordinated kitchens, of all juicers this one goes the extra mile. Available colors include: red, stainless steel, yellow, blue, green, orange, black, pink, white, and wood grain.
- A raw food expert Dr. Norman Walker, who believed in raw food regimens, pulp-free juice, and salads with raw, chopped food, developed this process. He invented the predecessor to the current models.
- The Norwalk extracts natural fruit sugars, minerals, vitamins, and enzymes from the fruits and vegetables.
- The slow oxidation that occurs after juicing allows for drinks to be stored in the refrigerator for several days, retaining the vital nutrients from fruits and vegetables. They actually can be frozen up to 6 months.
- Although sturdy, the juicer is easy to lift and can provide as much as 6-7 quarts from one operation.
- It is simple to clean. The stainless steel components are easy to disassemble and reassemble and are dishwasher safe.
- Filter bags are used to collect pulp, and then used for extraction of more juice. At the same time, additional juice is being extracted into another bag.
- The 12-year warranty covers parts and labor when it applies to workmanship.
Motors are ½ HP and run on a 50/60 cycle. The volts are 110/220 in the U.S. and 814-Watts, 3450 RPM.
When it comes to being sturdy, the Norwalk Juicer is one of the best. At this price point you would expect no less. Unlike other juicing equipment that offers black, white, and stainless steel, you can have a little fun and choose a bright color. If you want a juicer that will last a lifetime because you are a serious devotee, then this is the one.
Some complain of how foamy the juice is and how hot it can get. The number one impediment to the masses buying this machine is the price. Not many are willing or able to plunk down more money than their rent or mortgage, for a juicer. At the end of the day, only people who juice daily or routinely go on juice fasts will be inclined to make this investment. Unlike many juicers, the Norwalk juicer is bulky and will require you to have a huge, gourmet style kitchen. That is the only way you will be able to store this machine.