Breville BJE200XL

Breville BJE200XL

The Breville BJE200XL is one of the best juicers if you are buying your first juice machine or just want a basic juicer.

It has power, it does what it’s supposed to do, it is compact and it takes up little space on your counter. So what is it missing? Just the bells and whistles that make the other machines more expensive.

Current owners rate this as a great machine for novice and experienced juicers alike. You can’t go wrong with a Breville … and with the BJE200XL price as low as it is, this 700-watt compact juice fountain is a terrific way to start juicing.

Best features are its simplicity and ease of cleaning.

Breville BJE200XL
Breville BJE200XL

Breville BJE200XL – Where Compact Is King.

The Breville BJE200XL, also referred to as the Breville Juice Fountain Compact, is on the low end of the juicing machines put out by Breville … but don’t think they made this too basic of a machine!

Without all the bells and whistles of its more expensive product line buddies, the BJE200XL comes fully loaded with features that make this one powerful machine.

It may only have 700 watts of power but it still ramps up to 14000 RPM which is much higher than other popular brands offer.

It may not have several speeds to choose from but it still has the micro mesh filter with 60000 (count them … 60000!) pores that result in better quality juice than so many other brands give you.

And because the pulp container is a built-in but removable part of the juicer itself, the BJE200XL becomes a compact juice fountain that will fit easily on almost all kitchen counters.


Breville BJE200XL 700 Watts Juicer – With Features Worth Mentioning!

With a speed of 14000 RPM, the quality of juice will be far better than most other machines will produce.

Here are the main features of the Breville BJE200XL 

  • Heavy-duty compact juice fountain with centered knife blade assembly
  • 700-watt motor operates at 14,000 RPM for maximum extraction
  • Extra-large 3-inch centered feed tube
  • Stainless-steel micro-mesh filter
  • Dishwasher-safe parts
  • Custom cleaning brush

With its patented 3-inch centered feed tube, the Breville Juice Fountain Compact can juice whole fruits without the need for cutting and the resulting pulp collects into an easy-to-clean centrally located pulp container that allows for juicing 1 1/2 quarts before it needs to be emptied.


Breville BJE200XL 700 Watt Compact Juice Fountain – Quick and Easy!

With the unique cyclonic system of the Breville BJE200XL 700 Watt Compact Juice Fountain, this full-function juice fountain operates at 14,000 RPM for maximum extraction and fast results.

With a stabilizing dual knife assembly to center your fruits and vegetables over the cutter and filter, the Breville BJE200XL minces your produce into tiny particles and then forces them against the stainless-steel micro-mesh filter.

The filter and cutter system of the 700-watt Breville compact juice fountain are so powerful that pineapple can be juiced with the rind on!

With the easy-to-clean internal pulp container that assembles in mere seconds, there is enough capacity to juice 1-1/2 quarts of your favorite juice before the pulp container needs to be emptied. All removable parts are quick to clean – either by hand or in the dishwasher. A custom cleaning brush is even included to make cleaning the micro-mesh filter easier.

Breville BJE200XL



Breville BJE200XL – Let The Owners Speak Out!

No one can speak better about the BJE200XL than the owners themselves –

Nothing better than fresh juice and this juicer makes the whole experience a breeze.

I have a 10 month old daughter and wanted to provide her with better juice choices, especially popsicles for the summer! The Breville is very powerful, has good safety features and is easy to use.

I would say this is my best buy of 2009. This device is quite sturdy, very quick in extracting juice, easy to clean and easy to operate. So far I have extracted juice from apples, oranges, pineapples and strawberries. Once, after extracting the juice, I used the pulp again to see if I can get more juice out of it. However I could barely get anything out of it and hence got convinced that it is quite efficient.

My Jack LaLane juicer finally wore out after 2.5 years of daily use. I was tempted to buy another – but I liked the way everything including the pulp catcher is all in one unit. So glad I got Breville.

Bottom line – I can’t imagine anyone not loving this unit.


Recipes for making juice in


These juices and cocktails are tasty and refreshing. Always start with chilled fruit and vegetables. They should be consumed within 24 hours for best nutrition and taste.

Chef’s Note: A tablespoon or two of plumped raisins, dates or chopped figs, adds sweetness and a flavor boost. A tablespoon of chopped nuts is a nice treat. Add to the fruit and vegetables as you juice them.


1 lemon, peel

1/4 watermelon, without rind

Juice everything.



2 tomatoes

2 apples

1 clove garlic

1 sprig parsley

Juice everything.



6 tomatoes

1 cup beet leaves, chopped

1 slice lemon

Juice everything in the order given.



1/2 watermelon, without rind

1 lemon

5 oranges

1/2 pineapple, peeled

Juice everything.



1/2 pineapple, peeled

1 carrot

1 apple, cored

1 stalk celery

Juice together in the order given.



1/2 pineapple, peeled

1/2 cup radishes

1 stalk celery

Juice together in the order given.



3 Oranges, peeled

1 small cucumber

Juice together in the order given


Breville BJE200XL Juice Fountain Compact Chrome Extractor – And Leftovers Will Not Be A Problem!

What can you do with any leftover juice you may have? Or what is a constructive way to use the pulp that remains after the Breville BJE200XL extracts all the juice out?

Who better to get your ideas from than current owners of the Juice Fountain? Add the pulp to a compost pile if you have one. Make ice cubes to use in future drinks so that you are not watering down your great juice creations with plain water ice cubes.

The juice variations you can create are endless … and you can get rather creative with how to use the leftover pulp too.


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