Best Pulp Free Juicer

The 5 Best Pulp-Free Juicers

If you’re anything like me, you don’t want to have a lot of pulp in your juices. Luckily, there are some great pulp-free juicers that leave almost no pulp in your juices. The best no pulp juicers are those with a superfine mesh filter. They filter out all the pulp, giving you nothing but delicious, clear juice.

Two of the juicers in this article are Breville juicers. When it comes to high-speed centrifugal juicers, Breville is it! They’re known for their super-sharp titanium reinforced cutting discs that can withstand years of daily use. The Italian-made mesh filters with over 40,000 filtering pores strain out all the pulp, giving you nothing but pulp-free juice.

If you’re only going to juice fruits and very little vegetables, I’d choose a centrifugal juicer. They’re more affordable and juicing is quick and easy. I also included my favorite slow juicer, in case you’re a fan of green juice and juicing tougher ingredients like spinach and kale.

Without any further delay, let’s get into our review of the best pulp-free juicers available right now.

The 5 Best Pulp-Free Juicers

1. Breville BJE200XL | Pulp-Free Juicer

The Breville BJE200XL is a great no pulp juicer. This affordable Breville model has been around for ages, but it’s still one of the best selling centrifugal juicers up to this date. That’s for a good reason! This compact juicer not only looks great,  but it juices as well as some of the more expensive models. The small size makes it easy to leave this beauty on the counter to encourage you to juice even more frequently.

The 700-watt motor spins the titanium reinforced cutting disc at an incredibly fast 14,000 RPM. It juices everything from soft watermelons to hard beets without any trouble.

Compared to larger centrifugal juicers, this compact Breville model is definitely quieter. It’s a centrifugal juicer, so don’t expect it to be quiet, but it isn’t as obnoxious as most other juicers. If you want an even quieter juicer, there’s no way around a good slow masticating juicer.

The superfine Italian-made mesh filter of the Breville strains out all the pulp. No strainer needed. No matter if you juice leafy greens, apples, or oranges, it gives you nothing but pure, clear juice.

Breville claims the BJE200XL extracts up to 30 percent more juice and 40 percent more vitamins than its competitors. That’s a pretty bold claim and I’m not sure if it’s true. But what I do know is that you get a high juice yield with this juicer. The pulp comes out pretty dry for a centrifugal juicer.

Cleaning this compact juicer is easy! It comes apart so easily. If you clean it right after juicing, it’ll only take you 3-4 minutes to clean everything by hand. The mesh filter takes the most work, but with the included cleaning brush you can clean it in no time. Most removable parts are also dishwasher safe.


  • It’s the most affordable Breville model
  • Superfine Italian-made mesh filter filters out all the pulp
  • Juices everything from soft fruits to hard beets
  • Quieter than most centrifugal juicers
  • Cleanup is a breeze


  • It’s not the most efficient juicer for lightweight leafy greens
  • Warranty is short at only 1 year
  • Only one-speed operation


Overall Opinion: The Breville BJE200XL is one of the best pulp-free juicers. The superfine mesh filter filters out all the pulp, giving you nothing but delicious, clear juice. It not only juices fast, but it’s also one of the more compact juicers out there. What a beauty!

2. Breville 800JEXL | Superfine Micromesh Filter

If you want perfect, clear juice without pulp, the Breville 800JEXL is a great choice. This high-end Breville juicer comes with a superfine Italian-made micro-mesh filter with over 40,000 filtering pores. It filters out all the pulp like no other juicer on the market.

The Breville 800JEXL is the top of the line Breville model. It’s bigger, stronger, and better than the Breville BJE200XL, but also more expensive than most centrifugal juicers. The “Rolls Royce” of centrifugal juicers if you will. If you always want the best of the best, the 800JEXL won’t disappoint you. The die-cast steel housing looks and feels amazing.

It comes with a two-speed control that spins the ultra-sharp titanium disc at up to 13,000 RPM. To get the most out of your soft fruits and leafy greens, use the low speed 6,500 RPM mode. The high-speed setting is great for hard fruits and vegetables like carrots, apples, and beets. It really spins out the last drop.

It’ll only take you a few seconds to make a glass of juice. The strong 1000-watt motor is super fast and the pulp is dry. Noting is wasted! Unlike cheaper juicers, this heavy-duty juicer is very stable even in the high-speed setting.

If you’re a fan of making large batches of juice, this is your juicer. The Breville 800JEXL comes with an extra-large waste container and juice pitcher. Both are dishwasher safe.

If you want an easy-to-clean juicer, you’ll love this high-end juicer.

Everything fits together nicely and comes apart so easily, just like you would expect of a premium juicer in this price range. You can rinse off the seven removable parts under running water in no time. The superfine mesh filter is more difficult to clean, but with the included scrubbing brush and a bit of experience, you’ll get it done pretty quickly.


  • The 1,000-watt motor is a beast
  • Convenient 3-inch wide feed chute
  • Built-in froth separator in the juice jug for clear juice
  • Superfine mesh filter with over 40,000 filtering pores makes pulp-free juice
  • For a centrifugal juicer, the juice yield is high
  • Die-cast steel housing looks gorgeous
  • This heavy-duty machine is very stable even in high-speed mode
  • Plug has a finger hole, you can pull it out easily even with wet hands
  • Large pulp bin and juice jug is great for bulk juicing


  • This premium juicer is expensive
  • The Breville 800JEXL will take up some counter space
  • The motor is noisy on the high-speed setting
  • Warranty is short at only 1 year


 Overall Opinion: If you’re in need for the best pulp-free juicer and money is no concern, go for the Breville 800JEXL. This juicer comes with a super fine filter that filters out all the pulp. The juice it produces looks and tastest great!

3. Omega NC800 | Adjustable Pulp Levels

If you’ve ever researched juicers, you probably heard about Omega. They have been around for ages, manufacturing juicers for over 30 years now. The Omega NC800 is their latest generation juicer. It’s not only their newest model, but also the best Omega juicer so far. I’ll get back to this in a moment. Let me first explain what makes this juicer stand out from the other pulp-free juicers on this list.

This juicer is different than all the other juicers introduced here. The Omega NC800 is a slow juicer. Instead of using a high-speed centrifuge spinning at an incredible fast speed, the NC800 uses a single auger rotating at a slow 80 RPM. It doesn’t slice the produce like a centrifugal juicer, but slowly squeezes it.

Compared to centrifugal juicers, the noise level is low. You can juice all day every day without disturbing anyone. You can make healthy juices early in the morning or late at night without waking up the house.

Since it operates at such a slow speed, you won’t have to worry about heat and oxidation. Your juice will have a higher nutrient content compared to centrifugal juicers. The juice made with the NC800 is not only healthier, but will also last longer in the fridge. Juice made with this premium slow juicer keeps fresh for up to 72 hours, while juice made with a centrifugal juicer only lasts 24 hours. It’s a great juicer for juice fasts and bulk juicing.

If you’ve only had centrifugal juicers so far, you’ll see and taste the difference. Juices made with the Omega NC800 won’t separate as easily even hours after juicing. The juice not only looks better, but it also tastes better! You can taste every single ingredient you put in.

Before I get too high on slow juicers, a word of caution though.

A juicer like this is only worth it, if you’re serious about juicing. It really excels when it comes to juicing tough ingredients like leafy greens or tiny pomegranate seeds. If you’re only going to use it to make orange juice, or apple juice, there are better, more affordable options out there.

Most slow juicers come with narrow feed chute, which can be quite annoying. You’ll have to cut everything into tiny little chunks to make it fit the chute. The NC800 comes with an 80% wider feed chute than the previous generation Omega juicers. You won’t be able to shove a whole apple inside at once, but at least you won’t have to cut it up into sixteen pieces.

Compared to older models, the NC800 yields up to 25% more juice from leafy greens. That’s really impressive since the previous generation Omega juicers were already super-efficient machines. To see a full comparison between the Omega NC800 and the previous generation Omega J8004, watch this video:

The reason why the NC800 can yield more juice lies in the new adjustable end cap. That’s a super impressive feature you’ll usually only find on the high-end twin gear juicers, like the Tribest Greenstar Elite.

The adjustable end cap lets you control exactly how much backpressure you will put on the food. It also lets you control how much or little pulp you want to have in your juices. The end cap has a slightly higher learning curve, but once you’ve got the hang of it, you’ll never want to miss it again.

What I really love about Omega juicers is that they are so much more than just a juicer. They’re what Omega calls “Nutrition  Center“.

You can use the NC800 to make anything from healthy nut milk to baby food. Nut butter, homemade pasta, you name it. All the different nozzles and attachments you’ll need are already included.

I know the wide variety of Omega juicers out there can be confusing. Omega also sells the more expensive Omega NC900 model, but for me, the NC800 is the better choice. Let me explain.

The NC900 and the more affordable NC800 are exactly the same machines, the only difference is the color. The NC800 comes in silver or red and the NC900 comes in a gorgeous-looking chrome finish. Is it worth the extra charge? I’ll let you be the judge.

No matter if you decide on the NC900 or the NC800, both juicers come with the generous 15-year Omega warranty. A juicer like this is a long-term investment in your health. For at least the next 15 years, you’ll have an excellent juicer without ever worrying about it.


  • Up to 25% higher juice yield than previous generation Omega juicers
  • 80% wider feed chute
  • Juice Quality is better than with centrifugal juicers
  • Juice is more nutritious and won’t oxidize as fast
  • Adjustable end let’s you control the pulp
  • 15-year warranty
  • Cleans up very easily
  • The Omega NC800 is quieter than high-speed juicers


  • Adjustable end cap has a slightly higher learning curve
  • The price is higher than most centrifugal juicers
  • It juices more slowly than centrifugal juicers


Overall Opinion: If you’re serious about juicing and want to take your health one step further by juicing leafy greens, this is one of the best juicers out there. It squeezes out the last drop and gives you the best juice quality possible.

4. Cuisinart CCJ-500 | Pulp Control Citrus Juicer

If you’re only going to juice oranges, or other citrus fruits, the Cuisinart CCJ-500 can be an almost perfect pulp-free juicer. It’s more affordable than most electric juicers and does a great job at juicing all kind of citrus fruits. Why use an electric citrus juicer instead of a wooden reamer or glass reamer, you might ask?


The Cuisinart gets so much more juice out of citrus fruits than your good ol’ manual citrus juicer ever could. It automatically switches the direction of the reamer back and forth to get the most out of citrus fruits. It comes with an unique “Final-Spin” feature similar to the spin cycle of your washing machine that helps you extract even the last drop. Skip this video to 1:30 the see the Final-Spin feature in action:

This handy citrus juicer lets you control exactly how much or little pulp you want to have in your juices. That’s why Cuisinart calls it Pulp Control Juicer after all. The pulp strainer basket has three adjustments. For almost perfect pulp-free juice simply select the no pulp setting.

The only downside to the pulp-free setting is that the filter can quickly become filled with pulp and very little juice flows out of it. If the filter gets clogged, the Cuisinart also won’t be able to filter out all the pulp, so please make sure to rinse out the filter from time to time.

Is the Cusinart a perfect no pulp juicer? It’s one of the best pulp-free citrus juicers, but it’s not perfect. Especially if you don’t clean out the filter after a few cups of juice, it won’t be able to filter out all the pulp. You can always run the juice through a strainer to get perfectly delicious, pulp-free juice though.


  • The Cuisinart CCJ-500 is very affordable
  • Final-Spin feature squeezes out the last drop
  • Juice won’t squeeze in your eyes as with a manual juicer
  • Pulp Control feature lets you control the level of pulp
  • All parts are dishwasher safe and also easy to clean by hand


  • The filter can quickly become filled with pulp
  • Sometimes there’s still a little pulp in the juice
  • Only juices citrus fruits


Overall Opinion: The Cuisinart Pulp Control Citrus Juicer lets you control exactly how much or little pulp you want to have in your juices. It comes with three manual settings and does a great job at filtering out most of the pulp. The unique Final-Spin feature helps you extract even the last drop out of oranges, lemons, grapefruits, and other citrus fruits.

5. Hamilton Beach Juicer | Affordable No Pulp Juicer

The Hamilton Beach juicer lets you make homemade juice in seconds. It juices a wide variety of fruits and veggies. No matter if you want to make apple juice, orange juice, carrot juice, or healthy green juice, this juicer gets it done. It’s a great little juicer that leaves almost no pulp, it collects the pulp separately in a large pulp bin.

The Hamilton Beach is an easy-to-use centrifugal juicer with a 800-watt motor. It can turn even the toughest ingredients into pulp-free juice in seconds.

What I love about this affordable no pulp juicer is the 3-inch feed chute.

A wide feed chute allows you to juice so much faster. You won’t need to cut your fruits and veggies into tiny little chunks to make it fit the chute. You won’t be able to shove large oranges into it at once, but most regular sized fruits will fit without any precutting. It literally cuts your preparation time in half.

When it comes to juice yield, the Hamilton Beach does a pretty good job. It’s not on par with more expensive slow juicers, but for a centrifugal juicer, the pulp is pretty dry.


  • Comes with a strong 800-watt motor
  • One of the most affordable centrifugal juicers out there
  • Juices a wide variety of fruits and veggies
  • Can turn hard produce into smooth juice in seconds
  • Leaves almost no pulp in your juices
  • Comes with a 3-year warranty


  • Juice cup is not included
  • Not as efficient as more expensive slow juicers
  • The Hamilton Beach is quite noisy
  • Completely made of plastic


Overall Opinion: This affordable entry-level juicer leaves almost no pulp in your juices. It juices super fast and you can juice a wide variety of fruits and vegetables. The convenient 3-inch feed chute helps you save a lot of time, as you can insert most regular sized fruits without any precutting.

These were the best pulp-free juicers available right now. If money isn’t a concern to you and you want the best of the best, either the Omega NC800 or the Breville 800JEXL is a great choice. They’re the top of the line when it comes to efficiency and built quality. If money is tight, the Hamilton Beach Juicer, or the compact Breville BJE200XL are some great juicers that leave almost no pulp in your juices. Hopefully, this post has given you a good place to start your own research. No matter which juicer you’ll decide on in the end, as long as you use it, it’ll be well worth the investment. 

Vibrant Happy Healthy


  1. Philipp… I have a Juice Factory 2000 that is almost brand new. Was purchased new by my husbands deceased wife in approx 2005. She was ill and he recalls her using it only a few times. I know nothing about juicers or juicing so I am wanting to sell it to someone who can appreciate it. Can you help advise me as to what would be a reasonable price to ask for the juicer? And, are there any sites that specialize in selling juicers? I don’t have a manual. Any help/guidance would be appreciated.

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