$300). They’re almost exactly the same, with a 3-inch-wide feed chute that minimizes prep time, powerful performance overall and a reputation for solid durability. The biggest difference between these juicers is that the BJE510XL has five operating speeds to the 800JEXL’s two, and the BJE510XL doesn’t have the 800JEXL’s pesky habit of splattering juice from where the pulp catcher meets the snap-on lid. (That said, all Breville centrifugal juicers have a reputation for launching food back up the feed chute if you don’t quickly cover it with the food pusher.) Both are capable of juicing everything from kale to apples, beets and celery; at $100 less than its near-identical competitor, the Breville BJE510XL is clearly the better value. Users also say they can clean it in a five minutes or less. The Breville Juice Fountain Plus JE98XL (*Est. $150), Omega 4000 (*Est.
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