What are you using? Is the $199 one that much better than the $25 one??
Actually, the best citrus juicer I've ever used is a little one by Black & Decker. Still like it the best for citrus. I'm all for the KISS method, and this one does it the best for me. It is a little less expensive than $199 - $29 - but does an outstanding job . Has two sized cones for limes to grapefruits.
Here is a link that might be useful: Amazon - Black & Decker Citrus Juicer
This post was edited by hoosierquilt on Mon, Jun 2, 14 at 12:28
Here is the juicer I am using. I like the auto-reversing feature. The one Patty recommended also looks like has that feature. The one I use does get clogged by pulp after several fruit have been run through. This juicer doesn't have its own reservoir so there is the chance of knocking a container over...haven't done it yet but just one time might justify something like Patty uses :>)
Here is a link that might be useful: Cuisinart Juicer
I this one, too, John and I hate it. I HAVE knocked over my glass, have accidentally pressed down too hard on the top and have had pulp fly everywhere. It's powerful enough to get the job done, but the design is poor. You will like the B&D juicer MUCH better. I had a lapse in judgement when I went to replace my old B&D juicer. Giving this one away to the darling daughter, and have a new B&D on its way.
Ah yes, the pulp spinning action! It IS all too easy to activate on the Cuisinart without the lid on. I have liked my juicer but didn't know there was a better alternative. Thanks Patty, I'll keep your juicer in mind for this coming citrus season.
I have not used the B&D nor Cuisinart. But have and continue to have very good success with these two:
Waring PCJ201 Citrus Juicer