Get a raw juice health boost. The Philips Viva juicer extracts all of the nutritious juice from your fruit and vegetables and can make up to 2 litres of juice in one go. The XL feeding tube means that preparation time is significantly reduced prior to juicing. All you need to do is feed your fruit and vegetables directly into the tube and the juicer will do the rest. You can experiment with a variety of different ingredients varying from apples and oranges to parsnips and pears.
Once you have made your jug of raw juice, cleaning your juicer could not be easier. Thanks to the "QuickClean" technology, this juicer can be cleaned very quickly. All surfaces are made with smooth and easy clean materials, including the electropolished sieve, which means that the machine can be cleaned very quickly. Additionally, the design of the integrated pulp container means that the juice is channelled through the juicer more efficiently. This results in more juice being extracted from your ingredients and also less mess is created as all the pulp is channelled directly into the see-through pulp container. The see-through pulp container makes the Philips Viva juicer really straightforward to use, as you can see when the container is full.
Even emptying the pulp container is hassle free as the juicer can be assembled and disassembled quickly and easily. As well as the benefits of QuickClean and obtaining extra juice, the integrated design also means that this juicer will take up less space on your kitchen worktop.
The extra-large 75 mm feeding tube allows you to juice even large fruits and vegetables like apples, carrots and beetroots without pre-cutting. This makes juicing quick, easy and a lot less messy.
A lot of pulp fibres usually get trapped in the sieve which makes it very difficult to clean. Thanks to the QuickClean electro-polishing process, the surface of the sieve is smooth so you can simply wipe away the fibres with a sponge or brush.
The QuickClean materials used to make this Philips juicer have been selected with ease of use and cleaning in mind. All the surfaces are made from smooth and easy to clean materials so you can simply rinse and wipe away any mess in very quickly. This juicer also has a stainless steel finish so will look good in your kitchen.
Juicing can be messy, but with this simple design feature, all the pulp is collected in the only place where it should be: the pulp container.
Thanks to the juice extraction system with QuickClean technology, this juicer extracts up to 2 litres of juice in one go without the need to empty the pulp container.
All components of the juicer have been designed for simple and intuitive assembling and handling. This makes the whole cleaning and reassembly process quick and easy. The round design and smooth surfaces of the pulp collector make it easy to reach and remove.
The strong 700 W motor ensures that maximum amount of juice is extracted, with the minimum amount of fuss.
All removable parts can be cleaned in the dishwasher.
- Ensure to wash the vegetables or fruits, remove peels which you would not eat and cut them into pieces that fit into the feeding tube if necessary.
- Put the pieces of fruit or vegetables in the feeding tube and gently press them down towards the rotating filter with the pusher - Do not exert too much pressure on the pusher, as this could affect the level of juice output.
- Be sure to remove all stones from fruits before juicing, but cores from apples and melons don't need to be removed.
- Fruits that contain lots of starch are not suitable for processing in the juicer and the following items should not be juiced: sugar cane, bananas, mangoes, avocados, papaya, figs.
- To optimise the result of juicing ensure to use fresh fruits, to feed the feeding tube slowly piece by piece, not to exert too much pressure on the pusher and to clean the filter in between uses to avoid blocking and covering of the sieve with fibres.
Please note that although the Philips juicers are very robust and built to last, it is advised that you allow the motor to cool down between juicing sessions as this prolongs the life of the motor.
|Apples||No need to peel|
|Pears||No need to peel|
|Pomegranates||Remove peel, use seeds only|
|Gooseberry||Use hulled (remove green leaves, stems etc)|
|Red Bilberry||Use hulled (remove green leaves, stems etc)|
|Viburnum berries||Use hulled (remove green leaves, stems etc)|
|Sea butkhorn||Use hulled (remove green leaves, stems etc)|
|Strawberries||Use hulled (remove green leaves, stems etc)|
|Raspberries||Use hulled (remove green leaves, stems etc)|
|Blackberries||Use hulled (remove green leaves, stems etc)|
|Blackcurrant||Use hulled (remove green leaves, stems etc)|
|Cranberries||Use hulled (remove green leaves, stems etc)|
|Blueberries||Use hulled (remove green leaves, stems etc)|
|Cucumber||No need to peel|
|Beetroot||Peel before juicing|
|Celery||No need to peel|
|Tomatoes||No need to peel|
|Carrots||No need to peel|
|Ginger||Remove peel before juicing|
|Lettuce||Follow general guidelines|
|Spinach||Follow general guidelines|
|Oranges||Remove peel and the white pith (the white pith gives the juice a bitter taste)|
|Lime||Remove peel and the white pith (the white pith gives the juice a bitter taste)|
What not to juice