Bugatti Vita Juicer, from £129.95
It might look like something from outer space, but this sleek juicer has a powerful 95rpm motor that’ll squeeze every last drop of juice from your fruit. It also comes with large and small juicing cones depending on how much of a vitamin hit you’re after, and it’ll look lovely on your worktop.
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Kitchenaid Artisan Maximum Extraction, £332
If you want a juicer that’ll do all the hard work for you, this is the go-to guy. A two-step juicing system first chops your fruit, before crushing and squeezing it slowly and holding on to all the valuable nutrients. It also promises minimal foam, and has three different pulp shields so you can choose your level of chunkiness.
Sage by Heston Blumenthal The Nutri Juicer Pro, £270
Heston might shove snails and bacon in his juicer, but you can stick to fruit or veg smoothies. Even the meatiest apples and oranges will fit into the extra-large chute.
NutriBullet, from £79.99
The ubiquitious juicer du jour can be picked up at a relatively affordable price, and there are a whole host of accessories and upgrades available for this pulverising machine. Your fruit and veg will be completely liquefied, skin and all, so you don’t use vital nutrients.
Nutri Ninja, £39.99
Don’t be fooled by the bargain price of the Nutri Ninja. It’ll liquidise even the tiniest chunks of food, and can even handle chunks of ice. You can even drink your smoothie straight from the container for a fuss-free health hit.