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Is the Kitchenaid juice extractor more affordable than a typical juicer?

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As of March 2015, the KitchenAid slow juice extractor attachment costs $179.95 from Williams-Sonoma, compared to the Horum slow juicer that costs $299.95 from the same source. For a user who already owns a KitchenAid mixer, the juice extractor attachment is more affordable than purchasing a typical juicer.

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Purchasing a typical juicer is more affordable if the user does not already own a KitchenAid mixer because the basic mixer costs $249.99 from Target in addition to the $179.95 for the juicer attachment. As slow juicers, both products produce juice from nearly all fruits, vegetables, nuts and greens by masticating the plant matter into a pulp.

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