Hamilton Beach Big Mouth Pro Juice Extractor Review

The Green Girl's Hamilton Beach Big Mouth Pro Juice Extractor
The Green Girl purchased a Hamilton Beach Big Mouth Pro Juice Extractor 67650 a couple of months ago to replace an older model Hamilton Beach juicer.

When I initially researched juicers, I was overwhelmed. The majority of consumers judged the appliances based on efficacy and ease of cleaning.

I discovered there are two types of juicers: masticating and centrifugal.

Masticating juicers are more expensive and use a single gear or auger that breaks up the fruit and vegetable fibers, resulting in more fiber, enzymes, vitamins and trace minerals in the juice. Centrifugal juicers spin at high speeds, grind the fruits and vegetables, and then force the juice away from the pulp.

The Green Girl's first 400 watt Hamilton Beach HealthSmart Juice Extractor
I ultimately purchased a Hamilton Beach juicer because I wasn't willing to make the financial investment in a masticating juicer. I got my first juicer at Kmart for $34.99.

After 5 years or so, the blades became dull and the time came to replace the unit so without hesitation, I purchased the newest Hamilton Beach model.

Hamilton Beach Big Mouth Pro Juice Extractor 67650 Overview
  • Retail price $79.99
  • 9.3 x 13 x 16 inches
  • 3-inch wide chute
  • 8.8 pounds
  • 800 watt motor
  • Dishwasher safe parts
  • Includes recipes, tips, juicing cup, and cleaning brush
  • One year limited warranty

Making Apple Carrot Ginger juice with the Hamilton Beach Big Mouth Pro Juice Extractor
In comparison to my old 400 watt HealthSmart Juice Extractor, the 800 watt Big Mouth Pro Juice Extractor is a beast.

I love the wider chute because I don't have to spend as much time chopping up fruits and vegetables.

Disassembling the unit after use is straightforward. Since I tend to juice a few times a week, I've streamlined the process. The key is to washing the five pieces as soon as you are done so the pulp doesn't dry up and become difficult to remove.

Disassembling Hamilton Beach Big Mouth Pro Juice Extractor

Hamilton Beach Big Mouth Pro Juice Extractor cutter/strainer
I immediately rinse each component under hot water, starting with the pusher and the chute cover.

The cutter/strainer screen is tricky to remove because you need to pinch the rim and rotate it until it comes loose. I rinse it and then place it in the sink.

Next, I rinse the separator with the juice sprout. I don't wash the bin until after I've deposited the pulp into my compost bin.

Washing Hamilton Beach Big Mouth Pro Juice Extractor
Once all the components have been rinsed, I wash them with dishsoap and a sponge.

Since I've already rinsed with hot water, all the juice and pulp has already been removed.

I always leave the cutter/strainer screen for last.

Taking apart Hamilton Beach Big Mouth Pro Juice Extractor
I start by rubbing the inside of the round screen with the sponge, avoiding the blades in the center.

Then, I rub the outside. Finally, I carefully use a corner of the sponge to remove any remaining bits of pulp.

I've gotten to the point where I can wash the fruits and/or vegetables, chop, juice, and wash the juicer in about 15 minutes.

Hamilton Beach Big Mouth Pro Juice Extractor
I love being able to make fresh juices at home and experimenting with ingredients is a lot of fun.

If you are on the market for an reasonably priced centrifugal juicers, I highly recommend the Hamilton Beach Big Mouth Pro Juice Extractor.


  1. We're thinking about getting a juicer - thanks for the review!

  2. Great review! I'm not ready to make my own juice just yet, but will search out your review when the time comes.

  3. THis was helpful as The Caveman wants to get into juicing and got a Ninja, but hasn't had success with it.
    Come to WI for the Zooma race! It'll be a blast! :)

  4. I like how it works... but it is extremely loud!! and no one will use it because of that fact. It also is a pain to clean & store.... I'm not too happy with it...I actually bought it for my husband for Christmas... he hates it...

    1. I agree that it's loud - luckily I always use it late morning and I live alone so it has not been an issue.


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