Best Budget Juicers For $100 And Below

This article will be covering our Money For The Best Budget Juicerschoices for the best budget juicers for $100 and below. When considering what kind of juicer will be right for you, one of the most obvious considerations is the price of the juicer. You also want to be sure that the money you are spending, even if it less than you would spend on a more expensive juicer is going towards the best possible juicer you can get for the money you are spending.

We have done all of the legwork for you and have found three of the best cheap juicers that rise above the rest when considering buying a juicer on a budget while still getting the best value for your money.

In general any juicer selling below $200 will be a centrifugal type juicer. If you are not familiar with the different types of juicers and would like to learn more about this as well as other information for what juicer may be best for you, you can follow the link provided there. If you have already read that page or you would just like to learn more about the best budget juicers for $100 and below, feel free to continue on.

The juicers we have chosen to include here have gone through a process of elimination, research and experience that has considered many different factors. These juicers not only have gotten the best overall reviews from people who have bought and used them, but also have the better warranty packages to cover them if something goes wrong.

Lets get right to the Best Budget Juicers For $100 And Below!

Our top Pick!

#1. The Breville BJE200XL Compact Juice Fountain 700-Watt Juice Extractor      $99.95 


The Breville Compact Juice Fountain comes in at the #1 spot for our picks for the best budget juicers for $100 and below. The Breville compact is a great entry level juicer and is the lowest price juicer offered by Breville. The juicers offered by Breville have a good reputation and you may be familiar with one of them which was used by Joe Cross in the movie Fat Sick and Nearly Dead. The Breville Compact is not that exact juicer, but is a good budget replacement and comes in at around $50 less than the Breville JE98XL Juice Fountain Plus 850-Watt Juice Extractor.

The overall reputation of Breville is not the only reason we chose this juicer to be our #1 choice for our best budget juicers $100 and below. At the time of this article the Breville Compact is rated by as their #1 seller in the kitchen and dining category.

We also chose the Breville Compact, because of the amount of good reviews it has received. This cheap best selling juicer has the most reviews of any of the budget juicers we feature and has the highest ratio of happy customers to unhappy customers amongst these reviews. In general people seem to very satisfied with this juicer and you can read all of the reviews for yourself by following the links above for the Breville Compact and scrolling down to the bottom of the page.

The Breville compact has a small footprint which means it will take up less space on your counter than many other juicers will. This truly makes it compact and fits the name it uses. Cleanup is noted to be relatively painless as long as you do this soon after each use, and the juicer comes with a cleaning brush to help with the cleaning process.   

The Breville Compact will allow you to feed whole pieces of fruit such as small apples, pears, peaches and so on into it. Larger apples and fruit of this sort will sometimes need to be quickly cut into four pieces to fit into the feed. This means less work to prepare your produce for juicing. Large pieces of fruit like melons and pineapple you would of course have to cut into different pieces, but this is the case with any juicer.

This juicer is not an ejection juicer so you will have to stop every once in awhile during your juicing to clean out the pulp. Breville makes this very easy to do though and it should not slow your juicing down to much.

The Breville Compact has a 1 year limited warranty.

    Notable Features

    Heavy-duty compact juice fountain with centered knife blade assembly
    700-watt motor operates at 14,000 RPM for maximum extraction
    Extra-large 3-inch centered feed tube; stainless-steel micro-mesh filter
    Dishwasher-safe parts; custom cleaning brush included
    Measures 9-1/2 by 8-3/4 by 16 inches; 1-year limited warranty

#2. The L'Equip 306150 Mini Pulp Ejection Juicer, Gray     $99.99

The L'Equip Mini Pulp-Ejection Juicer comes in at the #2 spot for our best budget juicers $100 and below. For $99.99 this juicer is a good choice and we chose it because it fills in some spaces that the Breville Compact lacks. If these extras are important to you then this juicer could be your best bet.

The first one of these extras is that the L 'Equip Mini is a pulp ejection juicer, which means it ejects the pulp so that you can collect it in a container. This allows you to continue juicing more so than with the breville compact so that you will not have to open the juicer up and clean it out as often.

We have seen this juicer in juice-offs versus the Breville JE98XL Juice Fountain Plus 850-Watt Juice Extractor which is around $50 more than the L 'Equip Mini and it has been considered by some to hold its own in those juice-offs. Overall though most do believe that the Breville $149.99 juicer edges the L 'Equip out in some categories. The fact that it has been compared by some to be in the same category as that juicer definitely helps it to fit into the $100 and below category.

The L 'Equip mini also has many good reviews and you can read them by following the links above and scrolling down to the bottom of the page. The L 'Equip has a 6 year limited warranty which is 6 times as long as the warranty that comes with the Breville Compact and this also played into part of our decision to include it here.

One of the downsides of this juicer is that in general you cannot feed whole pieces of fruit such as apples into it like you can with the Breville Compact. You will have to cut your apples up into smaller pieces, but with the fact that it is an ejection juicer, and the Breville Compact is not, this should for the most part level out these two when considering the time it takes to make a juice as a factor.

    Notable Features

    600-watt mini juicer for making healthy, freshly squeezed juice
    Universal motor generates speeds up to 10,000 RPMs for fast, efficient results
    Patented pulp-ejection system eliminates clogging; food chute with pusher
    High-quality stainless-steel bowl, blade, and basket; dispensing spout
    Measures 7-1/2 by 13-1/2 by 11-1/2 inches; 6-year limited warranty


A Personal Note:

Before we go into the #3 choice for our best budget juicers under $100 I do want to mention my opinion about juicers priced lower than $99. If I were recommending a juicer for under a $100 to a friend or family member, and they told me they only had $60 or so to spend at the most. I honestly would tell them to wait, save another $40 and buy one of the top 2 juicers that we talked about here. This is the same advise I am going to offer to you as well.

I believe that if you are planning on juicing for any period of time, then it will be worth it for you to spend the extra $40 and go with a better juicer. This is because generally speaking most juicers below $99 in my opinion not worth the money as they are known to have many issues and could break down, ceasing to work well before you have got your money's worth. We want to help you get the best for your money and honestly most juicers below $99 are just plain not worth investing your money into. 

However, many people would either like to just try juicing out and put in a minimal investment up front or they know that they will not be able to afford a juicer for more than $60 and really just want to get started juicing right now.

For these people we spent quite a bit of time combing through all of the juicer choices that were below $99, trying to find one that would be the best above the rest. I went over many of these juicers and I finally decided that this was the one that best fit into this category.

#3. The Hamilton Beach 67650A Big Mouth Pro Juice Extractor    $59

Consumer reports rated this juicer as a "best buy" and it also has received a lot of good reviews from people who have tried it. Many have said that they have been very happy with this juicer and do not regret their purchase.

At the same time I must say that the ratio of unhappy reviews is a bit higher with this juicer than with the Breville Compact and the L 'Equip Mini, but this is to be expected as it is about $40 cheaper. Among all of the juicers that were in the same price range as the Hamilton Beach Big Mouth, I found this one to get the best overall reviews. 

This juicer like the Breville Compact has a wider feed chute, meaning you can juice a lot of fruits and vegetables whole. This means there is less preparation time involved while juicing. This juicer is also an ejection juicer, which means it ejects the pulp out for you into a bin so that you can more easily dispose of it or use it however else you like. This gives you the best of both worlds and saves even more time that could be involved in cleaning out the juicer in between juicing more often.

The pulp that comes out of this juicer has been noted to be a bit wetter than the other 2 juicers mentioned above which makes sense as it is a more affordable juicer. This means that you are losing some of the juice in the process, but again if you are looking for a budget juicer or just wanting to give juicing a shot then this might work for you.

You can read reviews for this juicer by following the link above to the Hamilton Beach Big Mouth Pro Juice Extractor and scrolling to the bottom of the page.

This juicer has a 1 year warranty.

    Notable Features

    Fits whole foods – for less pre-cutting
    Easy to assemble and store
    Powerful 800 Watt motor
    Dishwasher safe parts
    Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging

    Rated "Best Buy" by a leading consumer advocacy publication
    One year warranty

In conclusion I think that all of these juicers have something to offer depending on what it is you are looking for. When it comes to the best juicers for under $100 these are our top choices. We did not choose these lightly and were sure to look over many other juicer choices before finalizing this page. We hope this will help you to make a better purchasing decision that will not only benefit your health, but also your pocketbook! 

If you have any questions at all relating to the budget juicers you see here, or any other juicer questions at all, please feel free to leave them in the comments section below.

If you would like to learn more about all the different juicer types as well as their pros and cons. You can click here to find out more. Learning more about all of the different juicer types can really help you to make the best decision for your health and your budget. 



  1. Michele says

    Does the Nutribullet do the same thing as a juicer? Will you get the same nutritional value using the Nutribullet?


    • Sean Carey says

      Hello Michele,

      The nutribullet is a mixer/blender that leaves the pulp in with the juice. A juicer extracts the juice while leaving as much pulp out of it as possible. With a nutribullet you get more of a smoothie. With a juice you get the juice separated from the rest of the produce item.

      So in short the nutribullet does not do the same thing as a juicer. You will still get wonderful nutrition by using a nutribullet. It will not be the same as a juicer though, because when juicing you are able to juice so much more out of your produce and the nutrition fits into less volume.

      What I mean is that when you are using a juicer, such as the ones above they will extract as much of the juice out of your produce by itself, without the pulp. Since the pulp takes up volume, you are able to use so much more produce with a juicer and fit it into the same sized glass as you would with what comes out of a blender.

      Also when juice cleansing, a lot of the huge results come from the fact that you are giving your bodies digestive system a break, which allows it to take care of other functions more optimally. Extracting the juice by itself without the pulp is what allows your body to do this, as the pulp takes more time to digest than the juice.

      You can use a nutribullet to make juice by blending it first and then filtering the contents through a nut bag or something else so that you get only the juice without the pulp. You can read a bit more about this on our FAQ page which a link can be found to at the top of this page on the right hand side.

      Look for the -Can I use a blender to make juices question-.

      I hope this will be of some help and if you have any other questions or you still need a further explanation of what I was talking about here. Comment here again! We are here to help!

  2. mrsdmk says

    Hi, everyone!!!! :)
    I was one of those people you mentioned who couldnt come up with the extra $, and needed a juicer ASAP so i went with the HB Big Mouth. Do far so good…and I have used it to juice parsley and kale and it did fine. I actually had to get it in sort of a rush…I had ordered another juicer (a more expensive one) through an auction on EBay but when it arrived it did not work, no friggin power!!! I had bought lots of produce to juice while it was shipping and had spents a good portion of the food $ for the month…so I went online and got the HB in desperation. When first deciding to improve my eating habits i had been thinking of getting a juicer. I then let a friend talk me into a NutriBullet…to sum it up i ended up selling that 6 months later and getting the original thing I was thinking of..a juicer. It all depends on if you want thicker typpe drinks over the juices, its a personal thing. I happen to like drinking the juices over the “NutriBlasts”. If I wan something filling i do have a half decent blender and I make a protein drink, or a smoothie ( using my fresh juices of course!)

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