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An affordable cold-press press juicer? Norwalk vs. Welles vs. k&K
 
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An affordable cold-press press juicer? Norwalk vs. Welles vs. k&K


I cannot afford a hydraulic press Norwalk juicer. I’d like to press juice ASAP.

I found many recommending to get a low RPM grinder and a k&k press, juice factory press, or welles a.k.a peoples press.

I think k&k and juice factory are the same press. I read a comment online complaining about the difficulty of pumping the hydraulic press in the k&k. Plus k&k seems to be out of business.

The welles looks solid and well built in photos. But I need your help with feedback plz!

1- If anyone has used a Welles a.k.a. Peoples press by Samson, please share your experience with me.

2- I read the Norwalk provided 6000 lbs of pressure but I also read others saying it only had 1000 lbs pressure only (maybe each Norwalk model has different pressure).

Would the pressure of a Welles (at 2000 lbs only) be enough to produce juice?

So to recap, how was the usability and performance of the Welles press, and was the pressure enough?
 

 
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