Panasonic Slow Juicer | First Impressions

Panasonic slow juicer first impressions

I have loved testing out some great products from the Panasonic Kitchen over the last few months; the latest one I have been trying out is the Panasonic Slow Juicer. A juicer is something I have always fancied trying out; I love the fact that it leaves you with a super smooth juice but still contains all the nutrition from fruit & vegetables. There are so many combinations to try too; pure fruit juice, pure vegetable juice, or a mix of fruit & veg. The juice world is your oyster!

For rich-tasting highly nutritious juices..
You get rich, smooth juice filled with nutrition. You can also use the Frozen Attachment to make healthy desserts.


Like the other Panasonic products I have tried, the design of the slow juicer fits seamlessly. With a black and silver colour scheme and round design, it will look great in any kitchen. The juicer is a little more compact than the other products, though still heavy; but it could easily be stored in a space on the worktop.


You would imagine that with a juicer, you would only be able to make juice with it – wrong! With the Panasonic Slow Juicer, you can also create frozen desserts. Not to mention other smooth recipes that you may want to create, such as jams or soups.

Key features

The Panasonic Slow Juicer has some great features, including:

  • a slow rotating screw so nutrients aren’t destroyed by friction heat
  • strong pressure to squeeze everything from both hard and soft ingredients
  • a frozen attachment so you are able to make frozen desserts, that stay frozen longer


I must admit that on looking at all of the parts for the juicer without reading the instructions first, it did baffle me! But once I’d followed the instructions to put it together, it was easy enough to take apart and put back together again without having to read them again. The parts such as the extraction jug and the juice jug all slot inside each other too, to save space on storage. The juicer itself isn’t as noisy as some of the other products, but as the name says, it’s slow! The only thing you need to do yourself is put the ingredients into the feeding tube a bit at a time, and then let it work its magic. It’s great to watch it at work too, watching the roughage and the juice come out of each side.

Panasonic slow juicer set up

I will have a delicious fruit & vegetable juice recipe coming soon, so keep a look out!

*This post forms part of my ambassador role for the Panasonic Kitchen.

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Find my first impressions of the other products here –
Steam Combi Oven
High Power Blender
Gourmet Processor

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