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Hurom Hurom H-AA Alpha Series (Hurom H26)
Hurom H-AA Alpha Series (Hurom H26)
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Hurom H-AA Alpha Series (Hurom H26)

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<p> The Hurom H-AA Alpha Series (also known as H26) has a new Hurom pressing screw, with an extra cutting edge. This gives you a higher juice yield compared to the previous Hurom models. </p>
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What can you squeeze with the Hurom H-AA Alpha (Third Generation)?
The Hurom H-AA slow juicer can easily process both soft and hard fruit into a delicious juice. In addition, the Hurom slow juicer is good at squeezing hard vegetables, leafy greens, nuts and soybeans to create nutritious juices, milk, tofu and more. Pressing wheatgrass with the renewed Alpha technology in the Hurom H-AA slow juicer provides improved results, but it does not give the same result as with most horizontal slow juicers. The H-AA also has the ability to make ice.

What kind of juice do you get with the Hurom H-AA slow juicer?
The H-AA slow juicer features the latest technology from the Hurom factory. This is Alpha technology. Hurom has created an extra cutting surface, giving you a higher juice yield compared to the previous Hurom models. The juice quality that you obtain with the slow juicer is good, with virtually no pulp in the juice.

How do you clean the Hurom H-AA Alpha slow juicer?
Do you want to make multiple juice recipes in one go? It is then not necessary to clean all parts in between. You can put some water in the bowl, switch it on briefly and let it rinse. You can then continue immediately. When you have finished pressing you can clean the bowl and sieve again by adding some water and turning it on briefly. The built-in brushes ensure that everything is cleaned. You can then rinse loose parts under the tap.

Why should you choose the Hurom H-AA slow juicer?

Alpha technology (third generation) - The Hurom H-AA press screw is a third generation press screw that uses Alpha technology. The pressing screw has been given an extra cutting surface.
Sleek, slim design: the Hurom slow juicer has a beautiful design that is designed to be slimmer and fit nicely on your kitchen counter.
Slow Sqeeze technology: The H-Aa slow juicer spins at 43 revolutions per minute and mimics pressing by hand. This gives you a nice juice and a high juice yield.
Pulp regulator: The pulp regulator allows you to control the amount of pulp you want to add to the juice. With more pulp, you get a thicker juice with more fiber. If you want a pure juice, close the pulp regulator.
Easy to clean: the built-in cleaning brushes (scrapers) ensure that you only need to add water to the slow juicer and turn it on briefly. The brush will do the job for you.
Versatile: In addition to pressing fruits and vegetables, you can also create milk and tofu from nuts and soybeans.

The H-AA Alpha comes with a coarse and fine strainer plus a special attachment for making ice cream and smoothies. The coarse sieve is good for a pulpy juice, but also for making tomato puree, for example.

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Article number:8809069583132
EAN:8809069583132
SKU:H-AA-DBE17
Tax:21%
Weight:5000
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