Bella Whole Fruit Juicer Review – My Family Ties

We have been making more sensible food choices as a family since the over indulgence of Christmas, and as well as including a lot more exercise into our lives, we have all been swimming several times throughout the week and I have signed up to do the Moon Walk – Walk The Walk  in May and have been aiming to get fit and healthy for that challenge, it has been really inspiring to change my daily routine to train for the Moon Walk (half marathon) as the whole purpose of the walk is to raise money and awareness of cancer, and cancer research. 

Bella Juicer Review

So when the opportunity came to review a Bella High Power Whole Fruit Juicer I jumped at the chance as this would only enhance our efforts to become a healthier family.   We have been trying the Bella juicer out over the last few weeks and have made good use of it as not one single day has passed without making a fruit or vegetable juice! 

Bella whole Fruit Juicer
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About Bella 

Bella are a leading American brand who have a range of stylish, functional and contemporary small appliances within their collection. Bella has launched in the UK with the view to showcase the British consumers the “Bella Lifestyle” the innovative, bright, colourful addition to your kitchen. 

What We Thought Of The Bella Juicer

So once I had stocked up on plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables and given the Bella juicer pride of place in our little kitchen, all that was left was to test it out, and test it we did! I was never short of help to do the actual juicing as my daughter’s had a fascination with the juice extraction itself, and were always happy to lend a hand to made a new juice concoction. 

Bella whole Fruit Juicer

Once I had read the instruction manual and was ready to go, it was really simple to navigate around the juicer, and what I liked was the fact that the feed tube is big enough to be able to put whole fruits and vegetables into, which in turn saves you time when you are juicing for the family. Once you have chosen your fruits and vegetables to juice, (and cut to size where necessary)  you just add them to the feed tube, turn it on and use the long food pusher to push the it all though though to the filter and blade units giving you the pure juice within seconds. 

You can either use the High setting for harder produce such as beetroot, carrots or stringy celery or use the Low setting for softer produce such as apples, oranges and pears. We used a combination of the two, and the beauty of it is that you can switch freely between the two without having to turn the whole machine off and on. 

When the juice comes out in the juice collection jug, it has a clever froth separator (which does just that!) and also juicing spout fits neatly into the jug to ensure no spills while juicing. 

One of the features that I do like is that it is a very easy to clean machine, and the parts are dishwasher safe. When you take it apart after using, wash the parts and dry them and then replace to use for the next juice, really it’s only five minutes, so this in itself is a huge benefit, because it means that you do have time to have fresh juice and clean up very quickly so you can get on with your life. The fact it is dishwasher safe is a bonus but it is so quick to clean the juicer you won’t need to. 

Bella whole Fruit Juicer

The Bella juicer itself is on rubber feet so no slipping around on the kitchen counter’s and this keeps the unit nice and stable, which is good when the motor is running. As we have used the juicer every day over the last few weeks it has had a thorough test, and it has performed really well for us, juicing well, easy to clean and store and surprisingly lightweight. 

The juices we tried at first were quite conventional but since we started we have got a bit more adventurous and now are incorporating beetroot, ginger, sharon fruit and parsley and I am amazed at how tasty they are and what a difference the juicing journey has made. My skin feels less dry, I have lost weight (hooray!) and I generally feel more energised, as we all do. We have been quite stringent in sticking to the new regime and have replaced 1-2 meals with juices for us adults, and for the children I make a juice to go with their breakfast which is mainly fruit based and with their evening meal I make a juice which is mainly vegetable based. We have really enjoyed and benefited from this review of the Bella juicer and I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend juicing and the juicer itself to anyone as it has really made a positive healthy difference to us as a family. 

Top Tip
I found that using bio-degradable composting bags was a real time saver for cleaning the juicer, you just have to line the pulp basket on the side of the machine with a bio-degradable bag and this collects all the pulp neatly away without having to clean it out each time, saving time and mess.

Bella whole Fruit Juicer

Bella Juicer Features:

  • 1000 watts.
  • 2 variable speed settings for soft and hard fruits.
  • Takes whole or large pieces of fruit – no pre-cutting needed.
  • Includes recipes in the instruction booklet.
  • Removable stainless steel micro-mesh filter.
  • Removable stainless steel blades.
  • Lightweight.
  • Safety locking handle and safety switch.
  • Very easy to clean with dishwasher safe parts.
  • 1 litre juice capacity.
  • 2 litre pulp container.

Bella Whole Fruit Juicer
Bella Whole Fruit Juicer

Priced at £149.00 you can find out all the details of where to buy and the full product specifications on the Bella Housewares website.  I think for the price it is good value if you do intend to use the machine on a regular basis, it is a well appointed, lightweight machine which performs really well even with the regular use we have given it over the last few weeks. Cleaning the machine after use was not the laborious chore that I first anticipated, as it is simple to dismantle, wash, dry and put back together and really only takes about five minutes. Using the juicer has become as much a part of our day as the early morning coffee for us and I am very happy to add that we have all embraced the opportunity to feel and become healthier with all the nutritious juices we have been making. 

Bella whole Fruit Juicer
To find out more about the Bella Whole Fruit Juicer or any other appliance form the Bella range head to the Bella website for all the information you need.  

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*Bella sent the Whole Fruit Juicer for the purpose of this review however all opinions and views remain my own*


  1. February 25, 2015 / 5:00 pm

    It looks like a well designed bit of kit. I particularly like the idea of the collection jug.

  2. February 25, 2015 / 6:45 pm

    Good luck with the moon walk! I have been wondering about juicers for a while and this one does look fab. It is good that it is easy to clean, makes using things so much easier.

  3. February 25, 2015 / 7:02 pm

    I love our juicer! It really helps save waste too, anything that daughter deems past it's best gets whacked in the juicer, plus bits we'd usually throw away like broccoli stalks, ends of cucumbers etc.

    Love the sound of the liner bags, wish mine had those it would make cleaning so much easier!

  4. February 25, 2015 / 7:11 pm

    I really fancy a juicer, I'm not a smoothie fan but love fruit juice! This sounds like a great machine and it's good to read it is easy to clean, that is one of the things that has always put me off!

  5. February 26, 2015 / 12:35 am

    It certainly looks the business! Very stylish.

  6. February 26, 2015 / 9:12 am

    It looks like a great juicer. We are on the market for one so thank you for your review, it helps a lot 🙂

  7. February 26, 2015 / 11:05 am

    It looks and sounds like a great juicer to me x

  8. February 26, 2015 / 11:17 am

    This looks fab. I've been after one for a while but worry it would get used for a few weeks then left forgotten as most of my gadgets are.

  9. February 26, 2015 / 12:08 pm

    Great tip about the liners, the pulp can sometimes take some cleaning

  10. February 26, 2015 / 1:00 pm

    It looks and sounds like an excellent investment. Cleaning the pulp is what had put me off buying a juicer but this one seems to have solved that problem.

  11. February 26, 2015 / 1:38 pm

    This looks fantastic – we are hoping to get a juicer soon and get juicing…such a healthy way to live.

  12. February 26, 2015 / 3:05 pm

    Great piece of kit, im not too sure I would use it personally as im not a big fruit juice fan.

  13. February 26, 2015 / 3:52 pm

    I'm intrigued by juicers but not sure I would use one all the time, I imagine it would end up at the abck of the cupboard but that one sure is pretty so maybe not?

  14. February 27, 2015 / 11:01 pm

    I'm becoming more and more tempted to get a juicer reading all the reviews that people are doing. Just ned to decide which one

  15. March 1, 2015 / 12:27 pm

    I keep saying I am going to start juicing but never seem to get around to it

  16. March 2, 2015 / 12:13 pm

    Sounds like an interesting gadget. Anything that is easy to clean is a huge plus imo.

  17. March 2, 2015 / 1:24 pm

    Sounds great – looks good too!


  18. March 3, 2015 / 9:40 pm

    Wow, I think I need one of these in my life. What an amazing review

  19. March 4, 2015 / 3:51 pm

    I keep thinking about a juicer when haven't got round to it yet.