Target sell a range of juicers, including citrus juicers, centrifugal juicers and juicer attachments.
We’ve brought together all the citrus juicers available at Target in this post, and there’s quite a choice! Let’s take a look at the citrus juicers at Target, starting with our favorite:
Vinci Hands Free Citrus Juicer
Fresh orange juice is delicious and the Vinci hands free citrus juicer makes it a breeze to whip up orange or any type of citrus juice in a flash.
Simply cut your fruit in half, place in the citrus juicer and press the juice button. The reamer automatically moves upwards to the correct height to maximize the juice output of your citrus fruit.
There are two strainers included, for more or less pulp in your juice. The citrus juicer also comes apart for easy rinsing, with all parts top rack dishwasher safe.
Take a look at the video below which shows the Vinci citrus juicer in action.
What we like the most about the Vinci Citrus Juicer is the design of the reamer. We took this snippet during the video, which shows the pointed tip of the reamer.
One of the biggest complaints about citrus juicers is their inability to effectively juice limes and small citrus fruits.
The Vinci citrus juicer doesn’t have that problem due to the shape of the tip of the reamer. It will effectively juice small citrus fruits and large – up to 4.5 inches in diameter.
The Vinci Citrus Juicer is available to purchase at Target and on Amazon.com. At the time of writing the pricing was the same at both stores.
Oster Citrus Juicer
This juicer has terrible reviews at Target, with most people saying it broke within the first few uses. Oster customer service is very good at responding to the reviews however, and offering the customers to contact their customer service department.
In comparison to the Vinci citrus juicer above, the Oster juicer does leave you with a sense that you get what you pay for.
The parts are not dishwasher safe, you need to hold the fruit down whilst the juicer spins, and the shape of the reamer doesn’t look like it would handle smaller fruits like lemons and limes very well at all.
Based on the reviews at Target, we cannot recommend purchasing the Oster Juicer.
Dash Electric Citrus Juicer
We were pleasantly surprised by this sweet electric citrus juicer, with two different sized cones for smaller and larger citrus fruits.
This is a budget friendly electric citrus juicer, with an auto reverse function to maximize juice extraction, settings for more or less pulp and dishwasher safe parts.
It’s no Vinci automatic juicer, and you will need to hold the fruit onto the cone, but we kind of fell in love with the retro design, simplicity yet fabulous functionality of such a budget priced juicer.
It is all plastic, so for how long the cone and cup will last we can’t be sure, but for the price, this is a great start for easy citrus juicing.
The Dash juicer is available at Target and on Amazon.com.
At the time of writing there were considerable price variations between the two stores (Target didn’t appear to be on sale but was much more affordable) – make sure you check the latest pricing at both stores before you buy!
Black and Decker Citrus Juicer
Black and Decker are a quality brand and what you are paying for here is slightly better quality than the Dash juicer above, but with the same functionality.
Like the Dash juicer above, the Black and Decker juicer spins in both directions to maximize juice extraction. Each time you press down on the fruit, the juicer spins in the other direction.
There is also a pulp control function for more or less pulp in your juice. The Black and Decker juicer also comes with two cones for smaller or larger citrus fruits.
The Black and Decker Juicer is slightly larger than the Dash juicer and therefore holds more juice in the storage container than the dash juicer above. The Black and Decker juicer also comes with a lid for storage.
The Black and Decker citrus juicer is available at both Target and on Amazon.com.
Like the Dash Juicer, the Black and Decker had big price differences between Target and Amazon. Make sure you check this one out on Amazon before you buy!
Proctor Silex Juicit Citrus Juicer
The Proctor Silex Juicit juicer is quite similar to the Black and Decker and Dash citrus juicers above.
Priced slightly cheaper than the two juicers above, the Proctor Silex juicer also has two sized cones for larger citrus fruits like oranges and grapefruits, and a smaller cone for lemons and limes.
You can control the output of pulp and clean up is a breeze with dishwasher safe parts.
There has been some feedback that this juicer is a little on the noisy side, however, for the budget price it’s a small compromise.
Make sure you check the pricing at Target for this one, if you’re shopping for a bargain…
Imusa Citrus Juicer
We really wanted to like this Imusa citrus juicer, but it falls a little short in comparison to the Black and Decker citrus juicer and Dash citrus juicer.
The price is extremely affordable and it comes with everything you’d expect from a more expensive citrus juicer – two different sized cones, reverse rotation, 34 oz pitcher, cover and pulp selection filter.
Unfortunately however, most users commented the Imusa citrus juicer didn’t last very long and stopped working.
It is covered by a 12 month warranty, however, with other brands like the Black and Decker, Dash and Proctor Silex at similar prices, we would recommend buying one of those over the Imusa juicer.
If you are interested in the Imusa Juicer, check out the price at Target before Amazon to save some considerable dollars. At the time of writing, the Imusa juicer was under $15.
Which is the Best Buy Citrus Juicer at Target?
Our absolute favorite choice hands down is the Vinci Hands Free Citrus Juicer. But this fancy hands free juicer comes with a fancy price tag to match.
If this juicer is not within your budget, we recommend the Black and Decker Citrus Juicer.
A solid well known brand, we believe the Black and Decker citrus juicer offers a little more quality over the Dash citrus juicer and Proctor Silex Citrus Juicer.
Having said that, if we couldn’t get the Black and Decker citrus juicer, the Dash juicer and Proctor Silex juicers are great runner ups in the budget citrus juicer category. Dash being a little smaller than Black and Decker, and Proctor Silex being noisier.
Unfortunately, Oster and Imusa citrus juicers haven’t stacked up to the other options of citrus juicers available at Target.
Make sure you double check the pricing between Target and Amazon as well.
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There were huge disparities between the prices of some juicers, some double the price at one store in comparison to the other. We’ve done our best to tell you where to shop for the best buy citrus juicer!