Slowjuicen von Obst und Gemüse

Slowjuicen, wie funktioniert das?

Slowjuicing, how does it work?


A slow press

The Versapers is a slowjuicer. It means "slow pressing". The "slow" refers to the rotation speed of the mechanism. The Versapers has a speed of approximately 70 revolutions per minute. As a result, the juice is slowly squeezed out of fruits or vegetables. The press separates the juice from the pulp and comes out of of the machine through two different exits. 


High quality juice

This is a cold pressing and similar to the cold pressing of olive oil. This makes the slowjuicer a huge improvement over the fast juicers. This slowjuicer technique of pressing slowly ensures minimum friction and allows hardly any heat to be developed. This will ensure that the majority of enzymes and vitamins remain intact. The juice you make with the Versapers is of a high quality with fibers and it is tenable up to 48 hours in the refrigerator. All fruits and vegetables that you can eat by chewing, are suitable to make a fresh juice. 


Slow and fast at the same time

Slow? No way! The Versapers is not slow with an average of juicing 2 large glasses of juice in 5 minutes. Sometimes more, sometimes less, depending on the type of fruit or vegetable you use. Because of the larger opening and the self-feeding squeezing screw the Versapers is twice as fast and much easier to use than other slowjuicers on the market. The technology behind the Versapers has been tested and developed thoroughly. That is why we call the Versapers without hesitation the best all-round slowjuicer of the Netherlands. 


Good for your health

Once you've decided to make juices a regular part of your daily diet, you will quickly notice the results: 


  • After 10 days, you start to feel noticeably fitter. You'll sleep better and have for example less often a headache. Your bowel movement will improve considerably. 
  • After 20 days you can begin to see a reduction in obesity. Also, drinking juice becomes a real habit.
  • After 30 days you will notice that with some movement and much less effort you create muscle mass. Meanwhile you burst with energy.


Please note that during the first days it can happen that you experience side effects (such as a headache or fatigue). These are manifestations that occur as your body gets rid of large amounts of waste materials. This is only temporary and the beginning of a healthier lifestyle. Keep going and you will feel remarkably more vital and energetic within 10 to 30 days. 


The most important features

Vertical press system:

This slowjuicer works vertically so the fruits or vegetables fall directly through the shaft into the press and rotate. Using a pestle is therefore superfluos, which is a big advantage over a horizontal model slowjuicer.  



The clever design of the Versapers is 50% less space-consuming than other slowjuicers. 


Very quiet performance:

The powerful engine with noise reduction ensures a quiet operation. 


High yield:

The Versapers has an improved output, so the device squeezes more juice from vegetables and fruits. 



Does not only prepare vegetable and fruit juices, but you can also make for example smoothies, nut and seed milk, ice cream, jam, tofu, soup and wheatgrass juice. 

Clever rinse method:

If you wish to make a different juice during pressing, just pour some water into the bolw and let the Versapers run briefly without ingredients. This flushes the slowjuicer, so you are ready for the next pressing or you can easily clean it now. 


The Versapers slowjuicers have a very strong fine strainer and a powerful engine. You can count on years of happy juicing. Also included is an excellent warranty

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