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Product of the Week: NFL’s Nick Bosa Swears by the Hurom H400 Juicer. Should You?

Product of the Week: NFL’s Nick Bosa Swears by the Hurom H400 Juicer. Should You?

Hurom’s premium juicer packs a (quiet) punch and cuts down on cleanup. Does it deserve a spot in your wellness routine?

Hurom has been manufacturing juicers since 1974 and approaches juicing with a science-first approach. The Hurom H400 Easy Clean Slow Juicer is no exception. It rotates at a speed of 43 revolutions per minute to mimic the motion of a hand squeezing juice and has the brand’s largest volume of any self-feeding hopper yet, which reduces a consumer’s need to chop produce finely.

San Francisco 49ers defensive end Nick Bosa is affiliated with the brand, and credits juicing with revamping his diet and improving his play on the field.

Athletech News took the Hurom H400 for a spin to see if this juicer is a worthwhile addition to your wellness arsenal.


As someone who doesn’t usually consume juice, I was worried I would find the product overly sweet, like many grocery brands. However, although it was not pulpy, the juice was noticeably different than store-bought brands. The juicer minimizes the breakdown and oxidation of fruits and vegetables, which retains much of the produce’s nutrients and gives it a more natural taste.  

Even as someone inexperienced in juicing, it was easy to figure out combinations of ingredients that tasted as delicious as drinks one might purchase in a health food store or smoothie store. Adding ingredients with a kick—like lemon, turmeric, or ginger rounded out more standard produce ingredients like celery, kale, apples, and oranges. The ability to make fresh nut milk at home, like almond, oat, or cashew milk, can reduce the number of trips to the grocery store and revamp your daily routine.

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The Hurom website has an extensive list of recipes that users can explore, ranging from fruit juices to pesto to soup. It only took minutes to get a full cup of juice and was extremely quiet—I barely noticed the motor’s sound. 

Although many juicers have cleanups that are time-intensive, the Hurom H400’s only took around 5-10 minutes. The pieces of the juicer detach and reattach easily. The pulp container is spacious, which allows for fewer disposals while juicing. I was able to produce a full glass of juice (~12 ounces) from filling the chamber with fruits and vegetables. It was also easy to add more produce while the juicer was still running, which was useful when I was still figuring out recipes and my flavor preferences. 

The pulp also comes out in a consistent texture, and Hurom provides recipes for the pulp, including ravioli and baked veggie crackers. For those who have concerns about juicing’s lack of fiber, consuming the pulp is a convenient and healthy way to get back that fiber without waste.  

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Although this is not unique to the Hurom H400, the product requires a significant amount of produce for a serving of juice. For example, one serving of apple and carrot juice requires two large carrots and a large apple. One cup of almond milk requires 1 cup of almonds. For multiple servings of juice, you’ll need to stock up on produce. 

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Juicing does require some prep time, as well. I tried to put larger pieces of grapefruit into the H400, and it did not start properly. Cutting produce into smaller pieces is generally necessary to start the machine. However, 2-inch pieces cubes of produce were generally small enough to get the machine working, which was easy in terms of preparation. Otherwise, the juicer could handle dense fruits and vegetables if combined with more watery produce. 

Because the juice is not pasteurized, it can last up to 72 hours depending on the ingredients. For those who want to produce a lot of juice and store it for the week, at-home juicing might not be the best solution. 

For those on a budget, the Hurom H400 retails for $699. Many other premium slow juicers are similarly priced. Some budget offerings retail for as low as $100 but lack Hurom’s advanced masticating technology. The machine is also large (6.6 x 10.3 x 18.5 inches), taking up a nontrivial amount of counter space, which could be a consideration for those who live in smaller apartments. It also weighs around 15 pounds, so storing it away is possible but likely not preferable for many. 

Final Thoughts

Overall, the Hurom H400 Easy Clean Slow Juicer is a fantastic option for those looking to bring premium juicing to their daily routine with easy cleanup. 

Read more ATN Product Reviews here.

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