It's been a few months since I applied to be a influencer/brand ambassador with Come Round for a campaign it was holding with Panasonic for their Panasonic Slower Juicer. I was very lucky in being shortlisted for the campaign, and finally chosen for the opportunity out of the hundred other bloggers that applied for this opportunity to receive this product to chat about on my blog. You'll have to apologise for the delay in putting this post together, I have definitely took a lot of opportunities on recently and become very overwhelmed with it all. 

I think this post has been well worth the wait, I'm really excited to chat about the Panasonic Slow Juicer with you. 


I couldn't wait to get my hands on the Panasonic Slow Juicer, having had a Breville in my kitchen to make juices and smoothies in the past, actually I can't think of the last time I used it. I've been looking for a new product that I can fall in love with because the Breville just isn't doing it for me anymore. I used The Juice Diet book provided in my #PanasonicSlowJuicer party pack to help me get some inspiration in helping me decide what I wanted to create with my juicer and quite frankly having never used a juicer before I settled for a simplistic Orange Juice and a Apple and Strawberry juice. 

However, this book would be great to use once I am more experienced in using the equipment.


Panasonic has created a juicer which doesn't live up to the name of 'slow juicer', don't let it put you off because it actually creates your juice in just as much time than a blender usually does. The juicer goes through a very thorough process which means that the fruit/vegetables you decide to use to create your juice doesn't lose all of it's nutrients, it's very much still there! Also it's not at all as noisy as my Breville product, always a winner. The slow juicer is a right little gem it doesn't just make juices but with one swap of equipment it can become a sorbet/frozen yoghurt maker - something which is perfect for the hotter weeks! 

I haven't tried this part of the product yet but I am definitely looking forward to giving it a go in the future. 

I found it quite difficult to disassemble after use, I definitely needed a handed but it's easier than you think! I found it really great and ease to clean too, especially in those areas you thought might be harder to clean. I was really impressed with how easy it was to clean and it didn't take long to do at all once you've got the hang of the little hard to reach areas. 

I really enjoyed working with simplistic recipes so that I could get to know how this product works, I also enjoyed performing the taste too! I loved having a fresh orange juice that came without the pips, it's honestly a pet hate of mine! 

I really can't wait to start experimenting with different combinations and using it as an alternative for a morning juice either. 




thanks for reading,
Disclaimer: I was sent a Panasonic Slow Juicer as part of a campaign ran by Come Round and used it to create a review post. The photos and views are all my own.