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Weston Deluxe Electric Tomato Strainer / Juicer

by Weston
Original price $129.95 - Original price $129.95
Original price
$129.95 - $129.95
Current price $129.95

Make quick work of fresh purees with the electric version of our popular Tomato Press. Ideal for large batches of sauce, seedless jam & salsa. Reverse function prevents jamming. Large capacity hopper holds 1 gallon of produce. Powerful 250 watt motor (120 volt, 60 Hz)

Three stainless steel straining screens: tomato/berry (1 mm), pumpkin (3 mm) & salsa (6 mm) included.

  • Powerful 250 watt motor
  • Make homemade tomato sauce from garden-fresh tomatoes in minutes
  • Save time when canning & preserving
  • Quickly separates the skin and seeds from the puree
  • Forward and reverse operation
  • Compact design for convenient storage
  • Includes stomper for safely pushing produce into the machine
SKU 812830025494

Customer Reviews

Based on 19 reviews
Very Easy to Use

Growing up my parents had an all metal version of this that was hand cranked, and we used it for all kinds of things. Have always wanted to get one, and then this showed up. The motor might seem like it's a luxury, but it makes this thing way simpler to use. If you have a crank, you have to bolt it down to the counter so it's always in an awkward spot, with the motor, it can go anywhere. Plus, you don't have to crank it.

It comes with 3 screens, and you there are a couple of other ones available (grapes, berries, etc). It works incredibly well and really fast. Cleanup is super simple, it's well designed so the motor/attachment never gets dirty, and everything comes apart with no sharp corners.

worth the money

Works great for juicing tomatoes. Cut time in half from the hand crank juicers.

John burhart
How well it worked.

How well it stayed in one place as it worked. East to clean.

Peter Weyland
Interesting Switch-Up from the Hand Crank

Like many other tomato enthusiasts, we've been using the hand-crank for many summers. We decided to give the electric one a shot. It does work well. But this is also ideal for someone who goes through a good number of tomatoes. We grow them, and there's no shortage of things we can use them for. Homemade tomato sauce, canning purposes, salsa to sell at the local farmer's market. My Mother in Law also is a fanatic for tomato gravy and biscuits (I'm sorry but I've just never been on board with that one). So this electric strainer is definitely something that we put to good use. Not difficult to set up. Easy to operate. And sure, it takes time to clean, but then it cuts down your time prepping for sauces and salsa. So it's still a winner.

Fast shipping and a good price.

Tried it out today and it seems to work very well.