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Pls help buying juicer / Green Star Elite 5000

Hello,

I would like to buy an expensive twin gear juice extractor model "Tribest Green Star Elite GSE-5000 Jumbo".

Can anyone advise on ideas / options of where I can buy this?

Does anyone know where I can go and get one in the greater Zurich area?

Or does anyone know where I could go in Germany and what type of price difference to expect?

Or perhaps there is some online site (.ch or across Europe) which people can recommend?

I've looked at toppreise.ch and didn't see anything and also checked out swissjuicers.ch .... just want to know if there are any other options out there.

Thanks for your thoughts,

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Re: Pls help buying juicer / Green Star Elite 5000

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Or perhaps there is some online site (.ch or across Europe) which people can recommend?
Here you go :

http://www.amazon.de/Tribest-GSE-500...GSE-5000+Jumbo

You may need a delivery address in Germany.
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Re: Pls help buying juicer / Green Star Elite 5000

Thanks.

There are some German websites that show that they will ship to CH and show that they have subtracted the VAT from the price.

Do you know how I figure out how much the Swiss will add on top?

Do you have a very rough approximate guess as to how much I will have to pay to the Swiss on the top for around 500chf value in goods?

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Does anyone know some of the bigger and more famous online price aggregators for Germany, similar to toppreise.ch in CH ?

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Thanks.

There are some German websites that show that they will ship to CH and show that they have subtracted the VAT from the price.

Do you know how I figure out how much the Swiss will add on top?
Swiss VAT plus probably a handling charge of 20chf or so. I'm sure you can research the VAT percentage yourself.
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Re: Pls help buying juicer / Green Star Elite 5000

http://www.keimling.ch/saftpressen-e...tar-elite.html

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Re: Pls help buying juicer / Green Star Elite 5000

Clearly a post is now missing but in case someone else is looking to buy a juicer and wondering if it is necessary to buy a super fancy one - I have a Greenis Slow Juicer, the cheapest model is EUR 119 incl. shipping (at least it is now), you pay about CHF 20 customs whatsits, it works very well for the sort of person who makes one or two juices at a time at home and deals ok with ginger and turmeric, although I would not recommend it to make actually pure ginger juice, the way it is constructed means that very fibrous stuff tends to clog up the system a bit, so you would have to clean the juicer every few minutes to keep it running smoothly.

There are more expensive models from Greenis but I was not able to figure out in what way they deliver more for the additional cost, so I just got the cheapest one. Since I hardly ever used my extraction juicer that I had before, I reckoned it was better to see if I would use this one more before spending a lot of money on another gadget that gathers dust. I've been using this one regularly and I am very happy with it. I wish it could be put in the dishwasher for even easier cleaning but it's actually only the extraction sieve that is a bit of a pain to scrub clean when you use ginger or turmeric, other than that it's pretty low effort. I've also made excellent almond milk with it (and then made almond flour with the leftovers thanks to my oven's dehydration function).
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