The Infiny Revolution ZC500 – a slow juicer that is said to be able to extract 35% more juice, 30% more vitamin C, and 75% more antioxidants than a traditional centrifugal juicer.
This is according to laboratory tests performed with 1kg of grapes for the juice, 1kg oranges for the vitamin C and 500g raspberries for the antioxidants in comparison with the TEFAL ZN65 juice extractor
The Turning Screw found on the Infiny Press Revolution uses constant yet gentle pressure to extract all the juice from each ingredient. The slow rotation exerts delicate pressure to extract the best from all kinds of fruits, vegetables or even fresh herbs.
Now let’s have a more detailed view of the Infiny Revolution ZC500, starting off from the very solid base that holds the motor unit.
At the front is the juice exit spout, there’s also the large POWER ON button nearby.
On the other side is the extract exit spout.
The 3 part feeding tube (right) and the pusher (left) are the components placed at the top. 3 tubes allow you to place multiple items into the juicer at the same time while the pusher is as what it is called, allows you to push any items that are not moving down the tube.
The Infiny Revolution ZC500 comes with 2 filters, one for the juice (orange color) and one for the coulis (purple).
NOTE : Coulis : A form of thick sauce made from puréed and strained vegetables or fruits. Tefal has a recipe book for the Infiny Revolution ZC500, you’ll know when to use which filter in no time.
Remember the “turning screw” mentioned at the introduction? This is it, it’s a big one alright. It’s called the “pressing stem” in the manual.
The squashed contents will flow into the bowl (the transparent one) and funneled to the juice collector (the silver base)
Included with the Infiny Revolution ZC500 is a brush for you to clean the filters.
Here’s a short video of the Tefal Infiny Revolution ZC500 in operation.
The Tefal Infiny Revolution ZC500 is a solid product, not just in performance but also in build quality.
I must say the juice extracted by the Tefal Infiny Revolution ZC500 was very fine, and I’m thoroughly impressed by the quality of the extract. The manual was straight forward and I got the juicer up and running in a jiffy, it was also easy to disassemble and cleaning it was a breeze as the components were not locked in such a manner that it requires brute strength to detach.
The Tefal Infiny Revolution ZC500 retails at RM 1,499 and comes with 2-years warranty. For more details, please visit the official product page.