You can store your juice in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 72 hours. We recommend consuming your juice within a few hours of it being out of the fridge.

Centrifugal juicers (also known as fast juicers) process fruit and vegetables into a spinning sieve-type basket with sharp blades on the bottom. They juice faster than masticating juicers however the spinning blades generate heat which can destroy some of the enzymes in the fruit and vegetables. The heat also oxidises those nutrients, rendering a less nutritious juice.

Masticating juicers (or cold press juicers), like MOD, use a slow-moving rotating screw to gently press produce against a perforated screen. This carefully separates the pulpy fibre from the juice. No heat is created which means the enzymes of the fruit and vegetables do not become damaged. You are also left with a dryer pulp, meaning you are getting a higher juice yield from your produce.

The difference between juicing and blending comes down to what is left out of the process. With juicing, you are removing all fibrous material, leaving just the liquid of the fruits and vegetables. With blending, nothing is left out - the pulp, fibre and juice all become part of the final product.

As our parts are made of BPA free plastic, we do not recommend putting our products in the dishwasher as this may cause damage. We recommend cleaning your parts in lukewarm soapy water straight after use to prevent build up. There are detailed instructions about how to care for your parts in our Juicer Manual.

We recommend buying a cold press juicer if:

  • You want to make nutritious cold press juice at home
  • You want to do juice cleanses, fasts or improve the quality of your diet
  • You want to make homemade nut milks
  • You want to make homemade, fruit based sorbets
  • You want a juice that is quieter than most
  • You have an extra few minutes in your day to allow for a slightly slower juicing experience

You can juice most fruits and vegetables. From celery, apples and oranges to beetroot, leafy greens and more. Every juicer comes with a Juicing Handbook which guides you through which produce is able to be juiced and also how to prepare them for juicing.

Yes, you sure can. With the MOD Cold Press Juicer, there is no need to use a nut milk bag, the juicer does it all for you and the leftover nut pulp will be super dry allowing you to easily use it in baking.

Yes, you sure can. Each MOD Cold Press Juicer comes with a bonus wellness bundle which includes a free sorbet filter. Simply switch out the juicing filter for the sorbet filter and your machine is set up to make sorbet.

Yes - we stand by the quality of our products and offer a generous warranty on all juicers purchased. Refer to our Shipping & Warranty page for more information.

Yes, we do sell spare parts. Head to our spare parts page here

if you have any question please contact customer service at and we can answer all your questions.



Yes, we stand by the quality of our products and offer a generous warranty on all juicers purchased. Refer to our Shipping & Warranty page for more information.

Yes, the MOD Blend Pro is fitted with a 1500W commercial grade motor. This makes it one of the most powerful motors on the market.

Yes, every MOD Blend Pro comes with a tamper that will help with blending thick, sticky ingredients.

Yes, the MOD Blend Pro is fitted with a touch screen display which includes five preset functions along with a touch slide allowing you ultimate control over your blending.

Yes, one of the five preset functions available on the touch screen display will blend cold pre-roasted vegetables into a hot, creamy soup in a matter of minutes.

Yes, the MOD Blend Pro is great for smoothies. The MOD Blend Pro’s powerful motor can blend thick ingredients with ease, producing a smooth and creamy result every single time.

There are a few differences between a Bullet and a MOD Blend Pro. The MOD Blend Pro has a powerful 1500 watt commercial grade motor whereas bullets are usually only around 600-900 watts and tend to be designed to make a smaller single serving.

Blenders are more robust, backed by generous warranties and use a 2 litre (67 oz) jug allowing you to blend both large and small quantities.

The primary purpose of a bullet is to liquify products whereas a blender can be used for anything from soups and smoothies to ice coffees and cake mixtures!

So if you’re wanting value for money and to own an appliances that is extremely versatile, a blender is the way to go!



MOD Appliances is an Australian based, owned and operated company. Our products are designed in Australia with parts being sourced from USA, Japan and Taiwan then assembled in China under strict quality controlled conditions. Our components are food safe and BPA free

Orders are dispatched the next business day. We have a warehouse based locally in Salt Lake City, Utah. You can see estimated shipping times based on your location on our shipping page here.

All our MOD products are sold exclusively online via If you have any questions that have not been answered by the FAQs, please contact our Customer Service team at, we would be happy to help!

You can find out more about our returns including our 28 Day Change of Mind Return Policy here.

You can contact our Customer Service team via the contact form over on our contact page here! or email us at

We accept payment via credit card, PayPal, Sezzle and ApplePay. You can purchase online at or over the phone by calling (800) 620-8301.

We have everything from Kombucha and Cider Kits to Drink bottles and coconut bowls, see our full range of accessories here.

The first batch you make using the MOD Kombucha Starter Kit will take approximately 20 days to make. After that, however, you will be able to time your brews so you always have fresh kombucha on hand.

It depends on how you flavour it! The great thing about making your own kombucha is that you can make it taste exactly how you want it to. There are so many different flavour combinations to experiment with as well. Ginger and lemon, pineapple and lime, mango and passionfruit or apple and cinnamon are just a few of our favourites.