Kuvings vs Hestia vs Agaro Cold Press Juicers – Which is better?

We have tested all three machines and offer an unbiased opinion on these juicers.

Cold press juicers are the best appliances for extracting nutritious juice from fruits and vegetables. The best brands in the market include Kuvings B1700, Hestia Nutri Max, and Agaro Imperial Cold Press Juicer.

While the market offers an exciting range of cold press juicers in Kuvings, Hestia, and Agaro, choosing the ideal appliance can be challenging because each has its plus and minus points.

Let us compare these three top-quality cold press juicers and see which is best suited for your home.

Our Opinion

Budget-wise, the Agaro Imperial cold press juicer is the most economical.

Agaro Cold Press review
Agaro Cold Press Juicer

The Kuvings B1700 is the most expensive. Besides, accessories like sorbet and smoothie strainers are unavailable with the package. You must buy them separately.

Kuvings B1700 Review
Kuvings B1700

The Hestia Nutri-Max delivers an excellent juicing performance, but the Kuvings B1700 is better. Secondly, Hestia’s customer service is not up to the mark.

ABC Juice in Hestia Nutri Max Cold Press Juicer
Hestia Nutri Max

Performance-wise, the Kuvings B1700 is the best of the three. Besides, it offers the highest warranty, making the appliance cost-effective. However, much depends on the individual’s preferences, usage patterns, and budget.

Kuvings vs Hestia vs Agaro

This table should simplify things a lot.

Brand NameKuvings B1700Hestia Nutri-MaxAgaro Imperial
Price Rs 21,900Company price – Rs 13,999Rs 13,499
Technology UsedPatented JMCS technologyKorean TechnologyCold Press technology
AugerPatented ULTEM augerTall, powerful plastic augerScrew-shaped pulverizing auger
Feeding Tube76 mm81 mm74 mm
Useful forExtracting juice from vegetables and fruitsExtracting juice from vegetables and fruitsExtracting juice from vegetables and fruits
Warranty12 years10 years – motor 3 years – electronics 1 year – Plastic parts5 years – motor 1 year – electrical parts

Let us compare these top-quality juicers by discussing their features and performance.


Kuvings B1700 has one of the most attractive designs among cold press juicers. The B1700 won the Good Design Award in 2020. It is available in three color combinations, Red, Phantom Black, and Dark Silver.

Apple carrot beetroot juice in Kuvings B1700 Cold Press Juicer
Apple carrot beetroot juice in Kuvings B1700 Cold Press Juicer

Hestia Nutri-Max has an updated design with the widest feeding tube and the biggest juice bowl among the three models on display.

The Agaro Imperial cold press juicer has a compact design with a 100% BPA-free plastic body. It is available in two colors, grey and black.

Agaro Cold Press Juicer
Agaro Cold Press Juicer

Appearance-wise, all these models are equal. So, it boils down to individual preferences.


Kuvings B1700 offers additional accessories like smoothie strainer and sorbet strainer, but they are available separately. Its blades are made of high-quality ULTEM, the same materials used in manufacturing spacecraft parts.

Hestia Nurti-Max offers three strainers: a juice strainer (fine), a smoothie strainer (coarse), and a frozen fruit strainer. This appliance has the tallest auger among the three appliances discussed here. It helps in maximum juice extraction.

Hestia Nutri Max Cold Press Juicer

The Agaro Imperial cold press juicer has a sturdy design with an ABS plastic body, a BPA-free container, and strainers. Compared to Kuvings and Hestia models, Agaro has the smallest feeder tube.


The Kuvings B1700 uses patented JMCS technology that promises 40% more juice than other juicers. We have tested this juicer and found that it extracts more juice than the Hestia and Agaro models. The Kuvings B1700 is the most versatile of the three models discussed here.

Kuvings B1700 Review | Best Cold Press Juicer?

The Kuvings B1700 has a powerful 240W AC motor that performs flawless juicing. The large feeder tube allows for inserting entire fruits. But we advise cutting the fruits into three or four pieces to ensure better juice extraction. It also allows you to check whether the fruits are contaminated with insects.

The Hestia Nutri-Max is excellent for extracting juices from fresh fruits and vegetables because of its slow masticating speed. While this juicer is best for preparing sorbets and smoothies, Juicing Green leafy vegetables is not that good. The Hestia has the best pulp extraction performance because the pulp came out the driest compared to the other models under review.

Hestia cold press juicer orange juice

This juicer has an extra-long feeder tube to ensure 100% juicing. We have tried extracting carrot and beetroot juice using this appliance. The results were excellent. Still, I recommend removing citrus fruit seeds before extracting juice from oranges, sweet limes, and other citrus fruits.

The Agaro Imperial cold press juicer extracts juice from pulpy fruits and vegetables. This machine is not ideal for leafy greens because the strands get entangled in the auger. However, this appliance has a unique reverse rotation function that allows removing clogged pulp and enhances its overall performance.

Agaro Cold Press slow carrot and green juice
Made in Agaro Cold Press Juicer

Performance-wise, the Kuvings B1700 seems the best device because it handles leafy green vegetables better than the Hestia and Agaro models. But the fruit juicing performances of all three cold press juicers are comparable.


All three cold press juicers offer cleaning tools. After pouring water through the feeder tube, you can run the machine for two minutes. It helps remove the sticky pulp from the auger and the container. You can disassemble the machine and clean the individual parts separately in the kitchen sink.

Cleaning a slow juicer

Cleaning-wise, these cold press juicers are equal in all respects.

Here are the pros and cons of the three machines before deciding on which is the best cold press juicer.

Seep Gandhi
Seep Gandhi
Seep Gandhi, a Computer Science Engineer with a BTech degree from The Technological Institute of Textiles & Sciences, has a multifaceted life. She's a dedicated mother of two and a passionate 'Voice over Artist and Home & Kitchen Organizer.' With a solid six-year background as an Associate Business Analyst at Tech Mahindra, she blends professional prowess with personal pursuits. Seep's enthusiasm for all things home and kitchen-related is evident in her role as a reviewer at KitchenArena, where she shares valuable insights on small home appliances.


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