GET EVERY DROP OF JUICE: This Amco citrus press is proven to get more juice, you'll also have NO SEEDS or PULP in your juice; works perfectly with large and small Meyer lemons, Key limes, limequats and more

UNIQUE DESIGN: Designed with a patented dual-sided center push plate that automatically adjusts for different citrus fruits; effortlessly squeeze the juice without the seeds.

EASY TO USE: To juice, cut a lemon or lime in half, put in the center plate up for lemons or down for limes, then squeeze; great tool for making fresh lemonade, limeade, margaritas, and more on warm summer days.

FOOD SAFE, BPA-FREE: Made from sturdy aluminum with a bright, non-toxic certified lead-free coating, this juice is safe and reliable.

DISHWASHER SAFE: This manual juicer is dishwasher safe making clean up quick and easy.

  • Color: yellow & green
  • Weight: 14.4 oz
  • Made In: China
  • Dimensions: 9" x 3-1/4" x 3"
  • Composition: Enameled aluminum
  • Manufacturer: Amco
  • Other versions: Various other Amco citrus juicers


Apparent goal: kids gift/registry home kitchens restaurants everywhere
Intended audience: novice advanced beginner good home cook gourmet professional
Diet/nutrition: does not apply scary empty promises helpful essential
Green?: not especially neutral mixed blessing earth friendly green!
Innovative: step back standing still progress trendy genius
Problem solving: no better baby steps solid steps giant steps a revelation
Competition: outclassed follower in the pack strong challenger likely champ


Ease of use: impossible frustrating OK simple child's play
Intuitive: Ph.D. required barely logical effortless brilliant
Instructions: missing incomprehensible adequate unnecessary excellent
Quality: cheesy questionable good years of service impressive
Parts to lose: inevitable some/many one-piece self-storing not a problem
Power source: none hands batteries outlet green
Clean-up: nightmare wipe clean soap & water scouring pad dishwasher
Does it work?: not at all adequately well very well perfectly
Availability: airfare required online kitchen store department store supermarket


Easy to open?: impossible maddening tolerable good opens itself
Green?: fills a landfill huge waste passable minimal waste impressive


Time saving: time wasting not really modest substantial huge
Labor saving: less efficient marginal a bit noticeable remarkable
Money saving: money wasted none $ $$ $$$
Beats the old way: worse no change better definitely entirely new
Where will it live?: garage/attic drawer cabinet countertop elsewhere


Fulfills ambitions: falls short almost there satisfies exceeds home run
How often used: once/twice ≥daily ≥weekly ≥monthly ≥yearly/holidays
Worth the space?: no does not apply w/unlimited space w/limited space absolutely
Need it?: a luxury discretionary basic equipment for serious cooks get it
Value: ouch! a little pricey worth splurging on the money a deal
Overall rating: skip it fair good very good excellent

Comments: This sturdy squeezer incorporates a large bowl for squeezing lemons and a plate in the middle with a smaller bowl that folds down for squeezing limes. Whether you use one half or the other is not technically defined by which fruit is which, but by how big it is. You might prefer to squeeze small lemons on the smaller lime side. The bigger the fruit, the further you have to open the handles and the more pressure you have to exert. Particularly huge lemons might be hard to squeeze in any event.

We thought the squeezer performed admirably, and with so much less mess than the reamers that have been all the rage in the past few years. The strainer caught all the seeds, and the lemons and limes were nearly drained of all their juice (after sitting for a few minutes they could be coaxed to give up a few more drops, but they were nearly squeezed dry the first time around.)

We squeezed a few limes that were apparently waxed, and had a dickens of a time getting the residue from the peel off the inside of the squeezer. It did not come off in the dishwasher and eventually took a bit of old-fashioned rubbing to get it off. Fortunately the enameled finish can handle plenty of old-fashioned rubbing. We might take more care to wash the fruit before our next squeezing.