No expenses were spared when developing the Sana 727 Supreme. Our goal was simple: create the world's best juicer. We think we've succeeded. The Red Dot jury agreed, awarding the Sana 727 Supreme with the 2021 Red Dot award for outstanding product design.
The heart of any juicer is the motor, and we wanted the best motor available for the new Sana 727. So we patented the design for a new brushless DC motor. This motor is much more expensive to manufacture than any other juicer motor, but we think it's worth it. Among the advantages of this motor over normal motors are lighter weight, durability, long operating time, low power consumption, quiet operation, and precise variable speed control. This advanced motor also allows nonstop operation, unlike most juicers which can only operate for 15-30 minutes. It also has an auto-reverse feature: if any produce jams, the motor will automatically reverse for two seconds to clear the jam, then continue forward. To make the juicer more compact, we positioned the motor vertically, using a durable gearing system to allow horizontal operation in a vertical form factor.
The advanced motor allowed us to introduce perhaps the most revolutionary feature of the Sana 727 Supreme: variable speed control. Most slow juicers operate anywhere from 43 rpm to 110 rpm. The Sana 727 offers four speed settings: 40, 65, 90, and 120 rpm. Lower speeds allow more gentle and precise juicing, minimizing foam and oxidation, and are especially good for soft or fibrous produce. Higher speeds are great for low fiber produce with a high liquid content like citrus. High speed is also a big time saver with oil extraction when using the optional oil extractor attachment.
The Sana 727 Supreme takes the next step forward in with a new juicing system. The auger had been made with more widely spaced fins, which allows larger "bites" to be taken from produce and makes juicing faster. A rotating stainless steel blade at the pulp outlet gets one final squeeze of juice from the exiting pulp, by cutting it and slighly increasing the pressure in the juicing chamber. The result is the highest yields we have achieved from any horizontal juicer.
Attaching the juicing drum to the motor base has been made simple. Rather than using a clamp system or a locking collar to attach the juicing drum, simply attach it and turn to the left. It will automatically and securely snap into place. Removal is simple too. Just press the unlock button and turn to the right.
We also brought a new feature from our vertical juicers for the first time on a horizontal juicer: a locking juice cap. This allows the juice drum to be carried to the sink after juicing without juice dripping on the counter. It also lets you fill the chamber with water in the sink for faster cleaning.
For the feeding tube, we took the best ideas from our vertical juicers and adapted them for the Sana Supreme. The result is a dual hopper with a standard opening plus a deep bowl for easy feeding of smaller produce or leafy greens. It also includes a dust cover to keep the juicer cleanwhen not in use.
The Sana 727 Supreme includes three screens. The fine juicing screen gives the highest yield. The coarse juicing screen has less pressure, allowing softer fruits to be juiced. And the homogenizing screen allows you to make nut butters and milks, along with sorbets, baby food, and more. The juicing screens are stainless steel, with a stainless steel wing insert for the clearest, most hygienic juice.
We wanted only the best for the Sana 727 Supreme, so we partnered with the oldest glass factory in Bohemia to design a crystal glass to fit perfectly under the juicer. Each glass is hand-made in the mountains of Bohemia at the Novosad and Son glassworks. With a 500ml capacity and etched with the Sana Supreme logo, this heavy-duty Bohemian crystal is a keepsake itself. We also include a custom designed stainless steel pulp catcher. Its upswept angle perfectly complements the design cues of the juicer, and the large capacity means less time emptying it. The food grade stainless steel is ideal for those who like to use their pulp for muffins, crackers, and soups.
The first thing we noticed was the box of the Juicer which was very stylish and unusually cut. Everything inside the box was very well organised and packed, every piece had it’s own place and box - it was very professionally done.
Bohemian glass is amazing. Based on the photos and videos with Dan, we were expecting the glass to be thicker and heavier, but it is actually light for its size and thin at the top where you drink from, and we love it like this! At first we bought a second glass to have it as a back up in case the original would break, but now we find that to use them both while juicing is the nicest and most practical way. It can be used for different types of juices, for testing the quality of vegetables/fruits, or just because we want to make more than the glass cup can hold in one go. Now, we are thinking of ordering one more glass to have as a back up! ☺️
The juicer itself was WOW!, such a beauty! The red colour is amazing! It is Ferrari red, and we have never seen such a colour on anything but cars! My mom said it looks like a space-ship! And really it looks magnificent, we call it our new family member! It looks way much better “in person” than on the pictures, what was unexpected because usually everything looks much better on the photo. The retro and modern designs have been combined very nicely. Honestly, we were not overwhelmed by the design when we were choosing the juicer, but when we saw it live, it is perfect, the prettiest little thing in our kitchen, and we appreciate design and beauty very much - no ugly things are allowed to our home! After 25 years of slow juicing the upgrade that was needed on the juicers was on the “looks” and 727 delivers on that.
Now practicality - it is so easy to disassemble it and wash, only takes some effort to dry the plastic tube if you don’t want water stains on it - to keep it look beautiful. The button sometimes gets stuck, it needs to be pressed on a certain angle to click back in it’s place, but it hasn’t happened too often.
Now as for the speeds are concerned, we are usually using number one. We have tested carrot juice on number 1 and 3, and we prefer taste of the juice squeezed on number 1. It is energetically better in our opinion, more subtle, and a very, very tender juice.
One remark for you is that there is no book with recipes nor advice how the juice should be drank. With our previous juicer, vertical Hurom, we have received a book of recipes and instruction on drinking the juice. There was an explanation about isotonic drink (pure juice mixed with water 3:1), hypertonic (pure juice) and hypotonic drink. What would your recommendation be? Also, what we had with Hurom was a booklet on using the juicer for the best yield like an advice in which order the ingredients should be put when making a mixed juice (softer, harder vegetables/fruits and leafy greens)
We are expecting the oil extractor to arrive in about 2 weeks and we are now excited to try it out.
Thank you for coming up with this amazing juicer, it is a life changer!