X-1 Mini Update Videos – Hourly Juice Production and First Look

  • by Charlie Wettlaufer

My brother, Eric, (CEO) was able to make 64 bottles of apple juice (12 ounce bottles) in an hour on a recent prototype of the X-1 Mini last month. We filmed it and decided to post it as a time lapse, as it shows that this machine can really support a small juice business. The prototype here is basically all of the functional components of the final version of the X-1 Mini Pro without the pretty design or nice materials.

This amount of hourly juice production is about what you would expect when pressing something juicy like cucumber or apple.  Less juicy produce like leafy greens won’t yield as much per hour but can get pretty close. We will post videos of us making other types of juice soon.

No preparation required here other than washing the apples.  Made possible by the new Herbivore Grinder, which is large enough to accept whole fruits and vegetables without pre-cutting, and the Adaptive Press, which applies the right pressure at the right time.

And here is the new Goodnature X-1 mini, serial number 1. This is what the pretty version looks like. It’s not 100% finalized yet, but it’s getting close!

Learn more about the Goodnature X-1 Mini and get the information on Presale here.  Stay tuned for more videos to come next week!

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I’ve been around juicing all my life. My Dad built his first hydraulic juice press in 1976 and founded the company Goodnature Products, Inc. I have incredible memories of having “cider parties” when we would invite all the people in our rural neighborhood over to make apple juice. To this day, when I taste apple juice made on a Goodnature press, a rush of nostalgia runs through my body.

I pride myself on guiding our clients into the world of cold-pressed juice and showing them how much fun this industry can be. I love talking business, technology, and marketing.

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10 Responses

  1. I made an enquiry earlier about your CT-7 machine. The only problem for me is the 110v electricity.
    Now this beautiful X-1 mini also comes in 110v electricity.
    Do you also make them in 220v electricity for export?
    Thank you.


    1. We will be building models with 220V next year. They will be ready (hopefully) by may or June. I recommend placing your order soon so you can take advantage of the presale bundle, and also be near the top of the list for when we start shipping them.


  2. Please if you will to send product and price information on x-1 mini machine. Also, I would like to know if your company can provide bottles, labels, and supplies as well.

    Thank you


    1. Rosen,

      All details of pricing can be viewed on the presale page here: X1 Mini Presale

      And yes we offer bottles on our Bottle Up app here: Bottle Up!

      We do not offer label printing, but you can try ordering from Tapecon (Tapecon.com)


  3. Dear GoodNature Team,

    I’m opening a restaurant in Berlin, Germany and want to produce juices.

    The X1 Mini looks like it’s just what I need in terms of capacity/size… when will it be available and what’s the price?

    Hope to hear from you soon,

    kind regards,

    Fabian Kramer


    1. We hope to be shipping internationally by May or June of 2018. The current pricing is $9,800 for the Core model or $12,800 for the Pro model. I recommend placing the order before the end of December so you can take advantage of the presale bundle.


  4. Can you send me a price on your new X1 mini thanks.


    1. Steve, pricing is posted on our website here: X-1 Mini


  5. please send me price of the beautiful mini and also if the bottles and labels or carry on trays you also provide you know of who does it..


    1. Elsa, the price of the mini is listed here: Juice presses. The bottles are provided by our app here: Bottle Up! The labels are provided by tapecon. And for the trays, which trays are you asking about? thanks