The Speed Of The Juicer.
First, think about the speed of the juicer. Some juicers move at much slower speeds, which can make it harder to juice the heartier vegetables you may want to use.
The faster and stronger the juicer, the more versatile it is going to be.
The Pulp Factor.
Also, consider the pulp factor. What does the juicer do with the pulp? The big difference between a juicer and a blender is the blender keeps the pulp in the juice while the juicer ensures it is separated from the mix.
Ideally, you will want to find a juicer that ejects the pulp, which will make cleaning the juicer a breeze. You will find you quickly avoid all juicing if you are spending half an hour cleaning the machine after each use.
The Strength Of The Juicer.
Also, consider the strength of the juicer. How powerful is the machine? If the juicer is not operating with much strength, it may not hold up to many juice creations. If you have a family and plan to prepare various juices at the one time, you will want a juicer with enough horsepower it can easily keep up.
Finally, also take into account the noise factor. Now if you plan to juice in the afternoon or evening, this may not be much of a consideration. But if you want to juice at breakfast and you get up earlier than other family members, they are not going to appreciate a deafening machine.