If you have a small or crowded kitchen, you’d probably be better off with a vertical juicer.Similarly, if you plan on storing your juicer when you’re not using it, you probably want to look for a lighter appliance.First timers should probably wade into the at-home juicing game, so to speak.In this case, the Omega J8006 is probably your best bet.The Champion G5-PG710 is capable of juicing fruits and vegetables, but needs a special attachment for wheatgrass and other leafy greens.It has a moderately sized feeding chute (1.75”), which saves time on prep, but it is not self-feeding.The main criticisms of the Champion revolve around its size and weight.
Like we said, the final decision really comes down to personal priorities and circumstances.
At the end, we’ll give you our opinion on which one is best. It runs at 80 RPM, which helps it avoid the foaming and clogging problems that can plague faster models.
This slow speed juicer also renders highly efficient in terms of juice extraction. It measures 14.5”x6.5”x15.5”, and weighs about 18 pounds.
That means you have to think about the size of the juicer you’re looking to purchase.
In general, horizontal juicers take up more counter space than vertical models.