The best juicer
is an elusive concept. Not because it does not exist but rather because it varies from person to person. It will depend upon factors such as how much you can afford as well as your own juicing experience as to what sort of machine would be best for you.
Taking myself as an example, I have been juicing for years and if I was to buy a new juicer now, I would not buy the same machine as when I first started. For one thing, my original Breville is still going so I simply do not need an entry level juicer any more.
There are a multitude of different juicing appliances made for beginners as well as plenty for the more experienced juice maker. Therefore the stage that you are at in your juicing career is a major factor. The reason for this is that I usually tell my friends that are just starting out that they should save themselves some money and buy a budget centrifugal juicer. There are a couple of reasons for this. First of all, it is a bit of an insurance policy. If they end up not making juices on a regular basis then a more expensive model would have been an even bigger waste of money. Secondly, centrifugal juicers are so easy to use. They are very intuitive and straight forward.
For more experienced juice makers, it really depends upon what type of machine you currently have as to which one would be best for you to purchase next. Of course, you can always simply upgrade the style of machine you have if you are very pleased with the way it performs. Or you could go for a different style of machine. Masticating juicers are known to be better at extracting juice from leafy green vegetables than centrifugal juicers. For more information, simply do an internet search for "juicer reviews