Tuesday, March 8, 2016

How to choose a juicer?

There are a few factors to consider when you wish to buy a juicer.
First and foremost is the yield of juice. A juicer that produces higher volume of juice and lower volume of pulp is a better juicer. Usually the juicing capacity of a juicer is related to the power of its motor. A more powerful motor can produce higher yield of juice.

The second factor is preparation for juicing and clean-up. Preparation for juicing includes cutting and slicing fruits and vegetables for grinding. Some juicers require very small slices to produce higher yield whereas others do not. A good juicer is easy to assemble and clean. The lesser number of the components, the easier it is to assemble and clean after use. One may give up using a juicer if it is troublesome to assemble and clean.

The third factor is design of a juicer. A good juicer has low noise level. The noise level of a juicer may disturb your family members and neighbors especially when you use it early in the morning. To have a better grip on the table, it should have a non-slip base. Besides, for convenience, it should have a built-in cord storage device.

The last factor is after sales service. A good juicer should have an excellent support from its manufacturer in terms of maintenance services. A juicer with longer warranty period is a better juicer.

Posted by Chai Yong of http://www.the-coway.com