A buyer's guide for juicers is available on the Consumer Reports website. The report discusses different types of juicers, various features and different brands. The guide at JuicerSelect.com recommends considering motor power and the preferred ratio of juice to nutrients.
Auger-style juicers crush fruit and vegetables to extract the juice. They are slightly slower than other styles, but leave more pulp and fiber in the juice. Extractor-style juicers use a spinning blade to cut the produce and separate the juice from the pulp. Optional features to consider include cord storage, dishwasher safe parts and pulp regulators. JuicerSelect.com recommends considering price, portability and volume when choosing a juicer.