Factors needed before getting a juicer machine
This topic is very rarely discussed on both the internet and before buying a juicer from the local market. There are a lot of factors that need to be checked before getting a juicer machine from a seller or shop vendor. And having consistent information is a must, as many sellers try to fool the consumers in getting the wrong product. So, for this problem, I have prepared 5 tips that if concluded correctly according to your needs, can result in a swift and completely satisfactory purchase of the type of juicer you want and you can read about juicing machines here for more tips and reviews on juicer machines.
Tip #1: Decide your budget:
This is the most important step, as going to the market without deciding a budget and thinking to buy the best machine with features that you’ll never use can result in a great deal of money wasted. And what’s worse? The vendor giving you a $200 machine in a 100$ budget, and you buying it. You don’t want that, do you?
Tip #2: Decide the type of juicer you want:
Next, you’ll need to choose from the 2 types of juicers that are in the market as of today. One is the centrifugal juicer while the other is a masticating one. The first one blends the materials required to be processed at amazingly high rotations per minute, while the other does the same task slowly to prevent loss of nutrients, which brings us to our next tip:
Tip #3: Decide WHAT you are going to juice:
If you are getting a juicer to blend vegetables, then you should opt for a masticating juicer, as it is currently your best bet. It will not only allow you to keep the nutrients, but will also give you the ability to store it for over 2 days in the fridge for later use! However, if you want to blend fruits and want to do it quickly, you should get a centrifugal juicer, they are very fast!!
Tip #4: Don’t get carried away!
By this, I mean that you don’t need to have a fancy juicer that can chop, cut, AND blend, as all of it is useless. And I’ll tell you something many people don’t. Adding features just increases the price of the product. You can think of it like this. The amount of features is directly proportional to the price of the product. The more the price, the more the additional functions. So don’t get carried away and just get what you set your foot out of your home for. This may seem a little harsh, but believe me, I’m a victim of that, and just want to help you not make that mistake! That’s all! This may seem unfinished, but that’s all there is to it. So I hope you liked it!