Some juicers are more advanced than others, offering an assortment of extra features on top of their regular features. Sometimes these extra features are worth your attention; other times they are not. Sometimes these features are added to inferior machines to distract you from important areas where these machines fall short.
Before we even begin our discussion about extra features, I want to quickly point out that you should always be sure the juicer meets your needs in terms of function and performance before considering extra features. Ask yourself: Will this juicer do what I need to it do? Will this juicer be a reliable appliance upon which I can depend?
Once you have established that your juicer will meet your regular juicing needs you can begin to look at additional features. Some of these features are designed for convenience, and others have been designed for safety. Sometimes these features add cost as well as value, so be careful not go overboard and bust your budget.
Some special features are unique to centrifugal juicers, some to masticating juicers, and others to citrus juicers. In this article, we will take a quick look at the different types of special features available for each of these types of juicers. I will explore the possible benefits you may find as a result of these features, as well as any drawbacks which may be associated with them. The purpose of this article is to give you a better understanding of what is available to you in the world of juicers.