Cuisinart Juice Extractor CJE1000
You get all what you paid for and a little bit more
This is what I have to say about all of the juicers and not just the ones I returned to the store. If you want the ultimate juicer than you should have no problem shelling out the ultimate dollars. But why fuss if you are not or can not afford the best model. You have to research, shop and may have to return and shop again to get a good juicer that is right for you. All juicer are a pain to clean. Some juicers are loud as heck, some juicers will not have a brush or have the power you crave, But if trying to compare for example a citrus juicer to a cheap Centrifugal juicer you can not do it. The function of that two is different and you will not have the same result. I am fugal I want more money for the bang. I tried the cheap juicer which worked better than a mid price juice. It did make more juice but was load and made a lot more froth, I settled for a mid -high juicer from a well known company that had similar gadgets as a Breville but was not over priced or over advertised. It may not be the best but it surely not the worst. I have been surprised and over joyed from the times I have used it. So the Cuisinart I will say I give it a 10. I believe some folks may either over exaggerate or they juice to fast and uses the wrong setting. In a centrifugal it is almost not worth will juicing green leafy vegetables. but I have done it by using a low speed of 2 and freezing my fresh greens for 20-30 minutes before juicing. A representative from Bella gave me that tip. So all in all I am sticking with the Cuisinart CJE1000.