I bought a juicer two years ago in Germany, and at the time, I wasn't sure what to expect, whether I would actually use it, or whether it would be too annoying to clean, so I went with an inexpensive option that had good reviews: a Breville juicer. It was fine, easy to clean, and I wound up using it nearly every day, but I noticed that the juice would separate.
I looked into it and found out that a high powered motor creates heat that impairs the nutritional content of the juice with oxidation, causing the juice to separate. You're supposed to drink the juice right away. The fix? A cold press juicer. A cold press juicer processes at a slower speed so there is far less oxidation, producing a higher quality juicer that will last a bit longer (in this case, Omega says it's best to drink within 72 hours).
As I didn't have a juicer in the US, I was excited when Omega sent me their cold press (masticating) juicer to try out. It was definitely different from my centrifugal high powered one back in Germany, but overall it is the best option, in my opinion.
Pros of the Omega Cold Press Juicer
-super quiet (BIG change from my previous juicer, which was so loud you couldn't hear yourself think)
-it's compact and doesn't take up a lot of counter space
-easy to clean
Cons of the Omega Cold Press Juicer
-more pulp gets through into the juice than the other juicer I own in Germany, which is fine if you have a healthy digestive system. I don't (yet!), so I strain the juice, which is a pain, but hopefully once my stomach is healed I won't have to do this.
-stringy veggies tend to get stuck (like celery). I've found that to ensure this doesn't happen it's important to cut those types of veggies really small (about an inch or smaller).
Overall, I find the juicer really easy to use and easy to clean. It takes up very little counter space so we keep it out all the time and therefore it's not a big production to have to pull it out from a cabinet, set it all up, etc. I'm really happy with it, and have a little routine going where I make a few juices in advance (I try to have two per day - a fruit based in the morning and a veggie one in the afternoon) so I can have them ready to go.
If you're in the market for a juicer, this one won't let you down.