The best vertical slow juicer. I have no idea why the Sana EUJ-828 isn’t more prevalent in the UK market. If you need to find more information check online reviews and YouTube for the Omega VSJ843 - that is the same juicer as the Sana 808 which was slightly modified to meet EU regulations. The 828 is the newer upgraded version of the 808. The 828 has the new dual hopper design, an adjustable pulp leaver for soft fruits or fibrous veg, a strainer for sorbets, a coarse strainer, glass bowls for pulp and juice, and a clever new gear system which halves the speed of the cleaning blades meaning much less foam. It’s also so much easier to assemble than the Omega VSJ843 - everything just clicks in to place. The motor is very quiet. The quality of the juice is the same as the Omega - clean and fresh, with astonishingly low amounts of pulp. I know it’s there but it’s very fine. As a guide, I don’t need to sieve carrot or celery juice. The extracted pulp is very dry. It’s hard to think of a single criticism, the design is a bit busier than the Omega, and perhaps more of a statement. I have it set up so that the pulp ejection faces me with the juice coming out to the right which is not ideal, this can be changed but then the hopper is at an angle. These are minor points. It takes me less than 3 minutes to clean. Happy to recommend the 828 after an exhaustive search. I have been juicing since the 1990s. The other juicer I would recommend just now is the Sana 707 (horizontal), and only if you like to make smaller amounts of juice at a time. The 707 is much easier to clean but takes a bit more time and effort to juice. I hope this review helps someone to make up their mind. Happy juicing!