Manual juicers are handy to have in the kitchen — they don’t require electricity and are relatively inexpensive. They can juice a surprisingly large variety of fruits and vegetables. Best of all, they are usually easier to clean than their electric counterparts. Many people use manual juicers to squeeze wheatgrass into a nutritious drink.
Happy Juicer recommends the juicer too. The people at WheatGrassKit.Com like the Z-Star Manual Juicer but prefer the Hurricane Juicer, which cost about $20 more and boasts a stainless steel construction. Apparently there is one small design flaw with the Z-Star, the juice jar that catches the juice a little too big and tends to catch the discarded pulp as well. If this a problem, a different container can be used.
Available from Amazon for $89.