Since this Indian company has preferred Chinese mouths to feed, Chinese skin to clothe, and Chinese heads to shelter—by supporting Chinese economy—over Indian ones, what you get when you buy this is what is made in China.
Out of the box, you get the motor housing unit, juice extractor, two jars (juice collector and pulp collector) with lids, cleaning brush, the feeder unit, and feed push.
The the whole unit is plastic except essential parts like motor and shaft. Again, the quality of the plastic used is expected of Chinese manufacturing: less than adequate; probably harmful, considering it is supposed to be a food processing unit.
I had three oranges lying around so I used them to extract the juice through this. The jars are (rather were) clear plastic, about 1.5 mm thick, and very fragile (you are going to throw them away anyway if you are concerned about your health—Prestige has obviously paid lip service). By the time I was done cutting third orange (except the last, the juicer pulls in the pieces on its own if they are not big), the juice had interacted with the plastic of the jar and its clarity had turned into translucence. Not to talk of loosing the smooth finish and roughing of the inside walls. Since the jar was half full, the two sections could be seen clearly. No doubt it was the acidic content of the juice that had done this, but that is the point.
You cannot use these jars for juice collection. Prestige should have cared a bit for the consumers' health—other than its own profit and cost cutting, that is—considering the unit is supposed to upheld health protection and makes it its USP.
When you switch to glass jars, however, it is probably the most affordable cold press juicer, not so silent though. And it extracts juice quite fast (between cutting up the oranges and getting the juice collected, it took me less than three minutes), and certainly more than the regular CF juicers. Of course I had to pour the juice down the sink as I could not bring myself to drink it after seeing the condition of the jar.
Quick clean is very helpful if you are in a rush, but disassembling and doing thorough cleaning is going to take more time than getting from the fruit to the juice. Just make sure you do not use the plastic jars that come with it.