First things to check if you haven't already are the property fuse and where/how it will be cabled.
As Rod mentioned you need to check in your supply cupboard where your meter is what rating fuse you have. It is usually next to or under the meter and more often than not will have sticker on it. If its 100A you're laughing, if its 60A there's more to discuss.
Next is the location of your consumer unit (fuse box) in relation to where you want the charger. It will need a spare slot to install a separate breaker for the charge point, and they will need to run a dedicated cable from there to your chosen location. Depending on the locations it sometimes makes sense to put the charge point closer to the fuse box and use a longer cable.
For the actual chargepoints it comes down to features and looks in equal measure.
I went for an Easee One for a few reasons. Looks wise it's small and discrete, plus I can turn the lights off so it's not lit all night (opposite my neighbours bedroom window). Features wise the app gives good options for scheduling charge, remote activation and reporting etc. It also doesn't come tethered but you can lock a cable in which I have done with mine, so if I effectively have a tethered lead but can change it for a longer one if needed. If we need a second charge point in the future you can chain from one to another, you share (or queue) on the same 7.4kW but don't need all the electrical work to run back to the CU. It was recommended by the installer on the basis that they've not had to got out and fix any. It flagged a fault when installed due to our property having 250V rather than 240V but they remotely reconfigured it in a few minutes. Install was easy, approx 4 hours from arrival to commissioning including running the cable under floor.
The only fault I've had is it stopped charging after 1.5 hours a couple of nights when it was 25deg overnight. I logged a call and they applied an update after a couple of days investigating and its been fine since.
You can get changeable covers if you dont like the black, but its not really bothered me, several people have stood near it or walked past it and then asked me if im getting a charge point.
Others I considered were...
Zappi- we have solar panels and it can be linked so you divert the solar to your car. But you need an extra box (Eddi) and the extra cost didn't work out worthwhile for our 2kW array. Plus the Zapppi is big, ugly and expensive IMO
Hypervolt - liked it but didn't want to be restricted to their cable length as was available as tethered only.
PodPoint - several installers told me the same thing. A pig to install and get more faults than any other make.
Ohme - didn't really like the look of it, but very good if you want to make the most of Octopus tariffs.