Only close machine which gives less clogging and foam is our second selection tribest gse Blue label with silver print, like Mercury stereo LPs. I had been using another juicing machine for a few month before it broke down. This juicer is much quieter than my Breville J98XL, which sounds like an airplane taking off but it still makes some noise. The is a plastic chrome finish and the is a silver plastic color.
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The technician seemed to indicate that the motors are all made in the same place, the only difference is some models are assembled in China instead of Korea. So - other than cosmetics and a few bells and whistles, they all do the same thing. In the end, there just isn't much difference between any of them.. So - my advice, buy the one that is available to you and where you can get the best price. I agonized over these different models and I would have probably been just as happy with any of them.
Now, here is my review of the juicer. It is a bit slow to juice vs. The juice also doesn't heat up as much with centrifugal juicers. The greatest advantage of this juicer, however, is how well it juices greens. My centrifugal juicer didn't extract hardly any juice from greens. This juicer extracts every last drop. Since fresh produce is quite expensive these days, why not get as much juice as you can from them?
One other thing I read online, which I have not been able to validate is that masticating juicers remove more pesticides into the pulp than centrifugal juicers. In theory this sounds good, but I haven't seen any scientific studies to validate this. The series juicer is also a little faster to clean than my Breville centrifugal juicer.
I'd say the biggest time saver is cleaning the screen, since the centrifugal juicers have larger screen areas to clean. There is some truth to this as it isn't as efficient. However, it will juice these just fine if you alternate something harder after the softer ingredients. For example, put Kiwi in first, then alternate celery with it next, etc. You can buy cheaper and more expensive juicers on the market than this model.
If you divide what I paid for it by 15 years, this is a very good value. What products today come with a 15 year warranty? Why did I rate it 4 stars vs.
This juicer is much quieter than my Breville J98XL, which sounds like an airplane taking off but it still makes some noise.
Depending on what you put in it you will hear noise including some high pitched squealing. These sounds are mainly from the plastic on plastic parts rubbing which don't exactly give you a high sense of "quality". The housing is also all plastic. Cleaning is still pretty slow going as there are a lot of parts to be washed.
I think they could have engineered this to be easier to clean. On the other hand, if Omega made made these changes, , it would probably end up being more expensive, so, the trade-offs probably make sense. All in all, this is a great juicer that I would highly recommend. Kudos to Omega for putting a 15 year warranty on it. I hope this helps you eliminate some of the research I did.
You can't go wrong with any of the Omega single auger masticating models. I do like the for the better stainless steel screen, adjustable pulp output dial and removable feed chute. If you can find one at a good price - I'd go with this particular model, even if it is a little bit more expensive. By chuckh on May 2, Everything worked on this project exceptionally well. The only reason for a less you're reading is that the feeding tube is much too small.
Maybe not much too small, but at least an inch too small. I feel that you should be able to fit in at least a quarter of a lemon.
That's this chefs opinion Top rated Most recent Top rated. All reviewers Verified purchase only All reviewers All stars 5 star only 4 star only 3 star only 2 star only 1 star only All positive All critical All stars Text, image, video Image and video reviews only Text, image, video. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. There was a problem loading comments right now. By Marissa Harlow on June 1, I never put much thought into juicing until it was recommended by my hydrotherapist.
She insisted that I try it out after taking numerous things about my dietary needs and body type into consideration. As an O-positive blood type, I love to eat meats and can naturally and easily indulge in high amounts of protein without major impact to how my body functions. I don't get sludgy after a good steak.
Rather, dense carbohydrates are my kryptonite, but I've done well in staying away from those. What a high protein diet did accomplish, however, was a stopped up colon. Apologies if this embarrassed you, but the body does what it needs to do, and it is what it is Anyway, the right types of vegetables in my diet provide natural enzymes that help my body break down the proteins.
I bought the Omega because I was looking for a juicer that would squeeze as much juice from vegetables as possible. I am not a fan of vegetable chunks in my smoothies, but I wanted to incorporate more nutrients and enzymes from vegetables into my diet. A lot of people will complain that juicing detracts from your diet because you're removing all the fiber. I beg to differ. Plenty of it makes it into the juice. And it tastes far better than when grinded up into your smoothie, regardless how long you let it grind or liquify.
I want to caveat a couple things. Juicing has not only improved my health internally, but externally as well. I feel better, and also look better. I will also say that I do not omit solid meals from diet, or deprive myself from real food.
I simply incorporated juicing into my diet. Such as a glass for breakfast with some hard-boiled eggs and bowl of fruit, or a glass as a snack after dinner or before lunch.
This juicer grinds every bit of juice from the vegetables as possible. I will say that because it's so great with tough vegetables, it takes away from how well it sifts juice from fruits. Not friendly with soft foods. But if you're looking for mastication and just how much juice can be extracted from kale, or leafy vegetables, carrot or beet greens, this juicer will show you. It is easy to use, put together and take apart. I leave it on my counter for daily use.
But once you start using it, you will see how awesome it is. You just take off the parts, rinse them in cold water, or wash them in the top shelf of the dish washer if you desire, but you really won't need to. It comes with a little brush for the filter part. You can make the juice the day before too and stick it in the fridge for the next day, and the juice tastes just as fresh!
Highly and strongly recommended!!! You will love this juicer! Halim on February 13, I did like the J then gave it to my sister to buy the version.
The was total disaster, I really hate it, then I return it after a few trial The doesn't have much review but I like the compact size and one review prior to mine here. I took the risk to try it out, everything went very well as good as the Adjustable knob is useless and the chute attached to the top plate is harder to clean. I prefer it can be attached. I will highly recommend the model. If money is object to you, then get the or same as except it's silver not chrome.
I like to match with my other chrome kitchen appliances, that's personal preference. Cole on March 1, I like that this juicer handles pretty much everything I throw at it. It makes easy work of juicing fruits, veggies and even frozen bananas and strawberries. I haven't tried its other functions.
I also like that it is easy to clean after use. The only hard item to clean is the filter but the juicer came with a brush which was a nice and thoughtful addition. It also sets up very easily and everything goes together quite nicely and easily so there is no fussing with parts or anything like that.
Sometimes when I juice apples or berries, the mashed fruit gets sort of stuck near the spinning screw instead of exiting the machine easily like carrots or other harder fruit does. Putting through more fibrous fruits and veggies helps to clear this out, but it would be nice if it didn't happen. Also, after a couple of weeks of use, juice seems to get past some of the rubber washers and behind a plate on the face of the machine making the large plastic lock get gummed up. I have to remove 4 screws to get to this area to clean it which is inconvenient.
Another issue, is that I wish the waste bin and juice bin were larger. It would be nice to be able to juice more before they fill up. E Slim USB 3. Of America 04ce ScanLogic Corp. Pro A ……a Live! Receiver d Try Corp. Splash Dictaphone Corp. MF- …… Nogatech TV! Gen …… iPod Classic …… iPod Nano 3. Gen …… iPod Nano 4. Gen …… iPod Nano 5. Gen …… iPod Nano 6. Gen …… iPod Nano 7. Gen …… iPhone 3G …… iPod Touch 2. Gen …… iPod Shuffle 3. Gen …… iPod Shuffle 4. SecureKey Vista Imaging, Inc. KG Iotech, Inc.
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