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Omega 4000 Stainless-Steel 1/3-HP Continuous Pulp-Ejection Juicer

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  • 250-watt continuous pulp-ejection-style juicer in a compact, portable size
  • 1/3-horsepower induction motor for 5200 RPMs; stainless-steel blade, basket, and cover
  • Large feed chute; juice dispenses directly into glass or container
  • Pulp collector catches refuse for easy disposal and cleanup; UL-approved
  • Measures 15 by 8 by 12-1/2 inches; 15-year limited warranty
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Product Manual [1.11mb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 16.5 x 13.8 x 11.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 16 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00009ENKU
  • Item model number: J4000
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (86 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Omega 4000 Juicer

Omega 4000 Stainless-Steel 1/3-HP Continuous Pulp-Ejection High-Speed Juicer

Stainless Steel Blade and Basket
Stainless steel blade and basket

The Omega 4000 is a continuous, pulp-ejection style juicer. The powerful commercial grade motor rips through the task of juicing in half the time as most juicers and clean-up couldn't be easier. Pulp is automatically ejected into bin in the back of the juicer. Simply dispose the pulp when container is full and continue use. Stainless steel blade and basket was engineered for commercial use, making this unit rugged and durable.

Additional Features
  • Powerful, commercial grade 1/3 horsepower motor rips through the task of juicing in half the time as most juicers, extracting the most amount of juice in minimal time.
  • Clean-up couldn't be easier. Pulp automatically ejects into the bin in the back of the juicer. Simply dump the pulp when container is full and continue use.
  • Economical. Since the juicer is so efficient and productive, you'll get the greatest amount of juice from the least amount of produce.

Important Information

Ingredients
One (1) - Omega Juicer Pulp Ejector Model 4000 Dimensions: 9"W x 15"D X 12.5"HWeight: 11.5 Lbs.

Directions
Helpful Hints Make sure the machine is running at full speed before beginning to juice. Do not force feed the juicer. For most fruits and vegetables, a slow, steady push down the chute will work best. There is no need to cut into sections a fruit or vegetable that will fit whole into the feeder chute. If it must be cut, cut only into large pieces that easily fit down the feeder chute. When making a drink that uses a combination of more than one fruit or vegetable, alternate the various fruits or


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Customer Reviews

Easy clean up.
E. Wittenberg
The blade is heavy but the little screw piece that holds it down started rusting after the 2nd or 3rd use.
Mom-Of-5-Kittehs
Customer service, for me, has been remarkable.
SalsaBoy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

305 of 308 people found the following review helpful By Neil Gundel on May 3, 2004
My experience is limited to the Omega 1000 and 4000. Both are very good machines, but one of them has some distinct advantages.
As the other reviewers have noted, this machine is very solidly built & should easily outlast the 15 year warranty. However, I think the model 1000 will probably last even longer.
Why? Because the 4000 is so much more pleasant to use that you will use it more, because the operating principle is a little different.
Both machines have a chute that you feed fruits & vegatables into. At the bottom of the chute is a stainless steel disc/blade that grinds up the food into a pulp.
On the 1000 model, the pulp is thrown out by centrifugal force into a drum that is just like a washing machine drum - it is perforated stainless that traps the pulp on the inside and allows the juice to strain out. Just like on a washing machine spin cycle, it is possible to get the contents out of balance so that the whole machine shakes & makes a real racket! This is very easy to do on the 1000 if you load apples or other foods with skins, because the skin will often stay intact so it has to go on one spot on the drum, throwing it out of balance like a pair of jeans. There are some "tricks" that help in this case, such as saving some carrots for this emergency. Many times feeding a carrot will stop the shaking.
Another consequence of the "spin-cycle" approach is that after you have feed a few pieces of fruit, the pulp in the drum can clog, trapping all the juice inside. This happens especially when you try to juice bananas, pineapple or strawberries.
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94 of 100 people found the following review helpful By Alex Green on September 27, 2004
I got this juicer about a month ago, and I have been enjoying a fresh-squeezed juice ever since.

Having read all the great reviews here, I was a little disappointed with the fact that the pulp that comes out of it is far from being dry. In fact, it makes sense to throw that pulp back in to get some more juice out of it. For a "professional grade machine", I expected better performance in this area.

The chute for throwing in the fruits/veggies is a little small. If you think about throwing in a whole apple, forget about it. It has to be split at least in 4 to get in.

I found that the juicer's ejection tunnel gets clogged up with pulp fairly easily, so you often have to stop and clean it in up in order to continue to juice efficiently.

Important note about 15-year warranty. It's only for motor. All other parts carry 1-year warranty.

The machine is fairly loud, but that's what you expect of most juice extractors.

Cleaning is easy except for the strainer. It takes a bit more work and it is recommended to leave it for a while in soapy water before cleaning.

I like the fact that it's made in U.S.A., in fact it is "Made in U.S.A with pride". :)

* Update Nov 5, 2004*

Someone noted that my statement about warranty is incorrect. Here's an exerpt from the product manual:

"...The Basket and Blade assembly is warranted for one (1) year. Plastic parts warped due to high heat will not be covered under the warranty. This warranty does not cover breakage of any part in shipment or damage cause by misuse.
A service charge of $10.00 must accompany any unit over one (1) year old..."

If you remove "The Basket and Blade assembly" from the product, the only remaining part is the motor assembly. Hence, this is the only part that is warranted for fifteen (15) years.
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51 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Daniel DeReuter on January 20, 2004
When I worked at a health food store, we sold more of these juicers than any other kind. They come with an incredible warranty, and they seem to last forever. It wouldn't be uncommon to see someone come in and ask if we carried parts- some people would say, "I've had this juicer for 10 years, and I need a gasket..." Definitely would recommend it!
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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Wheatgrass Yogi on January 10, 2009
I've tried just about every juicer there is for juicing Carrots.....I've even owned several very expensive models.....Norwalk Press, Nutrifaster N450, and the Ruby 2000. I've tried the Breville Juice Fountain, Samson 6 in 1, Omega 8003, etc., etc. The Omega 4000 has them all Beat....WY
P.S. The feed chute is now large enough to handle all but the very largest Carrots.
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Brandon P on May 22, 2005
The Omega 4000 is the best juicer I have owned. This is my 4th juicer. I started out with the cheap'o's (one was a juiceman jr). I mainly juice carrots with apples. They did not last long because the motors would burn up. I later spent the money and purchased an ACME brand juicer (spent over $300). The Acme juicer was powerful. It's drawback was that it had to be cleaned out if I wanted to make more than one glass of carrot juice. I really did not enjoy juicing with my big Acme, so it was eventually given away.

I purchase the Omega 4000 about (5)months ago. What I like most about this juicer is that it has a place for the pulp to go. I can juice without worrying about cleaning out the cutter basket. The pulp 'can' makes cleanup easy. The motor does not have any problem cutting the carrots I throw in.

I give this juicer 4 stars because it will vibrate and rattle on the counter at any given time--that is, sometimes it will vibrate and sometimes not. When the juicer does vibrate I have to apply pressure to the top of the juicer to stop the vibration. This isn't bad, but does hamper getting the carrots and apples into the machine. Putting the fruit and veggies into the machinge becomes a one-handed operation. I do not know what the problem is and have tried to shim the basket, but that did not help.

The manufacturer does carry a 15 yr warrenty on this machine, so if it does vibrate out of control or has some defect, I am confident that Omega will stand behind their warrenty.
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