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Omega VRT350 Heavy Duty Dual-Stage Vertical Single Auger Low Speed Juicer

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  • Low speed juicing prevents oxidation on degredation of juice
  • Capable of juicing wheatgrass at high yield
  • Auto cleaning system
  • Compact base
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  • ASIN: B00434JINO
  • Item model number: VRT350
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (719 customer reviews)
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Omega VRT350 Juicer
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Omega VRT350 Heavy Duty Dual-Stage Vertical Single Auger Low Speed Juicer

The Omega VRT350 vertical masticating style juicer features the high efficiency of a masticating style juicer in a vertical design. Sometimes referred to as a low speed juicer, the VRT processes at 80rpm, whereas most other juicers process at a speed of 1,650 to 15,000rpm. The low speed protects and maintains healthy enzymes, prevents oxidation and allows juice to be stored up to 72 hours without degradation. The VRT's dual stage juice processing system extracts the maximum amount of juice from fruits, vegetables, leafy greens, even wheatgrass!

Versatile, Easy to Use

The patented screw design of the auger is more efficient when squeezing and pressing ingredients to extract juice. The hopper is conveniently located at the top of the juicer. The VRT comes with a pusher to push ingredients into the juicer. Easy to assemble, the hopper attaches to the bowl, which then attaches to the base. The VRT350 also features two spouts and two 64-ounce containers -- one for fresh juice and one for pulp ejection. You can also pour water through the chute to self clean the juicer when changing ingredients. The VRT is compact, taking up very little space on your countertop. This versatile juicer is also easy to clean.

Hopper and pusher

Features

  • Low speed, masticating style juicing system
  • Juicer processes at 80rpm's, squeezing instead of grinding. This allows the juice to maintain its pure color, natural taste, vitamins and nutrients.
  • Small, vertical footprint takes up less space in your kitchen.
  • Dual stage juicer. First, juice is extracted by crushing the fruit or vegetable. Then, before the pulp is ejected, the pulp is squeezed during the second pressed stage. This results in a higher yield of juice and a very dry pulp.
  • Economical since the juicer is so efficient and productive, you'll get the greatest amount of nutrient rich juice from the least amount of fruits, vegetables, leafy greens.
  • The low speed system limits froth and foam preventing oxidation. Juice can be stored for up to 72 hours without degradation or juice separation.
  • Three settings: On, Off and Reverse. Reverse is an option to use when something is stuck or you need to unclog.
  • Over-sized spout serves up drinks easily.


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Customer Reviews

It is quiet and easy to clean.
artsy12
The downside is that you'll want to spend so much money on produce so you can juice more and more.
A. Burns
It produces colorful juice and very dry extracted pulp.
Dennis Baeyen

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

952 of 990 people found the following review helpful By C. Conkey on October 22, 2010
Ok, I hardly ever write reviews, but this juicer deserves the accolades I'm about to bestow upon it. I'm a heavy juicer, and go in fits and starts with heavy juicing and then no juicing. About a year or two ago I purchased the Omega 8003 juicer and have been happy with it. The main drawbacks to that juicer are its small diameter feed slot and the fact that you really have to "push" stuff along with the pusher. For the last couple of weeks I've been heavily juicing with that machine. My review is really from the perspective of what I'm coming from.

First, I did a lot of research on juicers (again). Although I looked at the Jack La Lane juicer which is a high speed juicer (and much cheaper), I found myself coming back to the slow speed for the same reasons that drove me to my original Omega 8003, namely, keeping the enzymes in tack, better taste (less watery) and a better yield (especially with organic fruit being so costly). It was taking me about 25 minutes to juice with the Omega 8003 including cleanup, which is a bit lengthy for a glass of juice. Now, in defense of the 8003, it does a really good job of juicing, pulp is dry and it makes a good juice. However, I tend to make really large glasses of juice (usually at least 24 oz) and it requires everything to be cut up into small enough pieces to fit in the small feeder. Apples take forever, and even feeding things like grapes you still have to push a few in, then mush it down, few more, mush it down etc etc. Process takes a while.

So my new VRT HD arrived today. Forget what HD stands for, but apparently the only difference is the strength of the inner filter/strainer, which I saw some reviews of cracking. I plan to work this thing like a mule, so I wanted the best.
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326 of 343 people found the following review helpful By J. Heller on December 18, 2011
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I had them too, I wondered never juicing before if I should spend as much as Omega requires romstepminto the Vrt. Would it serve my juicing needs? I did all the hours of research most modern consumers do, and narrowed it down to the VRT 350, the 8006, and the Green Power Kempo. What I wanted was a great juicer with longevity that I could throw a variety of produce at. I don't care for making my own nut butters or sorbets, I just wanted incredible juice. I plan on doing about 60% greens and veggies, and the rest fruit.

Does the VRT deliver? A resounding YES! Better than you would believe, there hasn't been a produce item yet that it hasn't squeezed the life out of into tasty juice. We've been running the juice gauntlet ever since it arrived a few days ago, spinach, carrots, celery, cucumber, pineapple, oranges, apples, ginger, and garlic are just some of what our Vrt has chewed on. It has handled all of it from the soft fruits to the leafy spinach it works like a champ. I'm sure there are a variety of juicers out there that would do the same, but I know I picked the right one for our household. Overall I'm very pleased, and had a friend come over who has a juice fountain centrifugal design and was amazed. Y the quietness, the yield, and the quality. The Omega puts out the best tasting juice you've ever had.

Here's some questions I had in the beginning, I'm not sure they are yours but they would've helped me being a new juicer, they are curiosities I didn't see the answer to during my search for juice.

1. Is there a ton of pulp? I saw mixed reviews on this and wasn't sure what to expect, I'm not a huge pulp fan, but I don't hate it unless it overpowers the texture of the entire glass.
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403 of 433 people found the following review helpful By rawgeek on January 18, 2011
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This is our 4th juicer since 1991, and I grin with amazement every time I use it! The design of this vertical, single-auger juicer is superb. It's as quiet and cool as a juicer can be, while it chews our greens for us. It does a fine job of juicing wheat grass, yet can also handle an over-ripe pineapple, which is what burned out our Breville last month. The daily carrot, apple, celery, kale, spinach, parsley, cilantro and ginger drinks are a breeze, and produce less pulp than I've ever seen from any juicer. I've fed it large amounts of grapefruit, oranges, and lemons, and it handles it all without the slightest problem. I've even made my own almond milk from soaked almonds. The quality of the juice from this machine is as close to Norwalk as you'll get from a juicer that's this convenient in every way. It even pulls the produce into the auger by itself when you drop the pieces into the feeder shoot. I've used a Juiceman Juicer (for which I am forever grateful), a Norwalk Juicer that produced the finest juice ever but with a lot of work, and a powerful Breville, but would put them all aside for this small, quiet, well designed, efficient, convenient, and easy-to-clean Omega VRT350HD. And, on top of all that, the 10-year warranty must be best in class. I feel very fortunate to own this machine; it allows me to prepare several jars of juices every morning before work with minimal time and effort. Kudos and thank you to the designers of this machine!
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331 of 365 people found the following review helpful By J. Lucia on July 31, 2011
I purchased this juicer because I wanted a low RPM alternative to the Breville centrifugal juicer that I intended to replace. I have also owned an Omega 1000 about ten years ago. I was interested in making more juice at once to store in the fridge without the alleged oxidation process and nutrient loss. After one week of daily use, I was simply not satisfied and returned it. Here are my pros and cons:

Pros:
Compact, beautiful design.
Excellent build quality and 10-year warranty.
Easy assembly/disassembly.
Very fast clean up, unless the pulp ejection port gets clogged. Light rinsing and a light brushing on the screen take about 2 minutes.
Very quiet operation.
Seems to have plenty of grinding power, but occasionally jams with large carrots.
Self feeding vertical design make for quick carrot juicing.

Cons:
Way too much pulp. Generally about 3 to 4 tablespoons of thick pulp will settle to the bottom of a 12oz glass.
Apples come out like paste if they're too ripe, so be sure to use fresh apples. Soft fruits like strawberries, which work great in the Breville, turn to paste and were useless in this unit.
Way too much foam/froth with greens. Without using another veggie (like carrots) to expedite the feed, greens like spinach just spun within the auger and made froth. Disappointing because I juice with 50% greens.
To operate without jamming, larger carrots that just manage to feed in the chute really ought to be slice in half . Especially fibrous things like celery work best when diced, otherwise the ejection port gets clogged.
Pulp ejection flap easily clogs up easily, which appears to impede the flow and permit excessive pulp into the juice spout.
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