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Omega Juicers J8007S 5th Generation Nutrition Center HD Juicer, Silver/Black
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- Low 80RPM Rotation Speed
- Continuous Juicing with Automatic Pulp Ejection
- Gear Reduction System Produces Maximum Torque
- Includes 6 Nozzles and 1 Juicing Screen
- Full 15 Year Warranty
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Omega's Nutrition Systems are "masticating-style" juice extractors and more! A masticating juicer juices at low speeds of 80 RPM minimizing heat build-up and oxidation. The auger system forces produce into a tight chamber, grinding and pressing the food to squeeze out the juice from items as fine as wheatgrass and leafy vegetables. With a Nutrition System you can also make all-natural nut butters, baby food, soy/nut milks, pasta and a variety of healthy snacks.
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- Fast cleanup. I can clean the juicer in about 3-4 minutes
- Very high quality, good tasting juice
- No issues juicing leafy greens, hard veggies, or hard fruits (only okay at soft fruits)
- Small footprint
- You need to cut the produce into smaller pieces to fit down the food tube
- It's slower than a high speed juicer (obviously)
- Some pulp in the juice, although this is easily fixed with a fine mesh strainer
- For some reason, the parts on this juicer are very snug (especially the end cap). More so than the 8006 model I used. I may consider contacting Omega about that.
Again, if you are looking for a slow juicer, the Omega single vertical auger, slow juicers are fantastic.
*** Updated 5/1/2014 ***
I contacted Omega about the very tight fit on the end cap (great customer service), and they shipped out a new end cap and juicing screen. Turns out the juicing screen was the defective part, because the new screen fits perfectly. If anyone else has this issue, I recommend contacting Omega. Also, I changed my rating to 5 stars: great juicer and a great company.
With the centrifugal design, we'd have chunks of apple or carrot get shot into the waste bin, and lots of stuff sprayed along the top of the outgoing chute. It also sometimes escaped through the pieces of the juicer, and sprayed the walls. It didn't feel like we were getting the most out of the fruits and vegetables, and I was getting tired of cleaning the wall. I also didn't like that much noise first thing in the morning.
My husband's favorite juice has kale in it (also celery, apple, ginger, and cucumber). We made his juice this morning, and got 150% of what we usually get.
I don't like any pulp in my orange juice, and carefully read reviews about pulp. I've made several fruit juices already, with things like strawberries, grapes, pear, apple, peaches, and grapefruit. I haven't had any issue with pulp. The strawberries were noticeably creamier, in a good way, almost like a fruit smoothie. I felt like I was getting more of the fruit. The grapefruit shavings looked like coleslaw when they came out of the machine. We've been very impressed with the dryness of the pulp. The screen mesh is fine enough that there isn't anything I would call pulp in the juice. There's an extra mesh strainer in the box, but I haven't even used it yet.
There's a lot less surface area that touches the food, so a lot less to clean. I don't own a blender or a food processor because I don't like cleaning appliances, but don't mind cleaning this juicer. One of the reviews said that if this one is too much for someone to clean, they probably shouldn't juice, and that may be true (though I'd hate for someone not to juice). Much less screen, much less surface area, and no sharp parts. In our other juicer, not only were there sharp teeth, but the large plastic top part was bulky and hard to rotate around in the sink to clean, plus the plastic triangle that guides the pusher is pointy and was always scraping me. Throw everything into soapy water right away, and it's pretty painless. We also used to use plastic produce bags for the outbin in our old juicer, but I find I don't need them with this new one, since there's a little pile of much drier pulp.
I got this model instead of the next version because of the detachable funnel, longer pusher stick, and more durable plastic of the juice/pulp bins. Those were the things that stuck out to me when I compared the reviews.
I considered a vertical masticating juicer, but read lots of reviews about the pulp chute clogging, the plastic filter cracking, and too much pulp in the juice. We haven't had those issues with this machine. The vertical models have larger feed chutes, but I don't mind making a few extra slices. It's somewhat relaxing and meditative. It's not that much different than our old juicer, which was supposed to be able to do large things, but required small bits because if a flat surface hit the bottom of the spinning basket, it would just stay there. Rather than cubing the apple for the old machine, I slice it into longer slices for this machine.
Our old machine had sharp teeth that could hurt you, but could also get dull. That's not an issue with this machine.
All in all, we are extremely happy with this juicer, and heartily recommend it.
Yes, I do have to cut the size down to about 1" width or less. But, it juices much quicker than some reviews led me to believe.
It squeezed out so much liquid, that the mulch is almost dry. It only takes me a few minutes to make a 24 oz cup of veggie juice (Kale, broccoli, spinach, ginger, garlic, jalapeno, lemon, apple, carrots, tomato, blueberries, and sweet potato). Everything went through easily and was as fully 'juiced' as think would be possible, without a centrifuge. I plan on recycling the veggie pulp for veggie broth. Waste not want not. :-)
Cleanup is a breeze. It states it is dishwasher safe, but I figure why bother, it only takes a couple minutes with a sponge and some dish soap.
I've used both a food processor and a blender for making veggie/fruit drinks before. I like this better. Best wishes and happy juicing!
(Deducted 1/2 star for having to prep fruits and veggies more than I prefer. Besides, is there really anything that is 'perfect' in everyone's eyes?)