Super Angel All Stainless Steel Twin Gear Juicer- 5500
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- Twin Gear - Two Stage Juicer
- Surgical Stainless Steel Parts
- Easy to Clean
- 10 years Warranty on both motors and parts (excluding “Wear & Tear” items)
- 3 HP - 86 RPM
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Super Angel All Stainless Steel Twin Gear Juicer - 5500 Features & SpecificationsSuper Angel All Stainless Steel Twin Gear Juicer - 5500 Super Angel is the most advanced living juice extractor with all stainless steel construction in the world. Super Angel , celebrating more than 21 years in business, is a worldwide leader of living juice extractor.Super Angel 's technology and quality control through the constant and exhaustive innovation over the past 21 years places theSuper Angel Living Juice Extractor as one of the top in the industry. Super Angel has made daily contributions to the development and future growth of the global health equipment industry. Our Commitment is to provide our valuable customers with quality products and service unparalleled in the juicer industry. It is our privilege to serve our customers in any way we can.Super Angel Living Juice Extractor will juice almost anything from carrot and apples to wheatgrass and spinach. It is not limited to just regular juicing but you can enjoy soy milk and delicious tofu. The revolutionary, all stainless steel design incorporates a twin gear impeller press system that powerfully rotates at a low 86 rpm (the most ideal speed), that can keep all enzymes and nutrients alive in the juice.Super Angel Juicer is perfect for wheat grass, barley grass, leafy greens, herbs and sprouts. We are quite sure that Super Angel Juicer will provide you with the maximum juicing pleasures with the confidence. Super Angel Juicer is a big time saver even when juicing for one person, but especially when juicing for more than one person, or for a whole family.Own the reliable and premium juicer for your peace of mind. We recommend a more reliable, heavy duty constructed, powerful juicer that triturate (crush and grind into very fine particles) and presses with a slow rpm (keeping enzymes intact and generating no heat) that guarantees to juice the more fibrous green vegetables and grasses.Here is to your health, pure and natur
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Champion + Juice Press
First of all the best juice quality from any juicer on the market is obtained through a separate masticating grinder and juice press combination method such as the Norwalk Juicer. It also happens to be the biggest pain to clean up since you have to clean up two parts of the machines instead of one plus the juicing cloths. The cheaper way to do this is by using a Champion Juicer as the grinder and a separate Juice press and the best place I found to buy it was from this site: [...] The guy is really nice to talk with and really takes the time to help you find the best combination for your needs. This is the juicer combination recommended on the Gerson Therapy where you have to juice 13 times per day, so they are made to last and give the best quality juice on the market.
You can also use the Champion juicer as a juicer without the press for any soft fruits such as melon, pineapple and the like. Although it can juice hard veggies as well without the separate press it does add heat so to keep the enzymes in tact the separate method of grinding then juice pressing is recommended highly.
The Champion includes a blank screen attachment to homogenize fruit to be used for frozen deserts and making frozen sorbets and is excellent at that function and the best on the market IMO for that purpose. Cleanup can be a pain for both parts but the champion it's self is easy to clean but it isn't dishwasher safe. The Champion machine is built like a tank and feels like it will stand the test of time and is approved for commercial usages.
Pros: Best quality juice if used as a grinder with separate press; Can homogenize frozen fruit and berries to make desserts; Juices very fast; Excellent build quality; One of the best and oldest names in the business
Cons: Stringy veggies and greens can get caught up in grinder; If used as a juicer alone without the press it heats the juice up and could kill enzymes; To get maximum juice quality the juice press is expensive and adds another step to clean; Maintaining juice cloths is another cleanup hassle; Not dishwasher safe; When no screen is used and you just use the Champion as a grinder the food gets stuck in the safety screen... I had to cut that off with some kitchen scissors to allow the machine to operate as just a grinder.
The second in quality of juice is the twin geared juicers compared to the separate masticating grinder and juice press combination. The exception is green juices as I think this provides the best quality green juice of any juicer I have used. The Angel Juicer here is tops in that regard because it uses all stainless steel parts and the largest gears and screens in it's class. You have to be really serious about juicing like I am to validate the cost of this vs. the Green Star that is very comparable at half the cost. The deal breaker for me between the green star and angel juicer was that this machine is all stainless steel and my plastic juicers don't hold up for the 13 times per day that I use them. I abuse my juicers like one would if they owned a juice bar and the Angel is built like a tank like the Champion Juicer and feels as rock solid and has held up the best of all juicers I have used so far.
I'm not sure why people complain about cleaning this machine since I think it's super easy to do. The only problem is that Angel didn't include a brush that looks like a tooth brush to clean the outside... they just give a scraper that doesn't work that well. I took the scrubbing "tooth brush" looking thing from my Omega VRT330 and use that to clean the outside screen and the gears just need to be rinsed under water... it's that easy. They give you a heavy duty pipe cleaner looking thing and I bought another one at Home Depot that is meant for larger pipes and it seems to clean the inside faster and can do the feed chute as well. The food just comes off the stainless steel. If the holes get clogged on the machine the directions say to run a lemon through it and let it sit for a bit so the acid can dissolve whatever is clogging the machine, but I never have had to do that yet.
The quality of juice with the Angel is excellent and the color is much deeper than anything except the separate grinder and juice press. The yield is the best of all juicers except the separate grind and press machines with the exception of green juice where it is the absolute best in green juice yield. The con is that since the machine runs at a low speed and gets so much juice out that it can be slower than other juicers. Where the Angel really sets it's self apart is the juicing of greens like Kale, Cabbage, Lettuce and stringy stuff like celery. The green juice from the Angel surpasses even the Norwalk or Champion / Juice press combination. It's amazing to me when I put in a whole head of kale and the only thing wasted is the amount of pulp that can sit in the palm of my hand from something that filled my entire veggie draw in the fridge... amazingly efficient and amazing juice quality.
Another con for the machine is that I don't like the way it handles citrus juices and very watery stuff like trying to juice melons or pineapple. The juice from stuff like that tends to take a long time to go through the machine and can back up into the chute. I marked it down a star for this reason since juicing a pineapple or melon turns into a project when it is so easy in my VRT330 or Champion with the juice screen.
A hint for anyone with this machine and if they are looking to cut down on cleaning time... let the juicer run for a few minutes after you are done juicing so it can eject all the pulp it can and cleanup will be a breeze. The worst thing that can happen is when the twin gears get stuck in the juicing screen because it is clogged up (usually with something that has a lot of seeds). I tried to juice fresh flax seeds and got the gears so stuck that I had to use a screw driver to pry them out... so don't do that.
Pros: Green juice is where this machine shines and does a better job than every other juicer including the Norwalk or Champion combo; Very fine low pulp juice; Very low amount of foam shows little oxidation; Juice stores longer than other juicers without going bad; Driest pulp with the most nutrients and juice extraction besides the separate grinder and juice press like the Norwalk or Champion + Separate Juice Press; It pulls in stringy greens like kale and celery where other juicers just get clogged up or squeak; Handles the hardest veggies with ease such as beets; All stainless steel means cleanup is very simple on the 5500 (the 5000 model was a pain to clean but they improved it with the 5500 model); Motor is very solid and powerful;
Cons: Not good for fruit and watery veggies like cucumbers; It takes longer to juice than with my other juicers; juicing can be messy when I remove the collection bins so I put a small tin under them to catch the residual juice; if the gears get stuck it's a royal pain in the @ss to get them out; does not homogenize frozen fruit; doesn't have any other screens or adjustments to allow better juicing of pulpy fruit
This is basically the Hurom juicer that Omega sticks their name on with a few small minor differences. The main difference is the warrantee with Omega is the best in the business being either 10 or 15 years for all juicers. This juicer is by far the fastest juicer I own and requires the least amount of effort to put produce through. I can literally juice three apples and a pound of carrots in under two minutes because the feed chute pulls the produce in without me having to jam it down. The feed chute is also very large so prepping veggies is less timely. The only time I use the pusher is when juicing greens or something too big for the chute and I have to force it down.
This juicer excels with wet pulpy fruits like melons where other juicers don't do as well. It can also be used as a food mill even though it's not stated in the directions. Cleanup is a bit longer than with the Angel juicer but that time is made up with the speed that it sends produce through. The juice quality is just OK compared to the other juicers I own. It is by far the most pulpy of the three and the ejected pulp is the wettest so there is wasted nutrients and juice that is not fully extracted. This juicer doesn't homogenize frozen fruits, but you can use it with frozen berries to shoot them out the waste tube to get a frozen treat.
Pros: Easiest to use since it self feeds produce; Fastest juicer; Well designed collection bins; Great warrentee from a great company; Juices melons and fruit exceedingly well; Cleanup is pretty easy
Cons: Juicing screen tends to crack with heavy juicing; juice is too pulpy for my taste and I need to put it through a strainer; Plastic surfaces tend to stain with beets and carrots; not dishwasher safe; Doesn't do greens well and gets clogged up if you don't put through other produce to get the greens through
With all those reviews in mind there is no clear winner because it depends on your needs. If your concern is the best quality of juice or are treating cancer with the Gerson Therapy then go with a masticating grinder and juice press combo like the Norwalk or Champion and separate press. If your concern is the best yield and nutrients from green juices then the Angel or Green Star is your juicer. If you will sacrifice a bit of juice quality and want the fastest juicer and don't want to spend all day pushing a plunger into a juicer then the VRT might be your juicer.
I personally find a use for all three juicers since each excels at a different thing. Right now I lent my champion juicer and press off to a family member with cancer so they can do the Gerson Therapy and I find most all of my needs met by using the VRT for fruits and melons and the Angel for all the other juicing I do.
All three juicers are relatively quiet in operating and don't sound like a plane taking off. The champion is probably the loudest and the angel and VRT are very quiet if you have family or roommates. I hope this helps... happy juicing.
I am that guy who yells “BTU’s” at the top of my lungs when the kids leave the door open. It kills me to see waste and this product doesn’t waste anything. Now it does take a lot longer to process the fruit, but that is what the “stay at home wife” is for. She might disagree with my assessment but she also isn’t sitting in this seat all day long withering away in a fluorescent dungeon.
To surmise: Get this product if you have a patient loving wife who cares to see you make it to retirement age. It might be that long until this thing pays you back. The good news is that this thing is built as if it came from the American Industrial Age. In other words, I will be passing this down to my kids kids
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