Omega® VRT350HD Vertical Masticating HD Juicer
This revolutionary Omega Juicer features the high efficiency of a masticating style juicer in a vertical design. Most juicers process at a speed of 1,650 to 16,000 RPM, destroying many healthy enzymes and causing juice to degrade shortly after being extracted. Unit's Low Speed Juicing System processes at 80 RPM, preventing oxidation and allowing juice to be stored for up to 72 hours without degradation. You obtain the highest degree of extraction and the healthiest possible juice. Also features an innovative auto cleaning system that keeps the screen clear during juicing and increases its efficiency. The contemporary design is complemented by a virtually indestructible ULTEM juicing auger that can withstand heavy duty juicing. Measures 7" W x 8 1/2" D x 15 1/2" H. Hand wash. Imported. 10-year warranty. Model# VRT350HD.
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Think it through I will keep this as simple as possible. This Juicer is Expensive, but well mad, saves electricity, is powerful enough to crush beets and carrots, and is easy to assemble and clean . THE WARRANTY is EXCELLENT! Engineering FLAW: the exit port where the fiber is released from is too small and gets clogged easily when juicing Celery, Ginger, or any LONG or THICK FIBER veggie. They should have made it bigger, Im sure this flaw has caused many customers to switch to other brands after they experienced this. Would I recommend this juicer? YES! May 14, 2013
It's a Juicer and it juices! All devices have pros and cons and the pros outway the cons for this thing! One of the cons is the useless manual, but as others have commented, John Koelher's vidoes on you tube are a wonderful resource in place of a terrible manual. Cleanup is quick -- less than 5 mins --. The main chores cleaning it are cleaning the pulp ejection shoot and of course the screen. But a good nylon brush makes the cleaning quick and the included brush has a flat end to clean the ejection port. This brings me to the other con: there is a rubber gasket that must be inserted into the ejection port. I keep for getting the darn thing. While not a con for me, the juice is a little pulpy. But that can be taken care of with a strainer. But overall, if you you cut your veggies properly and do not put more in before the previous one is finished, you will get minimum foam and great juice! May 4, 2013
Some problems I had some issues from this unit. It jammed upon first use, but the reversing switch helped resolve that problem. I was surprised at how wet the pulp is. I have a Jack Lalanne Juice Pro centrifugal juicer that creases sawdust dry pulp for carrots, whereas the Omega pulp is quite wet. Thus, it creates less juice. I am also disappointed with Omega's customer support. I could never reach them by phone, and left messages 4 times without ever getting a response. I tried email, but nada there as well. BB&B is a great company to do biz with, so I will continue to test this juicer for any further problems. BB&B has a great return policy if I am dissatisfied with the product. April 22, 2013
Awesome I just purchased this juicer after much review. There is a fantastic video on YouTube of someone demonstrating it. Before I went and spent this kind of money for juicing, I bought a used one through CL. I quickly realized the issue with speed, squeezing, dryness with the pulp, and how much I am leaving in my pulp. This machine leaves a dry pulp. I have so much more yield from the same amount of produce, which means I will spend less money on produce in the long run. The clean up is easy as well- less than 5 minutes. Only thing I noticed is stringy produce, like pineapple or celery, will get caught at where the pulp comes out. The pulp comes out, but requires some elbow grease to clean it out the fibers- but clean up still under 5 minutes. Get yourself the 20% off coupon and save $75. April 4, 2013
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