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Don't bother posting them. I personally use the Omega J juicer. Awesome review of the Omega. The can do this too. Comments Another excellent post, man. Now he loves it and we half-joke about buying Norwalks.
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In addition to durability, this gives the J its commercial billing. Another difference is price, although this is a very small factor. Both the commercial J and the J provide a healthy, convenient juicing experience from one of the leaders in the juicing industry.
The two Omega juicer models are built using the same design concept. The only significant difference between the two is that the Omega J is more durable than the J because it has stronger materials.
Your choice depends on how you plan on using it. Both the Omega J and J juicers are the bestselling juicers on Amazon that get 4. The low speed juicer works at 80rpm. This protects and maintains healthy enzymes , prevents oxidation and allows juice to be stored up to 72 hours without degradation. Its dual stage juice processing system extracts the maximum amount of juice from fruits, vegetables, leafy greens, even wheatgrass!
You can make delicious and nutritious drinks and snacks that everyone will love. It was given to me as a gift. Can you afford an Omega J? A causal or newbie juicer should go with the Consumer Reports best buy juicer. Buy an inexpensive juicer at first. If juicing is for you, then you absolutely can afford an Omega juicer. If you consider juicing a fixed cost, my Omega Juicer will actually earn me money. The J has a year warranty. In economic terms, I earned thousands of dollars. Save Money by Buying the Omega J The Omega J has a year warranty.
It just comes in white rather than chrome. They are the same machines save for two material differences:. You save some cash up front but sacrifice five years of the warranty.
The Omega J here is the same as the J; it just comes in chrome. It would make more sense to say: Instead the J is the same as the J, and the J is the same as the J Man, that really is confusing!
Another excellent post, man. Any opinion on this? Good to hear clean is easier with masticating juicers. My friend wanted to throw his VRT up against a wall. Now he loves it and we half-joke about buying Norwalks. A quality juicer is a pretty elaborate piece of equipment.
It just takes time to get used to them. A lot of complaints are made while a person is moving up the learning curve. I have heard, though, that if you are going to juice more fruits than leafy greens, the VRT is the machine for you. The only issue I could see with an apple is that you must slice it into small pieces. I made applesauce a couple weeks ago 90 apples used and the machine looked very similar to the first picture.
Of course, I had to mention that to the people I was making the apple sauce with. I do have to chop apples, etc. Can you do a post about cleaning the Omega J? I wash mine with dish washing liquid and I notice that the part of the auger turns lightish green amber.
I bought the VRT first, and returned it because the clean up time was a lot longer, and I wasnt too thrilled with the output Then I bought the , cleans in less than 5 minutes, yes you do have to cut the produce, but I am ok with it. It is the best juicer I have had. As for one comment about thick juice, it doesnt happen if you use the screen to filter out the last bit of pulp.
I dont do this but I know friend who do. Thanks for the feedback. The VRT is self-feeding, which is cool. Just stumbled across this post. Awesome review of the Omega. I like that juicer a lot too and personally prefer the masticating version over the VRT.