Summary: The good: So i used the omega J8006 juicer for about a month and it did everything i wanted it to, juice was really good, didnt break down or have any mechanical issues at all. It was pretty quiet overall, wasn't too loud. It's actually a pretty small juicer i think, didnt take up much room at all in my kitchen. It was slightly heavy, which i liked because it made the juicer feel like it was made strong. I made about 60-90 ounces of juice a day for about a month.
Summary: This thing's built like a tank, juices anything you throw at it, cleans easily, and make nasty-looking vegetables taste good - what else could you ask for? Truly an great product. We have regularly used it for orange juice (among other good stuff like kale, wheatgrass, etc.) this winter, and it makes juicing a pleasure. Every last bit of the orange is juiced, and the volume compared to our previous dedicated citrus juicer is much higher - so much better than Tropicana!
Summary: It juices greens like it says, and its easy to clean. The juice is pretty pulpy, and it didn't seem to get as much juice out of the fruit and veggies as I would have liked. Also, in the directions it says not to run it for more than 30 minutes. For me this is largely inconvenient since I juice in the morning for the whole day and pack the juice in a cooler for work. I can't get it all juiced in 30 min since the feed for the fruits n veggies is so small.
Summary: I have brevile juicer that I use everyday, but wanted different because i was told that high speed juicer kills all the nutrients. Omega J8006 was good choice but only downside is it is too slow and I need to chop my fruits for small chute.