Not as great as other reviewers would have me believe...
Bob Champoux, Amazon
27 January 2014
Summary: We were expecting our 18 year old juicer to die so, after a lot of online research, opted for this one. We've been using it regularly for several months. First, the good news: It's quiet! And, it's easy to feed fruit and veggies in. It self feeds and I rarely have to use the push rod. Somethings you need to know: Check the dimensions of this unit to make sure it'll fit in your kitchen. The juice and pulp catchers also take up space.
Summary: Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful! Only few little problems: 1. A bit to much plop in the Joice 2. Trying to assemble it back, I was looking for the 2 red dots (on the stainer and on the bowl)to match, but found only one (on the bowl))...! It's hard to assemble, and get it in place with out the second dot. 3. Small input on the hopper - need to cut a lot... But - it dose a good job, quiet job, easy to clean, has a small footprint and takes relatively small place.
Summary: After a lot of research, I went with this mainly because I work and it made sense to me to make the juices ahead of time and just pull from fridge and take with me to work. I was a little concerned about being able to take apart and put back together, but for my first juicer, I made a good choice. Very easy to assemble, and clean (I don't have a dishwasher here in Spain), so have to hand wash every time done juicing. It's a cinch.
Summary: I have a big problema with a Lit of pulp ending up in the juice. The little opening for pulp disposal gets plugged very easily (especially with green vegetables like celery and parsley) and all the pulp therefore gets in the juice!
Summary: Will So far so Good! its pure juice coming out,the only problem for me is the pulp ejection is to small the outlet from inside getting stock the pulp specially the celery and other vegetable..
Summary: I highly recommend this juicer to anyone interested in juicing. Because it is a masticating juicer, you get every bit of juice from the pulp. I upgraded from a regular juicer that left wet pulp in the bin. This leaves dry pulp for a difference you can see and taste. Definitely worth the money to upgrade. Cleaning is a breeze vs. the other. I just rinse after each use and it is effortless! I love it!
Summary: I bought this juicer about 3 months ago and every time I try juicing ginger or celery, it jams up and I have to shut off the machine and dig out the pulp to juice anything after it. I complained to the company which they tried to tell me I needed to cut those certain veggies into certain lengths, but I had already tried every size you could imagine to keep it from clogging. The company sent me another auger part, but I still have the same problem.
Summary: This juicer is what I was dreaming about a few month ago. I have Kenwood kitchen robot, which is doing not bad making juices, but I was pretty annoyed every time I make some citrus juice. After making about 2 liters of juice, the waste was so wet, that I was making another glass of juice just by squeezing it by hand with some gauze. After I got Omega juicer at home, I was surprised how dry was the waste. It literally squeezes every drop out of the fruits.