If you find this juicer interesting, we recommend taking a look at the improved model of this series: Omega J8228C or J8227S
What can you press with the Omega?
Partly due to the long thin press screw, the Omega is suitable for all types of fruit and vegetables. Hard products such as carrots and beets can be pressed with this device. The Omega is also suitable for fibrous vegetables (such as celery and spinach) and wheatgrass. The Omega is also a great machine for nuts, seeds and small amounts of spices. Make sure that these products are not harder than coffee beans or black pepper.
What kind of juice do you get with the Omega?
Like the Hurom GD, the Omega squeezes pure juice with little pulp. The juice is also slightly more liquid and almost without pulp residues, compared to the vertical slow juicers. This is particularly noticeable in fibrous leafy vegetables and wheatgrass.
How do you clean the Omega?
The parts of the Omega are not dishwasher safe. It is best to clean it under the tap with warm water and the corresponding brushes. If vegetable or fruit residues are stuck, you can soak the parts in a container of warm water for a few hours.
Why should you choose the Omega?
Versatile: ice cream, nut butters, pesto or sorbet ice cream, this slow juicer can make it all.
Wheatgrass: this horizontal slow juicer from Omega can handle wheatgrass and other fibrous or hard products well, a big difference from the vertical slow juicers.
Powerful: due to the thin but long pressing screw made of high-quality Ultem plastic, the pressing force is greater and more juice and dryer pulp come out of the device than with vertical slow juicers.