Best Omega juicers: 3 top models

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Omega NC900HDC Masticating Juicer

The NC900HDC is our choice for the best all-round Omega juicer because it was very good in its overall performance – it’s able to deliver high yield and great quality juice from various produce. It’s also quite versatile. You can use it to process different types of food.

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Omega is one of the leading juicer brands on the market. The company has been around since 1985 and has a huge variety of juicers that have a good reputation for being well-crafted to give high juice yield and their sturdy build that’s backed by a long warranty. The following are our top picks for the best juicers that the company offers. 

1. Omega NC900HDC Masticating Juicer

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Omega NC900HDC Juicer Extractor and Nutrition Center Creates Fruit Vegetable and Wheatgrass Juice Quiet Motor Slow Masticating Dual-Stage Extraction with Adjustable Settings, 150-Watt, Metallic
  • INDUSTRY LEADING 15-YEAR WARRANTY covering parts and performance
  • LONGER LASTING JUICES: Using a low speed of 80 RPMs results in minimal heat buildup and oxidation promoting healthy enzymes
  • EXCLUSIVE: Dual Stage masticating extraction

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Pros

  • Efficient at juicing leafy greens and hard produce
  • Multipurpose – can process different kinds of food
  • Creates less foam and preserves the nutrients and vitamins
  • Large collection containers and a relatively wide chute
  • Doesn’t make a lot of noise while running
  • Easy to assemble, disassemble and clean

Cons

  • Performs poorly at juicing soft fruits
  • Juice can have little pulp at times
  • Some plastics parts are fragile and break quickly
  • Heavy and has a large footprint

Specification

  • 150W motor
  • Dual-edge Ultem screw auger (80 RPM)
  • Juicing screen filter and blank cone
  • 6 varying nozzles
  • Automatic pulp ejection
  • Reverse function
  • Adjustable end cap with 5 settings
  • Juice (34 ounces) and pulp (42 ounces) containers
  • BPA-free internal plastic parts
  • 15-year warranty

Design

With its sleek chrome finish and unique curved base, the Omega NC900HDC is a stylish and attractive-looking juicer that fits well with modern kitchen décor. However, you will need enough countertop space to accommodate it as its width (15.5 inches) takes up more space.

It’s also a bit heavy (13 pounds) but has a handle that makes carrying and moving it around somewhat easy. It doesn’t wobble during operation – the weight keeps it stable. Most of the crucial parts are sturdy and durable. The shell is solid stainless steel, the motor is heavy duty and the auger is strong Ultem plastic. 

Some plastic parts seem fragile though and may not last long with frequent use. Multiple users mentioned that they break after a short while. The juicing screen tends to crack and fall apart quickly too. 

Performance

The NC900HDC is quite impressive at extracting juice from a wide range of produce. Users reported that it performs very well with vegetables, leafy greens, celery and wheatgrass. The auger thoroughly crushes the produce to pulp and then compresses it to extract the juice. 

It’s an efficient dual-stage system and operates in a tight chamber, so almost all the juice is usually squeezed out of the produce leaving behind a dry pulp. You get very high yields especially from wheatgrass and leafy greens. 

Hard produce like apples, carrots, ginger and cucumber also deliver a decent yield as the motor provides plenty of consistent power to allow the auger extract most of the juice out of them. There’s minimal oxidation and heat buildup – nutrients and vitamins are well preserved making the juice tastier and long-lasting (remains fresh up to 3 days).

The unit does struggle though with soft fruits. It leaves a lot of wet pulp behind. There’s hardly any foam produced though. The strainer manages to filter out lots of pulp but some get through at times. Fibrous greens tend to clog it quickly too.  

Capacity

You won’t have to empty the juice container (34 ounce/4 cups of juice) and the pulp container (42 ounces) frequently when processing larger batches of produce since they are both quite large. 

The downside is that they are not made of BPA-free plastic. It might not be a big deal provided they are not exposed to heat, but if it’s a concern to you, then you may have to replace them with either glass containers or BPA-free. There’s no anti-drip cap spout too hence excess juice often drips to the counter when you are done collecting and transferring the juice. 

The feeding chute is relatively wider (1.5 x 2 inches) than other Omega juicers.  It can fit average to large-sized pieces with little to no problem. You may not spend much time pre-cutting all produce. 

Special Features

  • Blank Screen and Various Nozzles: The NC900HDC comes with an extra blank screen filter, blank end cap, 3 pasta nozzles and 1 breadstick nozzle. These extra attachments allow you to extrude pasta, make frozen desserts and fresh sorbets. You can as well use them to make baby food, nut butter, soy milk, grinding coffee or spice and even chopping and mincing food items like fish and meat. 
  • End Cap with 5 Adjustable Settings: The end cap of this Omega juicer has 5-speed settings that can be adjusted according to the density or nature of the produce you want to process. It’s a useful feature that helps to ensure that you obtain a decent amount of yield from any type of produce (soft to very hard).

Set up and Cleaning

Users found the NC900HDC easy and quick to assemble and dissemble as it has relatively few parts and the manual has clear instructions to guide you through the process. Cleaning it up is simple too. The parts can be cleaned in the dishwasher and the shell just needs wiping to remove leftover juice stain. 

Should you buy the Omega NC900HDC?

The NC900HDC is a great option if you are looking for a versatile and reliable Omega juicer. It may not be able to handle soft fruits well but it can pretty much juice all the other types of produce and also process different kinds of foods.

2. Omega VSJ843QS Vertical Masticating Juicer

Omega VSJ843QS Vertical Slow Masticating Juicer Makes Continuous Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Juice at 43 Revolutions per Minute Features Compact Design Automatic Pulp Ejection, 150-Watt, Silver
  • INDUSTRY LEADING 15-YEAR Coverage on parts and performance
  • HIGH YIELD: Dual-edge auger with tighter fit tolerance strains more juice and breaks down fiber to a palatable level for a smoother, nutrient dense juice.
  • BOOST YOUR IMMUNITY - Cold press juicing is one of the most effective ways to easily access nutritious enzymes and antioxidants that boost immunity and enhance overall health.

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Taking the 2nd spot on our list is the VSJ843QS model which is our pick for the best vertical juicer from Omega. The reasons for this are that its performance with the majority of produce is great and the build quality is equally good. The other reasons are that it’s able to retain high levels of nutrients and features an auto-clean system that facilitates quick clean up.

Pros

  • Provides maximum yield from hard produce and leafy greens
  • Optimal nutrient and vitamin retention
  • The juice comes out with less pulp and foam
  • Very durable construction and operates quietly
  • Easy to use and takes up less counter space
  • Simple to assemble, disassemble and clean

Cons

  • Struggles to process wheatgrass and soft fruits
  • Requires some prep time due to narrow feed chute
  • The pulp ejection hole gets clogged sometimes
  • Heavy to move around

Specification

  • 150W motor
  • Dual-edge auger (43 RPM)
  • Stainless steel juicing screen
  • Reverse function
  • Automatic pulp ejection
  • Auto-clean system
  • Anti-drip spout
  • 32-ounce juice and pulp containers
  • 15-year warranty

Design

The Omega VSJ843QS has a clean sleek design. The silver finish on the shell couples up well with the black color of the chute and the other components. It looks good enough to be left out on the counter throughout. It has a small footprint (7-inches width x 8.5-inches depth) due to its vertical design– it doesn’t take up much space on the counter. It’s not that tall either. It’s only 15.5 inches high, so it should be able to easily fit under most kitchen cabinets. The downside is that it weighs 22 pounds which is heavier than even Omega’s bulkier horizontal models. It’s not a juicer you would want to move or shift around a lot. You’ll probably have to find a permanent spot on the counter to place it. Overall though, it’s a unit you can use regularly for a long time. It’s very sturdy and doesn’t wobble when juicing.

Performance

The juice yield of the VSJ843QS is satisfying. It’s capable of extracting much of the juice out of various produce. It performs best with hard fruits and vegetables as well as leafy greens. The yield is high every time and the pulp comes out dry. It struggles to process wheatgrass though because the yield is often low. It also doesn’t perform so well with soft fruits and some fibrous greens. The pulp that’s ejected is always quite wet. The yield is only better when you juice them alongside hard produce like carrots at the same time. In terms of the quality of the juice, the VSJ843QS gets it right. The slow speed eliminates heat and oxidation, thereby it’s able to retain more nutrients from the produce during the extraction process. You get juice that has a long shelf life and tastes great. A small amount of pulp does make its way into the juice sometimes but for the better part, it has a smoother texture with very little, if any pulp. Plus, not much foam is produced during the process due to the slow movement of the auger.

Capacity

The juice and pulp containers both have a capacity of around 32 ounces which is not exceptional capacity but it’s enough to allow you to make juice for up to 4 people at a go. Unlike the NC900HDC, the two containers are made of BPA-free plastic hence they are safe to use even if exposed to heat. Moreover, the juice outlet of the VSJ843QS has a convenient tap that helps prevent dripping when you are done juicing or switching out containers. The feed chute is a narrow oval-shaped tube that’s about 1.62 x 1.25 inches wide, so you’ll have to pre-cut produce to smaller sizes that can fit inside it.

Special Features

  • Auto-Clean System: This unit comes with a self-cleaning feature that automatically cleans up the juicing screen during operation. There’s a brush inside it that acts almost like a vehicle’s windshield wiper.  It’s pressed against the screen where it rotates around it as the juicer runs dislodging and wiping out any pulp that gets tuck – It’s a convenient feature that saves you from having to clean up the screen frequently between recipes.
  • Safety Lock: The VSJ843QS has been designed such that you have to properly line up the hopper with the base so that it gets locked into place by the magnets. It’s a nice safety feature because the alignment must be perfect for the juicer to run, otherwise, it stops automatically which helps minimize potential mishaps and mess.

Set up and Cleaning

The assembly process isn’t complicated. There are only 5 pieces to put together; the juice screen wiping blades, auger, juice bowl and hopper. Disassembling is not that tricky either. Clean up was a breeze for many too. The wiper system clears the bulk of the pulp out of the screen which makes it easy to clean. One design flaw though is that the opening for ejecting pulp out of the auger bowl is narrow. Pulp at times ends up filling it entirely hence stopping the ejection process. The bowl then gets clogged by the pulp which makes cleaning a bit cumbersome.

Should you buy the Omega VSJ843QS?

This is a good fit if you are after a vertical juicer that can give you high juice yields from hard produce and leafy greens. It’s a good option also if you want to obtain optimal nutrients from your produce. If, however, your plan is to juice soft fruits often, then it’s not a suitable choice.

3. Omega MM900HDS Masticating Juicer

Omega MM900HDS Medical Medium Slow Masticating Celery Juicer High Juice Yield Adjustable Dial, 200-Watt, Silver
  • INDUSTRY LEADING 15-YEAR coverage on parts and performance
  • ENDORSED BY THE MEDICAL MEDIUM - “Everyone always asks me what juicer I use — and this is it… It’s the best juicer I’ve seen on the market… There’s not another juicer on the market that can extract the juice out of celery like this one does…” Anthony William, The Medical Medium
  • COLD PRESS SLOW JUICER - Using a low speed of 80 RPMs results in minimal heat buildup and oxidation promoting healthy enzymes.

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The MM900HDS model is the best Omega juicer for extracting juice from celery and hard produce. It has a powerful motor that can handle tough produce and a special end cap that helps extract the highest yields from celery than other Omega juicers.

Pros

  • Great for juicing celery, hard produce and leafy greens
  • Retains a lot of nutrients and vitamins
  • Solid and durable construction
  • Low noise level when operating
  • Easy to set up and take apart

Cons

  • Not ideal for processing wheatgrass and soft fruits
  • Doesn’t filter out all the pulp
  • Heavy and needs sufficient counter space
  • Requires chopping produce into small pieces
  • Clean up is a bit tricky

Specification

  • 200W motor
  • Dual-edge auger (80 RPM)
  • Stainless steel filter screen
  • 3 adjustable pressure settings
  • Automatic pulp ejection
  • Reverse function
  • Celery end cap and standard end cap
  • Plastic (BPA free) build
  • 15-year warranty

Design

Sporting a sleek silver-black finish and Omega’s classic horizontal juicer design, the MM900HDS looks fairly nice to be left on the countertop all the time. It’s not bulky but it has a relatively large footprint (it measures 14.5 x 6.5 x15.5 inches) – it will require sufficient space to use it.

Carrying it around will also be a little frustrating and take some effort. It’s heavy, weighing about 17.1 pounds and has no carrying handle. On the positive, it doesn’t move around when juicing. The bottom is fitted with rubber feet help to keep it stabilized while in use.

Many also commented on the unit’s durability. The shell is heavy-duty stainless steel, the feeding chute is thick and sturdy, the auger seems sturdy too and the motor as well. If there’s a weakness to point out it would be the rubber gasket on the celery end cap. It pops out from time to time and several users even reported that it breaks within a few months of use.

Performance

The MM900HDS is much effective at juicing celery compared to other Omega’s model as it has a powerful motor and a special celery end cap that’s optimized to extract maximum juice from celery pulp.

The cap is fitted with a green insert that makes its opening tighter to enhance its efficiency at getting all the juice out of celery. The dual-stage auger crushes and squeezes the celery against the screen, upon which it’s further strained by the tighter clearance of the end cap.

This simple adjustment results in a very dry pulp and a higher yield per celery stalk – more than any other Omega juicer model. The unit also does a good job when it comes to juicing leafy greens, citrus fruits and dense produce. You get an ample yield and the pulp left behind is pretty much dry.

Juicing soft fruits like peaches and plums usually result in low yield and wet pulp, so it’s not suitable for processing soft fruits. Nonetheless, the juice doesn’t get heated up or oxidized during the process. It’s loaded with nutrients, has a fresh taste and can last up to 3 days with no deterioration in quality.

There’s little to no foam produced either but the strainer is not that effective at filtering out the pulp. A couple of users reported having pulpy juice, especially when using the standard end cap. Fibers from celery pulp sometimes end up in the juice too when using the celery end cap.

Capacity

Similar to the other two models above, the collection containers of this juicer are relatively large (can hold about 32 ounces of fluid). Processing a big batch of produce won’t be too much hassle. The juice outlet has no anti-drip cap, so there’s dripping of juice on the counter once you remove the container to transfer the collected juice.

The other problem is the narrow chute (1.5 inches wide). You will have to do some prep work every time you want to juice because it can’t accommodate medium to large-sized produce.

Special Features

  • Adjustable Pressure Settings: Both celery and the standard end caps of the MM900HDS have 3 adjustable pressure settings which allow you to adjust the pulp level to your preference. It’s a feature that helps ensure you get as much juice as possible from the fruits and vegetables.

Set up and Cleaning

Setting it poses no challenge whatsoever. It’s very straightforward with fewer parts to put together. Taking it apart is equally simple but cleaning it is a bit tricky especially when juicing celery.

The dry pulp is compacted so tightly into the extraction chamber such that some fibers are forced into the fine holes of the strainer making it difficult to get all of them out. It takes a lot of scrubbing to remove them.

The end cap tends to get clogged easily by pulp too and the only practical solution is to disassemble the unit, clean it out and then reassemble it again which is cumbersome if it clogs frequently.

Should you buy the Omega MM900HDS?

The MM900HDS is a fantastic choice if you are looking for a juicer purposely for making celery juice. The extra celery attachment ensures that you get maximum yield every time. You may some difficulties with clean up and clogging but overall, in terms of juice quality and yield, you won’t be disappointed. It’s also a nice option for hard fruits and leafy greens.

4. Omega H3000D Cold Press 365 Juicer

Omega H3000D Cold Press 365 Juicer Slow Masticating Extractor Creates Delicious Fruit Vegetable and Leafy Green High Juice Yield and Preserves Nutritional Value, 150-Watt, Black
  • HEALTHY AND DELICIOUS JUICES - Extracts the maximum amount of nutrients, vitamins, taste and juice from minimum amounts of celery, carrots, leafy greens and other fruits, vegetables, or wheatgrass. The juicing possibilities are endless!
  • BOOST YOUR IMMUNITY - Cold press juicing is one of the most effective ways to easily access nutritious enzymes and antioxidants that boost immunity and enhance overall health.
  • DESIGN – The compact and sleek design of this juicer will not only save counter space but will also look great on your kitchen counter! The H3000D puts out less noise when juicing compared to high speed juicers and blenders. No more waking up the family early in the morning!

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The H3000D is one of the cheapest juicers from Omega but besides the low pricing, the reason why it’s our best budget pick is the fact that it does a decent job of extracting juice from various vegetables and fruits. It’s not the best but it’s a dependable juicer.

Pros

  • Effective at juicing veggies and some dense produce
  • Keeps the nutrients and vitamins intact
  • Simple to assemble, disassemble and clean
  • It’s not loud while running
  • Comes at an affordable price

Cons

  • Leaves a wet pulp when juicing soft fruits
  • Produces foam and doesn’t filter out all the pulp
  • More prep work needed due to small feed chute
  • Bulky and somewhat cumbersome to carry 

Specification

  • 150W motor
  • Screw auger (90-110 RPM)
  • Stainless steel strainer
  • Reverse function
  • Automatic pulp ejection
  • Juice and pulp containers
  • Plastic (BPA free) build
  • 15 Year warranty 

Design

The H3000D has a sleek black design that would look neat and modern on any kitchen countertop. It’s bulky though (measures 17.5 x 12.5 x 10 inches) compared to the other units on the list – it takes up a significant amount of space on the counter.  

It’s, however, not so heavy (12.32 pounds) but carrying it might be a challenge because it’s relatively big and has no handles. The feet are fitted with suction cups at the bottom which do grip the counter well and keeps it secure during juicing. It doesn’t wobble. 

The build quality isn’t that bad either. The shell, auger and most of the other internal components are sturdy and can hold up to regular use for a few years. There are a couple of complaints though that the end cap cracks and break within a short time particularly when juicing hard produce like carrots. 

Performance

Despite being on the low price end, this Omega model is able to handle well a variety of vegetables and fruits. It does a good job at juicing greens and some hard fruits like apples. The amount of juice is above average for the better part and the pulp that comes out has less moisture in it.

It also appears to be effective at processing citrus fruits like oranges, tangerines and lemons – it often gives moderate yield when juicing them. Softer fruits such as plums and mangos and certain hard veggies like cucumbers don’t do so well. A significant amount of juice is left in the pulp after extraction. 

You may have pulp in your juice when using this unit too because the strainer doesn’t effectively capture all the pulp. Greens like kales and spinach also do produce a lot of foam which ends up on top of the juice. The taste of the extracted juice is nonetheless very strong as the nutrients and vitamins get preserved during the process. 

Capacity

The provided juice container has a 26-ounce capacity which allows you to make 3 cups of juice at one time. It’s not convenient for bulk juicing but for regular home juicing, it will do fine. The pulp container has the same capacity too. Dealing with dripping after pouring the juice will likely be a problem since the juice outlet has no cap to prevent that from happening. 

The chute is also quite small, which means more prep work before you can start juicing. Most produce won’t fit through if they are not cut up into small pieces. 

Special Features

There are no special features incorporated in this unit other than the fact that it comes with a spare cone strainer which saves you from purchasing one should you need a replacement. 

Set up and Cleaning

The H3000D was simple to put together and take apart for a majority of users. The parts fit where they should with little to no problem. Cleaning it won’t be too difficult as well although the strainer requires some effort to scrub off all the pulp. The sleek black finish also easily attracts fingerprints but it takes just a little wiping to get rid of them.

Should you buy the Omega H3000D?

If you are on a budget and want to invest in an Omega juicer, this would be a good option to consider. It’s durable and capable of juicing a fairly decent variety of produce. It’s a juicer that we would also recommend if you are a beginner looking to start making fresh natural juice.

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