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The juicer has a motor that operates at low RPM - it does not create enough heat that would have a significant effect on the fruits and vegetables. As a result there is almost no oxidation, when compared to centrifugal juicers, which allows for producing juice without losing the natural taste, nutrients, and fiber. See More
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The juicer has a motor that operates at 80 RPM. It creates less foam, prevents clogging ,and heat build-up. As a result there is almost no oxidation, when compared to centrifugal juicers, which allows for producing juice without losing the natural taste, nutrients, and fiber. See More
Omega has horizontal auger which makes extracting juice from leafy greens such as spinach, wheatgrass, and kale an easy task. Ingredients are being crushed twice - in the initial crush, juice is extracted through the first mesh screen located at the bottom. The pulp is then passed through tighter space where it is squeezed the second time against a cylindrically shaped screen. It is more efficient than vertical single-stage auger juicers and will yield more with the same amount of produce. See More
This juicer doesn't handle soft fruit and vegetables (like pineapple, tomato, or any citrus) very well - their pulp can quickly clog up the mesh screen. The solution for this can be making mixed juices: for every piece of a soft fruit, you can add a hard one (for example, pineapple and carrot, tomato and celery), that way the hard fruit pushes soft pulp all the way through. See More
The Omega juicer has a motor that operates at 80 RPM - it squeezes ingredients with minimal oxidation, preserving natural taste & nutrients, which would be lost by high-speed centrifugal juicers that grind, crush, and heat the ingredients due to the fast-rotating blade. See More
Due to a slightly different auger and smaller chute when compared to some vertical low-speed juicers, it might take a longer time to extract juice from the ingredients. The ingredients have to be pre-cut due to the small chute and then pushed to make sure all the ingredients reach the auger. See More
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