Omega 9000 Juicer - Stainless Steel Fruit and Vegetable Juicer
- Product Review (submitted on September 6, 2011):
The Omega 9000 juicer is a nice juicer.
I've had an Acme 6001 for years and it has served me well. When it was time for a new juicer, I bought the Breville since it was popular.
Big mistake! It was a good-looking juicer that didn't work.
The Omega 9000 produces very dry pulp and yields a lot of juice.
Now for the cons: carrots have a tendency to stick to the bottom and along the periphery of the basket which goes inside the bowl. It takes a long time to scrub off. A filter might help, but I never had that problem with the Acme and it was built in the 90's. If it wasn't for that design flaw, I'd give it another star.
One last thing. Make sure you process the fruit & vegetables in the right order. For some reason, if you put, maybe, cucumber and parsley first, before the carrot, the juicer will flip out and do a dance on the counter. I experienced the same thing with the Acme. Read up on processing.
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