The Omega j8004 is among the best juicers on the market, and can provide lots of health benefits to users at a low price, while offering several other interesting features.
In this Omega J8004 review, you will learn how to use the machine, how it looks and feels, the pros and cons of key features, and how to make sure that your juicer lasts past its 15-year warranty.
You’ll also get answers to common questions from customers shopping for juicers, and learn about the way that its functioning contributes to even more health benefits than other products like it.
Juicing is widely known as an excellent way to get necessary nutrients from fruits and vegetables in an easy-to-absorb way. Raw fruits and vegetables offer many more health benefits than their cooked counterparts, and the high water content in these foods allows them to pass on nutrients through juicing.
It’s an easy, fun, and effective way to stay healthy! This juicer also has several other functions, such as mincing vegetables, making pasta, grinding nut butter, and even making baby food!
Assembly is very easy. Make sure you haven’t plugged in the juicer yet when assembling or switching out components for different uses. To put the juicer together, first attach the funnel and “drum” (the white L-shaped part) to the “housing” (base) unit. Then, insert the auger (screw-like component), juicing screen, and the end cap. You’re ready to go!
Plug in the machine, turn it on, and slowly feed your fruits and vegetables into the funnel (make sure you’ve attached the collection bowl so that something’s there to catch your juice!). You’ll notice that this juice doesn’t have foam on top. Keep in mind, this model is a cold press juicer, which means it maximizes available nutrients in your produce for the best possible product.
Once assembled, you’ll note that the juicer is slim at about a 7” width, but reaches almost 16” and 15”, respectively, for length and height. The small size and versatile features combined make this tool a size-effective choice for your kitchen. At 15 pounds, you’ll easily be able to move it from any shelf to your countertop for use.
• For those south of the equator, the juicer is usable, but will run counter-clockwise instead of clockwise to extract juice.
• The later 8006 model is more expensive, and has a chrome coating over its plastic body. Most reviewers said there aren’t any other significant differences between the two.
• This juicer is also easy to disassemble and can be quickly hand-washed. As noted above, many components are also dishwasher-safe, for even easier and disinfecting.
• You can use any kind of leafy green in this juicer, including wheatgrass.