Omega NC800 HDS 5th Generation Nutrition Center Juicer, Silver

Omega’s Nutrition Centers are “masticating-style” juice extracts and more. A masticating juicer juices at low speeds of 80 RPM minimizing heat build-up and oxidation. The auger system forces produce into a tight chamber, grinding and pressing the food to squeeze out the juice from items as fine as wheatgrass and leafy vegetables. With a Nutrition

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Omega’s Nutrition Centers are “masticating-style” juice extracts and more. A masticating juicer juices at low speeds of 80 RPM minimizing heat build-up and oxidation. The auger system forces produce into a tight chamber, grinding and pressing the food to squeeze out the juice from items as fine as wheatgrass and leafy vegetables. With a Nutrition Center you can also make all-natural nut butters, baby food, soy milk, almond milk and a variety of healthy snacks. Includes 6 nozzles and 2 Juicing screens.

Product Features

  • Masticating juicer silver
  • Low speed juicing system, 80 RPM rotation speed
  • Exclusive “Dual Stage” masticating extraction
  • 5 Adjustable settings for maximum juice output
  • Continuous juicing with automatic pulp ejection

Comments

Kurt Reno "Kurt Reno" says:

Best juicer I’ve used. By far. Although I didn’t get this juicer from Amazon, thought I’d add a review since I like the product so much. Have to say though, there are much better prices elsewhere.I’m fairly new to juicing, but the Omega NC800 was the forth juicer I went through in a pretty short period of time. I started with the Breville Slow Juicer (bought from Amazon) and after two of those that leaked all over the base after nearly every juicing, I switched to the Hurom Slow Juicer from Costco. It was better, but the top seemed pretty flimsy, carrots would cause it to bulge and I just didn’t think it would last very long. It only has a 1 year warranty and is a lot more expensive than this one or the Breville. So, those three went back.Then I found a You Tube video by the guy from Discount Juicers where he was unboxing the new Omega NC800. Lots of very informative videos showing how they work, etc… I thought I’d give it a try even though I knew I wouldn’t have the same return freedom…

JR says:

Great Juicer I think this is a great juicer, especially for the price (I paid 319 total). If you do a little youtube searching, you will find where to order it from. Look for John K. I don’t know him, but he’s been instrumental in helping me get better at juicing and in picking the right juicer for me. I’m a total convert, and though I don’t often write reviews, juicing is something I’m passionate enough about to share my experiences:Juicers I’ve owned:Omega VRT 350 HD, Breville Juice Fountain, Green Star Elite (currently have along with the NC 800)The Omega VRT was the first juicer I bought, and I really enjoyed it. From the research I did, I decided to spend a little more and get a quality juicer. The yield seemed good, the pulp dry, and it easily juiced the carrots, apples, and spinach that were my primary staples of juicing at the time. I didn’t think the clean up was too bad, but of course, I didn’t know better. My big complaint at the time was how much…

Bohemian Bon Vivant "Bohemian Bon Vivant" says:

The One to Get: Improves on the Omega J8003, 4, 5, 6 Series I saw these in a trade show video prior to their actually going on sale. This model (NC800 and NC900) are the new and improved versions of the 8000 series juicers from Omega (J8003, J8004, J8005, J8006).The “5 Adjustable settings for maximum juice output” is the biggest improvement over the 8000, as this type of juicer was always better at extracting juice from leafy greens and wheat grass than vertical juicers like the Hurom, Kuvings, Breville, and Omega VRT350HD and VRT400, but this revision also helps the horizontal auger-type machines get maximum juice out of things like carrots and hard fruits (the 8000 series does them, but not as well as this newer model, and not as well as the Omega VRT350HD and VRT400).This is a better choice for an all-in-one juicer, even though there are still dedicated juicers that do wheat grass slightly better (but who wants to have to buy another juicer just for wheat grass unless you’re a business or make a lot of it)…

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