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Best Omega Juicer Reviews 2023

Best Omega Juicer Reviews

If you know anything about juicers, chances are, you will have heard of Omega.

It’s safe to say that the manufacturers behind Omega’s products know their stuff, as they’ve been producing top-quality juicers for more than three decades now.

You’ve probably heard lots about Omega’s products in your online research, as Omega is one of the top juicer manufacturers in America – but that doesn’t mean you’ll find it easy to determine which, if any, is for you.

In this guide, I’ll be reviewing some of Omega’s most popular juicers and discussing what makes each of them unique. I’ll also share the features you should consider when deciding if any of these juicers suit your needs.

๐Ÿฅ‡ Best Omega Juicers

  • J8006HDS Nutrition Center Juicer
  • VSJ843QS Vertical Slow Masticating Juicer
  • MM900HDS Masticating Juicer
  • CUBE300S Juice Cube and Nutrition System
  • C20C Citrus Juicer
Omega J8006HDS Nutrition Center Juicer
Omega Nutrition Center Juicer
Type: Horizontal
Speed: 80 RPMs
Warranty: 15 years
Dimensions: 14.5 x 6.5 x 15.5 inches
Omega VSJ843QS Vertical Slow Masticating Juicer
Omega VSJ843QS Vertical Slow Masticating Juicer
Type: Vertical
Speed: 43 RPM
Warranty: 15 years
Dimensions: 15.51 x 6.97 x 15.47 inches
Omega MM900HDS Masticating Juicer
Omega MM900HDS Masticating Juicer
Type: Horizontal masticating
Speed: 80 RPMs
Warranty: 15 years
Dimensions: 14.5 x 6.5 x 15.5 inches
JCUBE500 Cold Press 365 Masticating Slow Juicer
JCUBE500 Cold Press 365 Masticating Slow Juicer
Type: Horizontal masticating
Speed: 80 RPMs
Warranty: 15 years
Dimensions: 10.24 x 10.44 x 10.24 inches
C20C Citrus Juicer
C20C Citrus Juicer
Type: Centrifugal
Speed: 1800 RPMs
Warranty: 15 years
Dimensions: 10 x 10 x 15.75 inches

โญ Reviews โ€“ Omega’s Best Juicers in 2023

Omega J8006HDS Nutrition Center Juicer

Omega J800HDS Nutrition Center Juicer

If you’re looking for a juicer that stands above the rest, the best Omega juicer for slow juicing is the J8006 HDS.

This dual-stage masticating juicer operates at a top speed of 80 RPMS, minimizing oxidation and heat build-up, and enabling extraction of the maximum amount of nutrients per cup.

You’re not limited to what you can juice in this machine, which is capable of processing pretty much anything – from leafy greens to carrots, wheatgrass, berries and ginger.

And that’s not all – the Omega Nutrition Center boasts the added benefit of being fully multi-purpose, with a food processor function that lets you grind spices and coffee, mince herbs, extrude pasta, make nut butters and soy milk, and even try your hand at making frozen desserts.

First and foremost, though, this Omega dual-stage juicer is intended for the best juicing experience you could hope for, producing an impressively dry pulp.

Its automatic pulp ejection function means you can juice at a constant rate without having to stop to remove pulp yourself, and its quiet operation makes it suitable for using night and day.

A standout feature of the Omega J8006 HDS juicer, best for versatility, is its adjustable end cap. This is what makes this dual-stage masticating juicer ideal for juicing a variety of fruits and vegetables – there are 5 settings you can choose between depending on what you’re juicing, ensuring the maximum juice yield from every ingredient you send into the machine.

With a chute size of 1.5 inches, the Omega J8006 HDS does require a bit of extra prep work to chop vegetables and fruits into a size that will fit.

There’s certainly nothing to complain about with this dual-stage Omega juicer’s 15-year warranty, however, which is the best you’ll find anywhere.

๐Ÿ‘ What I Like

  • 15-year warranty
  • Adjustable end cap
  • Automatic pulp ejection

๐Ÿ‘Ž What I Don’t Like

  • Not the best for juicing soft fruits & veggies
  • No certainty on whether the plastic is BPA-free
  • Chute isn’t very wide

Omega VSJ843QS Vertical Slow Masticating Juicer

Omega VSJ843QS Vertical Slow Masticating Juicer

As the best Omega juicer for vertical slow masticating, the Omega VSJ843QS offers an efficient performance with a high-quality, high juice yield.

It features a dual-edge auger with a tighter fit tolerance, which helps to strain a high quantity of smooth, easy-to-digest juice. This juicer boasts Omega’s highest 15-year warranty, which covers parts and performance – and you won’t find that with any other juicer brand.

A feature that makes the VSJ843QS both easy to use and clean is the no-drip juice tap, which you can close during juicing to effectively combine juices for a more consistent flavor throughout. You can also close the juice tap once you’ve finished juicing and fill the juice bowl with warm water, giving the whole system a rinse before cleaning.

With its unique vertical design, this Omega juicer is more compact than Omega’s horizontal models, making it more suited for small kitchens with limited space. The gravity-favoring design of this juicer also makes it more efficient at juicing, and you don’t need to push ingredients down the chute.

The Omega VSJ843QS is one of the slowest offerings by Omega, operating at around 43 RPM. This reduces heat buildup and delays oxidation, gently squeezing vegetables and fruits to keep their enzymes intact.

You can use this machine to juice everything from leafy greens to fruits and veggies and wheatgrass – and you can even make your own nut milk. With an automatic pulp ejection, you can juice continuously with no need for manual intervention.

It’s easy to disassemble and clean this juicer, and all removable parts are dishwasher safe, reducing cleanup on your behalf.

๐Ÿ‘ What I Like

  • Efficient vertical design
  • Easy to clean
  • 15-year warranty

๐Ÿ‘Ž What I Don’t Like

  • Not ideal for large, dense produce
  • Fibrous ingredients may cause blockages

Omega MM900HDS Masticating Juicer

Omega MM900HDS Masticating Juicer

If you want to effectively juice celery, the best Omega juicer for the job is the MM900HDS.

This juicer has two adjustable end caps: one that’s designed to juice celery – so, for obvious reasons, don’t use it for anything else – and one that’s designed for processing all other fruits and veggies.

It comes with Omega’s industry-leading long warranty of 15 years.

Operating at a low speed of 80 RPM, this masticating juicer produces minimal heat build-up and oxidation, extracting the maximum amount of juice from all produce. Despite celery being one of the more difficult ingredients to juice, this masticating juicer handles it well, producing a dry pulp every time.

Omega recommends keeping celery stalks at full length when you feed them into the chute, which is rare – most masticating juicers require you to chop it into tiny pieces as, being a fibrous veggie, it can often get jammed in the auger. But with this masticating juicer having a mode that’s specifically intended for celery, you can save prep time with a reduced chance of clogging or blocking.

The MM900HDS has a quiet, strong motor with a gear reduction equivalent of 2 HP motor, so it’s well-designed to see you through years of juicing with no issues. It’s easy to use this masticating juicer thanks to its extra-large feeding tube, and it’s easy to clean, too with dishwasher-safe parts.

With its stainless steel design, the MM900HDS complements most kitchen appliances, with a performance you won’t find for the price elsewhere.

๐Ÿ‘ What I Like

  • Specifically designed for celery
  • Omega juicer reviewers agree that this unit is one of the best for fibrous vegetables
  • Easy to clean, stainless steel design

๐Ÿ‘Ž What I Don’t Like

  • Leaves some pulp in the juice
  • Screen gets clogged quickly
  • Takes a while to produce much juice

JCUBE500 Cold Press 365 Masticating Slow Juicer

JCUBE500 Cold Press 365 Masticating Slow Juicer

One of the best portable juicers on the market today is the Omega JCUBE500 Juice Cube. This slow masticating juicer has a plastic and stainless steel design, and comes with Omega’s best-value 15-year warranty.

Being a masticating juicer, the JCUBE500 has a powerful motor and works at a slow speed of 80 RPM to squeeze every drop of juice out of produce, from leafy greens and wheatgrass to thick, dense carrots and beets.

With a square footprint, this juicer Omega is designed to take up limited counterspace. When it’s not in use, it’s easy to pack it away, too – simply slot all the removable parts into designated spaces inside the machine for clutter-free storage.

While the main purpose of the JCUBE500 slow-speed juicer, best for travel, is to produce high-quality juices with a very dry pulp, it’s versatile enough to act as a food processor, handling the job of making frozen desserts, nut butters and baby food. You can also use this juicer Omega to extrude pasta and soy milk, and even grind herbs and coffee.

It takes just minutes to clean this juicer, as it’s easy to take apart for a fast clean up time. You need to make sure you cut your produce up small, especially hard fruits, to keep the machine running nicely, as the feed tube isn’t the widest you’ll come across.

๐Ÿ‘ What I Like

  • 80 RPM speed squeezes every drop of juice from produce
  • Best compact vertical juicer
  • One of the top picks for storage & saving space

๐Ÿ‘Ž What I Don’t Like

  • Omega juicer reviews mention the need to chop up produce beforehand
  • Not as thorough as some masticating juicers
  • Plastic components

C20C Citrus Juicer

Omega C20C Citrus Juicer

If you love the idea of having easy access to fresh, tasty citrus juices on the go, Omega’s C20C citrus juicer is for you.

t’s higher in price than manual citrus juicers, but is much more efficient and easy to use. This product has three different sized cones depending on the size of the citrus fruit you’re using, and operates at 1800 RPM, removing the juice from citrus within seconds.

Using commercial-grade materials, the Omega C20C provides continuous processing for convenience. It’s really easy to assemble and disassemble this model, with very few parts, and you can take it apart and clean it with minimal fuss.

The cast aluminum housing, surgical stainless steel bowl and pulp strainer provide everything you need in a durable citrus juicer. The splash guard is on hand to make sure minimal mess is produced, and the non-slip feet keep the unit in place during juicing.

There’s no need to put effort into citrus juicing with the C20C, as this model does all the hard work for you. Of course, you can only use this unit for citrus, so if you’re after a more versatile juicer, you may find a better option for the price you pay.

But if you’re just looking to extract the highest amount of nutrients from oranges, lemons, and limes, the C20C is the top option for you.

๐Ÿ‘ What I Like

  • Durable, commercial-grade materials
  • Extracts a high amount of nutrients
  • Top citrus processing option for saving time and effort

๐Ÿ‘Ž What I Don’t Like

  • Fairly high price for one function
  • Can only be used for citrus

๐Ÿงพ Omega Juicer Buyer’s Guide

No matter what your reasons for juicing – health benefits, access to refreshing beverages on a hot day, sneaking fruits and vegetables into the mouths of your children – Omega offers an option for everyone. But when there are so many to choose from, how do you know which juicer is for you?

It helps to understand the benefits of each type of juicer offered by Omega, which will make it easier to see how a product may or may not be in line with your needs. I’ve covered the Omega juicer reviews – and in this section of my guide, I’ll be discussing the types of juicers that Omega offers and the considerations to make when buying an Omega product.

๐Ÿ”  Types of Juicers Omega Offers

Low Speed Vertical Juicers

Low speed juicers, otherwise known as slow juicers, masticating juicers or cold-press juicers, are designed to process produce more thoroughly, squeezing the maximum juice yield out of everything from leafy green vegetables to carrots, beets, apples and berries.

Omega’s low speed vertical masticating juicer machines are considered the brand’s top offerings for a number of reasons: first off, they’re space-saving, with a smaller footprint; and secondly, they provide a gravity-favoring juicing process that prevents time-wasting or the need to manually push fruits and vegetables into the machine.

Low Speed Horizontal Juicers

Omega’s low speed horizontal juicers work at the same slow speed (around 40 to 80 RPM) as vertical juicers. What makes them unique is that they’re wider than they are tall, which makes them better suited for storing in low cupboards. This does, however, mean that they take up more side space.

Something else to keep in mind is that Omega’s horizontal juicers have a feed tube that enters the machine from the side, rather than from above, which means you’ll need to push fruits and vegetables down the chute and into the machine using the included pusher. This isn’t considered a major issue for most people.

Low Speed Celery Juicers

Omega’s low speed celery juicer offering is designed to efficiently process this difficult vegetable, which, being a stringy, fibrous veggie, is considered one of the most nightmare ingredients to juice.

While most masticating juicers may jam frequently when celery becomes tangled in the gears, Omega’s low speed celery juicers are much better equipped to prevent this from happening – but if it does, their reverse features allow you to send the blades spinning in the opposite direction, freeing up the blockage instantly.

Low Speed Cube Juicers

Omega’s low speed cube juicers have a unique cube-shaped design that takes up minimal side space and allows them to be transported on-the-go easily. They’re intended to work at a slow and steady pace to extract maximum juice yield, and can also be used for non-juicing purposes, such as making baby food and nut butter.

When you’re using this type of juicer, you attach the pulp cup and produce basket to the side of the machine, and the feed chute to the top. When you’re storing your machine away or taking it on your travels, you can slot the pulp cup, produce basket and feed chute into specially-designed spaces inside the machine,

High Speed Centrifuge Juicers

If you’d rather get the job done fast, Omega’s high speed centrifuge juicers are for you. They’re best suited for people who don’t have the time to wait for a slow juicer, or have a smaller budget to work with. Omega’s centrifuge juicers take a matter of seconds to process fruits and vegetables, producing a cup of juice almost immediately.

These juicers have a processing speed of more than 3,000 RPM. While they’re an efficient solution for juicing both soft and thick fruits and veggies, from berries to beets to carrots, they tend not to be the best option for fibrous veggies like kale, spinach and other leafy greens.

Citrus Juicers

Finally, the citrus juicers offered by Omega provide a simple, automatic means of processing citrus fruits, and are a handy step-up from manual citrus juicers.

To use this type of juicer, you simply chop a citrus fruit in half and press it against the juice extractor. It’ll remove the whole of the juice and pulp in a matter of seconds, catching the pulp in a container and sending the juice into a cup. Omega’s citrus juicers are suitable for extracting the maximum juice yield from citrus fruits only.

๐Ÿ’ญ Considerations for Buying an Omega Juicer

Intended Use

What do you plan to juice in your juicer? And how often do you expect to take it out of your kitchen cupboard? Consider both of these questions carefully when deciding on an Omega juicer for you.

Considering Omega offers juicers for specific purposes – see the section above for more info – it makes sense that if you just want access to a glass of fresh OJ every morning, for example, you opt for one of Omega’s citrus juicer offerings.

If your juicing needs are varied, or you want to experiment with multiple fruits and veggies to find your favorite combinations, opting for one of Omega’s centrifugal or masticating juicers is the best option. Whether you prefer the idea of a high-speed, less efficient juicer or a low-speed, more efficient juicer is something to consider when deciding between these two.

Functions Needed

First and foremost, if you’re buying a juicer, you want it to be able to make juice. All of Omega’s juicers are capable of this, obviously, but they don’t all operate with the same features and functions.

Omega’s centrifugal juicers, for instance, have a high-speed, fast-chopping function that separates juice from pulp as quickly as possible. The Omega masticating juicers, on the other hand, use a grinding, pressing function that slowly squeezes juice from the toughest of produce. Consider the fruits and veggies you plan to juice, and which machine is better suited to your needs.

You may also be looking for additional non-juicing functions, in which case, look for an Omega juicer that has a more versatile operation, and can make nut butter and baby food as well as it can a healthful fruit juice. There are plenty of Omega juicers that are capable of these additional functions, so you won’t have to look far to find what you’re after.

Juice Quality & Yield

While all of the best Omega juicers on this list are designed for producing a high yield of top-quality juice, not all of them are equal.

The masticating Omega juicers work at a slow speed that introduces minimal heat or oxygen to juice during processing, which prevents the loss of nutrients and ensures quality stays at its maximum. They also give produce a longer contact time with the auger before the pulp is discarded, which results in a higher juice yield.

Omega’s centrifugal juicers, on the other hand, work at a much faster pace, introducing more heat and oxygen during the juice processing process and discarding the pulp before the maximum amount of juice can be squeezed out. This can affect the quality and amount of juice that is produced, but this only tends to be a problem for die-hard juicing fans who have been juicing for years and are keen to get the best value for money.

Feed Chute Size

The larger the feed chute, the less prep work you’ll need to do in advance. Not all of the best Omega juicers come with a large feed chute, so you need to decide, before making a purchase, whether you’ll have the time and energy to chop your produce before juicing. A feed chute of 3 inches or wider is considered large enough to fit whole fruits and veggies.

Processing Speed Adjustment

Some of the Omega juicers available today have a processing speed adjustment function that lets you adjust the speed to best suit the produce you’re juicing. This is especially common with Omega’s centrifugal juicers, which work best at super-high speeds for processing thick, dense vegetables and fruits, and have a lower speed setting for processing soft fruits like berries.

Most of Omega’s masticating juicers only have a single operating speed, as they’re designed to process a broad range of produce with equal thoroughness and efficiency.

Reverse Function

If you buy a slow juicer from Omega, it’ll most likely include a reverse function button. It’s common for stringy, fibrous veggies like leafy greens to get caught in a masticating juicer’s blades and prevent them from turning properly. Reverse function handily allows you to spin the blades in the opposite direction, detangling the problem produce without the need for manual intervention.

Ease of Cleaning

Not all of the best Omega juicers are super easy to clean. Some come with more parts than others – and the more parts you have, the longer the cleaning process will take. However, most of Omega’s products are dishwasher-safe, which is ideal if you don’t want the hassle of having to wash each separate part yourself. Check reviews to learn how customers found the cleanup process.

Safety Features

With Omega being one of the top juicer brands in the US, you can rest assured that safety is something this manufacturer doesn’t take lightly. All Omega juicers meet federal and state laws for safety and restricted substances.

In terms of safety of operation, Omega juicers have safety latch arms to prevent them from being switched on until they’re properly latched in place. There’s no information on whether all of Omega’s juicers are designed to prevent overheating, so it’s best to look for this on a per-juicer basis when deciding between products.


Omega’s juicers are consistently ahead of the pack, so you can guarantee that the manufacturer’s more expensive offerings come with all the accessories and features you could need. Accessories for easy processing and cleaning, from juice caps to cleaning brushes, are widely available with Omega juicer machines. Pay a little extra for an Omega juicer and you’ll also enjoy accessories for making baby food, nut butter, dips, sauces, and more.

Noise Output

The volume of your Omega juicer in action depends on what type of juicer you go for. A more powerful motor, such as those found in centrifugal juicers, operates at a higher volume (around 65 decibels). Omega’s masticating juicers make less of a roar and more of a low hum when they’re switched on, and won’t disturb your neighbors with their volume. Again, it may be easier to look for reviews to learn how quiet or loud most customers find a juicer to be.

Omega’s Epic Warranty

Omega’s warranties are the best you will get from any juicer manufacturer – there’s no debate about it. The majority of Omega juicers, including the manufacturer’s cube juicers, vertical and horizontal slow speed juicers, and high-speed centrifuge juicers, come with either a 10-year warranty or a 15-year warranty.

You need to register your product online to be eligible for the warranty, so add that to your to-do list as soon as you make a purchase.


With such high warranties, you can pretty much guarantee that, providing you care for them properly, Omega juicers are built to last.

Some parts are more prone to wear and tear than others, such as the auger and the juicing screen, but (as long as it’s not due to improper use) Omega will replace broken parts for free under the warranty’s terms.

This is another feature that you should find plenty of talk about in customer reviews, so check them out if you want an idea of a machine’s actual durability.

โ” Frequently Asked Questions

How do I assemble an Omega juicer?

Though they’re all slightly different in design, assembly of a typical Omega juicer is relatively straightforward. You’ll usually need to assemble the drum, mesh screen and auger first, then fit them onto the body of the machine and slot the removable attachments in place. Follow your user manual or how-to videos online if you’re unsure.

Which Omega juicer is the top choice for leafy greens?

Any of Omega’s masticating juicers will do a top job at juicing leafy greens. Omega’s centrifugal juicers aren’t ideal for this job as they process produce too quickly, and you’ll find that they spit out your leafy greens without squeezing out much juice at all.

Can I juice frozen produce in an Omega juicer?

Yes, but it’s recommended that you let produce thaw slightly to prevent it from damaging the juicer. Check out Omega juicer reviews for more information.

Can I make smoothies in Omega juicers?

No. A smoothie is made from blending whole fruits and vegetables, without removing the pulp. Juices, with the pulp removed, are easier to drink and have a smoother texture. Because they contain no fiber, juices are more concentrated with nutrients per cup than smoothies. You can’t make a smoothie in any juicer.

Can I store juices made in an Omega juicer?

Omega recommends that you drink your juice immediately after juicing to get the most nutrients. But if you need to store the juice made in an Omega juicer, it’s best to do so in an airtight container in your fridge. Be sure to use it within 42 hours of your purchase.

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