Did Omega hit a home run with the Omega VRT350 Heavy Duty Dual-Stage Vertical Single Auger Low Speed Juicer? Let’s take an in depth look at the Omega VRT350 and check out all the features.
Slow Auger Juicer And Vertical?
This new design by Omega is a hit. The Omega VRT350 combines the benefits of a masticating juicer with the efficiency of a vertical juicer. This juicer is smaller in design than the other Omega juicers. It will fit nicely on your kitchen counter top with enough space left over for other kitchen appliances.
How’s the cleanup on the vertical design?
The Omega VRT350 Heavy Duty Dual-Stage Vertical Single Auger Low Speed Juicer has a auto-cleaning system that is easy to use. The auto clean will also save you time.
What about wheat grass?
Do you like to juice wheat grass? If so, the Omega VRT350 is for you. You can produce high amounts of wheat grass with and the pulp will be very dry. Also the low RPM’s, around 80 RPM’s, will give you the most nutritional juice that you can get.
Any Bad Juicer Reviews?
There are a few bad juicer reviews floating around on this one. A number of consumers have reported the the pulp ejection gets clogged during juicing. They also mention that the clogs create a lot of foam during juicing. The clogging also causes a lot of chunks to get by the filter and into the juice.
Any Good Juicer Reviews?
The good juicer reviews outnumber the bad ones. Most users report that clean up is very easy. They also like the space saving design. Most consumers report that it does save them time and energy with the juicing process. Most if not all of the juicer reviews I have read are from users who have owned multiple juicers before they purchased a Omega VRT350 Heavy Duty Dual-Stage Vertical Single Auger Low Speed Juicer.
What do we think about the Omega VRT350 Heavy Duty Dual-Stage Vertical Single Auger Low Speed Juicer?
After reading a lot of juicer reviews on this model, we find that it is a great juicer. I am slightly concerned about the all of the reviews that mention the clogging of the pulp when it ejects. Overall, we still rate this a buy. We do think that you should check out all the Omega juicers before you settle on this one.