Omega CJ1000A Electric Citrus Juicer

Last updated date: July 2, 2020

DWYM Score
8.3

Omega CJ1000A Electric Citrus Juicer

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Overall Take

In our analysis of 84 expert reviews, the Omega Omega CJ1000A Electric Citrus Juicer placed 14th when we looked at the top 16 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

Editor's Note July 15, 2020:
Checkout The Best Omega Juicers for a detailed review of all the top omega juicers.

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User Summarized Score
8.3
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From The Manufacturer

Automatic on/off to activate juicing–simply push halved citrus onto juicing cone. Juices directly into a serving pitcher reverse function ensures no juice iswasted. 4+ cup capacity with measurements on the pitcher.

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An Overview On Omega Juicers

According to Statista, the value of the global blender and juicers market in 2015 was $2.33 billion and is projected to be $3.32 billion in 2021. This makes sense as more and more people are discovering how important it is to eat healthy. If you find yourself unable to consume the recommended daily amount of fruits and vegetables during your meals, you can juice them instead. All you need is a quality juicer.

Omega specializes in juicers and has some of the best models on the market. As you shop, you’ll first want to consider size. If you live in a dorm or small apartment with limited counter space, you’ll want to go with a compact model, like the Omega CNC80S Compact Slow Speed Juicer. Compact models are also great for travelers who love to go on road trips in their RV.

If size isn’t an issue, you’ll want to look for a slow masticating Omega juicer, as the slower speeds reduce heat build-up and oxidation, which means you’ll retain more of your produce’s natural vitamins and nutrients. The Omega VSJ843QS Vertical Square Low-Speed Juicer is an excellent choice. It’s easy to use and has a handy no-drip juice tap. Once you’ve collected the juice, you can close the tap to keep the juicer from dripping on your countertop.

It’s also important to examine the juicer’s feed chute, as a smaller feed chute means more prep time. You’ll need to cut the produce to fit in the chute. The Omega MMV700S MegaMouth Low-Speed Juicer comes with an extra-large 3-inch wide feed chute that even accepts some whole fruits and vegetables. That means your prep time is significantly reduced and possibly even eliminated.

Check the juicer for any extra attachments or capabilities. For example, the Omega NC900HDC Slow Masticating Juicer comes with a nutrition center that allows the juicer to make nut butter, pureed baby food, fresh pasta and frozen desserts. It’s also capable of grinding coffee, mincing herbs and crushing garlic.

DWYM Fun Fact

Robert Leo founded Olympic Products back in 1985; however, he had the name changed to Omega Products Inc. just two years later. Beginning in 1988, the company began producing a line of juicers. The design of the juicers has continued to be improved upon over the last 35 years, and today, consumers have a wide range of Omega juicers with a host of modern features to choose from.

In addition to juicers, Omega Products Inc. also sells other household goods. These include wire shelving units, utility carts, wine racks, security cabinets and garment racks. The company has headquarters in both Pennsylvania and Florida and successfully sells its products to 120 countries across the globe.

The Omega Juicer Buying Guide

  • Before you use your juicer, you’ll need to take the time to prep your produce. Wash the produce and then remove any seeds, pits or thick peels. You can leave the skin of an apple on, but you’ll need to remove the skin of a kiwi and the peel on any citrus fruits.
  • Cut your produce small enough to fit in the Omega juicer’s feed chute. Some chutes are bigger and can handle larger chunks, while small chutes require fruit and veggies to be chopped quite small.
  • Keep in mind that while centrifugal juicers operate at a faster pace than slow juicers, they typically can’t handle leafy greens and fibrous vegetables.
  • If you need to keep the sugar content in your juice low, you’ll want to stick to recipes that use 80% vegetables and 20% fruits.
  • Since fresh juice loses nutrition via oxidation, you’ll want to consume the beverage as soon as possible after juicing. If you made extra, pour it in an airtight container and store it in the refrigerator. Try to consume the juice within 24 hours.
  • Should your juicer not come with an automatic cleaning function, you’ll want to take it apart and wash it soon after use. Some models come with a cleaning brush and some include parts that can be placed in a dishwasher. Make sure you read the product care guide before cleaning your juicer for the first time.
  • While high-quality juicers are known to cost a pretty penny, they are designed to last for many years. They’ll also save you over time, as you make your nutritious beverages at home instead of paying a health food store to make them for you. If your budget is limited, you’ll want to go with the Omega VSJ843QS Vertical Square Low-Speed Juicer. It’s the most basic and affordable model. You’ll pay a moderate price for the Omega NC900HDC Slow Masticating Juicer and the Omega CNC80S Compact Slow Speed Juicer, while the Omega MMV700S MegaMouth Low-Speed Juicer comes in with the highest price tag.