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Omega comes with NC800 5th generation nutrition center electric juicer which had been a popular choice because of some unique features. When you are talking about a juicer which can fulfill your food’s nutritional value and quality service then this juicer is here for you.
This juicer is not only good at juicing fruits and veggies but also good for making baby foods. Two different silver and red color options are there. To know about its heavy duty construction and many more features, here is Omega NC800 review.
Features of Omega NC800 HDS Nutrition Center
Slow Speed Juicing
This juicer comes with only 80 RPM motor. For slow operation, it doesn’t create any foam or rises up the temperature. As a result, the juice maintains its original flavor and taste. Another huge advantage of slow operation is it helps to extract the maximum amount of juice from the fruits and veggies.
Dual Stage Extraction
For maximum juice extraction, this juicer uses dual stage extraction system. Therefore, the juicer is more efficient than most of the other juicers in the market.
For an effective juicing pulp ejection is a must process. The NC800 machine uses automatic pulp ejection system. As a result, it is the best juicer for continuous juicing.
Shape and Design
NC800 comes with a very compact size. This NC800 has color options of red and silver. Even if you like to have a taste of chrome color in your juicer, you can have it in NC900HDC. All two have a dimension of 14.5 x 6.5 x 15.5 inches. Consequently, they come with a mind-blowing design that will create an appeal in almost everyone’s mind.
The feed chute of NC800 has been increased in size compared to other models. This is also a bonus. It came across the customers who complained about the narrow feed chute of the juicer. So the user doesn’t have to cut the fruits into small pieces to fit into the juicer. Furthermore, for keeping yourself upgraded with the latest products, you may try NC900HDC.
- Wider feeding chute that helps the fruits to easily fit in the juicer
- Slow 80 RPM motor that minimizes the oxidation
- Five adjustable settings that help to precision juice extraction
- The juicer can process wide varieties of produce
- Automatic pulp juicing system and it helps to continuous juicing
- Also can do non-juicing functions like food processor, homogenizer, noodles maker etc
- The parts of the juice maker that comes in contact with the juice are BPA free
- Masticating juice makers are slower than centrifugal juicers but it can help to preserve the accurate taste
- Creates some problem working with hard fruits.
Best Suited For
Nc800 and nc900hdc both of them are suitable for making baby foods. There is no other juice maker compared to these products while talking about making juices.
These two products can be used for making barley from wheat. Both of them are capable of making butter from peanuts.
Not So Great For
This juicer has some lacking when you want to juice faster. Because of having slow motors but powerful, you can get the best juice in exchange for some time. But other sides of this have nothing to complain about.
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
Q: What does the 5th Generation mean?
A: This means the latest feature versions used in the machine.
Q: What is the right pulp adjustment for this?
A: Green leafy vegetables, carrots and beets and green smith apples it's 5, others are 1-2.
Q: What is the reason for being NC800 cheaper than NC900HDC?
A: NC900 comes with the ‘chrome’ color and stainless, NC800 is not like this. This is the reason for being cheaper of NC800.
Finally, in this Omega NC800 review, you can have a clear idea about its features and other qualities. Omega NC800 juicer is cheaper. But if you allow yourself to spend a little bit more money, you can get this Omega NC900HDC which comes with stainless ‘chrome’. Additionally, Omega NC900HDC juicer offers you with 6th Generation technology. You can get a closer look of them here (NC800) and here (Omega NC900HDC).