Omega Juicer Reviews – Best Omega Juicers

Omega Juicer Reviews

Omega has firmly become known as one of the better juicer manufacturers of the year. Zozanga has happily reviewed almost half a dozen Omega juicer models and provided our unbiased opinion on all of them. While Omega isn’t better known for producing high build quality models, we have found that the majority of Omega juicer models are more than capable of excelling in a typical consumer home kitchen environment. While we wouldn’t advise being a one-trick pony and being adamant on choosing Omega for your next Juicer, we have collated a list of our Omega juicer reviews to help you identify which of their models we think offers the best bang for your buck.

As with everything in life, we would strongly recommend comparing Omega with many of the other brands we have reviewed, such as Breville and Omega to see just how they stack up against the competition. While Omega do indeed offer great value for money, there are comparable models from the other brands that sit within the same price range, and more often than not, these models have a different set of features, speeds and power capability which may just suit you better.

Our Omega Juicer Reviews – Find The Best Omega Juicer For You

 Omega J8004 Review

Omega J8004

4.8 out of 5

The Omega J8004 is firmly rated as our favorite Omega juicer model. Boasting extreme power capabilities, and being rated as a firm consumer favorite among numerous e-Retailers, we find that the Omega J8004 offers everything a home-chef needs to make delicious juice everyday. It is affordable, powerful and delivers consistently smooth juice time and time again – a firm Omega favorite of ours, scoring a rating of 4.8 / 5.

 Omega NC800 Review

Omega NC800

4.7 out of 5

The Omega NC800 is a firm consumer favorite, offering a variety of different features, speeds and capabilities. Scoring a rather impressive 4.7 out of 5 in our independent juicer reviews, the Omega NC800 is more than capable of delivering excellence in both a home and commercial setting. In terms of value for money, the Omega NC800 is a tad on the expensive side, but we feel this is more than warranted considering the feature set.

 Omega J8003 Review

Omega J8003

4.6 out of 5

The Omega J8003 most definitely isn’t the most modern looking Omega juicer on the market. However, what it lacks in appearances, it more than makes up in capability. We identified a few negatives with the Omega J8003, but nothing major. On the plus side, the Omega J8003 delivered consistently smooth green juice in our tests, and the flavor was comparable to that of a commercial/industrial model. The Omega J8003 is a firm favorite of ours.

 Omega J8006 Review

Omega J8006

4.6 out of 5

The Omega J8006 is often regarded as Omega’s “flagship” model; setting and paving the way for future generations of juicers. However, we find it hard to stand by this methodology when other Omega J8006 models exist on the market at the moment. Perhaps a few years back, the Omega J8006 would of been regarded as the best. Nowadays, the Omega J8006 sits nicely in a rather overcrowded juicer market – and it does deliver excellent value for money.

 Omega J8005 Review

Omega J8005

4.5 out of 5

The Omega J8005 unfortunately falls in last place in terms of our top five. It lacks the build quality of other Omega models, and doesn’t deliver as consistent juice. We tried numerous different fruits and vegetables with the Omega J8005, and found it to just be lacking both power and quality. The juice extraction wasn’t up to scratch; and we can’t help but think that this is one of Omega’s worse models of the generation.