"Omega's Juice Cube neatly fits inside itself for storage"
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CNET First Look
CNET First Look
Omega's Juice Cube neatly fits inside itself for storage
Check out the Omega Juice Cube.
This machine here may look like an ordinary big juicer, but it actually transform into a unassuming.
Cube right on your kitchen counter.
That means when you're not using it you can just tuck it into a corner on your kitchen counter.
And you don't have to really worry about it and it won't get in the way.
The machine is also a horizontal juicer and a slow juice.
That means it will slowly crush both leafy greens and berries and other fruit and vegetables without creating froth.
Or making them get hot.
It also have a very strong electric motor.
It is rated at two horsepower, so that should be able to crunch through pretty much anything you throw at it.
It costs $350, which is $50 more than the next competing Omega model, which actually handles everything just as well.
All that aside, this juicer didn't juice as well as other Omega juicers we've tested.
So if you're gonna juice oranges or other citrus products you're not gonna get as much juice as you would from a regular juicer but it's just a slight difference.
And when it comes to leafy vegetables it actually did very close to what the other juicers did.
So the Omega Juice Cube definitely is an interesting product.
It looks cool and it's compact and it certainly won't take a lot of space on your kitchen counter.
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