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Omega Sana juicer review


Read our review of the Omega Sana EUJ 707 juicer – a slow but steady machine which chomps through everything from rough greens to hard carrot. 

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Omega Sana EUJ 707 juicer

Pros: safe to clean, multiple capabilities
Cons: small feeder chute, heavy
Star rating: 3/5

Available from: 
Amazon (£369)
UK Juicers (£369)

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The Omega Sana EUJ is an intuitive juicer to assemble, with an arm that locks tightly into the main body. 
This machine is all about control. A rocker switch offers two options (on or reverse), and proceeds to chomp away at ingredients at a low RPM to produce a steady stream of juice from pulp. 

It's quiet – as a masticating corkscrew there’s none of the high speed drama of a centrifugal juicer. It took its time and produced impressively smooth juice from apples, kale, ginger and carrots.
When it comes to practicality of use, it has quite a narrow feeder chute. We chopped all the ingredients into small chunks to allow them to travel unhindered down towards the screw mechanism. 

Apple fitted best in quarters and although carrots were thin enough to be dropped in whole, we found they went through easier if cut into smaller chunks. If you’re looking for maximum juice output for minimum effort, this isn’t the machine for you.
Juice is released from a spout at the bottom which allows the liquid to run naturally into the jug. It’s handy to keep a cloth or kitchen roll beneath this when decanting juice from the jug. 
Two containers come with the machine, a stainless steel one for catching the mulch and a glass measuring jug for the juice. 
Despite some basic design flaws, the Omega Sana is a multi-purpose machine with attachments to transform it into a homogeniser, pasta maker and mincer. It's a relatively expensive option but its versatility makes it worth considering.

Star ratings 
Functionality: 2.5/5
Juice quality: 3.5/5
Ease of cleaning: 3.5/5
Ease of storage: 3/5
Additional features: 2/5
Overall rating: 4/5 

Available from: 
Amazon (£369)
UK Juicers (£369)

Item weight: 6kg
Product dimensions: 42 x 18 x 32 cm
Power/wattage: 200 watts
Auto shutoff: No

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