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Omega H3000D Cold Press 365 Juicer (Black) EXPIRED

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Woot has Omega H3000D Cold Press 365 Juicer (Black) on sale for $79.99. Shipping is free w/ Amazon Prime, otherwise, a flat-rate $6 shipping fee will apply.

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  • Extracts the maximum amount of nutrients, vitamins, taste and juice from minimum amounts of celery, carrots, leafy greens and other fruits, vegetables, or wheatgrass. The juicing possibilities are endless!
  • Cold press juicing is one of the most effective ways to easily access nutritious enzymes and antioxidants that boost immunity and enhance overall health
  • The compact and sleek design of this juicer will not only save counter space but will also look great on your kitchen counter! The H3000D puts out less noise when juicing compared to high speed juicers and blenders. No more waking up the family early in the morning!
  • Masticating juicers like the Omega Cold Press 365 use a gentle combination of high power and low speed of 90-110 RPM, exposing the foods to less oxygen which preserves enzyme and nutrient strength and yields higher nutritional value overall
  • The slow juicing process gently presses ingredients minimizing heat buildup so the enzymes and antioxidants in the food are not destroyed.
Includes
  • (1) Omega H3000D Cold Press 365 Horizontal Juicer, Black
  • (1) Juicer Housing
  • (1) Juice Container
  • (1) Pulp Container
  • (1) Auger, Drum
  • (1) End Cap
  • (1) Fine Juicing Screen
  • (1) Coarse Juicing Screen
  • (1) Hopper, Brush
  • (1) Plunger

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  • Our research indicates that the Omega H3000D Cold Press 365 Juicer (Black) is $61 lower (43.26% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $141.
  • Shipping to Alaska, Hawaii, and PO Boxes is not available for this item
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  • This product has earned a 4.5/5 star rating w/ over 800+ customer reviews on Amazon
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HEALTHY AND DELICIOUS JUICES: Extracts the maximum amount of nutrients, vitamins, taste and juice from minimum amounts of celery, carrots, leafy greens and other fruits, vegetables, or wheatgrass. The juicing possibilities are endless!


BOOST YOUR IMMUNITY: Cold press juicing is one of the most effective ways to easily access nutritious enzymes and antioxidants that boost immunity and enhance overall health


DESIGN: The compact and sleek design of this juicer will not only save counter space but will also look great on your kitchen counter! The H3000D puts out less noise when juicing compared to high speed juicers and blenders. No more waking up the family early in the morning!


HIGHER NUTRITIONAL VALUE: Masticating juicers like the Omega Cold Press 365 use a gentle combination of high power and low speed of 90-110 RPM, exposing the foods to less oxygen which preserves enzyme and nutrient strength and yields higher nutritional value overall


NUTRITIONAL INTEGRITY: The slow juicing process gently presses ingredients minimizing heat buildup so the enzymes and antioxidants in the food are not destroyed.


EASY TO CLEAN + EASY TO USE: So simple to use and easy to clean that you can enjoy the benefits of juicing 365 days a year.


Shipping Note: Shipping to Alaska, Hawaii, P.O. Boxes, and APO addresses is not available for this item


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I have a Vitamix and a Breville juicer and honestly, I'm not a huge fan of juicing. It's mainly if you're having trouble digesting veggies and fruits and need something quick and easy to gulp down. You're much better off eating the veggies and fruits if that isn't a concern for you because your body needs the fiber to combat the sugar content of juicing. I find that a blender is much better to retain the nutrients and also get the fiber in your diet. If however you are looking for a smooth drink that a blender doesn't give you and wouldn't eat fruits and veggies in your diet, then yes, a juicer is a good option. Just be aware that juicing can be expensive and you still need fiber in your diet.

Beets juice is amazing on a juicer and I wouldn't normally have beets in my diet. You can also make a ton of alcoholic drinks that would taste amazing so that's a positive for a juicer as well.
It's a massive PITA, they look for any excuse to deny you, and iirc they make you pay return shipping.
If you buy it you better keep it.

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What is returning items like with woot? Is it as great as Amazon?
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If you can find a juicer that has an all stainless steel auger or all ceramic auger that's the way to go. Lots of reviews of the plastic augers breaking and chipping away with plastic bits is worrying.

Calmdo is one of few that has an all ceramic auger and I picked that up a week ago on Amazon and I've been pretty happy with it.
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Funny, Alton Brown was just using his Omega juicer on Quarantine Quitchen this Tuesday. Unlike him, just make sure you have your attachments setup properly.

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What is returning items like with woot? Is it as great as Amazon?
It's a massive PITA, they look for any excuse to deny you, and iirc they make you pay return shipping.
If you buy it you better keep it.
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If you can find a juicer that has an all stainless steel auger or all ceramic auger that's the way to go. Lots of reviews of the plastic augers breaking and chipping away with plastic bits is worrying.

Calmdo is one of few that has an all ceramic auger and I picked that up a week ago on Amazon and I've been pretty happy with it.
Yi. Repped.
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Quote from mickybluesb :
If you can find a juicer that has an all stainless steel auger or all ceramic auger that's the way to go. Lots of reviews of the plastic augers breaking and chipping away with plastic bits is worrying.

Calmdo is one of few that has an all ceramic auger and I picked that up a week ago on Amazon and I've been pretty happy with it.
never had that happen I juice daily
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What is returning items like with woot? Is it as great as Amazon?
It's too much of a pain for me to consider this deal. Woot is fine if you go in knowing your going to love it.
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I have a Vitamix and a Breville juicer and honestly, I'm not a huge fan of juicing. It's mainly if you're having trouble digesting veggies and fruits and need something quick and easy to gulp down. You're much better off eating the veggies and fruits if that isn't a concern for you because your body needs the fiber to combat the sugar content of juicing. I find that a blender is much better to retain the nutrients and also get the fiber in your diet. If however you are looking for a smooth drink that a blender doesn't give you and wouldn't eat fruits and veggies in your diet, then yes, a juicer is a good option. Just be aware that juicing can be expensive and you still need fiber in your diet.

Beets juice is amazing on a juicer and I wouldn't normally have beets in my diet. You can also make a ton of alcoholic drinks that would taste amazing so that's a positive for a juicer as well.
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Where's the George Foreman juicier when you need one?
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Quote from mickybluesb :
If you can find a juicer that has an all stainless steel auger or all ceramic auger that's the way to go. Lots of reviews of the plastic augers breaking and chipping away with plastic bits is worrying.

Calmdo is one of few that has an all ceramic auger and I picked that up a week ago on Amazon and I've been pretty happy with it.
Even Calmdo gets the same bad reviews as all the others. Even the ceramic auger juicers all get bad reviews. I can't find any juicer that does not have a good share of terrible reviews. If you know of any that do not please let me know! Thanks
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I have a Vitamix and a Breville juicer and honestly, I'm not a huge fan of juicing. It's mainly if you're having trouble digesting veggies and fruits and need something quick and easy to gulp down. You're much better off eating the veggies and fruits if that isn't a concern for you because your body needs the fiber to combat the sugar content of juicing. I find that a blender is much better to retain the nutrients and also get the fiber in your diet. If however you are looking for a smooth drink that a blender doesn't give you and wouldn't eat fruits and veggies in your diet, then yes, a juicer is a good option. Just be aware that juicing can be expensive and you still need fiber in your diet.

Beets juice is amazing on a juicer and I wouldn't normally have beets in my diet. You can also make a ton of alcoholic drinks that would taste amazing so that's a positive for a juicer as well.
Glycemic spike from fructose is overblown. You're not going to eat 2 pomegranates straight everyday, but you could definitely drink them. The polyphenols are all in the juice from the arils. The anti cancer, heart protecting, immunity boosting properties have nothing to do with the fiber.

I really wish people properly understood sugar. People will blindly eat a 340 calorie "fat bomb" then go on tangents about how evil sugar is, completely ignoring both the functional and nutritional advantage of fruits and carbohydrates
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It's a massive PITA, they look for any excuse to deny you, and iirc they make you pay return shipping.
If you buy it you better keep it.
I have only ever had one issue with some chocolates I ordered. When I contacted them they just refunded me, not sure if this will be the same for all products.
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Glycemic spike from fructose is overblown. You're not going to eat 2 pomegranates straight everyday, but you could definitely drink them. The polyphenols are all in the juice from the arils. The anti cancer, heart protecting, immunity boosting properties have nothing to do with the fiber.

I really wish people properly understood sugar. People will blindly eat a 340 calorie "fat bomb" then go on tangents about how evil sugar is, completely ignoring both the functional and nutritional advantage of fruits and carbohydrates
Lol, that's totally not correct but I'll let you decide for yourself. Juicing is not a substitute for fruits and vegetables.
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