Champion 4000 Juicer vs Omega NC800 Juicing Leafy Greens Review Comparison

Alright, this is John Kohler with ‘DiscountJuicerscom’

Today, we have another exciting episode for you and what we’re going to do today is compare two juicers head to head in one of my famous juice off comparisons, to share with you guys what juicer will perform better when juicing a certain produce item So, first what I want to do is actually introduce you guys to both these machines: Over on this side we have the ‘Omega NC800’ this is the fifth generation of the ‘horizontal single auger’ design, this is the latest upgraded design that Omega has come out with, and in my opinion it’s the best model if you’re looking for a ‘horizontal single auger’ machine Although they have a lot of other models of ‘horizontal single augers’ the Omega NC800 is my favorite because of some of the unique features it has that the other models don’t Over on this side we have the ‘Champion 4000’ juicer this is the all new ‘Champion’ juicer just released in 2016 The reason why I like the ‘Champion’ is because this thing is built like a tank and it is made in America which is a rare thing for a juicer company these days, most juicer companies make their machines overseas these days

But, Champion is made in the USA and it’s true that every juicer has their pros and cons and I can’t just say, “Oh buy this one or buy this one, it’s always the best,” because in some cases it isn’t actually And so what I want to do in this episode is share with you guys, how each of these machines work, how they’re the same, how they’re different, and most importantly how it performs when juicing equal amounts of Romaine lettuce later in this video So, without further ado I want to get into basically explaining how these machines work and how they’re different, some of the confusion about terminology with the juicers and without further ado let’s get right into it So, the ‘Champion’ juicer is what is known as a masticating juicer, it’s a true masticating juicer and in my opinion it’s the only masticating juicer in the market at this time that I’m aware of Many other style juicers like slow juicers, many people may call them masticating but in my opinion those aren’t masticating, those are slow juicers or press style machines which in my opinion are actually superior to a masticating unit

So, when you’re calling you juicer a masticating unit and you’re a slow juicer, you’re selling yourself short in my opinion And let me g ahead and explain how a masticating differs from a slow juicer, right now So the ‘Champion’ is an original masticating and to show you guys how this works, let me go ahead and take it apart here Basically the part of a masticating juicer is the grinding teeth, masticate means to chew and only the champion juicer has these special stainless steel teeth on here that actually grind up and chew the produce up into small fibrous bits So, unlike the original ‘Champion’ the new 4000 model has a smaller set of teeth where it actually grinds and once its ground up, then the pulp is then pushed down this single auger, where then the pulp is squeezed out and the juice is squeezed out through the screen here –alright here and there's actually lots of screen area on this screen

So, this screen area may mean you’re going to get a higher yield, what it also does mean is it’s also going to take you longer to clean So, that’s pretty cool, now the thing is with the ‘Champion’ it runs at 1725 rpm that’s 1700 rpms so that’s fairly fast and based on the research and data I’ve seen in general the higher the rpms of the juicer the more oxidative damage it can do to the juice, and some juicer companies unfortunately incorrectly say, “High speeds –specifically injection juicers that run at a high speed- heat the juice up,” and in my tests that’s not actually true On another episode demonstrating how high speed –specifically- injection juicers do not actually not heat the juice up, actually a ‘single auger’ juicer will heat it up more, but that’s and inconsequential difference because it’s not heating it up substantially That being said, the masticating juicer in my experience is a juicer that will heat the juice up more than any other style machine on the market that I’ve come across and this is especially a big problem when you have an older ‘Champion’ and you’ve been using it a lot or you buy it second hand and use, and the teeth are worn out When you get dull teeth, there's more friction, more grinding, and more heat generated

I remember a long time ago I put my hand the ‘Champion’ chamber and it’d be warm to the touch Now, is this going to really damage enzymes because it’s so high heat? Well, if it doesn’t get above 118 degrees its likely going to effect the enzymes, and in my opinion the heat is not a major significant factor to the degradation of the juice; a more important factor in my opinion is the oxidative done by the high rpm of the juice, not necessarily the heat, and so that this is big misinformation going around in the juicing community So, this is the auger that is for juicing standard fruits and vegetables in the ‘Champion’, also for doing the homogenizing and making the nut butters, the frozen banana sorbets, and I’ll just stop there for a second The ‘Champion’ in my opinion and based on all the juicers I’ve tested is the best machine to make the frozen fruit sorbets and the nut butters, because it grinds at a higher speed, it interdicts some air when making the sorbet, so you really come out with a fluffy, frozen banana ice cream, which is a 100% frozen bananas or other frozen fruits So, that’s why I really like the ‘Champion’ and that’s this auger

Now, the ‘Champion 4000’ comes with a second auger, it’s a green auger So, the difference between the green auger and the black auger is that green auger, it actually has no grinding teeth So, this one basically you put the produce in and it basically just gets crushed and squeezed and then the juice comes through the holes of the screen Actually this is pretty much similar to the ‘Omega NC800’ now the main difference is the one design of the auger number one; and number two that this one once again is running at 1725 rpms which is significantly faster the 80 rpms over on the ‘NC800’ Another thing I like about the ‘Champion’ is actually the nice large feed shoot, the feed shoot size there is about two-and-quarter inches on the top and then it kinds of funnels down to about a good solid two inches, so that’s a nice large feed shoot to feed things in

Aside from the feed shoot you get a little pusher, the pusher to me looks a little chancy, and you know we’ll show you guys the pusher on the ‘Omega’, a little bit more heavy duty I like that’s its solid, this one’s a little bit thinner And then the motor body, oh that’s a heavy motor body You could do weightlifting with this, you could use this as a kettle bell, probably like pushing 25 pounds A solid motor and I do like this a lot ,really powerful motor, probably not going to wear out on you, if I had to like stake my life on a motor –one of the motors on one of these machines, I would actually put my money on the ‘Champion’ motor to be more durable than the motor on the ‘NC800’ just cause it is significantly heavier, it also runs at a faster rpm

Now, next I want to talk about the warranty: The warranty on the ‘Champion 4000’ is 5 years on the whole entire unit and this is a good decent warranty and it’s backed up by ‘Champion’ that’s been in business making juicers in the US for over 60 years now, so that’s actually quite impressive In general I mean the ‘Champions’ are known for their dependability and people hand down their Champion’s to their grandkids and this kind of stuff and there's still ‘Champions’ from the 1940s-50s that you could find on ‘Craigslist’ these days and they’re still running and operating and going to be interested to see if these juicers in like another 40-50 years will still be operating and be selling on ‘Craigslist’ I’m looking forward to that But, none the less I’m highly confident this champion will be around for many years to come, cause its totally built like a tank So, now I’m going to show you guys how to assemble the ‘Champion 4000’ juicer, first step is you’re going to go ahead and take your main body housing here, you’re going to get your screen and this also comes with a blank plate that’s not shown –that is basically used for homogenizing or making the nut butters and frozen fruit sorbets and grinding- you’re going to insert this with the hole side up and that’s going to go all the way down in there, make sure it’s always seated and it pops out a little bit

Then you’re going to take the outlet adjusting knob –this is a none adjustable outlet adjusting knob- and it’s the job of this outlet adjusting knob that’s goes in and you turn it to basically keep some back pressure on the pulp, so it doesn’t let it out to quickly, so, it can a further running out of juiced Next, you’re going to go ahead and select your auger, so today we’re going to be juicing green so we’re using the greens auger –this is also the auger you would use for wheat grass– if you were going to be juicing standard fruits and vegetables –you know carrots and apples and things you’d use this auger- The thing that I do want to mention is that you do need to remember to lube up your shaft before use when using the ‘Champion’ juicer, so I like to put some coconut oil on the shaft, otherwise your auger may get stuck on the shaft which is not a good thing Put that all the way back in and next you’re going to go ahead and take your body and put it on there and then turn it, locks it in place, super simple, super easy Last step is you’re going to want to put this part which is the deflector –so the pulp because it is running at 1725 comes out pretty fast and it’s actually going to shoot across the room- if you don’t have a pulp deflector- so you got to put that on there

My one comment about the pulp deflector is that I do wish it fit a little bit more snuggly on the ‘Champion’ it seems to fit a bit loose and come off sometimes, so I wish it was a bit tighter Then finally you have the pusher in there that you have to push the produce in, and we will not be using the black auger today Over on the NC800 a little bit different, once again you got your pusher there and then you got an outlet adjusting knob on the NC800 and this one actually has numbers from 0 to 5 So, this allows you to keep maximum back pressure at 5 and the least back pressure at 1, and at 0 it actually just comes apart So I like that this adjustable, I do recommend you guys always keep this on 5 if you’re juicing you know leafy greens, vegetables, and vegetables and fruits; and if you’re juicing fruits that's when you may need to crank it down to like a 1 or possibly remove it when juicing

This one needs no deflector like the ‘Champion’ because the pup comes out at 80rpms and comes at a slow dribble, so I like that a lot Next we got the screen, so the screen area on the NC800 is much less than the ‘Champions’ so this means it’s going to be easier for you guys to clean but it also may mean you’re going to get less yield And we’ll be testing this out in a little bit, and the –oh see look that piece popped off- But the ‘Omega NC800’ is a two stage single auger horizontal juicer, it runs at 80 revolutions per minute so it’s much slower than the 1725 and two stages means: Upon the initial produce that you put in that’s gets crushed, juice is squeezed out, it comes out stage one right here on the collection bowl and then as the pulp moves down the auger right here –which I actually want to show you guys and compare these augers As the pulp moves down the augers it basically gets pressed into smaller and smaller space, and you guys can see that this auger is specially designed, it’s kind of like thin here and gets wider here and then you get the pressing area here and this is mainly the part where it grinds

And the ‘Champions’ auger is pretty much just a standard design auger, it looks like one those augers on the –I don’t know- 1960s wheatgrass juicers, they’re pretty basic auger design doesn’t look like anything special So you know the company that makes the ‘Omega NC800’ Omega has been making these horizontal juicers for –I don’t know- 30 years now and this is the latest design to maximize the yield and they’ve definitely done their homework on this Finally we got the body on the NC800 and this is basically it and as you guys can see looking at the feed shoot sizes, the Champion’s is circular and the NC800’s kind of like –more like a stadium, like a football stadium size and it’s definitely smaller; I don’t know what percentage smaller so this may mean you’re going to have to cut some of the produce up and little bit smaller to fit in We’re going to go ahead and show you guys how to assemble the NC800: Put it to close and then we’re just going to go ahead and insert the auger One of the things I like about the NC800 is that you don’t have to lube up your shaft before you use it like on the ‘Champions’, that can be a drag in my opinion

Let’s see, assemble this guy back real quick And now with the ‘NC800’ after you got the auger in then you’re just going to take the screen, this part of the screen goes down –and I do want to note on the NC800 they have a little plastic piece here that actually keeps some back pressure on the produce in addition to the outlet adjusting knob that I already showed you guys- the first stage screen always gets pointed down and just slides right in, then finally you’re going to put the end cap housing on So, to me the ‘Omega NC800’ is a bit easier to assemble than the ‘Champion’ it’s like more straightforward, I wanted to say that So, the ‘Omega NC800’ to pick up, significantly lighter than the ‘Champion’ I really got to struggle to pick up the ‘Champion’ The NC800 and 900 which is identical to the 800 just chrome color instead of silver, significantly lighter

Now, this machine has a full 15 year warranty backed up by Omega that I believes been in business for over 40 or 50 years now, and they’re a US company started and founded here in the USA But this machine is made in Korea, none of Omega’s machines are made any more in the USA, they’re all made in overseas But that being said they do stand behind their machines with a 15 year warranty and all my customers that have purchased an Omega juicer has always gotten warranty service on their machine if they had problems And I can’t say that if you buy your machine from other companies You know, that’s one of the reasons why I encourage you guys to support me and buy your juicer at ‘DiscountJuicers

com’ If you enjoyed this video, if you’re learning from it, you know please help me out by making your purchase at ‘DiscountJuicerscom’ so that I can continue to make these videos plus when you buy from ‘DiscountJuicers’ you got me on your side as your liaison between you and the manufacturer if you’re not getting satisfied If you buy your juicer from some other place, I’m not going to be on your side to help you out because you didn’t buy the juicer from me We do have a price match policy, we’ll price match any other authorized retailer of the same machine and also if you stay tuned to the end of this video, I actually mention a way you can get some special discounts as one of my YouTube viewers

But, basically the companies want to make sure that my customers are satisfied because they know I have a reputation in the industry for selling juicers and that I can make videos explaining, if my customers need taking care of or not, to let you guys know how it is with all the different companies and to date all the companies that I represent have always taken care of my customers on legitimate warranty claims Another pro or con –depending on how you want to look at it- is the ‘horizontal single auger’ juicers have been known to break a screen here or there and this can be a common occurrence with some ‘horizontal single auger juicers’ such as some of the ‘Omega’ juicers that are out there, especially with the ‘Omega 8000’ series of horizontal juicers, that I see high incidents of screen breakage and I don’t necessarily see that level of screen breakage on the ‘Omega NC800’ The reason for this in my belief is because this a newly reinforced screen with additional plastic moldings here and along the bottom, around the front here it’s a little bit thicker and beefed up over the original ‘8000’ series design Not to say that you won’t break the screen buts its far less likely on the ‘Omega NC800’ than the other ones, that being said it is still potential problem On the ‘Champion’ I’ve never had anybody break a ‘Champion’ original screen or the new ‘4000’ model we haven’t sold too many ‘4000’ models, but I can’t see how really there’d be so much pressure or back pressure on this screen for it to break

Because you’re putting the produce in and it’s kicked out immediately The problem with the back pressure on the ‘Omega NC800’ is because when you put the produce in, there's always produce sitting inside the machine getting rung out, and pressure builds up and it’s this caps job to let it out, if its set at too strong a setting like a 5 it should be letting the pulp out you know, that’s when it could be having a failure That’s why if you set it to a lower setting, you’re less likely to be breaking your screen and the only thing that you’re going to be risking is lower yield, because all the pulp is not getting fully dry But, yea I think that’s the synopsis of how these two guys work The ‘Omega NC800’ also comes with a blank plate to do the homogenizing and make your own nut butters, as I said before it’s not going to do as well as the ‘Champion’ because the ‘Champion’ does put some air in there and fluffs it up, the ‘Omega NC800’ doesn’t which means you’re going to have a more hard packed frozen fruit sorbet that doesn’t melt as much as quickly, it means your nut butter are not going to congeal and stick together as well and you’re going to have to keep re-feeding it and a number of times to get it fully ground down

I mean of course the benefit –the flipside to this is that you’re oxygenating your ice cream, your nut butters, or more importantly your juices less in the ‘Omega NC800’ than the ‘Champion 4000’ So last thing I’d like to mention is the BPA status on both these machines: So the ‘Champion’ is being sold as BPA free, it also comes with a BPA free plastic collection cup to collect the juice and then you need to provide your own bowl to capture the pulp that comes out of it Over on the ‘Omega NC800’, Omega does not advertise on the box or in its marketing literature that is BPA free, although I have heard from the higher ups at Omega that it does not contain BPA I also have seen testing from Omega that states the juice made with the ‘altum auger’ does not have BPA residues in there and the anti-inhibitor comes with a BPA free collection cup for your juice as well as a collection cup for your pulp So, without further ado what I want to actually get into is the juice off comparison, because now that you know how these juicers are similar, how they’re different, let’s see how it works in the real world

So, now we’re all set and ready to juice in the ‘Champion 4000’ and the ‘Omega NC800’ and what we have today is 50 ounces total of Romaine lettuce And the reason why I chose Romaine lettuce today is because I know for a lot of you guys, it’s important to juice your leafy green vegetables Leafy green vegetables are the most nutritious foods on the entire planet, things like –whether that’s kale, collard greens, bok Choy, spinach, Swiss chard, arugula, or even dark green romaine lettuce, leafy greens are some of the best foods you guys should be eating in your diet and the fact of the matter is most Americans simply do not eat enough leafy greens in their diet and the secret is, when you juice the leafy greens you can literally fit a pound of leafy greens through the juicer and it’s going to make scant one cup of juice That’s only 8 ounces, you could add some apples or carrots or some pineapple in there, it’s going to make it taste good, so now you guys can get the benefits of the leafy greens without having to eat them This is especially important for some you guys that don’t like your vegetables and for other of you guys that like your greens; yes it’s definitely important to eat your greens and be very –make very sure that you’re chewing your greens properly, every mouthful of greens you put in your mouth should be a mush before you swallow it

Because if you take two chews and swallow, guess what? You’re not going to get the nutrition out of the leafy greens because all the nutrition are liked in the cell walls of the leafy greens and ‘J Courage formerly known as the Juice Band’ taught me, its’ the juice of the fiber that feeds you Because it’s really these nutrients, the vitamins and minerals, phytochemicals, both discovered and undiscovered that really heal and feed our body And this is some of the most important nutrition that people are not getting, because they’re not chewing well enough but when you use a juicer such as the ‘Omega NC800’ or the ‘Champion 4000’ it basically does the chewing for you, it breaks it up, it ejects the fiber, gives you the juice and you could have much higher assimilation and digestion of the nutrients from the juice than eating the whole produce alone, especially when you’re not chewing it properly Fiber is important and I know you guys are saying, “John but you’re getting rid of the fiber when you juice it man,” okay, so you’re getting rid of some of the fiber There's two kinds of fiber, there's soluble and insoluble fiber, you get rid of the insoluble fiber when you’re juicing cause that’s what comes out the pulp catch bin

But, all the soluble fiber –that means dissolves in water- you’re still going to get all that So for example in carrots, for example there's approximately 50% soluble fiber so even if you juice the carrots, you’re still getting about roughly half the fiber and same with leafy greens Every different produce item is different and as much as I like to juice I don’t just live on a juice diet, I juice for maybe one meal a day and then I eat a nice big salad at night, get plenty of fiber and then I eat a nice fruit meal in the day, or make a fruit smoothie and get plenty more fiber there So, I’m getting plenty of fiber in my diet and of course most Americans are not getting enough fiber in their diet If you’re still eating things like soda and dairy products, milk and cheese and yogurt and meat, they don’t have any fiber; so even a juice has more fiber than milk –fresh made juice that you make at home

So don’t talk to me about eating fiber, not to say that we should not eat fiber, but you know, there's a place for juicing Juicing in my opinion is the part of a healthy diet, because you can maximize the nutrition in the leafy green vegetables that can be hard to digest, hard to absorb, especially if you’re not chewing properly If you think about it, our bodies are no more or less than a juice extractor, think about it, when we can chew –take this lettuce, chew it up, chew it into a mush and then one side of us comes the pulp –that’s our back end- and the front end comes the juice, but the juice when it comes out of us –or our urine- it’s clear; that’s because our bodies has pulled out the nutrition and all the nutrients and its keeping it inside us, for us to use, for us to store in our skin cells and to store in every cell of our body to be antioxidant protection form things like the sun and stressors and disease So, that’s why I really like to juice, anyway without further ado –I’m talking a lot- lets go ahead and get into the weigh in to make sure we have a fair fight So now for the weigh in, let’s go ahead and take a look here, on the ‘Omega NC800’ side, 5 heads of lettuce and looks like we got a total of 25 ounces of lettuce

Over to the ‘Champion 4000’ side once again 5 heads of the lettuce and once again we have 25 ounces of lettuce, so this makes that an even fight So, now that you saw we have equal amounts of lettuce for both sides, we’re going to go ahead and get rid of scales and move these to the side and we’re going to go ahead and get juicing, Now, what I’ll be doing for you guys today is actually using a stop watch, so you guys could actually see how long it takes me to juice in each machine What I think I’ll do first is actually I’m going to maybe juice in the ‘Omega NC800’ let me move the produce over here out of the way, so could actually see the juicer as its working Sat that up right there so you guys can see it and before I get into the juice off and start the counter, I do want to let you guys know about the noise level Cause that may be important for some of you guys, in general the higher the speed of the machine the louder it’s going to be; turning on the ‘Omega NC800’ you hear a nice motor hum but it’s fairly quiet

Over on the ‘Champion 4000’ turn it on, it’s about fairly quiet, it’s a really smooth running motor although its running at a higher rpm and it’s going to change a little bit once we start putting produce through the machine Let’s see here I think I’m going to use a common collection bowl for both machines so I can save clean I think we got this set to 5, I think we’re all ready to juice in the ‘Omega NC800’ so let’s go ahead and hit start and we’re going to go ahead and get juicing Now, if I was juicing different items I would encourage your guys to rotate the different items that you’re putting in We’re just juicing all leaves today in the ‘Omega NC800’ in my testing in the past has been one of the best juicers to get the highest yield out of leafy greens

I’m basically putting one or two leaves in at a time, and as you guys can see, we’re already getting some green juice out, we’re going to have to use the pusher cause the leaves are quite soft And now what I think I’m going to do for you guys is just basically fast forward this at high speed, so you guys don’t have to see me sit here and push all the produce in and talk your ear off for the next 5 minutes or so while this is juicing Aright let’s see, we got this and then put this in and lets go ahead and hit the high speed baby Alright, we’re down to our last head of lettuce in the ‘Omega NC800’ it’s been going fairly well, always in the ‘Omega NC800’ there's always a little bit of pulp that’s actually kind of not getting sucked in the auger This can be rectified if you’re juicing like carrots and leafy greens, you can put a little bit of carrot in after the leafy greens and sort of works significantly better

When you’re doing a 100% leafy greens, there's always going to be a little bit of pulp that kind of like comes back up and it doesn’t get sucked in –looks like I actually got it all sucked in at this point, so that’s good And this is completely normal on the ‘Omega NC800’ so don’t be alarmed To get the juice out of the last bit of pulp that didn’t come out, you’re going to want to take some of your pulp that came out and actually feed it back through I’m not going to do it in this juice off because would distort my results, or my yield results But, that would be the technique I would normally use

Now one of the things that’s really nice about both these machines is that once you’re done, you get all your pulp, you could actually feed the pulp back through the machine, to get a further extraction and further yields on these machines, but on the ‘NC800’ it might work a little better and you know, if you do feed the pulp back through you may have a loosen up your adjustment on there Alright, let’s go ahead and put this last bit of lettuce in there, last head going in; now I’m putting in the core part of the lettuce last because that’s going to help grab onto all the leaves that are stuck and suck that through So that worked very well, so I don’t have a lot of extra gunk stuck up in the auger; and looks like it’s been pushed through fairly well and also when you’re done juicing in the ‘Omega NC800’ because it is a slow juicer, you’re going to want to let it run a bit more until like the pulp stops coming out and it stops dripping; I mean we could be sitting here forever letting it drip Think I’ll go ahead and turn this off and take a look at our time, so our time it looks like it took us 5 minutes and 45 seconds approximately and I was blabbing a little bit So, yea over 5 minutes

Let’s go ahead and hit the reset and next up lets go ahead and see how long it takes to juice in the ‘Champion’ I expect it’s going to be faster because it has a larger feed shoot and actually runs significantly quicker Let’s go ahead and move over to this side, move this out of the way for you guys and move this over to this side Alright, so we’re already to get started here, lets go ahead and hit the start and let’s get juicing Alright, so on the ‘Champion’ I’m basically just going to go ahead and break this in half, and let’s see, we can almost shove the whole thing in there all at once and we will have to use the pusher here

A little bit difficult to press in because this is the auger and not the grinder on here Alright so as you guys can see the juice is instantly coming up and its ground out the greens Once again this is the greens auger, this is designed for juicing wheat grass and leafy greens in the ‘Champion’ and that’s why I’m testing it today because I hope ‘Champion’ did their RND, I hope they actually have an NC800 and many other juicers in their lab to see how their juicer compared to other juicers in the market and hopefully they made a superior juicer in America that actually makes more yield then ‘Omega NC800’ that’d be wonderful Or ‘Champions’ just kind of putting out a new machine to kind of like sell more juicers even though it’s not as efficient as it could be Once again I want to remind you guys every juicer has its pros and cons, anyway lets go ahead and do high speed for you, save you guys a little bit of time and get me juiced instead of blabbing

Alright, so looks like we’re down to the last few pieces of lettuce here on the ‘Champion’ it’s actually gone significantly faster than the ‘Omega NC800’ just about out here Now that does concern me you know, cause the ‘Omega’ actually has more blade contact time or auger contact time to really extract more juice because the ‘Champion’ sends it through relatively quick style, I’m not sure that its getting the maximum yield out of these greens even though this is especially designed greens attachment So let’s go ahead and stop this, alright stop So that took 3 minutes and 51 seconds or 45 seconds, so this actually took 2 minutes less than the ‘Omega NC800’ So if you don’t have a lot of time, you want to just get through your stuff and juice it and cram it through and be done: Guess what, the ‘Champion’ might be your machine

Took a minute less for sure Alright lets go ahead and –first I want to show you guys actually the pulp that was created in both machines before I show you guys the yields This is actually quite telling, you guys can see the close-up on there Look at that, over in this side is the ‘Omega NC800’ pulp, over on this side is the ‘Champion’ pulp Look at the ‘Omega NC800’ pulp, it’s like really dark green and the pulp on the ‘Champion’ is a lot more kind of like white colored

Maybe this is because it’s not pulling out as much nutrition or breaking it down as much In addition there's actually significantly less pulp on the ‘NC800’ side than the ‘Champions’ side Is that because this pulp is like ground out and it’s like rung out, so it’s even drier? Let’s go ahead and check here, so once again these are the two pulps, we’re going to go ahead and grab a nice handful of the ‘NC800’ pulp in my hand Alright, we’re going to go ahead and squeeze that for you guys, and look at that alright yea we got some juice dripping out of that; it’s not fully dry but if you run this back through a second time it’s probably get it drier Now for the ‘Champions 4000’ side, grab a bunch of pulp and we’ll squeeze this

Look at that there's like a waterfall of juice still in the pulp So what does this mean to me? This means to me that the ‘Champion’ is not as effective as the ‘Omega NC800’ on the leafy greens Of course the final test is to test the yield, so let me go ahead and get some measuring cups out so we can show you guys the strained yield in both machines Alright so now I’m back, I got two Pyrex measuring cups here and they measure up to 2 cups total and we got the juice both here and what I’m going to do is actually strain out the juice, just for you guys Because if the juicer puts more pulp in the juice than it’s not going to be a fair fight, because the volume may be infected due to the pulp

So over on the ‘Champions’ side we’re going to go ahead and carefully pour this in our cup here and I am seeing that it is catching some pulp and that's all the juice it made We’re going to go ahead and let that sit in there and strain out for you guys Over on the ‘Omega NC800s’ side we’re going to go ahead and put the strainer over our measuring cup and we’re going to go ahead and pour this juice into the measuring cup very carefully So it does look like to me the ‘Omega NC800’ actually did make more pulp in the juice than the ‘Champion’ did for sure But also as it looks to you guys I’m still pouring and it looks like it has made significantly more juice

Wow, like significantly more juice than the ‘Champion 4000’ I mean I really hate to make juicers look bad, but I mean this is the test that I did in front of you guys showing you guys what happened and I mean and American made product in 2016 producing a scant amount of juice compared to like an imported product, you know that’s really dialed into like, ‘Hey, what's more efficient, Japanese cars, Korean cars, or American cars these days?” I think Korean and Japanese cars get way better mileage over all as their entire fleet than the US and I think that’s dismal, I think we should be able to do it better in the US Alright so now I want to share with you guys pulp generated from both machines there, this is still dripping a little bit

Alright but there you go, the ‘Champion made less pulp, the ‘Omega NC800’ made more pulp in the juice, but that being said the ‘Omega NC800’ made significantly more yield So, let me go ahead and do a close up for you guys, to show you guys the yield on both machines Let’s go ahead and give you guys a close up on the yields, over on the ‘Champion 4000’ side 2016 juicer here, looks like we got just under 150 milliliters of juice there, so that’s not so much juice, in general a pound of produce will equal about 8 ounces of juice so that definitely falls short And then look at that over on the ‘Omega NC800’ this juicer dominated and this juicer made almost 450 milliliters of juice just shy under it and the ‘Champion’ made 150 milliliters of juice So, the ‘Omega Nc800’ made literally three-times more green juice

So as you guys just saw the ‘Omega NC800’ dominated the over ‘Champion’ when juicing Romaine leaf lettuce The other thing that I wanted you guys to notice or that you guys saw when I did a comparison between these two, is that the juice on the ‘Omega NC800’ was a lot more darker green and as was the pulp This is because I believe the ‘Omega NC800’ was more efficient at literally crushing and ripping open the fibrous cell walls and extracting some of that rich chlorophyll pigments and nutrition in the juice where the juice in the ‘Champion’ kind of just went in there and kind of just crushed it and squeezed out the juice, much like if you take an orange and you squeeze it in your hand and you get the orange water, where as you know, you take a orange, you peel of the coloring –the orange color- you keep all the white pit, you put in the machine and you really get a richer deeper juice So yea that’s my assessment on that Next I want to go ahead and try the juices, we’re going to go ahead and try the ‘Champion’ juice first here

Man, tastes like lettuce juice I mean it taste better than kale juice but it’s still pretty strong Alright, let’s go ahead and taste the ‘NC800’ juice here: I mean it still tastes like lettuce juice but I do have to say for some reason like the juice on the ‘Champion’ side is a little bit more bitter and I don’t really know exactly what that’s about The juice on the ‘NC800’ side seems a little bit sweeter to me, not as sweet as apple juice -mind you- but to me this is a more agreeable flavor if you could say that about 100% lettuce juice So, now I’m going to go ahead and declare the winner of this juice off comparison test and we’re going to have to declare the winner clearly the ‘Omega NC800’ juicer Not only did it make three times more juice the ‘Champion 4000’ juicer, not only did it have three-times warranty of 15 years versus the 5 years on the ‘Champion’ juicer

It made a higher quality juice, now it did take two minutes longer to juice but is two minutes longer to juice worth three-times more juice? Well to me I got a little bit more time than money, so yes it is Each one of these juicers have their pros and cons, if you’re hell-bent on driving the American car that has crappy gas mileage and hell-bent on buying an American made juicer, which I think is great that gets 1/3rd less the juice, hey that’s up to you guys You know I truly wish that the whole industry, whatever company comes out with a juicer: Champion, Omega, Tribest, whoever it is they always try to improve and make their juicers better and I think it’s really sad that Champion came out with their new 2016 model juicer with their special greens attachment –which is designed to juice greens- and it made a really piss poor yield in my opinion and this is why I also don’t recommend somebody that already owns a Champion to buy the greens attachment for their current Champion because in my experience it’s still not going to yield as much as a dedicated ‘single auger’ juicer such as the ‘Omega NC800’ and the ‘Omega NC800’ is one of the top juicers for juicing leafy greens on the market at this time If you guys enjoyed this video, hey I would encourage you guys to make your juicer purchase at ‘DiscountJuicerscom’ this allows me to continue to make all the educational videos I make on YouTube to educate you guys about the juicers, about how to grow your own food and you should be eating some of the best foods on the planet that are fruits and vegetables

So I thank you guys that are going to make your purchase at ‘DiscountJuicers’ and I thank all you guys that have made your juicer purchases in the past, so I can continue my important work of spreading the message of fruits and vegetables Also if you liked this video, hey please be sure to give me a thumbs up to let me know, this will encourage me to make some more video comparisons with similar juicers in the future, also be sure to share this video with somebody you think is considering a new ‘Champion’ to let them know how it really works Also be sure to check my past videos, I have over 450 videos on this YouTube channel, comparing and contrasting and explaining all the different juicers to you, so you guys can know how they work and be an empowered consumer instead of just like getting all the marketing fluff from the different companies I actually put these juicers to work and show you guys what actually happens and finally, be sure to click that subscribe button right down below Don’t miss out on any of my upcoming episodes you never know what juicers I’ll be comparing, what blenders I’ll be comparing, what dehydrators I’ll be comparing, or what juicing tips I’ll be sharing with you guys

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