There is one thing that makes the Omega VRT350 heavy duty: the Ultem screen. This screen is 8 times stronger than basic plastic screen which breaks under heavy use. This model is basically a fortified version of the VRT330. The components on this juicer are exactly the same as the 330 except for the screen and the shiny colors.
The Omega VRT350 Juicer is great for serious daily juicers who enjoy produce variety in their juice. Its design includes a masticating single auger, and a low speed of 80 RPMs which reduces heat rise, oxidation, and retains those enzymes and nutrients that you look for in a healthy juice. These features will also help reduce the amount of froth in your yield. For a single auger juicer, it’s very efficient. It welcomes fruits and vegetables of all densities. It will even juice leafy greens without any hassle. Be prepared, however, to take the time to chop up and rip up because the feed on this juicer is very large, it measures 2.25” x 1.25”.This is not considered a multi-purpose juicer, so don’t expect to get nut butters, baby food or soy milk out of it (even though it is a slow speed juicer) – what you can expect is to juice at a high-yield and high-nutrition, which means more juice per produce, saving you money in the long run.
An alternative is the Green Star GSE-5000 Juice Extractor.
Here is a video review of the Omega VRT350 Juicer:
As far as looks go, the Omega VRT350 is a dressed up version of the 330 with its silver body and black accents, it matches a stainless steel kitchen much better than its white counterpart. It measures 15.83″ Tall x 9.84″ Long x 6.81″ Wide so it won’t take a huge amount of countertop space. Its assembly is simple, and that isn’t even the good news about its ease of cleaning. The VRT350 has an auto cleaning system for cleaning between produce, and an automatic swiping system to keep excess pulp from clogging up the screen.