Omega VRT350HD VS Omega VRT400HDS
I’ve said this before, and I’ll say it again: I wish Omega would stop confusing consumers with all these model names!
So, this new model VRT400HDS, also known as VRT400 just recently came onto the market. So what’s the deal, you ask? Well, that’s what we are about to find out.
Now, you can watch the video below or if you rather do a bit of reading, just scroll down a bit.
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Basically, these two juicers are VERY SIMILAR. There are tiny differences, and it’s up to you to decide if the newer model is worth the extra $50.
VRT400HDS has a tap. Instead of letting the juice flows out, you can close the tap and mix the juice inside the juicer. This feature is really more for making nut milk.
VRT400 HDS comes with a screen that goes on top of the juice collector. I’m surprised they didn’t include this when the VRT juicers first came out. It’s nice to have, since this juicer produces a bit pulpier juice. But you can use the strainer in your kitchen, the result is the same.
There are some color differences in the body, automatic wiper and the filter screen.
In the VRT350, you need to turn the juice bowl to unlock it, you don’t need to do that in the VRT400.
The pulp spout on the 400 is a little bit shorter and taller…that could possibly reduce clogging.
Which is better?
This is my personal opinion. I can’t see myself paying $50 extra. I mean, yes the improvements are nice, but it’s still the same juicer. All the major parts are exactly the same.
Now, if you plan on making nut milk…the tap feature is actually really helpful, because the ground up nuts needs to mix with water to extract the flavor.
If you are just going to juice, I say the VRT350 is way to go.
Where to shop?
If you want to save even more cash, check out the Omega vrt350x refurbished juicer. You might be surprised how good of a deal it is.
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