The Gemini’s Twin Gear is the ultimate cold press juicer using twin gears that mesh together more finely than ever before. This video shows you how to best prepare your produce for juicing ease.
The BioChef® Axis Cold Press Juicer is compact and very versatile, it is what we call the complete "living food kitchen machine" and it will quickly become an integral part of your daily health and wellness regime.
The Oscar Neo DA 1000 and DA 1200 are Australia's best-selling single gear horizontal cold press juicers, from the original slow juicer brand, Oscar.
Are you wanting to lose weight or perhaps tone and firm specific areas of the body, but want to do so in the comfort of your home?Then a Vibration Machine is perfect for you!
Our handy Food Dehydrator Comparison is a simple and convenient way to find the best food dehydrator on the market to suit you.
BioChef is excited to announce the newest product to their Cold Press Juicer range - the BioChef Axis Compact Juicer. Perfect for beginners, this juicer can juice a wide variety of fruits and vegetables while maintaining a compact and lightweight design. With the launch of this new cold press juicer, we decided to investigate how the BioChef Axis Compact compares to the original and much loved BioChef Axis. Read on to find out more.
There are five main differences between the BioChef Axis Compact Juicer and the BioChef Axis Cold Press Juicer; these include the motor type, functionality, size and weight of the product, warranty period and the price.
Both the BioChef Axis Compact Juicer and the BioChef Axis Cold Press Juicer have 150w motors and run at 80RPM, however the type of motor differs between the two models. The Axis Compact has a D.C. motor, which it is not as ‘heavy duty’ as the A.C. motor that is present in the Axis.
A D.C. motor has been strategically chosen for the Axis Compact juicer to maintain the smaller size, lighter weight, and lower price point. Consequently, the Axis Compact becomes the perfect masticating juicer for those starting out in the world of cold press juicing.
A unique advantage of the BioChef Axis Cold Press Juicer is that it has the functionality to double up as
The latest type of cold press or slow juicer on the market is the 'Whole Slow Juicer', 'Wide Mouth' or 'Whole Fruit Juicer'. Its primary selling feature certainly welcomes in a new era in slow juicing as the advanced wider chute can juice whole fruits or vegetables at one time, without the need for preparation.
BioChef vs Kuvings Comparison Test
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With this new generation of cold press juicers changing the way we view slow juicing, we've compared the industry leading models to find out exactly what sets these juicers apart. The most widely recognised in this juicer category is the Kuvings Whole Slow Juicer B6000. BioChef, the healthy appliance brand developed by Vitality 4 Life, introduced these developments in 2014 with the BioChef Atlas Whole Slow Juicer. Oscar, one of the very first cold press juicer brands, released it's own take on the vertical whole slow juicer model with the Oscar
Limited only by your imagination, the modern day food dehydrator has been designed to dry a diverse range of fruits and vegetables by regulating the temperature for even and consistent drying. These convenient kitchen machines are quickly becoming a household staple across the UK as they are easy to use, inexpensive to run and offer a healthy alternative to store-bought goods.
Read on to discover ten reasons why you should have your very own a food dehydrator in your kitchen!
1. Dehydrated Foods Taste Great
Using a food dehydrator to remove moisture from food items such as fruits, vegetables and meats, creates naturally concentrated, rich and delicious tasting food.
Not only that, but when making food yourself, you know the quality and freshness of the produce you are using - unlike when eating dehydrated foods purchased from the grocery store.
2. Reduce food waste & extend shelf life
Never waste food again with a food dehydrator. Using your leftover fruits and vegetables in a food dehydrator will extend their shelf life for up to 2 years! Yes, that's right - 2 years!
Below are just a few ways you can reduce food waste by preserving food with a dehydrator and keeping your pantry stocked year round whilst saving yourself some money in the process;
- Manage a bigger veggie or herb garden without the worry of food going to waste - simply use the dehydrator to dry your herbs or make veggie chips. Some veggies that work great in the dehydrator include kale, beetroot, turnips, carrots, sweet potatoes and even green beans.
- Buy bulk in season to save your family money. For example; buy a tray of mangoes in the middle of summer, dehydrate them and be having
Compare the leading brands of horizontal slow juicers in the UK: Oscar, Omega and BioChef. Let us help you to compare important details like price, warranty, wattage and more!
Vitality 4 Life have distributed the Oscar Juicers for over 10 years in the UK. We have always regarded the Oscar Juicers to be the finest in the world, with their high quality parts and superior juice extraction, the Oscar Juicers in our opinion have been previously unrivaled.
BioChef has just released their latest slow juicer, the BioChef Axis; the very first horizontal style juice extractor from the brand. Fitting with their brand message, the BioChef Axis delivers on value and quality. Significantly cheaper than the other horizontal counterparts, the BioChef Axis is also backed by one of the longest warranties of any machine - a testament to the quality of the product.
Let's see how the BioChef Axis compares to Oscar & Omega up in terms of features:
Compare: Price & Specs
The most obvious difference between the four models is price. The BioChef Axis is significantly cheaper at just £179, offering great value and more affordability in comparison to the other juicers.
It is important to note, that to pay more for an Omega Juicer is simply to pay extra for a brand, not for any superior technical specifications or differences in quality. The Omega is rated at 150 watts (on manufactures website, however this does vary), does not come with a Pulp Adjustment Nozzle and parts are made from Ultem not Tritan.
Pulp Adjustment Nozzle
The BioChef Axis, Oscar Neo DA 1000 and the Oscar DA 1200 all come with a Pulp Adjustment Nozzle, which allows you to control the pressure under which the
Not all juicers are created equal and there is no debating that cold press juicing will deliver a far superior juice to any other juicer on the market, but which juicer should you choose? Which juicer is right for you? These are our most commonly asked questions. With such a large range to choose from it’s easy to become confused when trying to decide which is going to be the best model for you and your needs. Here we will help you demystify the subject of cold press juicers and help you make the right choice.
Vitality 4 Life are an industry leader in Cold Press Juicing and have had more than 20 years experience in delivering the best juicers on the market, in fact our range of Cold Press Juicers are regarded as the best in the world!
The juicer that you choose will depend on your own individual needs, be it functionality and usability, health or dietary there will be a juicer out there specifically designed to suit your requirements.
There are currently 6 different types of cold press juicers and it’s very important to keep in mind what you are looking for in your juicer…
- Are you new to juicing? Are you a health enthusiast? Or maybe you someone looking to overcome an illness
- What do you think you will juice the most? Fruits and Vegetables or Leafy Greens?
- Are you looking for a multi-function juicer that can also be used as a food processor?
- What features are most important to you? Speed? Ease of use and cleaning?
Keeping these points in mind while making your decision will not only make it easier but you can be assured you will be choosing the right juicer for you. Buying a Cold Press juicer is not only an investment in your health but also that of your family so Vitality 4 Life want to ensure you are happy with your choice for years to come!
How does the Oscar Vital Max 900 stack up against the Samson 9001 and the Compact juicers?
We have compared 3 types of single gear juicers; there are others such as the Matstone juicer, Lexsun juicer, Lexen juicer and Zenith juicer which are part of this comparison in the sense that they are very similar to the Samson juicer and/or Compact juicer in quality and design.
Samson GB 9001 Juicer
Oscar 900 Motor and Electricals
Since the first Oscar was released over a decade ago, the Oscar juicer has continually been improved, both inside and out. The Oscar Vital Max 900 juicer a leader in the field of cold
There are many different types of water filtration available to consumers nowadays which raises the question, how do you know which water is right for you?
Below is a brief description on each type of filtration we offer, to help make this complex decision a little easier for you...
Standard Water Filters
‘Standard’ Water Filters come in two types; pitchers & carafe-style filters and carbon block & granular carbon filters. In recent years, pitchers & carafe-style filters have emerged as lowcost alternatives to tap water and bottled water and although they do offer a slightly improved alternative to tap water, they have very limited effectiveness and a low capacity.
Carbon Block and Granular Carbon Filters are the most common styles of countertop and under-the-sink systems (point of use). Granular carbon filters and carbon block systems use the same process of contaminant removal, adsorption, by which the contaminant bonds chemically or physically to the surface of the filter medium. Activated carbon is recognized by the U.S. EPA as the best available technology for filtering VOCs and THMs. For best performance it is essential that a multi stage process be used to filter out a wide range of contaminants.
The Aquasana System differs in that it is a multi-media block filter; the Aquasana utilizes the benefits of activated carbon with several added advantages. A blended media is extruded or compressed into a solid form with a sub-micron pore structure to filter out sediment and cysts like Cryptosporidium and Giardia. This configuration also prevents water from channeling around the filter media. The ion exchange removes things like lead that carbon will not remove. It is an additional stage that provides higher quality water, and also enhances pH by adding potassium ions to the water. In addition to being a carbon and ion-exchange filter, it is also a mechanical