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    Default pigeon river extractors

    Has anyone used the pigeon river stainless manual extractors? They are lik 130 which seems reasonable as long as the quality is decent.

    Any comments?

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    Default Re: pigeon river extractors

    Do you mean Pigeon Mountain Trading Company?

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    Default Re: pigeon river extractors

    Yes I did meant Pigeon Mountain Trading Company extractors. Has anyone used these and comment on their quality. Specifically the stainless ones for 130.

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    Default Re: pigeon river extractors

    I saw in a thread the other day a guy bought one, he said it had metal gears. I have thier suit, its good quality, I wondered this myself.
    All beekeepers can agree on one thing, and that one thing is, that all beekeepers can't agree on one thing.

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    Default Re: pigeon river extractors

    Quote Originally Posted by beehonest View Post
    a guy bought one, he said it had metal gears.
    The replacement gears on their site appear to be metal.
    Go to Heaven for the climate, go to Hell for the company. -Mark Twain

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    Default Re: pigeon river extractors

    I have the Extra Tall Stainless Steel Honey Extractor from them and it is all metal except the wooden handle and the plastic honey gate. They seem to be exceptionally well built, but I haven't had the time to use it. Very sturdy. I was a little shy of buying one
    because the prices are low and there isn't much information on their website, but I'm glad I did. Very pleased with their work and I never heard anything bad about them.

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    Default Re: pigeon river extractors

    Just giving this topic a bump. Their prices do seem to be very low. It would be helpful to hear from any owners.

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    Default Re: pigeon river extractors

    Very curious myself. Anyone?
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