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Drain is on the bottom.....
 

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Yes, but maybe not US $2036 pretty...:no:
Gotta pay for quality. I'm becoming less and less impressed with the quality of the stuff I'm seeing sold for hobbyists/sideliners.

Show me anyone in the US (or North America) who's making an extractor like this with a bottom drain.

Since the manufacturers push the units with legs, why not weld a drain connection on the bottom? Make it a threaded bung and don't supply an actual valve, if you want to save costs to knock down the price point.
 

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I just purchased the 21-frame extractor from Brushy Bee Farm. I haven't used it yet, but it spins really fast! When I first set it up, I couldn't get it to work. After looking and re-looking for about a half hour, I discovered that the locking lid has a manual release, and it ships in the released position. As soon as I engaged the lid locking mechanism, it started working.

Product Mixer Kitchen appliance Small appliance Machine


Time to take the honey for a spin!

http://www.legaitaly.com/en/cart/extraction/electric-radial-extractors/smelatore-rad-motor-tucano-elettrico-gamma-diam-630mm-gabbia-inox-20-melari-dadant-motore-gamma-detail

Drain is on the bottom.....
 
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