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16" Trimmer Bowl 16" Pro Tumble Cutter opinions please

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Thinking of investing £90 in a

 Trimmer Bowl 16" Stainless Leaf Twisted Spin Pro Tumble Cutter

It looks very similar to a iPower product available in USA for the same sort of price. Looks like a good thing. Anyone have any knowledge or opinion on this? The product has not yet been reviewed. Not sure if it's ok to put an Amazon link here so I wont. Don't want to hand trim this year.

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ive used these before and it literally saves hours. 

just pull all the fans off, and cut off the buds and spin away. I found it best to crank slowly and altho there is some loss in quality in the final product, the time saving is worth it in my opinion, because its minimal

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I got one of those bowl trimmers from eBay for £100, they are spot on for the money, save loads of time.

 

I still hand trim the tops though, and just put everything else in the bowl trimmer.

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Are these trimmers for use with buds wet or dry?

 

Or both?

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On ‎05‎/‎05‎/‎2018 at 5:30 PM, MyDisplayName2000 said:

Are these trimmers for use with buds wet or dry?

 

Or both?

I wouldn't recommend trimming dry product. as said above saves many tedious hours trimming ..

you get some really nice trim from it to make oils for cooking edibles etc. I use hemp oil from the supermarket it as a nice nutty flavour for salads cooking and what not..

happy trimming man good luck.. 

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