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What is the best butter machine?

Discussion in 'Cooking with Cannabis' started by Stormsend, May 12, 2017.

  1. GreenHopper

    GreenHopper 20 going on 60

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    It's exactly like a 'Magic Butter Machine' except styling.

    Simplicity mostly. It's got a built in decarb feature which if it works (still yet to test mine) would mean you just put the material in, press button, wait X hours, add solvent, press button, wait X hours, empty, fill with soapy water, press clean button, wait 5min, empty, rinse, repeat.
     
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  2. CarolKing

    CarolKing Singer of songs and a vapor connoisseur

    What a difference in price with the knock off MBM. If it were me I may want to decarb in the oven. You don't want to screw up if you are spending a lot of money on weed. If you grow your own it's not as crucial.
     
  3. Baron23

    Baron23 Well-Known Member

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    Might want to note, however, that the price was for minimum 100 each lot size.
     
  4. Grifo

    Grifo Well-Known Member

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    well i sent a message to the seller to try to sell me one
     
  5. ashtonford

    ashtonford Well-Known Member

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    I was worried about that but I went ahead and tried it out the decarb function works perfect.
     
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  6. ashtonford

    ashtonford Well-Known Member

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    Ask for a sample unit to check for quality. They will sell you just one that way.
     
  7. Grifo

    Grifo Well-Known Member

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    yeah i took your advice
     
  8. ashtonford

    ashtonford Well-Known Member

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    ok cool
     
  9. GreenHopper

    GreenHopper 20 going on 60

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    For me the decarb is an essential reason for choosing this device. I've been wanting a NOVA since it's inception but no 220v option left me out in the cold (pun intended).

    I'll be testing the device out as soon as the rest of my components arrive. I'm waiting for a spray atomiser to put the tincture into in so I can use it like a breath freshener spray.

    I'm gonna use a batch of cannabis that I'm not 100% thrilled with to reduce the risk of loss. Hopefully though my unit will work as well as @ashtonford's and prove to be a decarb unit as well as a tincture/oil infuser.
     
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  10. Genki88

    Genki88 Active Member

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    i got quoted $30usd for a sample unit plus $73usd shipping.
     
  11. guyonthecouch

    guyonthecouch Well-Known Member

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    does anyone have the branded mbm and the one being discussed? looks pretty indentical.. anyone seeing any noticeable distinctions between the two? or is this straight up the mbm without the logo?
     
  12. ashtonford

    ashtonford Well-Known Member

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    its actually better than the original it has a functioning decarb function that works perfectly. Its actually a newer design than the original
     
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  13. GreenHopper

    GreenHopper 20 going on 60

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    I can confirm this.

    I'm off out for a few days but when I'm back I'll upload a write up of using this device to decarb and create tincture (with pics).
     
  14. guyonthecouch

    guyonthecouch Well-Known Member

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    sweet! do you have the original? how are you going about your comparison? what else is different? I haven't had the chance to look over either.. well haven't really bothered with the mbm do to price but this looks like its just as good or better.. nice find!
     
  15. ashtonford

    ashtonford Well-Known Member

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    its a better design it basically plug and play! no temps to set etc. everything is integrated into the buttons. Put your cannabis in run the decarb cycle, add the butter, oil etc press the button and thats its your done. The build is top quality and it has a full one year warranty.
     
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  16. Baron23

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    How did you guys get individual units as the only link in the thread that I found was for Rystone and its minimum lot size of 100.

    Link anyone?
     
  17. ashtonford

    ashtonford Well-Known Member

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    if you read my previous messages all you need to do is request a sample unit for evaluation of quality, and add that you are thinking about a possible order in the future. Thats all you need to do.
     
  18. Baron23

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    @ashtonford - I did read your previous messages, I did understand that that was recommended, but there are multiple people who say that they have this device (at least you and @GreenHopper ).

    Did you both do this or is there another avenue by which to purchase?

    Also, I see that @Genki88 indicated that with shipping they wanted about $100.

    For me (not you, just me) this is not a sufficiently honest approach. I wouldn't mind buying one, but not intentionally scamming them out of a sample.

    Finally, I notice that the manf has different models and different categories (e.g. soup maker vs soymilk maker, etc). Are they all identical in function or....??

    https://rylstone.en.alibaba.com/pro...spm=a2700.8304367.prup15aafb.5.73152c548Ydd65
     
  19. Grifo

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    They dont even ask questions they just tell you how much they want you to pay for it. I dont think we are conning them.
     
  20. ashtonford

    ashtonford Well-Known Member

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    they are a good company in business to make money. They ship fast and accept paypal so theres no problem with your money getting lost etc
     
  21. Genki88

    Genki88 Active Member

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    If they were sending us free samples with free shipping, then it MIGHT be considered a bit of a scam.............we are paying $30usd/sample, rest assured they are not losing any money lol.
     
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  22. ashtonford

    ashtonford Well-Known Member

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    they are selling samples which is totally legit people buy samples all the time to check out the quality etc. And like you said you are paying for it not getting it for free.
     
  23. Baron23

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    Ah, I didn't understand that. I thought they were sending an "eval" on gratis. Got it now.

    Apologies.

    Was it $30 plus $73 shipping still?

    Also, may I again ask for a link to which one as there seems to be different models?
     
  24. ashtonford

    ashtonford Well-Known Member

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  25. Grifo

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    They told me 80 for shipping. .. bastards
     

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