Could this be used on hop bines for collecting the hops?
Yes you can use CenturionPro Trimmers for hops
what is the voltage for the centurian pro trimmer (wet/dry)?
All CenturionPro trimmers use standard 110V
Hand trimmed bud is better looking, and probably less wasteful but this does it a lot faster. As an engineer, there are a LOT of things they could do better on. Quick release clamps on the filter bags would make them MUCH easier to clean, for one. A 12" AC cord? Really?
That said, I was able to do in 2 days with 2 people, what used to take 5 days with 4 people. BIG difference. The market doesn't support the huge labor cost of hand trimming, mostly. This does a decent enough job. I'd definitely buy it again.
Worth the time I get back in my life so I can work again without worrying about trimming for 8 to 10 weeks. Thank you wish I had it years ago
The table top is a smaller machine not made for bigger jobs. Would be nice for maybe 500 plants. But over that spend the money and get the bigger one with 11 blades instead of 7. Will save U slot of time.
Best investment ever made what took me 6 to 7 days now takes me 1 to 2 days wow money saved in labor will pay for it self in 2 harvest cycles
The machine came with a bad fitting hopper and the replacement did not help. Would've gave it a 3 star, but the shipping on replacement hopper and original machine was terrific. Performance wise, it trims anything that isn't shaped onto the bud for example if a fan leaf if sticking out or there exists a longer stem they would be trimmed. The trim isn't clean on stems. You will need to run it through more than once. Do not recommend this if you are looking to trim most of the leafs as it does not get rid of anything that is shaped to the buds curvatures. The vacuum is also fairly strong so you would need to turn it off for the last bit to run through. (Dry trimming review)