Pottery Wheel Artista Table Top

October 4, 2014 - Comment

A portable tabletop pottery wheel that is designed to satisfy both beginners and professionals. Features include an 11-inch wheel head, 25lb centering capacity, 1/3 horsepower smooth and quiet motor with a variable speed hand control, high-impact plastic and steel frame construction and a 2-year warranty. Included with the wheel are two 2.5qt. buckets, a splash

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A portable tabletop pottery wheel that is designed to satisfy both beginners and professionals. Features include an 11-inch wheel head, 25lb centering capacity, 1/3 horsepower smooth and quiet motor with a variable speed hand control, high-impact plastic and steel frame construction and a 2-year warranty. Included with the wheel are two 2.5qt. buckets, a splash pad, two bats and samples of Speedball glazes. Optional plug-in foot pedal and left-handed wheels are also available.

Product Features

  • For standup throwing or can be placed on a tabletop for sit-down use
  • 11 inch aluminum wheel head and a two part splash pan
  • High impact plastic and steel construction holds 25 lbs of clay
  • Uses industrial quality materials for rugged dependability
  • Convenient where space or storage is at a premium

Comments

Army Wife says:

Great Little Wheel I had seen this wheel here on Amazon and I thought on it for a year before purchasing the item. I had read the other review and decided that I had to try this wheel because I can’t afford a full-sized wheel and my husband is in the Army so I want a wheel that can travel and also fit in a small house the next time that I move.I shopped around to see if there was a better price and though I saw it for a better price, the shipping was OUTRAGIOUS! I ordered from Amazon because the shipping made it a value. Not only did it cost less, it also took less time because Amazon ships UPS, as oppposed to having it trucked across the country!This wheel is so quiet. I had been using wheels at the local community center and never did I realize that they were noisy until I got this little baby. I can watch a movie or listen to the radio with no troubles when I am using this wheel.The wheel is also very easy to clean. I did have a little trouble with the drip pan but…

Kathleen Edwards "K Edwards Studio" says:

an actual potters wheel I would never have considered it except I saw it in action over the weekend. A fellow potter was doing a demo on it and I fell in love. He sat it on top of a bucket and went to town. (no, he didn’t use the legs) He has used his for a couple of years now and wouldn’t part with it – I offered to buy it from him .In general, I like kick wheels, not electric wheels. But this one is different. It can go REALLY slow and quite fast. The speed is controlled by a little knob – not a foot petal which gives you a lot more control – set it and it stays at that speed. No wet clay colapsing from a suddenly speeding wheel caused by an accidental nudge of the foot as you change positions. It is just the right size – full sized wheel head (11 inches) and weight – 26 pounds. It uses regular bats (it also comes with the weird square one).I wouldn’t recomend it for production potting – throwing 20 pound pots, but it is just right for a person like me that throws…

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