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🖐️ Walnut Hollow Crank Handle for Extruder Review




Revainrating 3 out of 5  
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BrandWalnut Hollow
Item Weight0.66 Pounds

Description of 🖐️ Walnut Hollow Crank Handle for Extruder

Features a smooth, easy to turn crank-type handle with 20 unique disc designs. Makes clay extruding easy for both the young and the old. The reusable storage case prevents the loss of discs or spare O rings. Suitable for use with most types of clays! Not suitable for Precious Metal Clays as it may cause streaking. Includes a reusable storage case


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Type of review

Revainrating 1 out of 5

Solid product suitable for crafting

This is a good product and works well. The only complaint is that the black rubber around the barrel can move a little when I turn the crank when the sound comes out. I also wish it had more extrusion discs. Overall this is a very good product and it still works well and I've had mine for 4 years now.

  • Sturdy construction
  • There are problems

Revainrating 1 out of 5

Rusted immediately

I make clay sculptures and often need an extruder. I had to buy a Play-Doh extruder. The sound compartment is so narrow that I have to roll the sound into a narrow tube to fit it. Then you have to turn the handle so that it pushes the clay out - it's exhausting. The threads on the piston rusted almost immediately.

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Revainrating 4 out of 5

Much better than these cheap ones!

Hey, "you get what you pay for" is correct in this case. I first ordered one of these cheaper ones at 8.99 and had to contact Revain immediately for a refund. Came in a package missing 4 washers and a rubber retaining ring. Received this today. Doesn't matter! The crank arm is great and everything comes in a nice plastic storage box so you can keep everything organized. If you can handle it, I highly recommend using this best tool. It feels firmer in the hand and I hope it lasts. It also has…

  • Availability
  • Some difficulties

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Good quality, with various useful shapes.

Works well but still has work to do. Changing colors requires disassembly to clean and for some reason the clay gets into the threads on the end caps and is quite difficult to clean. Also, it's a bit difficult to hold the device and turn the crank. It would be nice if it had some sort of flat base on one side of the tube so you can easily attach it to a table and just turn the crank. . It would be nice if the plastic that the block and discs are mounted on inside the case were made of a more…

  • Easy to read control panel
  • Difficult to say

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Honest Review: HATE

So I work with polymer clay a lot and when my last Makins extruder wore out I decided to give Walnut Hollow a try. I read other reviews and was hoping that this extruder's handle would be easier on my hands and work much faster. Unfortunately I was very disappointed - it's even harder to crank than the Makins extruder, in fact the Makins extruder seems even easier. And yes, my clay was carefully crafted and even my softest clay is difficult to turn. Adding to my frustration is that every time I

  • Great for a small home
  • Ok mostly but...

Revainrating 2 out of 5

Not food safe, so do not use for edible fudge.

. The crank's curved handle makes it easy to turn, and even with the smallest opening of the disc, the crank squeezes out lipstick in a smooth, continuous stream. The end product from this machine is far nicer than trying to roll fudge or gum paste by hand. The only downside so far is that the extruder left a faint streak of grease on my white fondant. This was not a problem with this project as 1) the strings would be decorated with inedible decoration and 2) the white fondant would be gold…

  • Ideal for outdoor activities.
  • compatible.

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Decent hand extruder

The threads on my very old Kemper mini extruder are worn out and I wanted to replace it with another small hand extruder. The new versions are poorly made. The dies are thin and don't fit well in the barrel. It is difficult to apply enough pressure to force clay through a small keg when it is filled with hard clay. I installed a Makins extruder and the rod at the end is having a hard time rotating evenly. Starting/stopping a turn results in a lumpy extrusion. The Makins tool is very well made…

  • Reusable storage box prevents loss of washers or spare O-rings
  • New competition is here

Revainrating 5 out of 5

A few simple steps and it works like new after every use!

Received quickly and exactly as described. I was nervous about ordering after reading the reviews so I was confident that I would use it right away, put it away and come back to use it a week later. Here's what I found. It's easy to unscrew the cap to add your little metal disc, but if you don't clean it well and screw it back on to stow it tightly, you'll have no problem. I found it very difficult to fully clean the screw on the cap as the clay inevitably gets stuck in the threads. I've found…

  • Includes reusable storage box
  • Doubtful

Revainrating 2 out of 5

Does not work well.

Doesn't work at all. For $20 I expected better results. TL; DR: The o-ring is constantly being dislodged (pushed back) during use, which allows clay to enter the sides as there is no o-ring to prevent it. About half of the clay was stuck in the barrel around the bolt. Tried it 3 times and it worked every time. I made sure I replaced the o-ring as it should be. There were also tons of metal splinters stuck to the clay on the propeller. It doesn't look like a food safe product. Full Story: I…

  • Features a smooth, easy-to-turn crank with 20 unique disc designs. I'll add
  • later.