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    Good multifunction press

    I am looking to branch out into more product lines and pretty much want to offer as wide a selection as I can.

    I have been looking at a small 10x12 multifunction, but they all seem to have mixed reviews and none seem to last more than a few months.
    I already have a 15x15 and a 20x25 press so the multifunction would be for the attachments and for small items.

    Any good small multifunction presses for me to look at. I am in the US.

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    Which add ons are you most interested in.
    cap press and mug press ?

    I wouldn’t buy a multipress get a mug press and separate cap press if that’s what your after.
    If I have helped please hit the thanks button.

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    cannot recommend any.
    get the best presses you can for each use ...
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    The problem with multifunction presses is that when the motherboard frys you have lost use of all of your elements. You might only be using each element occasionaly, but the aggregate of multiple elements means that the electronics are getting some heavy use.

    Some european presses come with interchangeable elements, but they are mostly top end presses and unlikely to be available or affordable in the US. I am thinking Sefa, Adkins and Siser.

    I would buy individual, cheap presses, from a reputable US bricks and mortar supplier with US held stock. One with a good warranty or after sales.
    Some of the cheap imported presses can last well, but it is down to luck, and warranty. You might only get a year out of some of them, but you will be able to gauge your usage of each press and decide if it is worth spending more on better individual presses, or staying cheap and disposable.

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