discus potters wheels

Potter’s Wheels

The Award Winning Discus™ Craftsman Potter’s Wheel, probably the most powerful, compact portable pottery wheel in the world.

Our Potter’s Wheel is perfect for beginners, amateurs and professionals who require a compact, powerful and value for money pottery wheel.

— Made in Hampshire, UK —

Built to the very highest technical specifications and quality.

For sale now with a variety of cost effective options: kits which include wheel and essential items and packages which include everything you could need to start creating your clay masterpieces!

THE “SECRET” POTTER’S WHEEL

This ‘hidden gem’ of a wheel has been developed in the UK to a unique design by a world leading Engineer, ex Rolls Royce.

Designed, engineered and assembled in Hampshire, UK.

OUTSTANDING FEATURES

Powerful

Our Potter’s Wheels are rugged, powerful and deliver constant torque so critical for clay working and often lacking in comparable products. Most importantly full torque is maintained at all speeds.

Durable

Components are the best of their kind available and every care and attention is taken in their assembly. Should a component fail through normal use, we will be pleased to repair or replace it at our discretion for a period of five (5) years  from the date of supply.

Versatile

The motor can be reversed at the flick of a switch – a feature greatly appreciated by left-handed potters. When not in use, the units can be stored or stacked on one another, freeing valuable space.

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A joy to use!

Discus pottery wheels are a joy to use for both beginners and professionals alike, ideal for home users, hobbyists, classrooms, adult education, special needs, professionals and small production runs.

 

Unique design

Discus Wheels unique design of a motorised bowl and separate electronic mains power controller enables it to be easily lifted, moved, cleaned and stored. (Bowl 6.5 Kgs, Control box 5Kgs, Pedal 500g).
Easy to clean after use, just disconnect the bowl from the control cable and move to a sink where waste water can be tipped out and the bowl wiped clean.
The intelligent electronic controller combined with a powerful constant torque 24v DC motor, in the wheel, provides the means for the Discus potter’s wheel to throw higher loads of clay than its size might suggest.

TOP FEATURES & BENEFITS

Features

Benefits

Compact Ideal, when space is limited
High impact one piece ABS bowl. Sturdy – long lasting
Stands just 160mm above your work surface. Convenient – ease of use
Cast 250mm heavyweight aluminium wheel head. Sturdy – easy to use, easy to clean
Wheel head incorporates centring rings. Helps clay throwing
Wheel head fitted with the Discus bat retaining system. Ideal for easy movement of pots
Guaranteed for five years. Proof of reliability
The 300 watts electronically controlled electric motor. Lots of Power
The 1/3hp motor delivers torque at all speeds. Great flexibility
The motor speed range is 0 to 275 rpm. (±5%). Power and flexibility
Plastic master bat 280mm (11″) with 152 mm (6″) mini bats. Ideal for small items
Bats of 254, 280 and 305mm, (10”, 11” & 12”) diameter. Best for throwing large pieces
Centres up to a whopping 16kgs clay. More than adequate power
Electronic non-slip Foot Control with automatic spring stop. Easy to use
As an alternative, a Hand Control with emergency stop switch. Ideal for wheel chair and other users

 

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Below is just a small section of our products, please visit the shop for the full range of pottery wheels, spares and accessories.

Video channel

Head over to our YouTube Channel to see the pottery wheels in action, includes setting up tips, changing bats, fitting split bowls and much more…

Happy Customers

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Easy to put together and get started. I’m a hobby potter and a complete beginner on the wheel, so more practice than productivity at this stage, but the product suits my needs well. A useful set of batts is supplied. I’m glad I chose the one with the reverse direction switch, as sometimes I find it more natural to work on the left of the pot.

  - Anonymous - 25/09/2017 from Discus Website

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