CenturionPro Tabletop vs Twister T6
Battle of the Trimmers: CenturionPro Tabletop vs Twister T6
|Type of Trimmer: Wet and Dry||Type of Trimmer: Wet and Dry|
|Wet Capacity: 15 pounds||Wet Capacity: 10 pounds|
|Dry Capacity: 3 pounds||Dry Capacity: 2 pounds|
|Blade Material: D2 hardened steel blade||Blade Material: Nitrided Steel blade|
|Number of Blades: 7||Number of Blades: 6|
|Tumbler Material: Stainless steel with option to upgrade to quantanium||Tumbler Material: Stainless steel tumbler|
|Tumbler Diameter: 5.5 inches||Tumbler Diameter: 4 inches|
CenturionPro Tabletop Pro Pros:
CenturionPro Tabletop Pro Cons:
Twister T6 Pros:
Twister T6 Cons:
If you’re looking into compact tabletop bud trimmers, two machines come into mind: the CenturionPro Tabletop Pro and the Twister T6. Both trimmers are designed to be tight and can fit many tables or countertops. While both compact, these two machines have their respective strengths and weaknesses.
The CenturionPro Tabletop Pro churns out more power than most of the tabletop trimmers in the market. With the capacity to trim 15 pounds of wet material and 3 pounds dry, the CentrionPro Tabletop Pro is a wise option. While it is bulkier than the Twister T6, the CenturionPro Tabletop Pro makes up through its modular design, making it linkable to other Centurion Tabletop Pros.
The Twister T6 has size as its strength. If you find yourself lacking a few inches for the CenturionPro Tabletop Pro, the Twister T6 makes a good choice with its shorter design. The Twister T6 features a trimming capacity of 10 pounds wet and two pounds dry, just a bit lower than the CenturionPro Tabletop Pro.
If size matters to you, then the Twister T6 is a logical choice. But if you do have a few inches to spare and need more power, then the CenturionPro Tabletop Pro should be the right choice for you.