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- Strong handle easily creates high pressing force
- Acme screw thread for years of service
- Strong steel frame
- Full stainless steel juice pan
- Drip pan discharge height is 6.25"
- Heavy gauge stainless steel pressing basket
- Strong cast iron pressing plate
- Frame yoke swings away easily for full basket access
- 5 gallon pulp capacity
- Wide, low stance for great stability
- Fruit press works great for apples, pears, grapes & other fruits
- Arrives fully assembled
- Cleans up fast with a garden hose
Clearance: Harvest Bounty Fruit Press 5 Gallon + Stainless Basket
This is an R1 clearance item. Please check the tables below to see how we rate our clearance items.
Ready for your apples! The Harvest Bounty apple cider press features sturdy construction and simple features that work well.
Quick swing-away design: The top yoke of the Harvest Bounty cider press quickly swings out of your way for easy basket loading-and-unloading access. The speed and convenience of this design makes everything work faster and easier.
Best materials: Built of heavy gauge steel and forged frame parts, stainless steel pressing basket and heavy gauge stainless steel pan, the Harvest Bounty cider press is built for years of fun and reliable durability. When shipped, the press legs are bolted down to a wooden board which you can use as a base, or reuse/recycle. The board prevents leg damage during shipment.
“This press is not only well made, but easy to use too. Very sturdy and will last for a very long time.”
– Sandra L., CA
Harvest Bounty Fruit Press
|19 Liter (5 Gallons)|
(W x D x H)
|17" x 16" x 31-1/2"|
(Inside Dia x H)
|9.87" x 15.37"|
|Net Machine Weight||58.8 lbs.|
For more details please see the specs tab, above.
We recommend ordering an accessory mesh basket-liner bag to use with the press. Traditionally, disposable cheesecloth is used to keep finer fruit pulps from squirting out between the basket holes under high pressure, but our mesh bags are reusable and much more convenient.
It's important to keep the acme forcing screw well lubricated with food safe grease; this greatly reduces wear and turning effort, and dramatically increases maximum pressure and juice yield.
“I'm very pleased with the Harvest Bounty press so far. It's built to last! I got the stainless steel cylinder and use it with a mesh bag and it performed very well. Clean up is very easy.”
– Jud M., ID
As with any press, to get good juice yield from apples you need to pulp them first. Proper pulping lets you get three to four times as much juice from the apples, compared to pressing the fruit whole.
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Descriptions of Ratings for Clearance Store Items
(Expanded descriptions in next table)
|Minimum Discount||Mechanically Perfect||Free Shipping Over $59||Standard Return Policy||Full
|R1||Returned. Non-working surfaces have new or nearly new appearance. Working surfaces may have slight wear marks.||10%||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|R2||Returned, nearly-new appearance. Slight to moderate flaws on non-working surfaces.||15%||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|FR||Factory-refurbished unit.||Varies by item||Yes||Yes||Yes||No|
|D||Brief demonstration use only, not previously sold.||Varies by item||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|DIS||Discontinued.||Varies by item||Yes||Yes||Yes||Varies by item|
|U||Used.||Varies by item||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|SDB||Scratched and/or dented, or otherwise blemished.||Varies by item||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|NOS||New old stock.||Varies by item.||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Bottom Line: If you’re a highly detail-oriented person, we recommend sticking to “R1.” But after a week’s use, the only real difference between one of these items and a brand new one will be the money you saved.|
Expanded Ratings Descriptions
|R1||Very close scrutiny is required to tell that the item isn’t brand new. Working surfaces may show slight wear; for example, the bottom-inside of a Bosch mixer bowl may show swirl marks because Bosch mixer whips are designed to “float” against bottom of bowl. Non-working surfaces (cabinet, control panel) look essentially new. Carton may not be perfect.|
|R2||Typically has a small scuff or mark on a non-working surface like a mixer cabinet or the top of a pressure cooker lid.|
|FR||Mostly returned items which have been brought fully up to new-equipment performance specs at the factory.|
|D||Demonstration items have been operated briefly at Pleasant Hill Grain.|
|DIS||These items have never been used but we no longer sell them at full price in our store because it was discontinued by us or by the manufacturer.|
|U||Has had light use.|
|SDB||Has moderate damage or blemish on a non-working surface, such as a scratch or dent in the housing, or paint blemish.|
|NOS||A brand new item that isn't the newest model.|
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|Product Weight||59 lb.|
|Basket Dimensions (Dia. x H)||9.87" x 15.37"|
|Basket Material||Stainless steel|
|Capacity||5 gal., 19L|
|Warranty Length||1 year|
We stock this product in our Nebraska warehouse. Most of our shipments are by FedEx Ground or Home Delivery and you should receive your order in four business days or less from ship-out. Click here for more information about shipping.
By Joe-boy in WA on 4/13/2018 - Verified BuyerFor making wine I have used two other presses. Both were the wooden slat type. While these types are more traditional they also require lots of maintanance. Once the fruit acids get through the original finish its virtually impossible to keep the slats from turning black. Consiquently, requiring about 30 minutes or more of preparation time with every use. This stainless basket is a quick wash w/ a soapy spung and a rinse w/ the hose and I'm making juice. I like the cast steel parts of this press over the bent pipe version offered. My thought is the pipe parts will "work" during pressing and will eventually crack. There's no way these cast steel beams are going to ever crack. As a retired logging equipment/ hydrolic mechanic this is just my personal opinion. This is an outstanding value in a fruit press.12 out of 12 people found this review helpful. Did you?
By Jud M. in ID on 9/19/2016 - Verified BuyerI've used this product once since setting it up and I'm very pleased with the Harvest Bounty press so far. It's built to last! I got the stainless steel cylinder and use it with a mesh bag and it performed very well. Clean up is very easy. I got the hand-crank grinder as well, and find that it likes the apples to be cut in half to process them well (whole apples get hung up easily) but that is not a problem. I would recommend this product to anyone.Moderator:
Jud, we're guessing that your apples are pretty crisp. Letting them ripen a bit more, or letting them sit for a couple of weeks after picking, will enhance feeding with the grinder. Thanks for your review!5 out of 5 people found this review helpful. Did you?
By JGH in CA on 9/13/2016 - Verified BuyerThe Harvest Bounty press is easy to set up and easy to clean. Effortless pressing and lots of fun. The only hard part is getting the apples off the trees!2 out of 2 people found this review helpful. Did you?
By Sy Choudhury in CA on 8/24/2017 - Verified BuyerBuilt very well and sturdy, which was key as we processed >50 lbs of pears for cider. The crank is very sturdy, and the mesh bags worked like a charm!1 person found this review helpful. Did you?
By Eddy B. in MI on 2/21/2016 - Verified BuyerThe press works as expected. The only two drawbacks are:
1. The tripod design is unstable: when opening the yoke the whole thing tips over.
2. The stainless "basket" is not a basket, just a cylinder. It make is hard to remove the pulp.
It would be nice to have a basket with a handle.Moderator:
Eddy, we recommend using the holes in each of the feet to fasten the press down. That both prevents tipping and keeps the whole press from rotating as you turn the screw down (and back up again.) One option we've found handy is to screw the press down to a half sheet of plywood or chip board; if you go that route, be sure the board is large enough for the operator to stand on, so their weight on the board keeps the press from both tipping and rotating. About the "basket", that's traditionally the name used for the (traditionally) wood-slat cages surrounding the fruit, which, historically, don't have bottoms. We've tested stainless baskets with a bottom and found that they then rotate with the screw, which isn't really desirable. Thanks for the 5 star review and have fun!15 out of 16 people found this review helpful. Did you?
By Kathy G. in TN on 11/6/2019 - Verified BuyerWe are very pleased with the apple press, we were looking for something to press oil out of hemp we are processing and it works great!Was this review helpful to you?
By Shirley S. in PA on 10/14/2019 - Verified BuyerWe are very pleased with the quality and performance of the Apple Cider Press that we purchased.
We did apple cider and pear cider and both turned out very good.Was this review helpful to you?
By Jay E. in WA on 10/1/2019 - Verified BuyerGetting it all together or a bumper crop next year. Excited to put my new grinder and press this season to work out the kinks.Was this review helpful to you?
By Jim J. in OR on 10/1/2019 - Verified BuyerWorks great and got a supply of product.Was this review helpful to you?
By . in MN on 12/29/2018 - Verified BuyerPressing plate is still a little too small in diameter. Unless it is perfectly centered, the bag and pomace will squeeze out of the gap. Plan to cut my own plastic disk out of a cutting board and place it under the metal plate for a tight fitWas this review helpful to you?
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