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I'm looking into buying a potter's wheel of my own. I've meandered about the internet trying to research which wheels are best for my buck ($600 is my absolute limit), but I have no leads. If you know of a brand or style or even a feature that is a definite plus on a potter's wheel, could you please clue me in.

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By Mariah from Las Vegas, NV

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June 25, 20100 found this helpful

I bought mine for $100 on Craigslist, give it a try!

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June 30, 20100 found this helpful

Ooh good idea, Craigslist.
But I still need to know what kind of wheel I should look into.
I know that in sewing, Bernina is a top of the line brand. In purses it's Gucci, and in tennis shoes it's Nike. Is there a "top of the line" brand in potter's wheels?

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