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Lyman Turbo Tumbler 2200 Auto-Flo (115-Volt)

4.6 out of 5 stars 28 customer reviews
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  • Holds up to 750 38 spl cases
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Product Description

The ultimate in case cleaning convenience, Lyman's Auto-Flo Enhanced Tumblers automatically separate clean cases from media using the unit's normal vibrating motion. When cases are clean, the user simply pulls the drain plug and the media drains from the exit port into the media drain pan (included). The 2200 features a high strength "Ultra-Thick" Roto Molded bowl which will last as long as you own your tumbler. The 1.5 gallon capacity is ideal for the large volume user and can clean 750 38 Special cases in one cycle. The 2200 also features a clear see-thru lid for inspecting cases during cleaning. A media drain pan is also included.

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  • Shipping Weight: 10.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B000NTIFNM
  • Item model number: 7631601
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #311,653 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)

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It works as advertised. I originally thought I would not use the Auto-Flo feature very much, but I am finding that directly removing 95 percent of the media into a bucket prior to transferring the finished cases to my rotary media separator is less messy. But make no mistake ... the Auto-Flo function will NOT remove all of the media, and the rotatory separator is still needed to get those last bits and the media dust.
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... they had a second bowl available for this model without the drain holes. I bought this (and it's great; very useful and does a great job!) thinking I'd be using smaller tumbling media -- however to get the finish I need (on aluminum parts) I ended up using the green triangles Raytech 41-310 Triangles Ceramic Media, 90 lbs/cu ft Density, 5/16" x 7/8" Size, 20lbs Weight -- which work great, but just clog up the drain holes... (they're too big to fit through).

I had tried "lizard bedding" (ground walnut shells); and rice (actual rice); and rice mixed with lizard bedding; which, if I leave the parts in for 18-20 hours AFTER using the triangles, does seem to add a nice but barely noticeable burnishing to the parts (and so, not really worth the time), but I had to move up to the triangles to get a good first finish. And this finish is just pre-anodizing, to get the machining marks off the body. And oh lordie! On smaller parts with threaded screwholes -- that lizard bedding and rice was WAY too muich work to pry out of the holes! NOT doing that again!

Lyman answered my email on their site (a month+ later?! And after two more reminder emails?!) letting me know that they do NOT have a bowl to fit this unit without the drain holes. So I ended up using good old duct tape to block the drain holes! That is SO not optimal -- because now there is a 'permanent' set of triangles 'stuck' in the drain holes (and, I assume, the aluminum dust that falls past them onto the tape? I haven't yet removed the tape to replace it.
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I replace a 20 year old 2500 turbo tumbler. This one is so quiet, I can use in inside and it only hums quietly. Yet I can still use the Turbo 2500 bowel on the new 2200. Great physical size and with the bottom attachment, makes it very easy to remove the aggregate cleanly and simply.
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I bought this tumbler because I had a Lyman 1200 that lasted 32 years before it finally croaked. You need to be aware that the bowl on this tumbler is TWO separate pieces. If you use extremely fine media, the two halves have to be REALLY tightly bolted to the motor unit to prevent any dust from escaping from between the halves. Like others have said, you will NOT get all the media out of your cases (when using the media exit port) and in order to change your media you will need to separate the two halves to get all the old stuff out. Personally, I don't care for the time it takes to wait for the media to flow out of the exit port. My process is to NOT remove the bowl at all, but to pick up the entire tumbler and dump the contents into a media separator, which works far better and is faster. That makes the new ability to drain the media completely worthless to me. I'd rather have a regular one-piece bowl.

All that being said, the tumbler works as advertised. It's quieter than my 1200 was, and it seems to vibrate better, although that could be because my 1200 was over 30 years old. I like the clear lid and it does seal better than the older opaque lid. What's interesting is, when I look at the motor, it doesn't look any bigger or different than the one on my old tumbler! It could very well be more powerful; I don't know. Sure looks the same, just with a bigger base. One nice addition is a push button on-off switch, so I didn't have to wire one up myself. It also holds double the load of the older/smaller 1200.
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The Lyman Turbo Tumbler 2200 does a great job. I throw all my brass in it after each shooting session, so I mix all sort of calibers (maybe not the most effective, but it's how I do it).

It is very quiet (I can't hear it running in my basement), big enough for a lot of brass, and easy to empty the polishing media once you pull the drain plug.

I find that 2-3 hours using Lyman Reloading Tumbler Media Tufnut (3-Pounds) has given me great results.
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This tumbler does a nice job and is well-made. The acrylic top is a nice feature (so you can see the tumbling operation without opening the top), but don't over-tighten the wing-nut else you'll risk cracking the top (don't ask me how I know this!). The Auto-Flow drain plug is a wonderful feature that allows you to separate media from casings when done tumbling. This works well. Simply stir the contents with your hand while letting the unit continue to run with the drain plug removed, and within a minute or so (gets noisy as media is emptied!), all media will be separated. When running (and lid secured), the unit is reasonably quiet. Anti-skid feet prevent it from walking as it vibrates. Some users have complained of dust or small particles that leaks from the seal where the bowl sits on the base. I simply took a strip of weather strip adhesive and applied along this seam to prevent any dust or particles from escaping (even without this 'mod', only the most tiny dust-like particles could escape, so it's certainly not something to cause concern).
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