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Checkout our Flow Hive bundles (and save!)
save up to US $193
Checkout our Flow Hives—a world-first self-harvesting beehive with revolutionary patented Flow Frame technology.  
from US $499.00
Already a beekeeper & have a brood box humming? Checkout our Flow Supers.
from US $339.00


2016 Good Design Award of the Year.

Less labour, more love

Turn the Flow Key and watch as pure, fresh honey flows right out of the hive and into your jar. No mess, no fuss, no heavy lifting, and no expensive processing equipment.

Through the clear end-frame view, you can see when the honey is ready without opening up the hive. The extraction process is so gentle, the bees barely notice at all. Our revolutionary Flow system makes the extraction process far less stressful for the bees and so much easier for the beekeeper.

Our online shop is open for Flow Hive, Frames & Accessories, enter the shop here.


  • Greetings from denmark. You did it - now we know it works. We just did the first harvest last weekend. Harvesting approx 10 kg honey.

    The only thing was that it didn't last for longer because it was so funny and a great joy that we have looked forward to for a long time. We even kept a close eye on the frame close to the inspection window and was surprised to see NOTHING happening when we opened the cells..

    Britta & Jens


  • We've taken 33 pounds of honey in two harvests in the first three weeks of the season from just four Flow frames here in Northern California.

    It's been a wet year, so the flora is rich. It takes bees a long time to engage virgin Flow frames. But once they do, they're bringing it in!

    Our Northern California honey is light, golden, and slightly citrusy. They're getting it from blackberries, lavender, and other local plants. We're expecting more than 180 pounds our three Flow Light hives this year.

    B Kruse

    California, USA

  • I've kept bees before so I have a general idea of what's involved, and like so many people, I've hated disrupting their cosy home and having to kill so many bees to get at the honey.
    I have a million thank yous to the man and his dad for building these hives.
    Sheesh, I'm crying again. It's just so wonderful.

    Heather G.

    Victoria, Australia

  • My mentor asked me to help with his 1st Flow Hive harvest.
    He has been a bee keeper for 38 years and was very skeptical about the Flow Hive's. After seeing my Flow Hive working so well, he decided to purchase one as well.
    To say the least, he is very happy with how it does not bother the bee's  and such little cleanup involved since you don't need to use conventional extraction methods.
    So if he can convert to Flow Hives, anyone can.

    Steven D.

    Vermont, USA

FlowÂŽ Hive
“the beekeeper’s dream”…

Many years ago, I went down to one of my beehives, which I knew was a pretty wild hive, so I put on the bee veil and pressed the gaffer tape back on the mesh that covered the rips in it. I put on my gloves and fired up the smoker and blew plenty of smoke into the hive. When I opened the lid my suspicions were confirmed. The bees weren’t happy about being disturbed.

The hive was packed with bees and it was near impossible to get the honey out without squashing lots of them. The bees became grumpier and started to sting me through my beekeeper suit. I put the hive back together as quickly as I could, squashing more bees as the lid went on and ended up running away across the field, thinking, “There has to be a better way!”

So, my Dad Stuart and I set to work on a decade long task of inventing the beekeeper’s dream. We are so happy to say that now you can harvest the honey with virtually no disturbance to the bees. It’s a dream come true for us and we are actually quite surprised ourselves at just how well our Flow™ Frames work. After a decade of work, it’s so exciting to be finally bringing our Flow™ hive invention to the world. CEDAR ANDERSON