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This is the Flow Key that is supplied with our Flow Frame packages.
If you would like to have a second Flow Key in your travel bee kit as well as your home kit, or you have just accidentally left it in a non-locatable place. This spare Flow Key will have you draining honey anywhere, anytime.
This Flow designed key features a bend not quite in the middle - so it forms a handle like bit for holding. It is made from metal, so is quite hard and not very bendy. It's used for opening and closing the cells in the Flow Frames so that the honey can drain out when it's harvesting time.
Dispatches in 1-2 business days. NOTE: NZ, Pacific islands, Asia and UAE have a 7 day dispatch time
NOTE: USA and Canada dispatch in 1-2 business days. All other countries have a 7 to 10 day dispatch time. See our shipping chart here.
Something big is coming… Flow Hive 2 Araucaria 7 Frame – limited stock
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING
Our first harvest of 2 frames. 11lbs of honey. We have never been so amazed at how easy it is using the flow hive. Filling jars with pure honey straight from the hive is not only easy but pure genius! No disturbing the bees and no processing of frames. We sold 25 jars to Family and Friends. Their astonishment of the taste was all we needed to know that we made the right decision in going with the flow hive!
Nine Mile Falls, WA
...my first harvest wild flower very yummy to date I have harvested 5 frames which gave me 17kg with one to go very happy
Completed construction today and all went well, you should be very pleased to know! No problems encountered and the instructions were very clear.
It looks great and I’m very impressed with the quality of production. Thanks again for a great product.
Nar Nar Goon, VIC, Australia
We absolutely love our Flow Hive here in Washington State. Thank you for such a great product. I have quite a few friends who are very interested in bees. I tell them "Flow is the only way to go!"