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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.
Flow is still delivering spring hive supplies to most regions. Please contact support if you have any questions
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING
Within 2 days of the harvest, the bees had removed the cappings and resealed the cell walls with wax, ready for the next batch of honey. My husband is so delighted, that he does not want to extract honey by any method other than Flow frames in the future!
Southern California, USA
Such a fabulous venture. Kudos to you!
We have 2 of your hives now (my Dad has one as well) and just love, love what it has added to our lives.
Kate S VIC, Australia
We really love having the flow hive and how it brings so many people together. Mild winter in Brisbane Australia (Coorparoo) has allowed us to harvest 6kg over the last month from 2 frames. All remaining frames appear to be full also. We have now taken over 40kg since we started robbing in January. Has been a real success and the hive is thriving.
Coorparoo, QLD, Australia
It has been really exciting to be included in the first automatic honey-harvesting device in history. I am really proud of what the Andersons have achieved. Cedar gave me the first jar of honey ever harvested in this way and it is still in my pantry, too precious to be eaten. Congratulations, you two.