The Buck Boiler
Best Customer Service
Bought this in early novemeber. I did 15 skulls in it and the bottom of the bucket cracked. Called On Time Feeders up (makers of the Buck Boiler) and complianed. They were great. They asked me to email them a copy of my recepit and within three days of calling them I had a brand new Buck Boiler sitting on my porch. Best customer service I have ever experienced. Now for how the product works. Some times it takes a little longer too boil every now and again. I sit this in my garage and keep it out of the cold to help it keep up to temp. This seems to help and I would recomend following the instructions. Over all a great product.
January 5, 2013
Buck Boiler worked great
I used this product on three deer heads and I have to say it worked great. If you follow the instructions, you should have no trouble coming up with a great and affordable mount. I did have to spray the remnants off the skull when I was done but it was really no trouble at all. I started all three heads in the morning with lows in the 20's and finished up around 14 hours later. You do need to add water throughout the day and try to get it as hot as possible. I used a device on my sink that gives my near boiling water on demand which I am sure helps. Awesome product that has already paid for itself for me!
December 5, 2012
Bolied 2 skulls last year. Bucket did as advertised !
pulled it this year to do a skull; Ran it for 2 days before noticing water was barely warm and tissue still far from removal. Called manufacturer; 65.00 for replacement electrode or send it in for repair?
Rep. mentioned average usage was from 6 to 8 skulls . So expect to be buying replacement units!
March 10, 2014
The buck boiler rocks
i used to spend hours over that pan scraping meat off the skull so i bought this to see how it worked. pluged it in dropped a skull in to it went out there ever 2 to 3 hours added a little bit of hot water to the bucket after six hours pulled the skull out and almost all the meat was gone. and it still had half the neck on it when i put it in. it took longer then 12 hours but i had just skinned the hide off. didnt cut any of the big chucks of meat or anything. the 2nd one i did i got most of the big junks of meat off before i put it in there 6 hours the skull was clean of all meat!
December 19, 2010