“Scrub-a-dub-dub” = Record Cleaning Machines (Updated)

Yes, the company is back, Nitty Gritty.
Nitty Gritty 1.0

Nitty Gritty Record Master

M1.5

M2.5

2.5 Fi-XP

Mini Pro

 

Okki Nokki

http://www.okkinokki.com/
Built-in safety features prevent fluid being sucked into the vacuum motor and the turntable motor overheating.
Cool running turntable motor allows for hours of use, no need for noisy fans.
Comes complete with record cleaning fluid and goat hair brush.
Auto shut-off should the user forget to drain down reservoir.
Forward and reverse motor for ‘scrubbing’ action.
Vacuum tubes for 10″ and 7″ records available.
Quiet vacuum motor. (Not as quiet as you might think). Vacuums from top.

Record Dr V

This RCM has actually been around a long time. Obviously manufactured in China (as are many RCMs) it all but disappeared from the market for a time not too long ago. Now it is back with Record Doctor V. (That’s 5 in roman numerals). This is a vacuum RCM for $200! It is all manual, but has a built-in vacuum. Vacuums from the bottom. It is not dissimilar in design or function from the Nitty Gritty units only at a fraction of the cost. In my opinion, if it were my money, I’d get a Record Doctor over a Nitty Gritty in a New York minute. Just my opinion.
Here is what Michael Fremer has to say: https://www.analogplanet.com/content/record-doctor-v-vacuum-cleaning-machine-lets-your-fingers-do-walking 
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