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Old April 13th, 2012 Apr 13, 2012 11:58:28 AM -   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone know any differences between the 4HPAC vs hp3801 Sunie Heat press models? I can't seem to find any reviews on the 4HPAC but found a few for the HP3801.

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The 3801 seems to be a package deal and has more heating elements...or so the description reads
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I got an answer from the Sunie company that said "The 4HPAC comes with a better machine and some material. The main different of the machine is the 4HPAC machine has central pressure adjustment, but the HP3801 is not. Thanks."

What do you think they mean by central pressure adjustment? Does that just mean you can adjust the overall pressure?
 
 
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Probably means that the pressure knob is in the center of the heating element instead of in the rear housing.
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Is there much of a difference with where the pressure knob is located?
 
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Our machines are engineered with the knob in the middle of the heating element for more even pressure distribution.
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