By Jeff Dorgay
We’ve used a lot of record cleaning machines over the last 40 years, but the Degritter tops our list. It’s efficient, quiet, easy to use, and very stylish. You can get one in black or silver.
And after a solid year of record cleaning, robustly built as well. With three separate cleaning modes, the throughput is excellent.
Our publisher and a few staffers use the Degritter to excellent result, and this is the one se suggest to our readers and friends with large record collections.
by Paul Rigby
The Audiophile Man
Standards are created and are made to be improved upon. The Degritter has done just that. If you can afford it, get it. The sonic improvements are akin to a major component upgrade. More so, in fact. Frankly, the Degritter is the best record cleaning machine you can buy. Nothing else can touch it which is why I have no choice but to award the Degritter a very rare Golden Groovy, perfect score.
by Jimmy Hughes
I appreciate how gentle it is and how simple to use. You can clean valuable, highly collectable discs secure in knowing they won’t get marked or damaged. It’s great just to press a button and have an LP cleaned/dried to a high standard with no fuss or drama in only a few minutes.
by Lee Dunkley
The Degritter automatic record cleaning machine does a remarkably thorough job and is one of the most sophisticated models we’ve seen. It’s a great addition to any vinyl collection.
by Christiaan Punter
Degritter is a must-have for everyone who values their vinyl collection. Granted, it is not cheap, but it is an investment that pays off with every record that you play. Seriously, the effect is so immense that you won’t want to play unwashed albums ever again!
by Robert Harley
The Absolute Sound
The Degritter was easy to use, has many sophisticated features, appears well built, and delivered on all the promises of ultrasonic LP cleaning. It’s also priced about a thousand dollars below the competition, making it a solid recommendation.