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SIMPLKOMB In-hive Solution

Innovation at work!

SimplKomb is an in-hive solution to comb honey production without all the other parts and pieces. Let your bees build delicious comb honey right in the consumer package.



Traditional cut comb honey packaging methods guarantee a sticky mess and a loss of honey. SimplKomb keeps that liquid gold intact and your production mess-free. Take your comb honey straight from your hives to your shelves—or enjoy it yourself! We even beat those crystalline packages by a cost savings of $0.50 per package on average.



Investing in a comb honey production system before SimplKomb would cost you at least $130 as a new buyer—and that only fills one super! You can fill one super with SimplKomb by purchasing one single pack for only $80.00, saving you between $0.50 and $1.50 per serving and giving you the potential for 10x your investment. SimplKomb fits into the most common medium frames you already own with ease, letting your bees get to work!



The other comb honey production kits produce 32 to 40 sellable packages for retail. With SimplKomb, you get 80 sellable packages. Just fold, wax, and snap SimplKomb cassettes into your frames. Kick back while your bees build that delicious comb honey right in the package. When you’re ready to harvest, simply remove SimplKomb from your frames, flip the lids closed, and snap each serving apart. Once you affix your branded sticker to the top and decide on a price, SimplKomb is ready for sale!

Less hassle. More sales. SIMPL!

Watch as creator and founder Mick Fry shows us how easy this one-and-done system to make comb honey really is!


Step-by-Step Installation and Waxing Process:

  • Begin by flexing the hinge of the SimplKomb cassette 5-6 times to soften it, making it more malleable.
  • Place the cassette on a flat surface with the cup facing down and fold the lid over the top until it snaps firmly into place.
  • Align the rib or bar on the lower edge of the cassette with the lower wooden bar of your medium frame, starting at a 45-degree angle.
  • Press firmly on the cassette to snap it into place, ensuring a secure interference fit that will hold the cassette firmly within the frame.
  • Repeat the process for another cassette on the opposite side of the frame, ensuring both are snapped in securely.
  • To prepare for waxing, use a frying pan with two wax blocks, preferably from your own apiary. Heat the blocks gently and apply the melted wax heavily onto the cassette, ensuring thorough coverage.
  • Install the waxed cassettes into your bee box, positioning them tightly together from the middle towards the outer edges.
  • Use follower boards or fully drawn combs on the outside of the frames to maintain proper bee space and encourage correct comb building.
  • Once the frames are full, use a bee escape to remove bees from the super or remove individual frames as needed.
  • Unsnap and rotate the lids of the filled cassettes to secure the honey, preparing them for harvest.
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