Two things: 1) Gives a good idea about weight of lifting the 80 l press basket and 2) That is the wrong way to empty a tilt bladder press (pretty hard on the bladder whacking it like that). Here is the right way (shown at about 2:30 min), which shows the whole point and efficiency of the tilt feature: [ame]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AvJyIlkn59E[/ame] By the way, the Zottel is also from Slovenia, like the Lanceman. And I am more familiar with the Zottel model, but they all pretty much work the same. In fact, most of the stainless steel wine equipment here in Hungary (you can check my bio -- American expat living in Hungary) is either Zottel or Inox. Sure thing. I said it was doable. I did not say it would be easy. FWIIW: 50 lbs is the weight of just one side of my basket press which I lift on and off 3 or 4 times a day during pressing. Then I got smart. Bought a small electric hoist and rotary hoist frame. A small 110 lb single line (220 lb double line) hoist and the frame combo will set you back about $120 at Amazon (about $60 each). And quite frankly, I keep finding things to use that hoist for. A good generic investment. I am even getting lazy, using it to move things as small as my 30 l demijohns. But... I see no handles on the Speidel basket, so some sort of strap would be needed, but how it would work, or if that is even worth the bother... Maybe not. Yes, so many decisions. I have a similar quandary, but just a bit larger in scale. One of the reasons I did not buy a bladder press yet is I really wonder if at least a 400 l model would be better. Long term planning indicates 250 is maybe just too small for what will start to roll into the winery once my newly planted vines reach maturity. The 400 l models cost about $6,000. But the work savings by fewer cleanings, reloading, in the long run may be worth it. Still thinking about it. I think that was my white wine bias coming out. Not so much the skins as the pulp, which is not much an issue with red wines fermented on their skin.