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Samigon 120 Stainless Steel Reel

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Samigon 120 Stainless Steel Reel

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The Samigon Stainless Steel Developing Reels are made from unbreakable, satin-finish, stainless steel. They have a rigid core and cross braces that keep the reel aligned, with a clip that holds the film ends to make loading easy.

This reel holds 120 format film.

UPC: 049822533136
Packaging Info
Package Weight 0.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 3.5 x 3.5 x 3.0"

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Samigon120 Stainless Steel Reel
 
3.5

(based on 8 reviews)

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  • 5 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (1)

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    (2)

60%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easily cleaned (3)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Developing (3)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Semi-pro photographer (3)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (4)

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5.0

Perfecy

By Joe

from SoCal

Comments about Samigon 120 Stainless Steel Reel:

Works great. Just what I needed.

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5.0

Just what I needed!

By Joe

from SoCal

Comments about Samigon 120 Stainless Steel Reel:

Good reel, exactly as expected.

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4.0

Nice starter reel

By Akshay

from Philadelphia, PA

About Me Semi-pro Photographer

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Compact
  • Consistent Reactions
  • Easily Cleaned

Cons

  • Crude Steel Clip

Best Uses

  • Developing
  • Photography

Comments about Samigon 120 Stainless Steel Reel:

I used this reel to develop my first 120 film roll. I was able to load the roll without any difficulty. The clip in the middle is a bit crude and pokes into the film end. However, its the very end of the film so you don't lose anything and also film is much stronger than I thought! So it works alright.

I used it gives enough room for the developer to meet your film as against the plastic reel where I consistently see undeveloped borders and patches behind the lips because the developer never reaches the film there.

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5.0

Better than Plastic

By Adie

from Fredonia, NY

About Me Semi-pro Photographer

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Durable
  • Lightweight

Cons

  • Pricey

Best Uses

  • Darkroomdeveloping room

Comments about Samigon 120 Stainless Steel Reel:

I love 120 film, but I hate plastic tanks. Stainless Steel lives up the the wear and tear of my life as a student. I used my stainless steel for 35mm and I wanted to continue on with the 120 - it's so much easier and it'll last so much longer. Highly recommend if you plan on using 120 film for more than just a semester

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1.0

TERRIBLE

By Ansel

from vienna va

About Me Photo Enthusiast

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • None

Cons

  • Crooked
  • Poor Construction
  • Rusty

Best Uses

    Comments about Samigon 120 Stainless Steel Reel:

    [...]crooked and with rust on the bottom.. Don't buy it.. EVER.. its useless.

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    • No

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    4.0

    Good build, but takes a while to master

    By Jules

    from Singapore

    About Me Photo Enthusiast

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Consistent Reactions
    • Easily Cleaned

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Developing

      Comments about Samigon 120 Stainless Steel Reel:

      Perhaps it's just me, but I had difficulties with this reels during development of my first 3 rolls of film with this reel. Practice surely makes perfect but right now, I get parts of the film sticking to other parts of the film, resulting in areas that were totally not developed. I am sure I will pick it up and be perfectly flawless with the reeling in of film into this reel.

      It is well-built and sturdy, I don't see why not to get this. And it's kind on the wallet. Just keep in mind that if you are new to steel reels, you will need some time to master it.

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      • No

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      3.0

      Robust, but stiff

      By Dainius

      from Boston, MA

      About Me Semi-pro Photographer

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easily Cleaned

      Cons

      • Poor Construction

      Best Uses

      • Developing

      Comments about Samigon 120 Stainless Steel Reel:

      this is a very robust piece, easy to clean and dry. But the steel guides are a bit thin, and one has to be careful while loading the film. Also, the spring to hold the film at the core is tiny and very stiff, takes quite some practice to load the film properly

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      1.0

      Crooked reel

      By Jason

      from Tucson, AZ

      Comments about Samigon 120 Stainless Steel Reel:

      I spent a good deal of time trying to get my film onto thisreel, but the film lead was always falling off the reel.This was my first time spooling 120 film, so I thought thatthis was my fault (I'm comfortable spooling 35mm). Ieventually gave up. After coming out of the dark, I lookedat the reel and discovered my problem: the reel wasridiculously crooked. The spot where my lead kept fallingoff was where the top of the reel was sloping away from thebottom. This reel is going to the garbage can.

      Problems Encountered: It's really crooked

      Previous Equivalent Items Owned: Variety of 35mm SS reels

      Items I Recommend: a different, non-crooked reel

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