Yankee Clipper II Roll Film Daylight Developing Tank

Yankee Clipper II Roll Film Daylight Developing Tank

Yankee Clipper II Roll Film Daylight Developing Tank

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Yankee Clipper II Roll Film Daylight Developing Tank

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  • Supports Multiple Roll Film Sizes
  • One Roll/5-15oz of Chemistry
  • Rotary Style Agitation
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The Yankee Clipper II Roll Film Daylight Developing Tank comes with an adjustable rapid-load reel for use with film sizes ranging from 110 to 220, including 35mm 16mm, and 120 (among others). This tank permits daylight development of one roll of film at a time with a capacity of 5-15 ounces of chemicals.

Included with the tank is an agitating post (non-inversion agitation is recommended with this tank), a loading test strip, and instructions.

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Yankee Clipper II Roll Film Daylight Developing Tank
  • Developing Tank
  • Adjustable Reel
  • Agitation Post
  • Daylight Lid
  • Loading Test Strip
  • Instructions
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    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.7 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.5 x 6.3 x 6.0"
    Clipper II Roll Film Daylight Developing Tank is rated 3.1 out of 5 by 14.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not at all bad, the one you need for 110 I use this tank with the C-41 press kit when developing both 35mm and 110 film. I struggled mightily with the steel reels of my other tank, as I have trouble using the center clip with large hands. Skinny fingers, mind, but I still don't have the space I need. Enter this tank, with an easy to use reel. Very smooth to load in my darkbag, though it isn't machined perfectly. The reel isn't as smooth as the Paterson, and the agitator isn't a perfect fit. That said, I think this one is underrated, especially at this price. For anyone looking to develop 110 film, this is the one you need.
    Date published: 2013-02-05
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Mediocre Ruined first two rolls of 110 film as this tank is not lightproof. Have to develop in near darkness of kitchen to avoid light leak into the tank. Reel is flimsy. Very difficult to load film onto the reel. Drain hole is small. Takes about 17-18 seconds to drain tank if using 180 ml of chemicals, covering the reel for 110 film. Must factor this time into various steps. Overall this gets the job done but a very popular competing model is much higher in quality and ease of use, but its reel does not collapse down to 110 size. Therefore this Yankee Clipper II system becomes a tank and reel of last resort, not first choice.
    Date published: 2018-02-01
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from You get what you pay for I was recently looking for an inexpensive developing tank so I gave this one a try. First of all, I knew right away taking it out of the box that it was fairly low quality. The label and directions looked like they were photocopied in somebody's basement. The reel is also pretty flimsy. Anyway, I gave it a try, developing a roll of 35 mm B+W. It basically did the job, but it was VERY leaky (if it leaks liquid, how can it be a daylight tank?). I doubt it is truly able to keep out all light leaks. The lid is also quite loose. Anyway, if you are a lomographer who doesn't care too much about pro quality negatives, and you have a very low budget, this should be sufficient for you. If you are a bit more discriminating, pay the extra money and get a Paterson tank.
    Date published: 2014-04-13
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from It depends why you want it I bought it to do 16mm film. It does do that. It has many issues.....flimsy to the point where the spool can lift apart and let the film float. The spinner jest doesn't fit right....shake the tank instead. Pouring the liquids out takes a long time....factor that into your dev times. It does do 16mm......and that's what I wanted. But a 3d printer could have made a much better product.....
    Date published: 2015-12-28
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Developing Tank This tank has been in production for years and I believe it's the only one still being produced that works for 110 pocket film. I've also used it for 35mm. It will also do 120 and 220 film, though I have not used it for these films. The construction is not the best, it is leaky, but all of the tanks I've used leak. One thing that many people miss is that it comes with an empty plastic thermometer holder. Many people throw this away but this is supposed to be used to agitate the film as per the directions that nobody bothers to read.
    Date published: 2016-03-20
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from kinda Rough But As Long As It Works I'm still shooting 110 films and wanting to develope the films myself. Not many tanks out there compatible for 110 film. This one works for 110, 120 and 135 films with adjustable reel. Still, the product is rough finished, looking a bit like it's been produced by low tech machine. But, as long as it serves the purpose, I don't really dislike it.
    Date published: 2014-07-15
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Does the job, but very poor quality I recently purchased this item because I was looking for a very inexpensive developing tank. I gave this one a try. Right away, I could tell it was a classic case of you get what you pay for. The tank label and instructions look like they were done on the fly at a local copy shop. I ran one roll of B+W 35 mm through this. It did the job, but the top of the tank is very leaky. Even when I tried to be careful, developer still went everywhere. It was very messy. There is not really a seal on the cover. Which makes me wonder...if this is a daylight tank, why is is so loose? If it leaks liquid so badly, is it really light safe? If you are a beginner who just wants something cheap and simple, this is for you. But I would suggest paying a few extra dollars to get something a bit more sturdy and rugged.
    Date published: 2014-04-27
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from you get what you pay for. I really love that this has the ability to develop a variety of sizes but it's horribly made. The thermometer wasn't even in the clear piece it should have been enclosed in. Loading the film is a pain compared to other reels I've used and the tank leaks. There is also no way to seal it while developing which makes agitation messy. I have developed 3 rolls of film with it though.
    Date published: 2013-04-07
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