Has anyone tried this?

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    Question #1 : no
    Question #2 : yes
     
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    Do most people prefer then to use a larger amount of chemicals than what is offered in this kit?

    This kit seems to simplify everything.
    According to the Kodak PUB, a user can get up to 900 rolls of 135-24 exposures.

    Why go through the pain of getting Bleach I, II and (now discontinued I think) III. Fixers, replentishers, etc. . What am I missing here? It seems to good(UH OH) to be true!
     
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    It is... (too good to be true for the small home lab)
    That kit is for a minilab using replenishment and there is a F2 cartridge kit also.

    I think the F1 does NOT include all the components (Flexicolor Developer Replenisher and starter, Bleach, and Fixer.

    When I was researching this you needed both the F1 and the F2 cartridge kits and that was after you had seasoned chemicals already.
     
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    Got it! Thanks for the replies.
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