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    Darkroom Batons

    Make beautiful music for the eyes when printing with these competently designed dodging wands.
    A variety of shapes and sizes to cover most of your dodging needs
    The 8-piece set of lightweight and agile steel wands includes a magnetic wall hanger.

    $39 + $11 USPS shipping (USA)

    Reinhold

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    If the opinion of a customer matters, I really love this set. Bought it a few months ago and it replaced all the makeshift tools I had. The wands are not only really well made from the build quality, but they are obviously designed by someone who knows about the needs in a darkroom. Reinhold shipped the set all the way to Germany and they were extremely well packed and arrived in absolute perfect condition. Not affiliated, just a very happy customer!
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    Same here. I bought the set a while back, and all of my various shaped black paper dodgers and wires are long since gone.. Mounted on the wall near the bare bulb that I use to contact print with Lodima/Azo. The set is very well made. The different sizes of each "shape" make the implements easy to use. Simply take a test print and place such on a piece of acrylic. Take the shape of the dodger needed, and match the size you chose to the area to be dodged. No guess work at all.

    Elliot

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mahler_one View Post
    Same here. I bought the set a while back, and all of my various shaped black paper dodgers and wires are long since gone.. Mounted on the wall near the bare bulb that I use to contact print with Lodima/Azo. The set is very well made. The different sizes of each "shape" make the implements easy to use. Simply take a test print and place such on a piece of acrylic. Take the shape of the dodger needed, and match the size you chose to the area to be dodged. No guess work at all.

    Elliot
    +3...great product!

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    +4... love my set!

    -Brian

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    Another batch is ready to go...

    Reinhold

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    Love my set too, thanks Reinhold.
    J.
    I prefer it in the dark.

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    I just received my set. All this time and I didn't know that I couldn't live without these...
    "To have a fine idea is nothing special...But to develop the idea well and make something great of it, that is the hardest part--that is art!"
    Antonin Dvorak



 

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