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    Although the Jobo Expert drums are wonderful to use, many people use the BTZS tube system and swear by it. It is definitely a (much) cheaper alternative, and you could build your own.

    I was always wondering on how to bundle 5-10 of those tubes together in a similar fashion as the Expert drums. The thin walls of the Expert drums have a benefit for temperature uniformity, but for (near) room-temperature processing that may not be an issue.

    Honestly, I still can't get past the irony how a plastic drum like the 3010 sells north of $400.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FritsM View Post
    Honestly, I still can't get past the irony how a plastic drum like the 3010 sells north of $400.
    It seems ridiculous, but after you see how they are made, and what they actually look like inside, it starts making sense, and they are no longer just a plastic drum.
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    jobo 3010 drum

    I'm going to buy the 3010 drum. However am I reading in some forums that you don't want to use HC110 developer? I mix mine as I need it.

    Thanks
    lexG

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