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    I have been looking at digital process thermometers, such as the one offered by Calumet, with a probe on a 10' tether. The $120-140 price tag seems high, and I'm wondering if anyone out there has found an alternative in, for instance, a scientific supply house.

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    Go to Kitchen places adn buy it there. Usually 10 to 12 inches long probe and about 30 smakeroos.

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    Hey, wait a minute isn't this an analog forum? And wouldn't you use a digital thermometer in a digital darkroom?
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    you can try Edmund Scientific, they carry all kinds of lab equipment.
    http://www.scientificsonline.com

    I have one made by Kaiser, can't remember price but i don't think it was that expensive
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    bhphoto.com in the darkroom section lists four or five different digital thermometers. The fanciest is the Kaiser with a separate probe for about $70.
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    I can recommend the Ilford DT30. Retails for about £120 but can be acquired used for alot less

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    I use a generic thermo I bought at a photo store for $20, works like a charm, and if I ever break it, I can replace it for next to nothing. I can't see why I would need to spend over $100 on one.
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    I did this once tonight. somehow the list never posted my reply. Bed Bath and Beyond is where I got my digi therm. 17or 18 dollars. waterproof and works like a charm I also have a zone 6 compensating timer so with in reason that timer will take over.

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