Adorama Stainless Steel Film Developing Reel For 120 Size Film

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Adorama Stainless Steel Film Developing Reel For 120 Size Film Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Thanks for making the item available

The reel works fine. I usually find that these types of reels are easy to load, but had some difficulties when using a changing bag.
It would be easier to use if one were in a dark room rather than using a changing bag, because it is difficult to insert the film correctly and keep the film curved while rolling it into the reel.
jsmandolin at Adorama on 06/06/2012

good for the money.

its inexpensive, which i like. the quality is o.k. not top of the line for sure. i'm not blowing tons of rolls through it every week, so its fine for me. i just couldn't see spending $30-40.00 on a reel. i think the people who gave bad reviews don't know how to load a stainless reel. or they got a bad batch.
seesnbnw at Adorama on 01/01/2011

Hard worker

Found these easy to use. Good product for the dollar investmetn. Works well with all produsts I use.
Prof Z at Adorama on 05/05/2009

Negative Reviews:

These reels are useless

I bought two of these reels today, I'm returning them both tomorrow. I went ahead and bought them thinking they might still be usable. No such luck. I sacrificed an unused roll of film to test them out and was completely unable to load film onto either of them. These things are garbage -- buy them only if you want to ruin your film and lose the shots you worked very hard to get.
Ditmas Park Photog at Adorama on 01/01/2011

These are junk!!

Save your money and buy Hewes reels or something comparable that is made out of thicker wire. These are completely worthless. The wire that they are made of is smaller making it nearly impossible to feed the film onto the reel without it slipping out of the grooves. I can't even load them in the light while I'm watching what I'm doing and I'm no rookie!
Shayne at Adorama on 12/12/2009

These are junk!!

I only have two 120 reels and wanted two more so my g/f got me two of these for Christmas. They are absolutely worthless. The gauge of the wire is too small making it nearly impossible to feed the film onto the reel correctly. My other two reels are made from noticeably heavier wire and they work perfect. Spend the extra money and get good reels.
SB at Adorama on 12/12/2009

It's a piece of junk. Go with Hewes reel

This reel is a piece of junk. I finally gave up trying to use it. The center clip is too small to hold the film. The spirals are not large enough diameter to guide the film on the reel. Go with the Hewes reel instead.
mocrab at Adorama on 01/01/2009