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11/9 w/ 4" Flip Door & Analog GS Controller - Jen-Ken

4 Reviews
SKU: JK119A
$700.00
$875.00 Retail
$175.00 Savings

Details

The 11/9 with Analog GS controller and 4" flip door is great for lampworking and can be converted for fusing and slumping by using the brick plug in the flip door. This kiln comes standard with the Analog GS controller.

 

Specifications:

- Warranty: Two Year Limited Warranty

- Max Temp: 1500° F | 816° C

- Voltage: 120

- Amps: 13

- Watts: 1560

- Cordset: Nema 5-15R

- Controller: Analog GS

- Kiln Type: Top Loading

- Sides: 6

 

Chamber Dimensions:

- Width: 11.0″ - 279mm

- Depth: 11.0″ - 279mm

- Height: 9″ - 229mm

- Ship Size: 25.0″W x 25.0″D x 20.0″H | 640W x 640D x 508H mm

Ratings & Reviews

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Perfect first kiln

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This is my first kiln and I couldn't be happier with it. The analog controller was easy to figure out and I haven't had any trouble maintaining the heat I need. The 4" door allows me to keep a lot of prep hot and now I can make bigger pieces than I have in the past. Great kiln and doesn't break the bank.

Kiln

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This is my second kiln. I had a larger 240v and wanted something I can plug into a standard outlet. This model is great I love it, it's big enough to work larger pieces comes with a nice shelf an a few other extras. It has a door larger then other models.If your not sure what kiln you should get. This one is a excellent choice an priced right you will not be disappointed!

Solid

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Easy to work, comes with some shelving options, plugs right into a 120v outlet, does the job and gives you plenty of room to work, it's the sweet spot between size and price.

It gets hot, but not great for annealing cycles

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There isn't much wrong with this kiln for what it's supposed to be. I mark down 1 star for the difficulty of finding the specific temperature you want with the analog dial since it's not in degrees but on a number scale so it takes some experimenting. If you're using it to run an annealing cycle I HIGHLY suggest you pay the extra money for a digital controlled kiln. It may be a couple hundred more, but to buy the separate controller later is another hundred on top of that. This is a difficult kiln to run an annealing cycle on as you have to find the sweet spot for every degree setting you want plus you have to adjust it on the cycle schedule. A very basic kiln. It gets hot just fine, but its not great for annealing cycles.