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CD-3800 (A) (D3800A) Digital Ultrasonic for Jewelry, Eyeglass, and Dentures Cleaner, 110V
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- Stainless Steel container Dimensions: 5.4"L x 3.6" W x 2.1" H
- Digital display with 5 Preset Cleaning Modes for easy and precise control
- Weight: 2.2 Pounds easy to carry for any household
- Light weight with Dimensions: 8.2"L x 5.8" W x 5.4" H
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This professional ultrasonic cleaner (Model CD3800) will work really well for a wide range of products including jewelry, eyeglasses, toothbrushes and dental tools. This powerful 42,000 Hz ultrasonic frequency wave provides an efficient cleaning solution without adding chemical detergent. The extra safety will be guaranteed by enclosed and water proof container design. This cleaner provides a stainless steel tank with a 1 pint (600ml) liquid capacity to accommodate a wide range of item such as jewelry, eyeglasses and dental items. This cleaner provides 5 preset digital cleaning cycles for easy and precise cleaning time control. This digital timer display will show you cleaning progress under any circumstance even at night time environment. Ultrasonic Cleaning will take place with an assistance of ultrahigh frequency sound waves (Hz) which is generated by ultrasonic plate underneath of cleaning machine. This ultrasonic source plate will generate a lot of ultrasonic bubbles which will create a high energy cleaning effect to remove debris and dirt completely from the surface of jewelry and eyeglasses items. With the assistance of ultrasonic wave, the whole surface of your precious item will be deeply cleaned.
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January 16, 2012 Update: The unit stopped working entirely a few weeks ago. Luckily, the warranty had about a month left on it, so I contacted the company. To their credit, they offered to send me a new unit once I returned the original one to them (at their expense). I'll post an update after I get the new unit and use it.
I was amazed at the quality of construction of the unit and how well it worked in keeping my dentures clean and white. The unit works fantastic and does all and more then I expected. I can not say more beyond what I have already stated other then if you are looking for such a unit, I believe there is none that can match the New Trent CD-3800 Ultrasonic machine. Sincerely Jim Carney
For the dentures it sucks about the only way to get them really clean is using bleach and running about 6-8 full cycles, for my jewelery (bracelet, chain and ring) it works great a few drops of soap and warm water and in 1-2 full cycles they come out shinny.
After reading previous reviewers trouble with water on the bottom damaging the electronics I took care not to pour the water out in the first few uses and I was able to use it about 3 times with no issues, as I got more comfortable I pour the water out twice and it stopped working after the second time !@$%, while loosening the first screw in the bottom to check it out water staring pouring out, I'm guessing about a third of a cup, once I finish taking it a part I found the whole bottom of the electronics board corroded and wet I tried blow drying it and cleaning it with a brush but nothing to it it would not turn on. The unit is not sealed and the water leaks into the bottom of the unit when you tilt it to pour liquids out. Did I said !@$% already.
Like a reviewer wrote previously you get what you pay for.
About the only way that I see using this for a while is emptying the water from the bowl with a small container and finishing cleaning it with a sponge or paper towels, drilling a few small holes on the bottom and also staying a bit under the water mark to avoid accidental spillage.
This unit comes with a white plastic basket to place your items in. The basket has a round area in the center with smaller holes to place tiny earrings and other very small objects so they won't fall through when you lift it out. It also comes with an arch shaped piece for inserting post earrings and holding waterproof watches. I also use this piece to hang slender chains so they won't tangle when cleaning several items at once.
I use a jeweler's loop to check jewelry prior to and after cleaning, and despite being very quiet it is quite powerful and does a great job removing grime and leaving jewelry sparkling. I usually run the unit 2-3 times as recommended for jewelry and once for glasses. I can fit 2 pair of reading glasses into this unit. I have cleaned jewelry, eyeglasses, sunglasses, coins, CD's, an electric shaver head, razors, and small porcelain statues - all with wonderful results.
I would recommend using Dawn or Palmolive dish liquid mixed with warm water for best cleaning results, and always check to make sure items are safe to be cleaned in an ultrasonic cleaner. If cleaning only diamonds and/or gold, mix a bit of ammonia into warm water with your dish liquid - this is what my jeweler uses and suggests.
Place a dry cloth against the side as you empty any cleaner - this prevents water from dripping down and seeping into the circuit board.
I've been very pleased with the results of this model, and recommend this unit not only for jewelry, but cleaning many other items as well.
UPDATE: 10 months of regular use and still working very well. I noted some people are having problems cleaning certain items. A sonic cleaner, unless it is a truly professional model - that which a jeweler would use, cannot remove long-term built-up dirt or scum. This would require manual cleaning with a soft brush or cloth first (if item is not too delicate) or a professional cleaning by a jeweler. While labeled as a professional unit, this is an affordable home model.
I would stress again, please check an online listing for stones and settings that are safe to use in a sonic cleaner, or ask your jeweler.
After rinsing in a tightly closed sink you can place your jewelry on white tissue paper (the type gifts are wrapped in) to dry - it is very lint free. You can also use a flat piece, not crumpled, to dry the top of your stones, preventing water droplet marks.
Also, please do not put your fingers in any sonic cleaner while running.
I continue to find this sonic cleaner perfect for maintenance cleaning.
Addendum 2-2-12: My review is based on the model CD-2800 (see review above). The cleaner advertised as of 2/2012 is model CD7810 as stated in the Product Description (I just noticed this). The cleaner also looks quite different. I cannot comment on this model as I did not purchase it. I do not know why my review is with this model.