iSonic D3800A Digital Ultrasonic for Jewelry, Eyeglass, and Dentures Cleaner, 110V
- 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.
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.
Cheaply made machine with incomplete instructions on settings, cleaning times, etc. I tried it on the simplest item to clean and it took repeated attempts to partially clean just a watch band. The tank size is very small and you have to wedge things like glasses and watches in there. When I tried glasses - I am not exaggerating when I say they came out worse than when they went in. Each time they had a film on them which took a separate and longer than normal cleaning by hand.
The item comes from a company named New Trent but you will find that when you go onto their website there is not even a mention of this product. Moreover there is absolutely no customer service or support.
I am returning and buying an item from a company truly in this business.
Using distilled water only, I noticed a slight improvement in the appearance of the coins (British pound coins), in the engraving done on some of the non-precious metal jewelry, and with the eyeglass nose pieces. It would work best with an item that is noticeably dirty or soiled and I had nothing in that condition.
Using distilled water and concentrate, I noticed a big improvement in the appearance of some silver necklace chains and a gold necklace, while only a slight improvement with the other items. A couple of very dark plumes of matter sprang from the silver necklace chains while cleaning, which was the most dramatic evidence I saw of the effectiveness of this cleaner. However, it is worth noting that this is a cleaner, not a polisher; while it and the concentrate will help to prep the removal of tarnish, you will still need to break out a polishing cloth to actually remove it (we're talking past patina into actual tarnish, when blue/purple/brown discoloration happens). With regular cleanings using this, though, I anticipate that you could avoid ever seeing tarnish happen again and only have to use a little elbow grease to make silver shine.
In conclusion, this item works best for maintaining jewelry that is cared for. It can help neglected jewelry, but you will still need to put a good effort into removing tarnish with a polishing cloth after cleaning. This is what I expected and as such, I am pleased with my purchase.