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GraLab Model 300, 60 Minute Photography and Darkroom Timer, 7-1/2" Length x 7-1/2" Width x 2-1/2" Height

4.1 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

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Specifications for this item
Brand Name GraLab
Part Number 300
Material Type Polycarbonate (PC)
Number of Items 1
Color multi
EAN 0782365000368
Is Recalled? N
Item Weight 2.6 pounds
UNSPSC Code 41100000
UPC 782365000368

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Product Features

  • 60-minute timer has 6.5" face (Diameter), with luminous numerals, dial, and hands for enhanced visibility in darkrooms
  • Two hands for setting by minutes, seconds, or a combination of minutes and seconds
  • Two outlets for automatic switching between enlarger or printer and safety light
  • Electric motor provides + or - .015% accuracy
  • Nonconductive plastic case with rubber base pads help protect against impact, chemicals, moisture, and electrical shock

Product Description

GraLab Model 300 photography and darkroom 60-minute timer has a 6.5” face (Diameter), with luminous numerals, dial, and hands for enhanced visibility in darkrooms, two hands for dual settings, and two outlets for automatic switching between an enlarger or printer and a safety light. Two hands allow the timer to be set by minutes for film processing, or seconds for enlarging, or a combination of minutes and seconds. The Model 300 timer has a 600-watt capacity for operation with most film processing equipment. The electric motor provides + or - .015% accuracy. The timer has a nonconductive plastic case and rubber base pads to help protect against impact, chemicals, moisture, and electrical shock, with a recessed handle for easy gripping, and keyholes for wall mounting. The timer has an automatic alarm with adjustable volume. Electromechanical timers are commonly used in laboratory, darkroom, restaurant, manufacturing, and sporting event settings.

The GraLab Model 300 timer has 6.5” face (Diameter), measures 7.5 x 7.5 x 2.5 inches (H x W x D), and weighs 3.0 lb. (H is height, the vertical distance from lowest to highest point; W is width, the horizontal distance from left to right; D is depth, the horizontal distance from front to back.) The Model 300 meets Underwriters Laboratories (UL) and Underwriters Laboratories of Canada (ULC) product safety standards. The input voltages are 100 to 130 VAC, 50 or 60 Hz; 210 to 250 VAC, 50 Hz; AC outlet power rating is at 120 VAC.

GraLab manufactures electromechanical timers. The company, headquartered in Centerville, OH, meets International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001:2000 standards.


Product Details

  • Item Weight: 2.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B002VLZ2JK
  • Item model number: 300
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #41,723 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)
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GraLab has eliminated the switch that used to allow you to deactivate the loud end-of-timing buzzer, although the price of the timer has been increased. This is no small thing for me. I used to like the loud buzzer that signaled the end of my high school basketball games (the same GraLab Model 300). But that was in a gymnasium. In my small darkroom, I don't like to have my eardrums blasted. Contacted GraLab to ask how I can deactivate the buzzer (what wire to cut, or whatever). They said I could send the unit to them -- knowing I wouldn't want to incur the shipping cost and delay -- but otherwise refused to help. I might give the timer two stars despite all this. But they've also reduced the maximum current the timer can handle for enlargers and safelights. So it's one star.
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I have bought two gralab timers the past two years. This one failed in about 6 months. Bought another gralab timer and it failed in about 7 months.
I only bought grablab timer because we bought one 20 years ago and it lasted with everyday use 24/7 in our lab for 18 years so obviously I bought gralab again.
NEVER again. This company is not what it was when we bought our first one.
This product is terrible, no value, not worth ordering. I am currently looking for other options and will move to a cheap digital timer from walmart now.
I don't know what Gralab has done but they obviously lowered their quality.
Pass on this one, look for other options.
Do not buy this.................................unless you only need it for 6 months.

Gralab,
Come on guys......what are you doing?
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I bought the predecessor to this timer in the 1970's. Gave it a good workout in my basement darkroom. It's a great timer. Very reliable and easy to see in the dark. Wore out the on/off switch, but was able to replace it with a standard toggle switch purchased at Lowes. Same timer was used at shooting range to time shooting matches. Two outlets are very handy. One is on while the timer is in use. The other turns on at the end of the timing cycle. I now use the timer for my workout sessions. Takes a licken and keeps on ticken!
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As a former photographer and long-time re-purchaser of the Gralab timer, I thought that the model 300 darkroom timer would be the same as that that I have been using and giving (to chefs--great in the kitchen). It is a much lesser version. The option to choose a loud or soft buzzer has been changed to very loud only. The easy-on, easy-off throw switch--easy to use with wet or gloved hands--has been replaced with a covered toggle that requires full attention to turn off. I am not impressed.
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I've now had two Gralab 300's sent, the second was a replacement for the first. Both of them were dead on arrival! Instead of the second hand moving, the unit just emits a low grumbling noise from within. Gralab used to be known for bulletproof timers, I've been using them for over 20 years but they seem to be rather cheaply made now. Another annoying thing about them is that there is no off switch for the buzzer, when the timer gets to zero it emits a VERY loud and annoying buzz. Sadly this company is yet another example of a quality product that is now cheaply made and should be avoided.
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Excellent timer, I do not use myself but it is used by members of my family and they love it; I have been buying this item for the last four years.
I do not think I would not buy from any other place or brand name
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