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Magnasonic Professional Ultrasonic Jewelry Cleaner with Digital Timer for Eyeglasses, Rings, Coins (MGUC500)
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- Cleans dirty jewelry, eyeglasses, watches, utensils and more in minutes using only tap water
- Generates 42,000 Hz of ultrasonic sound waves for a powerful yet gentle clean that won't harm your valuables
- Digital display with 5 preset cleaning cycles (90, 180, 280, 380, & 480 seconds) and auto shut off
- Extremely easy to operate, includes basket to keep items secure
- Generous 20 oz (600 mL) capacity
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Cleans dirty jewelry, eyeglasses, watches, utensils and more
You won’t believe how your items will shine with just water! Simply fill the tank with water, insert your items, and you’ll see professional jewelry cleaning results. A bit of liquid hand/dish soap can be added for enhanced cleaning, but all the work is done by the ultrasonic waves. This powerful unit cleans in minutes without damaging delicate items. So whether it’s your dirty everyday items or priceless treasures, the MAGNASONIC Digital Ultrasonic Jewelry Cleaner will safely make them sparkle again.
Ultrasonic sound waves for a deep and gentle clean
This powerful cleaner packs a gentle punch. 42,000 Hz of ultrasonic energy waves create millions of microscopic cleansing bubbles that gently lift dirt and grime away without using harsh chemicals or scrubbing. The motion of the water may look mild, but it’s actually producing a deep and thorough clean to penetrate the most difficult areas.
Digital display with 5 preset cleaning cycles and auto shut off
There are 5 different cycles to choose from (90, 180, 280, 380, & 480 seconds), depending on the cleaning time you require, for easy and precise control. Just select the desired time and watch the digital display count down to the end of cleaning and then automatically shut off.
Extremely easy to operate
The MAGNASONIC Digital Ultrasonic Jewelry Cleaner is instantly ready for use. Select your cycle and it’s ready to go with the push of a button. Insert your items either directly into the chamber or use the convenient basket for more delicate items.
Generous 20 oz (600mL) capacity
The stainless steel chamber holds 20 oz (600 mL), with interior dimensions of 5.4" L x 3.6" W x 2.1" H, allowing you to fit a wide assortment of items into the chamber for professional cleaning.
Tank Capacity: 20 oz. (600 ml)
Cleaning Cycles: 5 Presets - 90/180/280/380/480 Seconds
Tank Material: Stainless Steel
Power Input: AC 100-120V, 60Hz, 35w
Ultrasonic Frequency: 42,000 Hz
Frequency: 433.92 Mhz
Cleaning Technology: Ultrasonic Waves
Automatic Shut Off: Yes
Dimensions (External): 8.2 (L) X 5.8 (W) X 5.4 (H) Inches
Dimensions (Internal): 5.4 (L) X 3.6 (W) X 2.1 (H) Inches
Weight: 2.2 lbs.
Certifications: FCC, ICES, UL
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Worked great for getting the nasty grunge out of the nose pads on my eyeglasses. We haven't used it on my wife's jewelry much because of the various recommendations out there about putting gemstones (and synthetic ones) into an ultrasonic cleaner. Don't know details. So I am pretty happy so far (a couple weeks).
BUT DANGER DANGER DANGER: One of my pairs of eyeglasses has a dark blue paint coating on the metal front piece. The glasses are 3 years old and had a couple of small, but obvious paint chips from wear and tear. After use in the ultrasonic cleaner a few times, there are *many* more places where the paint is gone. Took a while for me to realize it, but now it's pretty obvious. Apparently there were a lot of very small rough spots in the paint after 3 years and the ultrasonics "cleaned them" off the glasses entirely. Which is what you want when the imperfections are dirt and grunge. But I couldn't see these imperfections and I got surprised. My unpainted metal frames had no problems.
Anyway -- it's proof that the cleaner works. Really well. So watch out.
I'm still glad we got the cleaner. I guess I should have read more about ultrasonic cleaners before putting those glasses in. The nose pads certainly look nice. See photo.
I use this for eye glass cleaning. Remember to rinse glasses with hot water, after you clean with this.
I use a full rimmed plastic frame. Such frames accumulate oils at the top inner corners of the lens/frame.
Even if you use a good leans cleaning solution and cloth and try to clean manually, these oils cause streaks and the oils cannot be removed easily, except with this ultrasonic cleaner!
I use the 280 sec setting, to clean during shower time. 180 sec setting might also work just fine - I have not tried. The results are perfect! All the oils are being dislodged.. Take the glasses out of the unit and wash with hot water.. Then use a microfibre cloth to clean.
The result is amazing, as compared to the usual non ultrasonic cleaning with Zeiss solution, cleaning cloth etc..
I am very annoyed with the 5 star reviews on Amazon, for which free product was given, which are supposedly unbiased! Unbiased? Sure!
I can assure you that this review is completely unbiased. I bought this unit on amazon. In fact, I noticed that this seems identical in pictures to the Isonic D3800, which is cheaper than the Magnasonic. I am assuming that they both are made by same OEM.
I have ordered the isonic d3800 also, for a 2nd room.. I will reconfirm that they are identical, after I have tried it. You might want to buy that instead and save money.
Another comment which also proves that my review is unbiased: I am assuming that just about any ultrasonic cleaner you buy would be as good as this Magnasonic.. Just make sure it is large enough for eye glasses. I am not even sure that you need the isonic cleaning solution.. Dish washing detergent might work just fine but I have not yet tried the dish washing detergent. I used the isonic solution.
As far as the fountain pens go, I have expensive pens, piston fill and adapter fill. The adapter type isn't too bad since you can just lay the entire nib section in the vat. But with the piston fills, I don't like the idea of the entire pen vibrating against another surface or against another pen. I placed a rock beneath the basket so the nib could go between the basket ribs so the pen could basically be leaning against the side. It's not the most elegant method but it does work. It takes a bit to find the right place so the pen won't slide in. Oh, I did at first lay an MB149 down. At the top where you twist the piston, some substance began to come off. It looked like fog coming off the pen. Still not knowing what that was, I am concerned it could be the adhesive used to keep the brass attached to the resin. That's the main reason I won't lay them down.