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Chili Pepper Bead Annealer Kiln

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Item# 68801
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Product Features

  • Custom-designed annealing kiln
  • Features digital programmable controller
  • Fiber lined interior
  • Easy-to-load insulated front loading door

Product Description

For Professionally Annealed Torch Work!
Take your beadwork to the next level! Bead annealer allows you to anneal intricate glass sculptures and beads that would be impossible to anneal in an open flame. Features a programmable digital controller to control the rate of annealing (cooling). Opening is 16" wide and 4-1/2" high; interior measures 16" wide x 4-1/2" deep x 6" high. 120 volts; heats safely to 1100 degrees F. Manufactured by Jen-Ken. One year manufacturer warranty.

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  •   Best little kiln
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Pros : Great instructions and easy to use.
Cons : Can't think of any
Other Thoughts : A wonderful gift from my husband!
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  •   great little kiln
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Pros : This kiln is easy to program - instructions are clear. It's ideal for beads but I've also used it for fusing and enamel work!
Cons : I wish they had a built-in way to hold open the door.
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Pros : Everything, this is a great kiln. It saves so much time, no more batch annealing. Make a bead ready in the morning to start using.
Cons : I have none
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