JPL 7000 Ultrasonic Cleaner with accessories (cleans jewellary, cd's, watches, electric components + more) rrp £44.95 - now just £14.99 delivered @ Amazon! - HotUKDeals
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JPL 7000 Ultrasonic Cleaner with accessories (cleans jewellary, cd's, watches, electric components + more) rrp £44.95 - now just £14.99 delivered @ Amazon!

£14.99 @ Amazon
This cleaning system gets really good customer reviews and its a great price at just under £15. * 750 ml Stainless Steel Tank (Takes 2 CD`s) * Digital Timer With 5 Settings * Automati… Read More
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This cleaning system gets really good customer reviews and its a great price at just under £15.

* 750 ml Stainless Steel Tank (Takes 2 CD`s)
* Digital Timer With 5 Settings
* Automatic Safety Shut Off
* Accessory Set Included
* Modern Unit In Black & Silver

Box Contains
# 1 x Ultra-7000 Cleaner
# 1 x Inner basket
# 1 x Watch/Earring Holder
# 1 x Tarnish Removal cloth
# 1 x CD/DVD Stand
# 1 x Compliant Mains Lead
# 1 x User Guide
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#1
Anyone used this? Does it actually work?!
#2
not used this one before but used ultrasonic cleaners before!
they usually work perfectly for cleaning stuff!
HOT FROM ME!
#3
Also not this one, but you will not believe how much dirt is removed from jewellery!!!!:thumbsup::thumbsup:
#4
dont use IPA in this model as it reacts with the plastic on the lid and cracks it
#5
Brilliant for cleaning watches, rings etc but do read the instructions as ultrasounds can dislodge stones from their mounts.

Have used this to clean the carburetor from my Honda lawnmower. Excellent at removing minute particles of gunge from the jets.

Don't bother with expensive fluids, hot water and a dash of Fairy Liquid is very effective.

At £14.99 this is a steal.
#6
leemole101
dont use IPA in this model as it reacts with the plastic on the lid and cracks it


India Pale Ale?
#7
£44.95 is a bit of a joke, these normally sell for no more than £25. £14.99 is a good price. Paid £18 a couple of years ago.
#8
Decentbloke
India Pale Ale?


Isopropyl alcohol :thumbsup:
#9
Exercise caution. Ultrasonic Cleaners have been known to damage jewellery, gemstones and other fragile articles.
#10
leemole101
dont use IPA in this model as it reacts with the plastic on the lid and cracks it


+1 I use Isopropyal alcohol and mines also cracked!
#11
Decentbloke;8399240
India Pale Ale?

leemole101;8399278
Isopropyl alcohol :thumbsup:

Same stuff init?:)

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Why don't you sod off elsewhere and do something else with your time!!

You have cost me £££'s.

Now I have got something ELSE arriving that I didn't know I needed - so THANKS!!!
#12
Heat added.
This is gonna be really handy for cleaning my glasses.
#13
Nice find seen this in action was really impressed now there this cheap ill get one.
#14
I have one of these. I wasn't convinced that it did much! Hot price though:thumbsup:
#15
If you're going to clean watches in this then ensure you only have the bracelet submerged, and not the head. Otherwise you run the risk of damaging your watch.

Decent price though. I think they were about this much in Aldi a few months back. This is possibly slightly cheaper actually.
#16
nt1311
Anyone used this? Does it actually work?!



I bought one and returned it. Didn't seem to clean at all. Good price though.
#17
To those who have this machine, what does the manufacturer recommend to use as a cleaning medium?
#18
Ordered, thanks OP, hopefully it will shine up some of the stuff I have lying around.
#19
These are not that powerful, but they will clean debri from jewellery & watches.
Just use a toothbrush on the item after cleaning.
#20
plasmahal
To those who have this machine, what does the manufacturer recommend to use as a cleaning medium?


I think it says water with liquid soap (if needed), so I just use fairy liquid. Great for cleaning glasses, the water colour afterwards is scary. My bike chain might end up in their one day though :)

Aldi price(when they do it) is £19.99 for comparison
#21
patr
Brilliant for cleaning watches, rings etc but do read the instructions as ultrasounds can dislodge stones from their mounts.

Have used this to clean the carburetor from my Honda lawnmower. Excellent at removing minute particles of gunge from the jets.

Don't bother with expensive fluids, hot water and a dash of Fairy Liquid is very effective.

At £14.99 this is a steal.


You should never put mechanical (hand wound or automatic watches) in an ultrasonic cleaner, the vibrations can pop jewels clean out the movement. Even non mechanical watches that claim to be water proof - the nature of the ultrasonics can force water past seals.

If you're going to do watches, remove the movement first.
#22
I'm fed up with getting the worst off my glasses with those cleaning cloths from the opticians. Will this make that much of a difference as I'd love to have some clear vision before the kids put their mitts all over them again?!
#23
I was looking at gettign one of these from Maplins a couple of months back but missed the offer. This seems like a hot price.

Thanks

Taff
#24
hardingcj
I'm fed up with getting the worst off my glasses with those cleaning cloths from the opticians. Will this make that much of a difference as I'd love to have some clear vision before the kids put their mitts all over them again?!


One of the pictures on the Amazon site shows that it took the anti-reflective coating off a pair of glasses and ruined them, so YMMV. Caveat emptor
#25
We use ultrasonic cleaners at work alot.
We use LOCTITE NATURAL BLUE CLEANER.
You only need a little bit, but it is usually quite expensive, so thought this was a good deal.

http://www.bearingstation.co.uk/products/Adhesives/Loctite/Cleaning/7840x750ml

As always read the label, and the MSDS sheet is available on the website also.
#26
doublecuffs
One of the pictures on the Amazon site shows that it took the anti-reflective coating off a pair of glasses and ruined them, so YMMV. Caveat emptor


Thanks doublecuffs. 15 notes saved!
#27
Usually around £18 when Aldi, Lidl, etc have them so still a good buy though rrp is the usual joke.

Really only for the likes of jewellery though - won't manage 'engineering' jobs for you (eg car bits). For those you need a larger, industrial unit which takes specialist cleaning fluids and I think they work on different ultrasonic frequencies too.
#28
Just ordered one, hope it works! good find. +1
#29
What about bike chains? Would it give that a good cleaning?
banned#30
Domestic ultrasonic cleasing is only viable for dirt that are not “chemically attached/bonded” - ie it can reach dirt which are normally inaccessible to, say, a toothbrush. It is not some magical techno-cleanser. It won’t make, say, a tarnished copper coin bright like some fizzy drinks will. Ultrasonics is ideal for removing [human] oil-based contamination on jewellery, spectacles and so forth, more so with the correct amount of simple cleaning fluid [read mild non-airy-fairied washing-up liquid]. “So punk, how much jewellery do have you lying around?” ‘Nuff for 15 squids, hokay … and the odd clogged-up carburettor/injector’
#31
Great deal, just ordered mine.
#32
I use a much larger one for cleaning antique clock parts with a solution of ammonia. Couldn't be without it but I did once buy a smaller one and it lasted about a year so this might be intended only for light use.
I've never used it for jewellery with stones set but it surprises me that some users have had stones pop out. My guess is that they were worn settings and that the stones were already loose. So if one should pop out during cleaning, you might just have saved yourself a small fortune!
#33
Looked great, clicked link and up at £27.90 now for me :(. Still listed at 14.99 on the search page though.
#34
PS.
I was just reading Amazon's reviews. These don't produce "waves", they produce tiny air bubbles that pop before they reach the surface, flicking out tiny particles of dirt as they do so. It will brighten up brasswork but it's not a substitute for polishing. But a dip in a spultion in the US device will dislodge all the excess polish that you can't get to.
1 Like #35
Ah, still available on the link on the right.... ordering now
#36
aclucas
Looked great, clicked link and up at £27.90 now for me :(. Still listed at 14.99 on the search page though.


You're right.
This happens regularly on Amazon. I think price changes are automatic as soon as there's any sudden interest.
Someone can Expire the deal now.
#37
aclucas
Ah, still available on the link on the right.... ordering now


:thumbsup::thumbsup:
#38
zygo
You're right.
This happens regularly on Amazon. I think price changes are automatic as soon as there's any sudden interest.
Someone can Expire the deal now.


The higher price is from a marketplace seller. Look at the right hand side, Amazon are still selling it for 14.99.
#39
Just ordered one to replace my old smaller one as it seems have a flakey timer and on/off switch now.

That one saved a fortune on ink jet cartridges, don't use the inkjet printer much and the cartridges dry out and stop working, put them in one of these with just water and they'll work again.

Never used a proper cleaner for watches etc, put warm water in and a drop of washing up liquid, run it once before putting things in and they work fine.

£15 is a good price :thumbsup:

FYI: a lot of the negative review on Amazon are by people who don't seem to understand that tarnishing isn't dirt so wouldn't be removed by this machine, so they're giving it a negative review for something it could never do and isn't meant to do in the first place, bizarre.
#40
I find these pretty good to lighten the cleaning load, we often buy police recovered job lots of jewelery at local auction & pop most things in one of these to give most items a "loosen up"
..saves time for sure.

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