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#125272 - 11/25/17 03:40 PM Re: Recommended machine to buy in 2017? [Re: SecretSid]
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I was able to reach Myron Heimlich on TES, very kind and great guy. He was not certain if they were willing to ship to Europe or not, since it will cost them a lot, if the machines is delivered broken. And he also mentioned that Hinkel uses 110 V, not suitable for Europe. However, I sent him an e-mail, and he was going to do some research on it.

Does anyone know the price on this machine (used of course)?


Edited by SecretSid (11/25/17 03:40 PM)

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#125285 - 11/28/17 10:00 PM Re: Recommended machine to buy in 2017? [Re: SecretSid]
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I got the following proforma for Clareblend Essence:


http://i63.tinypic.com/2dir7ra.jpg

Is this a fair price for a new machine? Is there anything missing in this package?


Edited by SecretSid (11/28/17 10:01 PM)

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#125287 - 11/29/17 12:19 AM Re: Recommended machine to buy in 2017? [Re: SecretSid]
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its a very fair price. I still like the Instantron spectrum elite though. A little more money but worth it in my opinion.
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#125291 - 11/29/17 11:12 AM Re: Recommended machine to buy in 2017? [Re: SecretSid]
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Since I am not an experienced electrologist, will any working machine be good enough for me. I will consider Instantron after I have gained some experience. I visited their website, it doesn't look very professional either, so I am afraid to make an order from them shipped to Norway.

A question Seana. I assume the clareblend machine doesn't follow with needles. Does any electrology-needle fit to any machine? Is there any particular company that have better quality on needles than other? Ebay would be a easy place for me to purchase needles from. Is there any good quality needles that I can find there?

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#125296 - 11/29/17 10:41 PM Re: Recommended machine to buy in 2017? [Re: SecretSid]
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most probes are a standard type, usually F shand probes. There are also k shank probes,Kobiyashi yamada probes uniprobes, and a host of other proprietary needles . But for the most part, F shank probes are what you see most commonly. Sterex,ballet should be commonly available in europe.


Edited by Iluv2zap (11/29/17 10:41 PM)
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#125299 - 11/30/17 08:31 AM Re: Recommended machine to buy in 2017? [Re: SecretSid]
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Perfect, thank you.

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#125351 - 12/07/17 02:08 PM Re: Recommended machine to buy in 2017? [Re: SecretSid]
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Hi Sid,
I just purchases a new spectrum last May and I can say without a doubt that I love this machine. dont let the antiquated website fool you. the owner of instantron and his family have been involved with the electrology industry since the beginning. Skip Mahler(company owner) can be reached on Facebook anytime. top notch service

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#125358 - 12/07/17 09:24 PM Re: Recommended machine to buy in 2017? [Re: SecretSid]
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Someone who owns an Instantron should start a topic and discuss this machine and its features to help others who want to buy good machines. In past decade, it feels like Dectro popularity has pushed all other brands into extinction when in reality it isn't so.

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#125362 - 12/08/17 05:10 AM Re: Recommended machine to buy in 2017? [Re: SecretSid]
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Hi Jennifer,
Sounds good! I have read that many people in this forum is satisfied with Spectrum, but unfortunetly I can't increase my budget above this. Keep in mind that this machine will be used privately.

@Fenix: I absolutely agree with you. I feel there is so little information about the different machines. Someone should make a thread just to provide information and recommendation on electrolysis machines.

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#125363 - 12/08/17 05:12 AM Re: Recommended machine to buy in 2017? [Re: SecretSid]
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Guys. In order to get the machining running, and be able to remove hair I need:

-Machine (bought from Clareblend)
-Magnifier
-Needles

Is there anything missing?

Can anyone help me to find a magnifier from this provider?
https://www.prestigeelec.com/shop/

eventually ebay?

Thank you.

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