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The easiest and quickest tool to develop your own films in full day light, anywhere and at anytime without the need for a darkroom
The easiest and quickest tool to develop your own films in full day light, anywhere and at anytime without the need for a darkroom
4,791 backers pledged €656,903 to help bring this project to life.

Here we are with our fourth stretch goal!


The project keeps growing, thanks to your support! 

So today we are proud to present our fourth stretch goal: the new Washing Funnel, that will allow you to rinse the developed film faster and more efficiently.

What is it and how does it work?

The washing funnel allows you to rinse your film, thanks to a 50cm PVC tube that can be attached to any tap.

Once the film module (135 or 120) is removed, the washing funnel can be easily clipped to the edge of the tank to direct the water flow towards the lower part of the tank itself. With the constant flow of fresh water, the film can be rinsed more accurately.

If we reach our 550,000€ stretch goal, together with your LAB-BOX and all our previous stretch goals (color choice, additional crank for agitation and extra reel), you will also receive the superuseful Washing Funnel!



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      Christian on

      yeah a shrinking pipe to accomodate different lengths that we need and an inline filter , isn't it giorgio?

    2. Peter Arbib on

      50cm ?? 19.5 Inches tube? My tap is 17cm from the base of the sink to the tap, then subtract the Lab-Box... leaves about 10-12cm. No sink or tub in a home is that deep.

      Not everyone has a deep utility sink either. Can we CUT DOWN this, or replace the PCV with flexible tubing?

      Love getting the wash funnel, but I hope we customise the size to fit our sink/tub heights.

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      Chris Cayetano on

      I hope the tube is flexible. Not everyone will have the same faucet at home.

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      Stefan Müller on

      You thought about a motor drive

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      Elad Bari on

      I know its probably more challenging to execute....after all of your R&D...but its inevitable..
      *Temperature control FTW!!* :]

    6. Cristian on

      Please don't use PVC, there should be another recyclable option out there.

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      charles eliason

      That is a great idea, however with the film on reel and perpendicular to the flow adequate washing will not happen.

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      Gianni Colangelo on

      That's extra nice. Anyway I agree with photographer requiring the temperature control. That is really necessary (like the one fitted in the old Agfa tank had)