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This is a ConeArt 119D, 0.57 cu ft, 11"x9" cone 10 test kiln. It only needs 18 amps and runs on 120 volts (although having special plug). We have fired ours hundreds of times, mostly in the cone 4-7 range. The old BX controller is shown here, it is $300 cheaper, but don’t even think about getting that! Get the Genesis GX, that puts the cost at $2285.00. It is economical to fire. Big enough for 5 mugs, but I typically fire a dozen clay and glaze test specimens. We make our own super-thin shelves. It holds about 20 schedules, even controllable remotely (it is Wi-Fi connected). We can fire cone 03 up and down in three hours.