Roger G. Moore says, "To date I have been more than pleased with all three kilns."
“Reliability, engineering, and support were my primary criteria when selecting the Paragon kilns that I purchased over four years ago. I had taken a number of classes at Bullseye, which helped to define the purchasing perimeters of the kilns I needed. With over 20 Paragon kilns at the Bullseye Resource Center, the decision was much easier as both of the kilns I selected were used by students and staff day in and day out at Bullseye. What better endorsement of a reliable product than having Bullseye select a kiln that could endure such use. Yet the kilns I selected were easy to program, use, and maintain.
“After much review I decided to purchase a Paragon Pearl-56 and two GL-24’s. These are the same kilns Bullseye uses in their Resource Center. To date I have been more than pleased with all three kilns. I use the Pearl-56 for larger firings that involve multiple pieces and the GL-24’s for more specific one-off pieces.
“My Pearl-56 was one of the first produced by Paragon. The engineering of the kiln is evident in how effortlessly you can load, program, and fire a project. I have experienced no major problems with any of my kilns, and any question has been addressed by a courteous and professional support staff at Paragon. I continue to receive e-mail updates on operational tips from them, which only validates my purchasing decision.”