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Anyone familiar with this deydrator?

post #1 of 7
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I'm thinking about getting a dehydrator and I came across this. Advice and opinions are welcome and helpful.
Thanks
post #2 of 7

Good lookin' dehydrator....  Looks like mine...  It's a Sausage Maker.....

 

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This is what the site says.

This top quality food dehydrator from Crawford Kitchen has the following features and specifications. For a full description, see below.

1000W of power 15 hour digital timer Digital heat control with drying guide on panel 95 to 155 degrees fahrenheit temperature range 16 square feet of drying space 10 drying trays 7" detachable horizontal air flow rear mounted fan Dehydrator dimensions: 20" x 17.5" x 15" Drying tray dimensions: 16" x 14"

Suggested retail, $300.00 found it for $162.95 plus free shipping.
Edited by hooked on smoke - 4/19/17 at 5:02pm
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This is what the site says.

This top quality food dehydrator from Crawford Kitchen has the following features and specifications. For a full description, see below.

1000W of power 15 hour digital timer Digital heat control with drying guide on panel 95 to 155 degrees fahrenheit temperature range 16 square feet of drying space 10 drying trays 7" detachable horizontal air flow rear mounted fan Dehydrator dimensions: 20" x 17.5" x 15" Drying tray dimensions: 16" x 14"

Suggested retail, $300.00 found it for $162.95 plus free shipping.

 

 

For that price I don't think you could go wrong.

post #5 of 7

Sure sounds like a good unit....    enjoy...  

post #6 of 7

Whoa!!!! 1,000watts is a lot of heating power in that small box.  Some smokers have less wattage than that.

post #7 of 7

Noticing the wattage of that unit made me curious.  I pulled the specs on my LEM 10 tray model and it has a 800 watt heating element.  I guess I never really thought about dehydrators having that much wattage before. I'm used to reading posts about "watt burner" smokers in the 900 to 1200 range (for commercial models) and 1500 range for home built.  I know I like my LEM and it has the plastic body and trays.  Hard to go wrong with stainless.

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