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$19.99 Farberware Induction Cooker - Walmart YMMV

KTN221 659 121 August 18, 2016 at 08:57 AM in Appliances (6) More Walmart Deals
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Last Edited by wuzzy August 18, 2016 at 11:46 AM
It's been a while since I have posted a deal, if I am missing anything please advise. Thanks
Just stopped by Walmart in Norman, Oklahoma and found the induction cooker with pan in clearance section for $19.99. Not sure if this deal can be replicated but just like to shared with SDealers of potential deal

I believe this is the same one on Walmart website, which currently sell at $39.96 [walmart.com]. Tried the brickseek but could not find it, if anyone has more experience please help add.


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If you go to the actual walmart webpage and click "my local store" on the bar under the main search you can search your local stores shelves. Just type in the product your looking for and it will come up if they have it and it will have a price. I found that to be an easy alternative to BS (brickseek)

This product is $30.00 at my store. Still not too bad
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My store came up $39.99. That's still not a bad price.

I love these things. Especially in summer, I cook things outside.nod
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ID number for Brickseek is: 44610934

Most of my local stores seem to have it at the $19.00 price point so this might not be hard to replicate.

Thanks for the tip OP!
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I have a few at $15 and one showing $7 via brickseek
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Got one for $10
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Food for thought:

http://www.magdahavas.com/is-induction-cooking-safe/
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thank you for this.

The three stores i called said they could not find them. I went to check myself and picked up 5 units from 2/3 stores. $19 each.
Also found FoodSaver v3240 for $50 each in clearance. Listed at $99-$129 online.
I asked the manger to knock down the last two for $40 each. Done deal
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Was not listed in online inventory at my local store but when I went they had 2. I picked one up for $19. I hope to like this - I've never used an induction cooker before, but for this price, I couldn't resist. Darn Slickdeals.

Quote from NicoleNYG View Post :
If you go to the actual walmart webpage and click "my local store" on the bar under the main search you can search your local stores shelves. Just type in the product your looking for and it will come up if they have it and it will have a price. I found that to be an easy alternative to BS (brickseek)

This product is $30.00 at my store. Still not too bad
Thanks for the My Local Store tip...I didn't know about this. It's very useful! Repped.
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Last edited by cherilee August 23, 2016 at 09:31 AM
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Was not listed in online inventory at my local store but when I went they had 2. I picked one up for $19. I hope to like this - I've never used an induction cooker before, but for this price, I couldn't resist. Darn Slickdeals.


Thanks for the My Local Store tip...I didn't know about this. It's very useful! Repped.
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huh. these are in stock and at $19.99 everywhere around me.
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Quote from HurricaneAlley View Post :
Food for thought:

http://www.magdahavas.com/is-indu...king-safe/
Here's some "food for thought" with actual nutritional value.

http://www.cancer.org/cancer/canc...-radiation
http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/a...use-cancer

All the fear mongering about the dangers of magnetic fields were looked into decades ago when some people got hyped up about living next to high power electrical lines. Nutshell, there's no evidence that it's hazardous. I know people that do MRI research. Those magnetic fields are MUCH higher than what this little thing puts out. They just laugh when people say it's a hazard.
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Quote from ghostofposterspast View Post :
Here's some "food for thought" with actual nutritional value.

http://www.cancer.org/cancer/canc...-radiation
http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/a...use-cancer

All the fear mongering about the dangers of magnetic fields were looked into decades ago when some people got hyped up about living next to high power electrical lines. Nutshell, there's no evidence that it's hazardous. I know people that do MRI research. Those magnetic fields are MUCH higher than what this little thing puts out. They just laugh when people say it's a hazard.
"no evidence" is merely code for coverup 101 in the same manner the fda et al... has no evidence of anything until its too late for them continue hiding see well all the the military biohazards to begin with...money power
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Quote from HurricaneAlley View Post :
"no evidence" is merely code for coverup 101 in the same manner the fda et al... has no evidence of anything until its too late for them continue hiding see well all the the military biohazards to begin with...money power
Might want to check the fit on your tin foil hat. It's cutting off blood flow.


https://youtu.be/_-agl0pOQfs
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stop drinking the government branded kool-aid and do some thinking and you can find your own research thats already out there rather then plucking the first google entry off the web query that suits your needs lol...

http://aje.oxfordjournals.org/content/153/6.toc
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