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Butterball XL Indoor Electric Turkey Fryer, 20 lbs for $54.50 @amazon

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Amazon has Butterball XL Indoor Electric Turkey Fryer, 20 lbs for $54.50 , regular price:$111.92
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This is for the XL. The Large model is listed $108. The XL is half price for Prime Member. 4.5 out of 5 from 411 reviews. Just in time for Thanksgiving?
Fries turkeys up to 20lbs. in the aluminum cooking basket with drain clip
Analog controls and digital timer with thermostat temperature control
1,650 watt electric heating element heats oil quickly
Cleaning is easy with the convenient oil drain valve
Designed and tested to meet commercial standards
Magnetic break-away power cord for safety
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Sure why not. In for one.
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Price was right. In for one. Thanks OP.
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In for one, thanks.
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Any one have experience on this product? Fakespot grade C
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I liked it. Used it once. The fried turkey came out yummy. Wished I could've taken it with me during the move.
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Any one have experience on this product? Fakespot grade C

I liked it. Used it once. The fried turkey came out yummy. Wished I could've taken it with me during the move.
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Only goes up to 325°. I like to do french fries 350°-375° for my second fry.
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Any one have experience on this product? Fakespot grade C
I have this one and the xxl one. I used to steam and fry stuff (mostly turkey though). The turkeys always turn out great if you follow the direction when prepping the turkey.
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I use it every Thanksgiving. Much easier to clean up than a traditional turkey fryer. If you make fries or wings then keep the batches small even though you can fit a ton of food in there.
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Good price if you need one now, but they are almost ALWAYS clearanced out after thanksgiving. I bought this exactly one last year for 27 dollars at Home Depot.
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Any one have experience on this product? Fakespot grade C
I have one and like it. I bought mine for $90 and thought I got a deal so this is a very good price!

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Only goes up to 325°. I like to do french fries 350°-375° for my second fry.
Pretty sure it goes to 375. Even the dial shows it in the picture.
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Great product, we would have turkey twice a month when we were using this, always came out real juicy. A little messy when you remove the oil but overall but well worth it.
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