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T-fal FR8000 Oil Filtration Ultimate EZ Clean Easy to clean 3.5-Liter Fry Basket Stainless Steel Immersion Deep Fryer $70.99

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Front page deal for $60.29 1 month ago when it was an Amazon Daily Deal, but if you missed out on that one, this is a good price at 70.99 + tax. It was $110 on Amazon a few days ago and best price I can find elsewhere is $100 on Jet.com.

What differentiates this deep fryer from others is the oil filtration system that filters and drains oil into a removable included plastic container. This extends the life of the oil and makes the fryer easier to clean. It gets great reviews.

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Bought this last Aug @ $66 + Tax. I have enjoyed it since then. No problems so far. I REALLY like the fact that you can take it apart and throw everything into the dishwasher to clean. Frying is always messy, but his does simplify your life a bit.

$71 is still a god deal!
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I wouldn't exactly call those "great reviews".
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This is the best fryer I've ever used. Been going strong for 4 years and we use it for all kinds of stuff... literally hundreds of times.

Not sure I would call it easy clean but it's not bad. A little steel wool goes a long way. Don't overfill the oil and only ever turn the valve to drain to box when the oil is hot...
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This is the best fryer I've ever used. Been going strong for 4 years and we use it for all kinds of stuff... literally hundreds of times.

Not sure I would call it easy clean but it's not bad. A little steel wool goes a long way. Don't overfill the oil and only ever turn the valve to drain to box when the oil is hot...
Just to clarify, don't drain while the oil is hot right?
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Just to clarify, don't drain while the oil is hot right?
Actually you turn a switch on the front to drain, and once the oil is cool enough, it drains into the plastic container.

I typically scrape out the fryer the next day once its cooled, and poor the oil back in.
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Have one, can easily recommend. Couple of years running strong.
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Actually you turn a switch on the front to drain, and once the oil is cool enough, it drains into the plastic container.

I typically scrape out the fryer the next day once its cooled, and poor the oil back in.
Correct. There is a temperature sensor in there so when it cools to the right temperature and is still fluid, it drains into the container. I once made the mistake of letting it cool a little first and then switching the switch to drain it and it coagulated in the drain and flooded the counter Because it was too cool Smilie
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Great unit. Worth the extra money Performs well and easy to clean.
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We've had this for a couple of years. The cleaning is easy indeed. The major problem with this is that it is fairly shallow. Yeah, you can fry some chicken fingers in this, but anything much thicker is going to stick out above the max oil level. I wouldn't buy it again and just stick with a dutch oven and a thermometer.

They should better call this thing shallow fryer
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Correct. There is a temperature sensor in there so when it cools to the right temperature and is still fluid, it drains into the container. I once made the mistake of letting it cool a little first and then switching the switch to drain it and it coagulated in the drain and flooded the counter Because it was too cool Smilie
I always let it cool over night and drain in the morning. Never leaked. Sounds like you may not have had the oil drawer inserted properly. Sometimes there is a lot of gue in the bottom and it takes a few hours to complete draining and no leaks.
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Is this a good model for someone buying their first deep fryer?
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Is this a good model for someone buying their first deep fryer?
It's a good fryer for anyone who has modest frying needs, 2-4 servings max..
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Its big for my family. I wish its smaller
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If you need a fryer just buy this. I got in on the (slightly cheaper) last deal and this is the best fryer I have ever had. Not huge but perfect for a family of 2 or 3, and it filters the oil for you extending the oil life and saving a lot of mess. Once it cools you just flip the switch and it begins to filter. Come back in 10 minutes and it disassembles in 1 minute or less and you just throw the dirty parts (except the element) in the dishwasher. Goes back together in 1 minute. It keeps the filtered oil in the tank clean until you are ready to use it again, then just pour the oil back in and you are ready to fry again.
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