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Breville 4-Quart 1800W Smart Fryer EXPIRED

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Newegg.com has Breville 4-Quart 1800W Smart Fryer (BDF500XL) on sale for $59.99. Shipping is free.  Thanks dumien


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Breville BDF500XL Smart Fryer for $59.99

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This is the lowest price I've seen, checked on CCC. Most other stores sell for $129.99.
Last FP deal was $76

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Air fryer is not the same, not even close Frown can't mimic a good unhealthy fried meal.
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Seems like a really good deal, wonder if the model is getting discontinued and replaced? Breville products are never on sale and difficult to find at a discount to MSRP at different retailers. Most coupons (like Bed Bath and Beyond, etc.) list Breville as an exception. Probably going to scoop this one up.
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Seems like a really good deal, wonder if the model is getting discontinued and replaced? Breville products are never on sale and difficult to find at a discount to MSRP at different retailers. Most coupons (like Bed Bath and Beyond, etc.) list Breville as an exception. Probably going to scoop this one up.
I don't think it will be discontinued. If it does, all other stores would be having the clearance price also. They are all still at full price or very little sale price.
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I don't think it will be discontinued. If it does, all other stores would be having the clearance price also. They are all still at full price or very little sale price.
You're probably right, but still there are a ton of customers complaining about how the power cord is magnetic and is easily disconnected from the back and causing the entire thing to shut down. I personally would just keep this is a safe and secure spot without it moving around or getting knocked, but that would be an easy improvement
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I have this and like it a lot but make sure you have a nice strainer already on hand to get the most of your frying oil. Wish it was built in like some other brands.
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Amazon.com [amazon.com] has Breville BDF500XL Smart Fryer for $59.99. Shipping is FREE with Prime.

This is the lowest price I've seen, checked on CCC. Most other stores sell for $129.99.
Last FP deal was $76
I am in the market for deep fryer but my cheapskate soul tells me, all I need a saucepan with whole bunch of oil over a burner. How these electric fryers any better than traditional saucepan with oil?
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time for some health food! I made some french fries the other day on a cooktop, and I actually used a thermometer to measure the temp. Turns out I had always been frying at too low of a temp. Cranking it up so the oil was at 350 degrees F made a huge difference in cooktime and quality. I'm sure a fryer like this would be great, but the last thing i need is more encouragement to make fried foods!
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I have one of these and have used it for a few years. I love this thing. It's the best fryer I've ever had.

That being said, the cord is incredibly short and magnetized and very finicky to get connected at times. You basically need to keep this thing within about a foot of an outlet to prevent disconnects. Annoying, but never a problem once I got used to it.
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I just bought an air fryer and yesterday I made fried chicken. If I hadn't known I would have thought it had been deep fried. So to the people that are thinking healthy you might considered an air fryer.
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Air fryer is the way to go.
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I just bought an air fryer and yesterday I made fried chicken. If I hadn't known I would have thought it had been deep fried. So to the people that are thinking healthy you might considered an air fryer.
Air fryer is not the same, not even close Frown can't mimic a good unhealthy fried meal.
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I am in the market for deep fryer but my cheapskate soul tells me, all I need a saucepan with whole bunch of oil over a burner. How these electric fryers any better than traditional saucepan with oil?
how they are better at frying the food? they aren't. it's the same thing. but there are benefits to having an electric fryer such as automated temp control (which you should check to make sure it's even correct), a fry basket that actually fits properly, a splatter/odor lid in some cases, a built in filter used oil in some models, sometimes dishwasher safe components for easy clean up, and portability. Granted, not all models have these benefits but most have some.

If you know what you're doing, you can get the same results with a big cast iron pot and oil. You just have more convenience features in an electric fryer.
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I'd get the T-Fall with the built in strainer. I had a T-Fall version without it and it was a hassle to dump the oil, then I bought the version with it on sale and it's been great. Really easy to clean up.
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https://www.amazon.com/T-fal-Filt...B00NQ7QFGM

This Tfal with oil filtration at $71 is pretty slick as well.
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