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Waste King Garbage Disposal: L-3300 3/4HP $82.65 or L-2600 1/2HP EXPIRED

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Got the "Waste King L-3300 Garbage Disposal with Power Cord, 3/4 HP" last time and it's a lot quieter than the Badger my house came with, so I'm happy.
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I have an L-8000 which is very similar to 9980. It works well but a bit noisy which may be an issue with my sink. The L-8000 is often on sale at less than $90.
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Is a garbage disposal something that pays to buy quality?
It is in general, and especially so if you're the kind of person who dumps a lot of food down the drain.

Also if you're going to pay someone to install it, definitely get the better model. No sense paying a plumber big money to install a cheap disposal that won't last.
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I installed the L-8000 1 hp model about six months ago. It's a bit overkill since we don't use it heavily. But I wanted MORE POWER! Last month, the breaker immediately tripped when I flipped the switch to turn on the disposal. I called the number, the phone rang a couple times, and I spoke with a nice rep who took down my info and confirmed the unit was still under warranty and arranged to have a new unit sent to me. The entire phone call took about five minutes. I had the new disposal a couple days later.
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Is a garbage disposal something that pays to buy quality?
It does, a better disposer will breakdown things to a smaller size and prevent from drain clogs. I bought the 1/2 HP a few years ago for my basement sink that I rarely use. I liked this cheap one becaue it's plastic and stainless steel and should not rust like the previous one I had that seized
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thanks, mine is leaking a bit and i have a kitchen remodel planned at the end of the year. i only need the 1/2 hp but going to just grab the 3/4 hp since i want to resell the house and i'll be nice.
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Is a garbage disposal something that pays to buy quality?
My insinkerator corroded through in only a few years and started leaking. I got a waste King which has a lifetime warranty against corrosion, and so far I've had no problems. So I'd say yes
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I've had the 1 HP model for a year now and love the power and build quality. The only con and something I got used to pretty quick is the opening in the silicon splash guard is rather small and if your faucet output is much stronger than the hole throughput the water will start to build up in the sink. However, the splash guard is a petal type so pushing down on one of the petals momentarily drains the water right away. Running the disposal also sucks in the water. Noise level is there but acceptable. We don't use it to dispose all the food, just the scraps and organics which otherwise would fester in a garbage can.
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I have the 1hp model and it does in fact grind bones, the kids and I tried it out with some chicken wings. It is far quieter than I expected and have had no trouble so far with a year of use from a family of 5 + frequent guests.
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Would the 1hp for main sink and 1/2hp for a prep sink be a sound plan? I'm redoing my own kitchen myself and will need two of these but don't know how to spec them if there's two in your kitchen.
We built our house in 2015. Before that I'd put an L-8000 in our previous place. I loved it EXCEPT for the fact that the ring mount would start to leak every 2-4 months. I don't know if it was the porcelain sink or what but I reinstalled that thing maybe 4 times and tightened it maybe 3x that. But always a month or two later it would loosen and it would start to leak.

Point being: the 9980 is the same one I liked but with the more secure (but slightly more difficult to install) mounting system. If I needed one right now, I'd seriously consider it (and most likely buy it.)

As to the prep vs main: our builder installed Badgers on both of ours and they still haven't died yet (although I'd kinda like them to...). We've found (this is just us) we use the one in the island (prep sink) a lot more than the "main" one. If under-sink space isn't an big issue to you, I'd look at the 9980 for both of them.

Edit: I loved it except for the leaks and I'd immediately replaced the rubber insert with an Insinkerator one. The included one was indeed too restrictive.
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the lowest prices on 1/2 and 1 according to camel.

keep in mind the height, if there is minimal space below your sink.
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Note warranty is 5 years on small unit, 10 years on medium and lifetime on biggest unit
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the lowest prices on 1/2 and 1 according to camel.

keep in mind the height, if there is minimal space below your sink.
It is absolutely not the lowest price. These were all cheaper on prime day
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Anybody have experience with these? Any issues? Any advise on which size to get?
I put in the 1HP model a year ago (I think it was $110 then; still a lot cheaper than Insinkerator brand) and the thing powers through almost everything. At first I was afraid it was going to be too loud until I put the rubber drain gasket over the sink hole - surprisingly quiet after that. The body of the unit was a couple inches wider than the unit I was replacing because they've insulated the motor with what I presume to be sound dampening material. So make sure you have the space between your existing plumbing or else be prepared to have to do some engineering to get it to fit. Other thing to note, the metal ring that you usually see at the bottom of the sink around the drain is not a shiny steel but a composite material made to look like metal; it has a comparatively dull lustre; so if you are really picky about appearance at the bottom of your sink (nobody really notices, we've had zero issues) you might not be satisfied. Otherwise, this is a pretty slick deal.
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Why is insinkerator, even when on sale, significantly more expensive? They have a much shorter warranty than this one as well.
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