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  • Includes: Searzall, Pre-attached aluminum sleeve adapter, 2-mm Allen key, Pre-attached thumbscrew, Searzall spacing stick (torch is not included but is necessary for use).

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Some love it, some hate it, but this is the lowest price the tool as ever been. Great for finishing sous vide cooks. Perfect timing for the holidays, too.
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I do a lot of Sous Vide, so I got this a few years ago. I was shocked how long it took to brown the meat, it was a lot more work than my stainless steel pan and I couldn't tell the difference in the outcome. I haven't used it since...
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These work well enough but if you already have access to a cast iron pan for your cook these aren't worth the money imo. To each their own.
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i have one of these attached to a Bernzomatic torch; great tool for searing at the end of sous vide cooking (among a host of other methods to finish/sear).
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This almost never goes on sale. Waited for months for it to drop, never did. Ended up paying full price.
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These work well enough but if you already have access to a cast iron pan for your cook these aren't worth the money imo. To each their own.
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I use this a lot for irregular things that won't go nicely on a flat surface. For instance I will be using this to sear my turkey parts that I will be cooking sous vide this week.
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Best tool for my steaks after sous vide. Better than pan searing since there's none of that excessive smoke in the kitchen.
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Wish I used mine more. Seems like my cheap cast iron absolutely kills it compared to this.
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Cast iron with smaller inch thick steaks end up getting overcooked when trying to get a thick crust after sous vide. This is where this comes in handy.

It wouldn't matter as much for roasts though
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I almost got it years back when I saw Kenji Lopez use it on his sous vide ribeye. Looks cool but so expensive. I've been using my charcoal chimney starter to sear my sous vide steaks. It gets super hot and works great.

Eventually I'll get one but not right now.
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Put me down in the "hate" camp, I guess. I got one as a gift. It's just the head part. You have to go to your garage (or local HD/Lowes) and get a Bernzomatic torch AND the can of fuel. Could be as much as $50-70 more. I had the wrong kind or torch (mine is the "turbo/cyclone") and the wrong kind of fuel (can't use MAPP). So I returned it to the store for something else.

For $120+ all in, I'll just use a creme brulee torch or a cast iron pan.
You definitely do NOT want to use MAPP gas to sear food unless you want to be eating toxic byproducts of propyne and propadiene and want your food to taste like acetylene.
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Damnit, didnt need one but got one and Benzomatic TS8000 to go with it.

Been using a basic attachment on those butane bottles but the flame is small and hard to get a nice even sear, plus it'll do good melting cheese!

Thanks!
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I have this and almost never use it. Unless you leave it attached to you torch it isn't super fast to setup. If you do leave it setup it is sort of top heavy and can fall over. You need to use the short fat propane bottles to keep it stable. Also...I think I'm better and faster just using the bare torch. It is useful, but for me the setup cost isn't worth it
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I use mine regularly, even when I am cooking using conventional methods, e.g.: Making fried rice. It speeds up cooking significantly.
The grill goes quickly and cost relatively a lot compared to the cost of the searzall itself, ironically
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