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Presto 05462 Digital ProFry Immersion-Element 9-Cup Deep Fryer

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  • 9-cup-capacity deep fryer with oblong-shaped basket
  • 1800-watt immersion element for quick preheating and fast recovery
  • Digital control and display; adjustable thermostat; 30-minute timer
  • LED signal light; cover with filter; removable heating element and pot
  • Measures 21-1/2 by 10-3/4 by 11-7/8 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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Professional style deep fryer in a handy at home size. Oblong shaped basket has a 9 cup food capacity. 120 volts, 60 Hz only

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  • Product Dimensions: 21.5 x 10.8 x 11.9 inches ; 4.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 10.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000H91DF0
  • Item model number: 05462
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (197 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #33,494 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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163 of 172 people found the following review helpful By Tempting Reviews TOP 1000 REVIEWER on December 26, 2007
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I love to deep fry food using canola oil. It's actually healthier and more certain than pan frying, especially when dealing with food that needs to be cooked thoroughly before eating, like poultry and fish.

I have a small round fryer that does a good job but it's a NIGHTMARE to clean. The oil reservoir is gritty, so everything sticks to it very well - a major annoyance. It's also difficult to dump the oil without spilling.

Enter this deep fryer. So far I've got no complaints, it's very easy to fry the food, and the basket is a very nice touch that my old fryer doesn't have. One minor nitpick is the basket I just raved about; I wish it were more "mesh" than "fence". Meaning I wish the holes were a lot smaller, so it would act as an effective crumb catcher. That would make the unit a lot easier to clean, and I can see how that might get to be a problem in time. But again, it's a nitpick of mine.

Update 12/28: Ok, I've got complaints. First, the filtering is poor. It will leave the smell of fried-whatever all throughout your place. I've got an el-cheapo $40 fryer that I replaced with this, and the cheap one does a better job of containing that odor. I know this is like some industrial-type stuff so it's to be expected, but I can't keep buying Oust like this.

Secondly, I was right about wanting the mesh. I've fried a couple of times and already there's a nice brown coating on the bottom. IT bothers me, because if they just went with a mesh-style basket I wouldn't have this problem.

Third, it takes WAY too long to heat up. I'd say plan on about 10-15 minutes prep time. Hate to beat a dead horse, but el-cheapo was hot in a matter of 3-5 minutes tops.
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86 of 90 people found the following review helpful By glandpuck on March 16, 2011
I purchased this Presto model after some research. Why this model? First off, 1800 watts is pretty much the maximum electricity that can be handled by a household 110v outlet. More watts would need a 220v line. Next, bigger capacity of oil, say 12 cups means more oil to heat with relatively less wattage. Now, for my evaluation of the unit. The outer shiny metal container that holds the cooking pot is thin metal with some sharp edges. It could be made thicker, but that would add to the cost. Replacements from Presto are cheap. If you want a better one, have your local metal fabricator build it for you or do it yourself in a tech class. The basket is adequately sized and I have cleaned it several times including in the dishwasher with no rusting. This too can be purchased from Presto inexpensively. Also note: food can be cooked without the basket if desired. The cooking pot is heavy duty metal, will last for years and no food residue sticks to it. It is dishwasher safe, however I clean it in the sink. Oil levels are marked into the sides of the cooking pot. The lid is filtered and vented. I do not use the lid when cooking as I believe over time it will accumulate a certain amount of oils that may be difficult to clean, so I just use it when the fryer is not in use. The control panel and heating element with thermostat is an integrated unit. The electrical cord magnetically connects to the unit. This units fits well into the enclosure and pot. The digital thermostat allows temperatures in 25 degree increments from 300 to 375. Red light means heating, green light means at the selected temperature. I purchased and used a cooking thermometer for deep fryers/candy to verify the temperatures of my unit. In fact, from room temperature to 375 degrees took 18 minutes to heat the oil.Read more ›
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57 of 60 people found the following review helpful By SierraQ on May 20, 2009
I've been using this fryer for about six months and so far it has worked very well. I have no other experience with fryers like this so nothing to compare it to but I do have a lot of small appliances and as far as cleaning and maintenance and storage this unit is better than most. It is easy to disassemble, clean, and to pour the oil out if you like to filter and reuse. The basket is serviceable but I've noticed some rust forming on the handle screws despite that I hand wash everything. It may not fare well in the dishwasher even though it says you can put it in there (another reviewed had a bad experience--I haven't tried it). The handle is a tad flimsy but mainly because it folds in, a nice feature, so I'm okay with that. Other than that everything is solid and well built. The basket hooks onto the rim to allow the food to drain but the bottom can still touch the oil if the unit is at the MAX oil mark. I like the fact that it holds exactly the amount of oil in a typical large jug (1 gallon) you find in the grocery store.

Features: Digital temperature control sets one of 4 fixed temperatures: 300, 325, 350, 375. A (loud) beep lets you know when preheating is done. Magnetic power plug easily detaches from back to avoid yanking on unit if something snags the cord. Built-in 30 minutes timer--just a timer--it doesn't shut off the unit or anything like that. Basket folds up for easy storage inside fryer. Easily disassembles for cleaning. Vented lid to prevent oil splatter.

Cooking: Oil heats up in a reasonable time (10-15 minutes) and allows you to prepare the food while waiting. It seems to maintain temperature well based on its own internal thermometer.
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