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Weston VegiKiln Tray Food Dehydrator

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  • Electronic food dehydrator with 10 pull-out trays
  • Over 10 square feet of drying space; no need to rotate trays
  • 600-watt heating element; 5-1/2-inch-wide ultra-quiet fan
  • Color-coded adjustable thermostat; lightweight design
  • Measures approximately 21 by 15-2/5 by 15-2/5 inches
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Weston 75-0201-W VegiKiln 10-Tray Food Dehydrator + Pack of 9 Premium 14" x 14" Non-Stick Dehydrator Sheets- For Excalibur 2500, 3500, 2900 or 3900 + Mary Bell's Complete Dehydrator Cookbook
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Size: 10-Tray
  • Product Dimensions: 15.4 x 21 x 15.4 inches ; 18.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 35 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B001V7GX0W
  • Item model number: 750201W
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
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Size: 10-Tray

The Weston Vegikiln 10-tray, food dehydrator easily make healthy, delicious and natural snacks like banana chips, fruit roll-ups, yogurt and jerky. Makes great take-along snacks for hunting, fishing camping or road trips. Retains natural flavor of foods without additives or preservatives.

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Customer Reviews

Basically, I feel like it could be better engineered here.
It lasted for several years, but it would take 12 hours to dry, where my nescos took 8 at the same temp and I did not have to keep flipping the racks.
I did try calling the company first and they never answered the phone.
L. Frazer

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63 of 64 people found the following review helpful By JT female on March 19, 2010
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raw foodists will go for an Excalibur dehydrator (expensive)...just because all their raw book authors tell them it's the best. A dehydrator is not exactly a high tech machine, so I bought this less expensive brand instead. (Also because I already splurged on a good blender) It had qualities that the Excalibur also has: fan in the back instead of the bottom and a thermostat so you know you're not destroying enzymes. I've used this for 3 months now and it does just about everything I want it to do. If you're making raw crackers, you will need 13.5 x 10.5 nonstick dehydrator sheets. You can use plastic wrap at first but it gets messy. The sheets fit pretty well on the trays except for that rounded indented shape in the front of the tray . This did not bother me since those crackers don't turn out perfectly square anyway, they will sort of shrink when dry.

cons (that I can live with):
-The excalibur has a door that covers all the trays at once, so if you want to dry something bulky (more than a couple inches height), you can just take out a tray to make more vertical space, and close the door. You can't do that with a VegiKiln because each tray is it's own "door". Maybe I can remove a tray and then cover the entire front side with plastic or something, I will need to experiment.

-the bottom of the dehydrator is not that easy to clean, it has all these ridges, which gives the machine stability (I guess) but wiping it down is a pain because all those crevices are hard to get to. I had to bring the entire machine to the sink and shake out all the "crumbs". That was not pleasant, but I don't have to do it all the time.

-the fan is reportedly "quiet" compared to others, even quieter than excalibur.
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49 of 52 people found the following review helpful By T. Guymon on March 30, 2009
Size Name: 6-Tray Verified Purchase
I've tried dehydrators before, the cheapies you find in thrift stores, but they never worked. I finally did a little research and learned that the horizontal airflow type is best, and I looked for something inexpensive. Knowing "you get what you pay for," I was a little nervous that the Weston 6-tray dehydrator was so cheap, but I bought one. Wow! I am delighted! It dries sliced tomatoes perfectly. Sliced bananas become little bonbons. I even tried drying potato slices--blah, they're not potato chips, they're crumbly and bitter. But that wasn't the dehydrator's fault. Everything I have put in, it has dried perfectly. I couldn't be happier.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By gettin' older on November 5, 2009
Size Name: 8-Tray Verified Purchase
This is an nice alternative to the expensive ones out there. However, the plastic trays are not as durable as the expensive ones and would break a bit easier. I ordered non-stick sheets from Amazon also. The top tray doesn't get adequate coverage from the fan, but I've found that to be true in other dehydrators as well. One thing I really love about this product is that it comes in a choice of three sizes: 6, 8, and 10 shelves. And the price is right!
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By ModestOne on October 26, 2010
Size Name: 6-Tray Verified Purchase
Ordered unit, had it over-nighted (thanks Amazon Prime), was delivered with great packaging and looks like it suffered no ills in shipping.

I opened it up, plugged it in and turned it on for an initial test to see that the unit was working.

The dehydrator turned on, and got hot, but was making a lot of vibration type sounds from the motor, and didn't seem to be moving any air.

I stopped the unit, took out the trays, and looked in at the fan assembly to find that the fan blade was not attached to the motor shaft, instead it was floating around freely in the metal protection cage at the back of the unit. The "C" clip that was supposed to hold the fan blade on the shaft, was sitting in the bottom of the unit.

I ordered this half expecting to modify/change/upgrade parts over time, but I wasn't really expecting it to be dead on arrival. However I was not about to waste time and money sending it back and getting a different one, this was an easy fix, so I decided to fix it.

The VegiKiln is really easy to take apart and work on, 6 or so screws on the back, pulls out the whole fan and heating assembly, a few more takes off the protective cage around it.

I was able to pretty quickly put the fan back on the shaft, and the "C" clip on top holding it in place correctly, and get it all back together.

It now seems to run great, and is pretty quiet, but given how easy it is to change stuff on this thing, I already have some ideas to make it even quieter, and possibly more efficient.

Before putting food in it, I would let it run at full heat for a while, then turn the heat off but leave the fan on for a while. Like anything that gets warm, it will put off some smells when its brand new.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By witchyhour on February 22, 2011
Size Name: 10-Tray Verified Purchase
I purchased this dehydrator to use side-by-side with my Nesco. You can view my review for the Nesco for additional info on that one. The main reason I went for having a second one was because I make different flavors and didn't want to make them at the same machine, getting the aromas mixed up. Here's my take:

First and foremost, IF YOU ARE USED TO A DIFFERENT DEHYDRATOR, keep an eye on the timing with this one. This is a very powerful machine, which is a great thing! But if you're used to something that is not as powerful, keep that in mind. The first time I used this dehydrator, I calculated that, if my Nesco took about 3 hours, this one would probably take about 2. When I checked after 2 hours, my beef jerky was crispy like potato chips. It's not bad, but not the end product I was looking for.

- Very fast drying
- Huge drying area, approx. 10 sq ft
- Nice looking for a dehydrator, doesn't look bad on the counter, even if it's huge
- Set up is nice, don't need to remove the top and the trays can be removed individually because they are not the wall of the dehydrator like the Nesco trays are.

- Pricy compared to the Nesco I use. Although the Nesco comes with only 4 trays, you can purchase additional ones and the total price for the Nesco, plus two 2-tray sets, comes up to about $70. And after I calculated the drying square footage, I realized that the Nesco with 8 trays has about the same drying area as this one with 10 trays.
- For some reason, and this may be user-related and not really an issue with the machine, I can't make the jerky leathery with this dehydrator. It seems to go from raw and soft to crunchy, which is not necessarily a bad thing, and I actually make a flavor that I prefer crunchy, so it's all good.
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