T-fal FR7008 Ultimate EZ Clean 3.3-Liter Stainless Steel Immersion Deep Fryer, 2.65-Pound, Silver
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- Family capacity: 2.65 lbs of food / 3.3L of oil; 2-position basket for cooking and draining food; external basket handle
- Immersed heating element for professional results; Adjustable thermostat to select the perfect frying temperature; temperature-ready light to let you know when the oil reaches the correct frying temperature
- Patented oil filtration system with automatic oil drainage system automatically drains and filters good oil into integrated oil container for future use
- Permanent odor filter in lid for reduced cooking odors; Viewing window in lid; Handles incorporated into the housing for easy transportation and storage; Dishwasher safe removable parts (except for electrical heating element)
- 1,700 watts of power; 1-year limited warranty
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|Item Dimensions||13 x 19 x 16 in||13.7 x 18.3 x 14.8 in||12 x 19.3 x 13.6 in||11.38 x 13.13 x 8.58 in||18.25 x 12.75 x 12.5 in||12 x 19 x 12 in|
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Prepare all your fried favorites for the entire family with the T-fal FR7008 Ultimate EZ Clean Deep Fryer. This T-fal deep fryer features a unique oil filtration system which automatically drains and filters oil for future use. The oil is stored in a separate, sealed plastic container for easy storage until the next use. The T-fal FR7008 Ultimate EZ Clean Deep Fryer also has an Advanced Oil Temperature Heating System which provides the ideal frying temperature to help seal the food's exterior for minimal oil absorption and healthier fried foods. The powerful 1,700-watt heating element quickly rebounds to the selected oil temperature for crispy fried foods. The T-fal Utimate EZ Clean Deep Fryer has a nice family capacity and the optimal relationship between oil capacity (3.3L) and food capacity (2.65 lbs.) keeps oil absorption to a minimum for healthier fried foods. Enjoy crispy chicken wings, tasty onion rings and delicious French fries.
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There is a fixed fine mesh strainer at the bottom of the metal reservoir of the fryer, which is easy to clean with a soft vegetable or bottle brush, or you can just put everything except for the heating unit in the dishwasher One of the things I didn't like is the strainer screen on DeLonghi, is that it is small and you have to pull it out with your fingers to clean. I am concerned that it might collapse with a little too much pressure on it. On the T-fal, the screen is built-in so I don't have to bother with manipulating it. Also, the plug was a real problem to get to stay in the DeLonghi. It's only a magnet, not a plug. The controls are more user-friendly on the T-fal, but it has no timer. This isn't a hard thing to manage, because I would rather watch the fryer myself to pull the items out at the appropriate stage of brown and crispiness. The DeLonghi won't work unless you set the timer, so that was actually a downside.
I like the digital screen on the DeLonghi so I can see the temp as the oil cools, but it takes hours to cool enough to put back into a plastic container, anyway. I don't really use the lid on either model, thinking it holds in the steam, which is not my intention. I can either leave the oil in the plastic container, or drain it back into the original bottle. This is easy to clean and lightweight without the oil. Instead of leaving it out all the time I can carry it into the storeroom.
Now that I've had the T-fal for a little while, I've noticed that temperature markings on the dial are wearing off from washing it. I think I'm going to have to make notches in the dial so I know where the main temperatures are, which is why I marked it as only 4 stars.
I received the replacement heating element and tried it out......it still doesn't reach 374 degrees which is what I had the dial set to. But they are consistent - the old one's max temp was 355 and this replacement only hits 361. I have a feeling they're banking on most folks not testing their fryers. I'm going to call again and see what happens. Oh and if you miss the moment the light goes out, it starts cooling off - down to 344 in 15 min. And as one other customer said, it takes up a huge amount of space in your dishwasher. I like all the nifty features and filtering but it's pointless if I can't count on it to be the temperature I need.
6/26/2013 Ok - I gave up after playing Ring Around the Consumer with T-Fal for 6 months. They sent me 3 separate heating elements, swearing that no one else had ever complained of the unit not heating to 374. None of the heating elements even came close. So finally they said to send the whole unit back and they would test it. I sent it back and guess what, they said their test found nothing wrong with the unit and it heated to 379. Of course they didn't say the OIL got to 379 (which it didn't). It depresses me to think I wasted 6 months on good faith that they would fix it. According to several guys on this web site, all they would have had to do is turn the little screw on the bottom of the thermostat inside the casing - they didn't. The unit still didn't heat properly when returned and to add insult to injury, they returned it DIRTY, OILY, and a crusty ring of burnt oil around the inside of the container.........sheesh. So I threw caution to the wind, opened the heating element casing and found the little screw to turn..........Jeff and Whazzzup were right! The unit now heats to 445......chuckle. I need to turn the screw back down a little but I'm delighted that someone here had an answer.........otherwise I was going to throw it in the firepit and watch it finally get to 374+!!!!
Update. I did recently have an oil leak -- had nothing to do with overfilling. I'd let the oil cool and when I went to empty it, there was oil on the counter top and all over the reservoir. What much have happened is the valve was not completely closed or had some small bit of food in it. Now, after cleaning, I check the valve to be sure no water leaks out. Haven't had a problem since, but now have the unit sitting on a heavy towel, just in case.