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TSM Products TSM Harvest Food Dehydrator

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  • Easily makes great tasting natural snacks
  • Make jerky fruit leathers apple chips or any of your favorite dried fruits or vegetables
  • 600W Motor 110V with adjustable thermostat
  • Temperature ranges from 84 - 155F
  • Inchcludes 10 polyscreen trays provid inchg over 10sq ft of dry inchg space
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Excellent for raw food cooking. Easily makes great tasting natural snacks like jerky, fruit leathers, apple chips or any of your favorite dried fruits or vegetables. Motor 110V/ 600W with adjustable thermostat; temperature ranges from 84º - 155ºF. Comes with 10 polyscreen trays providing over 10sq. ft. of drying space.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 13.5 x 13 x 18 inches
Item Weight 20.2 pounds
Shipping Weight 20.2 pounds
Manufacturer TSM Products
ASIN B002UUT4C8
Item model number 32709
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4.3 out of 5 stars 66 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #182,652 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#170 in Kitchen & Dining > Small Appliances > Specialty Appliances > Food Dehydrators
#848 in Sports & Outdoors > Sports & Fitness > Hunting & Fishing > Fishing > Accessories > Food Processing
Date first available at Amazon.com August 1, 2009

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By W. Harrison on October 16, 2012
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and this thing is horrible. So if I can help others save their hard earned money, please save up for an Excalibur. They are worth what they cost and I'll tell you why. I got my TSM Harvest Dehydrator today and I was very excited. I have a lot that I need to get dehydrated before it goes bad. I already have a 9 tray Excalibur and needed another. So I started shopping around and found this. It is a thing of beauty. It takes up less counter space because the trays are not as wide as the Excalibur, but they give you a tenth tray. The trays do not come with mesh sheets, and therefore, things that are smaller can fall through the trays. The trays could also break because of the kind of plastic they're made of, whereas, the Excaliburs trays flex. I would not worry about them breaking. There is not front door, but the trays are designed in such a way that when they are all in the unit, it doesn't need a door. The proof is in the pudding, though and this is the most important thing I can say about this product. I put in a load of 1/8 inch sliced zucchini in the TSM Harvest at 3 pm today. I put exactly the same thing in my Excalibur at 6 pm this evening. It is now 11:00 pm and the zucchini in the Excalibur are ready to come out. I didn't have to rotate the trays, turn them . . .nothing. The zucchini in the TSM Harvest might be dehydrated by in the morning and they might not. It doesn't dehydrate evenly. The zucchini in the back and around the edges of some (not all) of the trays are dry. The zucchini in the middles of the trays and the front are about as dry as if they would have been in my Excalibur an hour. So if you're not familiar with dehydrators, let me tell you, I have used the round ones and the Excalibur.Read more ›
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I purchased this TSM model after mulling over the purchase of a dehydrator for a few months and reading many, many reviews. I liked the reviews elsewhere on TSM stainless steel models, but wanted to test the waters with dehydrating foods before taking that kind of plunge. I've been putting it through it's paces for the last week and despite a few quibbles, I'm pretty happy with this machine.

On the plus side, this thing packs a lot of drying space into its footprint: a little over 10 sq. ft. for something that's the size of a small microwave. I can dry up to three pineapples' worth of thinly cut slices overnight, and in the morning, rinse off the trays for some beef jerky that will be finished by that evening. Second, this model is relatively quiet. I have an open floor plan downstairs, and the ambient noise level for the kitchen/living area is about 48 dB. With the dehydrator running, it's about 56 dB from across the room and 66 dB standing right in front of it. The volume on the TV has to be kicked up a bit when something's drying, but it's not too bad. I also really appreciate that the trays are dishwasher safe. After a batch of jerky, I just pop them into the lower rack and run the dishwasher (no heat on the drying cycle). Finally, the machine is pretty efficient in terms of heat loss; I haven't noticed the ambient temperature in my kitchen rising when I run the dehydrator.

Now the negatives: I'm really disappointed that this machine doesn't come with at least a couple mesh screens or non-stick sheets. Comparably priced models (such as the L'equip) give you at least a couple of these nifty accessories. The holes on these trays are large enough that a blueberry or small grape could (and do!) fall through them as they dry.
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After seeing so many positive reviews on the Excalibur, the favored dehydrator of raw foodies, I had originally planned to purchase one of their models. Not having quite enough money to spend on one I did more research on the TSM. Being that TSM's main product is commercial dehydrators I figured I couldn't go wrong with theirs. Besides being more than $50 cheaper than a comparable Excalibur it also has one more tray than the Excalibur. I have had great experiences with it. It makes very little noise and does an excellent job on everything from dried tomatoes to kale chips. Love it and would recommend it to anyone who is considering the Excalibur. Save yourself some money and get an extra tray to boot. Great investment and great product~!
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By NS on February 7, 2010
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I love this thing!
We got it to try and make beef jerky, the one thing we hadn's tried yet.
But it's so easy to operate, never imagined we'd get so much use out of this gadget - kids are eating the dried fruits up by the pounds, when before the apples just stayed in the vase for days and days. I've tried rising the dough and making croutons. Works wonderfully, cleans up in a second. Highly recommend.
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It works but it's flimsy - I don't thinks this will last more than 2 hard working seasons. It's cheap plastic, thin & wobbly, and the drawers are tough to open. When I ordered this, I called the manufacturer and asked for country of origin. The gal said America, she lied. It's Chinese plastic. Unfortunately for me, I needed the dryer immediately and couldn't wait another 8 weeks for an Excalibur. I've ordered an Excalibur, heavy duty, American made and guaranteed for a lifetime of service.

Pass on this unless you just want a cheapo model to use once or twice each season. Buy an ExcaliburExcalibur 3900 Deluxe Non-Timer Series 9 Tray Food Dehydrator - Black
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