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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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.Read more ›
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.
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
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The only thing I like about my TSM Dehydrator is that it does not take a lot of counter space and it has lots of drawers. It takes forever to dehydrate anything. Read morePublished 5 days ago by dreyno
2 yrs. After getting this and it's still going strong and I have made EVERYTHING from deer jerky to fruit roll ups. Still love itPublished 7 days ago by Randy Henson
we have done Modesto apricots, Madera County raisins, Lake County Bartlett pears and Mendocino County apples.
Works very well.
I bought this on October 3, 2014. At first I didn't use it often, but this summer and fall I have used it a bunch. Read morePublished 7 months ago by J. Peters
After 3 years I still really like it. its been left running overnight many times and for more than a day on a few occasions. Read morePublished 8 months ago by that guy
It did a great job of drying the fruit (apples); it usually took 8 hours for a full 10 trays, and yes not all the trays dried at the same rate, but I did not expect them to.Published 8 months ago by Richard H. Schenck
Was really disappointed . I used once and the tomatoes just molded. The fan worked but the heating element didn't. Read morePublished 8 months ago by jerry mahaffeyt