Ultimate Dehydrator

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  1. Arthur

    Arthur New Member

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    Hi all, new here I see there is a dehydrator for sale at www.ozfarmer.com its made by Fowlers Australia anyone had any experience with these? or are the ones on ebay better?

    By for now!
    Arthur
     
  2. Michaelangelica

    Michaelangelica Junior Member

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    Officially this post is spam, one usually does not sell stuff on post one.
    But as some Forum members might be intersted in this site i will let it though

    For $185 it should be a good dehydrator.

    The one just given an award by the RHS looks cheaper ($50?) and less energy hungry
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    https://www.chloregy.com/home/green-living/207850-nether-wallop-trading-high-and-dry
    https://www.netherwalloptrading.com/
    In fact it looks easy to DIY
     
  3. pebble

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    hmm, my browser said there was a problem with the security certificate on that site.
     
  4. Michaelangelica

    Michaelangelica Junior Member

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    Not mine Using google
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  5. Arthur

    Arthur New Member

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    Hi Micheal, no I am not wanting to sell something I want to get advice on what to buy :)

    A
     
  6. Grasshopper

    Grasshopper Senior Member

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    My dehydrater was a frame with fly screen I would hang from the washing line it had an extra flap of fly wire to cover everything up
    Mainly did tomatoes.
    Dad still uses it in Melbourne.
    he hangs chillies and herbs on old broom handles under the eaves they need a few more days.

    I bought an electric one like the spam one, once and have used it a few times but it has sat in the box for over 15 years now,I cant see it comming out again ,probably need to sell it, as new hardly used.
     
  7. Michaelangelica

    Michaelangelica Junior Member

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    My apologies Arthur
     
  8. charlesinnaloo

    charlesinnaloo Junior Member

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    I hear cars are very effective, if you like most have a car sitting round in the sun gathering dust, why not put it to use. The worse thing that happens is you get a free flavour air freshener when you next use the car.
     
  9. Fernando Pessoa

    Fernando Pessoa Junior Member

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    I reckon Arthur may have been legit.........thats a great dehydrator idea Grasshopper,thanks.
    Best Wishes
    Fernando
     
  10. bluesapphire

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    I have a vacola dehydrator........it is fantastic....use it all the time. I am a shift worker so having a set routine for taking solar dryer in out each day and also not being a great climate for drying I use an electric one. Do have an old car now parked out back...need to experiment using it as a green house
     

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