Excaliber Dehydrater 9 tray

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A friend of mine is selling her excaliber 9 tray for $150 or best offer. Is this a good price? I don't know anything about them. Am slightly interested since I love beef jerky and have thought of making some.

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They are so large they can cost $25-30 just to ship. That seems like a fair price if it is in nice shape. It is a plus if it has a built-in timer as those models are more expensive.
 

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JUMP ALL OVER THAT!!! I have the Excalibur 3900 and I love it. If it has the solid sheets, you can puree fruit and make your own fruit roll up snacks.
YES YES YES YES YES YES!!!!! Go get it NOW! :weee
 

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Bay, I think I'll pass. I'm trying not to have so many gadgets and I really don't think I would use it that much. By the way, the picture she posted looked like the sheets were not smooth but with rigids.

Mary
 

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My dream is to own an Excalibur dehydrator. Saving up for one. Price is good. *hmmm*
 

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Go for it @Carol Dee!!!!!
A friend gave me a dehydrator this past fall (not Excalibur, one of the round ones...?) I haven't used it yet but am excited to start.
 

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It depends on how many tray the dehydrator has and a couple other things. They can sometimes be found for under $100 on Ebay with free shipping.
The one we have, not a Excalibur, was picked up at a garage sale for a few dollars.

If you already have a dehydrator that has gotten too small, then the proper model Excalibur would be a good idea.
 
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