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This is a great turkey fryer. It took me about 30 mins to put it all together which was a little annoying but easy as long as you followed the instructions. It works great. Like all new fryers out there it has the 15 min auto switch off function. The thermometer that came with mine was bent and I'm going to have to go by a local store to see if I can have it replaced. I have no idea if that can cause the temp reading to be off or not. The first use was over Thanks Giving on a 15 lb bird. ... It took 30 mins to heat the oil up and the click start wouldn't work right ( I don't know if that is my fault or not though ) but it cooked the bird excellent. I look forward to quite a few low country boils and steamed oysters. The versatility of this fryer is the reason I purchased it. So other than a few small things I would recommend purchasing this fryer if you are looking for something that will allow you to do much more than just fry large birds.
I bought this several months ago for two reasons. 1) Fry Turkeys and 2) Fry Stuffed Jalapeno. Two days before Thanksgiving and discover it does NOT INCLUDE Turkey Stand. It's a nice set but Really? Good thing I checked or I would've been screwed on Turkey morning. Ok found one in store for $6 but I had to hunt for it, they moved them to the front under a shelf. Just blows my my mind a Deluxe Turkey Fryer that does not include Turkey Stand. The
Bought this on the way to the lake. Easy to assemble (no instructions), side tray was awesome and regulator has a variable gas control knob, which we used to keep the oil from over heating. When we fired it up the first time, no soot, no smoke, no problems, with the air shutter set in the middle. Gas control was about 10 turns so there is a lot of adjustment available. Pleasantly surprised to see an almost invisible jet flame roaring out of the aluminum burner. Windy, 75 degree day, but ... the skirt is very much closed, shielding the gas flame from the Oklahoma wind. We loaded it up (separately) with frozen breaded okra, hush pups, breaded shrimp, frozen potato wedges and refrigerated fish. On the highest flame, we had to keep turning it down to keep the oil under 400 degrees. A long high temp thermometer was also in the box, although it was not listed. This thing exceeded my performance expectations in every way. As for durability, we'll wait and see, the aluminum fry pan/ lid and burner assembly were pretty light weight aluminum so you'll have to pack them away carefully. If I replace the fryer every 5 years, I'll still be thrilled. You cant go wrong with this fryer. With Academy's $5.99 heavy duty skimmer tool and a gallon of peanut oil, you'll be happy you bought this fryer.
I bought this to steam and fry seafood. Best value on the market as I shopped around. Well built, easy to put together, and arrived quickly. Now I just need to catch something for a low country boil.
my old turkey frier died so i had to get a last minute one and found this fryer stand. it said not to cook turkey( most likely a legal thing since it doesn't have an automatic shut off valve in case the temps reach 400) but, it cooked turkey great.
I bought this product and I am very happy with the prompt delivery and the sturdiness, and the weight of the stand.
I just started home brewing and this was definitely a great choice and I couldn't find a better price for the overall. This model puts out the BTUs I need for my 40 quart brew pot and sits very stable on four legs. The strong construction will last me for quite some time, probably forever. A solid column of flame got my 6 1/2 gallons of beer wort up to a rolling boil out on the deck in 20 min. (in the middle of winter at 30 F). Cons: It can be adjusted down to simmer smaller pots, but it's kind ... of touchy and puts off a lot of soot at the lower settings. The thermometer that comes with it is not very accurate either, but hey, it's a freebie.
Only done a test run when the my 80 qt pot. Brought 8 gallons to a roiling boil in 15 minutes. Pot was filled with garden hose, water temperature was 60 degrees. Might need ear protection, (joking) but this baby is loud.
Our group of friends get together many times during crawfish season and so far 3 of us each bought one of these. We were able to cook the crawfish quickly and efficiently. Not a lot of clean up either. 5 stars!
I absolutely love this unit. I actually was able to do 3 smaller sacks of crawfish in it, about 90lbs. I've boiled the old fashioned way for years, but this made it so much easier. Thanks to the drain valve, you can purge and clean them in it. Then boil them in it. We even put some dishwashing soap in it after the boil and washed our platters and stuff in it! It takes about 35 minutes to bring it to a boil which isn't bad considering the volume that's in it. Once you've used a boiler like this, ... there is no way you can go back to the old way.
I read several other reviews that said it took forever to get this thing to boil or would not boil at all so I was a little worried. I set the flame about mid way and found the same situation. Aparently you have to crank it up pretty good. Once I did, got to a good rolling boil in less than 15 minutes. This thing is very stable with adjustable legs. Very high quality.
I really like this unit height of the pot is right the burner truly boils a full pot of water in about 35 minutes. The legs are adjustable. I would recommend this unit to anyone looking for a all in one boiling system.
Completely awesome!!! Get your boil rolling in no time!!!
This burner is not only stylish but functional! Definitely recommend!
This a great crawfish/shrimp boiler. Got water to boil in about 20 minutes, easy clean up. I actually enjoy the cooking now, not just the eating. Very sturdy and well made.
I bought one and it is so easy to use. My husband had a stoke years ago and only has use of one hand.He loves boiling seafood and is just great for him to use.
I purchased this Burner to boil crawfish In a 15 or 20 gallon pot. It does a great job of heating large amounts of tapwater to a rolling boil in just a short time. A regular burner take for ever to heat the water to that extent. The tripod burner is also very stable and has no problem with the amount of weight involved with a pot of water and a sack of crawfish.
This burner boils the water in our 80quart pit in about ten minutes. Wonderful for crawfish boils!