Excalibur 3900 Review
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Excalibur 3900 Reviews. Part 1
I suppose everyone who once tried those irritating round tower-type dehydrators will understand this feedback. I can’t say for every user of such round tower-type dryers but I and my friends are sure they were created to make life even more complicated. Personally I bought three different dehydrators with round tower-type design and all of them were very bad for regular exploitation. That is why when I saw the new Excalibur 3900 Deluxe Series 9 Tray Food Dehydrator on sale I decided to try something new and right now can claim that this was one of the best purchases made during the last 5 months.
Forget about all those lacks the round tower-type dehydrators have: too much noise produced by a motor, easy-to-crack trays, and holes in trays which are big enough to forget about drying berries. I guess most customers agree that the round-shaped trays with big holes are inconvenient and not suitable for drying fruits or flowers. The Excalibur 3900 square-shaped model so far seems to be pure satisfaction and perfection comparing to the round-designed models and even hybrids (like the L’Eqip unit). It operates without obvious drawbacks and I can dry berries, flowers and other stuff being confident it won’t get broken soon as the previous dryers I owned did.
The Excalibur 3900 dehydrator is equipped with nine convenient in usage trays made of polycarbonate which is not so easy to crack. Each tray offers 15 square feet of space to use without big holes. The unit is quite powerful, 600 Watts, and it has a convenient and adjustable thermostat options letting set up temperature from 85 to 145oF. Add to this its comparatively low price and a 10-year warranty and you will get the best dehydrator which is available online.
Excalibur 3900 Review. Part 2
There are few benefits of the Excalibur 3900 dehydrator I’d like to emphasize:
1) Foremost, its heating element and fan system are flawless making air streams equally spread all over the interior chamber during dehydration. There won’t be left any badly dried spots on food after using this unit. There can be also used different temperature modes for providing low or high levels of heating according to what you are going to dry – herbs or fruits.
2) The timer settings are also worth of praising as well. They can be installed for turning off automatically which is great for me because usually I have no time to sit and wait for the end of dehydration.
3) If I could say something better than perfect about the square trays the Excalibur 3900 dehydrator has, I would definitely do this. Well, they are spacious enough to let me cut fruits in wide strips and use plastic wraps to provide better drying. And when I say spacious, I mean really big trays comparing to all other models of dehydrators I have ever seen. I don’t have to batch the small amount of food for one-time drying, wait and then repeat doing the same boring thing. The trays are easy to remove to get more free space for larger fruits to dry and they also have the mesh lines convenient for using when drying herbs, flowers or chopped fruits at the same time. Different products do not mix during dehydration when laying on the same tray.
The only thing I don’t like is that these trays are not very easy to clean up but this is so far the only drawback about the Excalibur 3900 dehydrator that comes to my mind. My general impression is perfect and I advise to buy this dryer for everyone who is interested in using a steady and high-quality dehydrator.