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is in, but, no colors K49398

 

Just getting mine at Bed and bath with 20% off, no shp and pick up on spot

Both places will charge tax.

 

I've been waiting for it to come in for a color, but, live chat person told me

No colors, so, I'll pass.

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HSN had more buying power I guess since they got it in colors

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@Sharke 

HSN offers notifications when the Ninja is back in stock with your color choice.

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yeah, I"m down for it, but, not gonna wait a yr when I want something I want it in at least a month or 2. 

See what David says Sun he sure don't pay any attention to his Facebook

page. Looks like he would check it once a week at least.

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At least the QVC version is in the grey/black, which I much prefer to the all-black, which was the only color left when I ordered mine at the TS price from HSN. I've been waiting for them to restock the colors to exchange mine for a white or cinnamon, but no joy as of yet.

 

But the QVC and HSN models are not the same. The QVC Foodi does not have the dehydrator function, while HSN's machine does. This means the QVC is probably the base model OP301, and HSN is OP302H. The dehydrator rack or equipment is sold by Ninja and didn't come with the HSN machine, but still, nice to have the option, and for $20 less.

 

Maybe the Q will be doing a deal on the 8-quart version of the machine at some point. That would make sense.

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don't believe in dehyrating. Why take a good piece of something and take the life out of it.  As Mamie said in Gone with the Wind

"It ain't fitting, it just ain't fitting". LOL

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Re: Ninja Foodi

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@Sharke wrote:

don't believe in dehyrating. Why take a good piece of something and take the life out of it.  As Mamie said in Gone with the Wind

"It ain't fitting, it just ain't fitting". LOL


@Sharke Dehydrating! They’re just mules in horse harnesses and they don’t fool anybody. lol!

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@Sharke wrote:

don't believe in dehyrating. Why take a good piece of something and take the life out of it.  As Mamie said in Gone with the Wind

"It ain't fitting, it just ain't fitting". LOL


LOL. I just finished a little box of raisins. Seemed plenty lively to me, but different strokes, etc. I guess I like the chewy aspect of dehydrated food. Not that I'll ever use that function with my Foodi, but I like having the luxury of possibility.

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Re: Ninja Foodi

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The dehydrator is not a feature but is something extra you have to buy. It's a rack insert. Ninja's website sells this rack for I think $29.

 

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@SilleeMee wrote:

The dehydration is not a feature but is something extra you have to buy. It's a rack insert. Ninja's website sells this rack for I think $29.

 

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I think you're right. When you look on the Ninja site, it shows this add-on working with all of the Foodis. So what you don't get is the dedicated button.

 

OTOH, QVC is adding to the confusion when, in answer to a question on the listing page, it says, "We would like to inform you that this Ninja® Foodi™ 6.5-qt 7-in-1 Pressure Cooker w/ TenderCrisp™ Technology does not have the Dehydrate function." That was from the CS Team, not a Ninja specialist.

 

I'm sure buyers who'd like to throw out their freestanding dehydrators would like a firm answer.