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    SousVide Demi

    Continuing my would be purchases, CHEFS was also selling brand new SousVide Demi machines for $129, with a 20% coupon, brings it to just over $100. Should I go back and get it? They said CHEFS stop carrying it because they only sold two (in store) in the last year.
    Jason

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    Where is this? I'd absolutely go for it.

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    I want one, too, for that price it's a no-brainer.

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    We have a CHEFS catalog outlet in Colorado Springs, they have four in stock. I think they are black and red and unopened.
    Jason

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    I can't see any reason not to buy one. Even if you find you don't use it, you can likely resell it for a profit.

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    grab em all and sell me one for a small profit .

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    Quote Originally Posted by rahimlee54 View Post
    grab em all and sell me one for a small profit .
    Hey, get in line

    Stefan

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    I paid full retail and feel like it was a bargain.

    I would take one too if you were to find the ambition to distribute some.
    -Enjoy the ride. *** All statements made herein are my personal opinion and nothing more, regardless of tone or context. ***

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    The kitchen specialty stores around here suck. Lots of product, great selection, horrible prices and never any sales. Oh, and yes, they do believe MAC is the be-all and end-all of J-knives.
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    What would be a good vacuum sealer for this? Expensive and inexpensive.
    Jason

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