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  • Is this a good fryer for Putoline use?
  • Premier Icon igm
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    Any thoughts?

    https://www.argos.co.uk/product/7173961

    Premier Icon molgrips
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    Yes, perfect I’d say. I have a single serving one, works well.

    Premier Icon igm
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    Thank you.

    Ordered.

    Premier Icon Aquaprofile
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    I used that fryer this morning for the first time. As a putoline virgin I found the process really easy. Will see how the chains last!

    Premier Icon pampmyride
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    Yep, I’ve got two of those.

    Premier Icon igm
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    Is this the first all in agreement recommendation thread on STW ever?

    Someone’s going to disagree soon

    Premier Icon Rubber_Buccaneer
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    I think that is the exact one I use. Perfect size, basket makes it simple to deal with the chain.  Once done I shut the lid with the basket in place and leave it to set until next time

    Premier Icon epicyclo
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    How do the chips taste after the Putoline? 🙂

    Premier Icon Rubber_Buccaneer
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    Eggy…..must be something to do with the sulphur😀

    Premier Icon doomanic
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    I also use that one and find it perfectly adequate for the task.

    Premier Icon Jordan
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    Yep, me too.

    Premier Icon slowoldman
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    Sounds like they need to rebrand that item.

    Premier Icon FB-ATB
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    How do the chips taste after the Putoline?

    If it makes your chain last ages, do you get everlasting chips?

    Premier Icon FB-ATB
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    I’m trying to find a fryer big enough to take the chain on this

    https://i.postimg.cc/hP2SmXRc/1-BACF344-078-A-4-F3-F-AC88-7-AA8-E736-D6-D3.jpg

    Premier Icon FB-ATB
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    Dammit thought I’d sussed image embedding😡

    Premier Icon core
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    From the ‘share’ menu you wanted the ‘hotlink for forums’ link and then hit the ‘IMG’ button on here and paste the link in.

    Premier Icon FB-ATB
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    Cheers!

    Premier Icon Poopscoop
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    As someone said, a thread with all in agreement!?

    Holy crap! What has become of us?😆

    Premier Icon nakedrider
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    I’ll help out by disagreeing about the fryer.
    It’s white so gets grubby too quickly. A black one would be better.

    Premier Icon Poopscoop
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    We are saved!

    Premier Icon TroutWrestler
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    And what temperature do you set it to?

    Premier Icon sweepy
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    I’m going to disagree about the fryer as well I’m afraid. I know its probably easier but I’ll stick with the camp stove. I AM MAN!

    Until I knock it over, then i’ll quietly buy a new tin, clean up the mess, even more quietly buy a fryer and say no more about it.

    Premier Icon sirromj
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    And what temperature do you set it to?

    Depends how gnar you ride.

    Premier Icon Wally
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    Premier Icon garage-dweller
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    Quick resurrection as about to buy this fryer or similar to do our whole household of chains but how much wax do I need?

    It says it will take up to a 1.5l of oil in the fryer but presumably just enough to cover the chain (one normal tin)?

    Premier Icon molgrips
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    Put the whole tin in. The volume limits on fryers are given to accommodate the foaming when you dunk your chips in. Chains in wax don’t foam so you’ll be fine.

    Premier Icon jkomo
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    I also use a stove, not one of those little ungainly ones but the wide flat ones that you get for car camping. This is mainly due to the fact I already have one. If I didn’t I’d get that fryer.

    Premier Icon alexnharvey
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    The real magic of a dff is the basket, allowing you to lift it out to drain over the was without handling or hooking the chain

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