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I bought the previous edition of this fryer two years ago and it's been great.
Other people can talk expertly about turkeys. I'll talk about vegetable tempura... LOTS of crisp, hot vegetable tempura, all at once, so for once, everybody gets to eat at the same time. It let me serve fresh hot doughnuts to an entire team of cold volunteer park cleaner-uppers at once. It even makes a decent mulled cider. Basically, it's been a very good machine and a lot more versatile than I expected.
Couple of common-sense warnings - when the chamber is full of oil and food, it is HEAVY. Put it on something sturdy (no card tables) and make sure kids and pets can't get anywhere near it. Also, if you put it on your kitchen counter, unless you are really tall, you're going to be lifting the basket of food up beyond shoulder height to put it in the fryer and take it out. Figure out if that works for you and if it doesn't, maybe consider a lower sturdy place to set it.
Go forth and fry.
Really, I'm not blue, I don't have a ratty beard, and I NEVER wear pink.