InSinkErator 45AS Sink Waste Disposer with Air Switch £89.99 @ Ebay/thewrightbuyltd
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InSinkErator 45AS Sink Waste Disposer with Air Switch £89.99 @ Ebay/thewrightbuyltd

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Found 19th Nov 2015
This is quite niche and there is only 2 left in stock but might help someone, this one comes with the air switch which normally sells for £50, and the 45AS model is usually in the £120 mark
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There's a reason these are niche. It's because there is only one type of person this is aimed at - Americans.
Edited by: "M0nk3h" 19th Nov 2015
I've got one of these and, whilst it's handy for some things, don't think you can get rid of your brown food waste bin. There are a surprising number of things you can't use in waste disposals... starchy foods, fruit stones, bones (although I have used ours for chicken bones), bread, fatty off-cuts, etc.
M0nk3h

There's a reason these are niche. It's because there is only one type of … There's a reason these are niche. It's because there is only one type of person this is aimed at - Americans.


Nonsense - you're out of touch. Used to be said about dishwashers and microwaves too by the ignorati. They're common enough in the UK (had one for 30+ years) and once you've had one you realise how indispensable they are. Pricey, maybe, but decent ones are extremely reliable and last for many years.
M0nk3h

There's a reason these are niche. It's because there is only one type of … There's a reason these are niche. It's because there is only one type of person this is aimed at - Americans.



only niche because they aren't something many people think about putting into a kitchen but once you see how much waste you get after not having one they are certainly worth it.
Newbold

Nonsense - you're out of touch. Used to be said about dishwashers and … Nonsense - you're out of touch. Used to be said about dishwashers and microwaves too by the ignorati. They're common enough in the UK (had one for 30+ years) and once you've had one you realise how indispensable they are. Pricey, maybe, but decent ones are extremely reliable and last for many years.



When you think of a typical British home, a food disposer isn't something that's common, only in America do you really see them. I'm sorry but it's not that hard to simply scrape into the bin is it?

eslick

only niche because they aren't something many people think about putting … only niche because they aren't something many people think about putting into a kitchen but once you see how much waste you get after not having one they are certainly worth it.



I mean sure, granted it cuts down on waste but there's no harm is just using an ordinary household bin.
M0nk3h

When you think of a typical British home, a food disposer isn't something … When you think of a typical British home, a food disposer isn't something that's common, only in America do you really see them. I'm sorry but it's not that hard to simply scrape into the bin is it?I mean sure, granted it cuts down on waste but there's no harm is just using an ordinary household bin.


I suppose it depends what you regard as a typical British home. Agreed, they're not in every home, but they're by no means as uncommon as you seem to think they are.

And of course it's perfectly possible to use a bin. But it's an awful lot simpler, quicker and less messy just to rinse all the plates straight into the sink! No bits of meat and bones hanging around in the kitchen to attract flies in the summer, either.
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