Open Thread: Ambiano Digital Food Dehydrator

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Aldi’s got some options when it comes to food preservation, whether it’s through canning or dehydrating. If you want to dry fruit, veggies, meat, or herbs, Aldi sells the Ambiano Digital Food Dehydrator.

Ambiano Digital Food Dehydrator

What We Know:

The Ambiano Digital Food Dehydrator (product code 95449) sold for $29.99 in September of 2019. It sold for the same price in 2018 and in 2017. That’s cheaper than most other versions we’ve seen.

It’s an ALDI Find (Special Buy), so it’s only in stores for a short time.

Aldi also has sold a different food dehydrator that appears to not have digital features for $24.99 in January of 2019 and for $19.99 in December of 2017.

Features of the Ambiano Digital Food Dehydrator sold in September of 2019 include:

  • Dries fruits, vegetables, meats (jerky), herbs and more
  • Five adjustable/stackable, transparent trays
  • Digital display for timer and temperature
  • Built-in fan maximizes air flow
  • Automatic switch-off
  • 2-year warranty

The dehydrator comes with a top cover, five removable and interchangeable trays, a base, and an instruction manual.

You can find a link to an online manual for the digital food dehydrator here. It contains recipes for drying fruit, making fruit leather, drying veggies, drying herbs, and making jerky, along with information about how to pack and store the finished food products.

After-sales support is provided by Wachsmuth & Krogmann, which is headquartered in Hong Kong with U.S. operations out of Chicago.

What We Don’t Know:

We haven’t tested this model — that’s why it’s an open thread instead of a full review — so we can’t speak to how it performs. We also don’t know much about longevity, or how it compares to previous model years.


Have experience with this digital food dehydrator? We’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments.


About Rachael

Rachael is the Senior Editor for Aldi Reviewer. She is also a freelance writer and editor. You can find her at www.rachaelsjohnston.com.

One Comment

  1. I am using it for the first time tonight with apple slices. So far, so good. It still has 13 hours left of 16 (although I don’t think it will take that long) according to the owners manual. The instructions are rather lengthy and a bit out of order when it comes to information of importance. For example, on page 12. it says “First Use.” and on page 13 it says “Heating the device before first use.” I kind of wish the instructions were more step by step, and with images like an Ikea model to better understand all the WARNINGS and DO NOTs. I think it is much more easy to use than the instructions lead you to believe.

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