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  • Frank Lorenzen - Good Program but need work for the novice

    The program has some neat features and its not as easy as I thought. There is a new learning curve and takes time. the library is not as extensive as I would like needs more options. You will need to take time a learn what you can do and not do, cutting and moving is not tat easy. The 3D camera is a little hard to control and the program is slow to respond. Please use all the help menus and tutorials they will help, but are some times hard to understand what they are trying to get you to do. Overall I rate it a 4 because you can get started out of the box, but some of the program is difficult and needs to be worked on.

  • Common Sense - Model not worth the money, Disappointed- Seller shipped quickly, smooth transaction.

    I had a 1/3 HP InSinkErator Badger which is a "lesser" model. The Badger performed much better than this model. The badger always took whatever I threw at it, even when cleaning out the refrigerator. The Badger was noticeably quieter than this model and had far less vibration. The new model also comes with a new baffle which is designed to make the disposal quieter by forming a noise barrier made of water. I found it doesn't work all that well and stops up too much water and food has to manually be pushed down. It seems to always have food stuck in the baffle. Annoying! The rubber is far too stiff to operate correctly. The badger is made from galvanized steel which corrodes. This model (Evolution) is made from stainless steel. My Badger corroded and started to leak water out of small holes from the grind chamber. My badger was estimated to be 13+ years old. It was in the home when I bought it 13 years ago. I even liked it so much, I kept it after renovating my kitchen and reinstalled it. If I purchase a disposal in the future it will be a Badger model they now offer in stainless steel. (Badger 15SS) The best of both worlds. Badger 15ss is $135.00 and I spent $174.00 for the evolution. Or $74.93 will get me exactly what I had, a Badger 1 model.