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Greetings Gurus! I know some of you have seen the existing thread on The SteakAger but I wanted to start a different thread and give you a more complete look at this product and some more information about it... What is it? The SteakAger The SteakAger is a home dry aging chamber that lives inside your existing refrigerator to produce high quality dry aged meats. Here are some photos of the unit: Front on view... Angle Side View... Another angle side view... The SteakAger has a small LCD display on top that shows the temperature inside the chamber in F and C as well as the humidity and the amount of time the chamber has been running. There is a bluetooth app being released in the future that will give some control of this LCD. There is a small UV lamp inside for the purpose of helping keep a bacteria free environment inside the chamber... Interior width... Interior height... Interior depth... I am really excited about the possibilities with this product. I love dry aged beef and I think this device will be an improvement over the dry age bags I have used in the past for dry aging beef at home. This unit is the first of three models that will be produced. This unit is also the smallest of the three. My Man Cave refrigerator is a hand-me-down side by side refrigerator freezer so the fridge side is not very wide. THIS unit will sit facing foward in my side-by-side. Anything larger would NOT fit facing foward. It may fit a larger one facing to the side though but a normal non side-by-side fridge would be the best solution for the larger models coming out later in the year. This unit is capable of holding some larger sized roasts up to about 13 pounds depending on the shape of the roast. I picked up a NY Strip roast last night to dry age in this SteakAger. It weighs about 12.5 pounds and I am going to need to trim a couple inches from one end to make it fit here. Not a big deal.. I will have one or two non-dry-aged steaks off this roast I will be starting that roast in the SteakAger in the next day or so and I will highlight that entire dry-aging process in this thread, so stay tuned!