Bang-for-the-Buck Air Fryer
First-time having an air fryer, and this did not fail to impress!
- Easy to learn touch-screen controls. Just hold the power button for more than a second. Can't find the button? Turn-on the machine via the power source (you should turn that off if not in use anyways).
- Food I was able to cook so far: Beef rolls, Pork Belly, German Cheese Kransky, Bread Toast w/ Butter & Cinamon
- Easy to clean: Non-stick surface easy to wash
- Aesthetics: Minimalist and looks like a robot from the movie Wall-E!
Confusing disappearing ON button. Not that fast.
Only had it for one day and although it seems to cook okay it is not very fast. Main problem though is on/off button is not lit or visible until it is pressed to turn it on and even then it is barely visible. There was a sticker with a picture of the on/off button over this light at first to mark its location but it peeled off so unless you know where to press on the black control face you can't turn it on.
Why can't the controls be visible when the power is connected??
25 minutes to cook a small bowl of frozen chips. Maybe needs more power than 1000 watts?
Questions & Answers
how do I download a user manual
On the second use it gave up, got my money refunded, very disappointed. it happens
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