Air Fryers Buying Guide
Our buying guide will explain which type of air fryer would suit you most, how much you can expect to pay for one, and which features are worth looking out for.
Works well, good size. Downside is that it's very big and takes up space. It opens from the top rather than a pull out draw. I have no complaints re the product itself as it works as it should, but after having it for a while now wish I had one that pulled out from the side.
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Very good, but not perfect.
What's GOOD? Controls are easy to understand and use with a little effort. Cooks well, and consistently. The supplied rack and basket seem to be good quality with no problems so far, and there is an adjustable rotating bar so you can cook chicken or roast rotisserie-style. There is a window all around so you can see how your food is cooking. It even looks good, a modern stylish design.
The basket is quite roomy, space for a 2kg chicken or roast with some vegetables
NOT so good? The lid is a bit awkward to close, particularly if it is already ho...
Perfect fries and price!!!
This appliance is easy to use. I find the DIY button the best. Great size - it cooks a roast for 2 adults 2 kids with leftovers. Perfect crackling! I love the square shape and that the lid opens upwards instead of a usual pull out drawer. It tucks into a bench corner nicely. It’s easy to clean and other air fryer accessories work with it. The rotisserie makes the best roast chicken.
It arrived in record time too! I would buy another one if the other half would let me lol
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