- Notably easy to clean
- It’s a delight to own; easy to fall in love with
- Super simple to use
There’s a detachable mesh metal basket, baking pan, and rack which make it easy to serve food. The cooking capacity of 3.2 liters is totally workable.
Double check the coating on the basket before using; a few users report an issue.
The cooking system is basically the same as the Philips version; it’s just operated a little differently. And that’s what puts this into the best value for the money category. It’s about $100 cheaper than the comparable Philips model. This is also slightly smaller and lighter and comes with a removable baking pan. Gotta love that, don’t you?
Manual or digital? You might be surprised given the price, but this is a digital air fryer – and the LED display with touch screen control is clear and easy to use.
Capacity? Wow, wow, wow. This has a generous 3.2 liter capacity. We rather appreciate the measurement provided as volume rather than weight as it’s so difficult to say how much food you can fit in pounds.
Temperatures and timers? There’s a 30-minute timer which is really all you need. The temperature range is limited, from 200ºF to 400ºF. That means it’s hot and hotter, which isn’t bad.
Can it cook in other ways? You can use this large-capacity, yet compact air fryer to also cook and bake.
Cleaning? Most of the parts are dishwasher safe to make everything as easy as can be.
Additional features? You can’t expect a lot from any appliance at this price, the auto-standby feature is about the only one that we’ve spotted. But, the 52-page cookbook is a nice touch.
Product dimensions? It’s both smaller and lighter than you might expect. It weighs less than 14 pounds and stands at 13.5 x 11 x 12.8 inches. Not bad, right?
Will it break the bank? The digital version has a MRSP of $180, but tends to sell at $120. If you really want to save a few bucks, you can choose the manual version. It costs about $100 and there are more colors available.
- Rated #3 in 7 Best (Oil Less) Air Fryers