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Posted: 05 Jun 2021, 08:24
Confused Thinking of buying an air fryer. Any suggestions re manufacturers, models or tips on using? Are they worth the expense &/or counter space? Thanks!

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Posted: 06 Jun 2021, 12:38
I've had two air fryers. My first one was specifically an 'air fryer' - that's all it did. My current one (two years in use) is a Breville Smart Oven, and it has something like 12 functions (most of which I use). They offer various models, and although pricier than my air fryer-only, I'm extremely happy with the Breville.

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Posted: 19 Jun 2021, 09:11
I have a Power XL and I love it. You can use it as a slow cooker as well as an air fryer. It actually has a lot of functions, like bake and grill as well. I live in the Phoenix area, and I love being able to bake something without heating up my kitchen.

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Posted: 21 Jun 2021, 01:36
Thanks for sharing the info MyBalanceNow

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Posted: 21 Jun 2021, 08:31
I have a Pampered Chef Deluxe Air Fryer, I love it! I use it almost every day, it is my first choice for salmon, baked chicken, so much more. I like that it comes with two trays, and I ordered an extra tray. It also has a rotisserie and a basket that turns.

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Posted: 23 Jun 2021, 11:59
I bought one when they first came out and all it does is air fry. If I was going to buy one now I would buy one that does lots of other stuff too. The more stuff it does the more you will use it. I don't use mine very often since all it does is air fry and I never ate fried foods much before. But I do use it for french fries (which I'm not suppose to eat) about every two months.

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Posted: 02 Jul 2021, 11:58
I bought a PowerXL Vortex 10qt at Walmart and I love it. It has 3 shelves and a rotisserie tool. I love eggrolls, tater tots, chicken tenders, shrimp, soft pretzels and reheating in it. My husband loves fried chicken and enjoys the way the skin stays crunchy and not rubbery tasting when he reheats in it. I also bought the smaller one that can do 5 servings and I would not recommend that version. It has a basket and was hard to slide in. That one just stopped working after like 10 uses. I used it at work.

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Posted: 02 Jul 2021, 22:35
I have the foodie indoor grill and air fryer. With temperature probe. Works awesome. Does take up counter space! Impressive how well it cooks, bakes, fries. Very crisp finish if desired. I really like and need the temperature probe, very accurate. It was a good investment, hardly need a stove. Would be the bomb to take in RV

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