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Ninja Foodi Max Dual Zone Air Fryer [AF400UK] 2 Drawers, 6 Functions, 9.5L
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Ninja Foodi Max Dual Zone Air Fryer [AF400UK] 2 Drawers, 6 Functions, 9.5L

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2 independent cooking zones – Different foods, different programs, both ready at the same time.

6 cooking functions – Air Fry, Max Crisp, Roast, Bake, Reheat & Dehydrate.

Up to 75% faster than fan ovens* (*Tested against fish fingers and sausages, including pre-heat.) Cook from frozen to crispy.

Air Fry – Up to 75% less fat than traditional frying methods** (**Tested against hand-cut deep fried French fries)

Large capacity feeds 8+ people. Includes: 2 x 4.75L cooking drawers (9.5L total capacity), 2 x crisper plates, chef-created recipe guide. Dishwasher-safe parts.

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CloeMorgan
CloeMorgana month ago

Good price for this, they're supposed to be so good. Good with 2 drawers

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Bossclaz
Bossclaza month ago

Think the world world has got air fryer apart from me so better get one soon

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Tom
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a month ago

Bossclaz It does feel that way on TikTok/Instagram etc 😆

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Bossclaz
Bossclaza month ago

Tom ha ha yeah I just think it's something I will buy then chuck it in the garage, alongside the slow cooker, smoothy maker, ice cream maker, special omelette thing and the exercise bike !!

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pwclayton
pwclaytona month ago

Bossclaz I have got the 15 in 1 foodi but it doesn’t get used every day or sometimes not even every week. I see lots of Facebook posts from people who use theirs for everything and say they have used their oven or hob since they got it.

The thing we use least is air fry to be honest - although it does do nice bacon and you don’t have to stand over a pan.

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jillylovesyou
jillylovesyoua month ago

Bossclaz and me 😁😁

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Golfforall
Golfforalla month ago

pwclayton The thing to realise about an airfryer is they are in effect a mini fan oven -no more no less . They do of course do chips (as your fan oven will ) .

I have two ( a 4.3 litre and 5.5 litre ) and rarely use my main oven . Two reasons :-

1 )Much more efficient in the use of electricity

2) Much easier to clean .

I have said many times (do members ever read comments ? ) That 1.5 litre airfryers are only good for a small portion of chips (so no use to most ) . You need at least a 4 litre model to cook for 2-3 people , preferably 2 to cook a complete meal .

They are not solely a replacement for a deep fat fryer really , more an efficient (easier clean) replacement for a fan oven . I think once folks realise that perhaps folks will realise how much money they can save when cooking .

Sadly as long as members fawn over the totally useless 1.5 litre airfryers for £30-£35 we have a lot of education needed ?

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pwclayton
pwclaytona month ago

Golfforall but the chips aren’t as good as deep fried lol

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Tom
Tom
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a month ago

Thank you very much for sharing this great deal. We will share it with fellow Deal Hunters in the Newsletter later today!

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jillylovesyou
jillylovesyoua month ago

I have been thinking about converting to an air fryer thanks for sharing

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Thomas18
Thomas18a month ago

Nice one, thanks for sharing! How much did you pay for yours hpfanatik ? 😊

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hpfanatik
hpfanatika month ago

Thomas18 more than that 😛

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Thomas18a month ago
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