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2.2L Air Fryer $84.55, 3.5L $103.55 - Free Shipping @ Avancer

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OZBARGAIN

Our Air fryer is currently $89 with free shipping for the 2.2L model and $109 for the 3.5L model.

We're giving a further 5% off for Ozbargainers - use coupon OZBARGAIN to bring prices down to $84.55 and $103.55

Limited stock is available so this deal is only whilst stocks last or until midnight Friday.

Up to 80% Less Oil than a conventional Deep Fryer
This outstanding Air fryer cooks crisp, mouthwatering fried food with minimal oil. By cooking without oil, the dangerous hassle of disposing of hot, odoriferous cooking fat is eliminated.
With all components dishwasher safe, cleanup is a breeze.

1500W 2.2L Air Fryer
2200W 3.5L Air Fryer

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  • +1 vote

    I bought one of these just before christmas. It works really well, I use it regularly. Recommended. Would buy again!

    (I suggest that if you buy, you use a throwaway email address. Avancer can be a bit spammy)

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    I bought one too and I love it, hope its much cheaper so I can buy for my friend as gift :)

  • +1 vote

    How much chips do fit in the 3.5l model and how long does it take to cook them?

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    does the 3.5L comes with recipe book as well?

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    Rep,3.5L is 2200W or 2000W as opposed to your description on website?

  • +1 vote

    Bought from these guys last year. Would absolutely buy from them again.

    And you can cook chips in about 5-7 minutes once the unit's heated :)

  • +1 vote

    How's the quality and features in comparison with Philips airfryer?or Tefal Actifry?

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    Does anyone know if these can do kale chips?

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      This isn't a fryer - it's a small fan-forced oven. The reason why store-bought chips are good in it is because those chips are pre-fried at the factory (prior to packaging).

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        Thank you. I wouldn't say kale chips are fried though, I'd say they're more baked. I've done kale chips in a toaster oven without oil before, but it takes forever and doesn't yield much to make the effort worthwhile.

  • +1 vote

    After all the good review from past deals, I bought the 3.5L variant approx 1 month ago and unfortunately it was faulty (DOA).
    However Customer Service was excellent - I decided to get a refund instead of exchange and got the refund without any issue (Free returns too).

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    I have been thinking about getting one of these for a while. I love fried food, but want to cut down on fat.

    Seems like this would be perfect, but couldn't I just put the chips in my fan-forced oven?

    What's the advantage of one of these? Quicker? Crispier? Other?

    Cheers