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Breville BOV860 Smart Oven Air Fryer $339.32 Delivered @ Myer eBay Store

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The Myer eBay Store currently has the Breville BOV860 Smart Oven Air Fryer on sale for $424.15. Combine it with the 20% off code PMYMY and it comes down to $339.32 with free delivery, The recommended retail price for the oven is $499 so it’s a pretty good saving!

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  • +2 votes

    the previous model had fan forced already, what makes the air fryer mode radically different to fan forced ?

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      Would like to know too.

    • +1 vote

      I say this with absolutely no authority on the subject, however I suspect it's merely marketing rebranding to piggyback on other brands/models pushing the term on infomercials, daytime TV, and trashy magazines.

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      A wire basket.

  • +2 votes

    I'm starting to think "air fryer" is just a marketing term that companies just tack onto their ovens. If the appliance sells, then any oven with that mode will sell.

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    The markup on this must be insane. Breville must think we are dumb.

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      Excuse me?

      It's actually not that bad considering all the tech and features. There is a healthy markup but it's not too bad. It is one of the highest tech items available from China as far as smarts and features are concerned.

      They aren't pumping them out of the factory for $20, believe me

    • +2 votes

      I've been thinking about getting one of these. What makes you think this model is defective? Most reviews I've read have been very positive. Can you please point me to some negative reviews? Cheers

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        If you don't have the old one then it's good.
        I believe the Australian version doesn't do all US functions such as dehydration and proofing but maybe this has changed.

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    High quality airfyers have paddles to mix/rotate the food ensuring even frying throughout. Does this one?

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      Definitely not. That's why I also have my trusty Tefal. This is more for foods that can be spread evenly and seperatly