Usually RRP's @ $250, and occasionally on sale for around $200.
It's a rebranded Oster Countertop Oven; https://www.oster.com/kitchen-appliances/air-fryers/oster-co...
Bought one last week, the convection and bake settings work very well, with relatively stable and accurate temperatures. I like to put it outside on the veranda for long bakes, since using my full size oven for small tasks is less efficient and heats up the house like a mfer. Airfrying is decent, I think the Phillips one has a higher rate of airflow though and the XXL might have more capacity, but this is perfectly fine since I can't really justify a uni-tasker that expensive. I haven't tried the toast or pizza settings yet.
Compared to the breville equivalents;
Pros; much cheaper
Cons; 60 minute timer kinda sucks (you have to keep resetting it), no internal light, looks worse, feels cheaper.