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Breville BOV860BSS The Smart Oven Air Fry $386.10 Delivered @ David Jones

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The Smart Oven Air Fryer powered by our Element iQ system delivers maximum performance and versatility. Smart algorithms replicate the ideal cooking environment for air fry and 9 additional cooking techniques. Higher temperatures and super convection speeds up cooking time with great crispness for delicious air fried foods.

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    Is this the newer model with the dehydration feature?

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      Doesn't look like it from the comparison:
      https://www.breville.com/ca/en/smart-ovens/compare.html

      'THE SMART OVEN AIR' has the dehydration but the 'THE SMART OVEN AIR FRYER' does not.

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      No. That’s the 900, which is stable down to ~30c. This stops out around 50c.

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        i also don't think the smart oven air is available in australia yet. The Breville Australia website doesn't list that model, i notice you linked the Canadian website.

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          Apparently they aren't interested in making a 240v model.

          Not a matter of just importing their existing product.

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    Are they calling all fan forced ovens air fryers now?

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      Not since now, since always

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        wow, how do you make it without a microwave? There is not a single day that I don't use it, i could never survive by not being able to heat my food in the 30 seconds that my kids leave me alone

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          We haven't used a microwave for three months - moved it out of the apartment when getting ready to show it to sell, and just haven't brought it back. No dramas at all.

      • +3 votes

        For a family with young kids who don't own a microwave it's really useful and convenient.

        You should really try out a microwave - it's really useful and convenient!

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          We've had a microwave before, just never gotten around buying another.

          I guess I would use it to reheat stove leftovers, but i guess the idea is to not have left overs in the first place!

          And for things like milk we have the other small appliances (nespresso milk thingy).

          I guess the pros haven't been overwhelming (unlike the sunbeam!!) but do miss things like throwing stuff in the microwave and forgetting/not worry about turning it off i.e. quick dirty mac n cheese packet!

  • +1 vote

    Ah right price shows as $429 until added to cart for the 10% off.. gotcha! Thanks

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    Got one. Useless. You can find YouTube videos with design flaws. Worse than the US model with same name.

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      I had a look at one and noticed this thick bar at the top when u open the door which reduces the height of the opening quite a bit. Would affect the size of the chicken you could fit in there I'm guessing…

  • +7 votes

    I compared the BOV860 and ended purchasing the LOV600 from Target was $199 but now $249 compare and you will find the the target one is bigger and has all the features for way less. Large 28L Oven with Dual Speed Convection , 8 Multi function presets : toast, air fry, bake, rotisserie, grill, pizza, slow cook & dehydrate. Rotisserie with consistent & even convection heat. https://www.target.com.au/p/breville-28l-air-fryer-oven-lov6...

    • +1 vote

      we used AFTER PAY $50 promotion and purchased for $150. Very good one at less cost.

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      Great low cost alternative, but personally I'd pay for the upgrades. Five elements vs four, etc.

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      Saw the Breville BOV860BSS at Costco. The inside is so tiny. Ok for a single person or a couple. But definitely not for a family.

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        Ive got one myself. Im happy with it no issues at all.
        I switched from Philips XXL to Cuisinart and now the Breville.
        But yes you are definitely correct good for single person, couples or a small family of three.

  • +1 vote

    Can't wait for larger appliance style air dryers installed in your house, maybe installed under your stove.

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      Are your air that wet that you need a specific air dryer in your house?

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      Revolutionary. But given they don’t fry anything, maybe we should call them something more accurate. Like convection…something

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      With that mentality I suppose you don't need a tablet if you have a laptop.

      They're very good for many reasons people outlined above. Sure maybe not for everybody if they don't have the space but you can't knock em.

  • +2 votes

    One great thing about an airfryer is in summer, you can chuck it out on the deck, and all the heat (and smoke) generated just radiate outside your house, not inside.

    It's a great little appliance for those cooking only for two or so people, and you don't get soggy undersides to things like chicken nuggets or potato gems (you can admittedly buy baskets for the oven that also fix this problem). Very short preheat time (if ever needed), my model you can chuck the bits that would get dirty into the dishwasher… it's a handy device and I'm really glad I bought mine coming on 3 or so years ago now.

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    how does the aldi $99 air fryer compare? i have the phillips but the tray is so small - thinking of getting the 23l aldi one or its equivalent

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      the aldi one isn’t brilliant, you need to take the tray out and flip chips over, it blows air from the side, the phillips blows air from the top and also underneath the food basket …..

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    I bought this from DJs for $395 two months ago after upgrading from my Phillips airfryer. I love it! The preheating is so quiet I forget that it's on sometimes but the loud beeping is a great reminder to put the food in when it's ready! Chips have turned up evenly crunchy without having to toss like I did in the Phillips one.

  • +2 votes

    Issue I have:
    - Can only air fry dry, non-dripping food. Whereas Philips air fryer can do chicken and marinated meat.
    - Steam condensate and drips under the oven. Damages table top.
    - Drip tray is not secure and you open and close the door. Burning hot to touch after preheat. Even cheap oven from Kmart has better insulated handles and outer surface.
    - Not the same Smart Oven Air from US. AU version is smaller and has less functions.

    Good:
    - Preheat fast, because it's small