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Smith & Nobel 12l Air Fryer Oven $99 Delivered @ Harris Scarfe


RRP $299 Smith & Nobel 12l Air Fryer Oven $99 @ Harris Scarfe

• Power supply 220-240V 50Hz, 1800W
• Temperature control 60-200˚C
• Timer up to 4 Hours
• Built in dehydrator function, timer up to 24hours
• Fan speed control
• LED display with touch screen
• One touch cooking with preset food keys
• Cool touch housing and handle
• See your food cook through back lit oven window

Accessories Included:
• Oil drip tray x1
• Air flow rack x1
• Handle x1
• Rotating Rotisserie Fork x1

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closed Comments

  • +1

    How do these compare with other similar 12l brands?

    • Pretty poor reviews on product review. The average price is around 140-150 too so not a massive bargain.

  • Anybody has one and can comment?

    How does it compare to Kmart equiv?

    • Kmart 3in1 air fryer is pretty good, but won't last we are on our 3rd. PSU kaput, Within warranty. So keep your Receipts.

      • Had my Kmart one for over a year. So far so good. What are you doing to yours lol

        • BANG!! there she goes, you spoke to soon. Chips, pies etc. Rubbish mainly. 15min usage a day on average. The other unit that went belonged to a family member, so technically this is my second.

  • -1

    Smith & Nobel

    Is that a good brand?

    Never heard of it before.

  • Delivered free Australia wide apparently too…

  • +3

    Smith and Nobel is Harris Scarfe own brand

  • +3

    It looks exactly the same as the Bellini one I bought at Target for Xmas so not a huge bargain in terms of price. My unit so far works very well for the couple of times we have used it. Bought it because it can be use to dehydrate also, some air fryers don't allow full control of time and temp. This one does. Faster and cheaper than firing up a large oven for many things but bigger than small air fryers. Heat comes out the back, not the base so be careful how close it is to a back wall.

  • Wondering are these easy to clean in comparison to the basket tray style air fryers? Im upgrading from my kmart 3.2l which has been great.

    • Looks like you'd just wipe out the crumbs.

      Cooking should reach over 100c, so its not something that needs to be spotless to be sanitary, just needs to not burn that fell off :p

    • +1

      Be prepared for side and back walls of the interior to become quite stained with burnt-on fat etc. Unlike the tray/drawer type air fryers, only the flat, bottom drip tray and shelves come out for dishwasher cleaning. The back and side walls need to be cleaned by hand, just as you do with a conventional oven.

  • Smiths and Nobel don’t sell at RRP

  • +1

    I think the Kmart one for $129 is much better in terms of value for money.
    You get an additional 2 airflow trays and a rotisserie basket (for awesome chips).
    The Kmart one also goes to 35 degrees as the lowest temperature point for dehydrating or defrosting, if you're into that.
    Went to the Boronia store recently and they had tons of them on shelf.

  • Don't forget 10% cashback with cashrewards.

  • Compared to Aldi ? The best air fryer ever …

  • It’s become $129 now

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