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Ninja Foodi Dual Zone Air Fryer 7.6L AF300 $199 Delivered @ Costco Online (Membership Required)

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This is a cracking deal on one of the best air-fryers on the market. Typically retails at $249 in the major stores plus delivery, I own one of these and they are excellent.

From the Description:-

The Ninja Foodi 7.6 litre Dual Zone Air Fryer is a double basket air fryer with DualZone technology. The first air fryer with two independent baskets that let you cook 2 foods at once, not back to back like a traditional single basket air fryer. DualZone technology features smart finish feature for cooking two foods two ways that finish at the same time, and a match cook button to easily copy settings across zones for full 7.6 litre capacity. There are 6 customisable programs including; Air Fry, Air Broil, Roast, Bake, Reheat, and Dehydrate.

The extra-large 7.6 litre air fryer capacity lets you fit mains and sides at the same time for making quick family meals, or up to 1.8kg of French fries or chicken wings. Its two independent 3.8 litre zones have their own cooking baskets, cyclonic fans, and rapid heaters. The baskets are easy to clean and have dishwasher safe crisper plates. It has a wide temperature ranging from 40°c to 240°c.

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  • +1 vote

    compared to Phillips air fryer, any pro and con?

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      Would love to know too. I have a philips air fryer after owning a lesser known brand and the difference is night and day. I’ve heard good things about this Ninja air fryer so curious to hear from anyone who’s had both!

      • +4 votes

        I've actually got both. A Phillips XXL for over a year and I bought the Ninja for the in-laws for Christmas and they were raving about it, so decided to grab one also from Good Guys back in April for a real good price - $170.10. The Philips is a good unit and can fit a lot to feed my army of kids, but the basket and mesh is a major pain to clean. I like the Ninja as it is super easy to clean and with the dual baskets - I can cook two loads of the same food at the same time, but this is why I really bought it - buffalo wings in one basket and fries in the other at the same time, ready to enjoy straight away.

  • +3 votes

    baskets are small, rather get kitchen coulture big one

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      Yes I got the 11.5L kitchen couture

  • +2 votes

    Yep i had a look at this. Baskets are too small.

  • +3 votes

    What is this? An airfryer for ants? How can we be expected to teach children to learn how to airfry… if they can't even fit food inside the airfryer?

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      I don't wanna hear your excuses! The baskets have to be at least… three times bigger than this!

      Love a good Zoolander quote opportunity

  • +5 votes

    The baskets are smaller, but you can (if you want) sync them and cook the same thing in both. We like it as we can cook different foods at different temperatures.

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      True. I think everyone missing the point that it's dual. Can cook different stuff at same time instead of waiting ☺️

      Shame I bought the instapot one . Would have liked to get this one 😅

      • +1 vote

        I don't see a problem here… now you can cook THREE things at once?!

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        wish I can get the instant pot one, I missed out, isn't that more convenient compared to this one?

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          Its a really nice premium looking one and very convenient when We empty chips bag into it -cooks great though it is a big boy lol

    • +1 vote

      I suppose that can be the case for smaller items which can be compartmentalized into the baskets though, for e.g. you can't do a whole chicken ala Philips XXL

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        i've a XXL and have been cooking entire roast chicken for many times.

        woolies macro ranges are just enough to fit in.

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    Good for a single person perhaps

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      We're a family of 4 and its fine. Cant say we ever cook a 'whole meal' for all of us in this, but its fine for what we use it for :)

      • -1 vote

        I'm sure it can be quite flexible, most good quality appliances are, regardless of capacity. I think that basket-size complaints can be addressed by these kinds of observations though - if you see it as necessary to cook up a huge mass of chips for example it might be useful just to think of it differently rather than dismiss it on such narrow grounds.

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    Has anyone seen this thing? Super pricy (maybe there's a cheaper alternative) but having a convection oven with a steam function sounds like a pretty deluxe pro move.

    https://www.amazon.com.au/Cuisinart-Steam-Convection-CSO300N...

  • +2 votes

    My parents bought one when us kids moved out with the rationale of not wanting to waste energy heating the traditional oven every night.

    They basically almost exclusively use it now unless they have guests over and need to bake/roast for more than 2 people. They absolutely love it. I've considered getting one myself but I've already I've already got enough appliances lol.

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    Thanks OP, got one.

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    For anyone going in person the In-store price $189 as per current promotion ending 01-Aug.