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Hello.
We have avoided the recent rush for purchasing an air fryer. However, apparently our neighbour swears by hers. Looking for recommendations for one suitable for 2 people and not to heavy so should we stay where the is EHU we could take with us in the MH.
Thanks in anticipation. Derry
 

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Hello.
We have avoided the recent rush for purchasing an air fryer. However, apparently our neighbour swears by hers. Looking for recommendations for one suitable for 2 people and not to heavy so should we stay where the is EHU we could take with us in the MH.
Thanks in anticipation. Derry
We got the smallest Ninja (4.7 litre) for use at home and took it away. It was so useful that it now lives in the van. We are lucky to have a locker big enough but mostly it either stays on the table or packed away in a box in the shower pan, being moved as and when necessary
 

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We have 2 air fryers 1 ninja and 1 from costco the one from costco was 3 times cheaper than the ninja but has less functions but is a lot lighter and a good budget one for the motorhome in my opinion
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QVC have been advertising them last weekend, give it a month and have a look on their returns/clearance page or if you are oop north they have a clearance/returns shop at Birchwood in Warrington, people buy then don't read the instructions or don't realise that food cooks in half the time and return them as faulty! last year as new Ninjas were £89 boxed and with full guarantee
 
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We've been dithering about an air fryer for a while so yesterday I bought an Aldi special for £35. I'll try that and if we use it enough will probably get a flashier one.

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We've been dithering about an air fryer for a while so yesterday I bought an Aldi special for £35. I'll try that and if we use it enough will probably get a flashier one.
The small ninja was a sale item and relatively cheap. For home we now have a bigger one with more functions; the steam bake is brilliant for breadmaking. Both slow cooker and bread maker are now relegated to the back of the cupboard
 

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We have the large Ninja Foodie it's great but too big and heavy for the van.
If you are just going to buy an air fryer get a reasonable power I think the 1300 watt ones are OK.
My mate just bought a Salter 1000 watt one for the van, he used it a few tines decided it was a waste of time took too long to cook things.
 
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Best kitchen gadget we’ve bought in a while, much more economical than the oven… we’ve got one of these:
Easily stowed in the MH, does great chips!
 
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We got the smallest Ninja (4.7 litre) for use at home and took it away. It was so useful that it now lives in the van. We are lucky to have a locker big enough but mostly it either stays on the table or packed away in a box in the shower pan, being moved as and when necessary
Hello DuxDeluxe. Can I be nosey and ask which model Ninja you have. Thanks - Derry

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The smallest Ninja is the 3.8 litre AF100UK, we have one in our Motorhome and use it when away, they certainly have gone up in price though as these were under £100 but now are way over that. See Here
 
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I know its a lot and I know its big but, since we bought it (just two of us) in December we have only switched the main oven on to make a birthday cake and cook the Christmas turkey.

It is absolutly fantastic. The best bit is that ii is so easy to keep clean compared with our two previous ones. Dont buy the WiFI version, it is pointless.

Amazon product ASIN B09W5G56D1
 

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We have had a Corsori for 18 months and love it. It had some of the best reviews.

Deal: COSORI Air Fryer 4.7L, 9-in-1 Compact Air Fryers Oven, Max 230℃ Setting, 30 Recipes Cookbook, Digital Temperd Glass Display, Quiet, 4 Portions, 1500W https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0936FGLQS/?tag=mhf04-21

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I spent a huge amount of time researching as everyone said ninja but the corsori had much better reviews. What I particularly like is the size, as I said we hardly ever switch the main oven in. For fun I fitted a smart plug to measure the consumption, it uses remarkably little electricity
 

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We have had a Corsori for 18 months and love it. It had some of the best reviews.

Deal: COSORI Air Fryer 4.7L, 9-in-1 Compact Air Fryers Oven, Max 230℃ Setting, 30 Recipes Cookbook, Digital Temperd Glass Display, Quiet, 4 Portions, 1500W Amazon product ASIN B0936FGLQS

I spent a huge amount of time researching as everyone said ninja but the corsori had much better reviews. What I particularly like is the size, as I said we hardly ever switch the main oven in. For fun I fitted a smart plug to measure the consumption, it uses remarkably little electricity
Unfortunately it doesn't do a few things that we need such as pressure cook etc
 
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Just to put this to bed.

We finally settled on a

Tefal EasyFry Precision 2-in-1 Digital Air Fryer and Grill 4.2 Litre Capacity 8 Programs inc Dehydrator Black EY5058, 1550W​

It arrived today, wife has ordered some liners, ready for first try tomorrow.

Thanks to all who contributed to this thread.
 
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My ex stayed a day or two with her friend in January who swears by Airfryers, so she saw an offer here in a local (Spainland) branch of a leading German discount supermarket and took the plunge.

It stinks to high heaven with an extraordinary plastic smell every time its put on and is very noisy. I can't say what the electricity consumption is or is not, but the smell has been so strong that the kids were put off their dinner and refused to eat the chips cooked in it. It went on again recently and I closed the hall door and all the bedroom doors to stop the smell permeating through the house.

Now it sits in a corner...
 

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I got one of these 2l ones about a month ago, from B & M, small but big enough for me, reduced to £25 from £50 very impressed does spring rolls, chips, tempura prawns, sausages etc perfectly, it’ll do pies as well better than the oven, I’ve used it loads

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My ex stayed a day or two with her friend in January who swears by Airfryers, so she saw an offer here in a local (Spainland) branch of a leading German discount supermarket and took the plunge.

It stinks to high heaven with an extraordinary plastic smell every time its put on and is very noisy. I can't say what the electricity consumption is or is not, but the smell has been so strong that the kids were put off their dinner and refused to eat the chips cooked in it. It went on again recently and I closed the hall door and all the bedroom doors to stop the smell permeating through the house.

Now it sits in a corner...
Ours smelt a bit of hot plastic the first couple of times but not anymore. So did our new main oven
 

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Thankfully my hubby hasn't decided he must have one ... He's already got a pie maker (used once), a large halogen type oven, a remoska, pizza maker, large & small George foreman grills, electric cooking pot, and I'm sure I've forgotten stuff!
 
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My ex stayed a day or two with her friend in January who swears by Airfryers, so she saw an offer here in a local (Spainland) branch of a leading German discount supermarket and took the plunge.

It stinks to high heaven with an extraordinary plastic smell every time its put on and is very noisy. I can't say what the electricity consumption is or is not, but the smell has been so strong that the kids were put off their dinner and refused to eat the chips cooked in it. It went on again recently and I closed the hall door and all the bedroom doors to stop the smell permeating through the house.

Now it sits in a corner...
Paul
We haven’t comes across that particular issue when doing our research, doesn’t sound very appetising I must say. I’ll report back this evening after our first try.
Thanks for the heads up.
 
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Thankfully my hubby hasn't decided he must have one ... He's already got a pie maker (used once), a large halogen type oven, a remoska, pizza maker, large & small George foreman grills, electric cooking pot, and I'm sure I've forgotten stuff!
Snap. Apart from the slow cooker they all ended up down the charity shop, all in original boxes just like new. Hopefully I/We haven’t made the same mistake with the Air Fryer.
 

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Snap. Apart from the slow cooker they all ended up down the charity shop, all in original boxes just like new. Hopefully I/We haven’t made the same mistake with the Air Fryer.
If you like "fried" food, you should like your Air Fryer.
Just don't overfill it and don't expect it to cook things an oven won't cook.

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