Air Fryers Buying Guide

Our buying guide will explain which type of air fryer would suit you most, how much you can expect to pay for one, and which features are worth looking out for.



2 reviews
  • Build Quality
    5.0 (1)
  • Value for Money
    5.0 (1)
  • Cleaning & Maintenance
    5.0 (1)
  • Ease of Use
    5.0 (1)
  • Product is used
    • Daily (1)

joanne.clausenSouth Australia

  • 2 reviews

Best one yet.


I purchased this as a second air fryer as we have a large family and use ours every day. Ive tried my fair share of air fryers and This one is my new favourite. The sliding shelves make it so easy to add and remove food. Its cooks fast and evenly without over drying the food. We cook chips, dim sims, chicken nuggets, quiches, pies, schnitzel, steak and so much more. With this one having the shelf its perfect for toasties, and it cooks the best bacon. I lined the tray with foil and I just put the basket in the dishwasher each night. It's easy to keep clean. Definitely recommend.

Purchased in April 2021 at Harris Scarfe Physical Stores for $165.00.

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RHHSydney, NSW

  • 8 reviews

Perfect 20L Air Fryer


The airfryer has been a great purchase in comparison to other air fryers I have purchased in the past. It is great as it operates as an airfryer but also as a conventional oven also. I have cooked chips, fish, meat and even pies in my AF and they all come out perfectly. It is also a lot cleaner then cooking on a stove.

Questions & Answers



In the instruction booklet it does not give times or if I can use frozen products in this machine

1 answer

I cook stuff from frozen all the time, just add an extra 5-10 minutes, except dim sims, i thaw them first, they are like rocks.



Where can I buy another tray for the 20 litre air fryer?

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Ritchie Border
Ritchie Border

I have bought 1 of your 25 ltr airfryers
Is this one better quality
As I still need one
I will be returning my present as it is useless

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