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Air Fryers Buying Guide

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  • Product is used
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Jacqui

JacquiMetropolitan Adelaide, SA

  • 7 reviews
  • 4 likes

You get what you pay for, so don't bother.

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Purchased at Harris Scarfe for $250.00.

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Julie

JulieSouth East Queensland, QLD

I just got a SNDF050 Smith and noble Air fryer

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Never used a Airfryer before but got one as a present looking for reviews on this product on how to use it looking forward to make our life easier meals

Purchased in May 2021 at Cash Converters Online Shop.

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Prabh

PrabhMelbourne

  • 2 reviews
  • Verified purchase

Beautiful addition to the kitchen

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This product is very healthy and much better option for cooking a pack of frozen crumbed chicken breasts or chips or dim sims or any one of a hundred other small dishes than turning on an oven to first pre-heat for 30 minutes then cook these products for 30 minutes. Healthy as can have oil free food.
We have also found that the airfryer does a fantastic job on reheating leftover takeaway chips,dimsims and potato cakes/scollops and great for reheating the leftover roast vegies would recommend to everyone

Date PurchasedFeb 2018
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Questions & Answers

Belinda

Belindaasked

Can’t close the basket it’s brand new first time using it



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Jacqui
Jacqui

Take it back. I had the Smith and Nobel and the non stick coating wore off within 2 months, despite always being hand washed and using tools suitable for non stick cookware. I bought the Phillips XXL digital and its brilliant. Dearer but worth the money.

Joanne

Joanneasked

When I turned the air fryer on for the first time the digital menu just flashes and i can’t program it



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Jacqui
Jacqui

Return it for a refund. I bought the Smith and Nobel, I was not impressed. After only a few months the catch holding the basket wasn't connecting properly, and the basket would drop from the handle without warning. Getting the drawer to close was tricky as it had the be lined up just right. The non stick coating on the basket wore off, despite only ever being handwashed. After 3 months, I couldn't be bothered returning it and I bought the Phillips XXL. A far superior machine, the drawer system is on runners and easier to close, despite what others say I do believe the Phillips turbo technology with the fat collecting plates underneath is much better. Its a dearer machine but works so much better. I now have two XXL and use at least one every day, and when we have larger family here we use two XXL's to do frozen battered fish, frozen chips, and salt and pepper calamari for 4 adults and 3 kids. No problem!

Joanne
Joanne

Thankyou for this information. This is my second Smith and Nobel and I had the same problem with the first one where the basket would drop out of the holder which was a real pain. So Ill will have a look at the Phillips XXL,

Shane L

Shane Lasked

Can the fryer basket go in the dishwasher

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Jacqui
Jacqui

I wouldn't. I only ever hand washed mine and the non stick coating gave up within only weeks. Dumped it and bought the Phillips XXL.

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