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Old 03-12-2017, 06:23 PM   #1
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Air Fryer?

I recently bought one for the house and after useing it a few times I have to say the camper wont leave the driveway with out it! Virtually no clean up,no fat or grease, and can be used indoor or out!It sounds like I'm selling them (which I am not)But this thing does it all with no mess ,heat,or food odors in the trailer! Has anyone else tried one?
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Old 03-13-2017, 12:31 AM   #2
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Nope but lots of Chinese junk out there which includes my first portable ice maker.

What brand are you using? Does it really work as it should? Thinking I may have to get one of our own!
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Old 03-13-2017, 05:39 AM   #3
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We have one

My wife asked her mother for one. She loves it. Fries are not a greasy as the Fryer. I do still think a traditional fryer gets them more crispy, but this Air fryer does the trick. Like you said, no mess or smell, but is louder for sure.
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Old 03-13-2017, 11:36 AM   #4
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Nope but lots of Chinese junk out there which includes my first portable ice maker.

What brand are you using? Does it really work as it should? Thinking I may have to get one of our own!
If you have to have one thats not china coo,you will never have one.Its a Power Air Fryer XL,5.3 qt.It does everything they say it should do and more.The toaster oven and the portable outdoor gas grille are heased for theresale shop.I can plug this puppy into the outdoor recepticaland rock in less time than it takes to drag the hose out for the outdoor grille.
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Just be aware those use a lot of current. Not a problem at home. but at a campsite especially with 30A service you need to be aware.
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Just be aware those use a lot of current. Not a problem at home. but at a campsite especially with 30A service you need to be aware.
Yeah, I looked it up, 1700 watts. That's 15.5 amps at 110VAC.

Could probably do double-duty as an electric heater!
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I have heard of these, but I am not understanding how they can replace a gas grill or a toaster oven.


I might be willing to ditch our toaster oven if it really can be replaced with an air fryer...


but I am not about to plop my T-bone steak in an air fryer - that's what the Weber is for
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