Ninja AF100UK Air Fryer, Plastic 1550 W, 3.8 liters, Black £82.10 @ Amazon
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Ninja AF100UK Air Fryer, Plastic 1550 W, 3.8 liters, Black £82.10 @ Amazon

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Posted 4th Nov
Ninja AF100UK Air Fryer dispatched and sold by Amazon. Cheapest price I have seen this model
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no idea why silly people voting this cold as there a huge saving and the Ninja brand is fantastic quality and the air frying feature impressively cutting down cooking time with little washing required afterwards. I have the ninja foodi - best cooking gadget I have ever bought - hardly use the oven anymore as these ninja products do it all. Voted hot for amazing price reduction.
speedbird74705/11/2019 04:01

no idea why silly people voting this cold as there a huge saving and the …no idea why silly people voting this cold as there a huge saving and the Ninja brand is fantastic quality and the air frying feature impressively cutting down cooking time with little washing required afterwards. I have the ninja foodi - best cooking gadget I have ever bought - hardly use the oven anymore as these ninja products do it all. Voted hot for amazing price reduction.


This Air fryer is good..I have used it along with my old Philips one..Cleaning is easier with Ninja..
* I think people voting cold are not happy with the title highlighting Plastic...even Philips is also a plastic outer body..But this Ninja has ceramic coated basket which is really good.
Edited by: "movva" 5th Nov
Give the voting time - people are still asleep. Ninja AF - worth voting hot for the name alone Decent brand too.
Edited by: "Monaco.Blue" 5th Nov
Thought it was a pair of binoculars when I first looked at the photo
Great machine be be careful if your a family as it’s small but great if you want to dydrate
Larger version is available for £99.99 too
What's a good one for a large family
We have a regular sized one from Lidl and out grew it quickly, as we used it more.

Cheers.
polarbaba05/11/2019 11:20

What's a good one for a large family We have a regular sized one from Lidl …What's a good one for a large family We have a regular sized one from Lidl and out grew it quickly, as we used it more.Cheers.


If you want a really large one I can recommend this, had it a year now very large but has the power too so still very fast
col1105/11/2019 11:32

If you want a really large one I can recommend this, had it a year now …If you want a really large one I can recommend this, had it a year now very large but has the power too so still very fast


Thank you.
Got price matched refund for £89.99, think I can price match again to this price? Bought from official website for 99£
azual05/11/2019 12:57

Got price matched refund for £89.99, think I can price match again to this …Got price matched refund for £89.99, think I can price match again to this price? Bought from official website for 99£


Always worth a try. You never know
polarbaba05/11/2019 11:20

What's a good one for a large family We have a regular sized one from Lidl …What's a good one for a large family We have a regular sized one from Lidl and out grew it quickly, as we used it more.Cheers.


Think the larger version of this would be better suited for a family of 4 or more
just purchased the large one of AO on ebay with 10% code for £89
movva05/11/2019 04:18

This Air fryer is good..I have used it along with my old Philips …This Air fryer is good..I have used it along with my old Philips one..Cleaning is easier with Ninja..* I think people voting cold are not happy with the title highlighting Plastic...even Philips is also a plastic outer body..But this Ninja has ceramic coated basket which is really good.


I have this Philips one, It cooks great, But the non stick is atrocious, Like the Lib Dems, It should have been done under the trade descriptions act, In no way is it Non stick, So is this a lot better as the Philips is starting to chuck up a bit. 38908284-x70s9.jpg
babylon05/11/2019 13:36

I have this Philips one, It cooks great, But the non stick is atrocious, …I have this Philips one, It cooks great, But the non stick is atrocious, Like the Lib Dems, It should have been done under the trade descriptions act, In no way is it Non stick, So is this a lot better as the Philips is starting to chuck up a bit. [Image]


Yep. I got this one to replace the original Philips I had and it’s so much easier to clean. Admittedly it’s still quite new but the non stick has been great so far. The whole unit seems to be a slimmer profile too but has more space in the basket for more food. Digital timer and additional cooking modes are a plus too and seems very well made so would definitely recommend.
Oh and has been cooking food just as good or better than the Philips too
friendlyfire32105/11/2019 13:21

Think the larger version of this would be better suited for a family of 4 …Think the larger version of this would be better suited for a family of 4 or more


Yup that's the case .. need the larger one
A few good eBay stores, including Ninja themselves, selling that model or Max @ £89 or £99 respectively. Use PRISTINE to deduct 10%.

For the Max it looks like Ninja sell in grey and everyone else sells black. They look the same to me by eye. Happy to stand corrected.
Edited by: "Monaco.Blue" 5th Nov
Great fryer. Better than the Phillips we had previously.:)
I have gone for the max AO one on ebay. Have the Phillips at present but always found it small, the XL ones are so expensive.
Ninja Air fryer Max version 5.2l is £89 via ninja seller page on ebay. Using code Pristine
Would be good for a larger family

rover.ebay.com/rov…393
Edited by: "shiz787" 5th Nov
How do these compare with the Tefal one here for £60?

amazon.co.uk/Tef…p_7
Excellent reviews. Thanks OP.
Are the actifrys better? I like the idea of not having to shake the stuff up myself.
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