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Bear in mind this is the smaller 7.6l version, the larger Af400uk appears to have shot up in price everywhere by around £50 in the last few weeks and is now around £229. Temped to get this myself but annoyed I didn't get the bigger one when it was around £160 2 or 3 months ago. Any opinions about how practical the smaller one is?


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3908838-MMIdh.jpgMore than an air fryer
Ninja Foodi Dual Zone 7.6L Air Fryer
The air fryer that cooks 2 foods, 2 ways, and finishes at the same time. Mix and match cooking programs, times and temperatures. Get more from your air fryer with 6 cooking functions - Max Crisp, Roast, Bake, Reheat, Dehydrate and Air Fry
3908838-TLjQj.jpgMix and match
2 Independent Cooking Zones
Different times, different temperatures, different programs – both drawers are ready to serve at the same time with SYNC! Enjoy freshly cooked mains and sides together or cater to two different tastes at once. MATCH time and program settings across both drawers to double your serving size.
3908838-uRelm.jpg6 ways to cook
More than an air fryer
With simple controls and a digital countdown timer, choose between Air Fry, Max Crisp, Roast, Bake, Reheat and Dehydrate functions to cook delicious mains, sides and snacks. You can even cook from frozen, no defrosting required.
3908838-bxWHd.jpgFrom golden roast potatoes and balsamic tomatoes to roast pork with crispy crackling.
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I got mine AF300 in December 21, for £100.
my oven became completely redundant that day. I even cooked Christmas dinner in this badboy. Sure you still have to do some time management but at least with built in timers and sync mode this was very do-able. I cook sunday roast in it every fortnight.
frozen chips, never tasted better!
sausages, bacon, perfect. pizza subs, chicken nuggets! I even do my little aunt bessy raise at home yorkshires in there as well as pain au chocolats and sausage rolls.
i have a little dish that fits nicely into one of the drawers which opens up more possibilities for cooking.

its super easy to clean, easy to use. the AF400 only differences are 400 has bigger drawer space and can dehydrate. both things I don't need at the moment.
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Smoking hot (pun intended) Unless they have an absolute ton of these in stock this deal wont be active for long.

We have this model and it's fine for the 2 of us (also coped when one of our kids rejoined the household for a few months until his property purchase completed and still coped fine).

We've had whole chickens up to 1.9kg cook to the optimum 74c in one of the drawers in approx 65 mins! A squeeze but doable.


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    Excellent. Was waiting for it to come down in price
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    Smoking hot (pun intended) Unless they have an absolute ton of these in stock this deal wont be active for long.

    We have this model and it's fine for the 2 of us (also coped when one of our kids rejoined the household for a few months until his property purchase completed and still coped fine).

    We've had whole chickens up to 1.9kg cook to the optimum 74c in one of the drawers in approx 65 mins! A squeeze but doable.


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    Edited by: "bellboys" 23rd Mar
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    bellboys23/03/2022 08:08

    Smoking hot (pun intended) Unless they have an absolute ton of these in …Smoking hot (pun intended) Unless they have an absolute ton of these in stock this deal wont be active for long.We have this model and it's fine for the 2 of us (also coped when one our kids rejoined the household for a few months until his property purchase completed and still coped fine).We've had whole chickens up to 1.9kg cook to the optimum 74c in one of the drawers in approx 65 mins! A squeeze but doable.[Image] Heat added.


    Will 1 drawer do enough oven chips for 4 greedy people? Asking for a friend.
    Edited by: "dwl99" 23rd Mar
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    dwl9923/03/2022 08:21

    Will 1 drawer do enough oven chips for 4? Asking for a friend.




    Good question. If regularly cooking for 4 I would recommend the AF400UK.

    What you could do if you had this is take out the cooked meat in drawer one and let it stand then transfer half of the chips for 4 cooking in basket 2 into basket one (wipe/quickly clean the detachable trivet first).

    Or simply get the AF400UK
    Edited by: "bellboys" 23rd Mar
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    ...is it any good for frozen/coated chicken wings/thighs?
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    dwl9923/03/2022 08:21

    Will 1 drawer do enough oven chips for 4 greedy people? Asking for a …Will 1 drawer do enough oven chips for 4 greedy people? Asking for a friend.


    Definitely not. It cooks for 2 or 3 at a push I would say (had mine over a year now and love it). It is ideal for a greedy 2
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    bellboys23/03/2022 08:26

    Good question. If regularly cooking for 4 I would recommend the AF00UK. …Good question. If regularly cooking for 4 I would recommend the AF00UK. What you could do if you had this is take out the cooked meat in drawer one and let it stand then transfer half of the chips for 4 cooking in basket 2 into basket one (wipe/quickly clean the detachable trivet first). Or simply get the AF400UK


    I think you missed out a number there?
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    Just what I've been looking for - thanks very much @dwl99
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    Lots of Ninja deals recently.

    I guess they have just done another big round of freebies so people promote their rather ordinary and highly priced items.
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    bellboys23/03/2022 08:08

    Smoking hot (pun intended) Unless they have an absolute ton of these in …Smoking hot (pun intended) Unless they have an absolute ton of these in stock this deal wont be active for long.We have this model and it's fine for the 2 of us (also coped when one of our kids rejoined the household for a few months until his property purchase completed and still coped fine).We've had whole chickens up to 1.9kg cook to the optimum 74c in one of the drawers in approx 65 mins! A squeeze but doable.[Image] Heat added.


    I swear you must work for Ninja, I've seen this image multiple times. Some sort of guerrilla marketing?
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    Risto_0823/03/2022 10:15

    I swear you must work for Ninja, I've seen this image multiple times. Some …I swear you must work for Ninja, I've seen this image multiple times. Some sort of guerrilla marketing?




    If you check out my deals history I've posted competitor products way more. I just like to try and be helpful, oh 14-deals-in-15-years-on-the-site-grump.

    Ps you're not allowed to swear on here

    PPS as I will be missing absolutely nothing of any use by doing so I'm putting you on mute.
    Edited by: "bellboys" 23rd Mar
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    I got mine AF300 in December 21, for £100.
    my oven became completely redundant that day. I even cooked Christmas dinner in this badboy. Sure you still have to do some time management but at least with built in timers and sync mode this was very do-able. I cook sunday roast in it every fortnight.
    frozen chips, never tasted better!
    sausages, bacon, perfect. pizza subs, chicken nuggets! I even do my little aunt bessy raise at home yorkshires in there as well as pain au chocolats and sausage rolls.
    i have a little dish that fits nicely into one of the drawers which opens up more possibilities for cooking.

    its super easy to clean, easy to use. the AF400 only differences are 400 has bigger drawer space and can dehydrate. both things I don't need at the moment.
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    hemmo23/03/2022 10:48

    I got mine AF300 in December 21, for £100. my oven became completely …I got mine AF300 in December 21, for £100. my oven became completely redundant that day. I even cooked Christmas dinner in this badboy. Sure you still have to do some time management but at least with built in timers and sync mode this was very do-able. I cook sunday roast in it every fortnight. frozen chips, never tasted better!sausages, bacon, perfect. pizza subs, chicken nuggets! I even do my little aunt bessy raise at home yorkshires in there as well as pain au chocolats and sausage rolls.i have a little dish that fits nicely into one of the drawers which opens up more possibilities for cooking.its super easy to clean, easy to use. the AF400 only differences are 400 has bigger drawer space and can dehydrate. both things I don't need at the moment.


    that's very helpful, thank you
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    hemmo23/03/2022 10:48

    I got mine AF300 in December 21, for £100. my oven became completely …I got mine AF300 in December 21, for £100. my oven became completely redundant that day. I even cooked Christmas dinner in this badboy. Sure you still have to do some time management but at least with built in timers and sync mode this was very do-able. I cook sunday roast in it every fortnight. frozen chips, never tasted better!sausages, bacon, perfect. pizza subs, chicken nuggets! I even do my little aunt bessy raise at home yorkshires in there as well as pain au chocolats and sausage rolls.i have a little dish that fits nicely into one of the drawers which opens up more possibilities for cooking.its super easy to clean, easy to use. the AF400 only differences are 400 has bigger drawer space and can dehydrate. both things I don't need at the moment.


    Do you have a link for the dish?
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    Saying £188 now
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    Back to full price now. Any other dual basket recommendations?
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    dwl9923/03/2022 11:24

    Do you have a link for the dish?


    sorry, no idea. I think i got it in TKMaxx
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    Risto_0823/03/2022 10:15

    I swear you must work for Ninja, I've seen this image multiple times. Some …I swear you must work for Ninja, I've seen this image multiple times. Some sort of guerrilla marketing?


    Great that he's found the mute button. Us muted folk can discuss the persistent annoying BS he spouts in private. Welcome to the party!
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    £188.54 now
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    owl452823/03/2022 12:12

    Back to full price now. Any other dual basket recommendations?


    Ninja no longer have the market to themselves so there are quite a few dual basket air fryers to choose from and all are cheaper and some have a much longer warranty. One example of such a device is the Salter EK4548 8.2L with a 3 year warranty (1 year standard and a further 2 by registration). Cheapest I can find it for at the moment is £129.99 delivered here

    currys.co.uk/pro…tml

    Only thing it's lacking compared to the Ninja AFAICT is the Max Crisp 240c setting due to its lower power rating. Only you can decide if this omission is a deal breaker. If you are worried about Salter honouring the warranty they have excellent trustpilot reviews.

    uk.trustpilot.com/rev….uk

    The Salter and Ninja AF400UK (£100 more expensive at the moment!!) compared here (faster cooking times with the Salter is a surprise with its apparent lower power rating!)

    If you can afford it, go for the Ninja. I'd say it clinches it by a whisker. But, even if you can afford the premium, don't overlook the Salter. Its array of functions is hard to beat, and it does seem to have a slight edge on cooking times and crispiness of chips.

    It's really down to which would suit you best in the end.




    HTH
    Edited by: "bellboys" 23rd Mar
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    bellboys23/03/2022 14:05

    Ninja no longer have the market to themselves so there are quite a few …Ninja no longer have the market to themselves so there are quite a few dual basket air fryer s to choose from and all are cheaper and some have a much longer warranty. One such example of such a device is the Salter EK4548 8.2L with a 3 year warranty (1 year standard and a further 2 by registration). Cheapest I can find it for at the moment is £129.99 delivered herehttps://www.currys.co.uk/products/salter-ek4548-dual-cook-pro-air-fryer-steel-and-black-10231026.htmlOnly thing it's lacking compared to the Ninja AFAICT is the Max Crisp 240c setting due to its lower power rating. Only you can decide if this omission is a deal breaker. If you are worried about Salter honouring the warranty they have excellent trustpilot reviews.https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.salterhousewares.co.ukThe Salter and Ninja AF400UK (£100 more expensive at the moment!!) compared hereIf you can afford it, go for the Ninja. I'd say it clinches it by a whisker. But, even if you can afford the premium, don't overlook the Salter. Its array of functions is hard to beat, and it does seem to have a slight edge on cooking times and crispiness of chips.It's really down to which would suit you best in the end.https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/whats-on/reviews/ninja-salter-air-fryer-test-23356691HTH


    I notice the Salter only goes up to 200 deg and is 1.6KW as opposed to 2.4KW for the Ninja. How much longer would this mean for pre-heating?
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    dwl9923/03/2022 14:28

    I notice the Salter only goes up to 200 deg and is 1.6KW as opposed to …I notice the Salter only goes up to 200 deg and is 1.6KW as opposed to 2.4KW for the Ninja. How much longer would this mean for pre-heating?



    Not had any experience of the Salter but like I said in my post it's the Max Crisp (240c) setting it's missing. Never pre heated the Ninja and can't see any reason why anyone would need to preheat an air fryer as the capacity compared to a traditional oven is so much smaller. It's basically one of the reasons that IME they are considerably cheaper to run.

    If you read that comparison review I linked to, their experience was that the Salter actually cooked quicker and produced crispier chips than the Ninja!

    Edit: probably going to be accused of working for Salter as well now. Oh, and the Birmingham Mail
    Edited by: "bellboys" 23rd Mar
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    bellboys23/03/2022 08:08

    Smoking hot (pun intended) Unless they have an absolute ton of these in …Smoking hot (pun intended) Unless they have an absolute ton of these in stock this deal wont be active for long.We have this model and it's fine for the 2 of us (also coped when one of our kids rejoined the household for a few months until his property purchase completed and still coped fine).We've had whole chickens up to 1.9kg cook to the optimum 74c in one of the drawers in approx 65 mins! A squeeze but doable.[Image] Heat added.


    Not the chicken picture again.
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    Diggler0123/03/2022 20:57

    Not the chicken picture again.


    Don't get on the wrong side of bellboys, they take air fryers VERY seriously.
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    Risto_0823/03/2022 21:51

    Don't get on the wrong side of bellboys, they take air fryers VERY …Don't get on the wrong side of bellboys, they take air fryers VERY seriously.


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