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Ninja Foodi 6L Multi Pressure Cooker & Air Fryer @ Argos
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Ninja Foodi 6L Multi Pressure Cooker & Air Fryer @ Argos

£129.99Argos Deals
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Posted 20th Nov 2019

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Quickly and easily create delicious meals, snacks, sides & desserts in one pot. Pressure cook, air fry, slow cook, bake, roast, grill, steam and more. TenderCrisp Technology quickly cooks to lock in juices then crisps for a golden finish. Cook mains and sides at the same time, even from frozen. Keep Warm feature. Dishwasher-safe parts.

Cooks and crisps. Pressure cook to start, then switch lids for the perfect finish. TenderCrisp Technology quickly cooks to lock in juices, then gives your perfectly cooked food a golden finish using Air Crisp, Roast or Grill settings – from crispy chicken wings to succulent salmon, chunky chips to roasted veg, the options are endless.

7 settings that include: steam, grill, fry, boil, stir fry, slow cook, fast stew, braise.
Keep warm function.
6 litre working capacity, subject to mixture.
Suggested for 3-4 portions.
Timer.
Removable pot.
Cool touch body.
General information:
Ceramic inner bowl.
Dishwasher safe pot and hand wash only lid.
1460 watts.
Weight: 10.9kg.
Size H32, W43, D36cm.
Accessories included: Reversible Rack Cook & Crisp Basket Detachable Diffuser.
EAN: 622356230278.
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My cupboard under the sink isn't big enough.
£131 at Costco if that’s easier for anyone and the satisfaction of there return for almost any reason
I’ve got one it’s amazing it a good size for a family it’s a pressure cooker airfryer grill roast all in one and sauté. I never use my oven in months it saves your electric bill to
I love the Ninja Foodi 6L !! So much so I have bought another - the Ninja Foodi Max which has the larger 7.2 L capacity. Haven't used the oven or grill since buying this. It does it all in one and keeps the smells in and no mess. When done simply place the pot and air fry pot or metal rack into the dishwasher. So easy! So many recipes in the included in the provided user manual, youtube or Ninja's website. I can make the perfect McDonalds McMuffin using the Ninja for example.
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Thank you that's my Christmas present !
Great price, although the previous price is incorrect - its RRP is £199! That’s an excellent discount as I almost bought this two days ago from amazon on their £149 deal of the day
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Edited by: "shelliebish" 20th Nov 2019
shelliebish20/11/2019 06:56

Great price, although the previous price is incorrect - its RRP is £199! …Great price, although the previous price is incorrect - its RRP is £199! That’s an excellent discount as I almost bought this two days ago from amazon on their £149 deal of the day


I thought it was £199 too, as I was looking into buying this a few months ago
Shoppaholic1620/11/2019 06:57

I thought it was £199 too, as I was looking into buying this a few months …I thought it was £199 too, as I was looking into buying this a few months ago


You should edit your post, it doesn’t seem like as much of a deal without its proper RRP!
shelliebish20/11/2019 06:59

You should edit your post, it doesn’t seem like as much of a deal without i …You should edit your post, it doesn’t seem like as much of a deal without its proper RRP!


I have thank you for confirming the RRP
How does this compare to the recommended tefal actifry for the likes of slimming world.?
Edited by: "cliffliz" 20th Nov 2019
My cupboard under the sink isn't big enough.
https://uk.bestreviews.guide/air-fryers?origin=google&google_params[matchtype]=b&google_params[network]=g&google_params[device]=m&google_params[creative]=305165668468&google_params[keyword]=%2Bair %2Bfryers&google_params[adposition]=1o1&google_params[adgroupid]=60516532533&google_params[campaignid]=1603203020&bs=0sDgchyOZWmgyJ1tOLL4OVXjwsxkfIiYndSxqYRq-35IRbsf3QLrGANE2fAA0C45GiqCZc_1NxYq2XjpcBRcNUkACxzdxn7r&google_params[feeditemid]=&google_params[targetid]=kwd-35367827747&google_params[loc_interest_ms]=&google_params[loc_physical_ms]=9046495&google_params[devicemodel]=&google_params[target]=&age=Middle&dest=0&sys_id=0|491&gclid=CjwKCAiAws7uBRAkEiwAMlbZjrl8DvTm-De4_OteAQ2NeD0w9i3UvOi4sah95qZpHjSPl5q3cV7wZRoCj9oQAvD_BwE
The top rated one on here says 80% less fat whereas the ninja one is 75% less fat.
I'm baffled on which one to get as I really want one :/ 🥴 thanks
cliffliz20/11/2019 07:13

https://uk.bestreviews.guide/air-fryers?origin=google&google_params[matchtype]=b&google_params[network]=g&google_params[device]=m&google_params[creative]=305165668468&google_params[keyword]=%2Bair %2Bfryers&google_params[adposition]=1o1&google_params[adgroupid]=60516532533&google_params[campaignid]=1603203020&bs=0sDgchyOZWmgyJ1tOLL4OVXjwsxkfIiYndSxqYRq-35IRbsf3QLrGANE2fAA0C45GiqCZc_1NxYq2XjpcBRcNUkACxzdxn7r&google_params[feeditemid]=&google_params[targetid]=kwd-35367827747&google_params[loc_interest_ms]=&google_params[loc_physical_ms]=9046495&google_params[devicemodel]=&google_params[target]=&age=Middle&dest=0&sys_id=0|491&gclid=CjwKCAiAws7uBRAkEiwAMlbZjrl8DvTm-De4_OteAQ2NeD0w9i3UvOi4sah95qZpHjSPl5q3cV7wZRoCj9oQAvD_BwE The top rated one on here says 80% less fat whereas the ninja one is 75% less fat.I'm baffled on which one to get as I really want one :/ 🥴 thanks


This is not the stand-alone Niinja air fyer.
Edited by: "maclennanneil" 20th Nov 2019
It is an air fryer too
Shoppaholic1620/11/2019 07:03

I have thank you for confirming the RRP


I love a nifty gadget so I’ve had a camelcamel alert on it! Been waiting ages so I’m glad I waited that little bit longer, I’d have been cross if I had bought it at amazon’s price!
Just got one of these. It’s cooking is amazing ridiculously quick and everything tastes great. Only downside is. It looks huge and the basket inside actually isn’t so you can’t cook a lot at once for a family. Not really a major issue as cooks so quick can cook stuff separately. But is a very good product would highly recommend.
jacko20jj20/11/2019 07:28

Just got one of these. It’s cooking is amazing ridiculously quick and e …Just got one of these. It’s cooking is amazing ridiculously quick and everything tastes great. Only downside is. It looks huge and the basket inside actually isn’t so you can’t cook a lot at once for a family. Not really a major issue as cooks so quick can cook stuff separately. But is a very good product would highly recommend.


How easy is it to clean with all that steel mesh?
TellyLover20/11/2019 07:29

How easy is it to clean with all that steel mesh?


Just like any thing similar. Line the bottom with something to keep it clean from drips if use if the tray . Everything comes out also so no drama at all.
I’ve got one it’s amazing it a good size for a family it’s a pressure cooker airfryer grill roast all in one and sauté. I never use my oven in months it saves your electric bill to
Waiting for the Ninja Grill Air fryer to come down in price
cliffliz20/11/2019 07:06

How does this compare to the recommended tefal actifry for the likes of …How does this compare to the recommended tefal actifry for the likes of slimming world.?


Slimming world won't get a kick back for advertising it. But it will do the same job, it will also do other jobs so better for decluttering.

Honestly unless you are a habitual deep fat fryer(who still does that) you won't really get a difference over a decent fan oven.
You are a star OP! I was after the newer model with dehydrator which is also reduced to £179! You saved me almost £50!
£131 at Costco if that’s easier for anyone and the satisfaction of there return for almost any reason
eamonor20/11/2019 13:00

£131 at Costco if that’s easier for anyone and the satisfaction of there re …£131 at Costco if that’s easier for anyone and the satisfaction of there return for almost any reason


Do costco have the larger size one?
Ask dw who seen earlier and said she didn’t notice bigger version. (Farnborough location)
I have the max and I really like it. The same deal is on Amazon and on Very with the option of £50 off the first order for new accounts.
What is the main difference between this and the larger model apart from size? Is it worth paying the extra price for a family of 4?
cliffliz20/11/2019 07:13

https://uk.bestreviews.guide/air-fryers?origin=google&google_params[matchtype]=b&google_params[network]=g&google_params[device]=m&google_params[creative]=305165668468&google_params[keyword]=%2Bair %2Bfryers&google_params[adposition]=1o1&google_params[adgroupid]=60516532533&google_params[campaignid]=1603203020&bs=0sDgchyOZWmgyJ1tOLL4OVXjwsxkfIiYndSxqYRq-35IRbsf3QLrGANE2fAA0C45GiqCZc_1NxYq2XjpcBRcNUkACxzdxn7r&google_params[feeditemid]=&google_params[targetid]=kwd-35367827747&google_params[loc_interest_ms]=&google_params[loc_physical_ms]=9046495&google_params[devicemodel]=&google_params[target]=&age=Middle&dest=0&sys_id=0|491&gclid=CjwKCAiAws7uBRAkEiwAMlbZjrl8DvTm-De4_OteAQ2NeD0w9i3UvOi4sah95qZpHjSPl5q3cV7wZRoCj9oQAvD_BwE The top rated one on here says 80% less fat whereas the ninja one is 75% less fat.I'm baffled on which one to get as I really want one :/ 🥴 thanks


Reviewers were buying Uten in spurts. Just saying....
How is this as an airfryer for a large family?
thedoncambridge20/11/2019 16:49

What is the main difference between this and the larger model apart from …What is the main difference between this and the larger model apart from size? Is it worth paying the extra price for a family of 4?


The larger one is larger. It has a larger cooking pot 7.5L and a larger air crisp pot 4.7L. It also has a yoghurt making function and a dehydrate function. It depends on your needs.
polarbaba20/11/2019 20:28

How is this as an airfryer for a large family?


If you have a large family, you might be better off with the Ninja Foodi Max. The cooking pot is 7.5L and the air crisp basket is 4.7L. That might be a better size for you.
Loubou20/11/2019 21:23

If you have a large family, you might be better off with the Ninja Foodi …If you have a large family, you might be better off with the Ninja Foodi Max. The cooking pot is 7.5L and the air crisp basket is 4.7L. That might be a better size for you.


To be honest we use the air fryer the most, the other cooking functions are just a bonus..
Any recommendations for something with a large actual basket and decent power output .

Cheers.
polarbaba20/11/2019 21:38

To be honest we use the air fryer the most, the other cooking functions … To be honest we use the air fryer the most, the other cooking functions are just a bonus..Any recommendations for something with a large actual basket and decent power output .Cheers.


If you just want an Air Fryer, I would go for the Ninja Air Fryer Max. The basket is 5.7L. Bigger than most air fryers. I've got the smaller version and it's good. The larger one has a taller basket but not wider. The problem with air fryers is that they don't have much surface space. With the Ninja Foodi you can air fry in the pot and use a rack. Then you have more surface space as the pot is wider. If you don't want that though go for the Ninja Air Fryer Max. It has a variety of functions. Air fry, roast, bake, Max crisp, dehydrate and reheat. Here is the link.

amazon.co.uk/Nin…h=1
Loubou21/11/2019 00:04

If you just want an Air Fryer, I would go for the Ninja Air Fryer Max. The …If you just want an Air Fryer, I would go for the Ninja Air Fryer Max. The basket is 5.7L. Bigger than most air fryers. I've got the smaller version and it's good. The larger one has a taller basket but not wider. The problem with air fryers is that they don't have much surface space. With the Ninja Foodi you can air fry in the pot and use a rack. Then you have more surface space as the pot is wider. If you don't want that though go for the Ninja Air Fryer Max. It has a variety of functions. Air fry, roast, bake, Max crisp, dehydrate and reheat. Here is the link. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Ninja-AF100UK-Fryer-Plastic-liters/dp/B07Y3KDL7R/ref=sr_1_3?crid=FKDVUHIUAQF6&keywords=ninja%2Bair%2Bfryer&qid=1574294275&sprefix=Ninja%2Bair%2Caps%2C167&sr=8-3&th=1


Thank you!
cliffliz20/11/2019 07:06

How does this compare to the recommended tefal actifry for the likes of …How does this compare to the recommended tefal actifry for the likes of slimming world.?


I think this one is multi-functional!
Advert says 25% off price on Black Friday
Looks great...so tempted...can't see it being this cheap again
Not sure whether to get this or the one with the dehydrator function. Hmmm.
gone for the max one from argos think it will be better fit for me and the kids
I’m not sure which to get. Is the max worth the extra £50?
terriclarkfan20/11/2019 07:09

My cupboard under the sink isn't big enough.


have you used it?
because we bought a similar device (instant pot) posted here,few months back and it's so convinient,been used pretty much every day.definitely not stored under sink.
Edited by: "koskesh" 21st Nov 2019
faythy21/11/2019 08:00

Not sure whether to get this or the one with the dehydrator function. Hmmm.


If it's on sale on black Friday I'll be getting the larger one with dehydrator.. or the air fryer...

Decisions...
Loubou21/11/2019 00:04

If you just want an Air Fryer, I would go for the Ninja Air Fryer Max. The …If you just want an Air Fryer, I would go for the Ninja Air Fryer Max. The basket is 5.7L. Bigger than most air fryers. I've got the smaller version and it's good. The larger one has a taller basket but not wider. The problem with air fryers is that they don't have much surface space. With the Ninja Foodi you can air fry in the pot and use a rack. Then you have more surface space as the pot is wider. If you don't want that though go for the Ninja Air Fryer Max. It has a variety of functions. Air fry, roast, bake, Max crisp, dehydrate and reheat. Here is the link. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Ninja-AF100UK-Fryer-Plastic-liters/dp/B07Y3KDL7R/ref=sr_1_3?crid=FKDVUHIUAQF6&keywords=ninja%2Bair%2Bfryer&qid=1574294275&sprefix=Ninja%2Bair%2Caps%2C167&sr=8-3&th=1


Will this one air dry as well as the ninja air fryer?
Is this design a compromise.
As I've thought about it and it would be great for making pasta/lasagne etc in this!.
How does this compare to the instantpot?
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