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Ninja Foodi Max Multi-Cooker [OP500UK] Electric Pressure Cooker and Air Fryer £179.99 on Amazon
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Ninja Foodi Max Multi-Cooker [OP500UK] Electric Pressure Cooker and Air Fryer £179.99 on Amazon

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Posted 6th May

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Was posted here few days ago.for £199.99. Now reduced £20 further. It shows as temporarily oos but can still order. I hope this helps someone.

Family-size capacity
The pressure cooker that crisps – TenderCrisp Technology
Multiple Cooking Functions: Pressure Cook, Air Crisp, Slow Cook, Steam, Sear/Saute, Bake/Roast, Grill, Yoghurt and Dehydrate
Pressure cook up to 70 Percent faster* than traditional cooking methods
Includes 2-tier reversible rack, dishwasher-safe 7.5 Litre cooking pot and 4.7 Litre Cook and Crisp basket
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Seems a good deal to me for a product that is well reviewed.
Are these a good replacement for the Breville Halo+?
Thanks for posting. Been looking at these, ordered.
I’m waiting out for the foodie with the grill
Looked earlier only been on 8 mins then and already stated expired. !
Danze198406/05/2020 08:31

Are these a good replacement for the Breville Halo+?


Im afraid i can't tell.. Hopefully someone here can
Hopeso06/05/2020 08:47

Thanks for posting. Been looking at these, ordered.


happy201406/05/2020 08:58

Looked earlier only been on 8 mins then and already stated expired. !


I did as it was going cold so i thought it was a bad deal
Danze198406/05/2020 08:31

Are these a good replacement for the Breville Halo+?


Yes, we had the Halo+ and you can do all the same stuff and more, the added bonus is that you also get the pressure cooker lid which you can use to pressure cook.
rula06/05/2020 09:23

I did as it was going cold so i thought it was a bad deal


Haha. Voted hot because it’s hot and also because I like the fact you’re honest about the impact of cold votes.
anderzz2006/05/2020 08:30

Seems a good deal to me for a product that is well reviewed.


67% on which. Not the greatest. The ninja air fryer scores better.
Aaronnnn06/05/2020 08:50

I’m waiting out for the foodie with the grill


I have this and the foodi with the grill. Love them both! My partner mainly cooked and I avoided it lol - but when I saw the smaller OP300 being demo’ed on QVC nearly a year ago I bought it. Since then I really enjoy cooking due to the ease of using it and how easy it is to clean - just put its bowl etc in the dish washer! Anyway since then I upgraded to this OP500 model and purchased the grill too. I find having both ideal as I can cook veg potatoes chips etc in this and steaks fish etc in the grill at the same time. Of course the grill can cook chips potato etc. Any way don’t hesitate buying this! Trust me I’m a Viking convert now lol and we’ve not used the main oven for up to a year saving ££££ on wasted preheating, cleaning the oven and slow cooking time in comparison.
mrchuckles200206/05/2020 09:38

67% on which. Not the greatest. The ninja air fryer scores better.


This is a brilliant device! I have this and the grill. Don’t waste your time on a one function air fryer when this does the same and more! Pressure cooking makes your veg, baked potato etc much tastier. Oh and has an air fryer too!. I have the grill so can do veg or air fry lovely tasting chips and meats in the grill or vice versa!
Edited by: "speedbird747" 6th May
This ninja makes a fab tasting McMuffin and Nando’s chicken!
speedbird74706/05/2020 10:18

This is a brilliant device! I have this and the grill. Don’t waste your t …This is a brilliant device! I have this and the grill. Don’t waste your time on a one function air fryer when this does the same and more! Pressure cooking makes your veg, baked potato etc much tastier. Oh and has an air fryer too!. I have the grill so can do veg or air fry lovely tasting chips and meats in the grill or vice versa!


Quite compelling!! Need to give it some thought I have the air fryer on my wishlist.
Heat added op
What's the size difference between the 2 models?
SPLE2206/05/2020 11:21

What's the size difference between the 2 models?


OP300UK the smaller one is 6 litres the OP500UK this one is 7.5 litres. Same foot print but OP500UK is taller.
Edited by: "speedbird747" 6th May
speedbird74706/05/2020 11:29

OP300UK the smaller one is 6 litres the OP500UK this one is 7.5 litres. …OP300UK the smaller one is 6 litres the OP500UK this one is 7.5 litres. Same foot print but OP500UK is taller.


Is it worth £180 vs £130
mrchuckles200206/05/2020 10:30

Quite compelling!! Need to give it some thought I have the air fryer on my …Quite compelling!! Need to give it some thought I have the air fryer on my wishlist.


This Ninja has more functions than just air frying. For example as part of my McMuffin recipe I pour in 250ml of water - crack open some eggs into ramekins place into the Ninja - use pressure cooker function for 5 mins - then take out and add bacon and muffins then grill for 5 mins. Job done 10 mins tops. My partner said air fried chips in this are quicker than an oven and taste fantastic.
SPLE2206/05/2020 11:32

Is it worth £180 vs £130


it was for me because I use it virtually ever day - ok we are a family of 2 but it can then cater for when friends and family are over or when making larger items like cakes etc. Also the larger model has there dehydrate function too. The smaller doesn't.
Edited by: "speedbird747" 6th May
speedbird74706/05/2020 10:21

This ninja makes a fab tasting McMuffin and Nando’s chicken!


Eyy! Did you test it out the recipe then? I'm guessing the recipe nailed it? Glad you liked it mate!

Having it on Thursday and can't wait.

I've got a Ribs recipe if you're interested =)
iMohMoh06/05/2020 11:51

Eyy! Did you test it out the recipe then? I'm guessing the recipe nailed …Eyy! Did you test it out the recipe then? I'm guessing the recipe nailed it? Glad you liked it mate! Having it on Thursday and can't wait.I've got a Ribs recipe if you're interested =)


not yet - was quoting your recipe :-) but will when I can get hold of the Nados sauce!
speedbird74706/05/2020 11:44

it was for me because I use it virtually ever day - ok we are a family of …it was for me because I use it virtually ever day - ok we are a family of 2 but it can then cater for when friends and family are over or when making larger items like cakes etc. Also the larger model has there dehydrate function too. The smaller doesn't.


What's a dehydrate function do?
SPLE2206/05/2020 12:14

What's a dehydrate function do?


it extracts water out of the food item - so for example you can create healthy banana crips for example. The OP500UK also has a yoghurt making function - the smaller one doesn't.
Bought. Thanks
speedbird74706/05/2020 10:16

I have this and the foodi with the grill. Love them both! My partner …I have this and the foodi with the grill. Love them both! My partner mainly cooked and I avoided it lol - but when I saw the smaller OP300 being demo’ed on QVC nearly a year ago I bought it. Since then I really enjoy cooking due to the ease of using it and how easy it is to clean - just put its bowl etc in the dish washer! Anyway since then I upgraded to this OP500 model and purchased the grill too. I find having both ideal as I can cook veg potatoes chips etc in this and steaks fish etc in the grill at the same time. Of course the grill can cook chips potato etc. Any way don’t hesitate buying this! Trust me I’m a Viking convert now lol and we’ve not used the main oven for up to a year saving ££££ on wasted preheating, cleaning the oven and slow cooking time in comparison.


Thanks for the amazing review! I watched a YouTube video on the foodie a few days ago and was blown away it looks amazing! Will defo keep An eye one
mrchuckles200206/05/2020 09:38

67% on which. Not the greatest. The ninja air fryer scores better.


I’m a bit put off by the reviews too, the legitimacy of many are questionable including the free Vine ones.
bought one last week at £199 - when the smaller one was also £199. So far it's been great.

Used air flyer to cook potato wedges (3 minutes pressure cook, then 12 minutes air fry), frozen chips (16 minutes from frozen).
Used pressure cook to do rice (3 minutes on pressure then 10 minutes left on warm under pressure).
Used pressure cook to make seitan chunks to airfry later today.
Used dehyrate to dry tofu bacon (3 hours)
Used dehydrate to completely dry home made jerky.
Used yogurt function to raise dough.
We've only had it 5 days!

The fact that you can pressure cook and then air fry, means your potatoes or meat will be cooked and crisp.
I bought this maybe 6 months ago, and it is without a doubt the best thing I've ever bought for my ktichen. After two weeks I went and got an extra pot, a lid and some other extras and the ease of clean up that added was great, I just through the empty pot in the dishwasher or if I want to keep leftovers in it stick on the silicon lid and crack it straight in the fridge.

In the current situation its fantastic, I make big batches of soup at the weekend and if I want something more substantial mid week I can either slow cook in the morning or pressure cook in the evening.

The airfryer in it is also brilliant, its great even just for reheating food and on my occasional indulgence of a takeaway pizza I actually look forward to the leftovers the next day because pizza in this thing is amazing and take basically the same time as the microwave.

I still occasionally use my oven, and I'll use the hob for a quick pasta dish now and again or making small things, but I actually cook in this more often than anything else now.

Best weird highlights have been perfectly crispy bacon(I like mines somewhere between a crisp and jerky), home made yoghurt is something of a marvel and I would never buy store bought again, and I'm looking forward to trying some more unusual things like dehydrating and making my own jerky.

Would absolutely recommend the bigger version, it's the same overall size more or less, but more features and the pots easier to work in and you can make basically anything with the slightly bigger space. I imagine I would still like the small one, but would just be more limited so bang for buck I think this is better.
The ninja grill is also a worthy investment if it’s back in stock, bought mine in Costco around Xmas when it was reduced to £130. Was an impulsive buy at the time but boy has it delivered since then. Mostly use for cheese sandwiches, roast pork with crackling, steaks, pies etc
Grill also comes with the dehydrate function which you can use to to do beef jerky but yet to try.

Also have the older model of the ninja foodi pressure cooker which we use mostly for grilled mac and cheese and perfect cooked rice.

We picked up the ninja soup blender/maker but we don’t use that as often. Overall impressed with the ninja line
slliw06/05/2020 14:19

The ninja grill is also a worthy investment if it’s back in stock, bought m …The ninja grill is also a worthy investment if it’s back in stock, bought mine in Costco around Xmas when it was reduced to £130. Was an impulsive buy at the time but boy has it delivered since then. Mostly use for cheese sandwiches, roast pork with crackling, steaks, pies etcGrill also comes with the dehydrate function which you can use to to do beef jerky but yet to try.Also have the older model of the ninja foodi pressure cooker which we use mostly for grilled mac and cheese and perfect cooked rice.We picked up the ninja soup blender/maker but we don’t use that as often. Overall impressed with the ninja line


Can't you do all this with the foodi max? Asking because I've ordered this and genuinely. Interested!
Same price on Argos, bought off Amazon though cos had some voucher credit. Been waiting for these to hit this price!
Missed it, back up to £199.00
vickstar7906/05/2020 16:34

Can't you do all this with the foodi max? Asking because I've ordered this …Can't you do all this with the foodi max? Asking because I've ordered this and genuinely. Interested!


The Ninja Grill has four temperatures on the grill function. The Ninja Foodi Max only has one grill temperature. The Ninja grill has more surface space too and the main pot is square. The air frying basket is oblong. This means you can fit more food in than the Ninja Foodi Max. However, the Ninja Foodi Max is deeper than the Ninja Max so it could cook a bigger chicken or joint of meat. The Ninja Foodi Max has more settings like pressure cook, saute and yoghurt making. Both the Grill and the Foodi Max are good. I've got both.
Loubou07/05/2020 16:41

The Ninja Grill has four temperatures on the grill function. The Ninja …The Ninja Grill has four temperatures on the grill function. The Ninja Foodi Max only has one grill temperature. The Ninja grill has more surface space too and the main pot is square. The air frying basket is oblong. This means you can fit more food in than the Ninja Foodi Max. However, the Ninja Foodi Max is deeper than the Ninja Max so it could cook a bigger chicken or joint of meat. The Ninja Foodi Max has more settings like pressure cook, saute and yoghurt making. Both the Grill and the Foodi Max are good. I've got both.


Thank you! I don't have space for two along with my actifry, if you had to give one up, which one would it be?
vickstar7907/05/2020 16:42

Thank you! I don't have space for two along with my actifry, if you had … Thank you! I don't have space for two along with my actifry, if you had to give one up, which one would it be?


That's a tricky question. I actually use the Grill more but then I'd miss the pressure cooking function if I had to give up the Foodi Max. I haven't used the Foodi Max to it's full potential though. I need to. I suppose if I REALLY had to give one up it would be the Grill but only because the Foodi Max has more features. I'd find a way of keeping both though. If your Actifry ever breaks down, look into the Grill. For now, I hope you enjoy your Foodi Max when you get it. Join the Ninja Foodi and Grill UK Facebook group. It is good. Some people post some great recipes for the Foodi. You can see its full potential.
Loubou07/05/2020 17:55

That's a tricky question. I actually use the Grill more but then I'd …That's a tricky question. I actually use the Grill more but then I'd miss the pressure cooking function if I had to give up the Foodi Max. I haven't used the Foodi Max to it's full potential though. I need to. I suppose if I REALLY had to give one up it would be the Grill but only because the Foodi Max has more features. I'd find a way of keeping both though. If your Actifry ever breaks down, look into the Grill. For now, I hope you enjoy your Foodi Max when you get it. Join the Ninja Foodi and Grill UK Facebook group. It is good. Some people post some great recipes for the Foodi. You can see its full potential.


I just hope I receive it. Amazon have a habit of telling you they can't source the stock and cancelling your order only to then resell it at full price! Just bought my actifry about a month ago as last one died on me and I didn't know about the ninja one!
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