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Ninja Foodi MAX 9-in-1 Multi-Cooker 7.5L OP500UK £149 or 11-in-1 SmartLid Multi-Cooker 6L OL550UK £189 Delivered @ Ninja Kitchen

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The 9-in-1 has gone up in price, the 11-in 1 is still available at £189

Foodi MAX 9-in-1 Multi-Cooker 7.5L OP500UK

With an incredible 9 cooking functions and a large capacity to feed the whole family, the Ninja Foodi MAX 9-in-1 Multi-Cooker makes it quick and easy to cook delicious meals, sides, snacks and desserts.

One pot does the lot! Impress your guests with 9 cooking functions in one pot, including Pressure Cook, Air Fry, Slow Cook, Steam, Bake/Roast, Sear/Sauté, Grill, Yoghurt and Dehydrate. Perfectly sized for up to 6 people, you can cook and crisp a whole 3kg roast chicken.

The pressure cooker that crisps. With Ninja’s exclusive TenderCrisp Technology, pressure cook tender meals up to 70% faster than traditional cooking methods*, then crisp to give your food a perfect golden finish.

Ninja Foodi 11-in-1 SmartLid Multi-Cooker 6L OL550UK ninjakitchen.co.uk/pro…UK?

Introducing the next generation of Ninja multi-cookers, offering even more exciting ways to cook your favourite meals.

Save up to 65% on your energy bill† with the UK’s best-selling multicooker brand‡.

Unlock 11 cooking functions under one SmartLid, including Pressure Cook, Air Fry, Slow Cook, Grill and 2 innovative Combi-Steam Mode functions, combining steam with convection cooking for juicy, speedy and crispy results. One pot does the lot!

Pressure Cook up to 70% faster than traditional cooking methods*.

Air Fry guilt-free fried food using little to no oil.

Perfectly sized to feed up to 4 people, you can cook and crisp a whole 2kg chicken.
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  1. Berniboy's avatar
    This question keeps popping up in my simple brain. I want to have a Sunday roast dinner for 4 to 6 people. So I put a chicken in the Ninja, it cooks, then I want to make roast potatoes, and other veggies. Would I need more than 1 of these Ninjas so I can cook everything at the same time? Then there's the Yorkie Puds as well (12 in total), how are they done? What I'm thinking is if I have to cook things one after the other how is this a benefit? Sorry if it's a stupid question. Obvs all answers will be passed back to head chef the wife :-) (edited)
    Charles_Preston's avatar
    I cook the meat in the Ninja and then do the veggies after while the meat tests for 20 minutes….
  2. GT49's avatar
    Same price on Very, if you are new or use new email address you can still pay in full and get 20% off
  3. flighty7's avatar
    People who qualify can get an additional 10% off scroll to bottom of the page click on discount and send required docs takes about 20 mins to verify and they will send you a code. (edited)
  4. HellRazer's avatar
    Don't forget topcashback etc.
  5. Arizolas's avatar
    Blue Light Card gives 10% off too.
    flighty7's avatar
    I couldn't get blue card to work the promotion excluded airfryers may work on the foodie mind!!!
  6. borsuk's avatar
    As mentioned in previous posts, do not hesitate if you don't own one yet. You won't stop using it once you have it. Another great deal OP 👌
    BiGfactHunt's avatar
    I have pressure cookers, a slowcooker and casserole dishes etc why would I need this?
  7. vxtyrant's avatar
    I’m waiting on the 15-in-1 to come down from £320
    joetheheartbreaker's avatar
    This! It does hit 250 and I'm waiting for that mark
  8. adgloride1's avatar
    Good air fryer but the basket is difficult to remove. I have some silicon gloves to cover my hands and wrists when removing it. A tool for doing this doesn't come with the ninja and I'm yet to find a 3rd party one.
  9. Rou's avatar
    Is this like a pressure cooker? Does it cook rice?
    flighty7's avatar
    It cooks rice beautifully.
  10. SuperHans82's avatar
    Honestly, just wait for a deal on the 15/1. Managed to pick it up for £229 a couple of months ago and haven't used the oven since.
  11. scottydogg81's avatar
    Same price amazon good price
    flighty7's avatar
    Can't get the discount on amazon.
  12. tango_romeo_juliet's avatar
    The 9 in 1 or 11 in 1, anyone got a view?
    flighty7's avatar
    11 in one if it has the smart lid every day of the week. (edited)
  13. Brandon1980's avatar
    Ordered, thank you
  14. jamie_sn1's avatar
    Just picked this up for £134.10 with the 10% discount blue light discount.
    Starby's avatar
    How ?
  15. Atilmur's avatar
    NRG6PR8Q 10% discount code for one use only
  16. N..'s avatar
    Managed to get one at that price on amazon yesterday.
  17. Heat777's avatar
    Got the 6L one for £219 a few weeks back from John Lewis with a 2 year guarantee. Was a replacement for another previous model that malfunctioned just after a year so I didn’t risk it with just a years’ standard manufacturer warranty. As others have said, great device - hardly ever use the oven now. And can’t believe we were having to keep swapping lids before!
    mrman007's avatar
    Very nice!!! I should say when I picked up the one for £200 it was for someone else. I have the older model that you have to change the lids and I can only imagine how much easier that is. It is a pain when you want to crisp that pork crackling up after a pressure cook. on the other hand it REALLY does a good job.
    That was VERY unlucky it malfunctioned on you just after the year. I would be crying! Well worth the extra for the warranty and still a great price!!

    I think a large roast is the ONLY thing I use the oven for but it really is a life changer and saves so much time especially if you want a sneaky midnight snack when no one is looking!
  18. danflorin3's avatar
    Teflon coating...wonder why nobody talks about it
    Rou's avatar
    Good thing or bad?
  19. Twocanpocket's avatar
    Can you do chicken and potatos in this?

    Is there a way to cook a full meal for 2 or do you have to cook everything individually?
    Ilostmyselfin1984's avatar
    LoL no, halogen oven will
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