Would love to know other parents’ advice on the air fryer they have, the features what works for them and also if they do not recommend. I don’t want to buy an expensive one only to lose out on money when I could’ve gotten one for a better deal.

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  • I have the smallest Philips one. It’s really great and best of all the drawer and basket that does the cooking can go in the dishwasher so it is easy to clean.

  • $85.00 from Kmart Jan 2023 works a treat really enjoy but no reheating and disconnect after use will ensure long term safety

  • We got out Phillips second hand, and it is great, just too small.

  • 2 dryer one from jb hifi. About $150 …. best. Thing. Ever

  • Reject shop, roughly around $50! Good value for price.

  • We are using the pull out basket drawer style – Breville 5L.
    Works well for us as gets use most days/nights.
    Has a number of settings available e.g. grill, bake
    I think cleaning is the only downside.

  • We got a $70 Kmart air fryer and it’s great. It’s our first, so don’t have a more fancy model to compare to, but does everything we need with no complaints

  • Interested in getting one and interested in the comments.

  • Great question as many of us are considering them.

  • Glad you asked this, I’m also very interested in hearing peoples perspectives on air fryers. I have heard very positive reviews on the Phillips range.

  • I have just recently bought one for my elderly neighbour. Phillips 3.2litre. $49 Kmart. She finds it very good and so easy and she’s 83yrs old. She’s had a few failures but you just have to keep using it to learn. So I recommend buy a cheap one and find out. If you don’t like it you can sell it on Gumtree or Facebook marketplace.

  • I have a K-mart air fryer which was about $70. I’m happy with it

  • I have had multiple air fryers and have loved them all. I currently have the Kmart 9L Twin air fryer which is $129. It is really handy having two separate baskets as I can use one or both. If you are just cooking something small you can use one basket and if you are cooking a larger meal (Like a roast and vegetables) you can put a different thing in each basket.

    Before losing them in the floods I had 2 of the smaller Kmart air fryers which I used the same way. But its really convenient having the twin as it doesn’t take up as much room as having 2 separate air fryers for big meals.

    My mum has a more expensive air fryer and I don’t think it is worth the extra money. It does all the same things as the cheaper Kmart ones.

  • It really depends on how you’re going to use it. If you want to cook large lavish meals, then you will need a larger air fryer. If it’s just for heating up small pieces of food, a small one does the job.
    I generally use a small one to heat up food or cook small frozen food and my small air fryer does the job really well.

  • We have one from Aldi. I just love it. So quick and electricity usage is minimal. Perfect results too once you get the hang of it

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