Best Black Friday Air Fryer deals: models from Ninja, Philips and Tefal

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    Best Black Friday Air Fryer deals: models from Ninja, Philips and Tefal

    The air fryer is the new hot model that everyone wants in their kitchen. A revolutionary gadget that can cook your food with less fat and oil than traditional cooking methods, the air fryer is loved by foodies and health nuts everywhere.

    If you’ve been looking to add an air fryer into your cooking repertoire, the Black Friday deals are the best place to look. There are huge price cuts already on air fryers from top retailers like Amazon, Currys and Very, in their early Black Friday sales. 

    We’ve highlighted the top five best air fryers, including which retailers have the best deals on them right now. Air fryers are sure to sell out quickly this Black Friday, so make sure you do your research so you can get the best device at the best price. 

    Why you should buy an Air Fryer 

    If you’re thinking: “I’ve already got an oven and deep fat fryer, so why would I want an air fryer?”, we’ve got the answers for you. An air fryer is a great addition to any kitchen but especially if you’re not a confident cook, if you’re very busy, and if you have a small kitchen and don’t have enough space for bigger appliances like microwaves or fryers.

    An air fryer can act as your oven, fryer, grill and microwave, so it gives you multiple settings and cooking options in one model. Using hot air combined with a teaspoon of oil, air fryers make healthier versions of your favourite foods without excess oil or fat.

    Top air fryer brands include Philips, Ninja, TEFAL, Instant and Sage. We predict these brands will sell out quickly this Black Friday, so if you want to know which retailer has the best deals on air fryers, take a look below.

    Top UK Retailers to shop for Air Fryers 

    Top US Retailers to shop for Air Fryers 

    Published at Tue, 09 Nov 2021 12:52:03 +0000

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