Ninja Foodi Air Fryer [AF300UK], Dual Zone, 7.6 Litre, Black

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7.6 Litres
Model name AF300UK
Brand Ninja
Colour Black
Item dimensions L x W x H 35 x 37.5 x 31.5 centimetres

About this item

  • 2 independent cooking zones – Different foods, different programs, both ready at the same time.
  • 6 cooking functions – Air Fry, Max Crisp, Roast, Bake, Reheat & Dehydrate.
  • Up to 75 percent faster than fan ovens. Cook from frozen to crispy.
  • Air Fry – Up to 75 percent less fat than traditional frying methods.
  • Includes: 2 x 3.8L cooking drawers (7.6L total capacity), 2 x crisper plates, chef-created recipe guide. Dishwasher-safe parts.

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Size Name:7.6 Litres

When it comes to cooking, timing is everything. The Ninja Foodi Dual Zone 7.6L Air Fryer does the thinking and timing for you. Cook two different foods at once and have both ready to serve at exactly the same time.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Ninja vs Philips Airfryer
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 17 March 2019
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4.0 out of 5 stars Ninja vs Philips Airfryer
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 17 March 2019
I have one of the first models of Philips Airfryer and have had it for several years now. After the microwave and kettle it is the appliance I use the most. Yes it's great for making french fries with barely any oil, but it's also fantastic for heating and crisping up anything frozen like breadrolls, pies, frozen chicken, hamburges patties, sausages etc. The beauty of the air fryer is that becuase it has a very large element, a small cooking area and a powerful fan, it heats up incredibly quickly. Frozen foods are cooked in half the suggested time. And no waiting for 20 minutes for the oven to warm up. 2-3 minutes and the air fryer is pre-heated. It's a must for singles who only need to cook small amounts as well as for families where you can do a portion of fries in one go. I defrost frozen rolls in the microwave for 30 seconds and then pop them in the airfryer for 5 minutes and they're perfect.

My top tip is to make sure you have good ventilation. I use mine placed on top of a breadboard on the cooker with the extractor fan on. The high heat blows out air saturated with oil and smoke which you dont want in the kitchen. So forget the glossy pictures of using it on a counter top. Especially if you are making fries.

So how does this Ninja Air Fryer compare to the Philips?

Well inside the parts look almost identical. The only major differences are:
The Ninja has a digital display and buttons rather than a manual temperature dial and a timer dial.
The Ninja has a wider temperature range and goes up to 210 degrees celsius (max temp for Philips is 200)
The Ninja has an extra setting for dehydrating fruits and vegetables or making jerky.
The most noticeable difference is the frying basket. The ninjas basket is round (which is great as it is much easier to clean than the Philips which is square with ridges) and it has an insert to lift food from the bottom whereas the Philips has a basket that lifts out with a mesh bottom. There are pros and cons to the Ninja design. It's much easier to clean but the insert has wider slots in it and smaller fries can fall through the holes or get stuck in it.
The other difference is when you open the fryer to check on the cooking progress the Ninja automatically stops and starts again once the basket is put back whereas the Philips just keeps on going.
They both have the same wattage (around 1500 watts)
Ninja has slightly larger capacity 900g fries versus 800g for the original Philips.
The Ninja is competitively priced but the original model Philips is also more affordable now that larger and digital models have come out. At time of writing this review the Ninja was coming out cheapest though.

In terms of performance they are identical. Philips maybe has a very slight edge on getting things crispier due to better airflow because of the mesh basket but that also makes it more difficult to clean.

Whats in the box:
The airfryer with UK plug
Instruction booklet and recipe booklet

All in all, if you don't have an airfryer yet, get one. This is a great one to start with.
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Samuel Fr.
5.0 out of 5 stars This fryer is a game changer
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 12 September 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars This fryer is a game changer
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 12 September 2019
I'm a heavy meat eater (I eat carnivore at the moment) and my daily routine has been radically changed for the better by buying this machine. The ease and practicality of cooking meat in the air fryer is unheard of, it's so lazy, clean-up is a breeze, and most importantly the meat tastes incredibly good. I've tried another air fryer from an unknown brand, and the bottom of the frying pan started to peel off (ugh... teflon is not good in food). But thankfully, this air fryer has a ceramic pan which is dishwasher safe and doesn't peel! The meat cooks quickly and evenly, even from frozen, which is amazing. I can cook different sorts of meat, without adding fat to the fryer. The meat becomes crisp, browned and is really, really good. If you are a heavy meat eater, you need this, for other foods I haven't tried it yet. I think I've regained hours per week, I never use the oven or my cast iron pan anymore, which saves me on clean up, preparation, cook times and planning & mental space. I don't have to think ahead, just reheat the fryer for 3 minutes then put some meat in it, 12 minutes later it's done, voilà!

Some reviewers speak of a plastic smell. Indeed, the first 5 or 6 times I used it I could smell a 'new car smell' when I was done, but it was not very noticeable. After about a week though it was completely gone.
I'm from Belgium, and use an adapter and no problem there.

I would highly recommend this machine to anyone who wants easier and convenient yet delicious cooking.
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Robert Black
5.0 out of 5 stars Ninja did it again! A+
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 26 May 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great replacement for Philips.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 1 November 2019
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1.0 out of 5 stars Faulty item
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 5 December 2019
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