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Healthier alternative to traditional frying using little-to-no-oil
8 easy-to-use preprogrammed cooking options
Strong hot air convection for fast, healthy cooking
3-liter capacity, cooks up to 2 lbs of food
Digital touchscreen control panel: set the time and temperature that you want, or select from 1 of the 8 easy-to use preprogrammed options
Temperature selector from 150 to 400 degrees F
Dishwasher-safe basket for easy cleaning
Using little to no oil, this unit circulates hot air evenly around the food, which provides uniform cooking
Give your food a crispy finish without the guilt of cooking with excess oil
Includes 25 recipes
Dimensions: 14"L x 10.7"W x 12.5"H
Model# FBWFT43479W


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AIR FRYERs are the best. This is a good size, great brand, and sleek design.
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NO - you don't need to add any oil, but a drop or two would help (prevent sticking to basket)
YES - slice up a potato and the fries come out crispy and tasty, sprinkle on some light seasoning if you want
YES - you SHOULD flip the contents after a few mins, and then let it do the work. I didn't have any issues with fresh tenderloins (didn't flip even once).
YES - the food comes out crispy, and most of the oil (fries, wings that were pre-fried) drains to the bottom collection, above the basket
YES - I have a Farberware Air Fryer, but an older one, smaller, with manual controls. Works great, and running strong after two years of maintenance free ownership.

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you need to add a little oil in this case. But if you try to fry wings, you don't need oil since there is oil/fat in meat. It is basically a small oven with fan, to circulate hot air. It does need oil, if whatever you fry doesn't contain oil or fat. Thats why it is required no-little oil.
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It's basically a small convection oven. Meaning it will circulate the air for better heat transfer than a regular oven. The small size lets the air get up to temp faster and also means the food is closer to the heating element so it should brown and crisp up your food better as well.
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Perfect, was just in Walmart about to spend $89 on one of these things...
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AIR FRYERs are the best. This is a good size, great brand, and sleek design.
Answers to possible questions -

NO - you don't need to add any oil, but a drop or two would help (prevent sticking to basket)
YES - slice up a potato and the fries come out crispy and tasty, sprinkle on some light seasoning if you want
YES - you SHOULD flip the contents after a few mins, and then let it do the work. I didn't have any issues with fresh tenderloins (didn't flip even once).
YES - the food comes out crispy, and most of the oil (fries, wings that were pre-fried) drains to the bottom collection, above the basket
YES - I have a Farberware Air Fryer, but an older one, smaller, with manual controls. Works great, and running strong after two years of maintenance free ownership.

Buy it!
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AIR FRYERs are the best. This is a good size, great brand, and sleek design.
Answers to possible questions -

NO - you don't need to add any oil, but a drop or two would help (prevent sticking to basket)
YES - slice up a potato and the fries come out crispy and tasty, sprinkle on some light seasoning if you want
YES - you SHOULD flip the contents after a few mins, and then let it do the work. I didn't have any issues with fresh tenderloins (didn't flip even once).
YES - the food comes out crispy, and most of the oil (fries, wings that were pre-fried) drains to the bottom collection, above the basket
YES - I have a Farberware Air Fryer, but an older one, smaller, with manual controls. Works great, and running strong after two years of maintenance free ownership.

Buy it!

So you can throw a raw potato in these and get awesome fries? I thought they were only good with frozen stuff.
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So you can throw a raw potato in these and get awesome fries? I thought they were only good with frozen stuff.
you need to add a little oil in this case. But if you try to fry wings, you don't need oil since there is oil/fat in meat. It is basically a small oven with fan, to circulate hot air. It does need oil, if whatever you fry doesn't contain oil or fat. Thats why it is required no-little oil.
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So you can throw a raw potato in these and get awesome fries? I thought they were only good with frozen stuff.
You CAN throw in a raw potato but it will take long to cook throughout.
Ideally, you slice it, as mentioned above. Get a veggie slicer, and push it through the grate, giving you shoestring fries which will cook in 10 mins....FRESH, no added garbage.

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You CAN throw in a raw potato but it will take long to cook throughout.
Ideally, you slice it, as mentioned above. Get a veggie slicer, and push it through the grate, giving you shoestring fries which will cook in 10 mins....FRESH, no added garbage.

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I think by raw potato he didn't mean as a whole. He meant raw sliced instead of frozen pre-cooked ones. So you mean we can just put raw sliced potato and get good fries? (with some oil)
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you need to add a little oil in this case. But if you try to fry wings, you don't need oil since there is oil/fat in meat. It is basically a small oven with fan, to circulate hot air. It does need oil, if whatever you fry doesn't contain oil or fat. Thats why it is required no-little oil.
So what's the difference between this and an oven?
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Got it on Black Friday and I'm really happy with it.
Fries-20 min (for raw potatoes, or sweet potatoes not frozen)
Salmon-10 min
Burgers and steaks also 10 min.
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So what's the difference between this and an oven?
I'm guessing size and the fan?
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So what's the difference between this and an oven?
It Cooks in about half the time, fresh fries in 12 minutes! Salt after they come out for best results.
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Does anybody have this particular product and care to shed their thoughts?
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So what's the difference between this and an oven?
I haven't had one, but I've been googling a lot about them and it seems to be things like it saves a lot of preheating /baking time since it's a smaller area to keep hot.
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