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Costco Members: Gourmia 5-Quart Digital Air Fryer w/ 2-Tiered Rack EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale.com has Gourmia 5-Quart Digital Air Fryer w/ Multi-Purpose 2-Tiered Rack (GAF575) on sale for $44.99 valid for Costco Members only. Additionally, some members have indicated that the In-Warehouse pricing for this unit is $39.99 [Warehouse Locator]. Shipping is free. Thanks sam5104, Foss & Dealhunter30

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This Gourmia 5-Quart Digital Air Fryer features a 8 One-Touch Digital Preset w/ RadiVection 360° Heat Circulation Technology & Easy-to-Read digital touch LCD display. Non-stick basket removes easily for quick cleaning. Offer valid through May 17, 2019 or while supplies last. Please refer to the forum thread for additional details - Discombobulated

At the time of research, the Gourmia 5-Quart Digital Air Fryer w/ Multi-Purpose 2-Tiered Rack is $15 lower (25% savings) than if you were to originally purchase this unit at $59.99. - Discombobulated

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Gourmia 5 Qt Digital Air Fryer in store $39.99 and online $44.99 from Costco.com free Shipping and Handling
Item 1232432Model GAF575

4.5 stars on 3200 reviews

8 One-Touch Digital Presets
Easy-to-Read Digital Touch LCD Display
RadiVection 360° Heat Circulation Technology
Easy-Clean Convenience
Includes Removable 2-Tiered Rack

Digital Air Fryer
Crispy, golden goodness without the unwanted calories!
Craving the irresistible crunch of your favorite fried foods? Now, you can enjoy guilt-free pleasure from the comfort of home with the Digital Air Fryer from Gourmia.

Using cutting-edge RadiVection 360° heat distribution technology, this powerful cooker churns out the same crispy exterior and juicy interior as a traditional deep fryer.

The best part? No more fatty oil or messy grease. From fried chicken and shrimp to pub-style fries and onion rings, 8 preset cook modes will have you munching in no time. With adjustable time and temperature and easy-clean parts, this magical cooking machine makes every day a fryday!

Features:
5 qt./4.7L capacity
Designed for the modern kitchen and perfect for families
8 One-Touch Presets
Tap-to-fry modes for great convenience.
Digital Touch Controls
For precise temperature setting.
Non-Stick Basket
Removes easily for quick cleaning.
Plus: Multi-purpose Floating Rack
For raised and 2-tiered cooking.


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"de direct"? I could care less about spelling on the internet but your post struck me as odd, given your critique of someone who took the time out of their day to answer a question that could have just as easily have been googled. I'm mean if you're going to start giving people a hard time make sure you are on top of your own posts..
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I was telling you about my experience of bucket vs shelf. I don't know if the one you are referring to but am guessing you know if it's a bucket or shelf are, making my reply useful.
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In my experience, only the top food browns. So the ones with shelves work a ton better than the bucket style.
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great deal. thanks
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I have it. Make sure you take out the stuff inside the fryer before doing some "dry runs" to get rid of any smells. Otherwise you'll incinerate it lol

It has been excellent for reheating food, even fried foods like chicken strips. Haven't put anything uncooked in it yet. unsure if I want to try
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Can I assume any food that requires a "Deep Frying (by oil)" can be Air Fried?
Or only some food like French Fry qualifies the Air Frying?

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Can I assume any food that requires a "Deep Frying (by oil)" can be Air Fried?
Or only some food like French Fry qualifies the Air Frying?

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Any food other than those with drippy batter is fine. To crisp/brown the food, spray/coat it with some oil before air frying.
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Do the much more expensive Philips Air Fryers have any advantage over these cheap clones? Or are they now just considered ovepriced original innovators?
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This is a good price I'd say, these air fryers are great to cook quick!
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Do the much more expensive Philips Air Fryers have any advantage over these cheap clones? Or are they now just considered ovepriced original innovators?
In my experience, only the top food browns. So the ones with shelves work a ton better than the bucket style.
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I've been following the air fryer threads for a few weeks and this is a great deal at this price. The only negative is the peeling of the basket and plastic smell initially.

Wish they discount the 6L version too. Good deal.
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I was telling you about my experience of bucket vs shelf. I don't know if the one you are referring to but am guessing you know if it's a bucket or shelf are, making my reply useful.
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"de direct"? I could care less about spelling on the internet but your post struck me as odd, given your critique of someone who took the time out of their day to answer a question that could have just as easily have been googled. I'm mean if you're going to start giving people a hard time make sure you are on top of your own posts..
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I have a non-digital Gourmia with this basket style. The bottom part the food sits on is removable and has 4 little silicone? nubs that hold it in place. If one of the little nubs were to get lost the air fryer basket would get scratched by the metal it covers and it wouldn't stay in place. Right after I opened it I realized this and regretted not getting the type of airfryer with the inner removable basket. Also, the non-stick coating on the part the food sits on started coming off. For this reason I would spray a little oil on the food you prepare.

I found this awesome deal last week and it took the place of my Gourmia. https://slickdeals.net/f/13050451-gowise-usa-1700-watt-8-in-1-digital-air-fryer-5-8-quart-33-70-prime-members-fs?v=1&src=SiteSearch
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I have a non-digital Gourmia with this basket style. The bottom part the food sits on is removable and has 4 little silicone? nubs that hold it in place. If one of the little nubs were to get lost the air fryer basket would get scratched by the metal it covers and it wouldn't stay in place. Right after I opened it I realized this and regretted not getting the type of airfryer with the inner removable basket. Also, the non-stick coating on the part the food sits on started coming off. For this reason I would spray a little oil on the food you prepare.

I found this awesome deal last week and it took the place of my Gourmia. https://slickdeals.net/f/13050451-gowise-usa-1700-watt-8-in-1-digital-air-fryer-5-8-quart-33-70-prime-members-fs?v=1&src=SiteSearch
That other one also has people saying the non-stick peeling off after a few months. I guess that's part of the compromise of the cheaper air-fryers.
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