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GoWise USA 1600 W Rotisserie Oven & 12.7 Qt. Electric Air Fryer $107.99 + Free Shipping

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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has GoWise USA 1600 W Rotisserie Oven & 12.7 Qt. Electric Air Fryer for $107.99 w/ TOASTERS10; discount is reflected in cart. Shipping is free.
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  • Includes recipe book and following accessories:
    • rotisserie tong, rotisserie rod, oven rack, drip pan, skewer rotisserie, rotisserie cage, rotisserie steak cage, shallow mesh basket and one mesh tray
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I just picked up a cuisinart TOA-60 from Costco for 159. If anyone is familiar with both, how do they compare? Should I return it? I literally just bought it yesterday
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What can this cook ?? Whole chicken? Steak ?
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Man, I would if I could. I'm loving the rotisserie feature on this thing. Really enjoying my air fryer from the last Walmart deal. Probably would've been in if I didn't already have that.
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Never heard of GoWise. Can anyone give input on their reliability?
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I just picked up a cuisinart TOA-60 from Costco for 159. If anyone is familiar with both, how do they compare? Should I return it? I literally just bought it yesterday
I got the TOA-60 last year (I think $120? in case you want to wait for a better sale), I primarily wanted a toaster oven and thought air-frying would be a plus. It toasts well, and we use the air-frying feature a lot, unfortunately it's not great as an oven because the temperature seems wildly off from the dial settings. Similarly the air-frying usage has a learning curve, I rarely cook things above 325 and use the bottom rack, so it's not the greatest air fryer.

If you think you primarily want an air fryer, get a dedicated air-fryer, if you want a toaster oven that can also air fry, the TOA-60 is pretty decent for the price, but I wish it was more reliable as an oven.
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Never heard of GoWise. Can anyone give input on their reliability?
Go wise is a very popular brand on Amazon. Thousands of reviews. I have a 6 quart. A 3 quart. They've both lasted me over a year so far. The coating on the racks are starting to come off and the button for one of the racks broke. Compared to a nuwave I bought for my mom. The nuwave is over a year also and the coating is also starting to peel. The buttons are all good. I would say the quality is good but not great. It's still working without a hitch. I've read that many brands. The coating strips away after several months to a year.
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Which one is better compared to the Oster 22L from bestbuy that was posted a few days ago?
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All colors are OOS
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Mine arrived defective. The front faceplate where the buttons are was melted and disfigured.
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Go wise is a very popular brand on Amazon. Thousands of reviews. I have a 6 quart. A 3 quart. They've both lasted me over a year so far. The coating on the racks are starting to come off and the button for one of the racks broke. Compared to a nuwave I bought for my mom. The nuwave is over a year also and the coating is also starting to peel. The buttons are all good. I would say the quality is good but not great. It's still working without a hitch. I've read that many brands. The coating strips away after several months to a year.
I had one of the 6qt Air fryers and peeling occurred for me pretty fast. Their customer support sent me out a replacement basket. That one started to peel eventually too, and I ended up switching . I agree that the quality is good, however not great.
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