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Insignia 5-Liter Analog Air Fryer EXPIRED

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I have the 3.4Q one, which is coincidentally on sale for the same $40 price. Luckily, I paid only $25 when it was on sale. I think 5.3Q might be the sweet spot.

Not sure how much healthier, but it does season fried, sweet potato fries, and tots really good. My kids love it. Also, if you buy frozen egg rolls, they are amazing in here too. Nice and crispy.
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Thanks got one! Missed this deal last time... actually missed a few other air fryer deals too Smilie But out of all this seems to be the best deal for a bigger size one. I also prefer the "non-digital" version so this is perfect!
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Might be nice to have the size listed in the OP or title. This is a 5L (5.3qt) basket.
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Thanks got one! Missed this deal last time... actually missed a few other air fryer deals too Smilie But out of all this seems to be the best deal for a bigger size one. I also prefer the "non-digital" version so this is perfect!
Why do you prefer the non digital?
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Ordered thanks. Replacing my as seen on tv power air fryer xl that died on day 61 (60 day warranty) ugh
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Why do you prefer the non digital?
analog would just be knobs you turn, temp and timer, digital would have push buttons and a display that tells you time and temp. I like the knobs you turn, less chance of failure. however ... the technology has improved a lot in the recent years there is less likely to have display operation failure than other components ...
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I have the 3.4Q one, which is coincidentally on sale for the same $40 price. Luckily, I paid only $25 when it was on sale. I think 5.3Q might be the sweet spot.

Not sure how much healthier, but it does season fried, sweet potato fries, and tots really good. My kids love it. Also, if you buy frozen egg rolls, they are amazing in here too. Nice and crispy.
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5 liter not big enouf
wish it has 10
5 liter means ..5.3 quarts, isn't it considered a family size ?? i have been looking for one , don't know whether this is a good deal or not ? please chime in , especially this close to holiday sale session.
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Thanks for posting OP...I got one via the Google shopping app with 20% off (first order).
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Do these last past 1 year warranty?
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Do these last past 1 year warranty?
I haven't had any issues with mine. I have this Insignia model plus two smaller ones. I liked it enough to buy two for my wife and I to take to work.
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Been using this once weekly and I had no problems so far and I had it for almost 6 months.
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analog would just be knobs you turn, temp and timer, digital would have push buttons and a display that tells you time and temp. I like the knobs you turn, less chance of failure. however ... the technology has improved a lot in the recent years there is less likely to have display operation failure than other components ...
I have a Fabreware digital one and hate this about it- the digital set up looks cool/more modern but every time I pick an option it pre-selects time/temp for that item (for example, if I pick fries, it'll set it to 15 minutes and 400 degrees) even when that time and/or temp is not what the manual suggests (manual suggests 10 min for fries) and there's no way to change the default time/temp.
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