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Ninja Foodi 6.5-qt 8-in-1 Pressure Cooker $159.96 +Free shipping

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QVC Currently has the 6.5 Qt 8 in 1 Pressure cooker on sale for $159.96 with free standard shipping. Normally $219. Black Friday Pricing.

https://www.qvc.com/Ninja-Foodi-6...ml?sc=SRCH

  1. Includes Foodi cooker base, 4-qt cook & crisp basket, reversible layered rack, pressure cooker lid, crisping lid, and TenderCrisp cookbook with 45 recipes
  2. 6.5-qt capacity
  3. 1,460W
  4. TenderCrisp Technology
  5. Eight cooking programs: pressure cook, steam, slow cook, sear/saute, air crisp, bake/roast, broil, dehydrate
  6. Cook & crisp basket holds up to a 5-lb chicken or 3-lbs of French fries
  7. Average of 70% less fat than traditional frying methods, when frying hand-cut French fries
  8. Cooks Up to 70% faster than traditional cooking methods: versus slow-cooked, braised, or low-simmer recipes


They also have the Ninja Foodi 6.5-qt 7-in-1 Pressure Cooker w/ TenderCrisp Technology $149

https://www.qvc.com/Ninja-Foodi-6...Location=1

  1. Includes 6.5-qt pressure cooker, basket, reversible rack, crisping lid, and 45-recipe book
  2. Seven preset programs: pressure cook, steam, slow cook, sear/saut, air crisp, roast, and broil
  3. TenderCrisp technology
  4. Approximate measurements: Pressure cooker 12.5"H x 16"W x 14"D, weighs approximately 21 lbs, 12 oz; Cord 33"L
  5. UL listed; 1-year Limited Manufacturer's Warranty
  6. Imported
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Got the 8qt about 6 weeks ago and couldn't be happier. Replaced my 8qt instapot and I forget what brand air fryer. About 30% slower than the dedicated air fryer, but comes out crispier so decent trade off.

Surprised this isn't getting more love.
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Got the 8qt about 6 weeks ago and couldn't be happier. Replaced my 8qt instapot and I forget what brand air fryer. About 30% slower than the dedicated air fryer, but comes out crispier so decent trade off.

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Yeah was thinking at this price point it might have picked up some folks looking. Grabbing myself and found it by accident so surprised no ones looked it over and grabbed
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Got the 8qt about 6 weeks ago and couldn't be happier. Replaced my 8qt instapot and I forget what brand air fryer. About 30% slower than the dedicated air fryer, but comes out crispier so decent trade off.

Surprised this isn't getting more love.
Can't decide between this or the Ninja Foodi 6 in 1 oven...thoughts?

https://www.walmart.com/ip/The-Ni...gLh__D_BwE
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Can't decide between this or the Ninja Foodi 6 in 1 oven...thoughts?

https://www.walmart.com/ip/The-Ni...gLh__D_BwE
Depends on your usage. If your never going to use the crockpot or pressure cooker functions than might as well go with the one you posted.

In my experience dedicated air fryers are faster, and the one you posted is designed for things like pizzas, which will never fit in a foodi

But we use the issue cooker weekly for soups, stews, sauces, etc so foodi is ideal for us
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Depends on your usage. If your never going to use the crockpot or pressure cooker functions than might as well go with the one you posted.

In my experience dedicated air fryers are faster, and the one you posted is designed for things like pizzas, which will never fit in a foodi

But we use the issue cooker weekly for soups, stews, sauces, etc so foodi is ideal for us
Thanks. Im going with ninja . I'm confused with Ninja models. The OP305 model is this one posted on slickdeals?Are models determined by preset function 8 in 1 , 7 in 1, etc.? I can't tell if this one on Costco is the same one posted here on slick deals. I can get the Op305 model at Costco for 149 too.

https://www.costco.com/ninja-food...87179.html
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Looks like the $149 model I posted is the OP300 and the $159 model is the OP305. Hope that helps.
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