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Kohl's Cardholders: Gourmia Digital 6-Slice Toaster Oven Air Fryer + $10 Kohl's Cash EXPIRED

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Kohl's has for Cardholders: Gourmia Digital 6-Slice Toaster Oven Air Fryer (GTF7355) on sale for $48.99 when you follow the steps below. Shipping is free w/ promo code APRMVCFREE. Thanks diavolo33

Note, you will earn $10 in Kohl's Cash with this purchase (redeemable 4/12 - 4/19, more info).

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  1. Add Gourmia Digital 6-Slice Toaster Oven Air Fryer (GTF7355) (2780A) to cart
  2. Enter the following promo codes at checkout:
    • Enter HOPPY30 (30% Off Code)
    • Enter HOME10 ($10 Off $50+ Home Sale)
    • Enter APRMVCFREE (Free Shipping)
  3. Total will be $48.99 + Free Shipping
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Add Gourmia air fryer (https://kohls.com/product/prd-390...oduct.jsp?) to cart

In cart, apply the following codes:

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HOPPY30

APRMVCFREE

Total will be $48.99 w/free shipping + $10 Kohl's Cash

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I have this exact air fryer. It works great for dual purpose toaster oven and air fryer. Food comes out great. You get 4 total heating elements, 2 top and 2 bottom, and a fan so food will cook much more evenly. Controls are touch-based and there are presets but you're free to adjust the temp and timer to your liking. It also comes with a recipe book, with quite a bit of interesting gourmet-type recipes, that you can try out. I've only had it since Christmas so not sure of the longevity yet.

One thing I notice is it used to beep after it's done toasting my bread, but for some reason it no longer does that. On other settings it's still notifying me when the food is done though, just not the toast option. Also, lately the fan would make a loud noise when on, not too loud but noticeable, but after a bit would go back to normal. So hopefully it'll last.

Got it as a gift at $70, so this price is a great deal for a 2-in-1 since nicer toaster ovens are around this price or higher already.
You'll be fine (relatively speaking) if you wear your tin foil hat when the toaster is in use and otherwise keep it unplugged.
Mostly 1) the shape of the cooking area and 2) the velocity of the hot air. That said, the differences between air fryers can be significant. I used to have one of the egg shaped air fryers. I liked it a lot. Used it almost daily. It did a good job cooking. After a year, I decided to replace it...

The old fryer was opaque. The new one has a clear cook area. Like to watch my food cook.
The new fryer has a temperature probe. It will stop cooking when the food is done or start cooking so the food is done at a time you specify.
My old fryer had a single heating element, so I had to flip things over. New one has two. You can control the temperature of each.
New fryer has a grate so steaks have that grilled look.
New Fryer has 100 built in programs and lets you add your own.

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How is this brand?
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How is this brand?

I don't have any experience with Gourmia products, but their bucket-type air fryers seem to be popular on SD. I was looking for an air fryer that also was decent at toasting bread, and this seemed to fit the bill at a good price.
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How is this brand?
I have this exact air fryer. It works great for dual purpose toaster oven and air fryer. Food comes out great. You get 4 total heating elements, 2 top and 2 bottom, and a fan so food will cook much more evenly. Controls are touch-based and there are presets but you're free to adjust the temp and timer to your liking. It also comes with a recipe book, with quite a bit of interesting gourmet-type recipes, that you can try out. I've only had it since Christmas so not sure of the longevity yet.

One thing I notice is it used to beep after it's done toasting my bread, but for some reason it no longer does that. On other settings it's still notifying me when the food is done though, just not the toast option. Also, lately the fan would make a loud noise when on, not too loud but noticeable, but after a bit would go back to normal. So hopefully it'll last.

Got it as a gift at $70, so this price is a great deal for a 2-in-1 since nicer toaster ovens are around this price or higher already.
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4 stars on amazon from 242 customers and amazon selling it for 79.99, seems good deal
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Copped. Thanks for the post. Smilie
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Convection air is 25% faster and get an American wifi plug if yours have a manual timer so that it doesn't die or phone China as home for you. Etekcity is American. This is digital and manufacturers know the game where in some years, wifi toaster ovens will be standard. You'll have to have wifi6 or whatever by then.

You'll be fine (relatively speaking) if you wear your tin foil hat when the toaster is in use and otherwise keep it unplugged.
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I have a Gourmia Air Fryer that I got at Costco, and we love it.
BTW- Kohl's sucks.
How much did you get it for from Costco?
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How much did you get it for from Costco?
Mine was 60. Now debating whether to get this. As the one from Costco takes up space and I pack and unpack to use it. I can just put this where my old toaster over is. Seems more convenient than having an extra appliance. Just wondering if does just as a good job as stand alone fryer which I believe is also higher capacity

edit: Costco one is $75 last time I was there. But month just changed so might be on sale again
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not able to add HOPPY30 and APRMVCFREE, but there is a code SPRINGSAVE for 20% off purchase
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Mine was 60. Now debating whether to get this. As the one from Costco takes up space and I pack and unpack to use it. I can just put this where my old toaster over is. Seems more convenient than having an extra appliance. Just wondering if does just as a good job as stand alone fryee which I believe is also higher capacity

edit: Costco one is $75 last time I was there. But month just changed so might be on sale again
Oh ok. Thought it was the same model as this one.
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Convection air vs air fryer difference?
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