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10 qt has two trays. Really debating about getting it.
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10 qt has two trays. Really debating about getting it.
Yeah, I think you also get a rotating rotisserie and a cookbook with the 10qt, but I can't speak for the quality of either.
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Good return policy, I'm going to give it a try.
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I like the design of the 5.8qt...the 10qt....not so much. The 10qt seems like it would require a lot more effort to clean.

Imo if your cooking for more than one person I'd say a 5qt. is the minimum size. You just have so much more flexibility with the bigger units. You don't have to crowd the food so much so food cooks better when the air can circulate properly. I went from a roughly 4qt. unit to my current 5.5qt and I would never go back to a sub-5qt unit.

My concern with most, if not all, of the "off" brand air fryers(non-Phillips) is the quality of the non-stick coating used on the internals. Granted, I use mine at least once a day, but I'm on my second air-fryer and the coatings of both started failing long before the mechanical parts. My current unit is a a 5.5qt Insignia w/digital controls. It's been a great unit except for the coating has bubbled and now started flaking. It's about 14 months old. Previous unit was the very the popular Farberware 4qt. unit sold at WallyWorld and it also bubbled in about the same 1.5yr range. If you go back and read the most recent reviews of each unit coating failure is mentioned quite a bit.

I think one of the problems is the metal used in the baskets are just so thin it expands and contracts so much it weakens the bond between the coating and the metal. Plus your not using oil in the air-fryer which actually helps keep traditional non-stick pots and pans "cool" when in use.

I'm quite vigilant about taking care of my non-stick coated cooking devices, pans, etc. and I only got a little over a year from both units before the coatings started failing. I can't imagine how short of a lifespan these coatings would have for someone that didn't give a crap.
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Been wanting to upgrade from our 6-quart as it's really not big enough for a family of 5. Thanks!
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Home Depot Description

"NewPremium 5.8 Qt. Black Family-Sized Digital Air Fryer with 2-Tier Stainless Steel Rack, Baking Pan, Skewers and Recipes"

Um, excuse me, the what sized?!
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"NewPremium 5.8 Qt. Black Family-Sized Digital Air Fryer with 2-Tier Stainless Steel Rack, Baking Pan, Skewers and Recipes"

Um, excuse me, the what sized?!
So about 10 people?
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Be aware the 10 qt does not include the rolling basket that is in the review pictures. The company was nice enough to let us know know on that response.

Thank you for choosing this Modernhome Air Fryer. Unfortunately, the attached unit does not include a rolling cage. The rolling cage was a part of a promotional kit and not intended to be listed in customer reviews. Included accessories are the rotating rotisserie spit, two mesh trays, drip tray, and spit handle.
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If you're going to get an air fryer, get the basket style. If you want the larger capacity with the door like this 10 qt, just get a convection oven. The door design doesn't work nearly as well as the basket enclosed design. It doesn't make food as crispy, takes longer to cook, and the trays are a mess to use compared to the basket. This design is literally just a smaller and less versatile convection oven.
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If you're going to get an air fryer, get the basket style. If you want the larger capacity with the door like this 10 qt, just get a convection oven. The door design doesn't work nearly as well as the basket enclosed design. It doesn't make food as crispy, takes longer to cook, and the trays are a mess to use compared to the basket. This design is literally just a smaller and less versatile convection oven.
Thanks you talked me out of hitting the checkout button.
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Thanks you talked me out of hitting the checkout button.
Glad I could help someone save a hassle in this current situation. I had bought a similar item from HD also a while ago and ended up returning it. If I didn't have experience with other air fryers, I might have kept it but it just made barely crispy fries. (Clarification: The air fryer I purchased from HD required returns to be in person in store, no return shipping for return was allowed.)

Best bang for the bucks is going to be the gourmia from costco with the ~$30 MIR and I feel like the best one currently out there is the ninja xl af161. I use mine several times a week and always just toss it into the dishwasher after each use.
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I like the design of the 5.8qt...the 10qt....not so much. The 10qt seems like it would require a lot more effort to clean.

Imo if your cooking for more than one person I'd say a 5qt. is the minimum size. You just have so much more flexibility with the bigger units. You don't have to crowd the food so much so food cooks better when the air can circulate properly. I went from a roughly 4qt. unit to my current 5.5qt and I would never go back to a sub-5qt unit.

My concern with most, if not all, of the "off" brand air fryers(non-Phillips) is the quality of the non-stick coating used on the internals. Granted, I use mine at least once a day, but I'm on my second air-fryer and the coatings of both started failing long before the mechanical parts. My current unit is a a 5.5qt Insignia w/digital controls. It's been a great unit except for the coating has bubbled and now started flaking. It's about 14 months old. Previous unit was the very the popular Farberware 4qt. unit sold at WallyWorld and it also bubbled in about the same 1.5yr range. If you go back and read the most recent reviews of each unit coating failure is mentioned quite a bit.

I think one of the problems is the metal used in the baskets are just so thin it expands and contracts so much it weakens the bond between the coating and the metal. Plus your not using oil in the air-fryer which actually helps keep traditional non-stick pots and pans "cool" when in use.

I'm quite vigilant about taking care of my non-stick coated cooking devices, pans, etc. and I only got a little over a year from both units before the coatings started failing. I can't imagine how short of a lifespan these coatings would have for someone that didn't give a crap.
I know this sounds like odd advice but you need to stop cleaning the rack/basket with the nonstick coating so often especially if you are using soap and scrubbing with a scourge pad/abrasive sponge. You have to treat it like you would the seasoning on a cast iron skillet if you want the coating to last.

I use mine practically every day and I've had it for 2 years using parchment paper on the bottom to catch drippings for easy cleaning and foil/parchment paper on the rack if air circulation is not crucial to what I'm cooking. That being said, I'd say a majority of what I cook goes on the rack and I only clean the rack every 5 to 6 uses when it has completely cooled off and using kitchen rags I got specifically for my cast irons and air fryer.
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I know this sounds like odd advice but you need to stop cleaning the rack/basket with the nonstick coating so often especially if you are using soap and scrubbing with a scourge pad/abrasive sponge. You have to treat it like you would the seasoning on a cast iron skillet if you want the coating to last.

I use mine practically every day and I've had it for 2 years using parchment paper on the bottom to catch drippings for easy cleaning and foil/parchment paper on the rack if air circulation is not crucial to what I'm cooking. That being said, I'd say a majority of what I cook goes on the rack and I only clean the rack every 5 to 6 uses when it has completely cooled off and using kitchen rags I got specifically for my cast irons and air fryer.
Please clean your cookware. It's safer and your food will taste better. Besides, it's the parchment paper that is preserving your coating. I press aluminum foil inside my NuWave Primo and it is like new despite daily use. The foil liner catches all the drippings. These things get really hot and food drippings damage coatings at high temperature.
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Glad I could help someone save a hassle in this current situation. I had bought a similar item from HD also a while ago and ended up returning it. If I didn't have experience with other air fryers, I might have kept it but it just made barely crispy fries. (Clarification: The air fryer I purchased from HD required returns to be in person in store, no return shipping for return was allowed.)

Best bang for the bucks is going to be the gourmia from costco with the ~$30 MIR and I feel like the best one currently out there is the ninja xl af161. I use mine several times a week and always just toss it into the dishwasher after each use.
We have a gourmia from Costco also and it has been awesome. Four people here and it's plenty big enough
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