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9 functions: Pressure, Steam, Slow Cook, Yogurt. Sear/Saute, Air Crip, Bake/Roast, Broil & Dehydrate; TenderCrisp Technology allows you to quickly cook ingredients, then the Crisping Lid gives your meals a crispy, golden finish; 8-Quart Nonstick, PTFE/PFOA-free, Ceramic-Coated Pot; 5-Quart Large-capacity, ceramic-coated, PTFE/PFOA-free Cook & Crisp Basket; Stainless Steel reversible rack; Limited 90-Day Warranty. -StrawMan86

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Yes the newest one has a knob and from videos I say, the knob seems way easier to adjust temps and times than a button you have to press a zillion times. Plus I think the big newest one, new, has been as low as $160-190 or so on sale before, so this isn't the best deal, but still a solid price if someone really wants one and isn't picky
I have this one. I got it on a hell of a deal for $134 from Meh.com last September and I use it all the time. While I can say a knob might well be an improvement, I don't find the buttons cumbersome at all. On temperatures the defaults are pretty good, and there aren't that many settings anyway. Occasionally I have to make significant adjustments to the time, but the buttons are better designed that most. Like most devices, if you hold the button down it starts incrementing faster, but the way it's implemented is both quick and prevents accidentally overshooting.

I love mine... although comments regarding its size should not be dismissed. It's definitely a beast, and the air fryer lid being permanently attached makes it even more awkward to deal with when you have the pressure cooker lid on.
I replaced my instant pot and airfryer as well but couldn't be happier. More space and more versatile.

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The newest version have a knob, isn't it? This one doesn't!
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The newest version have a knob, isn't it? This one doesn't!
Yes the newest one has a knob and from videos I say, the knob seems way easier to adjust temps and times than a button you have to press a zillion times. Plus I think the big newest one, new, has been as low as $160-190 or so on sale before, so this isn't the best deal, but still a solid price if someone really wants one and isn't picky
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I have a 6qt version and have been fairly disappointed in it. I had high hopes to replace my countertop airfryer and my instapot with it, but it isn't as good as either of them. Plus this thing is huge.
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Yes the newest one has a knob and from videos I say, the knob seems way easier to adjust temps and times than a button you have to press a zillion times. Plus I think the big newest one, new, has been as low as $160-190 or so on sale before, so this isn't the best deal, but still a solid price if someone really wants one and isn't picky
I have this one. I got it on a hell of a deal for $134 from Meh.com last September and I use it all the time. While I can say a knob might well be an improvement, I don't find the buttons cumbersome at all. On temperatures the defaults are pretty good, and there aren't that many settings anyway. Occasionally I have to make significant adjustments to the time, but the buttons are better designed that most. Like most devices, if you hold the button down it starts incrementing faster, but the way it's implemented is both quick and prevents accidentally overshooting.

I love mine... although comments regarding its size should not be dismissed. It's definitely a beast, and the air fryer lid being permanently attached makes it even more awkward to deal with when you have the pressure cooker lid on.
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I have a black one but that red one sure is sexy!
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I've got a Cosori that's 5.8qts and is brand new on amazon for 130 and it's been great. I wouldn't go with this Ninja refurb for more than that.
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I have a 6qt version and have been fairly disappointed in it. I had high hopes to replace my countertop airfryer and my instapot with it, but it isn't as good as either of them. Plus this thing is huge.
I replaced my instant pot and airfryer as well but couldn't be happier. More space and more versatile.
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I got the Costco one for $149. It's the "old" style without the knob. I can say this replaced my old Instant pot and separate air fryer. Best decision ever. The Ninja will cook almost anything. Highly recommend buying.
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The Ninja does not have an air frying function, nor is it advertised as such, so it isn't surprising that it doesn't work well. I can see how the advertising could lead people to believe it can do those things though.
Maybe I'm missing something but why is it called "pressure cooker and air fryer" if it doesn't have air fryer functionality?
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I have a 6qt version and have been fairly disappointed in it. I had high hopes to replace my countertop airfryer and my instapot with it, but it isn't as good as either of them. Plus this thing is huge.
pressure cooker is probably the same feature-wise (but physically bigger/not as convenient to store). I think someone says the Ninja foodi 6.5qt has higher wattage compared to instant foodi6 qt, not sure about this model though

instant pot has more 3rd party accessories (ninja is getting better, more accessories but not as many)

basically get this ninja if you have limited counter space and cannot have separate fryer/pressure cooker. once this is on your counter, you're not going to move it much (it's that bulky /heavy)

get separate devices if you have space. separate devices are cheaper too ($50 instant pot plus $50 air fryer)

there's also the meathly lid that works on instant pot (3rd party air fry lid). some reviews say it doesn't heat up well
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