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Ninja Foodi Pro 5-in-1 Indoor Grill/Fryer w/ Integrated Smart Probe EXPIRED

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Ninja Kitchen has the Ninja Foodi Pro 5-in-1 Indoor Grill/Fryer/Roast/Bake/Dehydrate w/ Integrated Smart Probe (AG400) on sale for $159.99 w/ code BFDEAL110. Shipping is free. Thanks MuthuMV

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  • Ninja Foodi Pro 5-in-1 Indoor Grill with Integrated Smart Probe
  • 10 x 10 PTFE/PFOA-free, nonstick, ceramic-coated grill grate
  • 4-qt PTFE/PFOA-free, nonstick, ceramic-coated crisper basket
  • Integrated Smart Temperature Probe
  • 6-qt PTFE/PFOA-free, nonstick, ceramic-coated cooking pot
  • Stainless steel roasting rack
  • Chef-created 20-recipe book
  • Cleaning brush
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Ninja smart integrated grill 5 in 1
Offer code - BFDEAL110


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karlse9 asked this question on 12-04-2020 at 07:15 PM

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I could be wrong, but looking closely at this one and the Costco model, I think they're exactly the same, just with the buttons moved around. It's all the same buttons, except one on this model that says "Probe" and one on the Costco version that says "Preset/Manual", which I suspect do the same thing.
Post a picture of the Costco model.
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And it's a different SIZE.
According to the specs this one and the Costco one are both 6 quarts.
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10% off first purchase when you sign up for email?
also For every friend you refer, you'll both get $20 off your next purchase of $100 or more!

are these stackable?
Nope, u cannot stack them. It gets replaced
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Does this make sourdough??
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According to the specs this one and the Costco one are both 6 quarts.
Yep, the fry baskets are 6 quarts but different shapes. But the grill surface is bigger in the XL model.
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Yep, the fry baskets are 6 quarts but different shapes. But the grill surface is bigger in the XL model.
I'm not sure where you're getting this, but the Costco model isn't XL. If you go to the sites and compare these are both 6 quarts with a 4 qt fry basket. Costco doesn't even have the XL model on their website.
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I'm not sure where you're getting this, but the Costco model isn't XL. If you go to the sites and compare these are both 6 quarts with a 4 qt fry basket. Costco doesn't even have the XL model on their website.
Yes he is right..

this is the deal on XL that has expired now, if you could get this price for XL now, you should go for it- https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/t/14587255.
If not, I would settle for this smart (non-xl) as it comes at a reasonable price & adequate return window if you score a better deal elsewhere.
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I'm not sure where you're getting this, but the Costco model isn't XL. If you go to the sites and compare these are both 6 quarts with a 4 qt fry basket. Costco doesn't even have the XL model on their website.
If that's the case, the only other model is the old model.
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I bought this several months at the deal posted here same price. I found the probe not thaaaat useful...it's better to have an external probe, you can monitor continuous. Like, a bluetooth one, or one that sounds an alarm. Sure, the probe will shut the machine off automatically, but you have to be there to open the lid immediately otherwise you overcook. Also, you need to make sure you insert probe properly, otherwise it's annoying to restart the cook.

I looked at the Costco version the other day, and it does not come with the roasting rack, while this does.

In my opinion, the "upgraded Smart" functions of the Costco version are just a gimmick. Just cook the desired temp, same thing.

Yes, this machine toasts bread, duh. I made burgers and toasted buns at same time.

I baked banana bread in this today (save energy vs turning on the oven). The inside pan can fit a standard 9 in square or round pan. Also a standard loaf pan (no handles; 9 in length max) fits, but need to be careful the loaf does not rise over top of pan, as top clearance could be issue (especially if you set the pan on top of the roasting rack).
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Thank you! Upgraded to this model!
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Great deal. Unfortunately they are adding a $25 international fee because I'm in Alaska.
Well, you are in Alaska.
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Yep, the fry baskets are 6 quarts but different shapes. But the grill surface is bigger in the XL model.
But the XL has less head room and it doesn't brown as well.

here's a video, I moved it to the right position for you.

https://youtu.be/qaUbvTasbNw?t=871
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About to give up until the morning when their customer service is up. Can't get through checkout with any card, paypal, different computers, different browsers, etc. Shit show.
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Thanks.

Grabbed this after reading reviews on the newer XL one as most people say it seems like the newer one just doesn't heat up as much.
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I toast bread using the bake option and set it to 325-350 degree (depends on how toasty you want it to be) for around 4-7 min. And I don't have to flip it.
Are you an Englishman in New York?
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