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Target has 1700 Watts Gourmia Digital Stainless Steel Toaster Oven Air Fryer on sale for $64.99. Select free store pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free.
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  • 14 One-Touch Cooking Functions
  • Fits a 12'' pizza pie or 6 slices of bread
  • Fry Force 360° Technology cooks food quickly and evenly with little to no oil
  • Dehydrate function to prepare healthy dried snacks

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Got this for 80 earlier in the year. It works well and isn't loud like other convection ovens. I've used it almost all the settings and it works great. My only gripe is that it doesn't save your toast settings.
I purchased this one. I haven't picked it up yet, but I like it because it can fit a 12" pizza. I also like that it can heat up to 450F, whereas others I've looked at only go to 400F. I'm looking forward to trying it out.

Edit: I picked mine up today and I cooked a few things. Probably ate too much. I'm a first time air fryer user though and I had to test it out.

When I picked it up at Target I also bought some frozen breaded food including this Boom Boom shirmp https://www.target.com/p/royal-as...A-79322185 and some french fries. I don't usually eat that kind of sh*t, but I wanted to see what an air fryer could do as far as texture. I cooked them both and it was really fast. I really liked the texture. It's definitely not the same as deep fried food. It's crisp but it doesn't make you feel like you ate a bowl of greasy sludge afterwards. This oven cooked the food much better than my big oven with convection bake could.

I also made some bacon using the instructions in the pamphlet that came with the device. It called for 400F using the air fry feature. It only took 3 minutes to preheat and after the 10 minutes cook time the bacon came out perfect. It might have been the most evenly cooked bacon I ever made.

Them I made a pizza. I made some dough last night in preparation for this. At 450F, I think it took about 7 minutes to make a 9" thin crust pie. I used the convection fan and that helped the crust to finish nice. But to get the bottom cooked good I think I'll want to use a pizza stone.

Tomorrow, I'm going to try the dehydrated green beans snack that's in the pamphlet. And I'll toast some bread for egg sandwiches that I'll make with some of the bacon I made tonight.

It's a pretty good product. The interior is big enough to cook just about anything I need to cook.
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Someone: Back in my day Air fryers were called toaster ovens.

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I purchased this one. I haven't picked it up yet, but I like it because it can fit a 12" pizza. I also like that it can heat up to 450F, whereas others I've looked at only go to 400F. I'm looking forward to trying it out.

Edit: I picked mine up today and I cooked a few things. Probably ate too much. I'm a first time air fryer user though and I had to test it out.

When I picked it up at Target I also bought some frozen breaded food including this Boom Boom shirmp https://www.target.com/p/royal-as...A-79322185 and some french fries. I don't usually eat that kind of sh*t, but I wanted to see what an air fryer could do as far as texture. I cooked them both and it was really fast. I really liked the texture. It's definitely not the same as deep fried food. It's crisp but it doesn't make you feel like you ate a bowl of greasy sludge afterwards. This oven cooked the food much better than my big oven with convection bake could.

I also made some bacon using the instructions in the pamphlet that came with the device. It called for 400F using the air fry feature. It only took 3 minutes to preheat and after the 10 minutes cook time the bacon came out perfect. It might have been the most evenly cooked bacon I ever made.

Them I made a pizza. I made some dough last night in preparation for this. At 450F, I think it took about 7 minutes to make a 9" thin crust pie. I used the convection fan and that helped the crust to finish nice. But to get the bottom cooked good I think I'll want to use a pizza stone.

Tomorrow, I'm going to try the dehydrated green beans snack that's in the pamphlet. And I'll toast some bread for egg sandwiches that I'll make with some of the bacon I made tonight.

It's a pretty good product. The interior is big enough to cook just about anything I need to cook.
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i've had this for a few months and it is great.
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why do these retailers always hide the model number?
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hard to gauge how big it is. Most air fryers are marketed by quart size to at least give you an idea. Not sure how this stacks up against some other comparable ones.
edit: internal dimensions 11.5"W x 11.5D x 6.5H
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Got this for 80 earlier in the year. It works well and isn't loud like other convection ovens. I've used it almost all the settings and it works great. My only gripe is that it doesn't save your toast settings.
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i guess every convection ovens will now add "air fryer" to their name plate.
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hard to gauge how big it is. Most air fryers are marketed by quart size to at least give you an idea. Not sure how this stacks up against some other comparable ones.
edit: internal dimensions 11.5"W x 11.5D x 6.5H
It's on the target site
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This one or that one with French Door?

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Gourmi.../458971752
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This one or that one with French Door?

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Gourmi.../458971752 [walmart.com]
Ooh, I was looking at this one too
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Got this for 80 earlier in the year. It works well and isn't loud like other convection ovens. I've used it almost all the settings and it works great. My only gripe is that it doesn't save your toast settings.
What's the size of the tray?
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I own this and it works very well. Some people complain that the fan still runs even when the unit is turned off, but that is only for a minute or two. Roasted a 3lb turkey breast in it for this Thanksgiving and it turned out perfectly.
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Someone: Back in my day Air fryers were called toaster ovens.
Toaster ovens never had a fan.
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