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8-Quart Bella Pro Series Digital Air Fryer w/ Dual Baskets EXPIRED

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Best Buy via eBay has 8-Quart Bella Pro Series Digital Air Fryer w/ Dual Baskets (90135, Black) on sale for $49.99. Shipping is free.

Best Buy has 8-Quart Bella Pro Series Digital Air Fryer w/ Dual Baskets (90135, Black) on sale for $49.99. Shipping is free.

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Product Details:
  • Sync cook settings across the two independent 4-quart baskets to create an extra-large 8-quart capacity.
  • 1800W of cooking power
  • 6 smart built-in cooking programs
  • Dual cooking and sync finish time allows different foods to still finish at the same time on each side.

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    • This price is $100 lower (67% savings) than the list price.
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    • This air fryer has received an average rating of 4.6 stars out of 5 based on over 300 Best Buy customer reviews.
    • Comes with a 2-year warranty.
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Not worth it for an 8 qt.

If they have the Insignia Toaster Over/Air Fryer come back in stock, then definitely worth grabbing. Picked one up last month and more room for things like cooking pizzas. These bucket air fryers work, but you just can't get much in them.

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One day sale on 8/8/2022 on 8qt air fryer, seems to be a good deal.

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/bell...Id=6461453
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Just ordered one, thanks
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I paid 60$ for this a few months back. Very satisfied! Worth
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Thanks OP! I was between Costco's Gourmier one or this Bella but chose the dual basket option
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the insignia brand one is also $100 off. Figured at $50 why not try this one
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LOL I assume they hired some teen for a quick summer temp job to go into MS Paint and copy-paste images of food onto the air fryers.

Most of these things work great and many of them are actually made at the same factory and simply re-branded or have a different face to them, but otherwise are the same. Just don't cook whole chickens in them -- you'll burn the crap outta the skin on top.
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In for one, thanks OP!
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Not worth it for an 8 qt.

If they have the Insignia Toaster Over/Air Fryer come back in stock, then definitely worth grabbing. Picked one up last month and more room for things like cooking pizzas. These bucket air fryers work, but you just can't get much in them.
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Got one of these with the recall credit from the defective ones. Really like it. Two bins are great for 95% of uses. The digital controls take attention to change time & temp. But, much better control than the manual switches of our prior one. The $50 credit got one of these around a month ago.
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Quote from JMBauer74 :
Not worth it for an 8 qt.

If they have the Insignia Toaster Over/Air Fryer come back in stock, then definitely worth grabbing. Picked one up last month and more room for things like cooking pizzas. These bucket air fryers work, but you just can't get much in them.
Is that the unit that has the rotisserie attachments? If so, I have the Instant Vortex version and, besides the LCD dying on mine (which apparently is a design flaw with the Instant Vortex units only), it's a great oven. I think I've read that the Insignia version isn't plagued with the design flaw and should be much more reliable. I'll probably end up picking one of those up next time there's a sale. Half the digits are readable on the Instant Vortex Plus unit I have. And Instant brands support is despicable - it's an obvious defect yet they offered me 20% off to buy a new one. I won't be buying Instant-branded anything anymore.
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Thanks
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Quote from JMBauer74 :
Not worth it for an 8 qt.

If they have the Insignia Toaster Over/Air Fryer come back in stock, then definitely worth grabbing. Picked one up last month and more room for things like cooking pizzas. These bucket air fryers work, but you just can't get much in them.
I have a combo bella pro toaster oven/air fryer. It's a hassle to clean and the multi trays is convenient but you have to rotate levels mid way if you want everything cooked properly. I prefer the basket air fryer for easier cleaning
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Thanks, in for one. I'd been eyeing a more expensive one, but might as well pick this up in the meantime and put it on a CC with an extended warranty just in case.
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