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From PowerXL, makers of the #1 best-selling indoor grill,* the 12-in-1 PowerXL Grill Air Fry Combo is your ultimate mealtime assistant. Commercial-grade grill plate with air crisp technology gives you effortless versatility and optimal cooking performance while saving you time and precious counter space. Grill your favorite proteins and veggies to tender, perfect doneness with savory char grill marks, air fry fried foods to a golden crisp, and so much more. The 11-in-1 indoor grill and air fryer combo is also a programmable electric cooker with an easy-to-clean non-stick inner pot designed for the most efficient slow cooking, steaming, simmering, and sous vide. It’s even a perfect rice maker. Removable, dishwasher-safe parts for fast, effortless clean-up.
500°F electric grilling indoors
Perfectly cook food on the inside and char-grill every side with superhot 500°F
6-Quart air fryer
Air fry crisp with up to 75% less fat than deep frying (tested against hand-cut, deep-fried French fries), using the included 6-qt crisper basket.
LED Easy Scroll Panel digital display makes it easy to choose your cooking function, temperature, and cook time. 12 Cooking Pre-Sets
Non-Stick Cooking Pot for Stews, Chilis, Soups, Pot Roasts & More, Stainless Steel, Removable Hands-Free Hinged Air Frying Lid, Removable Grill Plate and dishwasher safe Parts
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