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Rating 4.7 out of 5 stars with 382 reviews

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  • Pros mentioned:
    Cooking, Design, Toast
    Cons mentioned:
    Pan

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Don't pass this one up!

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    THE BREAKDOWN: If you haven’t had a chance to use and air fryer or even a countertop oven don’t miss out on this one. I own a basket style air fryer and an oven all in one air fryer similar to this one and this one hits all the marks. This thing was easy to unpack and get started. It had 9 pre-set cooking functions to choose from. It has a dehydrate, proof, bagel, toast, air fry, bake, broil, reheat and keep warm. It is large enough to use a 9 X 13 pan which is also included along with an no flip air fry basket. One great thing to mention that comes with this product is the drip pan. This thing is a life saver, easy to put in and easy to take out and clean. I have a family of 4 and I was able to create meals to feed the whole family quickly and easy. I especially love making crispy fries in 22 minutes! For those quick nights you can throw in chicken nuggets and fries at the same time and air fry them in under 30 min. For weekend big breakfast prep I can toast 9 pieces of toast at time. One of the major advantages of using this countertop oven is that you don’t have to heat up your kitchen by using your electric or gas oven. The top and sides to do get very warm when using for extended periods of time. The last awesome thing I want to mention about this product is that it is very quiet, you can barely hear this running. I had another air fryer that is very loud, so this countertop oven is a blessing on the ears! One thing that I particularly don’t like about this oven is that it is big and bulky to set on my countertop. It is very pleasing to eye, but it is large and it doesn’t flip up like the other countertop oven that I own. Overall, I found this countertop oven to be very nice, works well and is pleasing to eye. PRO’s: -Beautiful stainless/black look -9 Pre-Set Cooking functions -Very quiet while running -Can accommodate 9 X 13 pan -Doesn’t heat up your whole kitchen CON’s: - Large and bulky - Wish this product could flip up to save space SUMMARY: Overall, I feel that this product worked very well, and I would recommend this to a friend if they are in the market for device like this. You won’t be disappointed if you pick this one up.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Cooking, Design, Ease of use
    Cons mentioned:
    Pan, Tray

    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Easy to use and many features, check it out!

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    The KitchenAid Digital countertop over with Air Fry is a multipurpose appliance that packs a lot into the compact design. The styling of this oven has some nice touches, such as the shiny chrome handle and the glossy black face with matte black outer finish. Included in the box are everything that you need to get started. An air fry basket, 9x13” baking pan, grill rack (designed for the pan), metal drip and crumb tray, and another metal rack. There are 9 different cooking modes that this device has as well, they are: Dehydrate, Proof, Bagel, Toast, Air Fry, Bake, Broil, Reheat, and Keep Warm. Obviously, some of those modes are just a slight variation of another, but it is nice to have a dedicated mode for some of these. I am not sure how much I will use them all, such as Proof or Dehydrate, but perhaps you will. This is extremely easy to use, you have the mode button and then you have the temp/time button. At first I was confused as to how to set the cooking time (who reads the instructions these days), but I quickly figured out that the dial on the right is multifunctional and press will toggle between temp and time. I only had the chance to cook my beloved Chicken wings that we usually use our 5.2qt standard air fryer and to cook 24 wings it takes two batches. I was able to fit 21 large Costco size chicken wings (fully thawed) in the no-flip basket. Just set the dial to air fry mode, temp 450 and 28 minutes. I probably should have cooked them a little longer since this batch did not come out very crispy. But using an air fryer does take some trial and error I have found. You can usually dial that in after a few attempts. Not a big deal at all to me. I was happy to replace our old toaster oven with this nice-looking appliance and I hope for many happy years with this. Clean up was also easy as I let my dishwasher to the heavy lifting. I did rinse off the drip pan first though. You should check out the KitchenAid Digital Countertop oven for yourself and you will not be disappointed.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Cooking, Ease of use
    Cons mentioned:
    Pan

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Select one of nine (9) presets; fits a 9"x 13" pan

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    Select one of nine (9) presets; bake, broil, make a pizza, toast, warm and rewarm, roast, make cookies and even defrost (frozen). Large enough to bake a 9" x 13" sheet cake pan. I think I will by a pizza stone to fit and prepare a few of my favorites. Its great not having to heat the whole kitchen using the gas oven when this big enough for most meals convection oven does the trick. Comes with a drip pan and cooling rack. The oven's top, like many do, has a ribbed top used for placing your cooking pan or basket onto. The included wire basket worked great for cooking and browning my breaded fish fillets. Warm up time was amazingly quick. Gentle beep tells you the oven is at temperature. The same beep lets you know the timer is done and the unit turns off. With the different available settings, you can make a cake, bake coolies with an oven you know will hold a constant and ACCURATE TEMPERATURE. No guessing required, just set and forget. The fan on the convection setting is so quiet!. Luckily the display reminds you its running. The quick user guide spells out he functions pretty well. But, read the manual as there a re a few great tips worth knowing. Speaking of use, its easy to clean too. The crumb pan is simple to remove, wash and reinstall. The temperature and timer dial is a delight to use. Large easy to read digits om=n the display.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Cooking, Ease of use, Features

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Easy to use and Air Fryer Feature is GREAT!

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    This is my first countertop oven, and the bonus of having an Air Fryer basket was intriguing; having used one very frequently over the last year. The open box experience was a bit frustrating, with many things taped to each other, but once you get past the odd pull of the many pieces of cardboard, the manuals, the included accessories, and the tape you’re ready to go! Once unpacked, you’ll find a drip pan, which slides into the bottom and is easily removed for cleaning! After a light cleaning of the included air fry basket, and the included bake pan/rack, I was ready to make my first meal! Being that this is a convection style heating oven, be prepared for a short “pre-heat” cycle similar to other similar appliances. The buttons and dials on the front of the oven are pretty straightforward, and if you’re not sure what temps or times to set, the included reference material will be extremely helpful. One of the staples in my house, especially when I have my younger nieces and nephews over, is chicken nuggets! For my first entree, I used the air fryer basket that comes included with the oven. It slides into the top most rack, just make sure to follow the instructions and use some oil to prevent sticking. In my case, I took the basket over my sink and sprayed some oil from a can. Following the included reference packet, I set the appropriate turn dial to “Air Fry”, set the temp and time using the dial, then hit “Start.” The pre-heat cycle took a few minutes, so keep that in mind if you’re ever trying to make a super quick meal. In this case, at the higher temp, it took about 3-4 minutes to pre-heat, but your time may vary. Compared to a more traditional air fryer, you can actually see inside to get a sense of how well the meal is being cooked. This resulted in fewer door openings, and less movement needed for the chicken to cook properly. In 10 minutes, it was done, and it was PERFECT! No burnt pieces, no dry ones either, just perfect! Clean up was a breeze! Simply pulled out the drip pan, and easily wiped away any residual oil that did drip down. The basket was also easy to clean, compared to my traditional air fryer, and was ready for another bake in just a few minutes. For my next great cook off, I opted to make some bagels! After reading the manual, I set my shade to 3, as I like mine a little softer, and within a short few minutes, it was ready. There wasn’t any pre-heating on this one, you could just see the inside heating elements on. The bagel was made fairly well, and so I opted to make another half at the 4 shade setting, and it came out even better. Toast was just as easy to make, and does a much better job that my traditional toaster. So far, I’ve used the oven to make some blackened chicken tenders, fish fillets, and some french fries. All while either following the included reference materials for temps/time, or the instructions on the packaging with all of them coming out perfect. Overall, I’m really happy with the oven and my family is already using it more frequently than my other cooking appliances. If you’re in the market for a convection oven, with the added feature of air frying, this is the one for you! I’ve already eliminated my previous air fryer, put away my toaster, and I’m well on my way to becoming a bagel lover again.

    I would recommend this to a friend
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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Quality

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    Owned for 4 months when reviewed.

    Another great kitchenaid product. Love that its a dehydrator, oven and air fryer all in one. Its nice to bake something without having to use the big oven and having it cause more heat in our house on hot So Cal days.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Amazing oven/air fryer :)

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    Owned for 8 months when reviewed.

    This oven/air fryer is fantastic! Makes reheating fried things as well as baking small items a breeze! Although I believe it takes longer than a traditional oven, I will always use it because of its convenience!

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    I would recommend this to a friend
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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Combo

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    Posted .
    Owned for less than 1 week when reviewed.

    Love this thing ! Use it more than my oven now, has wonderful heat up time and ample space for most things. Got it on sale and paid barely $100 for this unit. I have been wanting an air fryer but don’t like “single use” appliances so waited and looked for a while and am very happy I found this one.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    KITCHENAID

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

    It's great. Best frozen fries I've ever made. Good at everything else too.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Design, Ease of use
    Cons mentioned:
    Pan

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great size, speed, look

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    I really like almost everything about this oven: Size, speed of preheat, look, etc. the box looked really huge, but once I put the oven on the counter under a cabinet, it was not much bigger than the previous toaster oven, but instead is more square. The outside is very smooth and not many crevices to gather dirt, grime or crumbs. Let's talk performance. There is on selector buttonl which you spin to the function (toast, broil, dehydrate, etc.) . the second button changes the options. On toast, for example, you can change the number of slices, then click to toggle and switch the 'doneness' of the toast. then you push the start button and you're done! On bake, you change the temp and the time the same way. As mentioned, this really heats up quickly without heating up the kitchen--- waaaaaay faster than a big oven. When the function is done, there is a dinger, but the volume is very low (thankfully! It's not insistent like some dingers...). The bottom drip tray is easy to pick up and wash in the sink. The chrome shelf and air fry basket slide in and out easily. the shelf is not 'fixed' like in most toaster ovens. So, you have to move it to the middle to toast bread or bagels, but insert it in the lower slot for baking in a dish! I tested the shelf strength with a heavy glass 2 quart casserole, loaded with au gratin potatoes. As you can see in my photo, you can pull the shelf out a long ways.... not tipsy at all! The light inside the oven comes on while in use and goes off when you;'re done. I like it! So simple to use. And the biggest benefit? Yes! It holds a standard 13 x 9 pan of brownies!!!! I have wondered forever why toaster ovens 'almost' hold a brownie pan! This one does! note- a small thing, but I saw that the box said "Kitchen Aid- An American Brand!" in three languages, but the oven was made in China.

    I would recommend this to a friend
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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Yes it for everything

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    We love it! You can cook everything in it. So many choices...even proofing! Not a small appliance...bigger than a bread box! Gotta love the air fryer!

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Cooking, Design, Features

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Best thing to have on your counter top

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    For me foremost, this thing has modern kitchen appliance looks that will make you want to put it out to call attention in your kitchen. The size is good enough to feed a family, 2-4 people. Between the air fryer feature, toasting, baking and even dehydrating, I have an appliance that i can tackle multiple things and it does it really really well. I've had fun with cooking and look forward to air frying even more and taking a healthier approach to the usual finger foods.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Cooking, Design, Toast

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Kitchen Countertop Essential

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    Bottom Line Up front: =================== With the never ending onslaught of kitchen “gadgets” and “technologies” hitting the market on a regular basis – its nice to see something that incorporates both traditional and new-fangled cooking technology in one sleek, well-constructed package. I’ve been using the KitchenAid Digital Countertop Oven for a week now, and it has executed flawlessly in every meal/snake I have thrown at it. Construction is top notch - this thing is built to last. It’s missing a couple “nice to have’s” – but does everything else so well – that those things just don’t meaningfully detract in any way. Detailed Observations after a regular usage: =================================================== Right out of the box – this Oven had a nice weight to it. Coming from a traditional branded “convection bake” toaster oven – it was obvious that the KitchenAid Oven was of significantly greatly construction quality. I noted very little - to no flex - along the top, sides, and backside of the oven. I’m always a fan of matte black appliances, and fortunately the chrome accents aren’t overly done on the exterior either. The matte black exterior surfaces have been really easy to wipe clean, and the metal grab handle was a nice touch for style and longevity. I used the “Air Fry” setting to make corn dogs, fries, chicken wings, and mozzarella sticks. Compared to my traditional pod shaped “air fryer” – the KitchenAid Oven was able to hold A LOT more, and I was able to better monitor the food to help keep it in optimal cooking conditions (especially the mozzarella sticks from exploding). All the foods came out just as crispy, hot, and tasty as if I had made them in my “standard” air fryer. This is a big deal to me – because my “standard” air fryer can not cook as much in a batch (saving me time and labor) – and fit an actual sheet pan and also toast bread! This pretty much combined 3 appliances from my current cook space (toaster, convection oven, and air fryer). I am also ecstatic – because it also does those functions extremely well, not just “okay” or “good enough”. The interior volume is a decent size, and can theoretically could fit 2 fairly “normal” sized chickens – although they would be sitting awfully close to the top burner elements. I think if you have a family of 4 or larger (I have 5 people in my family) – you should give some thought on a larger capacity unit. I added a photo to show the “2 different” rack position settings, but in all honesty – they are pretty close to each other to see major differences on all but the most “sensitive” of food items. The included pans/air fry basket are good quality and serve their purposes well. The “crumb tray” is easy enough to clean/remove/wrap in foil for extra protection. I noticed that the unit has a light in upper back left corner of the unit – however – there is seemingly no way to engage it without turning the unit “on” / placing into one of the cook “modes”. That’s unfortunate, as I like to be able to see inside the oven when I open the door, and I am not a fan of having to start the cooking cycle just to see inside/the back of the oven. Also, oddly there is no clock function on the display. Maybe I am showing my age here – but some type of “optional” clock display would have been nice – you could always turn it off. As it stands the display is only for cook temps/info and nothing else. The cook mode and time adjustment knobs feel great – but the “time adjustment” knob kind of feels awkward/impractical when cooking small batches or snacks. Once the Oven is preheated, it auto counts down, for example – down from 30 mins – when in “Bake” mode. If I wanted to bake some pretzels or a frozen burrito. I would have to manually turn the knob in roughly 30 second increments from 30 mins … all the way down to 3 mins or 5 mins, etc. I think it may have made sense to go the other way – start at 0 mins, but I suppose they did what they did for safety and fire hazard reasons. What I liked: =========== - The KitchenAid Digital Countertop Oven looks all business – and is all business. - It cooks/executed its many functions to my expectations - The oven’s build quality it top notch and will last What I didn’t like so much: ====================== - No “lighting” when the door opens. Must turn it “on” or into a cook mode to see inside the oven - Smaller “volume” on the inside than the exterior may lead you to believe - Have to use a “knob” to adjust cook time. It may look nice – but a key pad or more precise means would have served me better Closing thoughts: ================= It cooks well, cleans up easy, and is built to last. What more is there to say? I could also bring up the fact that it helped me to eliminate 3 separate older appliances from my counter space. The KitchenAid Digital Countertop Oven has become an essential part of my kitchen in the time I have been using it. Although, its lacking clock display/functionality, doesn’t illuminate when opened, and a knob for time adjustments – it’s still a 5-star product in my book.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Ease of use
    Cons mentioned:
    Broiling, Pan

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great small oven!

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    Amazing oven with tons of options to cook many things! To start, it came in a big box! The oven will fit large food items with no problem. It comes with several pans to bake, air fry and broil. One is a regular grill you can use to bake, reheat items like bread. Another pan sits at the bottom and lets you broil items like a rotisserie chicken in example. The last one is a pan designed to air fry items like french fries (I'm loving these so I don't have to buy a separate air fryer to cook items the healthy way!). There is plenty of space inside to cook large items, I first tried to heat up a couple of thick pieces of french bread and they came out crispy and hot! Its very easy to use, the large middle dial lets you select what type of cooking you want (convection bake, reheat, air fry, etc), the second dial lets you select several items, like shade and amount of bread slices (pressing it lets you select alternate functions) and it has a digital display for times and other items. This is by far the easiest, largest and more versatile mini (not that mini) oven I have owned, I highly recommend it!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Cooking, Toast

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    All In One Done Right!

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    --- SETUP --- The setup for the Kitchen oven is easy, just plug and play. I did have to cut a side of the box to take it out because it was tightly packed. It is also cumbersome to carry, as it’s wider than I expected. Even if you can handle carrying heavy things, you might need two people because of its width. --- FEATURES --- The key feature of this KitchenAid Oven is that it also doubles as a No-Flip Air Fry Basket and 360° Air Fry System. It has a digital display with a knob to turn temperature/time, so it feels analogue. It has several settings including Dehydrate, Proof, Bagel, Toast, Air Fry, Bake, Broil, Reheat, and Keep Warm. It also comes with various pans and trays to fit all the aforementioned needs. --- PERFORMANCE --- One of the caveats of traditional air fryers is that you have to put a food item in and half-way through the timer, you have to open the fryer and flip the food in order for it to cook evenly. This KitchenAid Oven/AirFryer combination eliminates the need to flip items and cuts cooking time by almost half what’s recommended in food packaging. I tested it out with both, a salmon steak and a sirloin steak at the same time. After preheating the oven (does that by default), it took about 17 minutes for an evenly cooked salmon and a medium rare steak, which is how I eat them. Both were well cooked thoroughly and made for a delicious dinner. The following day, I tried reheating a frozen breaded chicken breast and it tasted like I had just purchased it from a fast foot restaurant. I also cooked some raw chicken on top while baking some macaroni in the bottom and I had a ball of a meal. --- EXPECTATIONS --- The KitchenAid oven meets my expectations and I look forward to using it often. It replaced my AirFryer but it does use way more space than I expected in my small kitchen, so I need to figure out how to move items I have to make it fit. It won’t get too hot on the outside, but it is dangerous around children as there is no way to lock the lid. When you open the oven, it won’t auto-shut off, so that’s something to consider if you have little ones. --- VALUE --- The price for the Oven/AirFry combo, is an easy investment for families wanting to cook larger meals in a faster time without putting too much focus on constant monitoring. --- APPROVAL --- I highly recommend this product for large and small families looking to expand their AirFryer needs with an all in one solution.

    I would recommend this to a friend
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    Ease of Use
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    Pros mentioned:
    Cooking, Ease of use
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    Pan

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Toaster Oven

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    So convenient and easy to use. Heats up very fast. My oven was acting up, I cooked 6 pans of macaroni and cheese one at a time, but it cooked very fast. Love it.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
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    Design, Features

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent countertop oven and air fryer

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    With all the functions this oven has it could replace a full-size oven for a lot of people. I’d say only 5 to maybe 10% of the time do I need the size a full size oven offers, so for me these small appliances are great. Though I will probably never use it, it has a proof function for making bread. Besides making a pizza or toast, the main function I will primarily use is the air fry function. Once I discovered Air Frying, it’s been hard to live without. Having the ability to make unhealthy foods a little less unhealthy, is a great achievement for mankind! The oven is well made, like you would expect from a brand like KitchenAid. I love the fact that the chimes and sounds are not annoyingly loud. The chime it makes when your food is done, could be a door open warning chime in a luxury car brand! But, my favorite feature is the fact it has a light on the inside like a big oven. This is such a small convenience that you don’t think about till you have it. With tiny house living becoming all the rage, this would be an excellent multi purpose oven for someone with limited space.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Ease of use

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Air Fryer is a game changer

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    Most of us find our countertop ovens to be invaluable whether it is toasting bread or buns, reheating pizza, making roasted potatoes or whatever, but the recent addition of an air fryer has made these units much more useful while saving you from buying one more small appliance. As mentioned, the main addition to this unit is the air fryer function. It adds a bit to the depth of this unit compared to my previous countertop oven, around 3” in the rear for the air fryer fan and vent housing. The Kitchenaid unit was easy to use and very intuitive, you have your pre-set wheel and then you have the wheel to adjust temperatures. If you press the button on that wheel, you can then adjust time. In order to use the air fryer there is a bottom grease plate as well as a drip tray, then there is the air fryer basket. I was eager to test it out since my wife loves Buffalo wings. We could only do about 16 wings in the smaller 3 qt air fryer I have, but this unit could do 24 wings. The best part was because its in a basket, you don’t have to flip or turn the wings. I can’t wait to try fries next!!! Overall very impressed with this unit, all the pieces are dishwasher safe and easily fit so after you air fry something you can just drop everything into the dishwasher to clean it up. Only thing is I feel the full stainless housing on my older unit was better looking on the countertop while this unit has that black glass face which makes it look more like a microwave.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Design, Ease of use
    Cons mentioned:
    Broiling, Pan

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Attractive addition to almost any kitchen

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    KitchenAid - Digital Countertop Oven with Air Fry - Black Matte The KitchenAid Air Fry is a neat compact air fryer that has a very classy look to go along with its very nice build quality. I really like the look of this Fryer with its minimum bezels and glass front door. There is a real nice feel when closing the front door and this carries over to the clean layout of the controls. Overall this is a very nice small package. Included with the Fryer is a broil pan with its own rack, a larger basket and one main rack. This is a compact oven with one main fan and doesn’t take up much counter space. There is so much that this Fryer can do it is easy to just use it each day and not use our bigger oven. Which is very nice since cleanup here is way easier than our regular oven. It is a regular oven, air fryer, a toaster oven and convection baking oven. And this brings up one of my main complaints which is a lack of instructions. For those used to modern Air Fryers this maynot be a problem but for new users a recipe book would have been a nice addition. The controls are simple enough and for very simple meals it's mostly a set and forget to get going. But a little help on the more advanced meals would have been a nice value add. My only other complaint is the fan is a bit noisy. Not too much that it takes away from the whole package but enough that you will hear it. The final results you will get with this oven will get better after you learn which mode you want to use and the cooking time you select. It has preset defaults that help get you going so that is very helpful. All it takes is a bit of practice but the end results can be very good. Air Fryers tend to get hotter near the fan so it can burn slightly at the back of the oven. What you find is this is just how they work and doesn’t really take away from the quality you will get. The more you use it and get used to it the better results you can expect. I think this is a great addition that updates most kitchens not just because it looks so nice but it really helps to make quick great tasting meals.

    I would recommend this to a friend
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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Very satisfied

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    Very useful and I love multi-functionality . I love the look Very slick

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    Value
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Features

    Ease of Use
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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Kitchen Aid Home Run

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    Did a lot of research on all the available air fryers and decided on the Kitchen Aid. I chose this unit because of all the articles and positive feedback it received. I am happy to say I was not disappointed. As with any appliance of this type there is going to be a learning curve to find what settings and time work best for whatever you are frying, but so far the pre set times have been fine for chicken breasts and fried products such as onion rings and potatoes. The other reason I chose this unit is because it does so much more than just air fry and is very versatile when you don't want to heat up your regular oven for some appetizers. There are other units that I am sure will give equal results, but when you consider the multiple functions and the larger capacity of the Kitchen Aid for my money it's hard to beat.

    Features

    Ease of Use
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    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
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    I would recommend this to a friend