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Rating 4.7 out of 5 stars with 120 reviews

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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    A Very Nice Larger Size

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    Pros mentioned:
    Ease of use, Safety, Set up

    We have this Air Fryers little brother and found it to be an great appliance but its small size was limiting my options and I knew if I had a larger one I could do so much more. So we went out and bought another brand (which we are very happy with) that had a touch screen and presets for various foods and I became a happy camper with the bigger Air Fryer, even doing a whole turkey breast. Actually we liked it so much we decided a second one would be nice to have and decided that we would like to try this one as Phillips makes a very high quality appliance. It's not touch screen, but really I usually just did a manual setting on it anyway so using only the time and temp dials on this is no hindrance at all I really like the addition of a slide out basket trolley type slide as you dont have to lift out the basket and find a place to set it until your ready to eat and it make the occasional checking and shaking a breeze for the very same reason. This versatile little device saves time on some things but others not so much but it does make delicious food. Nearly anything you can cook in an oven or deep fryer with little modification to the recipe can be cooked in an air fryer. In some ways its like a deep fryer that only requires a sprits of oil from a sprayer on some things, like poultry for super crisp and brown skin, while other things need no added oil at all. My wife said the air fryer is where I have made the best wings ever. And quick potato sides such as fries and tots come out perfect and very tasty. This Phillips Air Fryer certainly does not heat the kitchen up much like an oven would or a deep fryer which is wonderful on hot summer days and evenings. Its super easy to use (just remember to shake the basket or otherwise turn the food as needed) and every part of the basket assembly is dishwasher safe if needed or desired, but its usually a quick and simple wash in the sink. It comes with a recipe book and there are tons and tons of recipes from meals to desserts on line. I recommend you go ahead and pull the trigger and start experimenting today :)

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Forget the messy oil based deep frying!

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    I own a oil based deep fryer to fry simple appetizers like onion rings, french fries and mozzarella sticks... simple... or so they say... My issue with oil based deep fryer(s), is that you have to change the oil based on your usage and clean the oil spat around it. Air fryers has caught my attention the moment it started to become popular. When I picked this one up I was surprised by the size and weight of it. It definitely has some weight to it! As for food quality and taste... it reminds me of a George Foreman grill... while you do lose out on a major amount of natural fat, it does maintain some of it's taste as if it was deep fried. Being that I like to fry simple appetizers, this is a win for me... no more mess! This is also very easy to clean too. Honestly for the price... unless you plan on using this often. Get it! Otherwise, look for a smaller unit at a lower price. Thanks.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    A healthier way to fry food

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    Pros mentioned:
    Ease of use, Safety, Set up

    The Phillips Air Fryer is a great way to fry food for those seeking a healthier alternative to the conventional method. The set up is very easy and simple to use and with the addition of the XL package you can now feed up to 5 people in your family, depending of course on how much they eat. I'll do my best to make this review quick and simple in your decision making on rather or not you should pick one up. First off out of the box you get the whole unit assembled and ready to go. All you really need to do is plug it in to a power source and clean the three separate trays. The first tray is your basket which will serve for your food placement. The basket is a decent size and measures out 9" x 9" with a depth of 4". Its not extremely large but its not small either. Your not going to fit a full size chicken or turkey in there but you shouldn't have a problem fitting a smaller size piece. Your also going to receive a cook book with different recipe and serving sizes. They even provide an app you can use in the event that you wish to seek new ideas with food to cook. The next two pieces are the bottom plates which have little swirls on them. According to Phillips the design of these trays serve for two purposes. One is to help with heat displacement to give you even cooking and the other serves as a fat or grease trap. Now for those that my not know exactly what an air fryer is or how well it works let me take a quick second and break it down in its simplicity. An air fryer allows you to fry food by using super heated air. Now im not 100% sure if it uses the same method as some of the infrared grills that can super heat food in under minutes but what i do know is that it uses no open flame and comes pretty darn close to frying food in minutes all depending on the serving size. Obviously larger meals such as whole chickens will take longer versus smaller meals like fish sticks. With the Phillips air fryer you are not limited to just frying food but you can also bake with it to. Now while i haven't had a chance to bake anything with it i can tell you that this does seem like an ideal thing to use for baking due to the fact that it heats up alot faster then your oven will and gives off better heat displacement. Really there is a very wide variety of things this unit can do and frying food is just the tip of the iceberg. Lets talk functionality. This unit is very easy to use. The book gives you a guide to different food temperature settings. The unit itself only has two dials, one serves for a timer which goes up to 60 mins and the other serves as your temp setting which goes up to 400F. I have a family of 5 including myself so the first day i got this i wanted to see if it could make enough food to feed the whole family on one serving. I decided to make fish sticks and french fries my first night. i made about 20 fish sticks that night with room to still make more. This tray also had more then enough room to make french fries to feed about 6 people. The first night was a success and i was able to feed everyone with just one go with each meal. The fish sticks came out very crispy and were done in 10 mins. i was very surprised how crispy they came out. They had a nice crunch to it and actually tasted very good. I am not a fish stick guy at all but these things tasted so good i found myself eating some for dinner that night. Now the french fries on the other had were a little tricky. They took longer to make and didn't come out as crispy. This is were i experimented a little bit to see if i could get different results and here's what i found. The smaller fries have no problem getting crispy and providing you with that snap as you bite down however the larger ones did not do this. This is where i realized you can add a little bit of oil to your meals to give them that nice outer crunch. For example the next day i ordered pizza and decided to make wings. I made a very small batch cause i was not too sure how they would come out. The wings came out cooked and had a decent texture to it but i like my wings to be crunchy on the outside and tender on the inside. So what i did was i put a light coat of oil on the outside of my wings, put about 10 in the fryer and in about 15 mins they were done and made exactly how i liked them. They looked as if they had been deep fried and had that nice crunchy outer layer that i liked. Some foods are gonna fry better than others but the nice thing about this is that there is plenty of room to experiment with different methods to achieve your cooking goal. I found that a little bit of oil helped to give me that deep fry look and taste without having to completely dip them in oil. The list of possible things you can do is endless and would take a very long time to go on and on about all the possibilities. Here's the bottom line. This unit is very easy to use and provides cooking recipes to help guide you in the right direction. If you have a family of 5 i would say that's about the limit at which this unit can serve for. If you have a bigger family you may find yourself having to refill the unit a couple more times to make enough food for the whole family. Whats really nice about this unit is the fact that it cooks food in an enclosed capsule with no open flame making this a safer way to go than deep frying over an open flame. Foods are cooked in minutes rather than hours (depending on size of course) and come out tasting great without as much of the grease as deep fry. The unit is very easy to clean and is dishwasher safe( only the trays). This really is one of those units where you can set it and forget it. Once the timer dings it automatically shuts off the unit since there is no on/off button. This is a great unit and so far i have yet to find any bad things to say about it. Maybe as i cook more foods i may find some flaws but as of right now this has been a nice piece to have that allows me and my wife to cook food while being able to do other things as well. Pros: -Cooks foods fast -Serves up to 5 people with ease -Easy to clean -Healthier alternative to deep fry Cons: -None so far

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 3 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    An Unsightly Beast that Generally Works Well

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    Pros mentioned:
    Design, Ease of use
    Cons mentioned:
    Instructions, Speed

    Using the XXL Air Fryer is like owning a microwave in the early 80’s. It’s bulky, has no display screen, uses manual dials, and nobody knows how long it takes to actually cook anything. Fortunately, Philips has created an App that allows you to look up recipes from your phone – which helps, but often leaves you hangry - frantically searching the dark web for something as simple as the cooking time for tater tots. Locating the perfect recipe wouldn’t be a big deal except for the fact that the machine shuts off completely when the timer hits 0. Yup. This modern marvel has no power switch. It is controlled entirely by an Egg Timer just like the one your grandmother had in her kitchen. Once that timer clicks down, the machine turns off completely. If your food needs just 2 more minutes to reach a magical golden brown - Too bad! You have to twist the knob past 4 minutes before the oven will turn back on – and by that time this chubby easy bake oven has cooled down and will need some additional time to heat back up. The good news is that you probably won’t burn your food – the sweltering desert air swirling briskly inside will likely turn your dinner to dried out jerky pucks long before anything is scorched. If you currently own an oil fryer and are replacing it with the XXL Air Fryer, you will probably feel at least mildly disappointed. Hot air simply doesn’t cook in the same way as hot oil. This is essentially a small convection oven – a coil located above the basket heats up and a fan swirls the hot air around inside. Ultimately, you will not quite have the deep-fried options that you’re used to (you won’t end up with the same hand battered chicken strips, or homemade doughnuts that you’re used to). If you are choosing this Air Fryer instead of purchasing your first oil deep fryer, you will likely be quite pleased. The results are healthier than deep fried food, the basket can hold enough food for 2 – 3 people, and the machine is incredibly easy to use (even if quality recipes are not always easy to find). It is a great option for those with kids wanting to help cook – especially as it cannot be accidentally left on (as the power is only on for the length selected on the timer). Overall; the machine is well made, but it is a bit of an unsightly beast that consumes more counter space than any other kitchen appliance you may own. If you are not seeking out a small oven specifically to help you eat healthier, then I would pass on this (and all) Air Fryers. Philips has made a decent machine. ...I just don't believe that the Air Fryer trend will ever pick up much steam. PROS: + Cooks food in a much healthier way when compared to a conventional oil fryer. + Cooking time is much faster than a conventional oven + Safer to use than an deep fryer that can cause burns + Easier to clean than an oil fryer + The machine has a compartment in the back that holds the cord when not in use. + Large enough to cook food for around 3 people + Cooks evenly and consistently CONS: - There is no on/off switch. You must wait for the timer to count down, or you must force it to 0 (potentially breaking the timer – which would mean you cannot power the machine on at all). - The chime for the timer is incredibly quiet. Instead, you will be alerted that the time has ended as the fan stops blowing and the machine shuts off. - Cooking time is generally much slower than frying in oil. - Often dries out food if you don’t have the perfect cooking time. - It is often difficult to locate the appropriate cooking time as many foods are missing from the Recipe App and manufacturers don’t put Air Fryer cooking time in their instructions. - Food Cooks best in a single layer (as the hot air doesn’t flow around all sides as grease would in a fryer). This means that when cooking items such as Fries, you must frequently open the drawer and shake the basket to obtain even crisping. - The fan makes a fair amount of noise (and is certainly louder than a fryer or a conventional oven). - The machine is pretty large when compared to the size of the basket inside. Will add to kitchen clutter. - It seems as though no thought was put into the design / appearance. The machine is just a giant black box that most will want to hide away (if only there was enough space to store this beast). - A great number of the recipes within the app require accessories that are sold separately.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Love it

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    I love it very good Air fryerIt works very good with fried chicken and fish salmon

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    A New Family Favorite

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    Pros mentioned:
    Ease of use, Set up, Size

    Right out of the box this air fryer was easy to setup and use. The first thing I tried was homemade French fries. As you can see from the picture they turned out crispy, which is how I like them. Right after that I breaded some chicken strips with panko and cooked them. Amazingly, they cooked in about 10 minutes, and were also crispy. I have also made wings twice and both times they have turned out crispy. Overall, this air fryer is great family fun. Everyone likes to watch it cook and it is easy to take places where you don't have an oven (like camping) and make good food. The size is as advertised, you can fit a lot of food in it at a time. The recipe book is also nice to have, and there are endless air fryer recipes available on the web. The only negatives about this product is that it takes a lot of room to store because of its size and it is a little more difficult to clean than advertised. After cooking wings, for example, there is a lot of baked on grease that is not that easy to remove. Easier cleanup than a traditional fryer but still takes some work to clean.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Huge, but does what you expect it to do

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    Pros mentioned:
    Ease of use

    The Philips Airfryer XXL is an excellent air fryer that prepares crispy food quickly and easily. Like all other airfryers, this one uses convection to make food crispy. Unlike a traditional convection oven, the airflow is faster and more focused, and the food is held suspended on an open grate above the bottom of the cooking surface, allowing air to flow all around the food quickly. As the food warms up, the oils in the food are released into this airflow and excess is captured in the bottom of the fryer, which then coat the food and "fry" it, giving it a crispy texture. Philips has an advanced airflow system that allows for a very even cooking of food in the fryer. This model has two analog dials, one for temp and one for time, which can be set in seconds and you are ready to go. There is no preheating required like a traditional oven, and the rapid convection airflow makes it cook faster than traditional oven baking. I found a reduction in time of about 1/3 over oven baking things like tater tots and chicken nuggets, at a slightly lower temperature. There is a guide included to help give some directions on cooking temps and times for various common items. Since the food is held up by a thin grate, you don't need to turn it to get the entire surface of the food crispy, although if the basket is full (like a pile of tater tots or fries), you will need to cook for half of the time, open it up, and stir the contents over a sink (to allow small particles to drop there instead of into the fryer, where they will burn and smoke) to ensure that everything gets crispy. I would also suggest that if you are loading breaded or food with small particles to load it over a sink and gently shake the basket to get those particles out before starting to cook. Doing this left the fryer very clean after cooking. When it comes time to clean up, it can be hand cleaned easily or all of the removable cooking parts can be put in the dishwasher, although they take up quite a bit of space. Speaking of space, this model is huge. It says XXL, and they mean it. It’s larger than an Instapot. This is designed for a family or household that is feeding multiple people most of the time. Just be prepared to make space for this thing on a counter or in a storage area when it’s not in use. Overall, this airfryer is excellent with space to cook a variety of foods. It works well and is easy to use and clean up.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Makes eating healthier a little easier

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    Pros mentioned:
    Ease of use

    The air-fryer is a very simple appliance but produces some very good food. I have made breaded pork chops, chicken, vegetables and kale chips - with little to no oil. All have turned out well - the pork chops were the best I've had. The only recipe that did not turn out was Cheddar Bacon Croquettes. The bacon stayed raw even though I increased the time. Also, the chicken breasts I used were very thick and while they did cook all the way through - they seemed a little dry so I would butterfly them next time. The cooking time is very quick and the clean-up of the unit extremely easy. The app has some good recipes. I was surprised at how little heat radiates from the unit when cooking, even at high temps. I was concerned about using it on hot days - but heat was not an issue and was way better than the oven and easier than the grill. The only negative so far is the timer knob. It only has increments of 2 minutes indicated by dots so it's hard to set an accurate time. Also, to turn the unit off during cooking, you have to turn the knob, which is very hard, back to zero. Doing this must have messed up the timer because the unit shuts off with two minutes left now. It would be nice to have an on/off switch. There is a digital unit available (costs more) but I'm not sure it's worth the difference since cooking time does not need to be exact anyway. Overall, this is a great alternative for cooking healthier. I would give it a 4.5 star rating.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Phillips

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

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    Great price just what I was looking for in a air fryer

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Phillips air fryer xxl

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    Owned for 10 months when reviewed.

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    Absolutely love this! I’ve made burgers, whole fryer chickens, chicken nuggets and fries, even melted cheese for my burger in it the other day and usually make bacon in it!

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great fryer

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    Owned for 7 months when reviewed.

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    We love this air fryer it was the first one we ever purchased and we use it for cookin frozen items like chicken nuggets or fries

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Philips XXL airfryer

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

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    Great product. Love the air fryer. Still exploring different cooking options. Over all- great quality. Worth the money.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Cooks evenly

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

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    I used my previous, very basic air fryer until it's death. I decided to upgrade to this one. I admit it was a bit intimidating with all the parts and accessories but once I dove in, I'm loving it. It cooks evenly. The accessories available have broadened my usage. I don't think I'll ever use my oven again.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Delicious Food In Minutes!

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    I have never owned an air fryer before. This one is fantastic! I love the way it pulls the fat from the foods being air fried. Everything comes out crunchy and tasty! Clean up is quick and easy!

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Not Kidding About the XXL

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    The Philips XXL Air Fryer is my first entrance into the world or air frying. First and foremost, it's big. It is hard to find a place for it in my kitchen big. For its size you would think you could do some serious frying, but the actual drawer area is about half of the volume of the total fryer. My oldest son immediately wanted to try fried pickles with it. Well, the included cookbook didn't have that offering so I dug up a recipe online to give it a shot. Took and sliced up whole pickle spares and threw the slices into the internet sourced batter. Made sure to pick each spare up and drain as much excess batter off before dropping into the fryer. Ran the air fryer for about 10 minutes on high temp and pulled the drawer open to check their status. Nope still looking a little soggy so I let them go another few minutes. Popped the drawer open again and bingo... fried pickles. I let them cool off a bit and let my son have the honor of trying them out. Let's just say I got the seal of approval from my oldest. Now for the fun part.... cleaning it up. I saw another review stating it was tough to clean and I would beg to differ. I rinsed each part off and threw it in my dishwasher. Cleaned up like a champ and really wasn't the nightmare I was expecting. Granted this was based on the fried pickle test. Sugar based ingredients may not play so nice. I think the unit could benefit from digital controls. Not that the analog dials didn't server their purpose it would just allow for a bit more precision. I also found the power cord to be a tad short in my kitchen and ended up using it in a spot I wouldn't generally do that kind of cooking. Last, but not least, it's fairly loud. Now as I stated before I don't have any other air fryer experience to reference, but you definitely will not be cooking a stealth meal. Overall, I like it and will try to use it more often. I think it has some real versatility, but I didn't have time for anything other than fried pickles. Let's just say it aced that test. If you got the space and don't mind the noise it is an easy recommendation over a conventional fryer any day of the week.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Worth every $$

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    Owned for 1 week when reviewed.

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    I purchased this for easy, fast and healthy way to prepare food and I am sooooo glad I did. One, thing, if you like fries like me make sure to half boil the potatoes first. Slice them, coat them with olive oil and any your favorite spices like black pepper and garlic powder. The taste is amazing. Thanks, Best Buy for the great customer service and for the quick shipping of my air drier. I highly recommend it.

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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great air fryer

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    This is quickly becoming my favorite cooker. Better then my microwave for both cooking and heating food. It doesn't make food rubbery and food looks good after cooking in it. Since you eat with your eyes and smell, it makes food a lot more palatable. I've cooked a variety of foods in it, including steaks, potatoes, carrots, and other veggies & meats including chicken, pork, salmon & other fish fillets. Wings, lumpia (Filipino egg-rolls), fried shrimp and other finger foods come out crisper. Not quite as fast as the microwave but food tastes better to me. I'm still experimenting with it but so far I love it.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great product evenly cooked food

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

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    Excellent makes great french fries and frozen foods, highly recommend .. I take it outside better than a barbecue pit without the Smok And the long hours of barbecue... All we need now is the NBA and football And my Philips Air Fryer

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great air fryer!

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

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    I had the smaller Philips air fryer and decided to get the larger XXL. It is very powerful and cooks pretty fast. I like that the basket is not real deep like an older air fryer I owned. I have room to spread things out so they get nice and crisp. I am very pleased with my Philips XXL air fryer and use it almost daily and more than once most days.

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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Convenient to use.

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    Owned for 10 months when reviewed.

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    We have used it almost for a year now and no problem at all. Cooks very quick. Digital display one might be better to use. The timer is not very accurate.

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    I would recommend this to a friend