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@starpolisher wrote:

I have been wanting an air fryer but don't have a lot of counter space. Does this take the place of a toaster oven as well?  I know you can bake and use it as a rotisserie but can I make toast in it? Right now I use my toaster oven to make toast, bake small items(like 2 potatoes, french fries, etc.) I would have to get rid of my toaster oven in order to have enough room on my counter for this? 


@starpolisher my air fryer can pretty much do everything that a toaster oven can do just on a smaller scale (except I have had zero luck with making toast in it).  I don't know how many folks you are cooking for but even though this is a large air fryer oven, I know some folks are surprised at how much food you can cook in there at one time.

 

What I like about this one is it's more oven-ish with the benefits that come with an air fryer.  I know there is a 30 day guarantee but I also know that it would be expensive to return should you decide it isn't for you plus Evine's CS can be tough to deal with.  Like I said, if I didn't already have the 8.5 qt. I would purchase this and maybe see if I could pack my toaster oven away but my current one is working perfectly.  Unfortunately.  Smiley Happy

 

Please let me know if I can help with anything else!

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Hi, I've been watching all day. I really like it, probably will order the accessories too, including the rotisserie basket.

 

The only thing I wish,  for it to have been available in stainless.  I may not order as none of the colors would work.

 

I wonder how messy it would get inside and ease of cleaning.  I don't want it to be difficult or worse than a few wipes as my microwave cleaning. Anyone know?

 

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@skittle these ovens cool off rather quickly and the inside of Paula's is stainless steel so shouldn't be too bad to clean.  Maybe kind of along the lines of a toaster oven?  I wipe mine out after each use and it's fine.

 

They did have a grey version when they launched the oven yesterday but it sold out early today unfortunately.

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@mtc wrote:

@skittle these ovens cool off rather quickly and the inside of Paula's is stainless steel so shouldn't be too bad to clean.  Maybe kind of along the lines of a toaster oven?  I wipe mine out after each use and it's fine.

 

They did have a grey version when they launched the oven yesterday but it sold out early today unfortunately.


Thank you.  It does look interesting.  I read the reviews,  they aren't my usual- go ahead and give it a try- ratings.  

 

I know there's a Cuisinart air fryer/oven that's a rectangle/square. I watched it on HSN and saw a few box stores have them, and the return time is better. 

 

If I try one, I'll probably go with a longer return store, like BBB, Macys. Too bad it didn't come out in time for the 3 month returns for the holidays.

 

It does seem nice.

 

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The Power Xl. is the best in my opinion. I've had mine for 3 years and no pealing of the cooking drawer. That what I call it. It's golld lined not black. And It gets used everyday. It's the best purchase I ever made next to my egg cooker .

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That's the Af oven I have her 8.5 and love it