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[Best Buy] Cuisinart TOA-65 Digital AirFryer Toaster Oven $239.99

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[Best Buy] Cuisinart TOA-65 Digital AirFryer Toaster Oven $239.99

Hey guys, first time posting a deal so take it easy on me.

I've been eyeing an Air Fryer since drooling over the Philips thread, but needed a multi-function machine as well. I was considering the manual version (Cuisinart TOA-60) which goes on sale for $199 and the newer TOA-65 with the digital display and a few more features such as dehydrating and preset cooking functions which usually sells for $329. Well, the Cuisinart TOA-65 went on sale so I scooped one up. It's the lowest it's been since January when it was $219.99.

Price: $239.99
Savings: $90

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Great deal. I am so tempted by this offer. I have the older model which I love. Thanks OP.
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Josutton wrote: Great deal. I am so tempted by this offer. I have the older model which I love. Thanks OP.
This is a well reviewed air fryer. I just recently purchased the breville smart oven air and Phillips air fryer XXL though.
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Josutton wrote: This is the one that I have and it is amazing. Am tempted by the newer digital model though.
How's the build quality? Knobs holding up?
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m5love wrote: How's the build quality? Knobs holding up?
The actual oven is great quality, no trouble with the knobs, and it must be the best appliance I have ever had. It does run hot, as most do, so you need to reduce your cooking temperature by about 50 degrees. The pan that comes with it, not rack, is poor quality and stains very easily even though I clean it regularly. Now I put foil in it, and just ignore the burnt on stains. That would be my only criticism of it. You can buy the stainless steel pan but I have not bothered. Cooks so fast and air fried food is so crunchy and bacon is just amazing. I cant complain about the quality of the oven part at all.
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ok I’ll bite

What does this do over a $40 toaster oven?!
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Thanks OP, I picked it up from Visions. They have it for $499 right now and with the price match + 15% of the difference, it was like $200 + tax.
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danmartin471 wrote: ok I’ll bite

What does this do over a $40 toaster oven?!
It’s an air fryer and conventional oven as well.
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DaHonga wrote: Thanks OP, I picked it up from Visions. They have it for $499 right now and with the price match + 15% of the difference, it was like $200 + tax.
Great price. We don’t have Visions here. Can I price match for an online order. Thanks
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Lush78 wrote: This is a well reviewed air fryer. I just recently purchased the breville smart oven air and Phillips air fryer XXL though.
same here, and returned the Phillips Air XXL because the Breville smart Oven Air BOV900 air fried just as good, and doze 8 additional things than phillips.

American's test kitchen, and several other online reviews and research lead me to Breville Bov900 vs this cruisnart and the instantpot Omni (which is second place in terms of price and features).

You really do have to test them side by side to see the difference.

Also note, that the BOV900 reaches 485 degrees F on Broil setting, and on Pizza. It also has quartz heating element accurate to within a few degrees which is important for sensitive dishes.
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It heat up so quick, probably only use 1/3 of the suggest heating time for the same temperature.
Got one since few months ago for about $219 back then. The older model was only $20 to $30 less.
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Josutton wrote: Great price. We don’t have Visions here. Can I price match for an online order. Thanks
If you go on the Visions website, there's a spot for price matching online but I don't know if you'll have time to do it before the end of this promo. However, they do ship anywhere in Canada and is free above $35.
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DaHonga wrote: If you go on the Visions website, there's a spot for price matching online but I don't know if you'll have time to do it before the end of this promo. However, they do ship anywhere in Canada and is free above $35.
Will try anyway and thanks.
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DaHonga wrote: If you go on the Visions website, there's a spot for price matching online but I don't know if you'll have time to do it before the end of this promo. However, they do ship anywhere in Canada and is free above $35.
I have done the online price match. Took a screenshot from Best Buy in the hope they may still do it. Thanks for suggesting this. Will keep my fingers crossed.
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Submitted a price match with Visions as well. Waiting on reply.
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I submitted a price match last night but I haven't heard anything back yet. By tomorrow the Best Buy price will be back to regular.
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Thanks op, got it price matched through visions! Great deal.

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