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[Canadian Tire] Ninja Foodi 7-in-1 Compact Pressure Cooker, 5-qt - 179.99$

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Oct 10, 2008
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[Canadian Tire] Ninja Foodi 7-in-1 Compact Pressure Cooker, 5-qt - 179.99$

Was in the market for one of these, but wanted a smaller footprint. This is the 5qt model that seems to be the most compact for a smaller apartment kitchen. The sale price is right, but compared to the bigger 6 and 8qt models it doesn't have a "BROIL" function. Wondering what the difference between "Air Crisp" and "Broil" is, and if I will miss anything. For any owners of the 6 or 8, do you ever use the Broil function?
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Newbie
Oct 21, 2009
81 posts
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Toronto
It’s showing up as $259.99 for me?
Newbie
Oct 21, 2009
81 posts
4 upvotes
Toronto
Thanks! I’m in Toronto and price is 259.99. Changed location to Montreal and it is 179.99 but can’t ship it to my location at that price.
Jr. Member
Jan 4, 2010
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Canadianmist wrote: Was in the market for one of these, but wanted a smaller footprint. This is the 5qt model that seems to be the most compact for a smaller apartment kitchen. The sale price is right, but compared to the bigger 6 and 8qt models it doesn't have a "BROIL" function. Wondering what the difference between "Air Crisp" and "Broil" is, and if I will miss anything. For any owners of the 6 or 8, do you ever use the Broil function?
From https://www.amazon.com/ask/questions/Tx ... _ql_al_hza:

"Air crisp is the same as air frying, where the joe air circulates all angles of the food to crisp it up. Broil is direct heat onto the top of the food to crisp it (think browning a steak), and baking or roasting is the same as being in your oven, baking in consistent heat slowly from the outside in. It’s like having a fryer, inside of a broiler inside of an oven."
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Mar 20, 2016
876 posts
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Montreal
Should I get this or wait for an instant pot sale (usually sub $100)?

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