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[Costco] Chefman Multi-Function 10L Air Fryer, Dehydrator and Rotisserie $99.99

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[Costco] Chefman Multi-Function 10L Air Fryer, Dehydrator and Rotisserie $99.99

For those who missed out on the Kalorik deal, Costco has another air fryer/rotisserie on sale today for $99.99. I bought the Kalorik, but might get this one instead since it has a smaller footprint.
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I previously thought Chefman was a Canadian Tire in house brand Lol
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I definitely don’t need one, so I’ll do the right thing and pick one up on my way home. 😎

**Just pick one and don't loot** 😠
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Damn!! 10L capacity is awesome but I still stick to Ninja
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How does this compare to the Ninja?
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Another air fryer? I still haven't open my Ninja one... LOL.
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Reviews seem decent on amazon, may be pulling the trigger on this. Here is the link if you would like to read reviews for this model Chefman 10L
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"1700W" My house is too old for this Face With Tears Of Joy 15amp breaker is limited to 1800w, if you have an old house you most likely do not have a breaker per outlet, except the fridge one. Just something to think about.
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Looks hard to clean
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Does anyone know if these are online only or are they available in store for a lower price?
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i have the Chefman air fryer/Oven from last Costco BF sale (not this one)
The air fryer function is not as good as the Foodi
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Best Buy insignia is back ordered. Might get this.
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trini_2_d_bone wrote: i have the Chefman air fryer/Oven from last Costco BF sale (not this one)
The air fryer function is not as good as the Foodi
But @$99, I don't think it's in the same price category as the Foodi.
CheapWinnipeger wrote: Does anyone know if these are online only or are they available in store for a lower price?
Online Only
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10l but really just stacking with some spaces in between. Not ideal for proper air frying condition.
It would be nice if it is 10l but essentially like 2 Ninja side by side and $99. If it exists, I will be all over it as I do have the countertop space for such a beast !
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The Costco Ninja has been great, though this style of unit does have some benefits:
- size/capacity
- glass door for viewing
- greater heat (1700 vs 1550)
- multi shelves
- rotisserie
- cook toast even

Disadvantages
- clean up (Ninja's non-stick everything means just a quick rinse with hot water)
- there are disadvantages to glass doors too
- difficult to believe each tray will be air fried equally (frequent tray shifting?)

This 10L Chefman might be in the same category as the $129.99 Instant Pot Vortex?
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This one was $89 this morning: out of stock now...

Kalorik 11.4 L (12 qt.) Air Fryer Oven, Black/Stainless Steel
Item 2091602
$89.00
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These windowed air fryers seem a lot more like traditional convection toaster ovens. Great for viewing food while cooking, but not so good for cleanup. Also, multiple trays don't usually cook evenly.
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RxMills wrote: \
Disadvantages
- difficult to believe each tray will be air fried equally (frequent tray shifting?)
RxMills wrote: These windowed air fryers seem a lot more like traditional convection toaster ovens. Great for viewing food while cooking, but not so good for cleanup. Also, multiple trays don't usually cook evenly.
I'm thinking it would be okay if you just use one tray?
And the rotisserie would make fries a lot more even without flipping for sure.
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My current airfryer only goes up to 400F. Does this one with 1700W (instead of 1550W) equal a higher temperature or the higher watts are required because of the larger capacity so the temperature will likely only go to 400F ?

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