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Gourmia Air Fryer 7QT - $48.99 (in-store) | $59.99 (online)

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[Costco] Gourmia Air Fryer 7QT - $48.99 (in-store) | $59.99 (online)

Not the $44.99 price frenzy before Christmas but at $59.99 delivered, it beats the $69.99 price in the warehouse.
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$49.99 in store.
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what is the end date for this price? Cant see from the pic. TIA
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ankysrulz wrote: what is the end date for this price? Cant see from the pic. TIA
Sunday January 23.
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Sep 23, 2018
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much better than the one be bought last year for 64.99.
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Was reading a bunch of the 1*-2* reviews... overall at 4.5* it seems ok, but anyone with experience with this machine able to post post experience with it. I've been wanting to try this to make healthier and better tasting chicken fingers, fish sticks and fries for my kids but afraid it's going to come out pretty much the same (or worse) as my propane convection oven.
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Jeremy_H_Chan wrote: Was reading a bunch of the 1*-2* reviews... overall at 4.5* it seems ok, but anyone with experience with this machine able to post post experience with it. I've been wanting to try this to make healthier and better tasting chicken fingers, fish sticks and fries for my kids but afraid it's going to come out pretty much the same (or worse) as my propane convection oven.
Works great. I bought it for $60 during Christmas. I have no regrets, especially at that price.
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Jeremy_H_Chan wrote: Was reading a bunch of the 1*-2* reviews... overall at 4.5* it seems ok, but anyone with experience with this machine able to post post experience with it. I've been wanting to try this to make healthier and better tasting chicken fingers, fish sticks and fries for my kids but afraid it's going to come out pretty much the same (or worse) as my propane convection oven.
we upgraded to this from the ninja air fryer costco sold last year, we needed more space. it functions better (auto-stops) but because it's a bit bigger it takes a little longer, but it's worth it for the capacity

As for air fryer vs convection oven, yes it's better with respect to fried stuff. cooks faster because that hot air is circulating in a much smaller space. I have a miele electric convection oven too that I still use.

Try it, if you don't like it, it's an easy return after a month.
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Wow BF pricing is back. I've been using the 6qt version and works well.
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Agree this is a good buy been using almost everyday.
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Jeremy_H_Chan wrote: Was reading a bunch of the 1*-2* reviews... overall at 4.5* it seems ok, but anyone with experience with this machine able to post post experience with it. I've been wanting to try this to make healthier and better tasting chicken fingers, fish sticks and fries for my kids but afraid it's going to come out pretty much the same (or worse) as my propane convection oven.
I have one that I bought a few months back (for $65 in store IIRC). Works great. just as good as the cosori one that's popular on Amazon for 2-3x the price.

I find it makes most things crispier than if I did it in my oven (which is also convection). The best things are chicken wings (fresh or those frozen pre-seasoned ones), chicken thighs, whole chicken, fries (only frozen ones), tater tots, frozen pre-made food in general, vegetables, and warming things up is great. Basically a mini oven that saves me from using my large range. Not a substitute for deep frying by any means but you still get good results.

For $50-60 I think it's worth it to at least try it out, especially since this is costco and returns are so easy.
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My only complaint with it has been that the non-stick liner barely lasted a week. May be my fault because I put it in the dishwasher though.
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Damn wouldn’t mind trying one of these but don’t have a membership any longer to order
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zzzz24 wrote: Damn wouldn’t mind trying one of these but don’t have a membership any longer to order
You don't need a membership to buy from Costco.ca
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dealio411 wrote: You don't need a membership to buy from Costco.ca
some items requires. This might be one of them because he might have tried and didn’t work
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seagull1987 wrote: My only complaint with it has been that the non-stick liner barely lasted a week. May be my fault because I put it in the dishwasher though.
Just cut some parchment papers.
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I enjoy mine, and I always toss it in the dishwasher. The only issue I see is that the basket has small amounts of rust on the exterior. Likely from sitting in the dishwasher too long Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Cold Sweat

I don't use oil to cook with this fryer and it still crisps everything up nice.

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