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[Walmart] Kalorik MAXX Digital Air Fryer Oven with 9 Accessories [$139.97]

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[Walmart] Kalorik MAXX Digital Air Fryer Oven with 9 Accessories [$139.97]

Was shopping for a combination toaster over & air fryer and stumbled upon this deal at Walmart.ca. Regular price is $239.97 at Walmart, however, this same oven is regularly priced at $199.99 at Costco.ca. Better return policy at Costco - but a 30% discount may make it worthwhile to go with Walmart. Free shipping also!

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Model: AFO 46045 SS

Description
Replace 10 of your kitchen appliances with the Kalorik MAXX Digital Air Fryer Oven: the meal-making powerhouse that’s an air fryer, oven, grill, toaster, roaster, broiler, rotisserie, dehydrator, pizza oven, and slow cooker — in one. This chef-inspired, As Seen on TV air fryer oven boasts powerful turbo MAXX technology that can cook whole chicken up to 27% faster and sear steak up to 37% faster than leading air fryer ovens, while the oil-less air fry function lets you enjoy the crispy, golden texture and rich flavor of fried food without all the fat. Make authentic rotisserie chicken, pork, and kebabs with the rotisserie setting, or enjoy juicy, succulent steaks that sizzle with the MAXX’s 500°F searing power. An XL 26-quart capacity can roast a large chicken or 12-pound turkey, bake a 12” pizza, or toast up to 9 slices of bread, while glass French doors with single hand opening prevent scalding and protect doors from drippings. The MAXX features intuitive digital controls with 21 presets for foolproof cooking, while 9 versatile accessories offer endless menu possibilities.
• Combines 10 appliances into one
• Turbo MAXX Technology cooks food in a fraction of the time
• Nine accessories include an air frying basket, baking tray, air rack, crumb tray, bacon tray, 2-in-1 dehydrator and steak tray, rotisserie spit and forks, rack handle and rotisserie handle
• Versatile functionality can fry, bake, toast, roast, grill, braise, dehydrate, and broil
• Creates a golden, crispy exterior and tender, moist interior for perfectly cooked French fries, onion rings, chicken wings, shrimp, vegetables, and more
• Air fries with little to no oil, reducing fat and calories
• Rotisserie setting rotates included spit for authentic roasted chicken, pork, kebabs, and more
• Easy digital controls with 21 cooking presets
• 26-quart capacity yields large portions and allows you to cook whole meals at once
• Modern glass French doors with single hand opening prevent drips and scalding
• Reaches up to 500°F to sear food like a grill or pan
• Auto-shutoff stops operation when doors are open
• 1-Year limited warranty
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What brand is this? I suddenly see this brand eveywhere like Costco and Walmart
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It looks nice but it will be a pain to clean off those doors.
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Wtf online stock according to stocktrack.ca was over 1,000 yesterday and now it's sold out. How?? FML.
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Ordered with Moola gift card deal, thanks OP. It looks pretty solid.
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For air-frying, how does this type of toaster oven compare to the more common basket type. Cleaning wise, I am guessing it's easier to clean the baskets but for cooking quality, speed and crispiness, does anyone have experience with both?
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lagonis wrote: For air-frying, how does this type of toaster oven compare to the more common basket type. Cleaning wise, I am guessing it's easier to clean the baskets but for cooking quality, speed and crispiness, does anyone have experience with both?
Wondering the same! Debating between the ninja and this (if it’s worth the upgrade!)
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lagonis wrote: For air-frying, how does this type of toaster oven compare to the more common basket type. Cleaning wise, I am guessing it's easier to clean the baskets but for cooking quality, speed and crispiness, does anyone have experience with both?
I have a Breville toaster oven with air frying capability and a Kalorik air fryer (basket type). The Kalorik air fryer (not oven type) beats the toaster oven's air fryer function easily. The food is crispier and cleaning is much much easier. Don't buy a toaster oven for its air frying function!
ETA: cleaning the oven is a nightmare. With basket type air fryer, you can put the basket in the dishwasher, or you can just wash it by hand like washing a pan/pot. You can't do that with the oven.
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emiliespam wrote: I have a Breville toaster oven with air frying capability and a Kalorik air fryer (basket type). The Kalorik air fryer (not oven type) beats the toaster oven's air fryer function easily. The food is crispier and cleaning is much much easier. Don't buy a toaster oven for its air frying function!
Does the Breville use a basket? This Kalorik one appears to come with a basket, granted its still in the 'oven'.
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Nearly pulled the trigger on this from Costco for $199 - pretty good reviews overall. Only have the original T-Fal Actifry for comparison, which works OK for some things but can be hard to clean sometimes.

I don't see a pre-order option on the link in the OP... did that go away or am I missing something?

Edit: Found the Pre-Order link when I went to all Kalorik items here: https://www.walmart.ca/en/kalorik/N-1003034
However, after I click on Pre-Order and add one to my cart, when I try to go to the cart it shows 'empty' with an error about Experiencing problems at the moment at the top. So no luck yet, but will try again later.

Thanks OP!
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emiliespam wrote: I have a Breville toaster oven with air frying capability and a Kalorik air fryer (basket type). The Kalorik air fryer (not oven type) beats the toaster oven's air fryer function easily. The food is crispier and cleaning is much much easier. Don't buy a toaster oven for its air frying function!
ETA: cleaning the oven is a nightmare. With basket type air fryer, you can put the basket in the dishwasher, or you can just wash it by hand like washing a pan/pot. You can't do that with the oven.
Thanks. That's what I was looking for - concise and to the point. I know it can get more nuanced for some situations. I have a good toaster oven (without air fryer) and the Cosori (basket type) air fryer. Very impressed with the speed and 'frying' abilities of the Cosori but my counter space is tight and I needed to know if it's worth upgrading the toaster to do more. Looks like I can hold off on that until I hear otherwise.
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lagonis wrote: Thanks. That's what I was looking for - concise and to the point. I know it can get more nuanced for some situations. I have a good toaster oven (without air fryer) and the Cosori (basket type) air fryer. Very impressed with the speed and 'frying' abilities of the Cosori but my counter space is tight and I needed to know if it's worth upgrading the toaster to do more. Looks like I can hold off on that until I hear otherwise.
Reviews I had seen said this one was very easy to clean, so now I'm a little confused... I wonder how this compares to the Ninja Foodi, which a friend loved but returned to Costco as they deemed it too big for their counter.
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TheGoodDealer wrote: Does the Breville use a basket? This Kalorik one appears to come with a basket, granted its still in the 'oven'.
The problem is that there are always sticky burn food or fat or oil on both (metal) sides of the oven and the glass door. These are very difficult to remove after a few uses. I'd want to clean the oven after each use which should help but in reality I couldn't do that consistently.
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emiliespam wrote: The problem is that there are always sticky burn food or fat or oil on both (metal) sides of the oven and the glass door. These are very difficult to remove after a few uses. I'd want to clean the oven after each use which should help but in reality I couldn't do that consistently.
It can't get much easier than cleaning the basket type air fryers, especially since you can just put them in the dishwasher but you really don't have to. Problem is that they are very bulky, and the basket has two large parts which take even more space when you clean/dry. It's a small gripe perhaps, but with limited counter space it will be a challenge for sure.
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[quote=emiliespam post_id=33557361 time=1606360943 user_id=543607]
I have a Breville toaster oven with air frying capability and a Kalorik air fryer (basket type). The Kalorik air fryer (not oven type) beats the toaster oven's air fryer function easily. The food is crispier and cleaning is much much easier. Don't buy a toaster oven for its air frying function!
ETA: cleaning the oven is a nightmare. With basket type air fryer, you can put the basket in the dishwasher, or you can just wash it by hand like washing a pan/pot. You can't do that with the oven.
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Thanks for sharing your experience. I already have the Costco Ninja airflyer and think that it would be nice to cook more food at the same time.. Almost bought this given the sale price. I would choose easier to clean over cooking in batches any day...:)
Thank you in advance for your help !

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