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Toastmaster 2.5L Air Fryer - $39

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[Walmart] Toastmaster 2.5L Air Fryer - $39

Just bought this in store today for $39+tax = $44.07
Shows $72.98 online. Some locations have it for $39.

https://stocktrack.ca/?s=wm&upc=65577201664

Not bad for anyone looking to get into air frying and don't want to buy an expensive one.
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Dec 28, 2010
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Was interested then saw some amazon reviews. Not sure if worth buying from walmart and return policy.
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Have had this for almost 2 years. Still works well
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i would recommend getting the biggest one you can. 2.5L is good for making a side dish of fries for one person.
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thanks op - this just may be the price point where i pick one up to try out
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This is okay at this price but it's not the best air fryer out there. The paint on the metal mesh starts to scrape off over time. The food gets stuck to the metal mesh from day 1 as well. I kept mine way longer than I should have. The actifry from TFal beats this in every category
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5L is a good size for me as I like the put food at the bottom without stacking food on top of food so it cooks evenly.
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Got one this morning. One on the shelf at Burnhamthorpe and Erin Mills Pkwy location.
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dankup wrote: This is okay at this price but it's not the best air fryer out there. The paint on the metal mesh starts to scrape off over time. The food gets stuck to the metal mesh from day 1 as well. I kept mine way longer than I should have. The actifry from TFal beats this in every category
It should go without saying that a $39 air fryer is nothing to write home about and in no way anyone should think this is the best fryer. But this could be an ideal alternative for someone who want to try air frying and don't want to shell out the big bucks.

Comparing this to a T-fal is like comparing a kia to a benz and saying it's not as good. I had no issue with my food sticking to the metal tray.
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Just a kind reminder, 2.5L is kinda small and probably can only serve two people as you only wanna lay out the foods on one layer otherwise the ones on the bottom will become soggy.
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This is really for 1 person.
I have 4.2L T-fal I bought for $50 on black Friday and even that size I still find it bit small.
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I’ve never used an Air Fryer before, want to know What can we cook in this?
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Buy two if want to cook more for $40,
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Aug 19, 2006
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if you have convection oven - don't bother.

was advised by saleperson. So i didn't buy. Basically it's an element and a fan in these air fryer

Yes you may waste bit more electricity but you don't have this honking big appliance that takes up so much room.
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Is this an Air Fryer for ANTS???

It has to be at least three times bigger!!!
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Ridinginoffice7 wrote: I’ve never used an Air Fryer before, want to know What can we cook in this?
Pretty much anything you would put into a deep fryer. I've made fries, wings, ribs. All came out nice and crispy.
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Ridinginoffice7 wrote: I’ve never used an Air Fryer before, want to know What can we cook in this?
It's basically a turbo charged convection oven.
They (in general, not this one that's comically small) are better than an actual convection oven but are in no way an equal to a deep fryer.
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Pretty much anything you would put into a deep fryer. I've made fries, wings, ribs. All came out nice and crispy.
NOTHING I've ever cooked in an air fryer has even remotely resembled anything that comes out of a deep fryer.
Do you not have anything else to do rather than argue with strangers on the internet
Nope. That's why I'm on the internet arguing with strangers. If I had anything better to do I'd probably be doing it.
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I still don't understand the point of air fryers when I have an oven and a deep fryer.
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LNahid2000 wrote: I still don't understand the point of air fryers when I have an oven and a deep fryer.
I have a standard oven, and no deep fryer, so the air fryer works for me.

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