Shoppers rush to grab Ninja’s air fryer, which is on sale for £50 off
BUYERS rush to grab a Ninja air fryer on sale at £50 off its original price.
Ninja is famous for its air fryers, but they’re often quite expensive.
But it’s currently selling its 5.2-litre air fryer for £109 instead of £69.99 – that’s a saving of £50.
It has six cooking functions and is dishwasher safe.
The offer was posted on HotUKDeals and some buyers were delighted with the item.
One said: “Damn” Came here out of boredom and now I’ve bought an air fryer, thanks.”
Another wrote: “One of the best kitchen appliances I’ve ever bought.
“This is my 4th Airfryer. I’ve tried a few brands. After doing so much research I couldn’t be happy with my recent purchase of the latest version of Tefal and decided on this one. Best so far.”
But others said they weren’t that impressed with the product.
One said: “The non-stick coating comes from these.”
It’s always best to shop around for the best deal as we may have missed one.
And remember, it’s only a steal if you’re after one anyway.
If you’re looking for a larger air fryer, Asda sold a 11.5-litre fryer for £69 – originally £99
Robert Dyas sold a 12 liter air fryer which was £130 more expensive than the original price – £90 less than £230.
Elsewhere, Costco was selling a two-basket air fryer for £79.99. That’s almost £20 off the original price of £95.98.
How much does it cost to run an air fryer?
Finding a cheap price is all very well, but make sure you also know how much air fryers cost to operate.
Especially since energy costs have risen.
The Government’s Energy Price Guarantee (EPG) promises to keep average bills at £2,500 a year.
It was extended until July in Chancellor Jeremy Hunt’s budget.
But millions of households will now see a change in energy bills over the next month.
Keep in mind that the cost will depend on how often you use the air fryer, what model you use and who your energy supplier is, but we have rough estimates for you.
The power of an air fryer is measured in watts, and this determines how much energy it uses – and the cost of using it.
But the more powerful the device, the faster it will cook your food.
A 1,000W air fryer costs just 17p for 30 minutes and 34p for an hour.
While a 1,500W air fryer will set you back 26p for half an hour and 51p for an hour.
Don’t always assume that your new device will save you both money and calories. But sometimes it might help.
If you want to learn more about how much your kitchen appliances cost to run, read our guide.
And don’t forget there are little-known ways to save money – our article tells you about a hidden way to save £53 on your annual energy bill. And it just needs a simple switch.
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