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Air fryers in stock live: where to find dual-zone models and discounts this Black Friday


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That’s all folks for this evening. We’ll be back in the morning with more of the best Air Fryer deals and where you can still get your hands on one. 

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These are all the stores we’ve still been able to find some of our favourite Air Fryers at:

  • AO.com (opens in new tab) – Tefal and Phillips models still in stock
  • John Lewis (opens in new tab) – There are no longer any Air Fryer deals, but they still have a Tefal and Cuisinart Air Fryer in stock
  • Argos (opens in new tab) – Still showing many of our favourite Air Fryers as still in stock and on offer, but you will have to check if they’re available in your postcode
  • Tower (opens in new tab)– Tower still has two of its Air Fryers in stock and on sale on its website
  • Ninja (opens in new tab) – They might not have any deals but the Dual Zone is in stock!
  • Curry’s (opens in new tab) – The Tefal actifry is currently the only Air Fryer left in stock and on offer
  • Amazon (opens in new tab) – You can still find a range of Air Fryers in stock including the Cosori Air Fyer (opens in new tab)for under £100
  • Very.co.uk (opens in new tab) – Tefal and Tower models are still in stock and on offer

A word on Air Fryer liners – are they worth investing in? While they might promise easy cleaning up after using your Air Fryer Millie Fender,  our small appliance and cookware editor at Ideal Home is convinced that they’re worth the investment. 

‘I totally understand the appeal of buying something to keep your air fryer clean, but I’ve never understood the point of Air Fryer liners. The point of an air fryer is that hot air circulates and comes into contact with your food from different angles, helping it to cook in a lot less time.’

Personally, we’ve found every air fryer we’ve tested incredibly easy to clean. However, if you do want to invest opt for perforated Air Fryer liners (opens in new tab) so as not to compromise your appliance’s performance.

Tower Xpress Pro 5-in-1 Rose Gold Air Fryer | (opens in new tab)

We flagged this deal this morning and it is still in stock! When we reviewed it our reviewer Millie Fender called it ‘a roast dinner revolution’. It has a huge capacity and includes everything you need to cook multiple meals at once, and a rotisserie. Forget wrestling a chicken into an Air Fryer pot, this was made for cooking a great roast without the cost of turning on the oven. 

Sage combi microwave

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Sage SMO870 Combi Wave | £349.95 at John Lewis (opens in new tab)

While this Sage appliance isn’t on offer we thought it was worth flagging for those looking for a multi-tasking alternative to a traditional air fryer. This might look like a microwave but it is also an air fryer and convection oven. 

While we haven’t tested its functions we are fans of Sage appliances and the reviews on the John Lewis website give it a four-and-a-half-star rating.

Croissant in airfryer

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What is an Air Fryer’s favourite food?

Air-vrything.

That’s not just a bad pun, you really can cook ‘air-vrything’ in an  Air Fryer. Bread-crumbed food and chips are where an Air Fryer’s strengths lie, but we have used ours to cook up frozen croissants, cupcakes, halloumi and even brussel sprouts.

Vegetarian and vegan recipes are a triumph with an air fryer, especially if you love getting a good crisp on your tofu, or if you want to make mock chicken wings with coated oyster mushrooms.

If you’re stuck on what to cook in your Air Fryer Amazon has a huge range of Air Fryer cookbooks (opens in new tab), including the Ninja Air Fryer Cookbook, £11.68 (opens in new tab), to help you make the most of your new purchase.

Tefal EasyFry Compact EY301840 Air Fryer | was £94, now £75 at AO.com (opens in new tab)

We gave this deal a shoutout yesterday, but it’s worth repeating in case you don’t fancy the scroll. The £19 saving on this compact air fryer makes it one of the most affordable in-stock options we can see right now, and the removable parts are dishwasher-safe. 

The 0.4kg drawer is on the small side, but that means it’ll pre-heat fast and the energy usage will be next-to-nothing.

Hi, I’m Rebecca Knight and I’m the Deputy Digital Editor on Ideal Home, I’m going to be taking over the air fryer live blog for the next few hours. I am a complete air fryer convert using my Lakeland Digital Crisp Air Fryer (opens in new tab) to make everything from chicken tenders to croissants. 

I’m keeping my eyes peeled for Ninja stock levels, sneaky air fryer deals still available and tips to help you get the most out of your air fryer.

Tefal Easyfry Compact Air Fryer [EY301840] | was £94, now £75 at AO.com (opens in new tab)

If you’ve been looking for a small air fryer, then good news because this petite 0.4kg Tefal number is still available to pick up with the £19 discount. Obviously not the right option for a large family, but it’s a perfect size for 1 or 2 people.

Ninja Foodi Grill

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Ninja Foodi MAX Health Grill & Air Fryer [AG551UKDBCP] | £249.99 at Ninja (opens in new tab)

This is a slightly different Black Friday deal – rather than a discount, the offer is the limited edition copper design and the addition of skewers and an apron.

As well as being an air fryer, this also grills, bakes and roasts (and more!) so this sleek number can handily replace several of your kitchen appliances. Work smarter, not harder.

Tower Vortex Dual Basket Air Fryer 9L [T17088] | was £150, now £120 at Argos (opens in new tab)

This generously sized dual zone fryer is comprised of two separate 4.5L baskets which can be used in tandem or separately. There are 12 pre-set functions, so it’s easy to use, even for air fryer novices.

Wilko 4L Air Fryer, £60 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

We’ve not tested Wilko’s own brand of air fryers yet, but they are sold out on their own website and have decent reviews. This model is only £5 more than the 2.5L version, so a good choice if you need a bigger capacity.

Instant Pot Duo Crisp + Air Fryer 11-1 | was £189.99, now £129.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

This is the biggest reduction on the Instant Pot Multi-Cooker that we’ve seen all day. Since it has a range of functions including, of course, air frying, you’re getting some serious bang for your buck. 

We reviewed the similar Instant Pot Pro, so we know the brand well.

Tefal Actifry Genius Air Fryer [AH960040] | was £163, now £148 at AO.com (opens in new tab)

We’ve reviewed (opens in new tab) this nifty machine before and it’s a solid choice. This one does look quite different to most other devices, and its shape may or may not fit neatly on your countertop so make sure you get out your measuring tape. 

That said, it does have the very handy self-shaking, meaning even cooking without you having to intervene.

Ninja Foodi Dual Zone Air Fryer [AF300UK] | £199.99 at Ninja (opens in new tab)

Dual Zone Air Fryers are having a moment, and it’s no surprise that they’re becoming harder and harder to find. 

This 7.6L one that we’ve tried and loved isn’t discounted but it still in stock and is unlikely to remain so for long…

Image of dreo air fryer

(Image credit: Future/Dreo)

Dreo Air Fryer | was £84.99, now £75.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

One of our team’s favourites, the Dreo Air Fryer that we reviewed is still in stock on Amazon. 

This 3.8L fryer has 9 functions including defrosting, dehydrating and reheating and even comes with a helpful recipe book of 50 meals to try with your new machine.

Daewoo 5L Digital Air Fryer [SDA2578RD] | was £119.99, now £69.99 at Robert Dyas (opens in new tab)

Perfect for a large family with its 5L capacity, this Daewood option has multiple easy-to-use presets for favourites like chips, fish and cakes. The automatic shut off is a welcome feature, too.

Philips Connected XL Air Fryer [HD9280/91] | was £199.99, now £149.99 at John Lewis & Partners (opens in new tab)

Not a Black Friday deal per se, but it is a deal which is in stock on this Black Friday! This Philips Air Fryer is the upgrade of the Essential Air Fryer, which we reviewed and loved.

This version boasts a 6.2L capacity, compared to the 4.1L of the Essential. Plus, as the ‘connected’ part of the name suggests, it can connect to your Amazon Alexa, let you monitor your cooking via your phone and also link to the NutriU app which can send hundreds of meals straight to your Air Fryer.

Tefal EasyFry 3in1 FW201827 Air Fryer | was £189, now £180 at AO.com (opens in new tab)

Good old Tefal has another air fryer on offer, this one with a nice 1.6kg food capacity which means it’ll fit your Sunday roast without an issue. 

It’s only £9 off right now, but every little helps – especially when you’re talking about a device with an impressive 7 programmes to play with.

Hi everyone, it’s Thea Babington-Stitt, Ideal Home’s Assistant Editor, clocking in here to keep you up to date on the up-to-date air fryer deals you can find this Black Friday.

The air fryer obsession is real in my life. I fell into the trend by when I picked up the Ninja Foodi MAX 15-in-1 Multi-Cooker [OL750UK], £299.99 (opens in new tab). It’s not currently on discount anywhere, but it’s a name worth remembering! Although it has a million (ok, 15) functions, the air fryer one is what I use the most, and has saved me from hanger more times than I’d like to admit thanks to its ability to cook food quickly from frozen.

I’ll be here all evening on the hunt to find you what air fryer deals remain in stock…

Tower 5 Litre Digital Air Fryer | £70 at Very
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We highlighted this one yesterday, but it’s worth revisiting if you don’t feel like scrolling back. 

One reviewer said ‘Food comes out perfect’. Can’t say fairer than that.

Image of Instant Pot on graphic background

(Image credit: Future)

Instant Pot® Duo Crisp™ & Air Fryer, 8L | was £199.99, now £159.99 at John Lewis  (opens in new tab)

We love Instant, and we also love Instant Pots. This one is absolutely massive and can pressure cook, sauté, steam, slow cook, sous vide, warm and air fry….all for the price of an air fryer.

No brainer, we think.

We’ve spied this Tower Air Fryer Accessory Set for £39.99 (opens in new tab) and we want it, to be honest. If you have an air fryer that can also bake, it’s a fun Black Friday buy. 

A little reminder that there are currently two dual zone air fryers in stock at Very… but it looks like they might disappear fast.

Buy the Tower Vrtx Dual Basket Air Fryer 8L for £129 at Very  (opens in new tab)

Buy the Salter Dual Air Fryer 7.4L for £129 at Very  (opens in new tab)

Image of Instant Vortex air fryer

(Image credit: Future)

Instant Vortex Plus 6-in-1 ClearCook 5.7L Air Fryer | was £120.00, now £80.00 at Argos (opens in new tab)

Quick! Our favourite air fryer is back in stock AND on sale at Argos.

I have this one at home, and I love the controls. It makes a lovely noise when you press the buttons too, and we all know that’s really the most important thing. 

Salter Aero Grill, Pro Air Fryer and Grill | was £149.00, not £128.00 at Very  (opens in new tab)

It can air fry, so we’re counting it as an air fryer. It’s also got 6 litres of space and 4 other cooking functions including bake and roast.

For under £100 that’s a whole lotta new meal ideas you could put into action. 

Afternoon, it’s Molly here logging back on for the afternoon to find you the prices on air fryers you need to know about.

Let’s talk air fryer prices. It may be Black Friday, but more people are looking for air fryers than ever before, which means a few sellers have ramped up prices to meet demand. 

Luckily, we’ve been in the air fryer game for a few years, so we know an overpriced fryer when we see one. 

How much does an air fryer cost? 

Typically, they are pretty pricey. The cheapest model in our buying guide has an RRP of £60, and a Ninja or Instant Dual Zone will often sell for over £200. But if you see a basic-looking model for over £150, it’s probably overpriced. 

Cheaper models will typically be from lesser-known brands available at Amazon, Wayfair etc. Some of them are brilliant, but we’ve not tried all of them, so we’re going off specs and reviews alone when we recommend them to you. 

Koolatron 3.6L Air Fryer | was £129.66, now £114.91 at Wayfair (opens in new tab)

It’s been a while since we checked in at Wayfair, and surprise surprise, most of their air fryers are sold out. However, we did find one called the Koolatron, which we hope is as awesome as it sounds. 

It’s got a dishwasher-safe non-stick pan and stainless steel basket, and seven cooking modes to choose from. ‘Kool’ indeed. 

Tefal EasyFry Precision 2-in-1 Digital Air Fryer and Grill | was £134.99, now £104 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

The Tefal EasyFry Precision 2-in-1 Digital Air Fryer is on our to-review list, but it looks like a good’un. It’s also 19% off right now, so we couldn’t not tell you about it. 

What makes this one different is its sizzling grill plate – their words, not ours. It’s got BBQ-like grooves that will give your chicken or veggies that iconic grill marking when you pop them into the air fryer. How very fancy. 

DASH Tasti-Crisp Electric Air Fryer | was £128.80, now £106.63 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Ooooh, look what I’ve spotted. DASH is a big brand in the USA, and they were on the air fryer buzz a fair few years before us, making this one a seasoned veteran. 

The Tasti-Crisp has a big fanbase, and I’m surprised to see it so reasonably priced over here. On sale, no less! Save 14% and get your Thanksgiving on. 

Instant air fryer

(Image credit: Future)

Instant Vortex 2QT 4-in-1 Air Fryer | was £85.50, now £81.85 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

My favourite air fryer is back in stock, and I am EXCITED! I love this little guy, and I keep it very busy in my own flat. For context, there are two of us in a cramped little London kitchen, so there’s no room for a dual zone in my home. 

It’s only on sale in the white colour, but that’s the one I have and it’s remained spotless in the bustle of my kitchen. 

Hello shoppers, it’s Millie Fender here giving Molly a well-earned lunch break. Will she be air-frying her lunch? My money’s on yes. 

I’m Head of Reviews at Ideal Home and I’ve tested countless air fryers, so I’m on a quest to find you some in-stock deals for your perusal. Stay tuned…

Salter Dual Air Fryer 8L | £139 at Very  (opens in new tab)

Another Salter Dual Air Fryer is now back in stock at Very – and this one is even bigger. It might make a useful addition to your Christmas dinner cooking set-up this year.

We’d get going to the Very website sharpish.

Swan11L Digital Air Fryer Oven | £89.00 at Very (opens in new tab) 

This air fryer looks like a dupe for the Tower Xpress Pro (which is also on sale at Tower (opens in new tab)), but comes in at under £100. 

An affordable buy and I think the biggest capacity I’ve ever seen in an air fryer at 11 litres.

Salter Dual Zone Air Fryer 7.4L | £129 at Very – BACK IN STOCK! (opens in new tab)

Another dual zone air fryer in stock?! I almost can’t believe my eyes. This time the Salter, which I’m currently testing out at home. 

I love it, and it has a huge capacity without being too bulky.

Ninja Foodi MAX Dual Zone AF400UK 9.5L Air Fryer IN STOCK | £230.00 at Argos (opens in new tab)

It’s a Black Friday miracle! The Ninja Foodi MaX Dual Zone is showing as in stock at Argos. RUN! 

Tower Vortex 4L Air Fryer for £35 when you spend £60 at Iceland (opens in new tab)

Oooo this is a good one! Spend £60 on anything you like at Iceland, and then you can grab a fab Tower air fryer for just £35.

Those Quorn nuggets are going straight in our basket.

Image of Tefal 3 in 1 air fryer

(Image credit: Future/Tefal)

Tefal EasyFry 3-in-1 XXL Digital Air Fryer | was £189.99, now £180.00 at Amazon  (opens in new tab)

Looking for the Tefal 3 in 1 air fryer? Good news, it’s on sale. 

When our freelancer reviewed it, she said it was a “great appliance that can be used for all manner of foods”. It’s also seriously big, which is great for those with more portions to cook up.

EMtronics EMDAF9LD Dual Air Fryer | was £279.99, now £229.95 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Dual air fryer on sale!

Full transparency, this isn’t a brand we’ve tried yet, but we’ve scoped out the user reviews and most are positive. It’s got 9 litres of space, which is ideal for families.

Sur La Table 7.6L Dual Basket Air Fryer | £168.99 at eBay (opens in new tab)

We’ve noticed an even better price on this Sur La Table air fryer we pointed out earlier. You can get it in brand new condition from eBay right now.

Tower T17072 Vortx Vizion Digital Air Fryer | £149.00 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Another not-on-sale-but-so-good-I had-to-mention-it air fryer. 

I own this Tower number and it served me faithfully every single day, until I gave it to my mum, who now loves it equally as much. 

A family fave with a huge viewing window and really easy to use controls, what’s not to like?

COSORI Lite Air Fryer | £99.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

It’s not on sale, at least not yet, but we had to give a shout-out to the COSORI Lite, which we love. I reviewed it and seeing as it was a brand I hadn’t heard of before, I was super impressed. 

I love the colour, and it has loads of features you don’t always get in more pricey air fryers like preheat, reheat, and shake reminders. 

Breaking up the stream of deals to say that if you’re buying an air fryer today, save yourself future stress and also pick up a Dishomatic at Amazon (opens in new tab) while you’re at it. There’s nothing better for cleaning your grill plate. 

Sur La’ Table Dual Basket Air Fryer | was £209.05, now £193.42 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

I’ve seen a LOT of chatter online about this air fryer (I believe it was sold at Costco in store recently for super cheap) and now it’s reduced. Happy days!

Sur La’ Table is an American brand, and this import looks pretty good to us, with a sleek design and touch interface, and those all-important two baskets.

Finding any dual zone air fryer in stock right now is a miracle, but on sale for under £200 too? We’d jump on this one FAST.

Ninja Foodi Grill

(Image credit: Future/Ninja)

Ninja Foodi MAX Health Grill & Air Fryer | £249.99 at Ninja (opens in new tab)

It’s Ninja stock-check time! And guys, it’s still pretty bleak I’m afraid. HOWEVER, allow me to introduce you to the humble health grill. These come with air frying baskets that can be used to cook chicken, veggies, well… just about everything. I’ve not tried it, but our reviewer Helen has. Here’s what she had to say:

“I found that despite its relatively small capacity, the air fry basket felt roomy and there’s definitely a benefit to being able to spread out foods like fries, instead of having to pile them high like in a traditional basket. But the downside is that it’s a chunky appliance and it’s not ideal if you’re short on space.”

Tower T17023 Air Fryer Oven | was £44.99, now £41.23 at Amazon



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