The best Cyber Monday air fryer deals with money off Ninja, Instant Pot, Tower and more

Save big and get a cheap air fryer with the best deals and offers in the sales

best Cyber Monday air fryer deals
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Air fryers were a lockdown sensation, both with people who wanted to eat chips with fewer calories and foodies interested in trying new flavour combinations and cooking techniques. The result was a boom not unlike the one for Instant Pots a few years ago. Not surprisingly, the best Cyber Monday deals already include price cuts on numerous air fryers including some of the very best air fryers.

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The ones I've picked out here start with the Instant Pot Duo Crisp + Air Fryer (opens in new tab), which is an Instant Pot that is also an air fryer. So with that one you're getting two of the most popular cooking products of the last five years in a single device. A single device, with two lids, in fact.

Already got an Instant Pot? Try the Philips Essential XL Air Fryer (opens in new tab). This loses the pressure/slow cook element to focus fully on good, old-fashioned air frying, like mama used to make.

If both of the above are a bit rich for your tastes there are also two large air fryers at rock bottom prices, from Breville: the Halo Air Fryer (opens in new tab) and perhaps best of all, the Halo Rotisserie Air Fryer (opens in new tab), which is also a rotisserie, obviously. So you can skewer and spit roast to your heart's content, like a 21st century Henry VIII. 

Remember: these offers must end soon. Don't wait for the best Cyber Monday deals; strike while the iron is hot.

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Instant Pot Duo Crisp + Air Fryer was £180, now £100 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £80 – a third off the RRP – on this 11-in-1 multi cooker from Instant Pot, the inventor and instigator of such things. The big bonus here is that when you whip off the pressure cooker lid and put the heating element one on instead, it becomes an air fryer. So now you can slow cook, roast, pressure cook and air fry in one device. It also does 8 other things, since it is an 11-in-1 multi cooker. DEAL. 

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Tower T17021 was £70, now £41 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
With £31off this cheap air fryer from the UK's best selling  purveyor of such things is now really cheap. It has the functionality of more expensive models, with a 4.3-litre 'family size' capacity, and a 60-minute timer. You may not need all of that, since air vortex tech means you can cook a batch of chips to golden perfection in just 15 minutes.

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Breville Halo Rotisserie Air Fryer was £160, now £105 (opens in new tab)
Get a big £55 saving (36%) on this BIG air fryer. All air fryers are essentially small fan ovens, but with a 10-litre capacity, glass door and shelves this is really a small fan oven. Cooking functions include air frying, baking, roasting and everyone's favourite: dehydrating. Best of all, though, the Rotisserie Air Fryer comes with a spit for chickens and a rotating drum for chips and fries. The result is mesmerising to watch and doubtless truly mouth-watering to taste.

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Ninja Foodi MAX SmartLid OL750UK was £269, now £229 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
At £40 off this monster, 7.5-litre, 15-in-1 multi cooker gets a relatively small price cut but it's arguably the best such cooker you can get, so it's still worthy of consideration. This one out-Instant Pots Instant Pot by incorporating an air fryer without the need to change the lid. The 15 cooking modes include a brilliant steam roast setting as well as the usual pressure cook/slow cook/sear/ etc. A temperature probe makes cooking meat and fish all but foolproof.

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Tefal ActiFry Genius XL 2in1 was £285, now £151 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Will you look at the size of this big mother – and it's nearly half-price today, with a discount of £134. As you can see, and tell from the name, this lets you cook too things at once, so you can do the chips in the lower compartment while you air fry chicken above. The Tefal times it to perfection and stirs your food as it cooks.

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Philips Essential XL Air Fryer was £230 Now £120 (opens in new tab)
Almost half price, this deal sees £110 hewn from the price of this 'extra large' air fryer. Rapid Air Technology gives healthy and delicious results, with an emphasis on crispiness. The 7-litre capacity is enough for 'up to 5 meal portions or 1.2 kg of fries' and you could cram a chicken in as well, should the mood take you. Fuel for all the family.

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Breville Halo Air Fryer was £110, now £55 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Half price! Breville also does this air fryer without a rotisserie function. It's comparatively rather boring then – features include 'presets for chips, chicken, vegetables, steak and fish' – but on the other hand, it is very cheap. It will help you fry, bake, roast, sauté or grill up a storm, with the frying portion using 99.5% less oil than a deep. fat fryer.

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Duncan's current brief is everything to do with the home and kitchen, which is good because he is an excellent cook, if he says so himself. He also covers cycling and ebikes – like over-using italics, this is another passion of his. Duncan also edits T3's golf section because fuck it, someone has to. Dave Usher does all the real work on that bit, though. In his long and varied lifestyle-tech career he is one of the few people to have been a fitness editor despite being unfit and a cars editor for not one but two websites, despite being unable to drive. He also has about 400 vacuum cleaners, and is possibly the UK's leading expert on cordless vacuum cleaners, despite being decidedly messy. A cricket fan for over 30 years, he also recently become T3's cricket editor, writing about how to stream obscure T20 tournaments, and turning out some typically no-nonsense opinions on the world's top teams and players.

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