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Argos shoppers snap up game-changing air fryer ‘better than Ninja’

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Shoppers are reportedly “going wild” after Currys restocked the Ninja Foodi Dual Zone air fryer, which is being hailed as “the best air fryer out there”.

The appliance is so popular it continues to sell out rapidly, but Argos is now selling a game-changing air fryer that shoppers are comparing to the Ninja. It even boasts a cheaper price tag. 

According to the Manchester Evening News, as well as being cheaper than the Ninja alternative, Argos’ version has an additional feature that saves even more electricity – glass panels so you don’t have to open the doors to check on your food. 

If you do want a Ninja Foodi Dual Zone air fryer, they’re in stock on the SantSolu website for £299.99. The Instant Vortex ClearCook costs £200 on the Argos website, and is WELL worth the money.

The product description reads: “Take your air frying to the next level with the ultimate convenience of Dual Air Fryer Baskets. Use Sync Cook for bigger portions and mirror settings in both drawers, or use Sync Finish to automatically align finish times when each drawer is set to different cooking cycles.

“The ClearCook see-through window on each drawer means you can check on cooking progress without opening the basket, keeping all heat inside so your recipes cook faster than an oven, and more energy efficient too. Dual drawers with separate controls, so you can double up cooking or cook two different foods at the same time.”

One five-star reviewer wrote: “Really good because you can even use frozen food in it, and it cooks in minutes. Food comes out perfectly, not hard or over done, still moist inside. Sausages, pizzas and fish in minutes.”

Another said: “Worth spending the extra cash on getting this version with the glass front so you can see the food cooking…especially if this is your first air fryer! Very easy to figure out how to use properly with sync cook etc.”

A third raved: “I have not stopped using this since it was purchased it cooks everything quicker and to perfection, the dual basket and sync finish are a great feature, I would recommend this air fryer to anyone.”

Journalist Rachel Pugh also adds: “I’ve the Instant Vortex ClearCook air fryer myself, and I can honestly say it’s the best thing I’ve ever had in my kitchen. I’ve been able to cook a whole roast in it, and the roast potatoes are PERFECTION (they cook in 20 minutes). Because the Instant Vortex ClearCook has a glass front it means you don’t have to keep opening and disrupting the cooking to check on the progress of your food – saving even more electricity than your bog-standard air fryer. 

“The Instant Vortex ClearCook also beeps to remind you to turn your food over – great when you’re cooking things like chips and chicken breasts. I honestly couldn’t reccomend this air fryer enough.

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“There’s also loads of settings – including roast, bake, air fry, dehydrate and grill. It also reheats and keeps your food warm, so it really is a product that does everything.

“It is expensive at £200, but if you have that sort of money to spend, I’d recommend it. You can buy the Instant Vortex ClearCook for £200 on the Argos website.”

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