Air-fryers have firmly cemented themselves as the must-have modern appliance. They're the tool of choice if you're looking to make foods with a crisp finish, while also using less oil thanks to their ability to circulate hot air efficiently.


If you've thought about buying an air-fryer for a while, now is the ideal time to snap up a saving on some of the top-rated models out there, including £41.99 off the Ninja Foodi MAX Health grill and air fryer from Amazon – that's a saving of 16%. There's also 15% off the Cosori Air-Fryer Lite from Cosori, with a saving of £50.

We'll be continuing to check the models in our air-fryers buyer's guide for any changes in price to ensure you get the biggest and best air-fryer deals.

Our team of expert reviewers have put all the air-fryers in this list to the test, looking at quality of food, ease of use, ease of cleaning, value for money and quality of materials, then scored each model out of five. Read more about how BBC Good Food tests products.

The cost-of-living crisis is also still affecting lots of UK households, with many of us seeking out low-wattage appliances that can help to keep energy costs lower in the long-run. You can find more advice about this in your guide to energy-efficient cooking, plus tips and advice on how to clean an air-fryer and what not to cook in an air-fryer.

For recipes, resources and ideas for how to eat well on a budget, discover our Cook Smart campaign. Or visit our reviews section and discover more than 600 practical buyer's guides offering unbiased advice on what equipment is worth investing in. Find everything from the best food processors to larger white goods such as the best microwaves and best dishwashers.

Best air-fryer deals at a glance

  • Ninja – save up to £40 on selected air-fryers
  • Cosori – deals across selected air-fryers and multi-cookers
  • Amazon – discounts across a range of product categories
  • Very – deals in the 'Very Big Sale' live, ends today
  • Currys – save on small and large appliances
  • Robert Dyas – end-of-season sale now on
  • Lakeland – save on the entire Lakeland air-fryer range
  • Boots Appliances – save on dishwashers, fridge freezers, ovens and more
  • – discounts on fridge freezers, ovens and dishwashers
  • Argos – offers across home and kitchenware
  • Appliances Direct – up to 40% off in the end-of-season sale
  • John Lewis and Partners – save up to £50 on selected air-fryers
  • JD Williams – up to £155 off top-rated air-fryers

Don’t forget, all of the retailers offering air-fryer deals are competing for your attention, so will be keeping just as much of an eye on other brands' prices as their own. We’ve also seen John Lewis and Partners, Currys and AO offer a price-match promise. When you’ve spotted a price that appeals to you, look out for added extras, such as free delivery.

Best air-fryer deals 2023

Ninja Foodi MAX Dual Zone air-fryer

Best air-fryer for families

Ninja Dual Zone air fryer AF400Uk with BBC Good Food accreditation badge

Star rating: 5/5

This sleek-looking air-fryer from Ninja comes with the handy sync function you get with most dual-drawer models, which allows you to programme both drawers simultaneously, even when cooking at different times and temperatures. This particular model also arrived in mostly recyclable packaging, which is a big win on the sustainability front.

It has a large capacity so it's an ideal choice for families of four-plus, and while it takes up a big chunk of the counter, it's versatile enough to guarantee everyday use. Now's the perfect time to snap it up for a fraction of the RRP.

Wattage: 2470W

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Ninja Foodi MAX Health grill and air fryer

Best blowout multifunctional air fryer

Ninja Foodi MAX Health Grill & Air Fryer AG551UK

Star rating: 5/5

This multifunctional Ninja model not only air fries, but roasts, bakes, dehydrates and grills, too. It was a fantastic performer on our air frying tests and notably impressive when it came to grilling. The large, flat internal surface makes it particularly adept when roasting meats. A versatile model well worth snapping up while it's on offer.

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Read our full Ninja Foodi MAX Health grill and air fryer review.

Wattage: 2460W

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Ninja Air-Fryer Max AF160UK

Best air-fryer for quick baking

Ninja Air Fryer Max

Star rating: 5/5

This air-fryer is a great all-rounder, offering six cooking functions that include air-fry, max crisp, roast, dehydrate and re-heat, but we were particularly impressed by the performance of its baking mode. Often the function that lets other models down, this Ninja's round tray and adjustable time and temperature created an evenly baked apple & almond cake with a nice rise in the middle.

Read our full Ninja Air-Fryer Max AF160UK review.

Wattage: 1750W

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Breville Halo Rotisserie air-fryer

Best rotisserie air-fryer for chips

A black air fryer against a white background with a star buy badge next to it

Star rating: 5/5

This boxy air-fryer is a multifunctional piece of kit. It comes with all the attachments for air-frying, chips and cooking rotisserie chicken. We loved the oven-style door and interior, as well as the large window and internal lights. There are plenty of functions to get to know and the touchscreen interface makes it a joy to use.

Read our full Breville Halo Rotisserie air-fryer review.

Wattage: 2000W

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Instant Vortex Plus dual air-fryer

Best dual-drawer air-fryer

Instant Vortex Dual air fryer

Star rating: 5/5

This dual-drawer model was one of the smallest we tested, and is able to cook a main and sides for four to six people thanks to its combined 7.5-litre capacity. The SyncFinish function also allows different functions to finish cooking at the same time – great for plating up various dishes simultaneously.

Read our full Instant Vortex Plus dual air-fryer review.

Wattage: 1450-1700W

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Lakeland Dual-Basket air-fryer

Best air-fryer for chicken

Lakeland Dual Basket Air Fryer With Easy View 8L

Star rating: 4.5/5

Featuring eight presets, this eight-litre air-fryer is a great choice for households who want to use their gadget to cook lots of different dishes simultaneously. What makes it easy is the sync function, which automatically programmes each drawer to finish at the same time, regardless of timings and temperatures.

We liked the clear window built onto the front of this model and enjoyed being able to peek inside as our chips and chicken crisped up. Every dish we cooked was also a success, and our chicken breast in particular was juicy, tender and flavoursome.

Wattage: 2700W

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Cosori Dual Blaze Smart air-fryer

Best air-fryer for all-round even cooking without shaking

Cosori Dual Blaze 6.4L Smart air-fryer review

Star rating: 4.5/5

This Cosori air-fryer is built with clever technology that allows for even browning on both sides, which means you don't need to shake or stir your ingredients as they cook. The 360 ThermoIQ technology and thick aluminium baskets also help food to cook more quickly.

It comes with 12 presets, including vegetables and fries, as well as chicken, steak and seafood. We also liked its compact, tall design and easy-to-use touchscreen, and the fact you can operate it from a smartphone is an extra fun bonus.

Read our full Cosori Dual Blaze smart air-fryer review.

Wattage: 1700W

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Tefal EasyFry Precision 2-in-1 air-fryer and grill

Best air-fryer with grill attachment

Tefal EasyFry Precision digital air-fryer and grill

Star rating: 4.5/5

This slimline air-fryer from Tefal is equipped with eight presets for chips, meat, fish, vegetables, nuggets, roast chicken, pizza and desserts, plus manual air-fryer and grill options. Browning was a little inconsistent on a few of our tests, but this model excelled when cooking halloumi and crisp, crunchy chips.

Read our full Tefal EasyFry Precision 2-in-1 air-fryer and grill review.

Wattage: 1400W

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Cosori Air-Fryer Lite 3.8L

Cosori Air Fryer Lite 3.8L

Best WiFi-enabled air-fryer

Star rating: 4.5/5

This Cosori model impressed us with its sleek and simple design, colourful accents, and easy-to-remove grill tray – and its WiFi compatibility is a huge win on the convenience front. At the time of testing it was also one of the cheapest air-fryers to run versus other models.

It ran quietly during use, and though we had to exercise some trial-and-error during the cooking process, it produced crispy, well-sealed chips and moist, evenly cooked chicken.

Read the full Cosori Air-Fryer Lite 3.8L review.

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Cuisinart air fryer mini oven

Cuisinart air fryer mini oven

Best mid-range mini oven

Star rating: 4.5/5

If you want an appliance that does more than air frying, this mini oven from Cuisinart is a solid upgrade. It's easy to set up and has intuitive controls, with seven preset functions that span from air frying and roasting, to grilling and baking.

It also has the ability to cook 30% faster than a conventional oven, which is useful for keeping energy costs down. Some of the dials are a little stiff and the volume timer is very quiet. But the cooking results were excellent, and our apple & almond cake turned out especially well.

Read our full Cuisinart air fryer mini oven review.

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Cosori Pro 5.5-litre air-fryer

cosori airfryer 5.5l high res with star badge

Best large capacity air-fryer for affordability

Star rating: 4.5/5

Already our best air-fryer for affordability, you can now pick this model up for even cheaper than the RRP. We loved the boxy, smart design, as well as the clear and intuitive control panel. There are a wealth of presets to explore as well as a manual setting so you can cook food exactly to your liking. Chips were cooked well, but they could have been more crisp.

Read our full Cosori Pro 5.5L air-fryer review.

Wattage: 1700W

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Tefal ActiFry Genius XL 2 in 1 YV970840

Best air-fryer for versatility

Tefal air-fryer with highly recommended badge

Star rating: 4.5/5

Distinct and striking in design, this circular-shaped air-fryer includes containers and baskets for multi-level cooking.

In test, we achieved good results with very little oil. And the central paddle inside ensures food is evenly coated and evenly cooked.

We particularly liked the large window on top of the lid, which allowed us to check on the progress without interfering with the cooking process.

Read the full Tefal ActiFry Genius XL review.

Wattage: 1500W

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Swan Duo 13-in-1 air-fryer

Swan Duo air fryer

Star rating: 4/5

Featuring two four-litre drawers, this air-fryer is a brilliant choice if you've got a number of mouths to feed or you like to cook for a crowd. Its interface is less sophisticated than some of the other models we've tested, but the test recipes cooked well on the whole, and excelled on our halloumi test.

Wattage: up to 1700W

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Zwilling air-fryer

zwilling air fryer

Star rating: 3.5/5

The Zwilling air-fryer's distinct design makes it a great choice for small, modern kitchens. It also cooked up a delicious batch of chips and chicken breast very well, too. It moved around a little on the countertop, which was disappointing. Because of its small footprint, we feel it's better suited to households of one or two.

Wattage: 1400W

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Tower Vortex 5-in-1 11-litre air-fryer

Best air-fryer for roasting chicken

Tower air fryer

Star rating: 3.5/5

If you’re a fan of rotisserie chicken, this Tower model produced a fabulously juicy and crisp small chicken in around 50 minutes.

Sides like chips and wedges were well cooked in this model, but we found we had to move the shelves around to ensure the best cook.

But, like the Tefal in this list, we loved the large viewing window and additional interior light. Read the full Tower Vortex 5-in-1 air-fryer review.

Wattage: 2000W

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How do we find air-fryer deals?

When searching for air-fryers on sale, we look at a whole host of retailer sites to see what they’re offering. Big retailers, including Amazon, John Lewis and Partners, have dedicated sale days where we find the best deals.

We’ve found that prices can change a couple of times a day as retailers compete with each other, so we track all the prices to ensure you’re always getting the best deal and update this page accordingly.

But we don’t just look to big retailers, we also look at smaller ones, too, as they may be offering a price that their larger counterparts cannot. Our aim is to find you the best price and the biggest air-fryer deals, whatever the retailer.

How do we select air-fryer deals?

You’ll notice that there are plenty of air-fryer deals around, but those that feature in this list are the best performers of more than 40 of those shortlisted, tested and reviewed by BBC Good Food experts.

Each was put to the test using Good Food's thoroughly tested recipes, designed to assess both their performance on everyday kitchen tasks but also challenge the additional functions to identify any weaknesses. Visit our full guide to the best air-fryers to find our top-rated picks and those that achieved the highest star ratings.

Are air-fryers worth the hype?

Known for their versatility, air-fryers are able to perform multiple functions. You can bake, roast, dehydrate and grill in almost all of the models we’ve tested, plus many more functions. It’s impressive to see how much is packed into their compact countertop footprint.

Not only does an air-fryer save you precious counter space, they’re often cheaper to run than ovens, particularly if you’re only heating up food for one or two.

Air-fryers work by circulating hot air to cook and crisp food to achieve that 'fried' texture and flavour, rather than using vats of oil – making air-fryers a healthier alternative to deep-fat frying. Plus there’s considerably less mess.

Not just reserved for chips, use your air-fryer for air-fryer chicken breasts, buffalo cauliflower wings, air-fryer sausages, air-fryer salmon, air-fryer doughnuts and much more.

How much does an air-fryer cost?

Prices can vary depending on the size, capacity and versatility of the machine. Prices for standard air-fryers tend to begin at around £50, though those at the lower end of the spectrum may require you to do some pre-cooking before you start.

For a basic air-fryer, we recommend looking at those around the £100 mark for something efficient. For more versatile and multifunctional appliances, we’ve seen prices reach the £300+ mark, but these models tend to serve as an extension of the oven, so are equally well worth the price.

How to get a good air-fryer deal

  • Read reviews: it’s easy to get swayed by a great looking deal, but there’s every chance the model you’ve got your eye on could be a dud. Our reviews experts have tested more than 40 different air-fryers so really do know the very best models around. Each test and review is impartial and offers up-to-date advice on the products actually worth buying.
  • Set a budget and stick to it: sales like these are excellent opportunities to save money so, in order to make the most of those savings, set a budget and try to stick to it.
  • When you see a price you're happy with, buy it: many air-fryer deals will only be available for a short amount of time.
  • Utilise tools to alert you to good prices: for example, CamelCamelCamel will show you the price history of Amazon products.

How to calculate your kWH cost

While air-fryers can be cheaper to run than a conventional oven, they do vary in energy efficiency. To calculate how much energy your appliance uses, simply multiply its wattage by the number of hours it is used per day. Then, divide that total by 1,000 to get the gadget's daily kilowatt-hour (kWh).

The cost per kWh can vary depending on what your energy tariff is, plus where you live. If you have a smart meter in your home, you'll be able to see the cost per use as you cook without having to do this calculation.

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