Best air fryers 2022: Which? Best Buys and expert buying advice - Which? (2023)

Compared with deep fat fryers, air fryers are a more healthy way to fry food. They use hot air and less cooking oil - or sometimes even no oil at all - to cook. What's not to like?

We test air fryers extensively and have found big differences between the best and worst: some turn out delicious golden chips, while others leave you with a half-raw, half-burned mess.

Our tips will help you choose the best type of air fryer for your needs and help you avoid being lumbered with an expensive gadget that you never use.

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Best air fryers for 2022

In the table below, we've selected some of the best-rated air fryers from our rigorous air fryer tests, which include a chip taste test by our experts.

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How to buy the best air fryer

Air fryers are fairly new kitchen gadgets. Debuting in 2010, they’ve become beloved as a healthier alternative to the deep-fryer while retaining a lot of the taste and crispness that people look for in deep-fried foods.

We find that foods made in an air fryer, and chips in particular, do have a fried quality. But if you're used to deep-fried food, then you won't be fooled: most people can taste the difference.

If you're thinking of buying one of these cool new kitchen gadgets, these are some of the important factors you should consider:

  • Capacity Most air fryers can cook around 800g (around four portions) of chips. Some can manage up to twice as much. If you've got lots of people to cater for opt for a larger capacity, or a model with double-level cooking.
  • Worktop and storage space Air fryer designs differ but some are huge and heavy. The Ninja OP450UK for example is 36cm high and 42cm wide, and weighs 10kg out of the box. Some also come with lots of extra accessories that you'll need to find storage for. If you're short on space, it's worth looking at more compact models.
  • Power cable lengthWe always list this in our reviews because it can determine how close you'll need to site your air fryer to the mains.
  • Digital or manual controls Digital models can make it easier to see how much cooking time is left. Some even come with smartphone control via an app.
  • Dishwasher-proof parts This can help save on cleaning time.

Air fryer types explained

The model you pick affects how much space you have to cook with, and how much effort you have to put in. These are the main types:

  • Air fryers with a pull-out tray (e.g. Philips Airfryer)These have a tray or basket you add food to and slot in, you usually can't check progress without pulling out your food.
  • Air fryers with a bowl (e.g. Tefal Actifry)These have a wider bowl with a viewing window in the lid so you can check on the food without disturbing the process. They sometimes have a stirring paddle too, though we’ve found this doesn't always make for better results.

Air fryers vs deep fat fryers

Despite both having 'fryer' in their name, air fryers and deep fat fryers work quite differently. Air fryers are often referred to by manufacturers as healthy or low-fat fryers, as they use hot air and a small amount of oil to cook the chips by convection. The results are more akin to oven chips than traditional chip-shop chips. Deep fat fryers submerge chips in hot oil to cook them, giving a crispier but fattier result.

We've broken down the differences between the two, including how they work, what their chips taste like and how to choose, in our guide to how to buy the best deep fat fryer.

Air fryers vs multicookers

The home appliance market changes over time and new trends emerge. Right now, countertop cooking appliances are becoming bigger, bulkier and more feature-laden as they take on a multitude of cooking tasks, from air frying and pressure cooking, to steaming and slow cooking.

We’ve tested pressure cookers and multicookers that also work as air fryers, like the Ninja OP350UK and the . These have separate lids for pressure cooking and air frying, and do a number of other jobs, too. All this versatility comes at a premium though, so if you’re tempted by fancy features, consider whether you’ll really use them all. If you just want batches of chips and the odd chicken drumstick cooked, a simpler, cheaper air fryer will do the job just as well.

Best air fryer features to consider

What are the best air fryer features to consider? Here are a few useful options:

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Stirring paddle

Some air fryers come with a paddle that automatically moves the food around as it cooks. This should save you from having to stir and turn it over yourself and ensures that your food cooks evenly - provided it works. We've found that some air fryers that stir your food for you don't do a very good job of it, so while a stirring paddle does make it more likely that your food will be evenly cooked, it's not guaranteed.

Air fryers with a stirring paddle can usually also be used without the paddle in, so you can cook more delicate foods in the air fryer without the paddle breaking them up into pieces.

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Rotating baskets

Some air fryers can be set to work at a tilted angle. This tilt, combined with the rotating bowl, is designed to have a similar effect to the paddle, ensuring chips get tumbled around for even cooking.

Digital vs manual timers

All air fryers have timers that allow you to set how long you want your food to cook for, and show you how much cooking time is left. Some, such as the Philips Viva Airfryer and Russell Hobbs Purifry, have manual dials that you turn to set the time, but most other air fryers, including the Tefal Actifry, have digital timers instead. A digital timer can make it easier to see at a glance how much time is left on the clock.

Temperature control

With the Philips Viva Airfryer, and a few other air fryers, you can set the temperature you want the food to cook at. Typically, you can choose anything from 80°C to 200°C.

This could be handy if you want more control over your cooking. However, we've found that temperature controls don't necessarily mean your food will cook better; some air fryers without temperature controls did much better in our tests than some of those that had them.

Smart controls

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A 'smart' air fryer is one you can control from your phone or tablet. You select the recipe you want to use from the app, which then sends instructions to the air fryer to cook the food to a particular temperature and length of time.

You can keep an eye on the cooking time using the app on your phone, and it will let you know once cooking is finished.

This is a fairly uncommon feature and products with smart capabilities that we've tested have come and gone from the market. But when we come across any more, we'll be sure to flag them.

Grill mode

Some air fryers, like the Ninja Foodi MAX AG551UK, give you the option of grilling your food instead of air frying it, which could come in particularly handy for cooking meat or fish.

Extra cooking rack

Some models, like the Tefal Actifry 2-in-1 and the Ninja Foodi Dual Zone, have a second compartment that allows you to cook two different types of food at once, so you could make steak and chips without having to mix them together.

This could either be an extra level - as on the Actifry 2-in-1, a smaller basket that fits within the main cooking bowl, or a second compartment of even dimensions.

Dishwasher-safe parts

You need to wash your air fryer every time you use it, so you might appreciate being able to put the various parts in the dishwasher and let it do the work. Ideally, the basket/bowl, lid and stirring paddle should all be dishwasher safe, although this isn't always the case.

Our reviews also tell you how easy each fryer is to clean by hand, so you know which fryers are more trouble than they're worth.

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What size air fryer should I buy?

It depends on how many people you're cooking for and how much space you have. The smallest air fryers we've tested can hold up to 800g of food - that's about four portions of chips. It's roughly equivalent to what you can fit on two baking trays in the oven.

Most air fryers can cook at least four portions in one go. If you typically only cook for four people or less, any of the air fryers we've tested should be big enough. But if you want the option of using the air fryer to cook for more people - or you just have a particularly hungry family - air fryers such as the Tefal Actifry 2 in 1 or Tefal Actifry Express XL can fit almost twice as much (1.5kg).

Air fryers vary quite a lot in size and shape, and can take up quite a lot of worktop space. We list the dimensions and any useful storage features, such as a retractable cord, as part of our reviews.

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How much do I need to spend to get a good air fryer?

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Air fryers start from around £60, but models with extra features - such as control via an app on your phone or multiple compartments that let you cook two foods at once - will set you back well over £200. The cheapest models will usually have a smaller capacity too.

  • The average cost of the air fryers we've tested was £145 in September 2022.
  • We’ve tested one air fryer that scored 70% or over in our tests which cost under £100.
  • In the 70%+ score range, nine air fryers cost over £200.

Don't Buy air fryers

There is a correlation between price and quality with air fryers, but this does not mean that all expensive air fryers are good, nor the opposite. In our tests, some cheaper air fryers were so poor we named them Don't Buys. We also found some pricier models that gave disappointing results - including soggy, limp or tasteless chips.

The hallmarks of a bad air fryer include:

  • Uneven cooking, with parts of the food burnt and other parts undercooked
  • Programmes consistently giving poor results, an issue that’s compounded when there’s no visibility into the air fryer
  • A poor user experience, with complicated and unclear controls, parts that aren’t dishwasher-safe, and issues with the construction of the appliance
  • Poor temperature accuracy, with massive differences between settings and actual cooking results
  • High energy consumption

We’ve tested 11 air fryers that have low scores. One of them, a Don’t Buy, cooked up such a bad batch of chips, that our expert remarked that they couldn’t eat a whole serving.

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What can I cook in my air fryer?

Air fryers are essentially countertop fan ovens and are just as versatile. They can be used to prepare a huge variety of foods. Any food that does well when roasted, baked or fried will do well in your air fryer.

As well as chicken and chips, other popular choices include potatoes, roasted vegetables, falafel, fish, pizza and even baked goods such as cookies and cakes.

Air fryers can also be useful for quickly cooking and crisping up frozen foods and snacks such as fish fingers, chicken nuggets, spring rolls and pies.

Things you should avoid putting in your air fryer include fresh greens, cheese and any food covered in wet batter. Cooking whole roasts such as roast chicken can also be problematic, so joint your bird first before frying.

Some air fryer manufacturers offer starter recipes to get you going: take a look at these Ninja Foodi recipes, Tower recipes and Philips recipes.

Is it possible to repair a broken air fryer?

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If you're out of warranty then getting your air fryer replaced can be very expensive, so much so that it's worthwhile wondering if you should even bother. Air fryers have fairly short guarantees, usually one or two years, so you'll only be covered for a brief period of time after purchase.

Some manufacturers sell spare parts for air fryers but for the most part, you can only buy parts that are readily accessible and easily exchanged. Buying spare racks and baskets is easy, but internal components are generally too hard to access and not sold separately.

  • Ninja sells parts like baskets and racks for their air fryers, though no internal components.
  • Philips sells dials, handles, baskets, racks and more.
  • Tefal has a fairly extensive spare parts shop, though for air fryers, you're only likely to be able to get spare paddles, baskets, drawers, components that are readily accessible.
  • Tower sell pots, lids, baskets, thermometers, pressure regulators and more.

As a general rule, if you've broken something detachable from your air fryer then you might be in luck. If something more complicated has gone wrong, like an internal component has stopped working or if performance has nosedived because of the heating element or the fan, then you'll need to fix it yourself or take it in for repair.

Air fryers have only been around for a decade, and it's only recently that they've seriously grown in popularity. As they become more of a kitchen mainstay, we'll have a better idea of how long they last, and which models have proven to be the most durable in the UK's kitchens.

How should I dispose of an old air fryer?

According to Recycle Now, around one million tonnes of electrical and electronic waste are generated every year. Every item that has either a plug, a charger, batteries or carries a crossed-out wheelie bin logo can be recycled, and that includes air fryers.

  • Some shops, such as Currys, will collect and recycle old appliances when delivering new ones – check the store website for details.
  • You can arrange for an electrical waste collection through your local council.
  • Take the appliance to your local council recycling/reuse centre.

Appliances that are still working can be reused. If your old blender is still working, donate it to charity (many offer collections), sell it, or take it to your local council recycling/reuse centre. You can find your nearest recycling location (including stores and council sites) using Recycle Now’s recycling locator.

Find out more in how to recycle electrical items.

How we uncover the best air fryers

We leave no stone unturned in finding the air fryers that will cook to perfection and be simple to use when you get them home. Here's a quick summary of our tests:

Quality of cooking

We challenge air fryers to cook batches of chips and a chicken, to ensure they can turn out tasty fried treats and keep meat succulent and tender. Our expert tasters rate the chips on taste, and we also scrutinise them to assess how evenly cooked they are. Some models will leave you with poorly cooked, even raw chips, or burnt ends.

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Machine performance

As well as cooking performance, we check each air fryer heats and cooks quickly, so you aren't left waiting an age for your dinner. We also check if the surfaces are cool to touch - some models get very hot during cooking. Finally, we rate how noisy each model is, to catch any particularly noisy or annoying ones.

Overall ease of use

Air frying should be a simple way to prepare food, but some models can trip you up with confusing instructions and awkward food containers. If you hate clearing up after dinner time, make sure to choose one that’s easy to clean and fits tidily into your cupboards.

To find our more, see our guide to how we test air fryers.

FAQs

What is best air fryer to purchase for the money? ›

Our top air fryer picks:
  • Best Overall Air Fryer. Ninja Max XL Air Fryer. SHOP NOW. ...
  • Best Value Air Fryer. COSORI Air Fryer. SHOP NOW. ...
  • Best Air Fryer for One Person. Dash Compact Air Fryer. $50 at Amazon. ...
  • Best Air Fryer Toaster Oven. Cuisinart Convection Toaster Oven. ...
  • Best Air Fryer With Window. Instant Pot Vortex Plus ClearCook.
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What is the #1 air fryer? ›

Best Overall: Instant Vortex 6-Quart Air Fryer

During our tests, we found this air fryer cooked with more power than the others, delivering crispy, evenly cooked food every time. That said, we did notice a whirring sound while it works, although, it's no louder than a microwave. We also love the size.

How do I choose an air fryer? ›

Size is an important factor, especially if you have a compact kitchen. A medium-size air fryer has a capacity that ranges between 3.7L to 4.1L. They are compact and so, should easily fit in most kitchens. However, there is a strong correlation between size and capacity.

Which air fryer has the most functions? ›

Best multifunctional air fryer

The Breville Smart Oven Air Fryer Pro boasts 13 preset functions: toast, bagel, bake, roast, broil, pizza, cookies, proof, air fry, dehydrate, reheat, warm, and slow cook. You can toast nine pieces of bread at a time, roast a 14-pound turkey, and fit a five-quart Dutch oven inside.

How much should you spend on an air fryer? ›

The prices of air fryers are quite variable, ranging from $30 or so on the low end to $300 or more for high-end models. However, most countertop air fryers for home use cost between $60-150.

What Cannot be cooked in air fryer? ›

Any food with a wet batter should not be placed in the air fryer. You also want to avoid putting food that has a wet batter, like corndogs or tempura shrimp, in air fryers.

What size air fryer do I need for a family of 2? ›

For Small Kitchens or Servings (2-3 people): these 3-4 qt size fryers are a great size to cook about 2 servings of chicken or fish with a few veggies on the side. These are also great for re-heating foods such as pizza, bread and air frying frozen foods.

What should I try first in air fryer? ›

Whenever we test out a new air fryer, French fries are the very first recipe we make. Homemade French fries won't feel like so much of a chore with this machine and might actually become a regular occurance once you get the hang of it.

What wattage is best for air fryers? ›

The most frequently recommended air fryer wattage is between 700 and 1500 watts of power. If you have a small air fryer, then a lower wattage may be fine. But if you have a large air fryer, then a higher wattage may be necessary.

Which is the easiest Airfryer to clean? ›

The 5 Best Easy-To-Clean Air Fryers
  • COSORI Air Fryer Max XL. Amazon. $100. ...
  • CHEFMAN Large Air Fryer Max XL. Amazon. $110. ...
  • DASH Tasti Crisp Electric Air Fryer. Amazon. $50. ...
  • Instant Vortex Pro 10 Quart Air Fryer. Amazon. $110. ...
  • Ninja Foodi 10-in-1 Pressure Cooker and Air Fryer. Amazon. ...
  • Dawn Platinum Powerwash Dish Spray (4-Pack) Amazon.
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Who makes the best and biggest air fryer? ›

A Recap of Our Recommendations
  • BEST OVERALL: COSORI Air Fryer Max XL.
  • BEST BANG FOR THE BUCK: GoWISE USA 1700-Watt 5.8-QT 8-in-1 Digital Air Fryer.
  • UPGRADE PICK: Philips Kitchen Appliances Digital Twin TurboStar.
  • BEST FOR VERSATILITY: Ninja FD401 Foodi 8-Quart 9-in-1 Deluxe XL Pressure.
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Does air fryer is worth buying? ›

Topline, air fryers just make cooking a whole lot quicker without compensating on delicious results, and food in some cases is even tastier than if you were to use your conventional oven or, try to keep it a lot healthier by using a microwave, subbing out oil or resorting to just boiling veggies...

Does Airfryer use a lot of electricity? ›

The experts at Uswitch told The Sun that if you used a 900-watt air fryer for 20 minutes, it would cost about 10p per meal. A larger 1,500-watt air fryer used for around the same amount of time, would cost almost 17p per meal.

Is Philips air fryer worth the price? ›

This appliance was consistently the very best at air frying, even with large family-size portions of healthier fried foods. Plus, it's a well-built machine and easy to use—no preheating is required. If you really love fried food without all the fat, the Philips is definitely worth the investment.

Is Airfryer consume a lot of electricity? ›

Considering that's exactly half the wattage pull of the average full-size oven from our stove calculation, we can project that the air fryer will use roughly half as much electricity to operate. Using New York's electricity prices, we safely say a standard 4-quart air fryer will cost about 25 cents per hour to run.

Why you should never cook bacon in your air fryer? ›

Because bacon is so fatty, cooking it at high temps in your air fryer will typically cause all the fat to drip off, shrinking the strips down to just the lean parts, and also potentially causing all that dripping hot fat to fill your kitchen with smoke.

Can you put raw meat in Airfryer? ›

Though you likely feel comfortable cooking pre-cooked meats that just need to be heated in an air fryer, it's always a good idea to double-check safety guidelines for cooking raw meat. According to Kitchen Snitches, the good news is that it is absolutely safe to cook raw meat in an air fryer.

Can I put aluminum foil in an air fryer? ›

It is absolutely safe to use aluminum foil in your air fryer. In fact, it can make cooking with the air fryer easier.

Is it unhealthy to cook in an air fryer? ›

Are Air-Fried Foods Better for You? By most measures, air frying is healthier than frying in oil. It cuts calories by 70% to 80% and has a lot less fat. This cooking method might also cut down on some of the other harmful effects of oil frying.

How do I prevent acrylamide in my air fryer? ›

Acrylamide can be reduced by not cooking food at a too high temperature for too long. Consumers should aim for a golden yellow colour or lighter when frying (including air frying), baking, toasting or roasting food.

Can you put frozen items in air fryer? ›

Whether you're cooking finger foods for a party or serving up snacks for the fam; Air-Fryers are perfect for cooking frozen foods.

What size air fryer can cook a whole chicken? ›

An air fryer basket within the 6- to 10-quart size range will provide enough room to roast a whole chicken, a whole pizza and pounds of finger foods.

How many Litre air fryer do I need? ›

It's a good idea to think about how many people you'll be cooking for so you know how much capacity you need; for example, a 2-4.5l capacity air fryer is fine for 1-2 people and a 4.5-10l capacity is better for 2-4 people depending on what you're air frying. The more capacity, the more food you can cook at once.

Can you put 2 foods in air fryer? ›

With an air fryer, you can prepare multiple ingredients at the same time. The separator that some of them come with the appliance will enable you to divide the ingredients in the basket or pan and cook both foods at the same time.

Should I wash my air fryer before using? ›

Ideally, your air fryer should be cleaned after every use in order to avoid charred food and gunk buildup. But there are certain parts where an occasional clean will suffice. "The parts of your air fryer that must be washed after each use are the basket, tray and pan," says Bedwyr.

Can you put metal or glass in an air fryer? ›

You can use any ovenproof dish or mold in the Airfryer, whether it is made of glass, ceramic, metal or silicone.

Do you spray food before putting it in air fryer? ›

Never Use Nonstick Spray

Spraying the basket in the air fryer with nonstick spray can damage the air fryer's nonstick coating and can make the pan unsafe for use. If you need to use a cooking spray, like when cooking breaded food items like chicken tenders, only spray the food directly before turning on the air fryer.

Are some air fryers more powerful than others? ›

Size matters when it comes to air fryer prowess but maybe not in the way you expected. A smaller air fryer means food is going to get blasted faster and more often than inside a larger model where the air has further to travel and more time to lose heat.

Does an air fryer use more electricity than a microwave? ›

No, a microwave is cheaper to run than an air fryer.

Is it cheaper to use an air fryer than an oven? ›

Is it cheaper to use an air fryer or an oven? Yes, it is cheaper to use an air fryer than an oven. The mighty machines use less energy to run than big ovens and they take less time to cook food.

Which is better digital or manual Airfryer? ›

If you are cooking often in the air fryer then definitely, pick the digital air fryer. It will save you much more time and will make the cooking process a lot easier. If you plan to cook from time to time only, pick the manual air fryer and save the money.

What is the best way to keep an air fryer clean? ›

Pull out the basket, pan, or tray and wash it in your sink with warm water and dish soap. Set it aside to dry overnight. Wipe down the interior of the fryer, including the heating element, with a damp, soapy cloth, sponge or paper towel. Wipe it again with a clean damp, cloth, and then a dry cloth.

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Is buying an air fryer worth the money? ›

Bottom line — air fryers have been trending for years, but they are only worth the buzz if they fit your lifestyle. If you have a large family, it'll take too long to make a meal to satisfy a crowd. But for couples or people looking for ways to cook quick meals with less oil, it could be the perfect kitchen upgrade.

Is an Airfryer worth the money? ›

Topline, air fryers just make cooking a whole lot quicker without compensating on delicious results, and food in some cases is even tastier than if you were to use your conventional oven or, try to keep it a lot healthier by using a microwave, subbing out oil or resorting to just boiling veggies...

What is the disadvantage of air fryer? ›

The downside

Air-frying also produces high temperatures at a very rapid rate, thus making it extremely easy to burn food. And charred food may be carcinogenic. In addition, Cucuzza adds, because most devices cook 1 to 3 pounds of food at a time, it can be challenging to air-fry meals for a large family.

What Cannot be cooked in air fryer? ›

Any food with a wet batter should not be placed in the air fryer. You also want to avoid putting food that has a wet batter, like corndogs or tempura shrimp, in air fryers.

Does the brand of air fryer matter? ›

Most air fryers use the same basic technology and therefore have very similar features. All air fryers use a hot air circulation technology to cook food, so there is no difference between air fryers in the designs. However, there are different options available for air fryers.

Does Airfryer use a lot of electricity? ›

The experts at Uswitch told The Sun that if you used a 900-watt air fryer for 20 minutes, it would cost about 10p per meal. A larger 1,500-watt air fryer used for around the same amount of time, would cost almost 17p per meal.

Is Airfryer consume a lot of electricity? ›

Considering that's exactly half the wattage pull of the average full-size oven from our stove calculation, we can project that the air fryer will use roughly half as much electricity to operate. Using New York's electricity prices, we safely say a standard 4-quart air fryer will cost about 25 cents per hour to run.

Does Airfryer consume much electricity? ›

Do air fryers use a lot of electricity? A key benefit of air fryers is that they don't use very much electricity. First of all, they don't draw a lot of wattage. And second, because they don't emit much heat, the energy they do use is efficiently focused on cooking, not heating the room.

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