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Living Basix LB100 Jet Fry Oil-Free Fryer with Adjustable Temperature Control and Timer

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  • Combines infrared and convection technologies to evenly "fry" foods such as French fries, chicken nuggets, onion rings and more without using oil
  • Adjustable temperature control ensures food is cooked to the appropriate temperature (up to 400F)
  • Closed cooking system provides a safe odor and splatter free cooking experience with a cool touch exterior
  • Compact size - easily fits on a kitchen counter and blends in with existing appliances
  • Dishwasher safe fry bowl and basket

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13.5 x 11 x 13 inches ; 12.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 17 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00D3O07DA
  • Item model number: LB100
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,044 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

The Living Basix Jet Fry Oil-Free Fryer makes cooking quick, convenient and most importantly, healthy! This unique product makes crisp, succulent fried food with little to no oil. Using a combination of infrared and convection cooking technologies, the Jet Fry Oil-Free Fryer reaches an internal temperature of up to 400F and evenly circulates hot air to cook chicken wings, French fries and onion rings with the same crunchy exterior and moist interior produced by conventional deep fryers. You can also use the Jet Fry to bake or broil meats and vegetables. Virtually all of the cooking oil is absorbed by the food, eliminating strong odors as well as the hassle of disposing of large quantities of used oil. The Living Basix Jet Fry Oil-Free Fryer has multiple adjustable temperatures as well as a programmable timer. The inner components are also dishwasher safe for easy maintenance. ETl-listed.

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It was hasselfree and cleaning was very easy.
mollie insixiengmay
It is hard to imagine how you can fry food without oil but the air fryer actually works.
David Wright
Frozen fries, fish sticks, chicken strips, etc. cook perfectly every time.
Z. Oliver

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

41 of 43 people found the following review helpful By R. Majors on February 8, 2014
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We use this almost every day at our second home. We have the Phillips at our main home so we can compare the two fairly accurately. Basically, it works very will and we use it for fish, okra, crab cakes, sausage, chicken, pretty much anything that would have otherwise gone in a frying pan with some oil. While the Phillips is slightly larger, we can make the same portion in both. The Phillips seems slightly more efficient but it's hardly noticeable. The key difference, as you might expect, are quality. The Phillips is a high quality piece and it really shows in a side by side comparison. Some of the most noticeable differences are in the fryer basket, the LB100 is more flimsy but adequate. The LB100 is half the price so we expected that it wouldn't be the same quality. Another difference is the blower, which is the heart of the unit, the Phillips is more powerful and that's why it's perhaps a bit more efficient. The fan in the LB100 is slower to spin up and perhaps slower overall and it fluctuates a bit when the heating element comes on, something we have never seen the Phillips do.

All that said, we can achieve the same great results from the LB100 in about the same time. We don't follow any particular guidance on temperature or time, it took us a week to master it and we basically cook everything on high for 10 to 15 minutes. We find that basting foods with a bit of olive oil can be very worthwhile, especially with fish.

Finally, about our four star rating. The only reason for 4 stars is because we compared it to a Phillips and it fell a little short. We still like it very much and we'd buy another one before paying twice the price for a Phillips, as long as holds up and provides a comparable service life. That remains to be seen.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Scott T. Stevens on December 4, 2013
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Just got this so I will have to update my review if there is a reliability issue down the road. That aside, I have tried frozen chicken tenders, Frozen french fries, and frozen ravioli (cheese sticks) in this machine. The food comes out awesome. The chicken is where I really noticed the difference. It comes out crispy on the outside and very moist on the inside and cooks in less time than the oven. (the oven tends to dry out the chicken and the microwave tends to make it a soggy gross mess). Obviously a real deep fryer would probably taste better... but you get acceptably close without the terrible cleanup, oil, and extra fat/calories.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Joyce on February 16, 2014
My wife Purchased one of these for me for my 30th Birthday and a way to help me get healthier. I was very excited to try it out. I have had it for a few weeks now, and so I feel comfortable reviewing this for you.

On dry, pre-breaded items such as frozen chicken nuggets, Mozzarella sticks, Chicken Tender, French Fries, Shrimp, and other items it worked very well. Even fresh made Bacon Wrapped Jalapeno Poppers, Bacon Wrapped Shrimp, and Crab Cakes work very well, and you don't lose any flavor to the oils. All the breading is crispy on the outside, and the meat or veggies are moist and delicate on the inside. The flavor is cleaner (less fatty) as there is no heavy oils used and so this make for a healthier option than traditional deep frying. You do have to get used to the cook times as the fry directions on the items are usually a bit long. I usually just check halfway through, and judge from there. Clean up is easy which is a nice reprieve from my traditional fryer as I have to hold on to the old fryer oil and take it into work where I can dispose of it correctly.

I must say though, there is a down side, and to anyone who is more than the frozen dinner section chef, it is a pretty big blow in my opinion. I am a chef by trade, education, and passion, and so I generally don't use pre-made items. Most all of my fried items are made from scratch. Again, for dry breaded foods, and dry coated foods (Home Made Fries) or unbreaded items, this work terrific; but with wet dipped items such as Kosher CornDogs, Tempura anything, Funnel Cake, Fry Bread, Fried Chicken, Country Fried Steaks, and many others, this items does not work at all.
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45 of 56 people found the following review helpful By D. Stack on July 28, 2013
There are over 300 reviews here so you have all you need to know about actifry. It is an innovative product that will cook many different foods you would normally fry at hot temp. while stirring. You don't need to stir with the actifry but you do need to keep an eye on it since it is high temp. only and it is easy to burn foods. For deep frying french fries it is a great alternative but has not had any competition until now. The hot air fryers (not pots) are becoming available and popular right now and also make french fries without deep frying. There are many opinions on the internet about which are better, split about 50/50 on fries. But the new (to the US) hot air fryers also do many things besides fries. They have a basket much like a deep fryer so do not stir the food. But you can put large food like a chicken breast, frozen or not, breaded or not, and get excellent results. Almost any breaded meat or fish can be cooked to perfection. It takes a while to figure out the timing. Best of all it has a temperature control so if you are not trying to get the deep fried look like on unbreaded fish, you can turn the temp. down and get fried fish. So which is better? If you have food no larger than french fries that need high heat and constant stirring to keep from burning the actifry is usually the best. If you have large pieces of meat, fish, etc. you can't put them in an actifry but the hot air fryer will do an excellent job. I rate both 5 stars and since they are about the same for fries but otherwise cook different types of food you need both! If the pieces are small and need stirring the actifry is the way to go. Disadvantage is no temperature control. Foods larger than fries cook in the hot air fryer.Read more ›
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