|Model||VIPRB-FBW FT 46075|
|Reviews||Read Customer Reviews|
This multifunctional, easy-to-use appliance lets you fry, bake, grill, toast and roast your favorite foods - in less time, with less effort. The Farberware 5.3-Quart Digital Oil-Less Fryer XL uses Rapid Air Technology to cook food up to 30% faster, with no preheating required. Prepare perfectly cooked meals in minutes while reducing fat and calories. The Farberware 5.3-Quart Digital Oil-Less Fryer XL creates a crispy exterior and tender interior without the need for oil. Indulge in all your decadent fried food favorites, minus the guilt! Make delicious onion rings, french fries, chicken, shrimp, veggies, and more. An easy-to-use digital interface features a timer, thermostat, and 8 cooking presets to ensure perfect results every time. An extra large 5.3-quart capacity cooks family-style portions, while a dishwasher-safe basket and basket holder make for easy cleanup. Temperature can be adjusted up to 400°F.
Requires little to no oil, reducing fat and calories
Healthy fried food alternative with same taste and texture
Cook up to 30% faster with Rapid Air Technology
Diverse functionality lets you fry, bake, grill and toast5.3 Quart capacity for extra large portions
Easy to use touchscreen panel with 8 cooking presets
Temperature control up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit
Dishwasher-safe basket and basket holder
Mess-free, no fried food odor
Includes recipe book
English/Spanish instruction manual included
Model Number: FBW FT 46075Customer Reviews
Great air fryer - comparison to 3.2 quart version
I am very happy with this air fryer. I have owned the Farberware 3.2 quart version of this air fryer for 3 years and it is still going strong. I liked everything about the smaller one except its size. With 5 people at our house, using the small air fryer meant cooking in batches. I decided to upgrade to a larger air fryer, and spent literally weeks shopping for one online. I became so frustrated I almost gave up. Most descriptions and reviews don't give size details, so I am doing it for you - hopefully this will make your search easier. I am including photos of the 3.2 quart and this 5.3 quart air fryer side by side for comparison. The 5.3 is larger, but still fits easily under my cabinets. Another photo compares the baskets: the 3.2 quart basket is about 8 inches in diameter while the 5.3 quart basket is about 10 inches in diameter. Many of the other air fryers I looked at had "larger" baskets that were deeper but not much, if any, larger in diameter. This larger basket is a bit "square" with rounded corners which will be useful when cooking larger items. The digital controls are easy to use and this larger version seems to cook just as well as my older, smaller one. The best part is the price - $60 for this large air fryer. It really is well made and as I said, I've owned the Farberware 3.2 quart for 3 years with frequent use (3 - 5 times per week) and it is still in great condition.Junebug
I don't know why I waited so long...
After putting my researching skills to the test and comparing this Farberware brand to other leading brands such as Ninja and Power XL, I knew I wanted to stick with the brand that Ive been familiar with since childhood when it comes to kitchen decor/accessories/application. I was very impressed with the size of the air fryer it can definitely fit a Cornish hen along with veggies of some sort around it if you wanted at max capacity. Thus far Ive made slider burgers, Tata tots and chicken thighs all of which came out moist and crispy to my liking. This air fryer was definitely the best fit for me and my budget.Carter
Very impressed with my Farberware Air Fryer!
Love this Farberware Air Fryer! I used the recipe booklet and easily made delicious French fries in just a few minutes! My grandson loves hash brown pattiesConesusNonny