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Ninja Foodi 9-in-1 Digital Air Fry Oven - Stainless Steel

Ninja Foodi 9-in-1 Digital Air Fry Oven - Stainless Steel

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The Ninja Foodi Digital Air Fry Oven packs a lot of features and cooking capacity in a small countertop footprint. Air Fry, Air Roast, Air Broil, Bake, Bagel, Toast, Dehydrate, Keep Warm, and Reheat—all in one appliance—and when you're done cooking, reclaim your counter space by simply flipping the oven up and away to clean and store.

Product Features:

  • Chrome-plated wire rack ,Sheet pan, 13" x 13",Air fry basket, 13" x13",Removable crumb tray ,Chef-inspired 15+ recipe cookbook
  • The ultimate meal-making machine: Air Fry, Air Roast, Air Broil, Bake, Bagel, Toast, Dehydrate, Keep Warm, and Reheat all in one powerful 1800-watt appliance
  • Reclaim your counter space: This space-saving toaster oven takes up 50% less space when you flip it up and away to store against your backsplash
  • Air fry: Up to 75% less fat than traditional frying methods. Tested against hand-cut, deep-fried French fries
  • XL capacity: 45% larger usable pan cooking area vs. the flat surface area of the Cuisinart TOA-60 and TOA-65 pan. Fits a 13" pizza, up to 9 slices of toast or 6 chicken breasts (6–8 oz. each)
  • Easy cleaning: Includes a removable crumb tray and an easily accessible back panel for deep cleaning.
  • Fast cooking: Cooks up to 60% faster than a traditional oven with Air Roast; 60-second oven preheat time; full meals in as little as 20 minutes
  • Even baking: Up to 40% more-even baking than the Cuisinart Air Fry Oven TOA-60
  • Digital Crisp Control Technology: Precision-controlled temperature, heat source, and airflow for ultimate versatility and optimum cooking performance
  • Toast and bagels done the way you like: Use the toast darkness selector to get it just right

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    Estimated Delivery 3-5 Business Days
    Color Stainless Steel
    Material(s) Plastic
    Capacity 9 Slices
    Display Digital
    Control Panel Yes
    Timer Yes
    Wattage 1750
    Amperage 15
    Voltage 120
    Cord Length 12"
    Cord Storage No
    Cordless/Wireless No
    Automatic Yes
    Automatic Shut-Off Yes
    Temperature Control Yes
    Program Count 5
    Programmable Yes
    Programmable Shut-Off Yes
    Dishwasher Safe No
    Self-Cleaning Yes
    Handle No
    Cool-to-Touch Exterior No
    Crumb/Drip Tray Yes
    Number of Slices 9
    Extra-Wide Slots No
    Convection Cooking Yes
    Cooking Options Broil, Air Fry, Bake, Toast, Warm, Broil
    Oven Light Yes
    Reheat Options Yes
    Automatic Cook Options Yes
    Automatic Defrost No
    Carousel Turntable No
    Ready Signal Yes
    Assembly Required No
    Includes Chrome-Plated Wire Rack, Sheet Pan, 13" x 13", Air Fry Basket, 13" x 13", Removable Crumb Tray, Chef-Inspired 15+ Recipe Cookbook
    Item Dimensions 21.06" x 10.01" x 16.34"
    Item Weight 22.37 lbs.
    upc 622356565271
    This item does not ship to California, Hawaii, Alaska, Puerto Rico.

    Customer Reviews

    Four and Half Stars
    4.7 out of 5 stars based on 16 reviews
    Five Stars
    Y'all!!! This this is amazing!!!!!
    I am so incredibly happy with this Ninja oven. I have used air fryers before, but felt limited with their small baskets to cook for my family. But, the convenience, short cooking time and ease of clean up encouraged me to try this ninja. You guys! It is amazing. I am so impressed. 1st, by the different cooking tools they ship with this. There's a mesh tray (for fried okra or chicken) there's a nonstick tray (for pizza or veggies) there's a slide in tray for nonstick tray to sit on. There's a crumb tray to catch all the excess. 2nd, The interface is simple to use. I read the directions, but honestly, it's laid out so easy. You could figure it out even without reading them. 3rd. It cooks without any off scent. This is the main problem I had with other air fryer. It reeked when cooking. No off smell with this. 4th.This unit is bigger! I can actually make enough for my big family!! It's footprint is bigger, but it lifts up to store in a vertical position. Then automatically locks into place to store it. Also- •There is also an interior light. Kids have loved peering in to look at goods. •After cooking, this ninja automatically keeps everything warm too. •its wise to wipe the glass and everything down after every time this is used. • after you are done cooking, you can hear the fan for almost 10 minutes as unit cools down. •there is a cord keeper on back. So...hello tidy! •the front completely opens to clean it I took some pics of entire unit and the size of it. Also, of the most amazing pizza I have ever made! The crust was so crisp and perfect. My kids and I agreed, it was the best!
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    Five Stars
    Y'all!!! This this is amazing!!!!!
    The media could not be loaded. I currently own several other Ninja products ssdi when I had the opportunity to try this new one I jumped on it. This unit is extremely versatile and doesn't let down. From the box you get the main unit, crumb tray to line the bottom, wire rack for toast, bagels and holding the sheet pan or other accessories, a non stick sheet pan and an air fry basket. It has 8 basic preset functions: Air fry, Air roast, Air broil, Bake, Dehydrate, Keep warm, Toast and Bagel which times and temperatures ate customizable. There's also an internal light so you can see how things are going inside. The pros: Completely customizable settings Far more cooking space than most fryers Glass window to view cooking instead of constantly opening the fryer Powerful 1800w of power means fast cooking A full healthy meal in one pan on an average of 25min. Flips up and out of the way giving back counter space. Sleek stainless steel and black housing looks great. Cons: Because of the rack system there is a limit of height, where other smaller units are deeper and can accommodate larger items.
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    Four Stars
    Cooks food fast and tastes delicious. Has a few flaws
    I’ve owned two other airfryers this by far is the best. The fact that I can turn it up so it doesn’t take up all the counter space is a huge plus! Love the larger tray. I’ve cooked 9 chicken breast at one time! Love all the different options! Way to go Ninja!!!!
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    Five Stars
    Another amazing Ninja product!
    It just so happened that my convection toaster oven was on its last legs when I saw this Ninja Foodi offered and thought I’d give it a try. It’s basically everything in one package—toaster oven, air fryer and convection oven. It is a very deep appliance. I actually didn’t have the space on my counter, so my Foodi is sitting atop my microwave making it all the more important that it has the flip up feature so it can be out of the way when I need extra room. First off, the Foodi goes up to 450 degrees making it able to toast, broil and even sear a steak. Many air fryers only go up to 400 degrees in comparison. It preheats very quickly. You better have your food ready because once the bell sounds that it has reached temperature, the timer starts counting down. The oven is incredibly quiet while cooking. You almost don’t know it’s on. The internal light is bright and the fact that it turns on automatically in the last thirty seconds of cooking is sheer genius! I’ve cooked fish sticks, bruschetta and last night, frozen pizza. I placed the pizza directly on the rack just like I do in my regular oven. The time and temp I kept the same as what was suggested on the box. I turned up the temp slightly in the last three minutes to get the cheese to brown, but that was the only change needed. Some melted cheese landed on the drip tray which I was hoping it would so I could see how hard it would be to clean. It wiped right up with a damp paper towel. I’m not sure if the drip tray is non-stick, but it acts like it is. The only real drawback I found with this oven is the lack of head space. Even a few more inches of height would open up more options. I’m not looking to bake a chicken, but I can’t even fit acorn squash halves in this oven and that will limit my usage of it.
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    Five Stars
    Ninja does it again!!!!
    My convection oven was commandeered by my sister, and my toaster died, so I was in the market for a new multipurpose appliance that could cover a lot of bases, so I did not have my counter covered in appliances. Along came the Ninja Foodi. I was really interested in the flip-up feature. That was really intriguing to me. To be able to fold down a nice deep oven, but not have it take up a substantial part of the kitchen counter. In reality, it is only a little longer than the 4-piece toaster I had, and when it is flipped up, it does not come out from the wall any further. The unit comes with a baking sheet and a fry basket. Both are needed in this off-size oven. It is good to have something that can maximize the area if the oven. The display is really well done. Turn the knob on the front to select the way you want to cook the food. Then you can press buttons to switch between time and temperature. I like how intuitive the setup is, and really easy to use. It also remembers what I was on last time, so when I had toast this morning, it will go back to toast again tomorrow. I really like the size of the oven, internally. There is enough space for 9 slices of bread. I tend to eat sourdough, so I cannot get 9 slices of the wide bread in there, but I always have enough room. The door on the front folds down and away to give me enough room to be able to reach in with a pot holder to get the tray of food out. I make toast in it, as was as baking. Both worked well. The one big issue I had was figuring out how to bake with it. When you set the temperature and the time, there is a preheat that begins. When the preheat was done, it just stated to countdown the timer. I was waiting for some sort of notification to get the food in the oven when preheated. It does not take long at all, and I found just to put the food in during the preheat time. The other problem I had was with the beep at the end of the cook cycle. It is WAY too quiet. I put a frozen pizza in there, set the time for the 18 minutes and went about my business. I didn't hear the timer, and came in to find the light on, and the pizza sitting in there looking delicious and ready to eat. I am going to have to set a second timer to remind me of the super quiet beep from the machine. One of the features I do really like is the toast feature. In the last 30 seconds or so of the toasting cycle, the light slowly turns on to reveal the toast, toasting. That is a great feature to be able to see your toast and stop the baking if the toast is ready to eat. I have not yet tried the air fryer, but I think it is going to be really straight forward. I LOVE that they gave us a basket that fits the machine. With how well the baking went, I would imagine that Ninja has perfected the air fryer as well. I am also excited about the dehydrator. My wife has and old dehydrator that is huge and clunky and takes up the whole bottom of a closet. It will be great to transition over to a multi functional kitchen appliance like this. There are a few issues with the machine, but overall they are very minor. There are a lot of great qualities to this machine. Don't think that it stops at the fold away gimmick. That is just the frosting on the very well made cake that is the Ninja Foodi.
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    Four Stars
    Fantastic Foodi!
    I bought this item at 4 am after being with my daughter in the ER for the day (she is fine, now). It was a purchase that had me trying to bring normal behaviors into a scary situation. I watched the video and thought, we are that!! We need that!! It arrived on Thursday. Thursday Tonya was not as optimistic as 4 am Tonya. It stayed in the box. I was going to return it. I moved it around the kitchen. I put platters on top of the box. I made plans to load it in the car and take it to Khol's, my husband and I discussed this over cocktails. Then it happened. My youngest daughter (11 yrs old) opened the box, read the directions and made cake, pizza, chicken wings (with sauce on the side), cookies, toast and meatballs. Not all at once, in the three days that followed. Now, all my kids have used it, we have 6 (children, not Foodies). They love that it heats quickly for frozen nuggets, that it can make a dozen cookies in 7 min and has a little red light that shows that the Foodie is still hot to the touch. We have named her Phyllis and she has worked daily for 2 weeks. Our 4 slice toaster, Mary Margaret, is getting jealous.
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    Four Stars
    A good multi-purpose appliance
    The media could not be loaded. ... the oven need some extra inches inside
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    Five Stars
    Nice but....
    I read a bunch of reviews before purchasing and one of the biggest concerns I did have was the toast piece where a number of folks had inconsistent toast coming out. So, I've had mine for just under a week and have used it 5 times. I've attempted to submit this review a few times and it has yet to post. 1. Dimensions as listed worked out perfect. If you plan on using the flip up feature then always leave it away from the wall. If always going to be down then no need. 2. Although I don't normally follow instructions etc...I actually chose to do the full instruction read and set up. I did the initial run on air fry for 20 minutes after washing everything. Worked out really well. 3. First use: Made a single piece of toast. Kept the initial settings with it set to Dark III. It was a single slice Orrowheat wheat bread and it was a little over toasted. It browned both sides so no issues there. 4. 2nd use: Single piece of toast, Orrowheat wheat bread on Dark II this time. It wasn't quite in the middle and the edge was a slight bit overtoasted but otherwise good. 5. 3rd use: Used a homemade dough that wasn't specifically pizza dough but rolled it into the pan as per the instructions and then I added all kinds of toppings. Decided to go with the recipe book and use those settings fully expecting the dough to be undercooked. Used all the autosettings and it came out amazing. I will try and update with pictures once I get them from my phone. 6. 4th use was a bagel. Used the auto settings and set to Dark II. It was on the cusp of over toasted but turned out exactly how I liked it. 7. 5th use. Made some salmon. Had 2 pieces with different marinades. Started with Air Broil for a few minutes then switched over to air bake for 5-6 minutes. Finished with Air Broil for a few more minutes. Salmon came out perfectly cooked. I think I just got lucky from a timing perspective but totally happy so far. CONS 1. The instructions are good but even using them I find myself having to redo the settings over and over. Eventually I get the settings correct but it does seem to take some getting used to from a nuance perspective. 2. (18 May 2020) - this has happened twice now...didn't realize it the first time...but my roasting pan warps when heated inside the oven. It's flattens again once cooled. Not sure how to deal with this one. More than happy to answer any questions or even try suggestions for someone before they consider buying. At the price not easy to make the leap but so far I am happy and worth it.
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    Five Stars
    Y'all!!! This this is amazing!!!!!
    PROS: 1) Fell in love instantly because I will never have to fry chicken wings again! 2) Jerky! Jerky! Jerky! I threw out my dehydrator after making jerky in the Air Fry Oven. It came out fantastic and clean up was a breeze. 3) Toast all at once for my family. It can fit 9 slices of toast at once so no more standing over the toaster. I threw out my normal toaster after using the Air Fry Oven. 4) Appetizers. Fried pickles, mozzarella sticks, poppers, chicken tenders. These all come out great from frozen. I was able to do New Year's Eve appetizers like I had a deep fryer. 5) Tray meals. Chicken breast, brussel sprouts, fajitas, shrimp, squash, asparagus- they all come out great! 6) The space saving ability of this product is awesome. It blends in perfectly with my stainless steel appliances and when flipped up leaves enough room to place items in front of it. 7) Great at reheating leftover pizza! CONS: 1) Not a ton of height. Can't fit a casserole dish in it. 2) Not a lot of accessories available from Ninja ....yet. 3) Not a great frozen pizza oven. The trick is to cook a little longer at a higher temperature if you want to have some crisp to the crust. Chicken wings in the air fryer: 1) set to Air Fryer on 400 2) Spray the basket with cooking spray, then set the wings in the the basket but be sure to leave some space between the wings. You need air around the wings to get extra crispy 3) cook for 10 minutes then flip 4) cook another 10 then flip 5) raise temp to 450 for 10 minutes to get crispy Depending on the size of the wings you may need to either cook an additional 10 minutes or take out early. Easy wing sauce: Frank's Hot Sauce 1/2 cup, 3 tbls butter, black pepper, garlic powder. I typically cook this on stove top on low while the wings cook in the air fryer. Toss the wings with the sauce in a bowl right when you pull the wings out to enjoy.
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    Five Stars
    Wings, wings, and more wings!!!!
    This is our new go-to appliance! We love the versatility, the way it heats up so quickly, and the light turns on when it's done to let you check on it without opening it in case it needs extra time - you don't let all the hot air out. We also love the fact that you can fine-tune the toast settings so easily. It's no problem at all to clean, you just pull out the bottom sheet and it goes in and out very easily from the front so no excuse for nasty crumb and melted cheese buildup ;o With our limited counter space, it is great that this allow you to flip it on its side. it has a convenient setting that tells you when it is cool enough to flip so no guesswork or burned fingers. Love it!
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    Four Stars
    Love to cook in it, not to clean it
    I love it! It’s just what I wanted. We use it EVERYDAY. My husband usually has biscuits in the morning. He likes the frozen Pillsbury Grands. He only eats 2. It takes at least 20 mins for our large oven to preheat and 23-25 mins to bake them from frozen to done. My Ninja Foodie Oven preheats so fast we don’t even wait. Just set it to bake at 350 for 18 mins and put them in. They are done in18 instead of 45 mins! I think that alone will save on my electric bill. Also most frozen pizzas will fit. Not the huge ones, but the regular size pizzas - 13”. Right now I am baking a Stouffer's lasagna. I have air fried frozen egg rolls, jalapeño poppers, fried mushrooms. All from frozen. I haven’t tried to batter and cook anything. I baked muffins. I’ve made cinnamon toast. I even broiled burgers. They were so juicy, too juicy! All the juice was retained inside the meat for some reason. When I pierced one it exploded with juice - not fun, so I popped all of them and put them back to cook the insides. But they were the best broiled burgers. I haven tried a steak. Ninja is coming out with a new oven but it looks like it will be taller. I didn’t want a tall one. I wanted this one because of the low profile. There is a lot of room between it and the cabinet above. Also I love the feature that allows you to flip it up for cleaning or storage. I can still that counter when I am not using the oven because it is flipped auto out of the way. I can’t get over how fast this thing heats up. Due to the low profile you can’t rotisserie a chicken but I thought I would use that feature the least and preferred the low profile. This little gem will go in the travel trailer.
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    Five Stars
    Streamlined design and very efficient
    Does what it is advertised to do. However the unit I got had a problem. The sheet pan warped as soon as it got hot. One corner was two inches higher than the rest of the pan, and all the food sliding off to the opposite side. Customer service was not particularly helpful. The first guy I spoke to told me that was normal, and nothing he could do about it, even though the unit is not usable for baking, roasting or broiling as is. So I called back. The second guy seemed baffled and suddenly vanished from the phone line and I was left with a woman with a heavy accent who turned out to be helpful in the end. In six weeks I can expect a replacement pan. We shall see if the new pan solves the problem. Got the replacement pan ahead of schedule, and this one does not warp! Kudos to Ninja Customer service. I have changed my initial assessment from 4 to 5 stars!
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    Five Stars
    Perfect! Might save on my electric bill
    I've been using this as an air fryer almost elusively, the fried chicken and tater tots end up tasting incredible. I love it! It only has one flaw, and it's why I'm not giving it five stars: Cleaning. Cleaning it is a serious pain, and you really have to do it with every use. They say it's 'easy to clean' but it really isn't...even after opening the bottom up to get at the inside, it's still difficult because there's a lot of right angles, nooks and crannies to clean and believe me, grease gets EVERYWHERE inside the oven. The fry rack is another nightmare to get clean, the mesh is very small so the baked chicken bits get worked inside all the little holes and it takes a lot of work to clean. Spraying it with non-stick spray doesn't help much either. Other than cleaning, I absolutely LOVE it and would recommend it to anybody! Even being a pain to clean, I still use it all the time because it makes such good fried chicken!
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    Five Stars
    Very useful machine but not without problems
    I've had this oven for about 2 weeks now and it is very efficient, and created with a clean logic that makes it easy to understand. The quick start section of the manual is very good and I didn't need to refer back to the manual like you sometimes need to do with other devices. Things I've noticed since transitioning from the upright ball shaped fryers to this... 1) I've had to lower the temperature by about 20-25 degrees to avoid burning on things that didn't burn in the ball shaped air fryer. Nothing wrong with that, I just had to adjust. 2) Unless you want to lose access to your toaster oven all day, make sure to cut any fruit or meats thinly when using the dehydrator setting (or poke holes in the fruit). I LOVE making tofu jerky which is a snap but I put in very fat blueberries once and it took ALLLLLL day. I didn't poke them like I was suppose to. If you like dried blueberries, get the small ones. They were very tasty when done. If you cut apples into thick "fries", they'll be done in 2 hours., not the recommended 5 hours as per their recipe book. They were still fleshy at that point, like those soft dried apples, not thin and crispy or leathery. The oven itself can be touched by human hands while on the dehydration setting, so I would call it safe but I'm still too scared to leave it on overnight. But that's not a reflection on the product. I'm still learning about dehydration techniques... 3) Cleaning this sucker is a real breeze. Toaster ovens are notoriously hard to clean but the removable bottom section makes cleaning the ninja super easy. You may want a spray for stainless steel for the top because it will create fingerprints. Wish this was a brushed chrome situation. I'd pay for that addition to the materials. 4) This oven (and I'm sure other toaster ovens with more digital like controls) are very easy to my mother to manipulate with arthritic hands. My previous toaster oven was a very basic model and turning that dial was difficult. I almost waited for the new taller one to come out but I'm really happy with this one.
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    Four Stars
    Amazing little oven! Just one flaw
    Gave it 4 stars only because I have not used it for Dehydrating, Baking, Roasting and Broiling and I am still testing the Air Fryer for French Fry Potatoes which I used twice. The first time, I believe I cut the potatoes to thin, some were overly done not burnt and others tasted too dry. Second time, I cut the potatoes thicker and they were a bit better but just not great, still too dry. All 2 times I sprayed the screen pan with Pam and therefore they did not stick. Next time, after I purchase a potato cutter that makes them look square and thicker, I am going to spray oil on them to see if the dryness goes away. I love the versatility of Flipping it up, many oven choices, and that it does not have the height like many others. High heat and my cabinets don't work well together.
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    Five Stars
    Better than expected experience moving from small to large air fryer/toaster oven.
    Many toaster ovens have less than the 1800 Watts this one has, with 1500 being a common value. In addition, many toaster ovens "spend" their Watts unwisely, over a very TALL interior space. Sure, the marketing ads like to show a plump chicken roast, but for 99.9 percent of the time that would just be heating empty air. This Ninja trades useless height for valuable AREA. I can make bigger pizzas, calzones, batches of fries, combined leftovers, etc. I can put more space between items, because of the extra area, and get more even and fast heat to all sides of the food items. Another advantage of not wasting watts on height is that the heating elements are much closer to the food. Closer REALLY matters for infrared heat, because doubling the distance to the element cuts the power by 75%. The control knob has a good feel to it, almost like the difference in controls from an economy car to a luxury car. Sounds silly, but why not have it? A little bonus feature is to cook the food, remove it, put it on a plate ( I prefer cooling rack for 2 minutes first ), cut it up, and put it WITH PLATES AND EVERYTHING right back in and set 5 or 10 minutes of "Keep Warm". That way, the plates are hot and the cut food doesn't lose heat. When taking out the warm/hot plate, double stack it with another exactly shaped plate so you can hold it more comfortably. Cleaning comments in other reviews are missing points... YES, because the elements are close to the food, you will get splatter reaching them. This is somewhat mitigated by the fact that the cooking times are so much lower than with other ovens, that the scattered food bits will not have time to get extremely encrusted. If for some reason a huge chunk of food should fall (it hasn't happened to me), the oven once again has the advantage of speed, because you can completely shut it down, resolve the mishap, and quickly get the oven back up to high heat. This oven never makes you wait. With other ovens, the preheat and power density are so inferior that you would probably not want to interrupt the cooking. For all those reasons, including how to counter its "con", I give it the full five stars.
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