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I’m obsessed with this smart air fryer that Amazon shoppers keep raving about

Published Jun 10th, 2021 2:38PM EDT
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I seriously love how many awesome kitchen gadgets there are out there these days, and so many of them have become absolutely essential. Can you even imagine living your life without your precious Instant Pot? I’m not sure I could ever survive without my multi-use electric pressure cooker, and there are plenty of other gadgets I rely on like this ThermoPro dual-probe wireless meat thermometer on sale for just $34 that helps you cook steak perfectly every time, and the awesome Dash mini waffle maker that’s only $9.99 at Amazon. You could even consider insanely popular TP-Link Kasa mini smart plugs to be kitchen gadgets since you can use them with appliances like your coffee maker. This is the new version of TP-Link’s Kasa plugs that everyone loves so much, and you can already snag them for about $6 each thanks to an Amazon discount.

In my endless quest for cool new kitchen gadgets, I was recently sent a new type of device to test. To be frank, I only had to try it out one time before I added it to my must-have list. It’s called the Proscenic T21 Smart Air Fryer and it’s seriously great. It also happens to be discounted right now thanks to a limited-time Amazon coupon!

If you compare the Proscenic T21 Smart Air Fryer to other 5.8-quart air fryers, you’ll immediately see that the $129 retail price is actually pretty reasonable among high-end models. In fact, most comparable models cost about the same amount even though they’re just basic air fryers with no smarts.

That price is indeed more than fair for an electric air fryer oven that cooks up deliciously crispy food without all the fatty oil you need for a deep fryer. You should also try reheating your food in your air fryer — it’s a revelation that will be a complete game-changer for you. I know it was for me.

This particular fryer on Amazon has something that you won’t find on any of the best-sellers out there: Smarts. The Proscenic T21 Smart Air Fryer features Wi-Fi and app integration, letting you look up recipes and even control your air fryer right from your smartphone. Better yet, you can control the air fryer with nothing but your voice thanks to Amazon’s virtual personal assistant, Alexa. It also has all the other basic features you might want, such as built-in cooking presets and a nonstick cooking basket that’s dishwasher safe.

My old air fryer oven has officially been retired and this is definitely my new go-to model. Check out the reviews on Amazon and you’ll see that so many shoppers agree — smartphone integration on an air fryer is awesome! Clip the coupon on the Amazon page to get a rare discount on this awesome air fryer, but do it soon because this deal won’t last much longer.

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Here are the main takeaways:

  • Large 5.5-quart capacity and advanced heating system to ensure even air frying
  • Connects to your smartphone so you can control your air fryer with the Potensic Home app — start and stop cooking, set the temperature, schedule cooking, and monitoring
  • Save your own custom recipes in the app or access dozens of online recipes
  • The touch panel includes all necessary controls and 8 preset cooking modes
  • Rapid hot air technology heats up fast and cooks quickly
  • The nonstick cooking basket is easy to clean and dishwasher safe
  • Compatible with Alexa and Google Assistant for voice control
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Maren Estrada
Maren Estrada Deals Editor

Maren Estrada is a deals expert with more than 15 years of product reviews and deals coverage experience. Having been the Editor for BGR Deals since it first launched in 2013, she has helped our audience save millions of dollars over the years on tens of thousands of popular products. She is the authority on daily deals coverage. In addition to BGR, her work has also appeared on Yahoo!, MSN, and more.