Jet Fry Oil-Free Fryer

Brand: Living Basix
Manufacturer: Living Basix, Inc.
Model: LB100
EAN: 0735343040658
Category: Gadgets & Tools
List Price: $159.00
Price: $89.99  (41 customer reviews)
You Save: $69.01 (43%)
Dimension: 13.00 x 13.50 x 11.00 inches
Shipping Wt: 12.50 pounds. FREE Shipping (Details)
Availability: In Stock.
Average Rating: 3.6 out of 5 stars
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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.

Features

  • 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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Top Reviews

Not bad for the price but not a Phillips
by R. Majors (4 out of 5 stars)
February 8, 2014

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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Better than oven or microwave for a lot of your convenience foods
by Scott T. Stevens (5 out of 5 stars)
December 4, 2013

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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Based on First Use
by Amazin' Rally (5 out of 5 stars)
April 24, 2014

We read the directions in two minutes and the rest of the guide in two more. Loaded the basket with ten ounces of frozen fries sprayed with a little oil and ten minutes later we had better fries than any restaurant has served. Those same fries oven cooked would require us to preheat the oven, put them on a cookie sheet, and bake for 28 min with a need to turn them halfway through. The LB100 made it a breeze so we are looking forward to trying other items.

The appearance may not be stylish or fancy to some but you have to look at it when it is in use. Do you want to look at good cooking or a good looking supposed cook?
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Dirty out the back and coating chipping off
by KC (3 out of 5 stars)
March 10, 2014

This cooks good but it blows some of the hot air out the back and therefor gets the wall dirty with little spots of grease, etc. i'm not sure if other similar products do the same. Also a troublesome issue is that the coating on the piece used to insert and cook in is chipping off. Don't think I would purchase this one again.
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Works great!
by Tim arthur (5 out of 5 stars)
November 5, 2015

This product is fantastic. We use it all the time. Every house in America should have one of these. Been using nearly a year and still functions like new. We're not fancy people, we keep it on high and just turn the timer dial to 5 or 10 minutes, depending on what we're doing. Crisps and browns great.
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Oil-Free Cooker
by D. Wilkinson (5 out of 5 stars)
February 26, 2014

I guess I'll have to try some other foods in it - right now, I can't get past the fantastic crispy chicken. I do wish it had a cook book instead of just a few instructions.
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Can't live without it
by N.W. (5 out of 5 stars)
October 5, 2014

I use this every day. It is the same as the twice priced Phillips Air Fryer and has the EXACT same functions and dimensions. I almost think you can use the Phillips model add-ons on this model because they're *that* similar in design.
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works great
by Bikeman (5 out of 5 stars)
January 30, 2014

I have used this almost daily for a couple of months. i bough it with the rsvp french fry cutter. i have had delicious, healthy home fries that are crispy and almost exact same feel as deep fried. also done chicken fingers and shrimp with great results
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My favorite new appliance
by Virginia Lady 1972 (5 out of 5 stars)
November 16, 2013

I have had this for a few days and it is quickly becoming my favorite appliance. It quickly cooks(fries) frozen fries, appetizers, zucchini cakes, and other frozen foods to tasty perfection without the oily mess and added fat and calories. I even fried some grilled unbreaded chicken pieces that had been in the freezer for 3 years and they came out good. All I did first was toss the nuggets in a zipper bag with a teaspoon of garlic infused olive oil first. At 375 degrees, they were ready in 15 minutes.
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no oily taste
by jamie thomas (5 out of 5 stars)
March 27, 2014

food tastes better no nasty oily taste works great easy to use great for after school snacks a child could use it 12 and up

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