Asda shoppers rush to snap up ‘brilliant’ air fryer that’s back in stock – and they’re £125 cheaper than Ninja  

Asda shoppers are rushing to snap up a “brilliant” air fryer that’s finally back in stock and more than £125 cheaper than the major Ninja alternative.

The popular supermarket is offering a great deal on the kitchen essential and it can be snapped up for just £55.

Asda's version of the Ninja air fryer that comes in £125 cheaper than the alternatives


Asda’s version of the Ninja air fryer that comes in £125 cheaper than the alternativesCredit: Asda

A huge discount on the product has seen it drop by over £30 as it now sits practically as a steal for anyone who wants to cook an amazing meal and fast.

Weighing just eight kilograms the air fryer has two 4.5L baskets and comes in a sleek black plastic design.

The dual-compartment fryer is seen as a must-have in any kitchen with a sync or match cooking function that allows each compartment to cook at separate temperatures or times to each other.

Coming fully equipped with a touchscreen LED panel and eight preset functions it could make for the ideal Christmas present.

With temperatures of up to 200 degrees and an automatic shut-off timer the air fryer is a real steal especially compared to other major brands.

Ninja – one of the UK’s favourite kitchen appliance brands – sells a near identical product for almost £195 more.

The Ninja Foodi MAX Dual Zone Air Fryer AF400UK is slightly bigger with a 9.5L dual compartment but costs a whole lot more.

The exact same model is for sale at Asda for £180 but it still makes it £125 more expensive than the supermarket chains own model.

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Impressed buyers took to the reviews of Asda’s website to reveal how impressed they were with the product.

One said: “I was in two minds about buying this. But I’m really pleased I did.

“Great value and does the job. Easy to use and easy to clean.”

Another simply wrote: “This is a really good air fryer.”

As a third chimed in calling it: “Brilliant, easy to use, easy to clean.”

A final happy buyer even recommended everyone should give the air fryer a go.

They said: “Totally happy with my air fryer. Didn’t think I would be but it [was] great. If you haven’t got one go and get one.”

Air fryers are such a hit with people that retailers have already started to announce price cuts, with great discounts to be had across a range of several different models.

So far savvy shoppers have been treated to savings on popular air fryers from Ninja, Tower and Corsori to name a few.

Asda is the place to be for banging bargains as they’re also selling £20 Kurt Geiger dupes “identical” to the designer versions.

The supermarket chain’s version of the iconic boots is a whopping £179 cheaper than the Geigers.

Earlier this week shoppers raced to Primark to nab £7 Ugg boot dupes.

The boots took the fashion world by storm as they are remarkably similar to original Uggs and are £158 cheaper.