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Milex30L Microwave Air Fryer & Oven (Model: MMO001)

R3,499

Retail: R5,200
About

The 3-in-1 Microwave Airfryer & Oven is the ultimate kitchen multi-tasking tool! Cook up a storm with lightning speed, 6 easy presets and endless possibilities. From crispy fries to succulent roasts, plus quick pizza nights, this is a must-have. Quick, easy, and safe — because every kitchen adventure should be a breeze!

Product Specifications
  • 3-in-1 Microwave Airfryer & Oven 1600W, 30L
  • Microwave, oven, and airfryer all rolled into one — versatile
  • Prepare meals 30 times faster for those busy days
  • With 6 easy presets, indulge in airfrying, roasting, baking, broiling, and express microwave heating
  • Fits a large pizza, accommodating various meal sizes effortlessly
  • Easy-to-use LED display for seamless operation
  • Thanks to 360-degree heating technology, enjoy consistently delicious results
  • Enjoy healthier meals with low-fat cooking options
  • Effortlessly thaw frozen foods in no time
  • Heat-resistant ceramic and Borosilicate glass or safe and efficient cooking
  • Spacious interior for cooking versatility
  • High-powered performance for quick cooking
Product Specifications
  • Dimensions: 49.2cm L x 60.8cm W x 37.2cm H
  • Weight: 16.6kg
  • Capacity: 30L
  • Material: Stainless steel
  • Power: 1600W
What's in the Box
  • 1 x Microwave airfryer
  • 1 x Baking pan
  • 1 x Oven rack
  • 1 x Fry basket
  • 1 x Recipe book
  • 1 x User manual
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From the beginning of time - or somewhere around then - we humans have lived and worked alongside animals to really help us develop. We're talking cows for milk, horses for labour, dogs for companionship and protection, all of that jazz.

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