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Milex5.6L XXXL Power Air Fryer (Model: MPA001)

R1,199

Retail: R2,400
About

The Milex™ Power Airfryer XXXL is an amazing 7-in-1 Airfryer with a massive 5.6-litre capacity. The Airfryer boasts a rapid hot air technology which gives you the opportunity to cook your fried favourites in a healthier manner. You can now cook your food in minutes without having to use any oils! 

Product Features
  • Copper-Tech Infused Non-Stick Easy-Load Fry Basket (Not dishwasher safe)
  • Seven pre-programmed cooking options
  • Digital LED touch-screen control panel
  • Professional large display for easy viewing and use
  • Copper-infused non-stick coated
  • Cool-touch housing
  • Use little to no oil for healthier cooking
  • 60-minute timer with automatic shutoff and alarm indicator
  • Grill, roast, air-fry, bake, steam and saute

Functions:

  • Air Fryer
  • Oven
  • Toaster
  • Pizza Grill
Product Specifications
  • Capacity: 5.6 litre 
  • Power: 1800 Watts
  • Caters for 8-10 people
  • Up to 200º cooking
  • Dimensions: 36 x 36 x 42 cm
  • Warranty: 12 months
What's in the Box?
  • Milex Power Airfryer XXXL
  • Copper-Tech Infused Non-Stick Easy-Load Fry Basket. (Not dishwasher safe)
  • Copper-Tech Infused Food Separator
  • User Manual
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