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Milex6L Airfryer and Multi Cooker (Model: MAG001)

R2,199

Retail: R3,800
About

Prepare quick meals in minutes with this extra-large 6L capacity griller. With the Milex™ Air Grill / Air Fryer, you can enjoy the flavours of all your traditional South African braai recipes in the comfort of your own home. The flat plate or powered grill plate provides the best results whether you are cooking finely chopped vegetables or grilling whole steaks.

A 360° air circulation system enables the Air Grill / Air Fryer to air fry at a higher temperature than other air fryers. For all your meal requirements, choose from air grilling, crisping, broiling, baking, roasting or dehydrating.

Product Features
  • 4 smart grill settings
  • Low fat cooking
  • 8 pre-set functions
  • 360° Heating technology
  • Dish-washer safe
  • 4 standard accessories
  • LED display control panel
  • Splatter Shield
  • Smoke control system
  • 75% less fat
  • High density plate
Product Specifications
  • Capacity: 6L
  • 1700W
  • 220-240V, 50-60Hz
  • Model: MAG001 
  • Warranty: 12-months
  • Dimensions: 47 x 47 x 32cm
What's in the box?
  • The Milex Air Grill / Air fryer
  • Grill Plate
  • Crisper Basket
  • Cooking Pot
  • Brush
  • Thermostat Probe
  • User Manual
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