SHOPPERS are rushing to buy this digital air fryer from Asda that's £100 less than the famous Ninja air fryer.
Air fryers are a popular way to save money on energy bills amongst shoppers.
Shoppers at Asda have spotted a 4.3L digital air fryer from Scoville for £59.
The 4.3L size allows 500g of food to be cooked at once.
It comes with eight cooking modes and an automatic shut off once the cooking is done.
Right now, if you used a 1500-watt air fryer, which is what this one is, for 20 minutes, it would cost about 17p per meal.
The air fryer is currently out of stock on Asda's website, but the supermarket giant is selling them in store – so it's worth popping to your local shop to check.
Posting in Facebook's Extreme Couponing and Bargains group, one shopper said: "I managed to get this for £25 from Asda, it’s got bad reviews online but it cooks so well – absolute bargain."
While another wrote: "I have this & I've not used my oven since …its fab!"
And another added: "I have this one it's brilliant hardly used my oven since."
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Some shoppers were sceptical though, as some believed that the air fryer was selling for £39 a couple of weeks ago.
One said: "2 weeks ago it was £39 but saw it gone up last week at £59."
Another shopper said: "Got ours for £39 just after Xmas.
"Never had an issue with it so far."
Asda's air fryer is roughly £100 cheaper than Ninja's 5.2L air fryer which is currently going for £149.99 on Ninja's website.
We couldn't find a 4.3L air fryer from Ninja but it does also sell a 3.8L one.
At the time of writing, this was going for £130 on the Argos website, £71 less than Asda's one.
However, we found a similar digital air fryer going for £59.99 at Robert Dyas, just 99p more than the Asda one.
This one is a bit bigger at 5.2L so it may be worth getting this one.
Of course, prices may vary from store to store and so will stock.
Do shop around for the best deal as we may have missed a cheaper option.
Last week, we reported that Very.co.uk was selling another Ninja dupe for £129.
Several excited shoppers have left countless positive reviews of the Ninja dupe.
One happy shopper left a review on Very.com and said: "Wished I'd bought this months ago. It cooks beautifully in quick time and is easy to use. The two large draws are a great size."
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A second shopper said: "It's a magnificent duel fryer – the best thing I've bought in years and I haven't stopped using it from the day that it arrived."
Very.com charges customers £3.99 for standard delivery and £4.99 for a nominated day.
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