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If you haven't yet hopped on the air-fryer bandwagon, or you're shopping for someone who needs a kick in the air-fryer pants (they'll thank you, trust me), this is your lucky day: There's a great deal available on a full-featured, family size model.
For a limited time, the Proscenic T21 Smart Air Fryer drops to just $79 when you clip the $50-off coupon. Regular price: $129. Although this has long been selling for $89, the added savings make this one of the best deals to date.
At first glance the T21 resembles countless other cookers out there — not that that's a bad thing. It has a 5.8-quart non-stick basket, which is large enough for a family-size batch of French fries (among other foods), and a digital touch panel with various controls and presets.
So what's different about it? In a word: Wi-Fi. The T21 can connect to your home network, which allows for things like voice commands ("Alexa, turn on the air fryer") and and pair with your phone to monitor cooking, adjust temperatures and so on.
OK, is all that really necessary? Of course not. On the other hand, if you want to get a jump-start on dinner, why not signal the air-fryer to preheat when you have five minutes left on your drive home? Or ask Alexa for a cooking-status update when you're in a different room of the house?
If a smart air-fryer is priced the same as (or less than) a non-smart one, surely it makes sense to choose the former?
Lots of people already did: The Proscenic T21 has a 4.6-star average rating from over 6,000 Amazon customers. So chances are mighty good you'll end up a happy chef.
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