Summary: Do not purchase this product! There are multiple design flaws that leads to danger and inconvenience when you are using this fryer. Especially when frying anything, the hot hot oil is extremely dangerous to deal with.
Perfect Little Fryer - Great for One to Two - Safety Cord, Filtered, Easy to Clean and Crisps Perfectly
29 July 2015
Summary: I love this fryer. I think this fryer is particularly great for people who are single/part of a small family unit, who live in a small space where storage is limited and who plan on frying small batches of food. My favorite things about the fryer: 1) The size.
Summary: It was smaller than I thought and can only fry small amounts of food. The oil falls below temperature quite frequently if you are frying too much. It is easy to clean, and I do like the design very much. The old Fry Daddy I had for 10 years is a much better fryer.
Absolutely love it... We bought it for making certain sushi rolls, but have learned it can do so much more!!
Ashleigh Brooke, Amazon
4 April 2015
Summary: We absolutely love it... Originally we purchased this for the use of deep frying certain sushi rolls (it's best to cut the rolls in half before frying due to the basket size, but not completely necessary unless you're a perfectionist - the rolls will fit, but it's a little tight, which leds to some...
Summary: I hate to fry and the only solution for me was a deep fryer. After trying 4 different deep fryers (all of them finish in the trash even with the oil inside!), I finally found one that is what I need. This fryer is a charm, small, non-stick, easy to clean, smell filter, easy to use.
Great Fryer - If you want success, read my review :)
15 February 2015
Summary: If you read the instruction booklet - you will love this item! It is well designed. I am not easily impressed with tools or appliances that are not created to make life easier. This cool item is perfect for small portions of deep fried foods.
Summary: I love this little fryer. I used peanut oil and placed it on the stove under the vent (as another poster suggested) and it worked like a charm. No smell in the house at all. I checked the temp of the oil the first time I used it and it was exactly 350* which is what I had it set on.
Summary: I've only used it half a dozen times without a thermometer handy, so I can't yet speak to its longevity, or whether the oil is reaching proper temperatures. I've fried a couple things according to the directions on their packaging, and it's been right on the money, so I have to assume oil temp is...