Power AirFryer Oven Review

FSM Media was provided with the product in this post to review and offer an honest opinion.


I have two teenagers, and with teenagers comes the love of all things fried.  Last year we reviewed the Power AirFryer XL  and we loved it so much we have used it almost every single day until we were asked to review the Power Airfryer Oven. What’s the difference you might ask? The first thing you will notice is the size, it is noticeably bigger than the Power AirFryer XL.

As you can see, the appliance is taller, and wider with more of a square/oven-like look. This is because the Power AirFryer Oven was made to not only air fry food, and lots of it but it also has an added rotisserie and dehydrator— all in one!


The Power AirFryer comes with the following:

  • Air Flow Racks (4)
  • Drip Tray
  • Rotating Mesh Basket
  • Fetch Tool
  • Rotisserie Set – (1 Shaft / 2 Forks / 2 Screws)
  • Stand
  • Skewer Set – (10 Skewers)
  • Skewer Racks – (2 Skewer Racks)
  • America’s Favorites Book Recipes
  • Rotisserie Mastery Book Recipes
  • Dehydration Creations Book

Product features include:

  • LED digital display panel with automatic shut-off
  • 8 one-touch pre-set buttons
  • Extra-large, easy-grip handle
  • 17000 watts of turbo cyclonic power
  • Superheated air that reaches 400 degrees
  • Crystal-clear XL visible window
  • 6-quart: 14.96″ x 13.4″ x 14.56″. 8-quart: 15″ x 14″ x 16.25″.



Now here’s the best part, making some of the recipes that came with the appliance. We tried out the Power AirFryer Oven with a few of our favorites, fries and fish sticks and just as we suspected, they came out super crispy and delicious. With the easy 8 one-touch pre-set buttons, you can’t mess up cooking. They also provide a basket that is perfect for tater tots and smaller batches of food.


Now comes the exciting part, we wanted to try out the rotisserie feature so we decided to cook a roast. Now normally, I would cook the roast in the oven and it would take about 2 hours. Not with the Power AirFryer Oven, it took just 45 minutes!


All you need to do is place the seasoned roast onto the shaft (you will put the shaft straight through the meat), then attach the forks on the ends to keep it in place, then attach the skewer racks and place inside the oven.  It really was quick and simple to do.

Once in the oven you push the Rotisserie button and raise the timer to 45 minutes and this is how it turned out….

I love that they have a light feature just like a real oven. It was fun to watch the roast turn while it was cooking and easier to see how the cooking was coming along. I have to admit, the roast tasted better than my oven method. The outside was crispy and the inside was very juicy and pink where it needed to be.

As you can see, there is minimal mess on the bottom tray and since the tray is non-stick, it is very easy to clean with just soap and water.

The next thing we cooked in the rotisserie was a small ham. We did the same thing we did with the roast, put in through the shaft and secured it and pressed the rotisserie button and the correct temp and time via the recipe booklet and that too came out delicious. The outside was crispy like we enjoy and the rest did not dry out like it can while cooking it the traditional way.




Next, we had to give the dehydration feature a go, so we picked the Candied Bacon recipe from the included book, you read that right, candied bacon! OMG! Who would have thought? It only took about 30 minutes to make and it was amazing!

I love all of the books that are included, there are so many recipes that we wanted to try. Like the pretzel bites, I knew the boys would love them so I gave them a shot. I always thought you had to have special dough to make them but I soon learned that all you need is crescent dough, water, baking soda, and salt.

Oh my, just look at how yummy these pretzels turned out. I had to take my husband and kids word for it since I can’t eat them, but just look how golden they are and they took hardly any time at all!


Last but not least, my oldest wanted to try and make this crazy concoction he saw in the recipe book called a Cheese Melt that is essentially a jacked up grilled cheese with mozzarella sticks inside. Here’s how that turned out. You can definitely see how toasted the bread is.

The main reason that everything came out so perfectly is the stainless steel Air Flow Racks and 1700 watts of 360° Air Flow Technology. The food cooks evenly on the top and the bottom giving it that crispy fried texture. We love the Power AirFryer Oven and I think you will too.


You can get the Power AirFryer Oven in 6QT or an 8QT and choose from red, white or black. It is definitely worth every penny and will be an appliance that you will find yourself using every single day!



1 thought on “Power AirFryer Oven Review

  1. Heh heh: “Rotisserie chicken, eaten hunched over like a predator. The image here is hilarious. My husband and I have started referring to rotisserie chickens as pigeons. One checkout clerk told us he buys one EACH for his teenage sons because the birds are so small. Thanks for the menu info. http://quakeonthelake.org/

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