[CnD] About the Power Air Fryer Oven

Ann tate886 at gmail.com
Mon Aug 26 13:45:57 EDT 2019


Actually, bump dots do work. This is how I had my sighted nephew label mine, and for almost a year, its worked perfectly.

Also, all the accessories I ordered with mine work perfectly with my Power Air Fryer. I’m especially glad I got the rotisserie set becaue these rotisserie chickens are delicious!

but I ordered mine online and not over the phone. Not sure if that makes a difference.

Anyway, it is a purchase I so do not regret making. We are probably gonna wear our poor Power Air Fryer out, we use it so much daily.

~Ann



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> On Aug 26, 2019, at 12:26 PM, Chris Green via Cookinginthedark <cookinginthedark at acbradio.org> wrote:
> 
> I own the power air fryer which I Purchased over the telephone after listening to an infomercial. The control panel is a touch sensitive panel. It must be activated by touch of a finger just like a smart phone. Bump dots do not work. I had a cited friend make me a stencil on a approximately 1/8 inch thick piece of sticky foam cutting out all of the areas where the touch is needed to be made. I have put notes in my phone as to which controls are available on the panel. Using this method I have been very successful in using the fryer and I am very happy with the results. Caution if you purchase it on the phone they will try to upsell you with a lot of accessories. Be careful the accessories which include additional frying baking and roasting pans are not made for the air fryer and do not fit they do not disclose this but I was very disappointed with the accessories that I purchased. Otherwise I am very very happy with my air fryer.
> 
>> On Aug 26, 2019, at 5:48 AM, Pamela Fairchild via Cookinginthedark <cookinginthedark at acbradio.org> wrote:
>> 
>> This air fryer oven sounds very good, but I am concerned about whether a totally blind person can use its controls. What is the exact name of this device and where can I look at one in a brick and mortar store? Until I actually get my hands on this flat panel control, I don't know if it will work for a totally blind person. Even if marked, you have to locate the button spot with your finger. If touching the location triggers its response without any additional pressure, it is probably not going to work. 
>> A couple years ago my husband and I were looking for a new refrigerator. All the ones we wanted had impossible controls for me. Just moving my hand across the front of the unit made it beep and changed settings. Just imagine the fun a little child could have. There is now a locking device on some units now so that the beeping won't change anything, but if unlocking the unit consists of some combination of buttons pushed, it could still happen accidentally. 
>> The bottom line is that any unit, cooking or cooling, is safer if the buttons have to be pressurized a bit in order for them to activate their change. Then there is some hope for marking and using the unit.
>> 
>> Pamela Fairchild 
>> <pamelafairchild at comcast.net>
>> 
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Donnie Parrett via Cookinginthedark 
>> Sent: Saturday, August 10, 2019 6:55 PM
>> To: cookinginthedark at acbradio.org
>> Cc: Donnie Parrett <deparrett at prtcnet.org>
>> Subject: [CnD] About the Power Air Fryer Oven
>> 
>> This is not a paid advertisement, just a customer who wouldn't trade his Power Air Fryer Oven for any thing else used in the kitchen!!!  Ha ha ha!!!
>> 
>> The Power Air Fryer Oven is 18 inches tall, 12 inches wide and 12 inches deep.
>> The door is in the front and pulls down from the top.
>> The inside has different levels to put up to 5 stainless steel wired trays.
>> The place to put the rotisserie rod is about in the middle.
>> The inside of the machine has rounded corners for the air to circulate through it.
>> All the air comes in from the top of the unit and circulates all through the inside, top to bottom and all around.
>> At the bottom of the inside is a drip pan that slides in and out for easy cleaning.
>> The controls are all flat screen and are located between the top of the door and the top of the machine.
>> They are very large and lighted up in blue.
>> When you push the large button at the bottom of the screen all the controls light up.
>> It takes the unit about 60 seconds after you push the button to begin so you have enough time to make your settings.
>> It is preset to come on at 370 degrees and 15 minutes.
>> On the left side of the screen are up and down buttons for the temperature which can easily be marked with bump dots. The temperature is raised or lowered 5 degrees with each push of the button. It makes a beeping sound so you will know if the number is changing.
>> On the right side are the up and down buttons for the time. It automatically comes on at 15 minutes and each push of the button raises or lowers the time by 1 minute.
>> Between the temperature and time buttons are about 3 rows of symbols that you can push for things that are preset, like French Fries, Leg of Lamb, Fish, Shrimp, Chicken, Cake, Rotisserie, Popcorn and Dehydration.
>> I have a little sight and it is very easy for me to see the numbers.
>> It would be very easy to mark everything with bump dots.
>> If anyone wants to know more, please feel free to give me a call at 606-493-8070.
>> I would be glad to try and answer any questions or concerns that you might have.
>> By the way, the Power Air Fryer Oven cooks the best bacon you've ever eaten.
>> If you want to watch the infomercial go here:
>> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGj0sGAsjUU
>> 
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