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GoWISE USA GW44800-O Deluxe 12.7-Quarts 15-in-1 Electric Air Fryer Oven w/Rotisserie and Dehydrator + 50 Recipes, Black/Silver
GoWISE USA GW44800-O Deluxe 12.7-Quarts 15-in-1 Electric Air Fryer Oven w/Rotisserie and Dehydrator + 50 Recipes, Black/Silver
GoWISE USA GW44800-O Deluxe 12.7-Quarts 15-in-1 Electric Air Fryer Oven w/Rotisserie and Dehydrator + 50 Recipes, Black/Silver
GoWISE USA GW44800-O Deluxe 12.7-Quarts 15-in-1 Electric Air Fryer Oven w/Rotisserie and Dehydrator + 50 Recipes, Black/Silver
GoWISE USA GW44800-O Deluxe 12.7-Quarts 15-in-1 Electric Air Fryer Oven w/Rotisserie and Dehydrator + 50 Recipes, Black/Silver
GoWISE USA GW44800-O Deluxe 12.7-Quarts 15-in-1 Electric Air Fryer Oven w/Rotisserie and Dehydrator + 50 Recipes, Black/Silver
GoWISE USA GW44800-O Deluxe 12.7-Quarts 15-in-1 Electric Air Fryer Oven w/Rotisserie and Dehydrator + 50 Recipes, Black/Silver
GoWISE USA GW44800-O Deluxe 12.7-Quarts 15-in-1 Electric Air Fryer Oven w/Rotisserie and Dehydrator + 50 Recipes, Black/Silver

GoWISE USA GW44800-O Deluxe 12.7-Quarts 15-in-1 Electric Air Fryer Oven w/Rotisserie and Dehydrator + 50 Recipes, Black/Silver

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GoWISE USA GW44800-O Deluxe 12.7-Quarts 15-in-1 Electric Air Fryer Oven w/Rotisserie and Dehydrator + 50 Recipes, Black/Silver
GoWISE USA GW44800-O Deluxe 12.7-Quarts 15-in-1 Electric Air Fryer Oven w/Rotisserie and Dehydrator + 50 Recipes, Black/Silver
GoWISE USA GW44800-O Deluxe 12.7-Quarts 15-in-1 Electric Air Fryer Oven w/Rotisserie and Dehydrator + 50 Recipes, Black/Silver
GoWISE USA GW44800-O Deluxe 12.7-Quarts 15-in-1 Electric Air Fryer Oven w/Rotisserie and Dehydrator + 50 Recipes, Black/Silver
GoWISE USA GW44800-O Deluxe 12.7-Quarts 15-in-1 Electric Air Fryer Oven w/Rotisserie and Dehydrator + 50 Recipes, Black/Silver
GoWISE USA GW44800-O Deluxe 12.7-Quarts 15-in-1 Electric Air Fryer Oven w/Rotisserie and Dehydrator + 50 Recipes, Black/Silver
GoWISE USA GW44800-O Deluxe 12.7-Quarts 15-in-1 Electric Air Fryer Oven w/Rotisserie and Dehydrator + 50 Recipes, Black/Silver
GoWISE USA GW44800-O Deluxe 12.7-Quarts 15-in-1 Electric Air Fryer Oven w/Rotisserie and Dehydrator + 50 Recipes, Black/Silver
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Size: 12.7-QT


Color: Black/Silver


Features

  • Family-sized & space saver: 12.7 quarts of cooking space makes this air fryer one of the largest on the market, while still being compact enough to fit easily on your countertop. 3 rack levels allow you to prepare family-sized quantities, or control how fast and how crispy your food cooks.
  • Built-in rotisserie: Prepare whole roasts, tenderloins, racks of Kababs, and even a whole chicken. Get crispy, tender meats, perfectly blackened fish, and expertly roasted vegetables with the GoWISE air fryer oven's built-in rotisserie - It's fast, easy, and you'll love it.
  • Includes 10 accessories: Comes with 10 accessories everything youll need to make a homemade meal with ease. Accessories include a rotisserie tong, rotisserie rod, oven rack, drip pan, skewer rotisserie, rotisserie cage, rotisserie steak cage, shallow mesh basket, and two mesh trays.
  • Easy-to-use: Easy to read, simple to use control display with 15 presets takes the guesswork out of cooking times and temperatures. Cook for convenience or to impress without ever having to turn on the range. And when youre done, the stainless-steel interior and remove-able, non-stick drip pan makes for easy clean-up.
  • 50 recipes to get you started: Your purchase includes a recipe book specifically made for the GoWISE USA Air fryer oven. Get started today with 50 step-by-step recipes to explore all that your new kitchen gadget has to offer. Get more tips, tricks and recipes through our influencers on social media and our GoWISE community.
  • 1 year: Includes is a 1-year purchase and free lifetime support from GoWISE USA.
  • Perfect Father's day gift. Give this healthy, convenient appliance to the special dads in your life. He will love the delicious meals he can create with the versatile accessories and functions.

Description

Size:12.7-QT | Color:Black/Silver Where the traditional air fryer ends, the new air fryer oven begins. Cook all of your favorite fried foods with little to no oil and now, prepare meals and snacks that were recently impossible with the traditional air fryer. The air fryer oven has three levels that allow you to take full control of the crispiness, tenderness and doneness of your food. Make dried fruit for healthy snacks, tasty jerky, or dry your spices with the new dehydrate function. Prepare whole roasts, chickens, tenderloins, or evenly roasted vegetables with the improved Rotisserie capabilities and included Rotisserie accessories. Fry, roast, bake, dehydrate - the only limitation to what you can make using the new 12. 7 Qtr. Electric Programmable air fryer oven Deluxe is your imagination.


Product Dimensions: 11.5 x 12 x 14 inches


Item Weight: 23.3 pounds


Manufacturer: GoWISE USA


Item model number: GW44800-O


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: October 10, 2018


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Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Size: 12.7-QT


Color: Black/Silver


Features

  • Family-sized & space saver: 12.7 quarts of cooking space makes this air fryer one of the largest on the market, while still being compact enough to fit easily on your countertop. 3 rack levels allow you to prepare family-sized quantities, or control how fast and how crispy your food cooks.
  • Built-in rotisserie: Prepare whole roasts, tenderloins, racks of Kababs, and even a whole chicken. Get crispy, tender meats, perfectly blackened fish, and expertly roasted vegetables with the GoWISE air fryer oven's built-in rotisserie - It's fast, easy, and you'll love it.
  • Includes 10 accessories: Comes with 10 accessories everything youll need to make a homemade meal with ease. Accessories include a rotisserie tong, rotisserie rod, oven rack, drip pan, skewer rotisserie, rotisserie cage, rotisserie steak cage, shallow mesh basket, and two mesh trays.
  • Easy-to-use: Easy to read, simple to use control display with 15 presets takes the guesswork out of cooking times and temperatures. Cook for convenience or to impress without ever having to turn on the range. And when youre done, the stainless-steel interior and remove-able, non-stick drip pan makes for easy clean-up.
  • 50 recipes to get you started: Your purchase includes a recipe book specifically made for the GoWISE USA Air fryer oven. Get started today with 50 step-by-step recipes to explore all that your new kitchen gadget has to offer. Get more tips, tricks and recipes through our influencers on social media and our GoWISE community.
  • 1 year: Includes is a 1-year purchase and free lifetime support from GoWISE USA.
  • Perfect Father's day gift. Give this healthy, convenient appliance to the special dads in your life. He will love the delicious meals he can create with the versatile accessories and functions.

Description

Size:12.7-QT | Color:Black/Silver Where the traditional air fryer ends, the new air fryer oven begins. Cook all of your favorite fried foods with little to no oil and now, prepare meals and snacks that were recently impossible with the traditional air fryer. The air fryer oven has three levels that allow you to take full control of the crispiness, tenderness and doneness of your food. Make dried fruit for healthy snacks, tasty jerky, or dry your spices with the new dehydrate function. Prepare whole roasts, chickens, tenderloins, or evenly roasted vegetables with the improved Rotisserie capabilities and included Rotisserie accessories. Fry, roast, bake, dehydrate - the only limitation to what you can make using the new 12. 7 Qtr. Electric Programmable air fryer oven Deluxe is your imagination.


Product Dimensions: 11.5 x 12 x 14 inches


Item Weight: 23.3 pounds


Manufacturer: GoWISE USA


Item model number: GW44800-O


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: October 10, 2018


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Family-sized & space saver: 12.7 quarts of cooking space makes this air fryer one of the largest on the market, while still being compact enough to fit easily on your countertop. 3 rack levels allow you to prepare family-sized quantities, or control how fast and how crispy your food cooks.
  • Built-in rotisserie: Prepare whole roasts, tenderloins, racks of Kababs, and even a whole chicken. Get crispy, tender meats, perfectly blackened fish, and expertly roasted vegetables with the GoWISE air fryer oven's built-in rotisserie - It's fast, easy, and you'll love it.
  • Includes 10 accessories: Comes with 10 accessories everything youll need to make a homemade meal with ease. Accessories include a rotisserie tong, rotisserie rod, oven rack, drip pan, skewer rotisserie, rotisserie cage, rotisserie steak cage, shallow mesh basket, and two mesh trays.
  • Easy-to-use: Easy to read, simple to use control display with 15 presets takes the guesswork out of cooking times and temperatures. Cook for convenience or to impress without ever having to turn on the range. And when youre done, the stainless-steel interior and remove-able, non-stick drip pan makes for easy clean-up.
  • 50 recipes to get you started: Your purchase includes a recipe book specifically made for the GoWISE USA Air fryer oven. Get started today with 50 step-by-step recipes to explore all that your new kitchen gadget has to offer. Get more tips, tricks and recipes through our influencers on social media and our GoWISE community.
  • 1 year: Includes is a 1-year purchase and free lifetime support from GoWISE USA.
  • Perfect Father's day gift. Give this healthy, convenient appliance to the special dads in your life. He will love the delicious meals he can create with the versatile accessories and functions.

Description

Size:12.7-QT | Color:Black/Silver Where the traditional air fryer ends, the new air fryer oven begins. Cook all of your favorite fried foods with little to no oil and now, prepare meals and snacks that were recently impossible with the traditional air fryer. The air fryer oven has three levels that allow you to take full control of the crispiness, tenderness and doneness of your food. Make dried fruit for healthy snacks, tasty jerky, or dry your spices with the new dehydrate function. Prepare whole roasts, chickens, tenderloins, or evenly roasted vegetables with the improved Rotisserie capabilities and included Rotisserie accessories. Fry, roast, bake, dehydrate - the only limitation to what you can make using the new 12. 7 Qtr. Electric Programmable air fryer oven Deluxe is your imagination.


Product Dimensions: 11.5 x 12 x 14 inches


Item Weight: 23.3 pounds


Manufacturer: GoWISE USA


Item model number: GW44800-O


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: October 10, 2018


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Top Amazon Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By John Bevan - Reviewed in the United States on May 21, 2019
Good Oven but...
My purchase and use of this oven has been an interesting (and not always enjoyable) drama and I now completely rewrite this review to reflect the history. First, let me start by talking about what I like about the oven... I like the overall operation. The control panel is easy to use and the oven works well. It cooks quite well, though cooking with it will take a bit of getting used to since things tend to cook faster by convection than by conventional means. As such, adjusting temperatures and times becomes necessary. Now, what problems did I have? It all started when I was trying to use the cylindrical rotisserie basket in which one can tumble various items for even cooking. I was using it to cook frozen jalapeno poppers. I took the contents of the eight-ounce package and put it into the basket and set it to doing its job. Four times in the fifteen minutes of cooking, the front door popped open. Each time it did so, the oven lost heat, the rotisserie motor stopped spinning, and the proper cooking of the food was interrupted. If I happened to notice it, it was no big deal as I was able to correct the problem right away. However, three of the four times, I didn't notice right away and the only way I knew what was going on was that I noticed the fan stopped but that the timer had not yet beeped for the conclusion of the cooking. The rotisserie is supposed to be able to handle up to five pounds, so opening due to the vibration of one-tenth of that amount moving around in the basket is definitely not a good thing! I contacted the manufacturer (a company called Ming's Mark markets the brand name GoWise USA) to ask what could be done to fix the problem. After a few email exchanges, what Marisol decided to do was generate a prepaid UPS return label so that I could send back the unit for a refund minus a 15-percent restocking fee. Considering that I had the unit for less than a week at that point, I found that completely unacceptable and let her know. I then also made a point that the company was in violation of state "Buyer's Remorse" law as well as the federal Magnusson-Moss Warranty Act and that if I returned the unit, it would be for a full refund. At that point, the case was handed over to another gal by the name of Marilyn and she started trying to smooth things over. She actually listened to my problems with the unit and my complaints about how the situation was handled and worked with me to come up with a resolution that I would find satisfactory. Considering that the issue was that the latch for the oven door was too weak to keep it closed reliably, we agreed that an exchange of the unit would be necessary. Given the fact that I entertain a lot and had plans to use this oven over the next week or so, she agreed to an advance exchange: she would send out the replacement oven before I sent back the defective unit. (You might ask how I used the bad unit if the door wouldn't stay closed. Simple: I taped it shut. A couple small pieces of gaffer's tape stuck to the sides of the oven door and to the sides of the oven body kept the door closed successfully.) The return of the bad unit was prepaid by the label that Marisol had previously generated. A few days later, the replacement oven arrived. Before I packed up the bad unit and sent it off, I compared the latches and could tell right away that the latch in the new unit was much stronger than the one in the unit I originally received. This should easily keep the door closed under greater amounts of vibration, though I haven't yet had the opportunity to try it out. Originally, I rated this down to a 1-star review because of the door problem and the lack of support provided by Marisol. However, at this point, I raise my review to a 3-star score. I still knock off a couple of stars because I never should have had to go through such hassle in trying to get some assistance with their unit and receiving cooperation only after threatening considering my legal options and contacting my retained legal firm. The oven appears to work well for everything that it is supposed to do. My suggestion for those who have problems with it not cooking properly is to make sure that they are using it appropriately: (1) This oven requires that the air be able to circulate from bottom to top (the fan at the top blows the air out), so that means that anything put on the oven racks must be properly spaced so as to allow the passage of air. (2) Anything put into the tumbling rotisserie basket should be put in loosely enough to allow the contents (such as French fries) to topple easily. (The manual recommends filling the basket not more than half-full so as to allow proper tumbling action.) (3) If the rotisserie has quit turning, make sure that the door is closed. It will not turn while the door is ajar. The easy way to address this is by pushing slightly on the door until it clicks shut. The top of the door handle should be even with the bottom of the control panel. (4) Be aware that the oven does not turn off right away. Once the timer has expired, the rotisserie quits spinning (if it was being used), the oven light turns off, and the display turns to all zeroes. This lets you know that it is done cooking. The fan still operates so as to help evacuate the heat to make removal of the food easier, more comfortable, and safer. (We are talking about a small oven and therefore the potential to get burned is higher than in a full-size range oven.) (5) Also, be aware that a few seconds after the display has turned to all zeroes, the oven will beep again and turn off the display but the fan will still be blowing. This is to help dissipate the heat from the heating element and will continue for about 20-30 seconds. At that point, the fan will shut off and the oven will be dormant until the owner wishes to use it again. This is standard operation, not a malfunction. (6) Those who have complained about problems with the control panel, its use is pretty simple. The Menu button steps through each of the various settings (Manual, Fries, Frozen Foods, Wings, Pizza, etc.) with each keypress. Yes, if you accidentally press the button again and step past the option you want, you have to go around again. Some may find it annoying but it is best to be annoyed with oneself, not the machine. Besides, it takes less than five seconds to correct the user's error and return to the desired option. (7) As for the buttons being hard to press, I haven't found that to be the case with either unit, so if there is an issue with the buttons, I suggest getting in touch with Marilyn and seeing what she can do. She might send out an exchange. What I would suggest doing first, though, is making sure that any protective shipping plastic that came on the control panel has been removed. Many "glossy" control panels have clear plastic clung to them during manufacturing to keep fingerprints and other marks off the control panels while they are being moved around in the factory so as to keep the appearance as pristine as possible until it reaches the customer. That plastic is supposed to be removed before operation. This is true for this oven, televisions, computers, printers, and everything else that uses it. Just get rid of it. It interferes with the ability of the control panel to sense the user's keypresses and can easily lead to complaints of difficult operation. (A perfect case in point is a large number of complaints about a new microwave oven I purchased last Fall. People left that plastic on and complained that they couldn't set the timer easily. Removing the plastic corrected the issue.) (8) Oh, one more thing: some users have complained that they have to press Power to turn the unit on, select their desired function by pressing Menu (and modifying the default temperature and/or time with the Temperature and Time buttons), and then having to press Power again to get the oven to start. First of all, this sequence is explained in the user manual, so if it was hard to figure out, I suggest they didn't follow the old advice of RTFM: Read the Fine Manual! As for having to "press so many buttons," this is the way this oven works. If you want something that works differently, find a different model of oven that doesn't have as much versatility. Then again, a microwave might be a good option for you. Oh wait, that involves buttons as well... (9) Finally, for those who say that the user manual is too short and not very detailed, first, congratulations for reading the manual. However, be aware that the manual gives as much detail as is needed to use this oven. It isn't rocket science. If you want to heat up a frozen food, select the Frozen Foods option and let the oven do its thing. The manual doesn't need to explain each and every Menu option and how it differs. After all, those options are there for convenience by having certain temperatures and times set by default. The user could never use anything other than the first option--Manual--and always set his own time and temperature, selecting the Rotisserie when that function is desired--and use the oven just as if he had used the other options. It would not make any difference to the food or oven. Consider it like the microwave. Some microwaves have "quick use" functions such as +30 Sec to add 30 seconds to the timer. Some users will press that to set the timer for a quick 30-second operation while others may actually program in 30 seconds by hitting "Cook, 3, 0, Start." It accomplishes the same thing. The +30 Sec button is only for convenience but does not change the operation of the machine: it still cooks for 30 seconds at high power in both situations. I hope others find this information helpful and that this experience has been a good lesson learned for the folks at Ming's Mark in regard to providing good customer service. Marilyn did a good job but Marisol missed the mark by a mile!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Lisa Alford - Reviewed in the United States on January 10, 2019
LOVE my new air fryer oven!
I bought this as my first air fryer. Had it for a little over a week and have used it every single day since getting it. Has all the features of that other big name (seen on TV) brand but I didn't have to worry about all the negative reviews because it's GoWise and their reputation is great! Also comes with a much better warranty! The only bad thing I can think of to say is that it beeps really loud when programming. No biggie :) I did a lot of research prior to buying and I have no regrets with my choice.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By VC - Reviewed in the United States on January 9, 2019
All in one appliance
Received as a Christmas present and was skeptical at first. After reading all the instructions - found this to be a very versatile appliance. Good footprint size and fits on our counter comfortably even with the 5" surrounding air space required. Tried toast first off and it passed to take out the toaster oven. Next tried pork kebabs and veggies with the rotisserie and meat came out moist and veggies crisp. Frozen pizza came out great however had to cut it in half and place diagonally on shelf to fit on shelves. I find time presets and suggested times to be a tad long so have adjusted accordingly and usually check half way to determine what is needed to finish. Baking still needs testing but assume it is similar to using a convection oven. Stainless finish makes clean up easy. So far love the new air fryer. We were in need of replacing our wall oven but may hold off for a little longer. We do have a commercial oven when size becomes an issue. Hope it's life span makes it worthwhile.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Vanice Weston - Reviewed in the United States on April 12, 2019
Easy to use! Fail proof meals in minutes!
We had been shopping for an air fryer for a while. We finally decided on GoWISE. I thought I would use it once in a while but it is so easy to use and the recipe book is so easy to follow so we have used it almost everyday. Tonight we had baked potatoes cooked to perfection in just 25 minutes. We have taken tortillas and cooked them for 3 minutes with a little olive oil and they were delicious. I am able to make healthy meals so easily and much quicker than my regular oven. I can cook such a wide variety of food. Cooking has never been something I enjoy but I know it’s important to provide healthy meals for my family. Anything that makes it easier is winner for me! Great purchase! Worth every penny!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Crafterplayer - Reviewed in the United States on February 2, 2019
This air fryer oven is the bomb!
Bought this air fryer oven a couple of weeks ago and absolutely love it! We use it almost every day. It makes everything hot and nice and crispy. I use it in place of our oven for many things, which will be nice when not wanting to use the regular oven during the summer. I researched many air fryer ovens and chose this one...you should too!

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Brian - Reviewed in the United States on January 31, 2019
Good product. Need to experiment more though as it's fairly new.
Cooks as described as long as you adjust time and shelf positions to your own past experiences after initial uses. Shelf ledges need to be wider so pans don't drop down when heating (expanding interior). Happened three times to me but they didn't drop all the way down as others have described. Product has many possibilities and I need to play with it more to really give a more in-depth review but so far it is a good product and I would recommend it to friends.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By R. Kelley - Reviewed in the United States on May 2, 2019
Temperature Issues.
Very disappointed with this air fryer. Recipes from book were not coming out right so I bought an oven temperature gauge. It took 5 minutes to get close to the set temperature and then didn't maintain it. Example: set for 350. After 5 full minutes it got up to 325, over the next 5 minutes it went up and down several times from 300 to 320. Guess I'll be returning it to Amazon

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Demir - Reviewed in the United States on May 6, 2019
Tasty Chickens
It's very nice air fryer. I'm loving the rotisserie. Even tough the inside is a little small it's perfect for 3-3.5 lbs chickens. Makes the frozen fries perfectly but fries from fresh potatoes are not as good. We started using it almost everyday and I recommend it everyone. You should cook chickens a little longer than recommended. It can be bloddy even after 35 minutes depending on the size of your chicken. It's not too hard to clean but I recommend a box to keep all the pieces together so you don't lose them.

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3.0 out of 5 stars
By John Bevan - Reviewed in the United States on May 21, 2019
Good Oven but...
My purchase and use of this oven has been an interesting (and not always enjoyable) drama and I now completely rewrite this review to reflect the history. First, let me start by talking about what I like about the oven... I like the overall operation. The control panel is easy to use and the oven works well. It cooks quite well, though cooking with it will take a bit of getting used to since things tend to cook faster by convection than by conventional means. As such, adjusting temperatures and times becomes necessary. Now, what problems did I have? It all started when I was trying to use the cylindrical rotisserie basket in which one can tumble various items for even cooking. I was using it to cook frozen jalapeno poppers. I took the contents of the eight-ounce package and put it into the basket and set it to doing its job. Four times in the fifteen minutes of cooking, the front door popped open. Each time it did so, the oven lost heat, the rotisserie motor stopped spinning, and the proper cooking of the food was interrupted. If I happened to notice it, it was no big deal as I was able to correct the problem right away. However, three of the four times, I didn't notice right away and the only way I knew what was going on was that I noticed the fan stopped but that the timer had not yet beeped for the conclusion of the cooking. The rotisserie is supposed to be able to handle up to five pounds, so opening due to the vibration of one-tenth of that amount moving around in the basket is definitely not a good thing! I contacted the manufacturer (a company called Ming's Mark markets the brand name GoWise USA) to ask what could be done to fix the problem. After a few email exchanges, what Marisol decided to do was generate a prepaid UPS return label so that I could send back the unit for a refund minus a 15-percent restocking fee. Considering that I had the unit for less than a week at that point, I found that completely unacceptable and let her know. I then also made a point that the company was in violation of state "Buyer's Remorse" law as well as the federal Magnusson-Moss Warranty Act and that if I returned the unit, it would be for a full refund. At that point, the case was handed over to another gal by the name of Marilyn and she started trying to smooth things over. She actually listened to my problems with the unit and my complaints about how the situation was handled and worked with me to come up with a resolution that I would find satisfactory. Considering that the issue was that the latch for the oven door was too weak to keep it closed reliably, we agreed that an exchange of the unit would be necessary. Given the fact that I entertain a lot and had plans to use this oven over the next week or so, she agreed to an advance exchange: she would send out the replacement oven before I sent back the defective unit. (You might ask how I used the bad unit if the door wouldn't stay closed. Simple: I taped it shut. A couple small pieces of gaffer's tape stuck to the sides of the oven door and to the sides of the oven body kept the door closed successfully.) The return of the bad unit was prepaid by the label that Marisol had previously generated. A few days later, the replacement oven arrived. Before I packed up the bad unit and sent it off, I compared the latches and could tell right away that the latch in the new unit was much stronger than the one in the unit I originally received. This should easily keep the door closed under greater amounts of vibration, though I haven't yet had the opportunity to try it out. Originally, I rated this down to a 1-star review because of the door problem and the lack of support provided by Marisol. However, at this point, I raise my review to a 3-star score. I still knock off a couple of stars because I never should have had to go through such hassle in trying to get some assistance with their unit and receiving cooperation only after threatening considering my legal options and contacting my retained legal firm. The oven appears to work well for everything that it is supposed to do. My suggestion for those who have problems with it not cooking properly is to make sure that they are using it appropriately: (1) This oven requires that the air be able to circulate from bottom to top (the fan at the top blows the air out), so that means that anything put on the oven racks must be properly spaced so as to allow the passage of air. (2) Anything put into the tumbling rotisserie basket should be put in loosely enough to allow the contents (such as French fries) to topple easily. (The manual recommends filling the basket not more than half-full so as to allow proper tumbling action.) (3) If the rotisserie has quit turning, make sure that the door is closed. It will not turn while the door is ajar. The easy way to address this is by pushing slightly on the door until it clicks shut. The top of the door handle should be even with the bottom of the control panel. (4) Be aware that the oven does not turn off right away. Once the timer has expired, the rotisserie quits spinning (if it was being used), the oven light turns off, and the display turns to all zeroes. This lets you know that it is done cooking. The fan still operates so as to help evacuate the heat to make removal of the food easier, more comfortable, and safer. (We are talking about a small oven and therefore the potential to get burned is higher than in a full-size range oven.) (5) Also, be aware that a few seconds after the display has turned to all zeroes, the oven will beep again and turn off the display but the fan will still be blowing. This is to help dissipate the heat from the heating element and will continue for about 20-30 seconds. At that point, the fan will shut off and the oven will be dormant until the owner wishes to use it again. This is standard operation, not a malfunction. (6) Those who have complained about problems with the control panel, its use is pretty simple. The Menu button steps through each of the various settings (Manual, Fries, Frozen Foods, Wings, Pizza, etc.) with each keypress. Yes, if you accidentally press the button again and step past the option you want, you have to go around again. Some may find it annoying but it is best to be annoyed with oneself, not the machine. Besides, it takes less than five seconds to correct the user's error and return to the desired option. (7) As for the buttons being hard to press, I haven't found that to be the case with either unit, so if there is an issue with the buttons, I suggest getting in touch with Marilyn and seeing what she can do. She might send out an exchange. What I would suggest doing first, though, is making sure that any protective shipping plastic that came on the control panel has been removed. Many "glossy" control panels have clear plastic clung to them during manufacturing to keep fingerprints and other marks off the control panels while they are being moved around in the factory so as to keep the appearance as pristine as possible until it reaches the customer. That plastic is supposed to be removed before operation. This is true for this oven, televisions, computers, printers, and everything else that uses it. Just get rid of it. It interferes with the ability of the control panel to sense the user's keypresses and can easily lead to complaints of difficult operation. (A perfect case in point is a large number of complaints about a new microwave oven I purchased last Fall. People left that plastic on and complained that they couldn't set the timer easily. Removing the plastic corrected the issue.) (8) Oh, one more thing: some users have complained that they have to press Power to turn the unit on, select their desired function by pressing Menu (and modifying the default temperature and/or time with the Temperature and Time buttons), and then having to press Power again to get the oven to start. First of all, this sequence is explained in the user manual, so if it was hard to figure out, I suggest they didn't follow the old advice of RTFM: Read the Fine Manual! As for having to "press so many buttons," this is the way this oven works. If you want something that works differently, find a different model of oven that doesn't have as much versatility. Then again, a microwave might be a good option for you. Oh wait, that involves buttons as well... (9) Finally, for those who say that the user manual is too short and not very detailed, first, congratulations for reading the manual. However, be aware that the manual gives as much detail as is needed to use this oven. It isn't rocket science. If you want to heat up a frozen food, select the Frozen Foods option and let the oven do its thing. The manual doesn't need to explain each and every Menu option and how it differs. After all, those options are there for convenience by having certain temperatures and times set by default. The user could never use anything other than the first option--Manual--and always set his own time and temperature, selecting the Rotisserie when that function is desired--and use the oven just as if he had used the other options. It would not make any difference to the food or oven. Consider it like the microwave. Some microwaves have "quick use" functions such as +30 Sec to add 30 seconds to the timer. Some users will press that to set the timer for a quick 30-second operation while others may actually program in 30 seconds by hitting "Cook, 3, 0, Start." It accomplishes the same thing. The +30 Sec button is only for convenience but does not change the operation of the machine: it still cooks for 30 seconds at high power in both situations. I hope others find this information helpful and that this experience has been a good lesson learned for the folks at Ming's Mark in regard to providing good customer service. Marilyn did a good job but Marisol missed the mark by a mile!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Lisa Alford - Reviewed in the United States on January 10, 2019
LOVE my new air fryer oven!
I bought this as my first air fryer. Had it for a little over a week and have used it every single day since getting it. Has all the features of that other big name (seen on TV) brand but I didn't have to worry about all the negative reviews because it's GoWise and their reputation is great! Also comes with a much better warranty! The only bad thing I can think of to say is that it beeps really loud when programming. No biggie :) I did a lot of research prior to buying and I have no regrets with my choice.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By VC - Reviewed in the United States on January 9, 2019
All in one appliance
Received as a Christmas present and was skeptical at first. After reading all the instructions - found this to be a very versatile appliance. Good footprint size and fits on our counter comfortably even with the 5" surrounding air space required. Tried toast first off and it passed to take out the toaster oven. Next tried pork kebabs and veggies with the rotisserie and meat came out moist and veggies crisp. Frozen pizza came out great however had to cut it in half and place diagonally on shelf to fit on shelves. I find time presets and suggested times to be a tad long so have adjusted accordingly and usually check half way to determine what is needed to finish. Baking still needs testing but assume it is similar to using a convection oven. Stainless finish makes clean up easy. So far love the new air fryer. We were in need of replacing our wall oven but may hold off for a little longer. We do have a commercial oven when size becomes an issue. Hope it's life span makes it worthwhile.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Vanice Weston - Reviewed in the United States on April 12, 2019
Easy to use! Fail proof meals in minutes!
We had been shopping for an air fryer for a while. We finally decided on GoWISE. I thought I would use it once in a while but it is so easy to use and the recipe book is so easy to follow so we have used it almost everyday. Tonight we had baked potatoes cooked to perfection in just 25 minutes. We have taken tortillas and cooked them for 3 minutes with a little olive oil and they were delicious. I am able to make healthy meals so easily and much quicker than my regular oven. I can cook such a wide variety of food. Cooking has never been something I enjoy but I know it’s important to provide healthy meals for my family. Anything that makes it easier is winner for me! Great purchase! Worth every penny!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Crafterplayer - Reviewed in the United States on February 2, 2019
This air fryer oven is the bomb!
Bought this air fryer oven a couple of weeks ago and absolutely love it! We use it almost every day. It makes everything hot and nice and crispy. I use it in place of our oven for many things, which will be nice when not wanting to use the regular oven during the summer. I researched many air fryer ovens and chose this one...you should too!

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Brian - Reviewed in the United States on January 31, 2019
Good product. Need to experiment more though as it's fairly new.
Cooks as described as long as you adjust time and shelf positions to your own past experiences after initial uses. Shelf ledges need to be wider so pans don't drop down when heating (expanding interior). Happened three times to me but they didn't drop all the way down as others have described. Product has many possibilities and I need to play with it more to really give a more in-depth review but so far it is a good product and I would recommend it to friends.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By R. Kelley - Reviewed in the United States on May 2, 2019
Temperature Issues.
Very disappointed with this air fryer. Recipes from book were not coming out right so I bought an oven temperature gauge. It took 5 minutes to get close to the set temperature and then didn't maintain it. Example: set for 350. After 5 full minutes it got up to 325, over the next 5 minutes it went up and down several times from 300 to 320. Guess I'll be returning it to Amazon

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Demir - Reviewed in the United States on May 6, 2019
Tasty Chickens
It's very nice air fryer. I'm loving the rotisserie. Even tough the inside is a little small it's perfect for 3-3.5 lbs chickens. Makes the frozen fries perfectly but fries from fresh potatoes are not as good. We started using it almost everyday and I recommend it everyone. You should cook chickens a little longer than recommended. It can be bloddy even after 35 minutes depending on the size of your chicken. It's not too hard to clean but I recommend a box to keep all the pieces together so you don't lose them.