The Cuisinart 3-in-1 Microwave AirFryer Oven brings versatility and variety to your kitchen combining three appliances to microwave, airfry and bake all in one. With a custom-engineered heater and fan designed for precision cooking, the air fryer uses significantly less oil to bring optimal nutrition and superior flavor to your favorite foods. With easy presets there's no more guesswork for your fried favorites - French fries, chicken wings and frozen snacks. The microwave is programmable with 11 power levels, Auto Cook, and defrosts food using time or weight. 0.6-cubic-foot interior provides enough capacity to airfry 2 lbs of wings or bake up to a 4-lb. chicken. From microwaving popcorn to air frying chicken wings to reheating leftovers, this is the kitchen essential that does it all.
- 3-in-1 "" Microwave, AirFryer, Convection Oven with specially engineered heater/fan configuration for optimal results
- AirFry & Oven Functions: Adjustable Time and Temperature, Preset Options
- Microwave Functions: Preset Microwave Options, 11 Power Levels (0-10), Auto-Cook, Defrost by Time or Weight
- Sleek Touchpad controls with white LED Display
- Stainless steel interior will not absorb odors and is easy to clean
- Includes: Rotating Glass Tray, Airfry Basket & Bake/Drip Pan
- Convenient Child Lock Option
- Oven Light to view your progress
- 0.6-cubic-foot Capacity
- 1500W AirFry/Oven; 700W Microwave
||14.4"(L) x 17.9"(W) x 13.8"(H)
|UC Cubic Feet
||17.63"(L) x 20.88"(W) x 15.38"(H)
|MC Cubic Feet
||21.38"(L) x 18.25"(W) x 16.25"(H)
Energy Star Rated:
0.6 cu. ft.
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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