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Philips Airfryer XL with Wi-Fi connectivity, app control launched at Rs 17,995 – PostX News

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Expanding its kitchen appliances lineup, Philips has launched the Airfryer XL Connected in India. The latest air fryer from the company comes with smart connectivity options that include Wi-Fi connectivity, app controls and more. Apart from that, it also works with Amazon Alexa. The company claims that the air fryer allows users to cook oil-free.
The Airfryer is compatible with the NutriU app which let users control the air fryer using their smartphone. Functionality-wise, the app allows users to track, control and monitor the air fryer using their phone. The app also includes a plethora of recipes to choose from.
Here are some key features of the Philips Airfryer XL:
• Paired with NutriU App
• Amazon Alexa compatible
• 7 Preset functionalities
• 6.2 litre capacity
• 2000 W supply
• Temperature range of 80℃ to 200℃
Dishwasher safe removable parts
Philips Airfryer XL Connected: Price and availability
The Philips Airfryer XL Connected has been priced at Rs 17,995. It is available exclusively on the Philips Domestic Appliances e-store.
Commenting on the launch, Gulbahar Taurani, MD & CEO, Philips Domestic Appliances, India Subcontinent, said, “Today, people are increasingly striving to feel good, look good, and age healthily. And food is their number one enabler! While consumers are making a positive shift in their lifestyle by opting for healthier eating habits, Philips empowered them 10 years ago by introducing the first-ever Airfryer. With rapid air technology, starfish design and 90% less fat cooking, it became a revolutionary product for the Indian Market.”

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