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Tefal unveils its first dual drawer air fryer range

The Dual Drawer Easy Fry & Grill features two asymmetrical drawers and comes in three colourways.

Following rigorous testing and innovation, Tefal has launched its first dual air fryer, the Dual Easy Fry and Grill Air Fryer 8.3L. The range is available now in the stainless steel colourway, with the black and grey models available later this month.

16 years after the launch of its first air fryer, Actifry, Tefal’s new model is the result of two years of testing, research and customer insight into what would make the perfect dual drawer air fryer.

Designed with the home cook in mind, the new model is equipped with two asymmetrical drawers, one with a 5.2L capacity, and the other with 3.1L capacity. Each drawer works independently. The 3.1L drawer is ideal for a side dish, whilst using both drawers allows users to cook two meals at the same time. By combining both drawers, large meals can be prepared.

The Dual Easy Fry & Grill Air Fryer cooks meals 40% faster than a conventional over, as well as saving up to 70% less energy. Little to no oil is needed, all meaning consumers will spend less on energy bills and make healthier meals.

Christopher, managing director at Tefal, commented: “Air fryers continue to be the must-have kitchen gadget, so we’re delighted to be launching our first ever dual drawer models and adding to our Easy Fry range with the Easy Fry Dual Air Fryer & Grill.

“We invented the first air fryer 16 years ago and have since continued to innovate and support customer needs through our evolving range. Not only are Tefal extremely credible in the category through our years of service, but we’re also extremely rigorous with our product testing and development.

“Naturally, this attention to detail takes a little longer to come to market with products but has given us the opportunity to take feedback from consumers onboard to help us create what we believe to be the ultimate dual drawer air fryer you see today.”

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