Philips has its own oil-less air fryer similar to the Big Boss model I previously pointed out will make you less likely to get fat and have a heart attack. Actually, Philips has two AirFryers: a simple version with manual temperature adjustment and a turn-knob timer, and the slick digital model pictured here. Both use Rapid Air Technology (aka convection) to circulate hot air through foods such as raw potato sticks and egg-washed, flour-dusted drumsticks to make french fries and fried chicken without the artery-clogging oil dousing.
The digital AirFryer has a touch screen interface for adjusting cook temperatures up to 390 degrees and setting the 60-minute timer. Frying, baking, roasting, and grilling are all possible inside the basket, which includes a double layer rack for increased surface space. The addition of oil is minimal at 1 tablespoon or less, which can reduce the fat content of cooked foods by up to 70%. In addition to lightening up standard deep fried fare, the AirFryer can churn out cakes, mac & cheese, and roasts.