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Hanabishi’s New Air Fryer Oven Is a Game-Changer

The reception for Hanabishi Appliances’ air fryer range has been nothing but positive. With different variations available, customers can easily choose one that best fits their needs and budget.

This April, the top appliance manufacturer introduces another air fryer that offers more space for cooking, baking, toasting, and air-frying.

With a capacity of 30 liters, the new Hanabishi Air Fryer Oven (HAFEO-30SS) is the biggest among the company’s air fryer line. It is large enough to air-fry up to 3 lbs toast 6 slices of bread, and bake a 4 lb chicken or 12” pizza.

It’s a great investment for those who are looking to start a home cooking business and those who want to cook a variety of meals for their loved ones. It has six functions: air-frying, broiling, baking, toasting, convection broiling, and convection baking. It also has a rotisserie function.

Like the other Hanabishi air fryer models that came before it, the Hanabishi HAFEO-30SS is easy to use. It has a 65-230C adjustable thermostat and a 60-minute timer with a bell ring, and an auto shutoff function.

Made of pure stainless steel housing, it has a knob that easily and quickly sets to toast mode for sliced bread and a quiet operation.

To learn more about the Hanabishi HAFEO-30SS and its other air fryer models, visit www.myhanabishi.com. Hanabishi products are available through their online site as well as in leading appliance stores nationwide and the Hanabishi Lazada Flagship Store.

You can learn more about their latest product offerings, promos, and events through the Hanabishi official accounts on Facebook and Twitter.

Written by Gabriel

Introvert, wanderer, blogger, foodie, a hip-hop music writer, and one of the co-founders of a tech start-up company called GigsManila.

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