Our Favorite Deals This Week Include an Air Fryer That’s $84 Off

Plus, some really great sales on stainless steel cookware and toasters.

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a closeup look at crispy Brussels sprouts in an air fryer basket

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Ah, April—it brings with it showers, warmer temperatures, and a day for jokes. But what isn’t a belated April Fools hoax is a list of our favorite sales this week. They are real and they are great. 

Why not start out the fourth month of the year by getting a great deal on one of our favorite air fryers? Or by snagging a new All-Clad saucepan for significantly less? Or maybe you have the foresight to grab a juicer for upcoming summer produce—good for you!

Here are some excellent kitchen-related sales this week—featuring products that have won our equipment reviews.

Philips Premium Digital Air Fryer 

a hand holding an air fryer basket full of fries

Serious Eats / Russell Kilgore

To buy: Philips Premium Digital Air Fryer was $250, now $166 at amazon.com

Why we love it: With its smaller basket and stated 3-quart capacity, this air fryer is a great choice for crisping up a couple of servings of food. We loved its mix of digital and analog controls, including an easy-to-use knob that makes toggling the temperature and time a cinch. In our tests, it cooked food well and we appreciated its thoughtful features like built-in cord storage. And for all you history buffs, Philips actually invented the air fryer. 

Good to Know

  • Temperature range: 100℉ to 400℉
  • Time range: 1 to 60 minutes
  • Settings: Air fry, bake, grill, roast, reheat, dehydrate, and toast
  • Care instructions: Dishwasher-safe removable parts

All-Clad D3 3-Py Stainless Steel Saucepan with Lid

A person pouring browned butter from a saucepan into a jar

Serious Eats / Russell Kilgore

To buy: All-Clad D3 3-Ply Stainless Steel Saucepan with Lid was $180, now $120 at amazon.com

Why we love it: There’s a reason we’ve recommended (and used—at home in and in our test kitchen) All-Clad stainless steel cookware for years: it works incredibly well and is long-lasting. We recently tested saucepans and named the D3 one of our favorite models. It was heat-responsive and easy to clean, and came with a lid. We liked its handle, which has an indent that runs along its length and prevented it from rolling in our palm as we poured. Plus, it’s backed by All-Clad’s lifetime warranty—making the saucepan hard to beat, especially at 33% off.

Good to Know

  • Stated capacity: 3 quarts
  • Weight: 3 pounds, 10 1/8 ounces with lid; 2 pounds, 13 5/8 ounces without lid
  • Induction compatible: Yes

Tramontina 12-Inch Stainless Steel Skillet

Food tossed in skillet

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To buy: Tramontina 12-Inch Stainless Steel Skillet was $70, now $50 at amazon.com

Why we love it: As our budget-friendly stainless steel skillet recommendation, the Tramontina offers solid performance at a very reasonable price point. It heats evenly and responds to temperature changes well and is induction compatible. Plus, the skillet has a lifetime warranty. There’s a reason we recommend Tramontina stainless steel cookware often: it just works and doesn’t cost a whole lot.

Good to Know

  • Oven-safe temperature: Up to 500°F
  • Induction compatible: Yes

Omega Vertical Square Low-Speed Juicer

Omega Juicer against a white background

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To buy: Omega Vertical Square Low-Speed Juicer was $450, now $320 at amazon.com

Why we love it: Our favorite juicer is very rarely on sale—and we mean that. During our tests, it blew us away: it consistently made the most juice out of any model and left the smallest amount of pulp. It also had the smoothest-tasting juice of the bunch. Plus, it was easy to clean (rare for a juicer!), allowing you to pour water down its chute and run it to clean its internal parts. Its non-electric parts can be thrown in the dishwasher, too. 

Good to Know

  • Weight: 11.5 pounds
  • Warranty: 15 years
  • Care instructions: Non-electric parts are dishwasher-safe

Breville Smart Oven

taking toast out of the breville smart oven

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To buy: Breville Smart Oven was $270, now $216 at amazon.com

Why we love it: Our favorite toaster oven is on sale through April 10th (as are some other Breville toaster ovens!). It can toast, roast, bake, broil—and do it all accurately. It has a mix of digital and analog controls (we’re fans of its big, bright digital screen). It even shuts off when its timer hits zero, which is a nice safety feature. “It's become my go-to oven for almost anything I can fit in it, which is a fair amount given its generous size,” says Senior Culinary Director Daniel Gritzer.

Good to Know

  • Temperature range: 120°F to 450°F
  • Preset functions: Toast, bagel, bake, roast, broil, pizza, cookies, reheat, and warm
  • Warranty: 1-year limited

Cuisinart 4-Slice Compact Plastic Toaster

Cuisinart Toaster

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To buy: Cuisinart 4-Slice Compact Plastic Toaster was $90, Now $50 at amazon.com

Why we love it: While this toaster isn't the cutest of them all, it works exceptionally well. In our tests, it toasted evenly and according to its darkness settings and “handled frozen items like a dream, fully defrosting each before toasting to the correct shade.” It’s a 4-slice model, too, which is particularly helpful for two-to four-person households. We also appreciated its slide-out crumb tray and plastic exterior, both of which were easy to clean. And did we mention it’s 45% off at the moment? 

Good to Know

  • Weight: 4.5 lbs
  • Capacity: 4 slices
  • Dimensions: 10.8 x 10.7 x 7.2 inches


What are the best kitchen-related sales right now? 

Above, we rounded up some of our favorite kitchen-related sales—including our favorite air fryer and stainless steel saucepan and skillet. You may also want to check out these sales on Breville toaster ovens, which are discounted through April 10th.