Shoppers are rushing to TK Maxx to pick up cut-price air fryers and there are loads of models to chose from | The Sun

SHOPPERS are rushing to buy £110 air fryers that have been slashed by more than half price. 

The nifty kitchen gadgets regularly sell out thanks to how good they are at making everything crispy. 

But eagle-eyed shoppers can now scoop one – or three – at TK Maxx.

The off-price retailer is flogging three different air fryers for more than 50% off. 

Each is from British brand Salter Housewares which has been developing kitchen gadgets and products for over 260 years.

Three of its air fryers have snuck onto TK Maxx shelves, meaning hungry Brits can grab themselves a bargain.

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The biggest one is a 3.2l Black and Silver Hot Air Fryer for £49.99.

This is 55% cheaper than its original retail price of £109.99.

There’s also Salter’s Black Compact Hot Air Fryer which has a 2l capacity. 

This is being flogged for 60% cheaper at £39.99.

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As it’s compact, it’ll slot into your kitchen easier than the 3.2l air fryer. 

TK Maxx is flogging two types of these air fryers for the bargain price – the main difference is the packaging they come in. 

Air fryers have gained popularity over the last few months as under the new price cap.

It is estimated that using one for 15 minutes costs just 13p.

The surge comes as energy bills are on everyone’s minds and people are using plug in devices to save their coins.

Savvy parents are also using air fryers to create fun treats for their kids. 

One dad rustled up a 20 minute fry up in his gadget as an easy dinner.

And when trolls slammed the meal as unhealthy, he said he couldn't believe how many people pretend that they “don’t have this kind of meal every so often”.

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Other parents have created air fryer s’mores, bagels and pancakes.

In the spirit of Easter, some people have resorted to air frying Cadbury Mini Eggs. 

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