Appears to be the same base model as the Glip and Duronic air fryers, with some small differences
- Glip: Recipe book: not sure; Heating element plus infrared: not sure
- Duronic: Recipe book: yes; Heating element plus infrared: not sure
- Living Basix: Recipe book: no; Heating element plus infrared: Yes
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Heat: Heating element plus infrared (( Heating element plus infrared information based on customer review on Amazon https://www.amazon.com/gp/forum/cd/discussion.html/ref=cm_cd_al_tlc_cl?ie=UTF8&asin=B00D3O07DA&cdAnchor=MxL6OAI4U30R6S ))
Dimensions: 11.5 in. L x 13 in. W x 12.75
Weight: 13.6 lbs
Capacity: 2.6 US quarts / 2.5 litres
Runs at 110/120V (European versions run at 220-240V/50Hz )
Temperature: Digital. Temperature choices are: 200°F, 250°F, 300°F, 350°F, 375°F, or 400°F
Timer: Digital. Up to 30 minutes. Auto shut-off and makes noise when cooking time has completed.
Colours: Black; White (a few purchasers report that a red model was available at one point)
Basket: Sides are black, coated metal. Bottom is uncoated metal mesh. Basket and basket housing are dishwasher safe.
Model #: LB100
Warranty: 1 year
Other: Power cord can be stored inside machine.
- LB200 model comes in black or white, and operates with 1500 watts. Has 2 US quart / 2.2 L capacity basket. 39 inch power cord that can be stored inside.
- All brand names of this machine seem to get pretty positive reviews for the most part.
- Duronic: 1500 watts. Max capacity 800g chips / fries; 500 g meat / poultry
Name: Living Basix (actually made in China)
Manufacturer’s product page: https://www.livingbasix.com/products/#/lb100-jetfry-oil-free-fryer/
Recipe booklet: No
- Initial temperature defaults to 400 F
- Initial cooking time defaults to 15 minutes
- Manufacturer recommends to preheat for 5 minutes or extend cooking time by 5 minutes
- Hot air blows out the back and may soil the wall behind it
- Some people report the black coating on the basket flaking off
- Compared to Philips: “We use this almost every day at our second home. We have the Phillips at our main home so we can compare the two fairly accurately. Basically, it works very well and we use it for fish, okra, crab cakes, sausage, chicken, pretty much anything that would have otherwise gone in a frying pan with some oil. While the Phillips is slightly larger, we can make the same portion in both. The Phillips seems slightly more efficient but it’s hardly noticeable. The key difference, as you might expect, are quality. The Phillips is a high quality piece and it really shows in a side by side comparison. Some of the most noticeable differences are in the fryer basket, the LB100 is more flimsy but adequate. The LB100 is half the price so we expected that it wouldn’t be the same quality. Another difference is the blower, which is the heart of the unit, the Phillips is more powerful and that’s why it’s perhaps a bit more efficient. The fan in the LB100 is slower to spin up and perhaps slower overall and it fluctuates a bit when the heating element comes on, something we have never seen the Phillips do. All that said, we can achieve the same great results from the LB100 in about the same time. ” (( Amazon customer review. February 2014. https://www.amazon.com/review/R19VS19CY6MAJ8/ref=cm_cr_pr_perm?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00D3O07DA ))
Duronic version video