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Ninja DT251 Foodi 10-in-1 Smart XL Air Fry Oven, Bake, Broil, Toast, Roast, Digital Toaster, Thermometer, True Surround Convection up to 450°F, includes 6 trays & Recipe Guide,…
Ninja DT251 Foodi 10-in-1 Smart XL Air Fry Oven, Bake, Broil, Toast, Roast, Digital Toaster, Thermometer, True Surround Convection up to 450°F, includes 6 trays & Recipe Guide,…

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  • TRUE SURROUND CONVECTION: Up to 10X the convection power vs. a traditional full-size convection oven for faster, crispier, and juicy results.
  • 10 VERSATILE FUNCTIONS: Air Fry, Air Roast, Bake, Whole Roast, Broil, Toast, Bagel, Dehydrate, Reheat, and Pizza, all in one powerful 1800-watt appliance.
  • SMART COOK SYSTEM: Achieve the perfect doneness from rare to well done at the touch of a button with the integrated Foodi Smart Thermometer – no guesswork required.
  • QUICK FAMILY MEALS: 90-second oven preheat time and up to 30% faster cooking than a traditional full-size convection oven.
  • EXTRA LARGE CAPACITY: 2-level even cooking, no rotating required—fit a 5-lb chicken and a sheet pan of vegetables, 2 12-in pizzas, or a 12-lb turkey. Make 2 sheet pan meals at once for entertaining or weekly meal prep.
  • AIR FRYER HEALTHY MEALS & CRISPIER RESULTS: Up to 75% less fat when using the Air Fry function vs. traditional deep frying (tested against hand-cut, deep-fried French fries). Up to 30% crispier results vs. a traditional convection oven.
  • DIGITAL DISPLAY HANDLE: The optimal oven rack positions will illuminate based on the selected function. When the door is open, display settings freeze to prevent any accidental changes to the cook cycle.
  • PERFECT COUNTERTOP OVEN FOR BAKING: Up to 50% more even baking results vs. a leading countertop oven.
  • EASY MEALS FOR LARGE GROUPS: Make 2 sheet pan meals at once for entertaining or weekly meal prep.
  • WHAT’S INCLUDED: Digital Air Fry Oven, (2) sheet pans, (2) wire racks, Air fry basket, Roast Tray, Crumb Tray, Foodi Smart Thermometer & 15 Recipe Guide. Cord length (in.): 36

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Specification: Ninja DT251 Foodi 10-in-1 Smart XL Air Fry Oven, Bake, Broil, Toast, Roast, Digital Toaster, Thermometer, True Surround Convection up to 450°F, includes 6 trays & Recipe Guide,…

Brand

Ninja

Color

Stainless Steel Finish

Product Dimensions

17.09"D x 20.22"W x 13.34"H

Special Feature

Programmable

Control Type

touch

Door Style

Dropdown Door

Included Components

Crumb Tray, (2) Sheet Pans, DT250 Series Owner's Guide, (2) Wire Racks, Smart XL Air Fry Oven, Roast Tray, 15-Recipe Guide, Foodi Smart Thermometer, Air Fry Basket

Model Name

Ninja DT251

Finish Type

Brushed

Power Source

Corded Electric

Cable Length

36 Inches

Item Weight

33.8 pounds

Manufacturer

SharkNinja

Country of Origin

China

Item model number

DT251

Date First Available

October 13, 2020

Reviews (9)

9 reviews for Ninja DT251 Foodi 10-in-1 Smart XL Air Fry Oven, Bake, Broil, Toast, Roast, Digital Toaster, Thermometer, True Surround Convection up to 450°F, includes 6 trays & Recipe Guide,…

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  1. Francisco Manning Cervantes

    Me ha funcionado muy bien fácil de limpiar y de usar

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  2. Carola 💋

    Lo he ocupado y funciona muy bien, es una excelente compra

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  3. Allan

    ¡Excelente relación calidad-precio ya que tiene múltiples funciones! Amo tanto este horno que compré una segunda unidad para mi casa de vacaciones. Definitivamente recomendaría este horno.

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  4. Cliente de Amazon

    Me encantó, es un horno muy practico y fácil de usar. Te deja las cosas perfectas, mis hijos lo utilizan sin problema y tratamos de aprovechar al máximo sus funciones.
    Lo recomiendo ampliamente!!!

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  5. Lorenzo Cámara

    Es la mejor adición a mi cocina, tiene muchas funciones que hacen exactamente lo que dicen hacer, no tarda en calentarse, sirve sin problemas. Es de buena calidad, le cabe mucha comida. Llega a temperaturas bastante altas sin emitir tanto calor hacia el exterior. No tengo quejas.

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  6. KAT

    Bought this oven as I wanted to replace my Power XL unit that was starting to die (after only 3 years). Plus, I wanted something larger so I could cook an entire meal at once. I did my homework before purchasing this unit. Watched many videos on YouTube. This one got stellar reviews. Yes, it might cost a bit more, but you know the famous saying – “you get what you pay for”. I know this to be true as I did buy the NuWave oven (about $100 cheaper than the Ninja), but it was a nightmare. You needed a PhD to figure out how to operate it. Then once I did that, it didn’t even work. Got error message after error message – something wrong with the electronics. I had to return it. I have only had this oven for a week, but so far, it works great. It even does toast correctly – which I know from reading reviews on other ovens, this is an issue for most of them. It is also VERY easy to operate (no PhD required). The inside capacity is amazing. With that said, keep in mind, this is a large oven. So, you need to make sure you have room for it. Hopefully, I will continue to love this oven.

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  7. RoggyDog

    This oven has a learning curve, not only with cooking options, but just trial and error. The setting that puzzles me is the rack level setting. On my initial trials, the rack level doesn’t change to the rack I want. It selects whatever it wants and that’s it. Unfortunately, that is something I may ultimately ignore and hope for the best.

    So far I’ve cooked a whole chicken, pumpkin pies, air fried frozen breaded cheese, a boboli frozen pizza, pork roast and air fried green beans that were tossed in garlic and oil. The one disaster was the first pie. I reduced baking time by 20%, but it turned black. It was interesting that it did not smell burnt in a conventional sense. The chicken and roast were succulent and juicy, total perfection. Pizza was outstanding. The green beans were interesting because I made them how I would make asparagus. I ate them by hand like a snack.

    I will be cooking a Thanksgiving turkey, stuffing and pies in this oven this year. I don’t understand how reviewers on here say you can’t. It’s absurd. You are limited on the size, particularly the height, but you definitely can roast a turkey.

    Another thing to consider is the space you have to accommodate this oven. The exterior gets very hot to the point I wouldn’t leave a dish towel on it while it is cooking. I keep it about 4″ from the back wall. I would not put this on an enclosed shelf unless there is air space around it. Too risky not to be cautious.

    I am satisfied with performance and the appearance of the oven. I bought mainly for the size because we like turkey. I plan to do rib eyes next. I expect them to be outstanding. The pork roast was so tender, it reminded me of very tender sushi grade tuna. The chicken was drippy moist unlike any bird I’ve ever cooked.

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  8. Hippygirl

    Preheat function, rack positions, baking without convection (yes you can), etc

    1…the FIRST thing you should do is line the crumb tray with foil or a silicone oven liner to make clean-up easier. I cut down a larger sheet of oven liner to fit and weighted it down with a couple of old butter knives that will now live there for the life of the oven.

    2…clean it after each use. This could mean a quick wipe-down OR a “roll up your sleeves and get in there!” kind of clean. In other words, don’t leave anything to get baked on the NEXT time you use the oven! The space in which you’re cooking is small and those splatters don’t have very far to go to hit the walls, bottom, and the top of the inside and, when baked on by repeated use, can turn out to be a PAIN to clean!!!

    3…understand that this Ninja’s “Preheat” function is NOT a true preheat, but more of a “knock the chill off the oven” function. To preheat prior to baking, place the grate in your desired position (see#4), add an additional 10 – 15 minutes to the time, and slap a good oven thermometer on the grate…when it hits the temp, allow an additional 3 – 5 minutes for the temp to stabilize, remove it, adjust your time, and get to cooking.

    4…suggested rack positions are simply that…suggestions. For example, the suggested rack position for “bake” is #3, and that might be fine if you’re baking a tray of cookies or something that’s no thicker than a sheet pan, but if you’re baking sandwich bread in a loaf pan or anything with a lot of height, the top will brown FAR too quickly as it’s VERY close the the top elements. Drop the rack to #1 for a sandwich bread that will rise well above the pan or #2 for something with less oven spring like a lot of “quick breads”, place the loaf pan in the middle of the rack so that the bottom elements are not directly underneath the pan and have a piece of foil ready to tent the top of the loaf once it’s the shade of brown you’re looking for.

    5…speaking of “baking”, as I don’t use convection when I bake (“bake”, as in breads/cookies, etc), not having the ability to disengage the fan almost stopped me from buying this unit, but I decided to go ahead and give it a shot anyway (I’m old, but not too old to adapt and change!). Fortunately, you CAN bake without having to use the fan…use the “Reheat” function (no fan!) as the time/temp adjusts the same as the bake function. I baked a 4x4x13 loaf using the reheat function and it came out perfectly by rotating once halfway through the bake and tenting the top once it got as brown as I wanted.

    Bottom line, consider WHAT it is you’re baking and WHERE it needs to be placed in the oven for optimal, even heat distribution REGARDLESS of whether you use the fan or not. Keep an eye on it and adjust accordingly.

    6…I don’t air-fry often, so keep that in mind here (wink). I AF’d country-fried frozen beef patties, beer-battered frozen fish filets, and onion rings with no issues. What I’ve found is a great use for this AF (so far) is reheating/reCRISPING breaded leftovers and cold pizza (it does an EXCELLENT job on those!).

    As for pizza, I haven’t tried cooking a hand-made pizza in it yet (never cared for frozen pizza), but it’s on my list. I ordered a 10″ cast iron comal to use as a “pizza stone” (cooking for one here) and it just arrived yesterday, so that’s gonna happen this weekend.

    Anyway, so far, so good. I hope this long and rather wordy review/tips helps. I’m not sure if I can “update” a review at a later date, but if I can, I’ll do so.

    Now crank that puppy up and get to cooking! 🙂

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  9. Esperanto

    I like how well designed it is. The handle has all the controls built into it, so it remains cool and won’t degrade from the heat like some designs that have the controls mounted in the body of the unit. This allows the oven to be narrower, which reduces the footprint on your countertop. It is tall so you can cook a whole chicken or a roast. There must be a decent amount of insulation inside the walls of this oven since it does not radiate as much heat from the top and sides of the unit compared to other brands I had. I bought this unit to replace an oven of a different brand that only lasted 1-1/2 years. Hopefully this unit will last a good 7-10 years.

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