Ninja SP101 Digital Air Fry Countertop Oven with 8-in-1 Functionality, Flip Up & Away Capability for Storage Space, with Air Fry Basket, Wire Rack & Crumb Tray, Silver

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Original price was: $219.99.Current price is: $149.99.

  • DIGITAL CRISP CONTROL TECHNOLOGY: Precision-controlled temperature, heat source, and airflow for ultimate versatility and optimum cooking performance.
  • 8-IN-1 VERSATILITY: The ultimate meal-making machine with 8-in-1 functionality: Air Fry, Air Roast, Air Broil, Bake, Bagel, Toast, Dehydrate, and Keep Warm all in one powerful, 1800-watt appliance. The height of the interior of this machine is approximately 3″.
  • LESS FAT: Eat all of your air fried favorites guilt-free with up to 75% less fat when using the Air Fry function vs. traditional deep frying. Tested against hand-cut, deep fried French Fries.
  • FASTER COOKING: Cooks up to 60% faster than a traditional oven on Air Roast; 60-second preheat; full meals in as little as 20 minutes.
  • LARGE CAPACITY: 45% larger usable pan cooking area vs. the flat surface area of the Cuisinart toa-60 and toa-65 pan. Fits a 13″ Pizza, up to 9 slices of toast, or 6 chicken breasts (6–8 oz. each).
  • RECLAIM YOUR COUNTER SPACE: Takes up 50% less space when you flip it up and away to store against your kitchen backsplash.
  • SELECT TOAST DONENESS: Toast and bagels done the way you like with a toast darkness selector to get it just right.
  • EASY CLEANING: Includes a removable crumb tray and an easily accessible back panel for deep cleaning.
  • WHAT’S INCLUDED: Countertop Oven, Air Fry Basket, Sheet Pan, Wire Rack & Removable Crumb Tray.
  • Amperage: 15 amps
Ninja SP101 Digital Air Fry Countertop Oven with 8-in-1 Functionality, Flip Up & Away Capability for Storage Space, with Air Fry Basket, Wire Rack & Crumb Tray, Silver
Ninja SP101 Digital Air Fry Countertop Oven with 8-in-1 Functionality, Flip Up & Away Capability for Storage Space, with Air Fry Basket, Wire Rack & Crumb Tray, Silver

Original price was: $219.99.Current price is: $149.99.

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Specification: Ninja SP101 Digital Air Fry Countertop Oven with 8-in-1 Functionality, Flip Up & Away Capability for Storage Space, with Air Fry Basket, Wire Rack & Crumb Tray, Silver

Special Feature


Product Dimensions

19.72"D x 14.96"W x 7.56"H


Silver & Black


19.7 Cubic Inches


Stainless Steel

Output Wattage

1800 Watts

Item Weight

18.56 pounds




1750 watts


120 Volts

Model Name

Ninja SP101

Has Nonstick Coating


Is Dishwasher Safe


Cable Length

34 Inches



Country of Origin


Item model number

SP101 LP3

Date First Available

July 26, 2019

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8 reviews for Ninja SP101 Digital Air Fry Countertop Oven with 8-in-1 Functionality, Flip Up & Away Capability for Storage Space, with Air Fry Basket, Wire Rack & Crumb Tray, Silver

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  1. Ryan Palmer

    BEWARE: LONG REVIEW AHEAD! I have been a “toaster oven guy” for a long time, and have had a couple small “analog” toaster ovens for decades. I was a bit skeptical of the “air frying” craze that popped up a few years ago, but my girlfriend has always wanted to try one, due to the theoretical health benefits of “frying” without the need for as much oil/fat. When I found that they had dual toaster over / air fryer combos, I started doing a ton of research and quickly landed on this Ninja Foodi SP101. Here are my thoughts:


    – I love the form factor. It is big enough to hold a “single sheet meal” more than sufficient for two people, no problem, but the device isn’t so tall or bulky that it permanently swallows up a ton of counter space. This oven is only a slightly larger overall footprint than the small toaster ovens I have used in the past, but the slight increase is totally worth it. It easily fits a standard 13″ store-bought frozen pizza, and cooks them perfectly. Other competing models (Breville, Cosori, Cuisinart) are more like second, full-sized ovens that happen to sit on your counter. The fact that this one is shorter and flips up and completely out of the way when not in use is an absolute game changer! It really does save a ton of counter space, which is a valuable premium in our small kitchen.

    – It comes up to temperature faster than literally anything else out there. This oven comes up to temperature in literally less than a minute! That’s significantly faster than the competition, and of course, way faster than your normal full-sized oven. (We barely use our full-sized oven anymore.) I don’t bother “pre-heating” it before putting my food in, as it heats up so quickly as to make that pointless. It is so efficient as an oven that occasionally you do have to shorten recipe times to prevent overcooking your meals.

    – This is single-handedly the best bread / bagel toaster I have ever used, bar none. I always loved the flexibility of a toaster oven to accommodate small food items that were too big (or otherwise inappropriate) for a sliced toaster, but too small to waste heating up the full over for, etc. And microwaved food doesn’t “crisp” or “brown” things at all. But making actual toast was occasionally an afterthought for my old toaster ovens, especially since I’d always had the analog “wind up timer” controls that were wildly inconsistent and unpredictable. You always had to closely monitor them for fear of burning / overcooking your toast or bagels / muffins, etc. Due to the digital time and heat control, this toaster oven makes the most perfectly consistent toast I have ever had. Once you determine your preferred “doneness” setting, your toast will always be perfect…every…single…time. It even accounts for the number of slices of bread / bagels, etc., and slightly extends the time when you have additional (up to NINE) slices in a single go. It sounds a little nuts to be so excited about toast, but this is, for real, the best toaster ever.

    – I like that this model has the fold down bottom door, so with all trays/racks removed (including the crumb tray,) you can easily clean the inside when it is flipped up. Ninja eliminated that feature in later flip-up models (shame on you Ninja!) so if that feature is important to you, be sure to get the SP101, and not a later variant.

    – The different cooking modes are super flexible and easy to use. While I was (and still am) skeptical of “aIr frying” as a concept (let’s be real, it’s really just a small convection oven, there is no “magic” behind air frying,) the multiple different cooking modes (8 for the SP101) are very handy and easy to use. I do like breaded chicken items and fried potato products (tater tots, etc.) using the air fry basket. We regularly use the “one sheet” baking tray cooking method to make air-roasted veggies with chicken, pork, or even beef hamburger patties, and it’s extremely convenient! (Note: The manual says not to use aluminum foil with the baking sheet, but I hate cleaning if I don’t have to, and I have had no issues using aluminum foil to line it…other than the fact that the drip tray/baking sheet is too wide for a single sheet of standard aluminum foil, so super wet or drippy food like bacon will require quick cleaning, but still better using foil than without.)

    – I love the digital controls and consistent heat control. The temperature isn’t 100% perfect in terms of accuracy, but it’s way more accurate than old-school, analog temperature controls. I appreciate the digital timer, and love that the oven light comes on automatically with 30 seconds remaining in your oven time.

    – Aesthetically, I like the slight curve to the top where the timer / temperature display is. Later flip-up, or other larger models have a basic, boring, “flat” look. The visibility into the oven is better for this model than other later models as well, IMHO. (Later models also have a painted black bezel on the front glass for some reason.) This is a minor thing, but I definitely like the look of the SP101 better than similar, later models.


    – This oven is a little short, so you won’t be making full sized chickens or turkeys, but that is what your full sized over is for anyway. As a result of the low height, with the drip tray on the wire rack, the use of the air fry basket doesn’t always get the best air circulation. (I leave the wire rack in with the wires on top, so its easier to get your toast out when used as a toaster, but that reduces the space between the air fry basket and the drip/baking tray even more. Yes, you can flip the wire rack when using as an air fryer to give a *little* extra space, but I’m lazy, and it’s really not much difference.) If there were even a half inch more space between the bottom of the fry basket and the drip tray, it would be better.

    – Similarly, due to the lower height, there aren’t as many rack / spacing options. You can: 1. Use as a toaster, with bread/food directly on the wire rack. 2. Use as a roaster / broiler/ oven with the baking tray sitting directly on the wire rack, 3. Use the air fry basket, with or without the baking/drip tray (although we’ve never used without the baking tray as a drip tray, however, as I am paranoid something will drip on the heating elements and flare up or otherwise smoke…plus we don’t want to have to clean the interior of the oven very often.) As noted above, the air circulation could be better when using the fry basket with the drip tray. If Ninja simply made the baking tray big enough to slide directly into the slot for the wire rack, this would solve the spacing issue, but perhaps it would negatively impact air circulation.

    – The air fry basket is a bit of a PITA to clean. Sponges or scotch-brite pads will quickly get destroyed and shred to pieces when trying to clean the basket after making chicken wings or other similarly fatty/drippy foods. A small brass wire brush is the only effective cleaning solution here. Go ahead and buy one now. You will thank me later. The air fry basket and baking tray are technically both dishwasher safe, but I have only ever hand washed these, as I am a little finicky. I wouldn’t trust a dishwasher to be able to remove baked on crud out of the air fry basket, for sure.

    – First time use smell. It is noted in the manual that the oven interior should thoroughly wiped down and then run on it’s highest temperature setting for several hours (without food in it) to burn off any production residue, etc. I strongly recommend doing this initial “burn off” somewhere with VERY GOOD ventilation. Outdoors, if you can. The fumes this thing cranked out when we did this initial cleaning cook were noxious and not pleasant at all. (My GF had to take refuge in the basement until I was able to air out our kitchen.) It was totally fine after that, and has been great ever since, but I would definitely run this thing outside if possible the first time.

    Overall, I am VERY happy with this toaster oven, and can STRONGLY recommend it for anyone who wants the features of an oven, air fryer, and toaster all wrapped up into one, but doesn’t want another huge appliance sucking up a ton of precious counter space. It is absolutely perfect for small kitchens or when you want oven baked food, but don’t want to heat up a full sized oven. One and two person meals are a snap in this thing, and it is just incredibly convenient and efficient.

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  2. ivan smash

    I love my air fryer. I love how I can make roasted potatoes and carrots in such little time. Everything cooks much faster than in a regular over but taste so good. Chicken is most and juicy, same as steak. My favourite is grilled pork chops. Nice to be able to cook dinner for my husband and I all together, fast and only one pan to clean. Everything really does taste better. My only regret is waiting as long as I did to purchase this airfryer

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    I am currently on day 2 of owning this thing so, really, consider this a first impressions review.

    Firstly, the main draw: The flip-up feature. This really is a game changer and was chief amongst my reasons to buy this particular oven. I am happy to report that this feature works very well and gains me back a good amount of countertop space. It fits like a GLOVE flipped away under my wall cabinets. If you have low hanging wall cabinets, however, you’d do well to take a measure before purchasing to ensure you have access to this feature. This is what sets it apart from other products IMO.

    Secondly: The power cord. Its bad. Specifically, when plugged in, the power cord extends straight out from the wall and I think the manufacturer absolutely, positively should have opted for a low profile plug-in, especially since this is designed to flip-up to stow away. This is a serious negative as you’re not able to place this in front of the power socket its plugged into without the front of the oven protruding past the countertop and nearly falling off. If you have a very small kitchen, take a moment to be sure you’ll have adequate room.

    Finally, the real test: Cooking. So far, I have only reheated refrigerated pizza and air-fried some cheese sticks. To that end, this thing is a beast. The controls were easy enough to figure out without needing the manual. It has a great pre-heat feature which only starts running the timer after it gets to temperature, which is FAST. When set to 450F, pre-heating was less than 2 minutes. I was impressed. The food came out exactly as I hoped. They aren’t kidding though, watch your food carefully when you first get it. Use the light. It can quickly burn your food if you’re not familiar with convection and don’t understand the lower cook times.

    My only other negative is theoretical: Cleaning. I don’t think it will be TOO difficult, as the bottom tray is easy to lift out, but if you DON’T clean regularly I can easily see crumbs and debris piling up in the back when the oven is flipped up. I think the solution is probably just being proactive with cleaning it. For the lazy, maybe avoid this one.

    Overall impressions are very very good and, at the time I’m writing this, I’m not mad at the $170 sale price either. Go, Ninja, Go.

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  4. Teresa

    Apenas tengo una semana de uso con este horno y puedo decir que no he echado a perder ninguna comida aunque sí, no he preparado nada del otro mundo.
    El pollo congelado queda bien, los molletes quedan de rechupete (se gratina muy bien el queso), la pizza recalentada sabe mejor que con el microondas, las verduras retienen su sabor (aunque sí se me ha quemado uno que otro brocoli pequeño pero apenas ando aprendiéndole al aparato), el pan tostado queda muuuy bien, entre otras cosas.

    Es fácil de guardar porque se puede colocar de manera vertical y ahorrar espacio.

    Creo que algún día me va a hacer falta espacio dentro del horno porque no es muy alto que digamos, así que no, el pollo rostizado o el pavito de navidad tendrá que hacerse en otro lado o de plano echar todo en piezas.

    Eso sí es un producto algo caro, pero por eso aproveché el prime day, así que también recomiendo que lo consideren cuando lo vean en oferta porque sí, hasta ahora ha salido muuuy bueno.

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    As full time RVers, finding appliances that are both efficient and space-saving is paramount. The Ninja 13-in-1 Flip Up Air Fryer has been a game-changer for our mobile kitchen! Its innovative flip-up design not only saves precious countertop space but also offers versatile cooking options.

    We were initially drawn to this air fryer for its multifunctionality, and it has exceeded our expectations. From air frying to roasting, baking, and dehydrating, this appliance does it all with ease. The compact size is ideal for our RV kitchen, and the flip-up feature allows us to store it neatly when not in use, maximizing our limited space.

    One of the standout features for us is how it helps us conserve propane. Instead of firing up the oven or stove, we can rely on the Ninja air fryer to cook delicious meals without heating up the entire RV. This not only saves energy but also keeps us cool and comfortable during hot summer travels.

    The performance of the Ninja 13-in-1 Flip Up Air Fryer is impressive. It cooks food evenly and quickly, producing crispy results without the need for excessive oil. Cleanup is a breeze.

    Overall, we couldn’t be happier with our purchase. The Ninja air fryer has become an essential tool in our RV kitchen, allowing us to enjoy home-cooked meals on the road without sacrificing space or energy efficiency. If you’re looking for a space-saving solution with exceptional performance, look no further than the Ninja 13-in-1 Flip Up Air Fryer!

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  6. David J. Lauridsen Jr.

    Je l’ai offert à mon neveu pour son premier appartement… On lui a offert car nous avons vu qu’il était très facile entretien et aussi pour sa polyvalence ! et oui ses commentaires étaient vrais.

    Il ne prend pas beau de place et se range facilement un gros plus pour l’appartement, un autre point fort il ne prend qu’une minute pour la plupart des réglages pour préchauffer.

    Les plateaux à l’intérieur doivent être lavés à la main le seul petit point négatif pour un jeune en appartement hé hé, je les recommande pour ceux qui sont en appartement !

    Très bon produit compte toute la marque Ninja

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  7. Yves

    ,,, pero la superficie de acero de afuera queda manchado de dedos y trapos muy fácilmente.

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  8. David J. Lauridsen Jr.

    En general la marca es de buena calidad y en particular este modelo funciona muy bien, que este en posición horizontal me funciona mejor. en cuanto al funcionamiento muy bien los resultados son muy buenos.

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