With their growing popularity, Air Fryers are getting better and better.

And just because it’s not number 1 (the best on balance, for the widest number of people) doesn’t mean it’s not best for you and your needs: The Cozyna has a whole lot going for it!

In this review, we’re going to address where the Cozyna Air Fryer sits in comparison to the rest right now: How it stacks up on features and abilities compared to its price.

UPDATE Dec 2020: The Cozyna Air Fryer seems to have been continued, at least online. Our highest-rated models at a similar price are the Cosori XL, Gowise 5.8qt and Nuwave Brio. If you saw the Cozyna in a store and still want to see if it’s worth buying, we’ve left our full review below.

What’s Interesting About the Cozyna Air Fryer?

Like its counterparts in the market, the Cozyna Air Fryer uses Rapid Air Circulation Technology to cook the food in much the same way as a convection oven… just much faster. The small countertop appliance is energy-efficient and generally requires up to 70% less oil than a typical fryer.

Air Fryer by Cozyna (3.7QT) with airfryer cookbooks (over 50 recipes)

With the Cozyna Air Fryer, you can not only fry, but bake, grill, and roast as well, using just a tablespoon of added oil, or even less.

You can make French fries, burgers, fish, chicken, and lots of other foods that you might not even think of. The accompanying cookbook that arrives with your Cozyna Air Fryer can help you learn more about what you can do with it. It really is rather surprising just how versatile this small appliance is.

The Cozyna Air Fryer comes in a smaller version, with a 3.4-quart capacity, or a larger version with a 5.3-quart capacity.

It features a large timer knob on the front that is adjustable by the minute and a temperature setting dial that is fully adjustable up to 392ºF. The top features some printed suggestions for temperatures for various items you may wish to cook.

The smaller Cozyna Air Fryer uses 1,500 watts of power, and the larger version, the Cozyna XL Air Fryer, uses 1,700 watts.

The drawer or cooking pan is completely removable and dishwasher-safe. The basket that holds the food that is placed in the drawer is also dishwasher-safe. Both are also easily washable by hand.

When the Cozyna arrives, there is an address inside that you can email and they will send you a 50-recipe e-book with lots of interesting recipes, possibly for things you wouldn’t have considered cooking in your air fryer. There is certainly a lot of room for experimentation with this appliance!

The dimensions of the smaller model are 15.5 x 13.5 x 13 inches, and the larger XL model’s dimensions are 16 x 14 x 13.8 inches.

The Cozyna Air Fryer and Cozyna XL Air Fryer are both available in black to match your modern kitchen.

What Do Other Reviews Say?

The Cozyna Air Fryer has made a lot of happy customers, and most users agree that it not only does what it is supposed to do but delivers a good user experience and really gets the job done quickly and easily. Customers noted that it is a very well-built machine with easy controls that are easy to understand and operate.

Customers were excited that the air fryer made their French fries look and taste much better than those deep-fried in oil. And they were thrilled to not only cook healthier but also save money on oil purchasing and not have to worry about disposing of the used oil.

One happy customer reported that she was able to turn raw potatoes into perfect French fries in only 15 minutes with just a 1/2 teaspoon of olive oil and some salt.

Many users indicated they were pleased that the machine does not smoke or leave lingering bad odors in the house, which is typical of a more traditional deep fat fryer.

A pleasing feature to many was that the Cozyna Air Fryer doesn’t take up a lot of counter space, probably only the same amount as a Crockpot. And even though it has a circulating fan, it is quiet in its operation.

Customers were very excited about the range of foods that can be prepared in the Cozyna Air Fryer. Besides the expected French fries, tater tots, and frozen breaded shrimp, people have made baby back ribs and even French toast in their Cozyna Air Fryer. Baked goods are also on the list of things people have made in the air fryer.

As with any product, there are always a few downsides. One precaution suggested by a customer was that, while the Cozyna does not heat up the kitchen, it does have a steam vent, so it should be pulled away from the wall when in use.

Another customer noted that the plastic on the bottom of the cooking pan drawer has the potential to chip off when you’re removing and replacing the drawer. While this doesn’t affect the use and function of the appliance, it may be an aesthetic detractor.

Overall, the Cozyna Air Fryer receives very good reviews and happy customers. An all-important factor in the purchase of the appliance is customer service from the manufacturer. This is where the Cozyna Air Fryer shines. It seems that customer service is above and beyond what most companies offer. For example, one customer’s wife placed the basket on a hot stove, melting it, and customer service sent them a new one, even though it was the customer’s fault. This is the hallmark of a very good company that wants to gain your trust and keep your business.

How Do You Use the Cozyna Air Fryer?

Using the Cozyna Air Fryer is simple. Pull out the drawer-style cooking pan. Make sure the frying basket is inside the cooking pan, then simply place your food in the basket.

To insert the cooking pan into the air fryer, put the front part of the basket into the fryer and gently lift it up so the basket is touching the top of the cooking pan cavity, then continue to press the basket into the fryer until it is firmly seated.

If desired, you can reheat by setting the temperature dial to 392ºF prior to putting your food into the basket.

When the food is in the basket and the drawer is closed, set the temperature dial to the desired temperature, then set the timer for the amount of cooking time you want. There are some examples printed on the top of the machine to help you. Remember to set the timer for half the cooking time if you need to turn, flip, or stir your food mid-cycle.

How Do You Clean It?

The Cozyna Air Fryer is very easy to clean. After removing food from the basket, you can just fill the cooking pan, with the basket in it, with hot, soapy water and let it sit while you enjoy your food. Any hardened-on food will be softened and ready to be wiped out. Alternatively, you can soak the pan in a sink of hot, soapy water and handwash as usual. The basket and cooking pan drawer can also be placed into the dishwasher on the pots and pans cycle.

Cozyna Air Fryer Vs T-fal Actifry

The Cozyna compares pretty well to another very strong air fryer in the T-fal Actifry.

Cozyna has a stronger warranty than than the T-fal: 2 years compared to 1 year.

It also has a larger basket size than the T-fal, at 3.2L, and more power at 1500 watts (compared to 1450)

It doesn’t have some of the bells and whistles (no temperature control for example) but for the price and simplicity, it is the perfect option for many people. (See also the Cosori for another model that’s close in features).

Where Can I Get Accessories or spare parts?

There is an accessory set available for the Cozyna Air Fryer. This accessory set has a cake pan, a pizza pan, a multi-purpose rack with skewers, a small metal rack to increase cooking space, and a silicone mat. This accessory set is available on the manufacturer’s website or here on Amazon.

What’s the Best Price for the Cozyna Air Fryer and Where Can I Buy It?

You can expect to pay around $100 for the 3.4-quart model and around $150 for the 5.3-quart model. For competitive prices and accessory pricing, please check out the listing for the Cozyna Air Fryer here on Amazon.com (link). Prices do fluctuate, so check back often.

Verdict: Is This Air Fryer for You?

This less well-known air fryer is a little gem just waiting to be discovered. It receives very high marks from users all the way around and performs up to the standard of its more expensive counterparts. It comes in two sizes to meet the needs of both larger and smaller groups at a price that keeps it competitive in the market.

While it does not have the fancy digital interface of some of the competition (see for example the Power XL air fryer), the controls serve the user well and the functionality meets the standard of other air fryers.

If you are looking to get your first air fryer, but do not want to shell out the highest price for all the bells and whistles, the Cozyna Air Fryer is a good bet. This versatile appliance takes up little space and can do a wide range of cooking activities, making it worthy of that space on your countertop.

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