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Cook all the things with the Ninja Foodi 9-in-1 multicooker for $99 (save $66)

It's refurbished, but don't let that stop you from grabbing this super versatile kitchen appliance.

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Multicookers like this one are great for RVs, small apartments or anywhere with limited kitchen space.

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I'm suffering from appliance overload. I have an air fryer, an Instant Pot and a slow-cooker -- all fairly large items, all a bit overwhelming to my fairly small kitchen. If only I could mash those machines together into one super multicooker thing. And, lo, the Ninja Foodi was born! But $229 for the family-size 6-quart model? Ouch.

Here's a deal that makes it less ouchy: Today only, and while supplies last, Meh has the refurbished Ninja Foodi OP350 6-quart multicooker for $99, plus $5 for shipping. Elsewhere (like at Amazon) it's available refurbished for $165.

Like most pressure cookers, the Foodi can sear and sauté, slow-cook, steam and so on. But it's also an air fryer, meaning after you quick-roast that whole chicken, you can put a crispy finish on it.

But wait, there's more: It's also a dehydrator -- a machine I've resisted buying but always kind of wanted, because who wouldn't want to snack on apple chips, banana chips and other dried goodness?

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I'm not sure how this model differs from the OP300 that I wrote about previously; there's no longer any information about either of them on Ninja's website. But that one had pretty stellar user reviews at just about every store.

Although a refurb appliance may not sound too appealing, "this item has been cleaned, disinfected, and professionally restored to working order by a manufacturer-approved vendor," Meh says. It also backs this with a 90-day warranty -- more than enough time, in my humble opinion, to make sure everything is working properly.

Your thoughts? (If you have one of these already, please weigh in!)

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First published last year. Updated to reflect different model and sale price.


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