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Ninja OP300UK review

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Key features
  • 4 litres
  • 10.6kg
Expert review

The popular Ninja Foodi OP300UK 7-in-1 Multicooker has a range of features to help get dinner on the table quicker, and apart from pressure cooking this gadget includes a slow cook option and an air fryer for those times when only chips will do. This multicooker is versatile but it’s not cheap, and it’s massive, so before you fork out, read our full test review to see if its pressure cooker capabilities will be perfect for you.

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Last checked by Which?

October 2021

First reviewed by Which?

January 2020

Released

March 2019

Technical specifications

General

  • Capacity volume4 litres
  • Length of power cord77cm
  • Weight10.6kg
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Usable capacity4 litres
Test results

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Best Buys and Don't Buys
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Range of Pressure cooker scores
  1. 68%
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  2. 74%
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  3. 85%
    Highest score
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