ALDI has brought back its bargain Ninja air fryer dupe that is £xx cheaper than the original.

The famous Ambiano Air Fryer has been popular with shoppers and is always quick to sell out.

The discount supermarket will be selling the Ambiano Air Fryer in stores from today.

It isn't available online.

The Aldi Specialbuy is £100 cheaper than popular Ninja brand one which will set you back £149.99 for a similar size one.

The Ambiano 5litre model comes with a three-year warranty and 12 present programmes.

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Plus, it's big enough to cook a meal for four people.

It is 1500 watt power, which means it will cost you 51p an hour to run under the current price cap.

That's based on the current price of a kilowatt, or 1,000 watts, costing 34p an hour.

If you don't know where yours is, you can use the store locator on Aldi's website.

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Of course, stock will vary from store to store but do head down to your local Aldi if you're after the product.

Remember, it's only a bargain if you were planning on getting an air fryer anyway.

Of course, it's always worth shopping around when buying an air fryer as you might be able to get the same model cheaper.

You can use comparison websites like or type the model you are looking for into Google, hit the "shopping" tab and then browse through all the options.

We looked online and at the time of writing, Amazon was selling a 5L air fryer for £52 – £7 more expensive than Aldi's.

While Robert Dyas was selling a 5.2 litre air fryer for £69.99, £25 more expensive, but bigger.

Are air fryers cheaper than using an oven?

Shoppers have been flocking to buy air fryers since the cost of energy went up as they have been seen as a cheaper alternative.

But are they actually?

Whether you can save money will be based on the wattage of your air fryer compared to the oven, and how long you use both for.

According to Uswitch, the average electric oven uses around two kilowatts of electricity per hour on a medium to high heat.

That means if you used it for an hour it would cost 68p.

In comparison, the Ambiano air fryer uses 1.5kilowatts of electricity an hour, 51p.

So, theoretically it would be cheaper to use the air fryer compared to the average electric oven.

But because the air fryer is less powerful, it might take less time to cook it in there compared to an oven.

Plus, your oven is likely to be bigger than most air fryers and better for cooking larger meals.

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