Best Air Fryers Not Made in China

Best Air Fryers Not Made in China

Updated December 29, 2022 with additional details on Dash model
Updated November 26, 2022 adding Philips as a tentative recommendation
Updated July 18, 2022 removing Total Chef as a recommendation
Updated December 19, 2023 removing T-Fal and Tatung and adding Toastmaster as a recommendation
Updated January 6, 2024 removing Philips as a recommendation

What’s an Air Fryer?

Chances are in the last 10 years you’ve heard rave reports from your friends about a new invention called an “air fryer”. For years, the only way to fry foods like french fries and fried chicken has been with the deep fryer, where you place your food into a big tub of oil and then that oil gets soaked into your food (and into your arteries). Air fryers come with the tantalizing promise that you’ll still be able too enjoy fried foods, but with a fraction of the oil.

While some may feel that the air fryer is a big innovation, ironically it’s not really innovative at all. It’s essentially a convection oven–an oven where hot air is circulated within a cooking chamber. Convection ovens have been around since 1945. But in 2010, Philips introduced their “airfryer” line of convection ovens and there was a perfect storm of a really clever brand name and a public that was becoming much more health-conscious. In the years since, air fryers have become a category of their own. They typically are more compact than traditional convection ovens and the placement of the fan blowing the hot air is typically on top of the oven vs. the back, resulting in more evenly cooked food. Air fryers will also come with accessories like basket trays that allow for more airflow to get the foods more crispy.

Can you get an Air Fryer Not Made in China?

It’s tough. The vast, vast majority of air fryers are manufactured in China. This is mainly due to the relative recency of air fryers’ popularity; unlike other appliances that have been around longer, air fryers were never widely manufactured in the United States or other countries before, and so there’s no legacy as far as plants or labor. Most US and European companies just jumped at China’s cheap labor since the history of air fryers began.

Sadly, as you scan Amazon, you’ll see first-hand that virtually all of the top-selling brands are manufactured in China, including Ninja, Cuisinart, Instant Pot, All-Clad, DeLonghi, Chefman, Yedi, and Philips. Some brands try to wiggle around it: Breville says that all their air fryers are “designed and engineered in Australia”, but of course they’re all made in China. Aggravatingly, even the brand named GoWISE USA is made in China, which is pretty sketchy. T-Fal for a while was made in France, but they’ve since outsourced to China. And perhaps not coincidentally, you start to see more and more “fake brand names” like MIMODAY, KITCHER, CROWNFUL, AICOOK and MOOSOO saturating the marketplace.

Out of the literally hundreds of air fryers, the one that had given me the most hope was the Total Chef Air Fryer from Koolatron. But sadly, while they had been made in Canada at one point, I’ve confirmed they’ve since moved all their manufacturing to China. Here’s the history of my research on this particular product over the last few months:

October 2021 Update:

I recently had a great chat with a customer service agent in Wayfair. Wayfair is listing the Total Chef TCAF03 as being made in China, so I sent a note to Koolatron asking about. For now, I’ll keep them as #1, but that’ll change if I get confirmation they’ve sold out.

November 2021 Update:

Koolatron customer service confirmed to me that their air fryers are assembled in Brantford, Ontario in Canada, although one of our readers reached out to me on Facebook to confirm that the parts themselves are manufactured in China (thank you Cézanne). This is one of those situations where it seems that the choices are limited. If I had to get an air fryer, I would still go for the Total Chef–at least SOME of the revenue will go to workers not in China. But clearly this is an industry that China has near total control over. Let’s hope the same fate doesn’t happen to others.

July 2022 Update:

Thanks to Deb who left a comment on this site informing me that the Total Chef is now made in China. Despite the assurance of Koolatron from just a few months ago, it was clear from the latest Amazon reviews that more and more users are receiving China-made units. So I reached out to Koolatron customer service, and to their credit they responded quickly with the following:

While I’m deleting Koolatron’s Total Chef as a recommendation from this site, I’m keeping the history here to make a point. For every product you buy that’s not made in China, you need to buy it AND tell the manufacturer (through Amazon reviews and emails to their executives) WHY you bought it. I suspect that Koolatron will see a MASSIVE drop in purchases of this unit because some executive felt they could save money by going all-in on China, not even realizing how many people specifically bought from them BECAUSE they didn’t manufacture in China.

December 2023 Update:

The saga of finding an air fryer not made in China continues. As of this writing, if you Google “air fryers not made in China”, Wayfair shows up #1 along with dozens of units made in China. To paraphrase one of the great orators of this century (and I say that unironically), “Do not trust Google. Google is asshoe”.

I decided to update this article to reflect a comment Linda made of finding a Toastmaster TM-260AF made in Indonesia (thanks Linda!). Sadly, it’s time for me to remove the T-Fal and Tatung models, as it’s clear they’ve been discontinued, although I was hoping beyond hope that they’d come back.

A Message to Air Fryer Makers Not Made in China:

Want free publicity? Leave a comment with your contact information (don’t worry, since I manually approve all comments on this page it won’t be published) and I’ll be happy to give you all the FREE advertising you like. Tell your product managers to factor THAT into their cost-benefit analysis when deciding on whether to manufacture in China (as if the costs of arbitrary shutdowns, tariffs, and bad PR due to Uyghur concentration camps and imprisoned Hong Kong reporters aren’t enough).

Best Air Fryers Not Made in China

1. Dash Express 6 Quart Tasti-Crisp Air Fryer

This Dash air fryer is sold on Wayfair, Williams-Sonoma, and Amazon. I’m been following how each of these sites list country of origin information. It’s been pretty inconsistent over the last 2-3 years but happily some things are beinging clear.

Thanks to Lisa P’s comment, I realized that while Amazon lists the 2.6 quart model they sell as being made in China, it lists their 6 quart model as made in Indonesia. It’s this model that I’m recommending. Customer reviews and Q&A from as early as February 2020 to as recently as September 2021 confirm they’re getting units made in Indonesia.

Williams-Sonoma lists a 2.6 quart model as made in Indonesia as well, with both analog or digital controls. If you don’t need a model as big as the one Amazon offers, that’s a good choice as well.

Wayfair customer service clearly confirms on their pages that this is made in Indonesia, although they do it in their Q&A section and not their usual product information.

I’m going to guess that all the supply chain and lockdown issues that happened during the pandemic are playing a part in the inconsistency here. Making matters worse, Wayfair country of origin information isn’t exactly the most reliable. My best advice is to try to find this in a store so you can check for yourself. If I had no choice but to buy it online, I’d choose Amazon or WIlliams-Sonoma, only because if they send you a made in China model you can always send it back with impunity as they clearly list the country of origin.

This Dash air fryer is half the weight of a standard fryer so it’s perfect for apartments or dorms. Its 2.6 quart capacity is perfect for serving 2-4 people at a time. It fries food with 75% less fat than traditional deep frying and couldn’t be simpler to operate: just fill the basket with the food you want to fry, set the timer, and let the frying begin. An automatic shut-off timer ensures that your food will always be perfectly done.

It has a rating of 4.6 on both sites.

2. Toastmaster TM-200AF (2 Quart) or TM-262AF (2.75 quart) (YMMV)

h/t to Linda for reporting that her TM-262AF Toastmaster Air Fryer is made in Indonesia.

First of all, I’m not going to kid myself to think that Select Brands (which owns Toastmaster) has somehow “seen the light”. They were one of the first brands to rush to China and most of their products are still made there.

This MAY be a sign that the free market is working. Let me walk that back a step. It may be a sign that the Section 301 tariffs implemented by the US Government in 2018 (which imposed a 25% tariff on air fryers from China) may be FINALLY offsetting years and years of China’s government using THEIR power to monopolize manufacturing of small kitchen appliances, thus allowing the free market to work.

Most brands are spending their money lobbying the Biden Administration to repeal the Section 301 tariffs. To President Biden’s credit, the tariffs are still in place. If Select Brands is using that money to establish manufacturing capacity in Indonesia, good for them.

Amazon’s listing still indicates these are made in China, but I see more and more evidence like Linda’s comment and this eBay listing that both the 2 Quart (TM-200AF) and 2.75 Quart (TM-260 AF) models are being made in Indonesia. This is one where I would definitely recommend ordering for pickup at a physical store like Belk or Walmart and then verifying the country of origin before you accept it. Just a reminder that if you click through a link to eBay or Amazon, I may get a few cents as an affiliate of these companies. It’s greatly appreciated, but not mandatory that you do.

Quick update: I reached out to Select Brands and asked them point-blank where the TM-200AF and TM-260 AF models are made. The customer service rep “Debra” responded with a rather terse, one word answer: “china”. But when you download the manual from Select Brands itself, scroll to the very end and you’ll see “Made in Indonesia”. And when I check eBay listings, which tend to be more transparent with country of origin, most of them say Indonesia.

I think the conclusion is clear: check the box. If it’s from Indonesia, keep it. If it’s from China, throw it back.


July 2022 update. It looks like this has been out of stock for a while now, but if you’re lucky you might find one from a third party seller. I’ll keep it on the list but don’t get your hopes up.

I was pretty bummed at seeing brand after brand of air fryer manufactured exclusively in China. But there was a glimmer of hope when I saw @Cezanne on Twitter report this find! (h/t to him and to Not Made in China Directory for this one!)

For those of you who don’t know, Tatung is a company that was started in Taiwan in 1918. This was 31 years before the Republic of China came onto the island. The company even pre-dates the Chinese Communist Party, which was founded three years later.

Not surprisingly, Tatung is a great source of pride for the people in Taiwan. When my wife and I got married, she explained to me that it’s traditional for every Taiwanese newlywed bride to get a Tatung steamer from her family as standard issue. And over the years, I can’t count how many dumplings, steamed eggs, steamed veggies, steamed buns, Zongzi, dim sum we’ve enjoyed from that thing. And after 10 years and counting, it’s still going strong (both the steamer and the marriage, in that order :P). In the meantime, the Breville toaster we got on our wedding day (made in China) is not heating evenly, the Keurig coffee maker (made in China) made brown colored water, and I lost count of how many small appliances ended up in the garbage. In the meantime, the only appliances that still work the same the day we got them is our Kitchenaid mixer (made in USA), our Zojirushi rice maker (made in Japan), and our Tatung.

Did they cost a little more when we bought them than an American brand that’s “sold out” like Hamilton Beach, Oster, Cuisinart, Ninja or worse, a fake China brand like COSORI or ZINGCOOK? Yeah. Does it feel good to be using them after 10 years when people who bought those brands have probably already gone through two or three of them, resulting in more plastic in landfills, local communities that relied on manufacturing getting abandoned, and increased money in the coffers of the People’s Liberation Army? Heck yeah.

But on to the Tatung. I’m still trying to find out more about this model. It seems that it was released in November 2017 and for a while was sold all over, including Macy’s and Walmart, but it looks like it’s been out of stock for a while. Worse, the product has completely disappeared from Tatung’s own site, which leads me to believe it’s been discontinued :(.

In my research, most Tatung air fryers made during this time were made in China, but Not Made in China Directory seems fairly confident that this model was made in Taiwan. Unfortunately, it appears that only third party sellers on Amazon carry this product anymore and as always, you need to be careful with third party sellers.


Most T-Fal air fryers appear to be made in China, but thanks to reports in the comments, I learned that years ago T-Fal made the ActiFry line out of France. While it was around it was definitely a popular and highly reviewed model. It’s anyone’s guess as to why T-Fal seems to have deprioritized it, but if they’re smart they’ll continue to make it out of France, even if they have to charge a premium for it. If they’re putting all their eggs in China, that’s a move beyond foolish.

T-Fal still lists the ActiFry on its Web site, but when you try to look for retailers who sell it you get no results. Your best bet is to look for a third party seller on Amazon or a gently used model on eBay.

NO LONGER RECOMMENDED: Total Chef TCAF03 7-in-1 Air Fryer

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As I said, I’m going to leave this here for now, even though it’s been confirmed that they’re making it in China, and therefore is NO LONGER recommended by this site. The reason? Read the last paragraph of my review, which was sadly but not surprisingly prophetic.

I had to do a double-take when I read the Manufacturer’s answer to the question “Where is this manufactured?”

Like the fat free yogurt episode of Seinfeld, I thought that maybe this was too good to be true, but with further research on the Web I believe this to be accurate. The manufacturer’s name is Koolatron who is known for producing a number of “made in Canada” products.

There aren’t a lot of Amazon reviews to go by, but looking at Costco Canada’s site where this has been on sale for a longer period of time there are lots of positive reviews (most of the negative reviews driving the overall rating down seem to focus on Costco sending out used units). Overall, people rave about the simplicity, the quality of food (crispy on the outside, tender on the inside), the very reasonable price, and of course the fact that it’s made in Canada.

One can only imagine the pressure that Koolatron is to be the last to shut down their Canada manufacturing facilities and outsource to China. If you’re in the market for an air fryer that is NOT made in China, this may be your last chance to send a message to Koolatron and all their competitors that you will support any company that stands strong.

NO LONGER RECOMMENDED Philips Premium Airfryer XXL HD9650/96 (YMMV)

I had high hopes for this one, especially since I heard reports that Philips was transitioning more and more manufacturing to Turkey (thanks to Matt in the EU for the latest report). All indications are that the opposite is true. My recommendation still stands—if you see this in a brick and mortar store, check to see where it’s made. If it’s Turkey, grab it. If it’s China, throw it back.

Hat tip to Paul on our forum and in the comments for giving me the heads-up on this one. It’s a highly rated air fryer made by Philips. Paul is based in Europe, so he reported that he purchased this model of air fryer, and it was clearly made in Turkey.

Unfortunately, it’s not so straightforward in the United States, as every Amazon review and Q&A prior to December 2020 clearly states that this model is made in China, including two official posts from Philips North America. However, in July 2021 and June 2022, Amazon customers in the U.S. are reporting that models they’re getting are made in Turkey (and there’s no mention of China during this time).

What may have happened is that Philips manufactures this air fryer in Turkey for the European market, but outsourced all of its manufacturing to China for the North American market. It’s possible that as China gets more and more tyrannical with its COVID lockdown policies, that Philips is starting to expand its production in Turkey to service North America, but isn’t bothering to update its listings on retailers like Amazon and Williams Sonoma (which still state that they’re made in China).

My best advice–if you’re in Europe, get this model–it’s highly rated and one of the best air fryers on the market. If you’re in the United States, visit a brick-and-mortar retailer like Crate and Barrel or Williams Sonoma and check the box. It’ll say either “Made in China” or “Made in Turkey”. If you see a made in Turkey model, grab it and buy it while you can.

If you need to buy this online, my best advice is to go to Philips’ site directly and start a chat session. Unfortunately, their customer service staff is probably going to read from an outdated script and tell you everything is made in China, but it’s never a bad idea to call them so they know people care (and by not offering a model not made in China, they are losing customers). Alternatively, you can go to Amazon and send a message to a third-party seller to ask where their stock is from. If you don’t mind the hassle, you can also get one delivered to you, check the outer box for the country of origin, and if it’s not what you want, send it back using Amazon’s free returns policy (can you return the item for any reason as long as it’s in new condition).

Do you have any experience with these Air Fryers? Or have you found another manufacturer who has not sold out to China? Let us know in the comments below!


    1. Thanks for the report, Paul! Sadly, it looks like all versions being sold to the US market are still made in China. Hopefully everyone in the EU can confirm they’re buying a Turkey-made unit and that’ll provide some competition for the China subcontractors.

      1. I just saw that the model I mentioned before is also available in the USA on 110v.

        I have this exact same model, on 230v which is made in Turkey.
        Some reviews also mention it is made in Turkey.
        According to Philips US, this model is discontinued, but it is still available on Amazon. I would buy it quickly if I were you, might be the last one NMIC.
        If it is MIC, just return it.

        1. Your website has a lot of useful information so comment you on that. However, I am trying to understand your motives. If, as you say your effort is to limit manufacturing in China due to their human rights record, then the recommendation of products manufactured in Turkey negates your effort. As of today there are 139 journalists in Turkish prisons for writing articles that oppose the government. Turkey is supporting jihadi movements, including ISIS, Al-Qaeda in Syria (yes, the organization responsible for 9/11). Turkey currently has refused to join the EU in sectioning Russia and has allowed its financial system to be used by Russia to bypass sanctions. So, before you recommend a country please do your homework.

          1. Thanks for your comment, Jeff.

            I hear you. Sadly if we were to boycott every country for human right abuses, there would be hardly any country that would not be affected. Just as it’s difficult to recommend products made in Turkey, it is equally if not more problematic to recommend products from countries like Vietnam, Cambodia, and so on.

            One of the main reason I focus on China on this site is the sheer scale of China’s dominance. The original purpose of opening up manufacturing to China was the hopes that it would liberalize, similar to what happened in countries like South Korea, Taiwan, and Japan in the 1970s-1980s. But China flipped the script. Instead of liberalizing, the Chinese Communist Party put on a happy face to the world while the whole time using the money pouring in from the West to solidify its power over its own people with aspirations of threatening its neighbors, most notably Taiwan.

            Do countries like Turkey and Cambodia have a chance of becoming more open and respectful of human rights? It’s hard to tell. But the first step is diversifying the supply chain so that no one country dominates to the point where no other country can even have the opportunity.

            Ultimately, it’s up to consumers to do their own education and make their own decisions. So I’m going to leave these recommendations up, but I’ll also leave your comment up, and will encourage all readers to make up their own mind about the pros and cons of each country.

            Thanks again for your comment.

          2. I have a personal boycott of China because of the terrible cruelty which is inflicted on animals, I don’t know of any other country which is as bad as China. (yes, unfortunately I know animal cruelty is in every country)
            I have 2 Greyhounds which were rescued from the vile meat trade, they were on their way to the slaughterhouse where dogs & cats are boiled alive in large vats & skinned alive & blow torched alive.
            I cannot justify supporting their economy.

          3. How do you people forget that China is poisoning us with all their products…. is that not enough reason to boycott them ? F**k their people. THEY ARE POSIONING US!

      2. I have had my Philips xxl airfryer for nearly 3 years – made in China. The paintwork on the inner frying basket is starting to peel off. Out of its warranty. Will never buy Philips again. They deceived me.

    2. China owns this product group and almost all of the small appliance manufacturing for the world. America would do well to mimic Germany and manufacture hi priced and highly technical products. Only category China hasn’t fully captured, yet.

  1. I’ve loved my trips to China and the culture of the people… I detest the dictators and the government of their communist inhumane government , those leaders are just as bad as the progressive narcistic selfish egotistical politicians of the USA

    1. First of all, thank you for your service, Ken! I wish that all our fellow Americans could see from your perspective. The people who have suffered the most at the hands of the Chinese Communist Party are the people of China themselves. The CCP has worked since 1949 to murder, brainwash, or frighten its people into submission. But we can only hope that the spark of freedom is not completely gone in their hearts.

      I hear you about politicians in the USA. It’s frightening how so many of them–both with R’s and D’s next to their name–seem to covet the kind of power and control that the CCP has over its people. It’s as if they haven’t read one word of the document that they all swear an oath to preserve, protect, and defend.

  2. I`‘ve looked for salt and pepper grinders, toasters and air fryers not made in China to no avail! Thanks for your coments, Mary wife, looked for a diary not made in China and found one for £18! She made her own. Bob Armstrong

    1. Peugeot grinders are still made in France.and they are gastro quality. They’ve got manual salt and pepper grinders in every size and color and even electric ones. And they got some variants of coffee grinders, too. In the lower left of their site, you can switch language and country.

    2. Dualit makes their toasters in the UK. I have had one now for 3 years and our family loves it. The design makes it easy to clean and has many unique features not found on cheap toasters made in China.

    1. Users on Amazon are reporting mixed results. Someone in May 2020 reported theirs was made in France, another in November 2020 reported theirs was made in China.

      It seems to be out of stock everywhere I look–Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy. T-Fal still has it listed on its site, but it isn’t listing any retailers.

      Let’s hope it comes back. I would actually purchase one right away if it did.

    1. Thanks for the report, Deb. Your report is being corroborated by an increasing number of Amazon reviewers, so I’m going to update this article with a warning. What likely happened is that the management at Koolatron shifted manufacturing without telling any of their staff or their marketing people.

  3. Thank you for this website and all the research. It is so very depressing the once proud “made in USA” no longer exists. And now more foolish than manufacturing U see more and more food items processed in China. Really??? Food, pharmaceuticals, and certain technologies should as a matter of national security be produced only in the US. Again, thank you.

  4. Thank you SO much! Every single product I buy takes me days of research ; is it made in China, is it made of plastic, is it vegan, is it recyclable.
    I had to buy a new laptop and in the end I had no choice but to buy one assembled in China. Pissed me right off but was left with no choice.
    Thanks to you I’ll be able to hopefully buy my air fryer not made in China.
    To every corporation out there, people looking for products not made in China are much larger than you think!

  5. Thanks for your researches. Well now im just gonna keep on with my live without an air fryer. I prefer that over encouraging Chinese !

  6. I’ve found two air fryers from Tefal available in the UK (so, I assume throughout Europe, too) that are made in France. It’s clearly identified on the front of the packaging. Model FZ727840 ActiFry Genius+ and Model YV970840 ActiFry Genius XL 2in1. Retailing for £189 and £284 respectively.

  7. I bought a small TOWER BRAND air fryer to use in the office on
    I wanted to play safe and insured it with the seller. In less than six months, the fryer packed, up by triggering the fuse box. I opened the fuse to see 10 amps fuse, whereas this country uses 13 amps.

    I got back to to complain, and get my money or another one back, this seller has been delisted. This is the sort of money down the drain that is promoting by allowing people to sell substandard products on their site.

  8. I try not to buy any products produced in China because of the Chinese government’s persecution of both innocent people there and my Muslim brothers and sisters living in the Xinjiang region. I sincerely thank you for preparing this site and for doing so much research. As a result of my own research, I saw that Ninja air fryers belong to a Canadian-based company. but I didn’t want to be content with that and asked a few people who sold the product as second hand where it was written as the country of manufacture. and unfortunately I got that unsolicited reply: China.
    Of course, I do not approve of a brutal system that exploits the labor of the people there and the joy of living their lives, producing products at very low costs and selling them to people. As someone who fled Turkey because of Erdogan’s persecution, I try to be sensitive about this issue. I really thank you for your hard work. I just discovered your site. because I don’t do much English searches on Google. I hope that the number of people living with this awareness will increase day by day. stay well.

    1. I believe air fry ovens do not have plastic innards…I’ve googled air fryers with stainless steel but most that come up (other than the ovens) are still made in China, and still list plastic in their specs. Unfortunately!

    2. Your best bet is a “French Door” Oven style air fryer that look like big toaster ovens. Mostly steel racks. Some people love that style. Some hate them. I’m in the hate category. Turning food during the cooking process may be a pain. The “Drawer” air fryers all seem to have a no stick coating, but I think they are easier to use.

      You might want to look into parchment paper with punched holes to line the bottom of a drawer style air fryer. Chanes are the paper is made in China, but it is what it is. I use paper and it comes down to about 9 cents per sheet.

  9. According to Amazon, it looks like only the Dash Tasti-Crisp 2.6 quart air fryers are made in Indonesia. The larger versions, such as the Deluxe 6 quart air fryer , are made in China. Hope this helps.

    1. This definitely helps—thanks for the additional detective work! Silly me, I never even though to click through to both models.

      I’m actually seeing the opposite of what you described–when I select the 6 quart model then “Indonesia” shows up as the Country of Origin, but when I select the 2.6 quart model then “China” shows up. A review from October 13, 2022 also corroborates that a customer received the 6 quart model from Indonesia.

      I’ll update the review accordingly. Thanks so much for the observation!

  10. This site is great! I just clicked through onto the Philips to check it out on Amazon and they say it is discontinued

  11. In my research so far, it looks like STEBA in Germany is a winner and may be the outlet for the U.S. to purchase. A separate transformer adapter will be needed to use in the U.S. I am awaiting responses from other European countries to find out where their products are manufactured.

    1. Yeah, there are a couple products Steba makes that i want but they don’t deliver to Canada (where I’m from), due to the voltage being different. Yeah, that means I gotta get a voltage converter and I haven’t found one not made in china. 🙁

  12. Hello … I have heard that Gourmia is a U.S. brand. Do you know if their air fryers are actually made in the U.S.?

  13. Sadly, China is not an ally to the USA. Why do you think they bought our debt…They want to BURY us. The USA Needs To be able to produce products as great as it BETTER than China. Many American people would LIKE to purchase American products for REASONABLE prices. Prices need to be kept affordable for people.

    1. At this point I’d give all my money for American made products but THEY DO NOT EXIST!


      We want American made because we have regulations in this country that prevents use of things like lead and asbestos in our cookware…. period. Who cares how they treat their people? Their people are the ones poisoning us and doing their bidding.

    1. If Lidl in your country does like they do in Germany, it will be most likely China. You almost never see a “made in EU” on the packages.

  14. I bought a Philips xxl approx. 3 years ago. After purchase I discovered it was made in China. Now the paint in the inner basket is peeling. Don’t trust it anymore to use. I have been misled.

  15. Buy your flatware from Liberty Tabletop and let’s keep one of the last 100% made in USA companies alive!

  16. I just bought the Dash 2.6 quart air fryer from Target for $49 and the box states that it is manufactured in Indonesia. I went back and bought another unit for my mother. Thanks for the information on which brands to look for and apparently now you can buy the smaller size not made in China.

    1. I can’t thank you enough for reporting this, Linda! Amazon still lists this model as made in China, so I’m guessing that Toastmaster has moved at least some or all of its production in light of the 2018 Tariffs. If so, that’s awesome and should hopefully mean more and more NMIC appliances in our future.

      I’m going to add this as a top pick. Researching this stuff can be painful, so reports “from the front lines” are always much, much appreciated 🙂

  17. I bought the Philips Premium Airfryer XXL HD9650/96 on a European Amazon site this week for use in the EU. It’s made in China. Someone else has reported this too in 2023, I don’t think it should be on this list for *any market*.

    1. Thanks for the report, Matt. Per your suggestion I’ve removed it as a recommendation. It seems impossible to get one Made in Turkey in the USA, and from your report it sounds like Philips may be shutting down or scaling back its operations in the EU, which would be a shame. I hope one day I can add them back.

  18. Invaluable information, and I appreciate that you keep this information current. I’m going to be relying on it quite a bit 🙂 NMiC is a movement I’m dedicated to, for the same reasons you’ve given in replies above, and I’m so grateful to you for providing this resource in an ethical manner.
    All the best from Canada, neighbour.

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