[Small-Appliance-Cooking] [NFB-Krafters-Korner] [BlindTlk] Air Fryer Purchase

dandrews920 at comcast.net dandrews920 at comcast.net
Tue May 17 21:04:00 UTC 2022

I just touch on the right side, about half way down the touch screen, and seem to be able to hit it!


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From: Yolanda Thompson <ylt999 at gmail.com> 
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Subject: Re: [NFB-Krafters-Korner] [BlindTlk] Air Fryer Purchase

I have the Cassori as well. And I put bump dots on the start button.
Since it is so easily triggered I took a piece of quilter's tape 1/4 inch and ran it from the bottom of the area to the button. This way I can simply follow the tape up to the start stop bump dot.

On 5/17/22, David Andrews via NFB-Krafters-Korner <nfb-krafters-korner at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> I bought the Kosori, has touch screen, but uses Alexa, and iOS app is 
> totally accessible.  I love it.
> Dave
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> From: BlindTlk <blindtlk-bounces at nfbnet.org> On Behalf Of Raul 
> Gallegos - NAGDU via BlindTlk
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> Subject: Re: [BlindTlk] Air Fryer Purchase
> Hello dave, not sure if you decided on one. However, if you can find 
> an air fryer that has physical buttons, those seem to be the most 
> accessible. Of course, the Alexa enabled smart fryers are good too but 
> a little more expensive. We have one for macy's, and I can't remember 
> the model but I can find it, but the nice thing about this one is that 
> it has big round physical knobs with a tactile marker so that you know 
> exactly where the knob is pointing. The only small challenge we have 
> and it is solvable with physical dots, is marking the various 
> different temperatures. However if you use it a lot, you will be able 
> to quickly tell what temperature it is set to based on the clock 
> position of the dial. Following is a wonderful steak recipe.
> https://sweetcsdesigns.com/the-best-air-fryer-steaks/
> --
> Raul Gallegos - President
> National Association of Guide Dog Users
> 346-439-7444 | RGallegos at nagdu.org
> On April 27, 2022 6:22:33 AM David Andrews via BlindTlk 
> <blindtlk at nfbnet.org> wrote:
>> I am considering the purchase of an Air Fryer. I am looking at the 
>> <https://www.amazon.com/COSORI-Fryer-6-8Qt-Blaze-ThermoIQ/dp/B09BJHB2
>> B
>> D/ref=sr_1_5?crid=2GQNQL8MPJFMC&keywords=Cosori+air+fryer&qid=1651058
>> 0 44&sprefix=cosori+air+fryer%2Caps%2C108&sr=8-5>
>> <https://www.amazon.com/COSORI-Fryer-6-8Qt-Blaze-ThermoIQ/dp/B09BJHB2
>> B
>> D/ref=sr_1_5?crid=2GQNQL8MPJFMC&keywords=Cosori+air+fryer&qid=1651058
>> 0 44&sprefix=cosori+air+fryer%2Caps%2C108&sr=8-5>COSORI
>> Air Fryer 6.8Qt, Dual Blaze with 360 ThermoIQ Tech - Upper and Lower 
>> Heating Elements for Precise Temperature Control and Even Cooking
>> Has anyone used this, or any Cosoni Air Fryer. You can control with 
>> Amazon device apparently, and an older review of Cosoni I found said 
>> that the iPhone app was completely accessible.
>> Any experiences would be helpful and appreciated.
>> Dave

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