Le Coucou Airfryer Harmony

Have you tried to figure out how to eat fried food without feeling guilty, without fearing for your health or cleaning bill? Well, since 2010, there is an option – airfryers. These handy cooking appliances let you prepare your favorite fried food without the added calories that come with dunking them in oil. Your arteries, as well as your shirts, will thank you.

Airfryers make no smoke, and the only thing you’ll smell is a delicious scent that’ll make your tummy tingle, and this goes double for Le Cocou Airfryer Harmony. Everyone knows that deep-fried food is yummy, but only while it’s hot. On the other hand, things prepared in an airfryer will often keep its tastiness even when cold; moreover, frying on air will not make your house or hair smell like burning oil for days on end.

DELLA© Electric Air Fryer – at a glance

In the briefest, Le Coucou Airfryer Harmony is a wonderful, user-friendly fryer that will help you prepare your favorite meals in e healthier way. The rapid hot air technology makes the heated air circulate through the fryer, while the design of the fryer enables it to heat the food from all sides at once, minimizing or downright negating the need for oil.

Le Coucou Airfryer Harmony
  • Cooking basket capacity
  • Temperature control
  • Versatility
  • Safety & build quality
  • Additional perks


This is, hands down, the best fryer you can find for the price. It’s every bit worth of every square inch of counter-top space it takes.


Cooking basket capacity: 4

The basket is quite large compared to the overall size of the fryer. It’s spacious enough to prepare two hefty portions or feed a family of four in one go. It might be just enough to fit a whole chicken, depending on its size.

However, if you don’t feel like experimenting with an entire chicken, go for the Cornish Hen, or half a dozen drumsticks. It’s a great way to eat fried chicken guilt-free, especially if you’re an athlete or bodybuilder, looking to ingest lots of tasty calories with minimal risk.

Temperature control: 4

There are two knobs on the fryer, the first of which controls the temperature. There are six settings – 302°F,320°F,338°F,356°F,374°F and 392°F; these are, essentially, all you need for air-frying anything, but you can’t set your own custom temp.

The second knob controls the 60 minutes control timer with a buzzer to warn you your food’s ready; moreover, the fryer will turn itself off the minute the frying pan is out.

Versatility: 5

Speaking of air-frying anything, this puppy handles both frozen and fresh foodstuffs, fries, onion rings, taquitos, veggies, breaded chicken strips, seafood, risotto, and everything will taste primo.

Le Coucou Airfryer Harmony makes use of a basket divider, enabling you to cook two things at once, and avoid they touch, so if you and your significant other want different meals, you got ‘em!

Safety & build quality: 4

The fryer carries both FDA and ETL seal of approval, meaning it’s certified and officially safe for use. Moreover, this lovable pupster is dishwasher safe, as it features a non-stick dishwasher safe frying pan. The pan, incidentally, is completely detachable. The manufacturer recommends, with good reason, to only switch the fryer on once the pan has been locked in. This safety precaution earns it five points.

As far as build quality goes, the fryer has a standard non-stick coated metal pan (Teflon), and the casing is made of heat-resistant plastic to withstand the hot air. Incidentally, the stylish and sleek design of this fryer is available in black and white and combinations thereof.

Additional perks: 3

The manufacturer has definitely helped cover the basics with a manual guide with a number of tips and pieces of advice

Moreover, you can enjoy peace of mind and a sense of security thanks to the company’s 30-day trial period. If you prove dissatisfied with it, you can return the product, no strings attached.

Pros and cons

Good stuff:
  • very versatile
  • super easy to clean
  • comes with a basket divider
  • the manual guide is very helpful
Not-so-good stuff:
  • the “new stuff smell” lingers for the first couple of uses
  • takes longer to cook than a deep fryer