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17L Halogen Oven with accessories - Robert Dyas (8% Quidco) possible for £23.45 £29.99

£29.99 @ Robert Dyas
OK, so you've probably seen or got a halogen oven. I have one and use it all the time - great! This one from Robert Dyas is on offer (£50 at Amazon). It comes with extender ring and various cooking …
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OK, so you've probably seen or got a halogen oven. I have one and use it all the time - great! This one from Robert Dyas is on offer (£50 at Amazon). It comes with extender ring and various cooking trays. It is so cheap to run compared to a conventional oven - and a lot quicker.
Whilst it's £29.99 instore, online incurs a £4.99 delivery charge. To get around this charge, you need to spend at least one pence more! I did it by ordering the cheapest item (a small candle holder - product code 150492) for 50p. That makes the oven and candle holder £30.49. Apply code SUMMERW1 and its £25.49. After 8% Quidco (£2.04) it's £23.45 - Bargain!

Topcashback have today upped Robert Dyas from 8 to 10.1%

#####since writing this, the peeler and candle holder have gone out of stock. There are loads of items for £1 Greaseproof paper, dusters etc.. that will qualify for the free delivery.
Impossible to keep editing header price, so its going to be £23.95 instead. Sorry - still very cheap for an excellent product that will more than pay for itself. #####

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The Halogen Oven from the Nuo collection is exclusive to Robert Dyas. The entire range is designed with form & function in mind and each product is guaranteed for 2 years.

Halogen oven cooking is so versatile: you can grill, bake, roast, steam, fry and defrost. It uses a halogen light which is far more energy-efficient and up to 8 times faster than convection ovens, doesn't need pre-heating and gives the same, golden, crisp result. They sit on your worktop, giving you extra cooking capacity (great for big dinner parties). They offer the convenience and speed of a microwave, without the heat spots and are more versatile.

Grills, Bakes, Roasts, Steams, Frys, Broils and Defrosts
17L Total capacity with extender ring
6 Heat settings
60 Minute timer
Accessories included: extender ring, lid stand, steamer, frying pan, low rack, bread rack, 4 skewers, tongs
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#1
never used this before but reviews look good! Tempted
#2
I've used one of them when we re-done our kitchen. Very practical for weekend/holiday home.
#3
I bought this from RD recently. Not used our main oven since. This one has decent extras with it. Only minor criticism is the handle feels the least well made part. Although still recommended.
#4
i have seen the teleshoping ads on tv but are these as good as the ads make them out to be?,allways wanted to buy one and at this price it would be rude not to
#5
superb deal and thanks for the quidco/tcb & peeler info as i was looking at these around xmas for £60 ish and now its cost me £23

thanks
#6
these are great, best thing is that you can actually see your food cooking, so there's no excuse for burning,
#7
Thanks for this op, been thinking about getting one of these! Got the potato peeler too ;)
#8
Missed all the great deals for halogen ovens last christmas, and this one seems too good to be true!! 23 pounds for a 17ltr Halogen oven? That's incredibly HOT and worth the punt!!!! Thanks OP!! :)

Edit - Quidco tracked very quickly at 2.05!

Edited By: jpxdude on Apr 27, 2011 21:53: Quidco tracking!
#9
Thankyou ordered one x
#10
I showed it to the wife, ordered 2min later ;) thanks. I'm a quick worker.
#11
Glad this is hotting up. Has anyone found anything cheaper than the peeler?
#12
How is this in comparison to the JML Halogen Oven?
1 Like #13
stephen25uk
i have seen the teleshoping ads on tv but are these as good as the ads make them out to be?,allways wanted to buy one and at this price it would be rude not to


You should get one, I have one and we love it:)
banned#14
Does anyone know how good this is at baking? We rent our house and our oven is terrible but i love baking.
banned#15
Ordered thanks
#16
Baked Potatoes, nice and crispy. As the heat is distributed in a vortex and the base is circular, everything cooks at same speed. Excellent at pasta bakes too. Little tip for you - chicken thighs & drumsticks. Bit of water in bottom to catch fat drips (it swirls around) coat chicken in soy sauce. 200 degrees fifteen mins, turn over, ten mins more. Chicken has a KFC moisture to it, whereas conventional ovens dry chicken out. Didn't mention that there is a self clean function for the bowl too. Empty machine, Inch of water, few drops of washing up liquid on a low heat for ten mins!
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glynsmith
Glad this is hotting up. Has anyone found anything cheaper than the peeler?

You can get a candle holder for 50p http://www.robertdyas.co.uk/P~150492~La+Boutique+Ceramic+Candle+Holder+-+Small
#18
Sushi
glynsmith
Glad this is hotting up. Has anyone found anything cheaper than the peeler?

You can get a candle holder for 50p http://www.robertdyas.co.uk/P~150492~La+Boutique+Ceramic+Candle+Holder+-+Small


Oh well, at least the peeler will compliment the oven :D
#19
glynsmith
Sushi
glynsmith
Glad this is hotting up. Has anyone found anything cheaper than the peeler?

You can get a candle holder for 50p http://www.robertdyas.co.uk/P~150492~La+Boutique+Ceramic+Candle+Holder+-+Small


Oh well, at least the peeler will compliment the oven :D

Very true X)
#20
Potato peeler is out of stock now so ordered with the candle holder. Thanks OP.
#21
Strange question, but could you bake a cake in one of these?
#22
They are fantastic, money well spent
#23
Marmite32
Potato peeler is out of stock now so ordered with the candle holder. Thanks OP.

Thanks Marmite32 - updated header (and price) to reflect this - even cheaper
#24
I don't need this but have ordered anyway. I added a solar light at £1.49.

Got to stop spending !
#25
oj0
Strange question, but could you bake a cake in one of these?


You can, but they are not ideally suited for cakes. Try dropping the baking temperature a little and baking for a little longer than you would in a normal oven, otherwise you might find the centre of the cake underbaked.
#26
Only 2 used ones for sale on ebay - they must be good! Ordered, thanks
#27
just ordered one thanks.cheapest candle holder out of stock so order the pound one
#28
If it's anything like my Dad's JML version. It should be totally awsome. I always use it to do some amazing things. Good for serious oven stuff, or quickie cheese toasties :p

Free deliver over £30!
Dammn, what could you get to push you over the £30 mark?

Edited By: Relievo on Apr 28, 2011 00:14: Billy Bob Thornton
#29
I love mine too but can 17L be right?? Mine is the biggest I could get and it's 14L. I paid extra for all the accesories too
#30
Thanks. Ordered. Seems to have my 2 favourite features. A lift off lid as a hinged one would not fit under my kitchen unit and a mechanical timer as on my current one the power goes off when you lift the lid losing the current settings if just doing a visual check. Wish I could afford another as a spare (especially considering all the included tools).
#31
Damn it! I just talked myself into getting that spare. Me and my big mouth :-) I could have saved myself the cost of 2 slotted turners, 166p, if I had ordered them together.
#32
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/0600622126/ref=mp_s_a_3?qid=1303969838&sr=8-3 a cheap cookbook to go with it if anyone's looking.
#33
Marmite32
[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2Fgp%2Faw%2Fd%2F0600622126%2Fref%3Dmp_s_a_3%3Fqid%3D1303969838%26sr%3D8-3]http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/0600622126/ref=mp_s_a_3?qid=1303969838&sr=8-3[/url] a cheap cookbook to go with it if anyone's looking.


Link not working bud
#34
Good price but there rubbish
#35
I see this comes with skewers...how on earth do you do kebabs - surely it is the wrong shape?
#36
Marmite32
[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2Fgp%2Faw%2Fd%2F0600622126%2Fref%3Dmp_s_a_3%3Fqid%3D1303969838%26sr%3D8-3]http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/0600622126/ref=mp_s_a_3?qid=1303969838&sr=8-3[/url] a cheap cookbook to go with it if anyone's looking.


Search for:-
Hamlyn All Colour Cookbook 200 Halogen Oven Recipes
#37
Thank you, been after one of these for ages.......Oh and you get 10.1% TopCashBack with Robert Dyas X)

Rach
#38
ive had one for a couple of months.

so far ive tried (and outcome):

chips/wedges etc - very impressive, best wedges!
chicken thighs and drunsticks - as good as if not better than oven
pies - amazing
pasta bake - used mainly to grill the top which worked fine
cheese toast - good but got a "slightly" soft base but not a problem

the only thing ive done in it that doesnt work is pizza!!!!
which is a massive shame as its like one of my main oven food! :)

the top is perfect but no matter which racks i use and how high etc, the base is always soft and slightly soggy. ive heard that pizza causes a lot of condensation which may create the soggy base
so have been suggested to take the lid off a couple of times during cooking. however, i have not tried that as i didnt want to waste another pizza :(

anyone got any tips on pizza?
banned#39
There's a Kindle edition cookbook for £2.99.
Do I HAVE to have a Kindle to read it or can I read it from my laptop/PC?
Thank you. X)
banned#40
anyone got any tips on pizza?[/quote]
Have you left enough space for the air to circulate below the pizza or just plonked a whole one in?
Pizza turns out ok for me but I never cook a whole one.
Good luck. :-)
Also, re pies, I turn them upside down for the last 6 mins or so to cook the base. ;)

Edited By: Pluun on Apr 28, 2011 10:38

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