New Philips Airfryer just reduced from £199 to £168.45 on Amazon - HotUKDeals
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The patented Rapid Air technology of Philips AirFryer enables you to fry the tastiest crispy chips that contain up to 80% less fat than a conventional fryer. Makes healthy, tasty chips in just 12 minutes. Best tasting chips, without the oil (for fresh chips add half a tablespoon of oil for extra taste. Frozen chips are normally precooked in oil)
Its fully adjustable temperature control allows you to pre-set the best cooking temperature for your food, up to 200 degrees, so you can prepare the food at the right temperature for the best results
Its integrated timer allows you to pre-set cooking times of up to 30 minutes. The auto-off function includes a "ready" sound indicator
The AirFryer comes with an inspiring recipe booklet, written by a culinary expert, that contains 30 delicious, easy-to-prepare recipes and is packed with tips and tricks. You don’t have to make just chips either, the AirFryer is great for a variety of foods including brownies and quiches
Integrated air filter keeps your kitchen fresh and clean while the removable drawer and food basket feature a non-stick coating and are dishwasher-safe for easy cleaning
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#1
£150 delivered at http://www.salamandercookshop.com

(based in Dorset)
banned#2
Is this pretty much the same thing as the Actifry?
#3
Voltro
Is this pretty much the same thing as the Actifry?

looks like it
#4
A bag of frozen chips from Iceland sounds a lot less bother and certainly a lot lot lot cheaper. How good can a chip be!?

Edited By: Dinger42 on Dec 13, 2010 22:51: typo spotted
#5
Voltro
Is this pretty much the same thing as the Actifry?


Dunno. The Actifry takes 40-45 minutes to make chips. This claims to do it in a quarter of the time. Mind you, from the pictures you would have to do several batches to feed a family, so not sure how useful this gadget really is.
#6
maybee it works like the jml halogen oven?

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