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Philips Airfryer HD9220 £69.00 @ Tesco (in store and online) and Amazon

£69.00 @ Tesco Direct
Cheapest place around if your currently looking to buy. Looks like amazon have price matched tesco on their deal so also 69.00 at amazon. (Link in comment, thanks to Fi73) Also avaliable in white/… Read More
adzy148 Avatar
8m, 2d agoFound 8 months, 2 days ago
Cheapest place around if your currently looking to buy.
Looks like amazon have price matched tesco on their deal so also 69.00 at amazon. (Link in comment, thanks to Fi73)

Also avaliable in white/silver on tesco direct,
http://tesco.scene7.com/is/image/tesco/232-4786_PI_TPS2378511?wid=493&ht=538
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8m, 2d agoFound 8 months, 2 days ago
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1 Like #2
Wait for BF got it last year for £49 on Amazon!
#3
anyone know if there are any deals for the XL model ? (1.2kg)
#4
These are great. I use mine all the time.
#5
These were on a Black Friday deal at Tesco last year (not sure which model though). £50. So regretted not getting one...
#6
Worst thing I've ever bought, actifry much much better.
#7
anyone know which is better Philips air fryer or tefal actifry? want to buy one on black Friday but confused which to go for? thanks
#8
was £59 at tesco last week.
#9
How long does it take to cook a batch of chips in one of these?
1 Like #10
pulliptears
How long does it take to cook a batch of chips in one of these?
Frozen chips about 12-15mins
#11
angcar
These are great. I use mine all the time.

Can i ask what for other than chips? I bought one and didn't really find a use for it. If the oven is on i'll just stuff the chips in there at same time.
#12
if you like your chips tasking like cardboard then these are excellent, tried a few different types in case it was just me but there all the same, good price but a poor product
#13
I bought the Salter Airfryer from Sainsburys for £70 two days ago because all the reviews say it's easier to clean than the Philips. It is. Very impressed with it, cooks quicker than the oven and oven chips are amazingly good. I might be going on a chip butty diet!!
1 Like #14
You can do pretty much anything that goes in the oven. Doing a gammon tonight.
#15
Frozen chips in the oven take 25 min or more depending on the instructions, 12-15 min in the Salter Airfryer.
#16
Thanks, updated the deal to include amazon, at the time of posting tesco was cheaper :)
#17
red23
angcar
These are great. I use mine all the time.
Can i ask what for other than chips? I bought one and didn't really find a use for it. If the oven is on i'll just stuff the chips in there at same time.
I currently already own a airfryer and have for the last year, and i use it to cook litterally anything that fits in it and also that cooks in the oven.
#18
I would highly recommend this, heat from me
3 Likes #19
I cook bacon and mushrooms to make a nice sandwich, pork chops, belly pork joint, any packs of stuff like frozen chicken goujons/chips/onion rings and you can bake stuff, I often cook them frozen party sausage rolls in mine, to much stuff to list all, oh sausages cook fantastic in it
#20
Good price for a brilliant product, literally use mine every day
#21
Owned a few "air fryers". I have the digital version of this - it is by far the best one in terms of final product. Chips always come out perfect. I use it for a lot of other things as well.
#22
Stop eating chips
#23
I have one brilliant product
1 Like #24
red23
angcar
These are great. I use mine all the time.
Can i ask what for other than chips? I bought one and didn't really find a use for it. If the oven is on i'll just stuff the chips in there at same time.

Sausage rolls, chicken poppers, heat pre-cooked pakora, potato croquettes ... anything you want crisp on the outside and fluffy on the inside. Anything with a high fat content gets a bit smoky.
#25
It was 50 on Black Friday last year on amazon and Tesco, use it all the time you can even bake cakes in it
#26
Think I'll gamble on waiting a few more days for a potentially better BF deal.
#27
Are these not just tiny ovens with a fan? Much like the Halogen ovens?
#28
Gonna wait on tomorrow, hopefully they shave 10-20 off :P
1 Like #29
Guess these were not further reduced for Black Friday by Amazon nor Tesco. That's a shame.
#30
Can get for £55+p&p on Amazon
#31
Yes but with p&p at £7:37, that still makes it £62.37. Still a saving of £6.63, almost 10% I suppose. I was just holding out and hoping for more of a deal for Black Friday - by hotukdeals standards
#32
If it's the same model as last yr where Tesco sold for £50 then this year it being £69 ain't a good deal at all!
#33
i agree. Has anyone else found a better deal than £62.37 including p&p - online or in stores?
#34
Funnily I have just checked Amazon again and a new Seller has just popped up with a lower price. £46 + £7.37 p&p (total £53.37). This looks like a good new deal, however I am apprehensive about placing an order in case it's a scam because:-

a) It appeared on Amazon very soon after my comments above.
b) The seller has only 1 review despite having other items on sale (all Philips only items!).
c) The one review is from 2013 - some 3 years ago
d) The p&p of £7.37 is EXACTLY the same as the seller in my earlier comment who was selling at a higher price - so I think it might be the same seller in disguise or an undercutting scam or fake altogether.
e) The delivery date is 1-5 December - which seems long time 10 days.

Anyone got any thoughts as to whether this new deal sounds suspicious? Would I be covered by Amazon if there was any problem after I place my order?

UPDATE:-

This seller for £46 + £7.37 p&p (total £53.37) has now removed the listing from Amazon. Hmnn......I wonder why.....?????

Edited By: Namey on Nov 25, 2016 23:28: UPDATE
#35
Iv been waiting for BF to get the philips airfryer as I missed out on the previous £50 price on amazon. But iv just tracked it on camel camel tracking site and its showing this £69 as the cheapest it's ever been on amazon since 2010. Now I'm wondering if I imagined it went down to £49 last black friday? Maybe i should just buy for £69 and not hold out for it to go cheaper.....
#36
Namey
Funnily I have just checked Amazon again and a new Seller has just popped up with a lower price. £46 + £7.37 p&p (total £53.37). This looks like a good new deal, however I am apprehensive about placing an order in case it's a scam because:-
a) It appeared on Amazon very soon after my comments above.
b) The seller has only 1 review despite having other items on sale (all Philips only items!).
c) The one review is from 2013 - some 3 years ago
d) The p&p of £7.37 is EXACTLY the same as the seller in my earlier comment who was selling at a higher price - so I think it might be the same seller in disguise or an undercutting scam or fake altogether.
e) The delivery date is 1-5 December - which seems long time 10 days.
Anyone got any thoughts as to whether this new deal sounds suspicious? Would I be covered by Amazon if there was any problem after I place my order?
UPDATE:-
This seller for £46 + £7.37 p&p (total £53.37) has now removed the listing from Amazon. Hmnn......I wonder why.....?????
That's the only reason I posted the amazon sold and dispatched by, and also Tesco bc before I've purchased a fake product from a seller at amazon
#37
Now £66.49 sold BY Amazon themselves

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