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Philips Airfryer white £73.50 @ amazon

£73.50 @ Amazon
0.8 kg basket capacity this price is only for white in colour, black still much expensive Please choice " Frustration-Free Packaging" for £73.50 Read More
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1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago
0.8 kg basket capacity

this price is only for white in colour, black still much expensive

Please choice " Frustration-Free Packaging" for £73.50
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#1
Nope. Don't need it. Cheapest available but nope still don't need it.
1 Like #2
Cheapest it's ever been I think the camels said? I'm in!
And they just reduced it by another £1 or so!

Edited By: CloudHeaven on May 15, 2017 05:33
2 Likes #3
lowest it was £49
2 Likes #4
amarone82
lowest it was £49


then i should wait some more time
3 Likes #5
jaffeling
amarone82
lowest it was £49


then i should wait some more time


it was black friday 1.5 years ago
1 Like #6
Bought the black one last summer for about £52 (there was an Amazon promotion on). We use it quite a lot so feel content paying that (was unsure at the time). Would prefer larger capacity but didn't want to pay more at the time.
1 Like #7
Thanks ordered £72.87
#8
I wait low plice betta for me. I no need but like telling the world I no need...ffs.
brilliant find low price by £50. well done for posting, shame the **** have to ruin your hard work. HEAT HEAT HEAT
2 Likes #9
Best gadget we have ever bought bar none. Use this all the time for anything from hand cut chips to samosas to fish fingers to salmon in foil. We paid around £70 so this is a decent price.
2 Likes #10
Thanks OP, ordered. I've got one already and it's used almost daily! Was waiting for price to drop to buy one for my son starting Uni in September :)
1 Like #11
amarone82
lowest it was £49


indeed. I got mine for that price, from tesco
1 Like #12
The price it shows me is £78.47 even after choosing "Frustration-Free Packaging", am i missing something?
1 Like #13
Its gone up in price now.
1 Like #14
The lower price was the "tempt me price" as more are sold.... up the price will go ;)
1 Like #15
amarone82
jaffeling
amarone82
lowest it was £49
then i should wait some more time
it was black friday 1.5 years ago

I've purchased an Tefal actifry Family and have never looked back, due to the larger capacity. I think the Philips is worth it around the £50 mark.
2 Likes #16
crazymonkey
amarone82
jaffeling
amarone82
lowest it was £49
then i should wait some more time
it was black friday 1.5 years ago
I've purchased an Tefal actifry Family and have never looked back, due to the larger capacity. I think the Philips is worth it around the £50 mark.
All the tefal air fryers came top in the WHICH magazine test review with the Phillips one coming in about sixth place or so
3 Likes #17
crazymonkey
I've purchased an Tefal actifry Family and have never looked back, due to the larger capacity.

I had an Actifry, & used it occasionally until it went 'BANG' & expired. Replaced it with the Airfryer, which is in daily use. Much prefer the Philips over the Tefal in terms of versatility, & flavour & texture of cooked food.
4 Likes #18
I find the philips quicker and makes the food crispier compared to Tefal - I got my philips for £49 ages ago and my boyfriend was impressed so he bought a Tefal thinking if he spent more it would be better but he prefers mine :)
2 Likes #19
dooper
crazymonkey
I've purchased an Tefal actifry Family and have never looked back, due to the larger capacity.
I had an Actifry, & used it occasionally until it went 'BANG' & expired. Replaced it with the Airfryer, which is in daily use. Much prefer the Philips over the Tefal in terms of versatility, & flavour & texture of cooked food.

I don't expect more than a years service from the Tefal, just the portion size is not big enough for a family size in the Philips... you know sometimes I like throwing in a fish finger or two at the same time, yes the chips smell a bit fishy :)
1 Like #20
crazymonkey
[I don't expect more than a years service from the Tefal, just the portion size is not big enough for a family size in the Philips... you know sometimes I like throwing in a fish finger or two at the same time, yes the chips smell a bit fishy :)

I've had 2½ years service from the Airfryer so far. Agreed that it's capacity is too small for a family. I can do steak & chips for myself, but any extra veg to complete the meal has to be cooked in a separate device.

Edited By: dooper on May 15, 2017 19:13
1 Like #21
alritegeeza
I wait low plice betta for me. I no need but like telling the world I no need...ffs.
brilliant find low price by £50. well done for posting, shame the **** have to ruin your hard work. HEAT HEAT HEAT


X)
1 Like #22
Getting £83.72
2 Likes #23
dooper
crazymonkey
I've purchased an Tefal actifry Family and have never looked back, due to the larger capacity.

I had an Actifry, & used it occasionally until it went 'BANG' & expired. Replaced it with the Airfryer, which is in daily use. Much prefer the Philips over the Tefal in terms of versatility, & flavour & texture of cooked food.


similar happened with mine. just out of warranty the paddle broke. with this following on from the tefal iron which spat rust out on my clothes I vowed last tefal product! Quality of Philips is far superior.
#24
thanks for all the kindness comments, the price (I just check had gone up to £84.19). I should expiry this thread now.
#25
gdclay
Thanks ordered £72.87

great to know you got this price, I myself have a airfryer and I like it. Hope you would like it too.

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