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Philips HD9220/20 Airfryer Healthier Oil Free Fryer, Black £69.00 @ Amazon

£69.00 @ Amazon
Keeping an eye on this and it keeps going down to £69. Seems like a good price, especially with prime delivery :) Read More
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Keeping an eye on this and it keeps going down to £69. Seems like a good price, especially with prime delivery :)
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Got mine free by walking into Tesco, picking it up off the shelf, and walking out! :p (Just to be sure, I'm actually joking)

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#1
best one out there
1 Like #2
another deal posted for same price at John Lewis with a 2 yr guarantee
#3
John Lewis are mugs.

Much prefer amazon.
#4
Picked up one for £58 from Tesco 2 days back. This included my £10 new customer discount :)
#5
Sod it, ordered one for this price while its in stock. £58 would have been better as above but hey ho.. :D
2 Likes #6
Got it with Flubit for £60.07 8)
#7
£62 at 430 am black friday in tesco
#8
better spend money on this than on cholesterol lowering medications...
#9
Waiting for flubit
#10
Got mine for £25 :D
#11
Apogee00
Got mine for £25 :D
got mine for £5 with cc points
5 Likes #12
Got mine free by walking into Tesco, picking it up off the shelf, and walking out! :p (Just to be sure, I'm actually joking)
#13
Don't forget quidco 4% cashback like I did.
#14
Are these any good?
#15
How does the Delonghi one compare?
#16
dnc316
Are these any good?
We have had one for a few months and worth every penny (and we paid full price) We cook chips, roast potatoes, cakes and chicken in it. So easy and the BEST chips ever.
#17
Had mine for a year now and it is one of my best buys. Food cooked in it tastes great and it does get used regularly as opposed to some of our other kitchen appliances. Also yes the Philips one is the best . Monster in law has the Tefal Actifry which takes up far too much worktop space and is no where as good as this one. Go for it!!!
#18
Used mine for first time tonight, chips tasted great but I think I cut them a bit too chunky. Very impressed for my first attempt!
#19
I have put in some flubit demands we will see what they do for me :P
#20
Flubit gave me £61.94
#21
Love my Airfryer, bought it when they first came out but had a Christmas sale for around £89.

Excellent results with chips but do be prepared to experiment with different brands (if you buy them ready made), and also different temperatures. I tend to cook most things with the Airfryer set to 160c these days - seems to give the best cooking results without too much browning.

Oh, it's a bit off topic. but if anyone finds a frozen garlic mushroom that comes out nicely in an Airfryer please let me know. Fresh ones (from supermarket chillers) generally come out fine but I've had no luck with frozen ones. I'll probably end up making my own in the future but I'm pretty lazy - best thing about the Airfryer is that it's fast and I'm impatient :D
#22
tom_g
Flubit gave me £61.94

I'd rather pay that bit extra for Amazons CS
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Switzerland
Had mine for a year now and it is one of my best buys. Food cooked in it tastes great and it does get used regularly as opposed to some of our other kitchen appliances. Also yes the Philips one is the best . Monster in law has the Tefal Actifry which takes up far too much worktop space and is no where as good as this one. Go for it!!!

You are married to a monster? That sounds epic, does your monster eat all of the food from your Actifry leaving you with none?
#24
Apogee00
tom_g
Flubit gave me £61.94

I'd rather pay that bit extra for
Amazons CS


I thought Flubit also bought from Amazon? Right?
#25
Apogee00
Used mine for first time tonight, chips tasted great but I think I cut them a bit too chunky. Very impressed for my first attempt!

Try Aldi's Maris Piper Chunky Oven Chips on 200 for 15 minutes (shaking half-way)....there'll be no going back!!
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mollymooster
another deal posted for same price at John Lewis with a 2 yr guarantee

Comes with a 2 yr manufacturer's guarantee....No difference where you buy from.
#27
solomongrundy
mollymooster
another deal posted for same price at John Lewis with a 2 yr guarantee


Comes with a 2 yr manufacturer's guarantee....No difference where you buy from.


Was gonna ask this but thanks would rather buy from amazon.
#28
yusszn
Apogee00
tom_g
Flubit gave me £61.94

I'd rather pay that bit extra for
Amazons CS

I thought Flubit also bought from Amazon? Right?

They buy from wherever they can find cheapest (bulk) and if anything goes wrong your beef is with flubit
#29
solomongrundy
Apogee00
Used mine for first time tonight, chips tasted great but I think I cut them a bit too chunky. Very impressed for my first attempt!

Try Aldi's Maris Piper Chunky Oven Chips on 200 for 15 minutes (shaking half-way)....there'll be no going back!!

Will give em a go, thanks!
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Switzerland
Had mine for a year now and it is one of my best buys. Food cooked in it tastes great and it does get used regularly as opposed to some of our other kitchen appliances. Also yes the Philips one is the best . Monster in law has the Tefal Actifry which takes up far too much worktop space and is no where as good as this one. Go for it!!!

http://playandbuy.co.uk/store/images/tefal-actifry-black.jpg
http://www.halloween-mask.com/brpac/monster_in_law_bpi40220_7ih.jpg

Edited By: Freddie Mercury on Dec 02, 2014 22:25
#31
Ordered one from tesco still need to collect it. Was looking around for more recipes on you tube. Google oxy fryer recipes /air fryer on video to get more veg and non veg cooking. Might be really nice to cook chicken to get a nice crispy skin.
#32
ja686
John Lewis are mugs.

Much prefer amazon.
You prefer some one who does not treat their employees well and does not pay their taxes?
#33
We have this. Not impressed. everything is just dry in it
#34
Apogee00
yusszn
Apogee00
tom_g
Flubit gave me £61.94

I'd rather pay that bit extra for
Amazons CS

I thought Flubit also bought from Amazon? Right?

They buy from wherever they can find cheapest (bulk) and if anything goes wrong your beef is with flubit

They stock around 80% of the items customers demand, under the name of Fireworks Merchant Limited.

Edited By: bargainBooze on Dec 03, 2014 03:33: edit
#35
meistic
Apogee00
Got mine for £25 :D
got mine for £5 with cc points
do it come with divider and basket mould or not? Mine not.
2 Likes #36
mumofthree1982
meistic
Apogee00
Got mine for £25 :D
got mine for £5 with cc points
do it come with divider and basket mould or not? Mine not.

Your grammar is terrible.
#37
Can you use lard in these machines?
#38
Thanks for this, just ordered one :)
#39
Got one on flubit for £61.50 - thanks!
#40
flubit offered £60.14, now I shall decide if I want one

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