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Philips HD9220/20 Healthier Oil Free Airfryer - Black £74.99 at Amazon

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4 Likes #1
wait for black Friday. !
1 Like #2
I think you're just paying for the name - there are lots of other air fryer on Amazon that are only £50 and all have excellent ratings.
2 Likes #3
Bigfootpete
I think you're just paying for the name - there are lots of other air fryer on Amazon that are only £50 and all have excellent ratings.

Such as? I don't see any air fryers for half the price with such good reviews and delivered by Amazon. This fryer has nearly 2,000 reviews...
1 Like #4
I know this doesn't help now but it was £49.99 in Tesco a few months ago, could drop again.Personally still think £74.99 is a good price. I bought one, much prefer it to the actifry because it doesn't bash the chips up! Cook all sorts in it.
1 Like #5
Love the airfryer, it's a good price but i agree with amarone82, i got it last blackfriday for 49.99. Surprised to here that tesco had it for that price, gutted i missed it!
2 Likes #6
I got it last black Friday. and is the hardest working machine in our kitchen. I am cooking many things there. fries, all sorts. mushrooms nuggets, breaded fish. prawns. heating up bakery stuff. small pizzas. everything is getting ready faster than in oven. cos you don't need to wait till reach the right t. there is one minus, that basket is very difficult to clean.
1 Like #7
HayleyW83
I know this doesn't help now but it was £49.99 in Tesco a few months ago, could drop again.Personally still think £74.99 is a good price. I bought one, much prefer it to the actifry because it doesn't bash the chips up! Cook all sorts in it.

Fair enough, it's the lowest price ever on Amazon though, I got one for my self, didn't want to risk losing out on Black Friday.

Cheers.
#8
lordpt
HayleyW83
I know this doesn't help now but it was £49.99 in Tesco a few months ago, could drop again.Personally still think £74.99 is a good price. I bought one, much prefer it to the actifry because it doesn't bash the chips up! Cook all sorts in it.
Fair enough, it's the lowest price ever on Amazon though, I got one for my self, didn't want to risk losing out on Black Friday.
Cheers.

Don't blame you, you can't hold out hoping it drops again.
#9
Best wait we paid £49 towards the end of last year this will probably drop. I have to give it cold
#10
lordpt
HayleyW83
I know this doesn't help now but it was £49.99 in Tesco a few months ago, could drop again.Personally still think £74.99 is a good price. I bought one, much prefer it to the actifry because it doesn't bash the chips up! Cook all sorts in it.
Fair enough, it's the lowest price ever on Amazon though, I got one for my self, didn't want to risk losing out on Black Friday.
Cheers.
No you're wrong we paid £49 on 27 November 2015 from Amazon just checked!


Edited By: Jaybeam on Oct 05, 2016 10:23
2 Likes #11
Hot as I can't find it cheaper anywhere else and don't want to wait months on the off chance it might be reduced again.
#12
According to camelcamelcamel the lowest it's been was in 2014 at £69.00.

I'm assuming it doesn't show the Black Friday/Cyber Monday prices if people got it for £49.00
#13
Yup was £50 around black Friday. We use it quite a lot
#14
lordpt
Bigfootpete
I think you're just paying for the name - there are lots of other air fryer on Amazon that are only £50 and all have excellent ratings.
Such as? I don't see any air fryers for half the price with such good reviews and delivered by Amazon. This fryer has nearly 2,000 reviews...


Just search for air fryer - the Tower one may have only 161 reviews but it still has an excellent rating - or there is the Duronic with 1100+ reviews, although that one is £60
#15
Savo
Hot as I can't find it cheaper anywhere else and don't want to wait months on the off chance it might be reduced again.
Can't wait another month? The point is is this worth 160 degrees of heat for a hot deal- no it isn't - but as a side issue this machine is fantastic, we researched at time of buying and we are so glad we didn't go for another make.


Edited By: Jaybeam on Oct 05, 2016 12:33
1 Like #16
Bigfootpete
lordpt
Bigfootpete
I think you're just paying for the name - there are lots of other air fryer on Amazon that are only £50 and all have excellent ratings.
Such as? I don't see any air fryers for half the price with such good reviews and delivered by Amazon. This fryer has nearly 2,000 reviews...
Just search for air fryer - the Tower one may have only 161 reviews but it still has an excellent rating - or there is the Duronic with 1100+ reviews, although that one is £60

Duronic is not delivered by Amazon
1 Like #17
Jaybeam
lordpt
HayleyW83
I know this doesn't help now but it was £49.99 in Tesco a few months ago, could drop again.Personally still think £74.99 is a good price. I bought one, much prefer it to the actifry because it doesn't bash the chips up! Cook all sorts in it.
Fair enough, it's the lowest price ever on Amazon though, I got one for my self, didn't want to risk losing out on Black Friday.
Cheers.
No you're wrong we paid £49 on 27 November 2015 from Amazon just checked!


According to Camelcamel the lowest price was:

Lowest * £69.00 Dec 04, 2014

That was 2 years ago and still not £50....

p.s. not saying you're wrong just saying that's the information that I have.
3 Likes #18
Jaybeam
Savo
Hot as I can't find it cheaper anywhere else and don't want to wait months on the off chance it might be reduced again.
Can't wait another month? The point is is this worth 160 degrees of heat for a hot deal- no it isn't - but as a side issue this machine is fantastic, we researched at time of buying and we are so glad we didn't go for another make.


You can't guarantee that it will be £50 in one month... and even if it is don't know about stock. We can't evaluate deals just because the price will go down over time... specially assumptions based on Black Friday. It's the cheapest at the moment, very close to the cheapest ever in Amazon (according to CamelCamel) - if you disagree that's fine, but it seems that most people don't.
#19
Don't Air fryers take a Long time to prepare food such as chips..? Does anyone know..?
2 Likes #20
Kahunas
Don't Air fryers take a Long time to prepare food such as chips..? Does anyone know..?

We have this one - (I forget how much I paid - I'd say ~ £75!) - It's fab - cooks frozen chips much quicker than using the oven, plus makes "healthy" proper chips from real potatoes too...
1 Like #22
lordpt
Jaybeam
lordpt
HayleyW83
I know this doesn't help now but it was £49.99 in Tesco a few months ago, could drop again.Personally still think £74.99 is a good price. I bought one, much prefer it to the actifry because it doesn't bash the chips up! Cook all sorts in it.
Fair enough, it's the lowest price ever on Amazon though, I got one for my self, didn't want to risk losing out on Black Friday.
Cheers.
No you're wrong we paid £49 on 27 November 2015 from Amazon just checked!


According to Camelcamel the lowest price was:

Lowest * £69.00 Dec 04, 2014

That was 2 years ago and still not £50....

p.s. not saying you're wrong just saying that's the information that I have.


​Black Friday deals on Amazon don't register on camelcamelcamel, don't know why, they just don't!! I've noticed the same anomaly for other purchases I've made through Amazon in the past..
2 Likes #23
Kahunas
Don't Air fryers take a Long time to prepare food such as chips..? Does anyone know..?


​No... It's the opposite, they don't take ages to get up-to temperature like an oven does and they're focused cooking all around the product, bottom tops and sides (at least the Philips Airfryer is). We've had ours for about two years now and use it most days... The oven is redundant apart from for bigger items that don't fit in the airfryer.... My advice? Buy one you won't regret it....
#24
I need one
1 Like #25
I have the digital version of this and I wouldn't be without it now. Everything from chicken to fish in breadcrumbs is perfectly cooked.... In around half the normal time.
#26
I paid £50 for mine, and I'm probably one of the few people that don't rate it. it doesn't really do anything that a fan oven doesn't, and takes up quite a lot of space. yes it cooks quickly but for chips you have to take them out and shake them every 5 minutes or it just burns the top ones.
#27
lordpt
Jaybeam
lordpt
HayleyW83
I know this doesn't help now but it was £49.99 in Tesco a few months ago, could drop again.Personally still think £74.99 is a good price. I bought one, much prefer it to the actifry because it doesn't bash the chips up! Cook all sorts in it.
Fair enough, it's the lowest price ever on Amazon though, I got one for my self, didn't want to risk losing out on Black Friday.
Cheers.
No you're wrong we paid £49 on 27 November 2015 from Amazon just checked!
According to Camelcamel the lowest price was:
Lowest * £69.00 Dec 04, 2014
That was 2 years ago and still not £50....
p.s. not saying you're wrong just saying that's the information that I have.
If you search for this fryer on this site you will find its been cheaper in the last few months so even if not on Black Friday this is still not a good deal now 258 degrees can't believe who's voting
#28
plagued
I paid £50 for mine, and I'm probably one of the few people that don't rate it. it doesn't really do anything that a fan oven doesn't, and takes up quite a lot of space. yes it cooks quickly but for chips you have to take them out and shake them every 5 minutes or it just burns the top ones.

LOL If it takes 15 mins to make chips then that's 2 shakes

We love ours, sadly it works too well with unhealthy stuff like cocktail sausages etc. Even the cheap tesco frozen party sausage rolls taste great :-) Pack of 50 for £1 and the machine cooks 25 at a time. I'm now the fattest I've ever been.
#29
Jaybeam
lordpt
Jaybeam
lordpt
HayleyW83
I know this doesn't help now but it was £49.99 in Tesco a few months ago, could drop again.Personally still think £74.99 is a good price. I bought one, much prefer it to the actifry because it doesn't bash the chips up! Cook all sorts in it.
Fair enough, it's the lowest price ever on Amazon though, I got one for my self, didn't want to risk losing out on Black Friday.
Cheers.
No you're wrong we paid £49 on 27 November 2015 from Amazon just checked!
According to Camelcamel the lowest price was:
Lowest * £69.00 Dec 04, 2014
That was 2 years ago and still not £50....
p.s. not saying you're wrong just saying that's the information that I have.
If you search for this fryer on this site you will find its been cheaper in the last few months so even if not on Black Friday this is still not a good deal now 258 degrees can't believe who's voting

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/deal-ended-philips-hd9220-20-healthier-free-airfryer-black-66-99-amazon-2481081
#30
Noisy and pointless contraption.
#31
lordpt
Jaybeam
lordpt
HayleyW83
I know this doesn't help now but it was £49.99 in Tesco a few months ago, could drop again.Personally still think £74.99 is a good price. I bought one, much prefer it to the actifry because it doesn't bash the chips up! Cook all sorts in it.
Fair enough, it's the lowest price ever on Amazon though, I got one for my self, didn't want to risk losing out on Black Friday.
Cheers.
No you're wrong we paid £49 on 27 November 2015 from Amazon just checked!

According to Camelcamel the lowest price was:

Lowest * £69.00 Dec 04, 2014

That was 2 years ago and still not £50....

p.s. not saying you're wrong just saying that's the information that I have.

I put that info in post 12 X)
#32
On that other thread I've linked to someone has made jacket potatoes in them,has anyone tried making them,how do you do them?
1 Like #33
deb8z
On that other thread I've linked to someone has made jacket potatoes in them,has anyone tried making them,how do you do them?


​Depending on the size of it you microwave the potato first (after puncturing the potato) on full power (4-7 mins), then you whack the air fryer on full power and bung it in there.... A minimum 10 mins in my experience is good, but anything up to 30 mins makes it more crispy/brown....
Don't forget to turn the potato halfway through it's airfryer "experience"!!
#34
I also bought mine from tesco for £49.99 at christmas. I agree with the previous comment - they are massive for what they do, you can't get much in them - maybe enough for two portions of chips and you could do the same thing in the oven. Good idea, just maybe better for people who have a rubbish oven at home and someone that likes gadgets
2 Likes #35
Anyone got any tips on how to clean the basket? The base is fine, hot soapy water takes off the grease, but that basket is one stubborn S.O.A.B
#36
Like everyone else... I got my for £50 on Black Friday.
This model was also £50 in currys at one point too.
I highly rate it, I eat a lot of chicken and this is a much quick way to cook it when I'm in a rush on my lunch break.
Also great for sweet potato fries/chips.

I'd wait for Black Friday again, this will be £50 again and the new model <£80 I would imagine.
#37
buy last year on black friday for 49,99 very good price!
#38
lordpt
HayleyW83
I know this doesn't help now but it was £49.99 in Tesco a few months ago, could drop again.Personally still think £74.99 is a good price. I bought one, much prefer it to the actifry because it doesn't bash the chips up! Cook all sorts in it.

Fair enough, it's the lowest price ever on Amazon though, I got one for my self, didn't want to risk losing out on Black Friday.

Cheers.


​Its not the lowest price ever on amazon. As with many others i got this for 49.99 on black friday.
#39
its showing £95 for me - am i missing something
#40
rob200375
its showing £95 for me - am i missing something


​the discount

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