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Philips HD9220 Viva Air fryer with Rapid Air Technology WAS £149.99 now £69.99 @ Argos

£69.99 @ Argos
Great tasting fries with up to 80% less fat! * This Philips Viva AirFryer allows you to cook all of your favourite meals, but in a more healthy way. Thanks to the Rapid Air Technology and the patented… Read More
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Great tasting fries with up to 80% less fat! * This Philips Viva AirFryer allows you to cook all of your favourite meals, but in a more healthy way. Thanks to the Rapid Air Technology and the patented starfish design, hot air is circulated quickly throughout the entire cooking capacity to ensure food is crispy on the outside and tender on the inside - perfect delicious results. * Compared to fresh fries prepared in a conventional Philips fryer.
0.8kg food capacity.
Variable temperature to 200°C.
Mechanical timer.
Removable bowl.
Safety cut out.
Size H384, W315, D287cm.
1425 watts.
Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
EAN: 8710103523840.
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1 Like #1
Good price but frequently on sale at sub £70

Edited By: jona77 on Dec 28, 2016 13:23
4 Likes #2
If you ever spent £150 on this, you shouldn't be allowed out on your own. £70-£80 normal price.
#3
got one of these a couple of black Friday sales ago for about £45 and think it's fantastic. this price is about the max I would have gone.
1 Like #4
Same price at Tesco too
3 Likes #5
Gets used mostly every day at ours :)
#6
Does this rotate the food too? Or Do I have to do that myself?

Can I cook frozen chips in this too?

Edited By: crazymonkey on Dec 28, 2016 18:37
#7
crazymonkey
Does this rotate the food too? Or Do I have to do that myself?

Can I cook frozen chips in this too?


No rotation, but frozen chips are absolutely fine. For some items, I wrap them in tinfoil so that they cook more evenly.
One thing I have splashed out on, is the additional tray that comes with the more expensive model. It effectively allows stacking of food so that you can get more in there as it is quite small. That is my only real gripe about it. The larger unit though is considerably more expensive and the rack isn't cheap.
As others have commented, I wouldn't pay more than the price quoted here and certainly not £150! :-)
1 Like #8
i paid £49 from Amazon over a year ago and the newer model has been £70 in the past.
This shouldn't really be more than £50, especially as its now old stock.
1 Like #9
Same price as amazon. Standard price so cold
2 Likes #10
adamck
i paid £49 from Amazon over a year ago and the newer model has been £70 in the past.
This shouldn't really be more than £50, especially as its now old stock.



Cobblers really, its a great machine and has very, very rarely, if ever been near £50
#11
i purchased a air fryer online price at 39.99 delivered - just as good

http://www.toyourhome.co.uk/small-appliances/airfryer/digital-air-fryer-cream.html
#12
#13
vtservices

£38.99 sorry
1 Like #14
jumpingjack
adamck
i paid £49 from Amazon over a year ago and the newer model has been £70 in the past.
This shouldn't really be more than £50, especially as its now old stock.
Cobblers really, its a great machine and has very, very rarely, if ever been near £50

That was 27th Nov 2015.
Just in case you needed proof!

https://i.imgur.com/7UN3y6Q.jpg
#17
Got one today, I love it. Extremely easy to use and won't make a mess everywhere like my old deep fat fryer, worth every penny.
#18
can you fry vegetables in these ?
#19
Tefal Actifry or this?
#20
P.S. Opt in to Quidco £10 cashback on a £50 spend at Argos for that bit more of a saving ;)
#21
Obsessed with mine. Definitely worth every penny
#22
I used mine to roast chestnuts, was a bad idea. Let's leave it at that.
#23
I had the old model Phillips air fryer and it served me well, but recently switched to the morphs Richards health fryer which is currently £69 in currys or £67 in my local Morrisons (Yiewsley), I would say it's equal to the Phillips in terms of cooking, but comes with more accessories (cake tin & fry tray as well as the standard tray) and has a great display and interface. http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/household-appliances/small-kitchen-appliances/small-cooking-appliances/fryers/morphy-richards-480002-health-fryer-black-10149015-pdt.html

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