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Philips Viva Collection Airfryer for £69.00 @ Tesco Direct

£69.00 @ Tesco Direct
I've been on the lookout for a price drop on this for a white. A great little fryer. Available in white or black Read More
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I've been on the lookout for a price drop on this for a white. A great little fryer.

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#1
people who actually have this: is it good for potato wedges, steak cut chips and fish fingers / samosas
1 Like #2
dragonline77
people who actually have this: is it good for potato wedges, steak cut chips and fish fingers / samosas

It's good for all of those things - no oil needed. Chips come out crispy and fluffy in the middle.
#3
I think I'll bite then, tired of having to wait ages to eat oil soggy chips
2 Likes #4
dragonline77
people who actually have this: is it good for potato wedges, steak cut chips and fish fingers / samosas


I have this and it's one of my favourite gadget. Everything cooks quick and prefect and healthy.
#5
dragonline77
people who actually have this: is it good for potato wedges, steak cut chips and fish fingers / samosas
Like others have said it cooks all of those things perfectly. I paid £50 in January.
#6
Haven't seen the white version this cheap before. Ordered, thanks.
#7
dragonline77
people who actually have this: is it good for potato wedges, steak cut chips and fish fingers / samosas


Yes this is great for all mentioned
#8
good find op, heat added
#9
does it leave a smell in kitchen? you know like the chip pan smell?
#10
robyncunningham83
does it leave a smell in kitchen? you know like the chip pan smell?


Just about to ask the same thing...
#11
dragonline77
people who actually have this: is it good for potato wedges, steak cut chips and fish fingers / samosas
Yes. Also good for heating up mince pies!!!
1 Like #12
robyncunningham83
does it leave a smell in kitchen? you know like the chip pan smell?
We can smell the fries but it's more like oven fries smell than chip pan smell
2 Likes #13
robyncunningham83
does it leave a smell in kitchen? you know like the chip pan smell?

It doesn't leave a greasy smell in the kitchen like a chip pan does. You can smell things cooking from the airfryer but it's no different from cooking anything else in an oven. It's a much cleaner way of frying.
#14
how easy is it to clean?
2 Likes #15
kg808
how easy is it to clean?

Very easy. The basket and bottom tray are removable and can be placed in dishwasher or hand washed.
#16
Wee_Lady
robyncunningham83
does it leave a smell in kitchen? you know like the chip pan smell?
It doesn't leave a greasy smell in the kitchen like a chip pan does. You can smell things cooking from the airfryer but it's no different from cooking anything else in an oven. It's a much cleaner way of frying.

I don't think it's a very nice smell,it is quite greasy I think,I light candles to get rid of the smell X)
1 Like #17
deb8z
Wee_Lady
robyncunningham83
does it leave a smell in kitchen? you know like the chip pan smell?
It doesn't leave a greasy smell in the kitchen like a chip pan does. You can smell things cooking from the airfryer but it's no different from cooking anything else in an oven. It's a much cleaner way of frying.
I don't think it's a very nice smell,it is quite greasy I think,I light candles to get rid of the smell X)

I clean mine after each use to prevent grease build up and it doesn't smell
1 Like #18
Wee_Lady
deb8z
Wee_Lady
robyncunningham83
does it leave a smell in kitchen? you know like the chip pan smell?
It doesn't leave a greasy smell in the kitchen like a chip pan does. You can smell things cooking from the airfryer but it's no different from cooking anything else in an oven. It's a much cleaner way of frying.
I don't think it's a very nice smell,it is quite greasy I think,I light candles to get rid of the smell X)
I clean mine after each use to prevent grease build up and it doesn't smell

I clean mine every time too and we only use it for chips,never tried anything else in it.

I'm really funny about cooking smells so other people probably don't notice these things but I do.

I hope you're not inferring I don't clean mine X)
#19
deb8z
I hope you're not inferring I don't clean mine X)

No, not at all! :) I've just never noticed any bad smells coming from the airfryer. Not like with a chip pan anyway.
#20
In my top five together with LED lights, touch lamps and dehumidifiers. however, they can be a pain to clean.
#21
Are these noisy? Can you hear them through the door?
1 Like #22
Waiting for these to drop in the Black Friday shenanigans, but good price for now
#23
same price in amazon, sold out at tesco
#24
thewolf8u
Are these noisy? Can you hear them through the door?

Are you joking? or is that a serious question :|
1 Like #25
You should add a bit of oil as that keeps food from drying out.
It does smaller portions quicker.
I use it for
quickly heating up doritos
Homemade potatoe and sweet potatoe chips (I do coat them in a little oil).
Oven hash browns. Come out quicker and crispier than a normal oven.
Cheese on toast. only big enough to do one slice at a time though.
#26
deb8z
thewolf8u
Are these noisy? Can you hear them through the door?

Are you joking? or is that a serious question :|



Serious question, just watched a YouTube video about these and it sounds like a hoover
#27
deb8z
thewolf8u
Are these noisy? Can you hear them through the door?
Are you joking? or is that a serious question :|

To be honest this is a reason we did not have a kitchen living room conversion
Half the time you cant hear the tv over the kettle/ dishwasher/ washing machine / tumble dryer/ food mixer etc.

The answer is if the door is shut you most probably wont hear it or it will be very low.
I would say it was quieter than most hair dryers as the noise is enclosed more in the unit.

Edited By: simonbrowne on Nov 04, 2016 09:27
1 Like #28
thewolf8u
deb8z
thewolf8u
Are these noisy? Can you hear them through the door?
Are you joking? or is that a serious question :|
Serious question, just watched a YouTube video about these and it sounds like a hoover

It is quite loud but I doubt it would be loud enough to bother anyone through a closed door.
2 Likes #30
not sure how this compares but it's £10 cheaper

https://www.aldi.co.uk/low-fat-air-fryer/p/073226069391300
#32
White is back in stock :)
#33
Will only work with chips that come in a packet - as for home made chips - forget it .....
1 Like #34
simonbrowne
You should add a bit of oil as that keeps food from drying out.
It does smaller portions quicker.
I use it for
quickly heating up doritos
Homemade potatoe and sweet potatoe chips (I do coat them in a little oil).
Oven hash browns. Come out quicker and crispier than a normal oven.
Cheese on toast. only big enough to do one slice at a time though.


You don't need oil if you are using store bought frozen chips as they were already pre-cooked in oil.You only need oil when using fresh home cut potatoes. I do my chips on 160 and end result is always fluffy .
1 Like #35
dmm1000
Will only work with chips that come in a packet - as for home made chips - forget it .....

I've cooked homemade chips in the airfryer. You need to soak the potatoes for a while first and coat them in oil but the end result is fine.
#36
bargain1girl
simonbrowne
You should add a bit of oil as that keeps food from drying out.
It does smaller portions quicker.
I use it for
quickly heating up doritos
Homemade potatoe and sweet potatoe chips (I do coat them in a little oil).
Oven hash browns. Come out quicker and crispier than a normal oven.
Cheese on toast. only big enough to do one slice at a time though.
You don't need oil if you are using store bought frozen chips as they were already pre-cooked in oil.You only need oil when using fresh home cut potatoes. I do my chips on 160 and end result is always fluffy .
Sorry I meant my own chips.
Although I do find boiling them for a short time gets rid of the starch, and then rolling in a little oil gives a softer but crunchier chip.

I do not recommend for burgers/food that dip oil as the oil blows off the item and hits the element and gets very smokey.

Edited By: simonbrowne on Nov 04, 2016 12:26
2 Likes #37
dmm1000
Will only work with chips that come in a packet - as for home made chips - forget it .....
I usually cut a sweet potato into wedges, toss the wedges in some olive oil, then toss them with some paprika and herbs then air fry. Lovely :p
#38
will try that ;)
1 Like #39
thewolf8u
Are these noisy? Can you hear them through the door?
How thick is your door?
How good is your hearing?
#40
oos

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