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Phillips Air Fryer HD9220 - £69.00 @ Tesco Direct

£69.00 @ Tesco Direct
Just received an email notification stating that it is back in stock. Great price; I thought it was a Black Friday exclusive. Just managed to purchase one for only £11, using my club card vouchers.… Read More
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Just received an email notification stating that it is back in stock. Great price; I thought it was a Black Friday exclusive.

Just managed to purchase one for only £11, using my club card vouchers.

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#1
Just picked one up at £69 :)
#2
I couldn't get one on Friday, so I am glad I managed to purchase one today. Thought it would be a good idea to post the deal for those who had difficulty trying to purchase one on Friday.

Edited By: scraggy62 on Nov 30, 2014 08:50
#3
Also in Clubcard Boost... BONUS. Thanks OP
#4
Never used a 'air fryer' whats the main benefits? Cleaning? Less fat? Nicer food?
1 Like #5
You don't need to use oil, but if you choose to, then you only need a small amount. I also hear the air fryer is easy to clean and cooks food more quickly than an oven.
1 Like #6
110 in currys
I picked for 59£ including the 10£ code floating around (new customers)
#7
Large cooking capacity (0.8kg)....Thats not large...no good for a family
#8
Fanimal
Large cooking capacity (0.8kg)....Thats not large...no good for a family

Dont be so greedy then :)
1 Like #9
Ordered one for £59 with code for new customers
TDX-7KPG £10 off for your first shop minimum spend £50
Tkx op

Edited By: donmau on Nov 30, 2014 09:16
#10
good for chips, that's all. it's in the back of the cupboard, the fryer basket is not very big.
#11
I use my actifry loads so if it's anything like that then it's great.
#12
Just ordered for a present, love it when someone asks for something the night before the hot deal crops up. Perfect timing :)
#13
I always wanted to buy a quality chip fryer to replace my old one which takes 3 litre oil so I'm not so sure which one to go for Tefal Actifry, Breville Halogen or this one Phillips Airfryer which one would you recommend and why please reply thanks

Reading the reviews I'm not too sure and the prices are nearly £100 for most of these so thanks to Black Friday these will be near this price but which one shall I buy help please
#14
Dont forget Total cash back Exclusive Offer! Ends Today! 5.25%

£10 off your first shop of £50 on Tesco direct TDX-7KPG
#15
sold out :( at checkout
#16
19DembaBa19 - The Tefal Actify has a larger capacity, but lots of users have reported problems e.g. breakages. I'm not entirely sure what the difference is between this and the halogen oven, but I imagine the cocking technique is different.
1 Like #17
noseley
sold out :( at checkout

just let me checkout....
#18
scraggy62
I imagine the cocking technique is different.

What cocking technique would you recommend? I've always gone for the old "in, out, repeat if necessary" method but I've heard spit roasting is gaining in popularity. :D
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19DembaBa19 - The Tefal Actify has a larger capacity, but lots of users have reported problems e.g. breakages. I'm not entirely sure what the difference is between this and the halogen oven, but I imagine the cocking technique is different.



Hi guys I have a very stupid question if there was a choice of Phillips Airfryer, Breville Halo and Tefal Actifry lets just say for the same price £69 which chip fryer would you buy and give your reasons this question is for everyone looking at this deal thank you very much
#20
Hehe agitatedclimax - I meant that the halogen oven uses a halogen heater whilst the Air Fryer doesn't! I am not quite sure what the Air Fryer uses, but I can't wait to test it out.

19Demba - I am not sure, but the Air Fryer and Actifry use minimal oil or none at all. I imagine the chips taste quite different to those done in a deep fat fryer.
#21
Just ordered for pick up store tomorrow using clubcard boost. thanks
#22
Was going to but then saw how long it takes to cook vs normal deep fry fryer. Also note this is basically a fan oven on your work top..

Different tasting food, different style
#23
I've just bought one with my clubcard vouchers boosted up!!
1 Like #24
finally got one! dont know if i need one or even want one, but i got one! was gonna use my clubcard boost but sacked it off in favour of saving £10 off on a new account!
#25
£49.99 in Sainsburys. loads left in Newcastle under lyme from Friday. only thing nobody seemed to want after all of the TV's had gone. lol
#26
Thanks. Bought.
#27
also, its the white version, not black in sainsburys :)
#28
Tesco is crap!!!! Site not working!!!!!
#29
sainsburys site not working either !!!!!!! OMG
#30
These are absolutely brilliant. You can cook anything in it and and cooks extremely fast
#31
Great deal but as there's 5 adults to feed in this house I'm waiting for the bigger one, heat added though :)
#32
Agreed - I love mine - and if capacity is a problem - oven cooking chips takes 3 times longer so cook 3 lots and they are much healthier and crispier, also cooks lots more than chips - and it's so so quick no waiting for oven to heat up _ great find
#33
ordered thanks
1 Like #34
Yeah, I got mine about a year ago and I use it all the time, it's great. Highly recommend it.
#35
Thank you for sharing, just bought one :)
#36
davieshotspurs
also, its the white version, not black in sainsburys :)

Was that part of the black friday deal? or not? I heard the Russell Hobbs purifry was, but they had sold out at my local Sainsburys
#37
ive got this one its amazing we cook loads of different things in it
#38
Can you put frozen items in? Our 18 yr old lives off frozen food and this would be better than a deep fat fryer..
#39
We've got the larger capacity version and must say it's brilliant. No more soggy oven chips.

A large portion of tesco frozen chips take about 8-10 minutes. All you do is shake the fryer basket once or twice during cooking.

Also working in chicken goujons, fish, onion rings. .. ohh and the healthy stuff too.
#40
Best thing the fryer tray and 'crap catcher tray' are dishwasher safe. All the fat drips to the bottom crap catcher. .. Not on your food

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