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SILVERCREST Hot Air Fryer £49.99 @ Lidl

£49.99 @ LIDL
Not sure how well these compare to the philips etc but half the price... Read More
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Not sure how well these compare to the philips etc but half the price...
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#1
probably 3 or 5 year warranty as well.
1 Like #2
I would try this if I didn't have the Philips, Heat from me
#3
Are these any good? can you do the typical chips and chicken with them? cheers
#4
Frying without faffing - prepare delicious goldenbrown dishes with hot air, without the need for messy oil or fat
Temperature adjustable from (°C): 80 - 200
With a 30 minute timer and automatic shut-off and a non-stick coated and dishwasher safe frying basket and pan
Max. 1650W
Frying basket capacity (L): 2.3
3 year manufacturer's warranty
2 Likes #5
So no oil, hot air....
Does anyone else think this could be a fancy oven?
#6
You have to add a small amount of oil to home made chips, I have a Philips machine version, I use Olive Oil
1 Like #7
Yeah, I know the Philips one is add 1 teaspoon or something. But this doesn't mention any of that at all. So wanted to make sure it's not a 50quid oven.
1 Like #8
kingpsyon
So no oil, hot air....
Does anyone else think this could be a fancy oven?

its in effect a mini convection oven. my microwave / normal oven does the same except half way through you have to 'stir' the chips or whatever is being cooked.

adding oil helps for that 'fried' effect but its not necessary.


Edited By: wendy07 on Jun 04, 2015 15:47
#9
kingpsyon
So no oil, hot air....
Does anyone else think this could be a fancy oven?

That's all this and the Philips one (which I own), a fast fan oven.
#10
These types of fryers are great. I use mine ( different make )all the time and prefer the chips cooked by hot air. They work better than an oven due to the close proximity of the hot air, crimping the outside of the chips better. I love adding a spoon of groundnut oil as I find the taste improves the chips even more and seems to give them a great colour. Highly recommended people try hot air chips
1 Like #11
P.s also cheaper to heat than switching on an oven, preheating it, if all you are putting in there are chips
#12
Does anyone know what date these are in store
#13
mm4143
Does anyone know what date these are in store

Jeudi 11 Juin!
..selling with the cocacola retro stuff
#14
there in Thursday 11th june make sure you get there as early as possible as these kind of items fly out and lidl only get a certain amount of stock in :)
1 Like #15
sampantha
there in Thursday 11th june make sure you get there as early as possible as these kind of items fly out and lidl only get a certain amount of stock in :)

There was plenty of stock in my local Lidl at lunchtime today - didn't seem to be frying off the shelves :D
2 Likes #16
You get the same effect with a small bucket and a hairdryer
#17
jimmybo
sampantha
there in Thursday 11th june make sure you get there as early as possible as these kind of items fly out and lidl only get a certain amount of stock in :)
There was plenty of stock in my local Lidl at lunchtime today - didn't seem to be frying off the shelves :D


thats good jimmybo!
#18
If its anything like the Philips its **** hot
#19
What's the difference between one of these and a halogen oven? Genuine question as I already have a halogen oven gathering dust and not sure about committing to one of these
#20
To confirm, 3 year warranty.
2 Likes #21
Unclegeorge
You get the same effect with a small bucket and a hairdryer

You've reminded me I need to get some Timotei and get stoned tonight.
#22
stuarthanley
What's the difference between one of these and a halogen oven? Genuine question as I already have a halogen oven gathering dust and not sure about committing to one of these


i too have a halogen (in the loft mines is ) just too big never been used who wants it ??
#23
I bought the Phillips air fryer. If this is as good I might by this
In my opinion It's better than an oven. My kids can make their own chips without me worrying about them burning themselves or the house.
Thank op I'll go and have a look
1 Like #24
jimmybo
sampantha
there in Thursday 11th june make sure you get there as early as possible as these kind of items fly out and lidl only get a certain amount of stock in :)

There was plenty of stock in my local Lidl at lunchtime today - didn't seem to be frying off the shelves :D
that's because most people that shop at lidl can't afford £50 for a fryer :]
2 Likes #25
Yep, In the sixties I used to tie a couple of Kate and Sidney pies on to the head of my motorbike with a bungee strap and ride home from the shops, bing. Ready to scoff.
#26
which are the best variety of potatoes in the Phillps air fryer for chips ?
#27
misterboumsong
jimmybo
sampantha
there in Thursday 11th june make sure you get there as early as possible as these kind of items fly out and lidl only get a certain amount of stock in :)
There was plenty of stock in my local Lidl at lunchtime today - didn't seem to be frying off the shelves :D
thats good jimmybo!

Unclegeorge
You get the same effect with a small bucket and a hairdryer

Apart from the melted plastic...
2 Likes #28
stuarthanley
What's the difference between one of these and a halogen oven? Genuine question as I already have a halogen oven gathering dust and not sure about committing to one of these

The halogen ovens use a halogen lamp to heat the food in the oven as well as using hot circulating air. So food tends to cook faster on top (where it "sees" the halogen) than underneath it and means that you tend to need to turn food over like you would under a grill.

The air fryers don't have the direct heat source and rely on circulating hot air at a higher speed. The higher speed helps to spread the oil droplets around the oven too. The "indirect" heating means that food cooks more evenly and you need to turn food less (if at all).

You can cook chips in a halogen oven but it's a bit of a faff - google it to see a lot of demonstrations - mostly from sellers of halogen ovens.
#29
Capacity 2.3L. How much is that in chips? a handful or enough to feed 4 people.
Don't want to buy it and its too small
#30
Unclegeorge
You get the same effect with a small bucket and a hairdryer
made me chuckle!
1 Like #31
Standard Philips air fryer is 2.2L and the XL is 3L.
So i would imagine it would me more of a 2-3 person rather than 'family' fryer.
3 Likes #32
I have the smaller Philips Air Fryer and it's OK.

I've never had any luck making crisp chips from scratch (they always come out soggy), but it works really well for:

- Frozen oven chips (cooks them in half the time vs oven or grill, and really even cooking)
- Baked potato (make sure you cook in the microwave first, and then crisp up the skin in the Air Fryer)
- Bacon (12 minutes for perfect crispy bacon)

There's a mad (in a funny way) Indian guy who shows some brilliant Air Fryer recipes on YouTube.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Djmgqrl_stM&list=PLecDmWZ6vbWTjFPqyBd8w1APtlqLNofXh
#33
I have the Philips one and it looks like identical to this Lidl one apart from a few cosmetics. All the controls are the same and in the same place. Cooks oven chips in 2/3rds of the time of a fan oven without having to be preheated. Does them lovely too, very crisp on the outside. I also have a halogen oven which is just a big fan blowing heat round but that doesn't fry stuff anywhere near as good or quick as the airfryer.

I never add any oil unless using regular home made chips from potatoes and that's just a faff so just buy frozen ones. Good for scampi and party food like spring rolls or samosas too.

Good for when you get in hammered from the pub too. Chips in 15 mins and you don't burn the house down when you fall asleep as it's on a timer.

Edited By: ronmanager on Jun 11, 2015 15:35
#34
helmethead
stuarthanley
What's the difference between one of these and a halogen oven? Genuine question as I already have a halogen oven gathering dust and not sure about committing to one of these
The halogen ovens use a halogen lamp to heat the food in the oven as well as using hot circulating air. So food tends to cook faster on top (where it "sees" the halogen) than underneath it and means that you tend to need to turn food over like you would under a grill.
The air fryers don't have the direct heat source and rely on circulating hot air at a higher speed. The higher speed helps to spread the oil droplets around the oven too. The "indirect" heating means that food cooks more evenly and you need to turn food less (if at all).
You can cook chips in a halogen oven but it's a bit of a faff - google it to see a lot of demonstrations - mostly from sellers of halogen ovens.


I have the andrew james halogen with the air fryer adapter

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Andrew-James-Halogen-Attachment-Suitable/dp/B00GLRVZZK/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1434035947&sr=8-1-fkmr0&keywords=fryer+rack+andrew+james

it works, but this is specifically designed as an air fryer.

When I bought my halogen, air fryers were hundreds of pounds, so this has to be a good deal, especially with the 3 years warranty.

Edited By: moneyforme on Jun 11, 2015 16:25
#35
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justanothercid
probably 3 or 5 year warranty as well.

Just try claiming on their warranty...!!!
Not just a case of taking it back to the shop and saying hey mate this doesn't work can I have a new one.!!!
OH NO its we will take your details and our service agent will be in touch about repairing your item.
Then after 6 months and dozens of phone calls they will offer you a refund " pro data " because they include depreciation.
So after 3 years you might be offered £9.99 if your lucky " I KNOW FROM EXPERIENCE "
That's why I never buy from them anymore..!!!
#36
verysleepy
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justanothercid
probably 3 or 5 year warranty as well.
Just try claiming on their warranty...!!!
Not just a case of taking it back to the shop and saying hey mate this doesn't work can I have a new one.!!!
OH NO its we will take your details and our service agent will be in touch about repairing your item.
Then after 6 months and dozens of phone calls they will offer you a refund " pro data " because they include depreciation.
So after 3 years you might be offered £9.99 if your lucky " I KNOW FROM EXPERIENCE "
That's why I never buy from them anymore..!!!

Is that how Lidl deals with warranty issues now? I haven't had anything electronic from there for years but years ago I did return something after considerable time and got a full refund without too much hassle.

Anyone else comment on how Lidl are with returns / warranty based issues?
#37
mubashar
verysleepy
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justanothercid
probably 3 or 5 year warranty as well.
Just try claiming on their warranty...!!!
Not just a case of taking it back to the shop and saying hey mate this doesn't work can I have a new one.!!!
OH NO its we will take your details and our service agent will be in touch about repairing your item.
Then after 6 months and dozens of phone calls they will offer you a refund " pro data " because they include depreciation.
So after 3 years you might be offered £9.99 if your lucky " I KNOW FROM EXPERIENCE "
That's why I never buy from them anymore..!!!
Is that how Lidl deals with warranty issues now? I haven't had anything electronic from there for years but years ago I did return something after considerable time and got a full refund without too much hassle.
Anyone else comment on how Lidl are with returns / warranty based issues?

Never a problem here. Returned a product with a bit missing, instant refund....
#38
Just bought one and will road test it tomorrow, hope it's good!
#39
bought one earlier and made some chips in them, turned out amazing, very crispy and cooked in a third of the oven time.. will be trying some sweet potato fries in them tomorrow
#40
kingpsyon
So no oil, hot air....
Does anyone else think this could be a fancy oven?

I reviewed a Russell Hobbs one for Amazon Vine and it was shocking. Even the instructions referred to it as a specialised fan oven and that was supposed to be worth £150.

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