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tefal actifry - £103.99 @ Dixons

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8y, 5m agoFound 8 years, 5 months ago
This revolutionary new fryer by Tefal allows you to cook enough chips to feed a family of four with just one spoonful of oil and only 3% fat! Buy now at this one-off low price.

* Oil capacity - 1 spoon
* Food capacity - 1kg
* Power output - 1400watts
* Transparent lid - For checking food
* Patented technology - For even cooking
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#1
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[helper]#2
With the cost of cooking oil rocketing I shudder to thing what it must cost to fill a conventional deep fay fryer. Think one of these will definitely pay in the long run and healthier too.
#3
LJM
With the cost of cooking oil rocketing I shudder to thing what it must cost to fill a conventional deep fay fryer. Think one of these will definitely pay in the long run and healthier too.


absolutely.
#4
so do these work and can you cook anything else other than chips.
I'd like to do my own battered fish
#5
Don't think it will handle battered fish as this requires full submersion in the oil. The actifry seems to work in a similar way to a fan oven by dispersing the oil as a spray while it rotates the food item.
Fish and other delicate things will break apart.
#6
I'm not sure about this. It's an awful lot of money to pay to fry some chips. I'll abstain from voting on this one.
#7
samani;2280019
Don't think it will handle battered fish as this requires full submersion in the oil. The actifry seems to work in a similar way to a fan oven by dispersing the oil as a spray while it rotates the food item.
Fish and other delicate things will break apart.

lot of money to pay for a chip fryer.
[helper]#8
I have just googled Tefal Actifry and it says you can cook other things in this- meat, fish, stirfrys etc.
#9
It's £104 and it fries chips?? Think I'll wait for the Chinese to copy it and charge a sensible price!

You'd need your noggin examined at this price.
#10
pot_belly

You'd need your noggin examined at this price.
You should check out the RRP !
#11
Whatever the RRP is, for £100 this is a good buy. I got mine from Costco a while ago and it is very good. Lovely flavoured chips but healthier than any other way I can find to cook them. Hell, I use extra virgin olive oil so I figure the chips are btter for me than baking them, as I get the oil too ;-)

A nice piece of kit and you can put other things in with the chips. Chicken nuggets and chips, all with a bit of Cajun spice is lovely!
#12
I know its expensive but most new products are tbh :roll: anyhow its cheap for an Actifry, Costco also do them at similar price ;-)
I own one myself and the chips are more healthy than oven chips yet they taste alot better and taste more like deep fried chips than rubbish oven chips imo.
Also in answer to Battered fish cooking if its pre-battered box type you might be ok but if plan on dipping fish in batter and putting it in the Actifry it wont work.
#13
Had this....its gr8 if ur lazy. However your supposed to observe it while it cooks. It takes too long and can't handle a lot. Although it is healthy and does cook well. I think you can cook better meals with less effort.
#14
My neighbour got quite seriously burned last night from a chip-pan fire and caused considerable damage to his kicthen. This seems rather expensive, but it's better than losing all the skin on your face if you get an open-pan fire.
#15
Have you seen the price of chippy chips?. £1.50 a portion so this is only 67 portions. :thumbsup:

Have you herd about the washing machine that uses a cup of water?. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1025043/Spin-dry-The-washing-machine-needs-just-cup-water.html
#16
I think these are great i use mine loads.If you are not sure ideal world have this on a 4 day deal at the moment.It's more money but you can see it working if you want to see a demo before you buy from dixons.
#17
This sounded good - until I saw that it's coated with TEFLON....urgh!
#18
[SIZE="3"]same item at same price from same retailer received a rough ride two weeks ago.[/SIZE]
#19
got one myself does grt chips and curries and chinese for chips less than a teaspoon of oil
#20
Flipd
[SIZE="3"]same item at same price from same retailer received a rough ride two weeks ago.[/SIZE]


at that time it was £99.99 at amazon, now its £119.99 there.
#21
kavakava;2281225
This sounded good - until I saw that it's coated with TEFLON....urgh!


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#22
mattress
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I think they mean this... (nicked from Wikipedia)

The United States Environmental Protection Agency's scientific advisory board found in 2005 that perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), a chemical compound used to make Teflon, is a "likely carcinogen." This finding was part of a draft report that has yet to be made final. DuPont settled for $300 million in a 2004 lawsuit filed by residents near its manufacturing plant in Ohio and West Virginia based on groundwater pollution from this chemical. Currently this chemical is not regulated by the EPA.

In January 2006, DuPont, the only company that manufactures PFOA in the US, agreed to eliminate releases of the chemical from its manufacturing plants by 2015, but did not commit to completely phasing out its use of the chemical. This agreement is said to apply to not only PTFE used in cookware but also other products such as food packaging, clothing, and carpeting. DuPont also stated that it cannot produce PTFE without the use of the chemical PFOA, although it is looking for a substitute.

PFOA is used only during the manufacture of the product—only a trace amount of PFOA remains after the curing process. DuPont maintains that there should be no measurable amount of PFOA on a finished pan, provided that it has been properly cured.
#23
Currently got these on QVC for £139!!!! Overpriced they are, but in fairness i'll vote this hot.
#24
Just buy decent oven chips. The tesco finest frozen ones are really nice.
#25
mercurystar999
Just buy decent oven chips. The tesco finest frozen ones are really nice.


It does more than chips. Switch onto QVC:thumbsup:

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