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Tefal ActiFry Low Fat Electric Fryer £108.99 at bestbuy (poss 15% cashback)

£108.99 @ BestBuy
£108.99 delivered at BestBuy but they are currently giving 15.15% topcashback making it £92.47 delivered Read More
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#1
These things are getting cheaper and cheaper, they will be giving them away soon.
#2
Noj
These things are getting cheaper and cheaper, they will be giving them away soon.


Really fancy one of these! (better than smelly deep fat fryers) How much have they been dropping by recently so as to guage if its worth hanging on??
#3
tallpostie
Noj
These things are getting cheaper and cheaper, they will be giving them away soon.
Really fancy one of these! (better than smelly deep fat fryers) How much have they been dropping by recently so as to guage if its worth hanging on??

They have been this sort of price 1 and 2 yrs ago ...... search for actifry on here and you will see all the old deals.....showing they have been up and down in price over the past couple of years

If you have one of those shopping outlet places near you id check if they have a Tefal factory store in them as the one near me, Livingston Designer Outlet, was selling them for <£100 a couple of weeks ago - no messing around with cashback

Edited By: jase.2 on Nov 21, 2010 16:21
#4
Be warned. These tend to literally combust after a year of use. Get the black one!
#5
RokkaMan
Be warned. These tend to literally combust after a year of use. Get the black one!

too right , ive had 2 blow up after 12 months of use , id advise buying the replacement insurance
banned#6
You can't include cashback in the price. Reported.
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Voltro
You can't include cashback in the price. Reported.

There is something vile about a poster who is so smug when they announce with glee that they have reported another member. Pathetic.
banned#8
diabeticguy
Voltro
You can't include cashback in the price. Reported.

There is something vile about a poster who is so smug when they announce with glee that they have reported another member. Pathetic.


Do you feel you have to inform everyone that you're diabetic?

Edited By: Voltro on Nov 21, 2010 17:18
#9
Voltro
diabeticguy
Voltro
You can't include cashback in the price. Reported.

There is something vile about a poster who is so smug when they announce with glee that they have reported another member. Pathetic.


Do you feel you have to inform everyone that you're diabetic?


Yes I do because of the risk of hypoglyceamia
#10
jase.2
tallpostie
Noj
These things are getting cheaper and cheaper, they will be giving them away soon.
Really fancy one of these! (better than smelly deep fat fryers) How much have they been dropping by recently so as to guage if its worth hanging on??


They have been this sort of price 1 and 2 yrs ago ...... search for actifry on here and you will see all the old deals.....showing they have been up and down in price over the past couple of years

If you have one of those shopping outlet places near you id check if they have a Tefal factory store in them as the one near me, Livingston Designer Outlet, was selling them for <£100 a couple of weeks ago - no messing around with cashback


Many thanks for replying. Great help.
#11
Best cooking appliance we have EVER purchased! Cooks chips with a treacle of oil and they taste gorgeous :) Can also cook spring rolls, curry and more.
#12
What's up with the pissing contests. Everybody needs to relax a bit. I want this to be around £80 before I consider taking the plunge and after all the stories would probably not buy this without replacement cover either thus driving up the overall cost. Having seen these for a few weeks now I can't really see any major fluctuations in price whatsoever and though the (older?) models had their problems they still remain popular so I'm not sure whether holding out will do any good.
#13
just bought one from argos for £127 with £20 vouchers back, very impressed with it.
#14
Think i'll save my money and continue to spray my fries with oil and oven bake. much cheaper lol
#15
OT...does quidco cashback work on ipads?
#16
Cold from me.I have heard of these going on fire.
#18
Voltro
diabeticguy
Voltro
You can't include cashback in the price. Reported.
There is something vile about a poster who is so smug when they announce with glee that they have reported another member. Pathetic.
Do you feel you have to inform everyone that you're diabetic?

****
#19
A halogen oven will do the same job (and much more) for less that a third of the price, - example here -

[url=]http://www.coopersofstortford.co.uk/src/GBASE/coopers-of-stortford-halogen-oven-prodst07719i/[/url]
#20
Be very wary of buying one of these, I nearly bought one from amazon until i read lots of negative reviews from them going bang with loads of smoke..



Edited By: marko2807 on Nov 21, 2010 20:38
#21
ive had two of these, my friends have them and so do my parents,never had any probs with them and they make great food... not just chips :)
#22
These things are quite big, and fairly noisy.. I know a couple of people with them and there not impressed.
#23
The newer model is usually around £100 at Costco and you can take it back for a no quibble refund if you decide you don't like it. We did just that. The chips take 40 mins to cook and you don't get many of them. Can't imagine it being much use for a family of more than 3-4. It's big and noisy and we couldn't see much potential for cooking other foods despite the optimistic recipe book. The chips were nice but we never managed to achieve the promised crispness.
#24
justbrowsing
The newer model is usually around £100 at Costco and you can take it back for a no quibble refund if you decide you don't like it. We did just that. The chips take 40 mins to cook and you don't get many of them. Can't imagine it being much use for a family of more than 3-4. It's big and noisy and we couldn't see much potential for cooking other foods despite the optimistic recipe book. The chips were nice but we never managed to achieve the promised crispness.


Cut them fine and make sure that they are absolutely dry before cooking, then they will crisp up. It helps if you don't overload the receptacle. It only takes up to 1kg of food and obviously the less full the better for overall crispening. Oven chips do much better and frankly are less of a faff.
Costco is a wholesaler, so if your fryer goes bang after the guarantee runs out, as mine did, then you can forget the Sale of Goods Act because it does not apply to wholesalers. You are left with trying to wrangle a deal out of Tefal. Good luck with that.
#25
Seems to be the same price on Amazon
#26
Got one of these from Amazon for £100. Lasted 15 months before going out with a bang and a puff of smoke. Amazon were good enough to take it back after 15 months after a bit of persuasion (_;). Great chips whilst it lasted but too small for family use and takes a while. Probably wouldn't spend £100 on one again, maybe up to £60.
#27
spraint
justbrowsing
The newer model is usually around £100 at Costco and you can take it back for a no quibble refund if you decide you don't like it. We did just that. The chips take 40 mins to cook and you don't get many of them. Can't imagine it being much use for a family of more than 3-4. It's big and noisy and we couldn't see much potential for cooking other foods despite the optimistic recipe book. The chips were nice but we never managed to achieve the promised crispness.


Cut them fine and make sure that they are absolutely dry before cooking, then they will crisp up. It helps if you don't overload the receptacle. It only takes up to 1kg of food and obviously the less full the better for overall crispening. Oven chips do much better and frankly are less of a faff.
Costco is a wholesaler, so if your fryer goes bang after the guarantee runs out, as mine did, then you can forget the Sale of Goods Act because it does not apply to wholesalers. You are left with trying to wrangle a deal out of Tefal. Good luck with that.


For as long as you are a member you can take anything back to Costco for a full refund regardless of how long you've had it or the reason why. Guarantees don't come into it. I stood next to a woman returning a book she claimed she bought a year ago. They looked on their computer and pointed out that she bought it 4 years ago and in future could she please return goods a bit earlier - but they gave her a refund!! Also a woman who brought back an empty wine bottle claiming it was awful - she too got a refund.

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