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Wilko Air Fryer - £30.00

£30.00 @ Wilko (Wilkinson)
Great deals on a air fryer, £30...looks very similar to the Philips ones. Now back in stock! - zipper16 Read More
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7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago
Great deals on a air fryer, £30...looks very similar to the Philips ones.

Now back in stock!

- zipper16
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#1
if ot performs anything like the philips then snap it up any reviews online ?????
#2
After a few discussions at work about air fryers over the last couple of years, the people who do the cooking as a bit of a hobby etc. consensus seems to be Tefal followed by Philips and no others. They suggest nobody else gets it right. Not my opinion, never had one, just what was said.

Edited By: BlackCloud on Dec 13, 2016 13:49: typo
1 Like #3
Sold out
#4
BlackCloud
After a few discussions at work about air fryers over the last couple of years, the people who do the cooking as a bit of a hobby etc. consensus seems to be Tefal followed by Philips and no others. They suggest nobody else gets it right. Not my opinion, never had one, just what was said.


tefal if you like your chips & sausages smashed up.
1 Like #5
You can't beat chips deep fried in oil I'm afraid. And yes I have tried the Tefal.
#6
Milki_bar_Kid
You can't beat chips deep fried in oil I'm afraid. And yes I have tried the Tefal.
In Lard :)
#7
Is it in the shops too?
#8
roythomas
Is it in the shops too?

Lard ?
1 Like #9
john-boy
roythomas
Is it in the shops too?
Lard ?

Beef dripping...
#10
out of stock
1 Like #11
Picture looked like a jacket on my phone in low light oO
1 Like #12
BlackCloud
After a few discussions at work about air fryers over the last couple of years, the people who do the cooking as a bit of a hobby etc. consensus seems to be Tefal followed by Philips and no others. They suggest nobody else gets it right. Not my opinion, never had one, just what was said.

We hated the actifry, used to mash stuff up. Now use a lidl one without a paddle and quite happy with it.
#13
back in stock
#14
Just bought one, looks ok will review later
#15
Any reviews on this. How do the chips turn out. Mushy or crisp.
1 Like #16
this is back in stock again. just ordered 1 @ £30 click next collect from my local store so no delivery charge and 4.4% cash back from quidco
#17
Ok I tried this, after 35 mins the freshly cut chips were done. Tasted more like strangely cooked oven chips than fried. Just didn't taste right to be honest. Not sure if all airfryer are the same but if this is the result, very disappointing -:(
#18
you need to parboil them, before you wack them in the air fryer.

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