3 litre stainless steel Professional Deep Fryer £14.98 @ Currys -Free Delivery to Store
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3 litre stainless steel Professional Deep Fryer £14.98 @ Currys -Free Delivery to Store

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Edited by:"janey00"Found 7th Oct

The stainless steel Logik L30PFS12 Professional Deep Fryer produces crispy perfect results every time.

Cool capacity

With the ability to hold up to 3 litres of oil, the Logik L30PFS12 Professional Deep Fryer can accommodate up to 1 kg of food at any one time.

The adjustable thermostat allows you to control the temperature, to ensure your food is cooked at the speed you want it to be.

Easy to handle

The Logik L30PFS12 Professional Deep Fryer has a side handle to make it easy to use, and a removable basket with a detachable handle with a mechanical timer.

The oil container is removable, to enable you to change oil and clean the L30PFS12 Professional Deep Fryer easily. The removable parts are dishwasher safe, which makes it even simpler to keep the fryer in pristine condition.

Professional in more than just name, the Logik L30PFS12 Professional Deep Fryer is a fantastic bit of kit that makes catering a pleasure.

Top comments

What makes this professional?
27 Comments

What makes this professional?

The look

I recently upgraded from this to air fryer and only thing I regret is why too late, the quality is actually better in air fryer and house doesn't stink for hours after using

michaeloswell21 h, 10 m ago

What makes this professional?

Having the word 'professional' in the title

does it not have filter on lid

Free delivery to home address within 5 working days

iibdii14 h, 6 m ago

I recently upgraded from this to air fryer and only thing I regret is why …I recently upgraded from this to air fryer and only thing I regret is why too late, the quality is actually better in air fryer and house doesn't stink for hours after using

Which air fryer?

I don't think I want to eat at a restaurant that uses this fryer

200 Watts?

The better more professional fryers will hold more oil and a more powerful element. When potatoes are plunged into the oil the temperature also plunges, the more oil the less the temperature drops, the bigger the element the quicker it heats up again.

Fry at 160 until chips float and then take them out and increase to 180 an re-fry for a couple of minutes to crisp them up. This will certainly manage a portion, maybe two, but for a family of four it's a bit of a stretch.

Also use an extension lead and fry outside to avoid the smell and condensation !

Problem with these is the smell, smell of 1990s and not been able to afford food, havin a bag of potatoes in the pantry, yeh its a stereotype cause I grew up like this and now dont own one 😝 would do for chicken though. But chips are far better in the oven

Plus the fact that chemicals released by frying potatoes causes women brains to shrink - strangely has no effect on mens brains.

Dont believe me?? The research paper is out there, I can even remember a link to the story on the BBC website a couple of years back.

Women in Lancashire eat the largest amount of fried potato products in Europe, and have the smallest brains by weight apparently.

Gentle_Giant53 m ago

Plus the fact that chemicals released by frying potatoes causes women …Plus the fact that chemicals released by frying potatoes causes women brains to shrink - strangely has no effect on mens brains.Dont believe me?? The research paper is out there, I can even remember a link to the story on the BBC website a couple of years back.Women in Lancashire eat the largest amount of fried potato products in Europe, and have the smallest brains by weight apparently.

Good info thanks for sharing

Gentle_Giant1 h, 40 m ago

Plus the fact that chemicals released by frying potatoes causes women …Plus the fact that chemicals released by frying potatoes causes women brains to shrink - strangely has no effect on mens brains.Dont believe me?? The research paper is out there, I can even remember a link to the story on the BBC website a couple of years back.Women in Lancashire eat the largest amount of fried potato products in Europe, and have the smallest brains by weight apparently.

I didn't know this.

Time to give that Lancastrian bird the heave-ho
Edited by: "Gollywood" 9th Oct

Gentle_Giant2 h, 16 m ago

Plus the fact that chemicals released by frying potatoes causes women …Plus the fact that chemicals released by frying potatoes causes women brains to shrink - strangely has no effect on mens brains.Dont believe me?? The research paper is out there, I can even remember a link to the story on the BBC website a couple of years back.Women in Lancashire eat the largest amount of fried potato products in Europe, and have the smallest brains by weight apparently.


Add gravy and she'll let you do anything too

Haven't used a deep fat fryer in years....always a p.i.t.a to clean....don't miss it at all,there's some really good oven chips out there these days lol.

no good for me. I dont get paid to cook.
So rules me out being a professional.

jonmarz8911 h, 4 m ago

does it not have filter on lid

Because it’s for professionals

iibdii8th Oct

I recently upgraded from this to air fryer and only thing I regret is why …I recently upgraded from this to air fryer and only thing I regret is why too late, the quality is actually better in air fryer and house doesn't stink for hours after using


Thats because you are not frying, they are an oven not a fryer, if you have a cooker in your house with an oven you have just been conned into buying another oven to do your chips...well done!

I bought this a month ago after a friend's family taste tested oven chips done in the oven and in a fryer. They were right. Fryer chips are vastly tastier.

The sides get hot is the main downside. BUT for crying out loud, it's a £15 fryer!

It does us fine as we have good extractor fan over the hob. I suspect I may buy an expensive one with a filter lid when Black whateverday comes around if one is on offer at a sensible price

BattleBeast13 h, 22 m ago

Haven't used a deep fat fryer in years....always a p.i.t.a to …Haven't used a deep fat fryer in years....always a p.i.t.a to clean....don't miss it at all,there's some really good oven chips out there these days lol.



The secret to cleaning them is caustic soda Crystals, long rubber gloves and eye protection ! The strong Alkali turns the fat into soap. Leave it to soak and it more or less cleans itself.

michaeloswell7th Oct

What makes this professional?

I eat chips like a professional eater of chips

Don't forget to go out for exercise.

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Thoughtful6 h, 9 m ago

The secret to cleaning them is caustic soda Crystals, long rubber gloves …The secret to cleaning them is caustic soda Crystals, long rubber gloves and eye protection ! The strong Alkali turns the fat into soap. Leave it to soak and it more or less cleans itself.


interesting! I actually avoid using mine because its such a pain to clean... what do I do with these caustic soda crystals? pour a bunch in with hot water and leave it??

zrahim51 m ago

interesting! I actually avoid using mine because its such a pain to …interesting! I actually avoid using mine because its such a pain to clean... what do I do with these caustic soda crystals? pour a bunch in with hot water and leave it??



Pour in cold water first but make sure the electrical bits are not wet. Then pour in the caustic crystals slowly, as they are exothermic you really need to do it this way around or it can boil & spit. The water then becomes warm with the chemical reaction anyway and you can just leave it.

Obviously its highly alkali so you need to be careful with it.

akajay071 h, 28 m ago

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Mine are kids love them
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