Actifry 1.2kg fryer £103.55 delivered with code at Currys
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Actifry 1.2kg fryer £103.55 delivered with code at Currys

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Found 18th Oct 2012
Been waiting for a good deal on one of these.

Is the middle sized one (not the 1kg std, or the 1.5 fat family size)

use code CUR5 to get to this price (5% discount)

Poss 2.5% quidco also

never been below £117 on Amazon according to camelcamelcamel and much more now.
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Voted hot as search didn't reveal any cheaper. Not sure why people have voted cold. Have been told this is the Rolls Royce of fryers, so although I don't need this, it could well help somebody. Thanks Op
voted hot great price for a brilliant fryer should of waited!!
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Cold as bad for your heart, your bum & your life expectancy
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squillion

Cold as bad for your heart, your bum & your life expectancy



you can it without any fat. please refrain from voting if ignorant

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How can you run a fat fryer without fat?

Sorry if I am voting, ignorant
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Checked it out and it needs fat, big time
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squillion

How can you run a fat fryer without fat?Sorry if I am voting, ignorant



It is not a deep fat fryer it is an actifry. click the link and read the feedback (average 9 out of 10) from over 1700 people - they can all be wrong (or fat...LOL)

Also not just for chips, does curries etc....

Tefal Actifry Plus Deep Fryer! Just 1 spoon of any type of oil; olive, rapeseed, sunflower - your choice, and the Actifry will cook enough chips to feed a family of four - with only 3% fat! This fryer really does bring the best of both worlds, providing healthy food that doesn't compromise on taste.
Edited by: "mike_c" 18th Oct 2012
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It does seem to need a lot of fat to work.

And I bet the people who buy these are typically obese.

They eat too much fatty food and do not take enough exercise.
squillion

It does seem to need a lot of fat to work.And I bet the people who buy … It does seem to need a lot of fat to work.And I bet the people who buy these are typically obese.They eat too much fatty food and do not take enough exercise.



It uses very little fat, but can be operated without fat at all.

And why would someone who is obese buy something that is healthier for them?
brillant i have the family one and have cooked alot of different foods in it and not needing oil for these
Come on ,come on ,read what it says 3% fat,wouldn't be surprised if chip chop ones are 10 times that plus you can use a healthier oil.Mind have'nt tried the chips from these so might still be better going to chipy?
Just ordered this - my folks have one, is very good, but doesn't feed a family of 4
squillion

It does seem to need a lot of fat to work.And I bet the people who buy … It does seem to need a lot of fat to work.And I bet the people who buy these are typically obese.They eat too much fatty food and do not take enough exercise.



You said you ahve read it but read what as if you had read properly and knew about these machines you'd know they only use 1 tsp of oil
Voted hot. Gutted though as I want it in black
Hot!
Vastly overrated. Worst chips ever. Srs.
Dont forget, buy a £100 Currys giftcard from Morissons to buy it & get 10p off a litre of petrol
"Sorry! That promotional code is not valid."
Another fad to go with the breadmaker, foreman, doughnut maker etc etc under the sink and never to be seen again
I have owned a actifryer previously first a internal fuse went in little over a year and then a year after that it burnt out so i found it very unreliable for its price, I liked it and found the chips better than oven chips and it only needed one spoon of oil so not much really..
£99 on amazon - but better deal if you're going to use the £10 off voucher.
Grantos1

Just ordered this - my folks have one, is very good, but doesn't feed a … Just ordered this - my folks have one, is very good, but doesn't feed a family of 4

i have a 1kg model,enough chips for my family of 5!
Isn't this the older model Actifry+?

The current range is the 1kg and the 1.5kg family models I believe.

Great price though, we've had one about 6 months great chips in about 40 mins from scratch or cooks oven chips better than the oven.
Also does really good sausages.
This is a good deal but amazon are still doing it for £99.99 as posted yesterday
How much does it cost to run - dont really understand electricity costs
squillion

How can you run a fat fryer without fat?Sorry if I am voting, ignorant


squillion

Checked it out and it needs fat, big time


squillion

It does seem to need a lot of fat to work.And I bet the people who buy … It does seem to need a lot of fat to work.And I bet the people who buy these are typically obese.They eat too much fatty food and do not take enough exercise.



Fail. Fail. Fail.

No fat needed, and can cook vegetables with a healthy amount of oil, which would actually be very healthy. You seem to have confused the words 'fat' and 'oil', and are also wrong in assuming both are always bad.
Also do they taste like oven chips?

Would like someone who owns it to say exactly what its like. Too many make out 'healthy=tasty' when thats not always the case
squillion

It does seem to need a lot of fat to work.And I bet the people who buy … It does seem to need a lot of fat to work.And I bet the people who buy these are typically obese.They eat too much fatty food and do not take enough exercise.



.....Duhhhhh!!!
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SiBur

This is a good deal but amazon are still doing it for £99.99 as posted … This is a good deal but amazon are still doing it for £99.99 as posted yesterday



Amazon is for the small version (1kg) this is the 1.2kg version
interesting this seems to be a healthy way to get fried food. Quite interested, added to xmas wishlist for making my vindaloo
squillion

How can you run a fat fryer without fat?Sorry if I am voting, ignorant

squillion

Checked it out and it needs fat, big time

squillion

It does seem to need a lot of fat to work.And I bet the people who buy … It does seem to need a lot of fat to work.And I bet the people who buy these are typically obese.They eat too much fatty food and do not take enough exercise.



fully agree with you assassin. this guy seems to think any amount of oil or fat is bad for you. he seems to think anyone buying one of these is absolutely huge, and will fill it with lard. the guys just an ignoramus, with nothing interesting to say, so he's resorting to taking some sort of false moral high ground to get noticed. Bore off Squllion.
pity it would make a mess of a mars bar or pizza. Och ay the noo!
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Yeah, jog on squillion
Can someone confirm if this is the latest model, there seems to be a question over if this is an inferior model compared to the 1KG version being sold at amazon for £99.99

....Oh and STFU about oil and healthy eating. Please.
Same price at Argos anyway since code doesn't work anymore. £109.99 and the Argos one is BLACK for anyone paranoid out there and 1.2KG.

Reserved mine there, since I get 10% off all argos purchases that's probs best place to go....
To all those asking what the difference is, the 1.2Kg version is exactly the same size as the 1Kg version, but it has a modified lip on the pan to stop food escaping which allows it to be filled a little more.

So yes, this is the updated version.
Bizarrely, when you click on the link, Currys has pictures of both models...

1Kg
http://brain.pan.e-merchant.com/9/6/10016169/l_10016169.jpg

1.2Kg (note modified pan)
http://brain.pan.e-merchant.com/9/6/10016169/l_10016169_005.jpg
Rubisco

To all those asking what the difference is, the 1.2Kg version is exactly … To all those asking what the difference is, the 1.2Kg version is exactly the same size as the 1Kg version, but it has a modified lip on the pan to stop food escaping which allows it to be filled a little more.So yes, this is the updated version.


Oh that's good! so it's even better than the one for £99 on amazon. Just got my one from curry's today
Edited by: "yas212" 25th Oct 2012
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