Air fryer - £34.99 @ B&M
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Air fryer - £34.99 @ B&M

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Found 15th Mar
Great deal on an air fryer, large capacity 17lt enough to fit a large chicken and trimmings. Had 2 halos in the past this is much better as can fit more in
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That's a halogen oven not an air fryer
An air fryer is an oven.

You've probably already got one.

Stop messing around, there's no room in the cupboard next to the toastie maker, the nutribullet, and the bread machine anyway.
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An air fryer is an oven.

You've probably already got one.

Stop messing around, there's no room in the cupboard next to the toastie maker, the nutribullet, and the bread machine anyway.
That's a halogen oven not an air fryer
Decent quality.
Seen in my local (Newtownabbey), have some heat...
johnthehuman1 h, 12 m ago

An air fryer is an oven. You've probably already got one. Stop messing …An air fryer is an oven. You've probably already got one. Stop messing around, there's no room in the cupboard next to the toastie maker, the nutribullet, and the bread machine anyway.


I have no oven..no space so this is perfect
This is not an air fryer, it is a halogen oven and I have one....it does a perfectly good job but in reality, I would prefer an air fryer. Great price though.
Great little gadget, bought one and have used it often. You can however buy this cheaper at robert dyas, its a different make but exact same cooker!

cheaper here
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johnthehuman2 h, 25 m ago

An air fryer is an oven. You've probably already got one. Stop messing …An air fryer is an oven. You've probably already got one. Stop messing around, there's no room in the cupboard next to the toastie maker, the nutribullet, and the bread machine anyway.


You forgot the spiralizer in its packaging.
I paid £29.99 after Christmas for an identical looking oven from Robert Dyas. As an aside, it cooks most things as good or even better than a conventional oven and I am currently saving around £1.50 to £1.80 per week in energy costs by using it it daily.
An air fryer is much more efficient than firing up an oven. We have the Phillips air fryer and its the one kitchen gadget we actually use quite often.
Gollywood4 h, 48 m ago

That's a halogen oven not an air fryer


Hair Dryer maybe!

Fab price for size @t_del keep them coming!
BMR2 h, 51 m ago

Great little gadget, bought one and have used it often. You can however …Great little gadget, bought one and have used it often. You can however buy this cheaper at robert dyas, its a different make but exact same cooker!cheaper here


AND you will get good CS from Robert Dyas, and (as I found) even better CS from the manufacturer, not that I've any experience with B&M.
Actual item in action, please excuse how healthy the presenter looks whilst using this, its all the KFC he has air fried in it!

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Tunner1 h, 34 m ago

I paid £29.99 after Christmas for an identical looking oven from Robert …I paid £29.99 after Christmas for an identical looking oven from Robert Dyas. As an aside, it cooks most things as good or even better than a conventional oven and I am currently saving around £1.50 to £1.80 per week in energy costs by using it it daily.


Because (for example) it doesn't need to heat up, so you often find an item will be cooked in a Holgen B4 the conventional oven has pre heated
bitcoin522 m ago

Actual item in action, please excuse how healthy the presenter looks …Actual item in action, please excuse how healthy the presenter looks whilst using this, its all the KFC he has air fried in it! [Video]


This is the exact same model (with extender) that the MANUFACTURER sent me, to replace the one bought for me (as a Christmas Present) 2 years ago from Robert Dyas. RD couldn't do anything as I couldn't prove purchase, but this didn't stop the manufacturer...the TIMER switch (plastic) broke off, so the manufacturer sent me a returns label...and 2 weeks later, a BRAND NEW oven.
Have an air fryer, cooks food beautifully
Has anyone tried cooking oven chips in these?
BMR5 h, 41 m ago

Great little gadget, bought one and have used it often. You can however …Great little gadget, bought one and have used it often. You can however buy this cheaper at robert dyas, its a different make but exact same cooker!cheaper here


that one is smaller,12 litres,b and m is 17 litres!!
Tunner5 h, 33 m ago

I paid £29.99 after Christmas for an identical looking oven from Robert …I paid £29.99 after Christmas for an identical looking oven from Robert Dyas. As an aside, it cooks most things as good or even better than a conventional oven and I am currently saving around £1.50 to £1.80 per week in energy costs by using it it daily.


I bought the same type as the Robert Dyas from Wilkos (branded as Daewoo) late last year but the bulb went after only a few weeks and they are NOT replaceable .
I took it apart and still couldnt see how to disconnect and reconnect without possibly soldering so I would strongly advise not getting this model or similar. I returned and got a refund at Wilkos and paid a few quid extra and got an Andrew James brand online which has replaceable bulbs and came with a second spare bulb,
ADDYA10 h, 34 m ago

that one is smaller,12 litres,b and m is 17 litres!!



Nope, 12L + 5L extender = 17L
ADDYA10 h, 34 m ago

that one is smaller,12 litres,b and m is 17 litres!!

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Neostar11 h, 59 m ago

Has anyone tried cooking oven chips in these?


Yes and they are brilliant. You won't regret buying one of these I don't use my oven anymore and they are so easy to clean. I bought an Andrew James one about four years ago. It came with a spare bulb and an extension ring (that I've never used) at the time it was the same price as this. I've changed bulb once in four years and it is used at least every other day. Brilliant for anything you would do in the oven and grilling too.
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Neostar12 h, 17 m ago

Has anyone tried cooking oven chips in these?


Yes, but as we are a family of 6 we had to use both levels and it's a hassle rotating the levels. Either leave the top to burn and still have raw potato on the bottom or it takes twice as long as our oven if you do rotate them. Our air fryer was much better. This does crisp things up better, heat up quicker and is great for smaller portions though. Also saves on the lighting bill when cooking!
These work brilliantly but they usually don't last longer than a year.
Always this price , not even digital model
This same fryer, the daewoo one, is available at tofs/original factory shop for £29.00. I bought it yesterday at OFShop.
I got the Giles & Posner 17 litre halogen oven a while back, I find it's very annoying to cook root vegetables they are under cook all the time, the only way to cook them properly is to parboil them which is very annoying

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