Breville Halo VDF065 Health Fryer £79 @ Tesco Direct
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Breville Halo VDF065 Health Fryer £79 @ Tesco Direct

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Found 22nd Sep 2013
Breville Halo VDF065 Health Fryer £79

Free collect in store or £3 for home delivery.


EDIT: sorry peeps, turns out it isn't eligible for Clubcard Boost....my bad! Still the cheapest I've found though.

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Oh **** I spent my points two weeks ago

Any Tesco direct voucher codes at the moment?

How does this compare to the ActiFry?

These are brilliant
One of the best kitchen appliances we have ever purchased
Heat added and great price

does anyone have one of these - how many chips does it cook at one time ?

it only cooks 1kg of chips at a time......the family actifry cooks 1.5kg (standard actifry 1kg too but i got rid of mine for the large one as wasn't enough for the whole family)

Same price in currys

Flipping heck why can't they do one of these with the teflon crap.

The arm that's meant to turn the chips etc round actually mashes everything up, leaving you with a pile of bits. We tried loosening the spring loaded arm, oiling it, everything, but it still did it. Now, we just leave the arm of and move the food around every 5-10 mins.
It does make pretty good cakes though.

Overall, for chips/roast potatoes etc an Actifryis far superior, but these are cheaper.

MrsH

it only cooks 1kg of chips at a time......the family actifry cooks 1.5kg … it only cooks 1kg of chips at a time......the family actifry cooks 1.5kg (standard actifry 1kg too but i got rid of mine for the large one as wasn't enough for the whole family)



thanks - no good for us then (family of five !!! )

robs

thanks - no good for us then (family of five !!! )



You need the other thread, 1000 condoms for £79.00.....

We do enough chips to feed 4 of us and most the time we still have some left over
They dont take long to do anyway
Depends if your a big chip eater tbh

fatgit

The arm that's meant to turn the chips etc round actually mashes … The arm that's meant to turn the chips etc round actually mashes everything up, leaving you with a pile of bits. We tried loosening the spring loaded arm, oiling it, everything, but it still did it. Now, we just leave the arm of and move the food around every 5-10 mins.It does make pretty good cakes though.Overall, for chips/roast potatoes etc an Actifryis far superior, but these are cheaper.



Very true we use the same method.

We have one too. I gave up on the arm after about 2 attempts. Its not hard to stir the chips every 5 - 10 mins. Fantastic tasting chips (I prefer using white potato's) I just need to perfect sweet potato chips now!!
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