Breville Halo+ VDF105 Health Fryer £69 w/Code @ Tesco Direct
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Breville Halo+ VDF105 Health Fryer £69 w/Code @ Tesco Direct

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Found 28th Jan
Good price at the mo, use code TDX-GWRJ at checkout - Free C&C of £3 delivered. A few quid cheaper than other offers I've seen recently, so seems good if it's something you're on the lookout for


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Experience the simplicity of versatile cooking with the Breville® Halo+ VDF105 Health Fryer. A healthy alternative to traditional frying, this healthy fryer requires no oil when cooking frozen food and offers various cooking options and styles. The Breville® Halo+ Health Fryer comes in a stylish white and green finish.

Versatile cooker
Prepare a wide variety of tasty and healthy meals with this Breville® fryer. With a rotating-tilt function, you can produce perfect, evenly cooked chips and vegetables. The standard non-tilt setting is ideal for cooking fish and steak. Add flexibility to your cooking repertoire with this easy-to-use, low-fat fryer.

Healthy fryer
Enjoy your favourite foods cooked in this health fryer. The Breville® Halo+ requires only half a tablespoon of oil to cook 1kg of chips and no oil at all for frozen food. This electric fryer uses a combination of fan-assisted convection heating and radiated heating to cook food thoroughly. A reversible roasting rack allows fat and oil to drain off your food to make it healthier.

Smart features
Save time cooking with the Breville® Health Fryer. The halogen element provides instant heat-up, meaning you’ll be cooking your food instantly without compromising on taste and quality. Monitor the progress of your cooking with a 75-minute timer, alerting you upon completion. An illuminated interior allows you to view your food as it cooks. A cool-touch handle is useful for removing the cooking bowl.

The bowl, roasting rack and measuring spoon are all dishwasher-safe for optimal cleaning every time.
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Thanks op I need a new bike helmet
Edited by: "cf15" 28th Jan
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cf151 h, 24 m ago

Thanks op I need a new bike helmet


Did the old one have a chip in it?
Every time I see this, I see the picture and the word 'Halo' and think it's some kind of Master Chief helmet variant
Edited by: "Arutha" 28th Jan
That's not frying, it's grilling ... with style.
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Thanks op I need a new bike helmet
Edited by: "cf15" 28th Jan
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cf151 h, 24 m ago

Thanks op I need a new bike helmet


Did the old one have a chip in it?
I thought it was buzz lightyear...
vouch for this cooker. i got it on amazon for 69 quid a couple weeks ago. Sturdy , well built and does a great job.
Every time I see this, I see the picture and the word 'Halo' and think it's some kind of Master Chief helmet variant
Edited by: "Arutha" 28th Jan
That's not frying, it's grilling ... with style.
Looks good is there anything around like this but without non stick inside
Is there a Air Fryer that is not non-stick coated?
Waldolf26 m ago

That's not frying, it's grilling ... with style.


i think to be exact its oven roasting/baking :P
Syanideuk8 m ago

Is there a Air Fryer that is not non-stick coated?


This has a non stick coated bowl.
Had one of these for a while, great for making making chips and roast potatoes.

Better price than what I paid so heat from me.
Thought it was a motorcycle helmet lol
How does this compare to the Philips air fryer thats been on here for around £60?
How good are the chips with this, taste wise, versus a traditional chip fryer?
Had a halo for some time now this is the second one as the first one the bulb blew and it can't be replaced. We use it a lot not just for chips. Well recommended!
NeoTrix2 h, 44 m ago

Did the old one have a chip in it?


Afraid not, Master Chief nicked my helmet
It does look like a bike helmet, it even has the speed on the front.
Syanideuk28th Jan

Is there a Air Fryer that is not non-stick coated?


the vdf122 is ceramic but will cost £89 with code,hope that helps
Looks like the master chief himself.....
ben.franklin1 h, 51 m ago

How good are the chips with this, taste wise, versus a traditional chip …How good are the chips with this, taste wise, versus a traditional chip fryer?


so far ive made curly fries , potato smilies , chicken nuggets and slimming world chips . All came out golden brown , crispy and not soggy or dripping in fat. Thumbs up.

(note the slimming world chips arent AS crispy due to using fry light and not oil)
Edited by: "Rudedawg" 28th Jan
danant11 h, 48 m ago

Had a halo for some time now this is the second one as the first one the …Had a halo for some time now this is the second one as the first one the bulb blew and it can't be replaced. We use it a lot not just for chips. Well recommended!


So like a halogen then without the ability to cheaply change the bulb. The Philips air fryer has a heating element which is much more long life. I love the styling of this but suspect the Philips air fryer would work for many more years. I've lost count how long I've had my Phillips but would guess 8 years or more.
stec772 h, 11 m ago

How does this compare to the Philips air fryer thats been on here for …How does this compare to the Philips air fryer thats been on here for around £60?


This is miles better.
Rudedawg3 h, 14 m ago

i think to be exact its oven roasting/baking :P This has a non stick …i think to be exact its oven roasting/baking :P This has a non stick coated bowl.


Yeah, but I could not see Woody saying that in the next Toy Story bake off.
Waldolf17 m ago

Yeah, but I could not see Woody saying that in the next Toy Story bake off.


slow on the reference i was
Rudedawg1 h, 19 m ago

so far ive made curly fries , potato smilies , chicken nuggets and …so far ive made curly fries , potato smilies , chicken nuggets and slimming world chips . All came out golden brown , crispy and not soggy or dripping in fat. Thumbs up.(note the slimming world chips arent AS crispy due to using fry light and not oil)


Brilliant, thank you for the answer!
First look: looks like a motorcycle helmet, oh wait....
It's just another useless Kitchen ''gadget'' which will end up spending his miserable life in the dreaded kitchen cabinet where all the other useless ''gadget friends'' are already sitting and taking up space, and waiting waiting waiting to be used... Till they just get thrown out because no1 actually uses them after the first few times...
Edited by: "Tom_Reys" 29th Jan
Its a good price but i purchased the Breville VDF105 from Tesco and we found it pretty good to use yet after only 6 months use the fan died so it wouldn't circulate the heat so we contacted Tesco who arranged a replacement
9 months later on new supplied Breville its bulb went so another one faulty

It would have been used 5-7 times a week and not over filled and was regularly kept clean.. so was looked after and not constantly used.
Anyone replaced a Tefal Actifry with one of these? My Actifry lid lterally melted in to our chips and we didnt notice until my 6 yr old daughter spat out a lump of plastic. I miss the chips though so tempted to try this.
Yeah, you know you've played to much halo when it starts affecting your work.

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Luke, I am your fryer
These game special editions are getting out of hand, Halo - Master Chef edition.
Are these fryers worth having/using as a veggie?
I'd highly recommend these, we have used ours about 5 times a week for 3+ years now, you can cook so much more than just chips/potatoes. It doesn't use a paddle like some others so the food doesn't get mushed up.

Using a single spoonful of oil the chips aren't too bad, it's probably not recommend but by adding a bit extra oil the chips taste much closer to deep fried without spending a fortune on litres of oil.
Had one for 2 months, one of the most used appliances we have. Would recommend.
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