Breville Halo VDF105 Low Fat Health Fryer - White & Green now £77 w/code @ Tesco Direct
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Breville Halo VDF105 Low Fat Health Fryer - White & Green now £77 w/code @ Tesco Direct

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Found 30th May 2017
Use code TDX-KYMX at checkout which will knock it down to £77 delivered

4.7/5 stars out of 240 reviews + 77 CC points


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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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Bought one a few weeks back from Argos to replace a broken Philips airfryer...took it back last week as not a patch on the Philips air fryer.
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Bought one of these for £35 when Homebase were having a national clearance last year.

Honestly, it's not worth more than that. It's a halogen oven which spins and because there's a pillar in the middle of the bowl you can't even cook anything large and flat (like a pizza).

Pick up a cheap halogen oven instead.
I had the old Philips one with a basket. That one broke. This rotating bowl design seems totally different. Will it cook as well as the Philips design?
Edited by: "FrugalFergal" 30th May 2017
FrugalFergal

I had the old Philips one with a basket. That one broke. This rotating … I had the old Philips one with a basket. That one broke. This rotating bowl design seems totally different. Will it cook as well as the Philips design?



Doesn't cook fast like the Philips airfryer does, as slow as putting stuff in the oven
Rubisco



Nice.

​Can't wait 'til the Breville 'Destiny' comes out.
Had one of these for about 8 months now, I love it makes great chips and roasties, if you don't mind sacrificing a small amount of the pizza for the needed hole in the middle, it does them fine too...
still got mine from when amazon accidentally sold it for £40. Lovely piece of kit we use it for everything, chicken, fish, mushrooms and every now and again chips
Worth every penny. We got one when our actifry went bust. Never looked back.
always use mine
Uridium

Bought one a few weeks back from Argos to replace a broken Philips … Bought one a few weeks back from Argos to replace a broken Philips airfryer...took it back last week as not a patch on the Philips air fryer.



​really? I've got the philips big one. had a 6 months now. I find best way to rotate chips is halfway through empty it on a plate and full back up. this one apparently rotates so no need for what I do. So always wonder if I'd got this one.
I used to have the original one. Reason for the halo 2 is that the first one had problems with the rotating arm.
xmikebx

Had one of these for about 8 months now, I love it makes great chips … Had one of these for about 8 months now, I love it makes great chips and roasties, if you don't mind sacrificing a small amount of the pizza for the needed hole in the middle, it does them fine too...



​What the Furk? You cut a hole in your pizzas because your oven has a central pillar?! X)

My LG microwave has hologen and convection, does perfect pizzas and best of all I don't have to cut a big hole in the middle of them either.
Roger_Irrelevant

What the Furk? You cut a hole in your pizzas because your oven has a … What the Furk? You cut a hole in your pizzas because your oven has a central pillar?! X)

It's not an oven it's an health fryer but...even Domino's have done it

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My LG microwave has hologen and convection, does perfect pizzas and best … My LG microwave has hologen and convection, does perfect pizzas and best of all I don't have to cut a big hole in the middle of them either.



Thanks for mentioning the brand of your microwave, how is that relevant? (_;)
If I bought this and put in in our kitchen, my wife would stab me to death with a spatula!

I've never sen anything so ugly!
adgloride

I used to have the original one. Reason for the halo 2 is that the first … I used to have the original one. Reason for the halo 2 is that the first one had problems with the rotating arm.



can confirm the arm is rubbish​
This or visicook halogen oven£35 at costco?
one2omg

If I bought this and put in in our kitchen, my wife would stab me to … If I bought this and put in in our kitchen, my wife would stab me to death with a spatula! I've never sen anything so ugly!



Haha!
good frier. pizza wise, we just pre slice ours - does the job.

really good piece of kit.
Good price. Just bought one delivered to my local tesco. Thanks
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