Breville VDF122 Halo+ Duraceramic Health Fryer, 1.2 kg @ Amazon - £69.99
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Breville VDF122 Halo+ Duraceramic Health Fryer, 1.2 kg @ Amazon - £69.99

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Found 28th Dec 2017
  • Uses only half a tablespoon of oil to cook 1Kg of chips - uses fresh oil every time - with no oil required for frozen food
  • Unique tilt function and rotating bowl continuously turn ingredients for even browning
  • Unique natural DuraCeramic coating for superior results compared to a standard non-stick coating:
  • Fry, bake, saute, roast and grill a wide variety of foods; even desserts!
  • Includes roasting rack, measuring spoon, cooking guide and recipes
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Good price for this model. I paid more than that in Costco on an instant saving. I use it every day. Even took it to my parents on Christmas Day which is just as well because they only have a single oven and it cooked the stuffing balls and pigs in blankets etc to perfection
What do chips taste like from one of these? They can't be as good as 'proper' chips... can they???
Naith1 h, 7 m ago

What do chips taste like from one of these? They can't be as good as …What do chips taste like from one of these? They can't be as good as 'proper' chips... can they???


obviously depends on what you consider 'proper' but I've used many air fryers and would have to say this one isn't very good at cooking chips. The tips of the chips cook well but the rest of the chip seems soggy and undercooked. If you do a youtube search you will see what I mean. Due to this I only really use it for vegetables
Ninjazz5 h, 2 m ago

obviously depends on what you consider 'proper' but I've used many air …obviously depends on what you consider 'proper' but I've used many air fryers and would have to say this one isn't very good at cooking chips. The tips of the chips cook well but the rest of the chip seems soggy and undercooked. If you do a youtube search you will see what I mean. Due to this I only really use it for vegetables


Thanks. I'll do a bit more investigating!
We use this for chips/roasts all the time and they come out great - we season before cooking and use a few sprays of frylite directly onto the potatoes rather than the spoon if that is any use?
This ok for a family of 4? X
Fab price for this , I have the green one ,I use it a lot , roasted parsnips and red onions with a tiny bit of oil and honey , sooooo much better than oven baked
Thanks op heat added x
It's not great. We had the green one and it just made a mess of most food items. Also be wary of frylight. It takes the non stick off pans and creates a weird goo on airfryers. We use the actifry xl here and really rate it. Just remove the paddle for coated/ delicate items.
have an old actifry family model that is falling apart (quite literally) but still works. Decisions decisions, although think ours may be 1.5kg on the actifry
so is this good or not then? reviews seen to say yes
tinkerbellarella7 h, 10 m ago

It's not great. We had the green one and it just made a mess of most food …It's not great. We had the green one and it just made a mess of most food items. Also be wary of frylight. It takes the non stick off pans and creates a weird goo on airfryers. We use the actifry xl here and really rate it. Just remove the paddle for coated/ delicate items.


Thanks for the heads up. I’ve just bought a bottle of Frylight to use with my new air fryer. I’m scared now.
Loubou1 h, 55 m ago

Thanks for the heads up. I’ve just bought a bottle of Frylight to use with …Thanks for the heads up. I’ve just bought a bottle of Frylight to use with my new air fryer. I’m scared now.


Urban legend at fat club said that tefal will invalidate your warranty if you use frylight in the actifry. I say urban legend as I can't say it's 100% true. I'm happy to be told different though. But I've used frylight in the past and it has totalled 3 actifry units, and taken the non stick off my pans too. There is the weirdest film you get from using it. It's a bugger to remove too.
tinkerbellarella18 m ago

Urban legend at fat club said that tefal will invalidate your warranty if … Urban legend at fat club said that tefal will invalidate your warranty if you use frylight in the actifry. I say urban legend as I can't say it's 100% true. I'm happy to be told different though. But I've used frylight in the past and it has totalled 3 actifry units, and taken the non stick off my pans too. There is the weirdest film you get from using it. It's a bugger to remove too.


If it does that to air fryers and pans, imagine what it does to your insides!
I know! It can't be a good thing.
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