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Posted 15 July 2023

George Home Compact Air Fryer 1.5 Litre 900w 2 Year Warranty - Free C&C

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Product description
Whether you’re looking to cook crispy chips or roast chicken portions, this compact air fryer from George Home can do it all. The 1.5L capacity means you can comfortably cook 1-2 portions, while the 30 minute timer with auto shut off means you can leave it to it while you get on with other tasks. One of the most impressive features of this fryer is that no oil is needed, while cleaning is made easy thanks to the dishwasher safe drip tray and basket.

• Black
• 1.5L capacity
• Non-stick food basket and drop tray
• Dishwasher safe basket and drip tray
• Weight: 2.9kg
• 900W
• H 31.5cm x W 27cm x D 27cm
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  1. deleted1949126's avatar
    Tiny size, struggle to do chicken for 1 person in it
    TECHSPEC's avatar
    Think your chickens actually cat.
  2. freddyfender's avatar
    i have this...great for the money

    usual 'too small' comments for a 'COMPACT' air fryer

    depends how you want to use it.......judging by some of the size of people these days some could do with cutting down on their portions
    deleted1949126's avatar
    Very cheeky... But seriously, I have a 4L Daewoo one and it is better to have a little space left over for air circulation, than have a tiny thing like this crammed so the fan can't do its work
  3. AdelRawas's avatar
  4. caron's avatar
    We have this size and I got one for each of my student kids - very low watts so saves a lot of electricity for single people or when cooking for a child or teenagers who are forever cooking chips or supper. If your cutting food budget great for avoiding takeaways. (edited)
  5. freddyfender's avatar
    Yeah I have 2 now ..bought a slightly bigger one on a deal on here .but kept this one and still use it a lot ...better for cooking smaller stuff over the bigger one ...easier to wash up as well.

    Also good if you just want to try one without spending a lot
    deleted1949126's avatar
    Oh, so you did buy a bigger one... (edited)
  6. PenguinsForAll's avatar
    Avoid, it's too small

    It's like buying a single hob cook top - can you use it? Yes, do you need more space? Yes

    Just pay 10 more for a bigger one then you can cook more than 5 chips in at a time
  7. Wongy111's avatar
    Got the larger one here no problems so far
  8. deleted2936900's avatar
    Cheap as (air-fried) chips
  9. malkyx1871's avatar
    I have the exact air fryer and have been using it for over a year. My experience is even when cooking chips on there own, you have to shake them up at least 2 to 3 times because the air does not circulate for even cooking. If cooking for one person such as chips and a pork steak or chips and fish fingers; the only way to do this is to put the pork or fish into an envelope of foil. Then after 10 minutes of cooking, remove the pork or fish and turn it around in the foil. At the same time shake up the chips. This is painful to use this way but for a single person it does save you shed loads of electricity but is it worth the faffing around?
    PenguinsForAll's avatar
    Giving it a couple shakes is no bother, for meats I never use foil
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