Daewoo 17L Halogen Oven half price £29.99 @ RobertDyas
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Daewoo 17L Halogen Oven half price £29.99 @ RobertDyas

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Found 13th FebMade hot 13th Feb
This powerful Daewoo 17 Litre Halogen Oven is a revolutionary way to cook whole meals quickly, easily and healthily. The combination of a carbon heating bulb and a built-in fan to circulate the air evenly gives you perfectly cooked, succulent food that's cooked far quicker than in a conventional oven.

It includes an oil spray for lighter, healthier cooking, with two heating racks for cooking different foods at the same time without the need for extra pots and pans.

Features and Benefits

Efficient and thorough heating thanks to the halogen carbon bulb and fan induction design.

With its clever self-cleaning function you can sit back and relax after dinner with the family.

Specification

Power: 1300W
Capacity: 12L (+5L extender)
Accessories include: Upper cooking rack, lower cooking rack, lid stand, tongs 5L extender and oil spray bottle
Self-clean function
LED time and temperature indicators
Dimensions: H30 x W41 x D31cm
What's Included

Daewoo 17 Litre Halogen Oven with Lid
Cooking rack x 2
Lid stand
Cooking tongs
5 Litre pot extender
Oil spray bottle
*The capacity of the glass bowl being 12L which is then increased to 17L when the Extender ring is used.

18 Comments

Original Poster

I just made a packet Tesco allergen free Xmas cake in one of these, tasty and 1/3 quicker!

Yes I know it is 4am but I could not sleep for hunger and needed something sweet X) #stuffed

seaniboy

I just made a packet Tesco allergen free Xmas cake in one of these, tasty … I just made a packet Tesco allergen free Xmas cake in one of these, tasty and 1/3 quicker!Yes I know it is 4am but I could not sleep for hunger and needed something sweet X) #stuffed


Snap. I turfed the packet contents and ate the packaging; much more tasty and satisfying, although a little chewier than expected (maybe I cooked it too long?).

At least they called it a halogen oven and not an air fryer.

This looks exactly the same as the Tower/Ambiano one which Aldi sell although they call it an "air fryer" picked one up reduced to £19.99 in Leamington at the weekend, have cooked nuggets, sausages and bacon in it so far and been very impressed

Have a halogen oven.Thought it was just a silly idea of my wife's until our cooker gave up over Xmas...used it for the 1st time and was very impressed..

Heat added. Hardly revolutionary though - been around for years. The good thing about this deal is that all the necessary accessories, including the extender, are included, as if bought separately, they would cost as much as the oven!

stevenstamps - Agreed. These ovens are made by a few firms, which is why many of them look alike and these ovens can be used just like an air fryer but are much more versatile and very efficient. Also great if you can still get deals like yours.

Original Poster

ToneC

Have a halogen oven.Thought it was just a silly idea of my wife's until … Have a halogen oven.Thought it was just a silly idea of my wife's until our cooker gave up over Xmas...used it for the 1st time and was very impressed..


They are great, my chips are brilliant - if you get them between moist and crispy that sweet spot X) Saving £1.60 a punt on the chippy with M&S chips for £1 - the straight chips are great, the chunky chips I prefer in a actual oven, but then they are drier, sods law, M&S £1 straight cuts it is then!

Bought one thanks, I have been looking for a new one of these for a while.

Original Poster

makoshr

Bought one thanks, I have been looking for a new one of these for a while.


Welcome, enjoy the easy cooking and cleaning

Original Poster

AndyRoyd

Snap. I turfed the packet contents and ate the packaging; much more tasty … Snap. I turfed the packet contents and ate the packaging; much more tasty and satisfying, although a little chewier than expected (maybe I cooked it too long?).


What ? you threw away a £3.50 cake mix.....not very HUKDing of you, I could have had that next week for the price of a stamp!

Funny enough Andy some of the allergen free stuff tastes as good as the real thing or better, and this was one of them!! ate the other half of it for brunch nomnomF'innom


You should try polenta/maize flour substitutes pasta, cakes - less full/bloating feeling than wheat, I only avoid wheat as a asthma trigger.
Edited by: "seaniboy" 13th Feb

These things are pretty much all the same, just under a host of different brand names. I got one about five years ago, use it twice a day and have never used the old main oven since day one. Excellent bit of kit. All my family members now have one too. Wouldnt pay more than £30 for one. They pop up regularly at Aldi

Edited by: "matty_hunt" 13th Feb

Are these not always around this price?

no heat for me because i can buy these at this price allday long.i got one with a hinged lid which is the top model.no heat this time.

Similar models are cheaper on eBay.

Got mine for £25 at Iceland in January. Good unit.

ihatebingo

no heat for me because i can buy these at this price allday long.i got … no heat for me because i can buy these at this price allday long.i got one with a hinged lid which is the top model.no heat this time.



That's an even better deal as the hinged lid is definitely safer to use than the wobbly hinge-free lid when its hot!

kalico

Are these not always around this price?



Usually, but sometimes there are deals around with discount vouchers for instance. My cheapest was around £11 with all the accessories, from Aldi because the box was damaged - it was the last one and they wanted rid of it - although everything else was OK. Not very well made though as one side of the handle pops out sometimes which makes it dangerous! Hinged lid is much safer. Also the electronic timer and heat settings were incorrectly set so that you had to fiddle with them. Set at 60c & 60mins when most people (at least me anyway!) consistently use it at around 200c & 10/15mins, as it cooks so fast.
Edited by: "RayB" 14th Feb

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RayB

Usually, but sometimes there are deals around with discount vouchers for … Usually, but sometimes there are deals around with discount vouchers for instance. My cheapest was around £11 with all the accessories, from Aldi because the box was damaged - it was the last one and they wanted rid of it - although everything else was OK. Not very well made though as one side of the handle pops out sometimes which makes it dangerous! Hinged lid is much safer. Also the electronic timer and heat settings were incorrectly set so that you had to fiddle with them. Set at 60c & 60mins when most people (at least me anyway!) consistently use it at around 200c & 10/15mins, as it cooks so fast.



60 @ 60, I'll try that, cheers!
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