Daewoo Halogen Air Fryer Low Fat Oven with 12L Capacity (+5L extender) - £25.49 with code + Free C+C @ Robert Dyas (also C+C from any Ryman Store)
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Daewoo Halogen Air Fryer Low Fat Oven with 12L Capacity (+5L extender) - £25.49 with code + Free C+C @ Robert Dyas (also C+C from any Ryman Store)

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Found 29th Sep 2017
Nearly bought this when it was previously on offer for the onsite price of £29.99, glad I held off because if you use code SEPT15 it will take an extra 15% off the price taking it down to £25.49 with FREE C+C from any Robert Dyas or Ryman Store (really opens up the Free C+C opportunities)

This powerful Daewoo 12 Litre Halogen Oven is a revolutionary way to cook whole meals quickly, easily and healthily with less fat. 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 BenefitsEfficient 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)*
  • Self-clean function
  • LED time and temperature indicators
  • Dimensions: H30 x W41 x D31cm
What's Included
  • Daewoo 12 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.
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Ordered. Very good reviews. Thank you.
Possible cash back too. I have had these types of oven for years. I don't use anything else, they are fantastic! However, I took a look at this model in WIlko who have it at £29.99 too, there is an issue with it. Having had a number of makes over the years, basically they are all the same except the grill/guard over the bulb. This Daewoo does not have a guard around the side of the bulb. I can tell you from experience that, when sat on a worktop, the light will be super bright leaking from the oven, almost blinding to look at for an adult, definitely not good for kids who's eye line will be similar height to the bulb. My personal recommendation would be not to buy it. My mother in law needs a new one but having owned one like this, I will not be buying this design again. These types of oven pop up regularly for £30, sometimes less. Id wait for another one.
matty_hunt41 m ago

Possible cash back too. I have had these types of oven for years. I don't …Possible cash back too. I have had these types of oven for years. I don't use anything else, they are fantastic! However, I took a look at this model in WIlko who have it at £29.99 too, there is an issue with it. Having had a number of makes over the years, basically they are all the same except the grill/guard over the bulb. This Daewoo does not have a guard around the side of the bulb. I can tell you from experience that, when sat on a worktop, the light will be super bright leaking from the oven, almost blinding to look at for an adult, definitely not good for kids who's eye line will be similar height to the bulb. My personal recommendation would be not to buy it. My mother in law needs a new one but having owned one like this, I will not be buying this design again. These types of oven pop up regularly for £30, sometimes less. Id wait for another one.


I bought this from Wilkos the other week after the previous RDyas post, though I have a Rymans not far, my Wilko is a bit nearer so I though I wouldnt have so far if I had to return. Wasnt sure of the weigh of it all but it's not too heavy.
My first halogen oven, replacing a (impossible to clean) mini electric oven (which was fine for my limited use )
Anyway you are right , it is quite bright, though I just leave it to work and am not necessarily in the kitchen with it in my line
of vision. Though if you have the choice and can wait, and others have a guard (wasnt aware of this distinction).
My only reservation was that I am not sure if spares for the bulb can be found online and replaced easily in this model?
I have easily found bulbs online that fit many popular ovens but they never seem to mention this brand.
Edited by: "Patr100" 29th Sep 2017
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Patr10016 m ago

My only reservation was that I am not sure if spares for the bulb can be …My only reservation was that I am not sure if spares for the bulb can be found online and replaced easily in this model?I have easily found bulbs online that fit many popular ovens but they never seem to mention this brand.


Ive replaced a number of bulbs. There is a couple of different terminal designs but all are available on eBay and easy to modify the terminals. Just check the diameter of bulb. Its possible to replace them but it is fiddly and requires the whole stripping down of the top unit. I wish they would make them so one could just unclip and reconnect a new one but they have not made it that simple. But at £7.29 for the cheapest bulb on eBay, maybe worth the effort for some.
Can I use this with my SMD PCBs?
matty_hunt5 h, 33 m ago

I Ive replaced a number of bulbs. There is a couple of different terminal …I Ive replaced a number of bulbs. There is a couple of different terminal designs but all are available on eBay and easy to modify the terminals. Just check the diameter of bulb. Its possible to replace them but it is fiddly and requires the whole stripping down of the top unit. I wish they would make them so one could just unclip and reconnect a new one but they have not made it that simple. But at £7.29 for the cheapest bulb on eBay, maybe worth the effort for some.




If you consider a bulb is about £8, so for about £20 or less you get tongs, lid stand, 2 baskets, 2 racks, a decent refillable oil spryer and all the rest of the device , compared to a conventional tiny mini oven for example, it's a no brainer and it seems wasteful to chuck to end up in landfill and buy a new one if it's just a bulb it needs.
I wont try to dismantle til the bulb actually blows so I probably wont know til the time what size etc is necessary but hopefully will have got quite a bit of use out of it.
Just getting the hang of the slightly difference approach needed for this oven.
Edited by: "Patr100" 29th Sep 2017
Got this model about 4 weeks ago,great cooker and really saves a lot of electricity compared to an conventional oven. Just wish I had got it sooner.
Do this suffers light bleed like the Wilko one?
veedubjai26 m ago

Do this suffers light bleed like the Wilko one?


Read the thread.
Had a non-halogen air fryer before and the kids much preferred the food but it stopped working and not worth repairing. This is a quarter of the cost, have gone and bought it so many thanks for posting the deal.
Your fault there's going to be less workspace in the kitchen again.
Got email this morning saying it was ready to collect and only ordered last night. It's a beast, far bigger than our last one even without the extension ring and racks allow 2 levels of cooking and an oil sprayer as well.
Bargain.
Thanks again for posting this deal.
Having examined it closer now, the one thing I am not happy with is the extender ring which does not seem to be very sturdy and if not careful could be quite unsafe in use and easily knocked off with the heating top as it doesn't sit very firmly or lock in any way to the other part, just lies on a small rim . The ring is easily distorted and could leave gaps where heat will leak as well.
Edited by: "Patr100" 1st Oct 2017
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