DEAL ENDED - Philips HD9220/20 Healthier Oil Free Airfryer - Black £66.99 @ Amazon
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DEAL ENDED - Philips HD9220/20 Healthier Oil Free Airfryer - Black £66.99 @ Amazon

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Found 16th Jul 2016
Pretty much a third off the Philips Air Fryer on an Amazon lightning deal. Normal price is £99.99.
I have one and they are brilliant for chips and jacket spuds. Get em while they're hot! Deal ends at 2:30pm.
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Ordered, Thanks
Been meaning to get one for a while
I've heard these acti-frier things take ages to cook a portion of chips. I cook frozen oven chips in the oven and it takes 20 minutes from a cold oven to cook. How long to cook one portion of chips in one of these, please?
iand123

I've heard these acti-frier things take ages to cook a portion of chips. … I've heard these acti-frier things take ages to cook a portion of chips. I cook frozen oven chips in the oven and it takes 20 minutes from a cold oven to cook. How long to cook one portion of chips in one of these, please?



5 minutes for fries and thick cut chips about 10
Edited by: "golfer2007" 16th Jul 2016
iand123

I've heard these acti-frier things take ages to cook a portion of chips. … I've heard these acti-frier things take ages to cook a portion of chips. I cook frozen oven chips in the oven and it takes 20 minutes from a cold oven to cook. How long to cook one portion of chips in one of these, please?



​I got the 9230, bought it recently.

I cook aunt betties home style chips. It says 20-25 minutes in the oven.

3 minutes for the machine to heat upto 200*
12 or so minutes to cook the chips. During the cooking process you take out and shake.

It's a lot faster cooking in these machines.
French Fries oven chips are about 12 minutes. Thick cut about 15 minutes.
Jacket spuds are where this thing rocks though. Microwave them on full power until you can push a knife in them, then put them in the air fryer for about 4-5 minutes and they'll crisp up like they've been in the oven for an hour.
Is this good for breaded chicken? Or battered cod etc?
Thanks for the heads up, been meaning to try one of these for ages.
Back up to £99.99 already ! only 11:15am not 2:30pm, I ordered mine but went to order a 2nd
This is great for most of the finger foods including the breaded stuff. Best fries and spring rolls
I cook everything in mine.
Left over pizza is yummy again
Croissant are soft and crispy
Cookies go all gooey in the middle
frozen chips,chicken etc

great machine
Aletank

Back up to £99.99 already ! only 11:15am not 2:30pm, I ordered mine but … Back up to £99.99 already ! only 11:15am not 2:30pm, I ordered mine but went to order a 2nd



You can only order 1 on lightning deals. The deal is actually still running for others
What about samosas or spring rolls ?
Good fryer, it was on sale @£49.99 before .
thoman2003

Good fryer, it was on sale @£49.99 before .


I agree great fryer but not a good deal also bought on. Offer from JL £49.99
zworld

What about samosas or spring rolls ?


it can cook them fine, If its the home made ones the pastry can be a bit dry so might need to spray some oil on them before putting them in.
if its the shop ones they should be fine
I have next model up and previously had two Tefal acti fryers and this is so much better compact, heats food quicker and doesn't mash them up unlike Tefal version, I can even cook pies in it using the shelf and food underneath like chips, onion rings etc.
What's the difference between this and HD9230/20
So how many portions of chips can this do? Looks quite small
loofer

So how many portions of chips can this do? Looks quite small


It does a good size portion of chips
These are amazing machines. It shouldn't make the slightest bit of difference, but for some reason oven chips/fries taste so much better when cooked in one of these compared to a regular oven.
Retrovertigo

These are amazing machines. It shouldn't make the slightest bit of … These are amazing machines. It shouldn't make the slightest bit of difference, but for some reason oven chips/fries taste so much better when cooked in one of these compared to a regular oven.



Spot on!
shaz2sxy

It does a good size portion of chips



Portion for 1 or X people?
I'm assuming even if we have to use it several times just to get same number of chips as done as we do now by deep frying, it saves time overall as it's quicker?
iand123

I've heard these acti-frier things take ages to cook a portion of chips. … I've heard these acti-frier things take ages to cook a portion of chips. I cook frozen oven chips in the oven and it takes 20 minutes from a cold oven to cook. How long to cook one portion of chips in one of these, please?



The actifry is different from this - it uses a spoon of oil. I have an actifry and cook fries for one in it basically for the same time it says on the packet for oven - 16 minutes. So it actually works out quicker as that's 16 minutes from switching it on - no 10 minutes waiting for the oven to preheat first. However, unlike an oven where you have a wide area you can spread them over, I think the time increases the more you do. So for multiple portions I think it will take longer. But for one, it's great!
Edited by: "targetbsp" 16th Jul 2016
loofer

Portion for 1 or X people?I'm assuming even if we have to use it several … Portion for 1 or X people?I'm assuming even if we have to use it several times just to get same number of chips as done as we do now by deep frying, it saves time overall as it's quicker?



​ obviously depending on your portion size but I tend to get 3 lots out of the basket, much more and they don't cook as good.
Don't listen to anyone who says these are only good for cooking a portion of chips, I have done pasties, sausages, mini pizzas, baghis and many types of potato products. Excellent value.

Only thing I have found isn't too good is bacon
This is the older version, the new digital one has been out for some time now, so probably trying to get rid of old stock, could be cheaper if this is so. Keeping my eye open as I need new one, mine so well used its worn out. Good bit of kitchen kit.
Mine makes takeaway style chips in 8-12 minutes, depending on how many you put in the basket.

I use the Smart Price chips from Asda. 75p for a 1.5Kg bag. Two spoons of oil and you can't go wrong.

Also good for chicken wings and stuff like that.
Aletank

Ordered, ThanksBeen meaning to get one for a while



​you wont be disappointed
Still regret not getting this for 34.99(?) at Tesco Direct last year.
iand123

I've heard these acti-frier things take ages to cook a portion of chips. … I've heard these acti-frier things take ages to cook a portion of chips. I cook frozen oven chips in the oven and it takes 20 minutes from a cold oven to cook. How long to cook one portion of chips in one of these, please?



​quicker than 20 mins this isnt an actifry its an airfryer uses hot air to cook, little tip give the chips a shake every now n then whilst cookin to make them cook more evenly.
loofer

Portion for 1 or X people?I'm assuming even if we have to use it several … Portion for 1 or X people?I'm assuming even if we have to use it several times just to get same number of chips as done as we do now by deep frying, it saves time overall as it's quicker?



​it is not quicker than deep frying.
Stubbarama

Don't listen to anyone who says these are only good for cooking a portion … Don't listen to anyone who says these are only good for cooking a portion of chips, I have done pasties, sausages, mini pizzas, baghis and many types of potato products. Excellent value.Only thing I have found isn't too good is bacon



​sausages from chilled work aswell
patriciaventon

This is the older version, the new digital one has been out for some time … This is the older version, the new digital one has been out for some time now, so probably trying to get rid of old stock, could be cheaper if this is so. Keeping my eye open as I need new one, mine so well used its worn out. Good bit of kitchen kit.



​pretty much the same thing except one has a digital timer
Thanks for all the advice everyone
This one is just as good... ://amazon.co.uk/gp/…1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1468672388&sr=8-6π=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=philips+airfryer&dpPl=1&dpID=51AFAmVH-JL&ref=plSrch
You'll be struggling to cook more than 2 decent portions of chips/fries in one, it's more like a mini fan oven, limited by it's size, bit of a luxury really.
Bought one thanks, at least with Amazon if it is rubbish
you can return it.

There is no return policy mentioned this page, nor mentioned on the seller's page.
Good find op, an air fryer at a decent price, it was posted last week at over 85 pounds LOL
is this deal is over? I can't see this price on Amazon.
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