delonghi 3 in 1 multifry £49.99 Argos
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delonghi 3 in 1 multifry £49.99 Argos

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Found 25th May 2016
rrp £149.99 down to just 49.99, cheapest I can find anywhere.

lots of stock everywhere

Argos.
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You need say it's from Argos...link not working either
still fairly new can admin edit please?
wow bargain
Hot deal thanks op
Also available from their eBay
ebay.co.uk/itm…856?hash=item51e00d7f10:g:FEoAAOSw~oFXL8f6
Thanks op heated
Reserved one for collection
dont they take ages to cook chips?
Does anyone have any personal experience comparing this to the Tefal actifry?? my actifry paddle broke and im having a hell of a time getting a replacement paddle its its an obscure early model part (had 6 from amazon and none fit correctly)

Would just bite the bullet and buy this to replace if its comparable?

Review here … Review here http://www.trustedreviews.com/delonghi-multifry-extra-reviewDoesn't rate it well



Yet Argos reviews are good
I've read the reviews on Argos and Amazon - divided almost equally as the best and the worst air fryer - so no idea what to surmise.
Clearly some people haven't been using it properly.
I think that chips will take 25-30 minutes - not 40 minutes, or an hour - as long as you use both radiant and convection heating - but who really knows.
May take a punt and pick one up tonight - as I reckon that it would still do sausages ok, or maybe not
Hot deal!
Or you could save money and make chips from potatos, part cook them in a micro for a minute or so, place in baking tray and lightly spray with one cal and cook in a pre heated oven for 20 minutes (_;). But if you must go for one of these air fryers then I guess this one is a good deal
This looks like a spaceship - we come in peace to cook your chips
I was literally going to buy the Phillips one yesterday at Currys for £100
Glad i didnt
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Edited by: "ferdy147" 26th May 2016
Youtube review shows its very noisy,
Love the fact if you read the questions/comments on Argos, it says its 160cm x 210cm, thats over 5ft x 6ft. You could cook for the street!!!

This looks like a spaceship - we come in peace to cook your chips


Huddersfield human infidels make chips...

youtube.com/wat…BdU

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Or buy a 5p bag lol
We have this and an air fryer.

Airfryer is much better at, and much faster at, cooking most things. This is only better for things that must be mixed/stirred/turned when cooking, such as chicken in a marinade, or for soggy things. This (if the XL version?) has a larger cooking area than the standard air fryer.

If it can be air fried, we use the air-fryer. This rarely gets used tbh.

Don't even bother trying to make a cake or pizza in this.

This is quite a bit noisier than the airfryer. If an airfryer is like wind setting 1 on a hairdryer, this is as noisy as setting 2.5.
Edited by: "BorisTheSpider" 26th May 2016

We have this and an air fryer.Airfryer is much better at, and much faster … We have this and an air fryer.Airfryer is much better at, and much faster at, cooking most things. This is only better for things that must be mixed/stirred/turned when cooking, such as chicken in a marinade, or for soggy things. This (if the XL version?) has a larger cooking area than the standard air fryer.If it can be air fried, we use the air-fryer. This rarely gets used tbh. Don't even bother trying to make a cake or pizza in this.This is quite a bit noisier than the airfryer. If an airfryer is like wind setting 1 on a hairdryer, this is as noisy as setting 2.5.




HOLD UP - is this not an airfryer then??

HOLD UP - is this not an airfryer then??



It mostly is (it has a heating element at the bottom also), but the Phillips circulates the hot air better as it has a mesh basket bottom, not a solid pan.

What are you looking to cook with it?

Or you could save money and make chips from potatos, part cook them in a … Or you could save money and make chips from potatos, part cook them in a micro for a minute or so, place in baking tray and lightly spray with one cal and cook in a pre heated oven for 20 minutes (_;). But if you must go for one of these air fryers then I guess this one is a good deal



and end up with nothing like a chip that these make
Ive had 2 actifrys in the past, this is much better built, and cooks just as well. Why they cant add a power off timer is beyond me though. Great deal. HOT!
Was interested in this last night, but the price has gone up to £99.99 this morning.

You snooze, you lose. But judging from the mixed comments, maybe a Philips Air Fryer would be the better buy.
Edited by: "ashleyh" 27th May 2016
just checked, £ 99.99 1/3 of? not £49.99

and end up with nothing like a chip that these make



I have no idea what they taste like but the method I described taste very nice for home made chips
I was one of the luck ones to get this gadget before the price/glitch got sorted. I tried it today to make home made chips from fresh potatoes and this is my honest opinion in case the offer comes up again. I know it is early days but the machine looks very well built. My chips was left for about 40 minutes as advised by DeLonghi. I found that you only need to leave it on for about 25-30 minutes. My potatoes were sprinkled with a bit of mixed spices. When done, the chips looked like the best tasty wedges ever. That was the best chips I've ever tasted. I bet people have mixed opinion on the product. If I had followed the review of one of the links in this thread, I would not have bought it but thank goodness I didn't. I can't wait to use it to make oil-less spiced chicken wings. Enough said.

Or buy a 5p bag lol


5p bag doesn't count towards the total
Don't forget you can download their free recipe app for this, I made their tandoori chicken last night after buying the machine on Friday and it was better than you get from an Indian restaurant! Can't wait to make sweet potato chips in it tonight. Thanks OP
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