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Delonghi Multifry FH1363 Extra £75 down from £219.99 House of Fraser
Delonghi Multifry FH1363 Extra £75 down from £219.99 House of Fraser

Delonghi Multifry FH1363 Extra £75 down from £219.99 House of Fraser

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Delonghi Multifry FH1363 Extra £75 down from £219.99 House of Fraser

You can buy a £75 gift card for £65 from Zeek and 15% TCB (New zeek customers) Member code for £5 off: 2RRMC5JQ. Did the same weeks back buying the Nespresso machine from John Lewis.

- AJ92

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is this like the tefal actifry? tempted to buy

Good find

Original Poster

It's very similar to the Tefal Actifry

are returns free?

Original Poster

They say "From 23rd October, you can return your items in Store for an exchange or refund to a gift card, or to our online returns centre for an eVoucher until 22nd January 2017."

"If you are not entirely happy with your purchase you can return for a full refund to the original payment within 28 days of purchase."
Edited by: "Donk99" 11th Dec 2016

this is the 1.7 kg capacity machine , actifry and the Philips usually are 800g

just looked at reviews and it says it's pretty loud

takes 40mins to cook 1.7kg of chips
Edited by: "sunil237" 11th Dec 2016

sunil237

just looked at reviews and it says it's pretty loudtakes 40mins to cook … just looked at reviews and it says it's pretty loudtakes 40mins to cook 1.7kg of chips



​i was tempted but yeah if it's noisy and has 40 minute cooking time at full capacity I think it'll become very annoying very fast and end up with the blender, toastie maker and coffee machine in the kitchen gadget graveyard at the back of the cupboard. shame.

detch82

​i was tempted but yeah if it's noisy and has 40 minute cooking time at f … ​i was tempted but yeah if it's noisy and has 40 minute cooking time at full capacity I think it'll become very annoying very fast and end up with the blender, toastie maker and coffee machine in the kitchen gadget graveyard at the back of the cupboard. shame.


Thanks for reminding me that i would never use this

detch82

​i was tempted but yeah if it's noisy and has 40 minute cooking time at f … ​i was tempted but yeah if it's noisy and has 40 minute cooking time at full capacity I think it'll become very annoying very fast and end up with the blender, toastie maker and coffee machine in the kitchen gadget graveyard at the back of the cupboard. shame.


That's quite a lot of chips...far more than the actifry can do... I think if you do less chips its around 20-25 mins

Have two of these, used almost daily. Better than an actfry.
Yes they are noisy - doesn't bother us.
Make sure you check the size - they are huge!
Cook a medium frozen pizza, thin base in 12 minutes.

cokeman123

Have two of these, used almost daily. Better than an actfry.Yes they are … Have two of these, used almost daily. Better than an actfry.Yes they are noisy - doesn't bother us.Make sure you check the size - they are huge!Cook a medium frozen pizza, thin base in 12 minutes.



Finally a useful comment. Thanks for the info.

detch82

​i was tempted but yeah if it's noisy and has 40 minute cooking time at f … ​i was tempted but yeah if it's noisy and has 40 minute cooking time at full capacity I think it'll become very annoying very fast and end up with the blender, toastie maker and coffee machine in the kitchen gadget graveyard at the back of the cupboard. shame.



Our blender, coffee machine and panini machine are always out and each used almost daily. The fryer less often as not very healthy, but this I could see being used regularly if you like mild frying.

Theres four main advantages over an actifry:

1. There's an extra element under the pan - can turn it on or off. Makes cooking faster.
2. Much larger capacity.
3. Can cook wet and dry items - with or without the paddle. In short, theres no hole fo rthe liquids to escape from.
4. Can ajust the temperature.

Also has a removable timer - not a big deal, but a nice touch.

Still dont think the reduced price is justified

ordered.
heat added.
Thanks OP.

You can buy a £75 gift card for £64 from Zeek and 15% TCB (New zeek customers) Member code for £5 off: 2RRMC5JQ. Did the same weeks back buying the Nespresso machine from John Lewis.

Decided to buy this but for some reason the Zeek member code didnt work so i paid £64 for the gift card.


Edited by: "AJ92" 11th Dec 2016

AJ92

You can buy a £75 gift card for £64 from Zeek and 15% TCB (New zeek c … You can buy a £75 gift card for £64 from Zeek and 15% TCB (New zeek customers) Member code for £5 off: 2RRMC5JQ. Did the same weeks back buying the Nespresso machine from John Lewis. Decided to buy this but for some reason the Zeek member code didnt work so i paid £64 for the gift card.


the gift card dose not work with this item (T&Cs state dose not work with kitchen appliances) now does anyone want a 75 pound house of fraser gift card
Edited by: "mahmouddiaa" 11th Dec 2016

i have one of these , i had the actify 1st and this is much better id definitely get another if anything happened to mine

mahmouddiaa

the gift card dose not work with this item (T&Cs state dose not work … the gift card dose not work with this item (T&Cs state dose not work with kitchen appliances) now does anyone want a 75 pound house of fraser gift card


It worked for me

'Products with Restricted Payment Options

Unfortunately, payment through PayPal, the House of Fraser Account Card, Recognition FraserCard and House of Fraser Gift Cards and Gift Vouchers cannot be accepted for:

Large kitchen appliances
Made to measure curtains, accessories and fabrics.'

I don't think this is a large kitchen appliance.
Edited by: "AJ92" 11th Dec 2016

AJ92

It worked for me


weird but congratulations

just tried again with my laptop rather than my mobile and it worked , thanks alot
Edited by: "mahmouddiaa" 11th Dec 2016

mahmouddiaa

weird but congratulations :)just tried again with my laptop rather than … weird but congratulations :)just tried again with my laptop rather than my mobile and it worked , thanks alot


So you managed to buy it with a Zeek voucher and paying £64?

missR1mini

i have one of these , i had the actify 1st and this is much better id … i have one of these , i had the actify 1st and this is much better id definitely get another if anything happened to mine


What's the 'Extra' stand for?
Edited by: "AJ92" 11th Dec 2016

AJ92

So you managed to buy it with a Zeek voucher and paying 64?


actually just £61 as I had promotional £3 from last year that I never knew were there

mahmouddiaa

actually just £61 as I had promotional £3 from last year that I never k … actually just £61 as I had promotional £3 from last year that I never knew were there


Ok then that's good. Guess I could sell it on ebay if I don't like it.

Edited by: "AJ92" 11th Dec 2016

Too late! OOS.

"Sorry, this item is not available at the moment

It has sold out due to high demand. Please check again soon."

gRRR OOS had it in my basket too...HO hum.. THANKS OP

Out of stock

been using this for a couple of weeks now
absolutely brilliant
not as noisy as the reviews make it sound

oos

Fantastic price....i just managed to buy the last 1 in stock....seeing as this was posted a couple of weeks ago i really hope its not a faulty return :-0 ( there were none in stock last night when i were looking, I just saw the hof advert on tv which prompted me to check again.Heat from me.
I am Currently using an actifry (Its just not big enough) so i hope its as good if not better!
Edited by: "Abbielonglegs" 30th Dec 2016

I just order one ders one left in stock
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