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Posted 31 January 2023

Instant 4-in-1 Vortex 4 3.8L Air Fryer - £75 with click & collect @ Argos

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For people still looking for an air fryer. Free collection in store and available for delivery for an extra £3.95. Next best price I can find is £96 on Amazon.
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The versatile Vortex 3.8L has 4 functions in one: Air Fry a variety of foods quickly and healthily, like chicken wings, chips, onion rings with 95% less oil. Bake delicious cakes and pastries; Roast meats or vegetables without turning on the big oven and Reheat Leftovers. Cooks from fresh or frozen, it's healthy convenience at its best! The countertop-friendly size fits any kitchen, with space for 450g of chips or a 900g chicken, making it a versatile tool, helping you create delicious meals quickly and easily.

Air fryer uses up to 80% less energy than a conventional electric oven. Study conducted to assess energy-usage in a 2400W electric oven and Vortex Plus 6-in-one Air Fryer with ClearCook & OdourErase when cooking the same roast chicken recipe.

EvenCrisp technology ensures tender juicy meals with a crisp, golden finish — every time. Now you can make perfect chicken wings, crispy chips and onion rings, battered fried vegetables and more, using little to no oil.

Intuitive turn food reminders – Instant Vortex automatically reminds you to turn food to ensure the best cooking. Large surface area of the tray to spread out the food.

  • Suggested for 3-4 portions.
  • Estimated maximum food capacity 0.7kg (based on frozen chips).
  • 3.8litre capacity.
  • Includes dishwasher safe parts.
  • 1 cooking compartments.
  • Size H28, W33.1, D25.7cm.
  • Weight 3.92kg.
  • 1m cable.
  • Bowl or Basket size H12, W25, D31cm.
  • Digital timer.
  • Pre-set programmes include: Air Fry, Bake, Roast, Reheat.
  • Variable temperature from 49°C to 205°C.
  • Re-heat Function.
  • Safety cut out.
  • 1650 watts.
  • Box contents: 1 basket, 1 cooking tray, getting started guide, safety maintenance.
  • Model number: Vortex 4.
  • Manufacturer's 1 year guarantee.
  • EAN: 810028585744.

Edited by a community support team member, 31 January 2023
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  1. missionhall's avatar
    Hello, I bought the 5.7 litre version of this and it's good. Not sure I would want any smaller and there are only two of us. Not had it long but it does sausages in about half the normal time. still learning. As I say , see how much you can get the bigger one for, mine was around £60 from Amazon a few weeks ago.
    Gazsterchief's avatar
    Broadly similar price for the Costco Gourmia 6.7L (and that is adding in the membership fee)
    I would probably go for the larger Costco one

  2. yorkie12's avatar
    We have the 5.7l version , bought on an Amazon offer for £59.99. We have had a few air fryers over the years , including an excellent all be it very expensive Philips ( rrp £280). The Instant vortex is at least as good and perhaps better than any we've had. Along with our Instantpot and Microwave this coverers virtually all our cooking needs , very rarely use the oven now so saving us a bit of energy. With Air Fryers they need to be big enough to allow plenty of air to circulate around the food to give the best results , so personally , even when it's mainly used for two persons , I'd go for the larger capacity. Not sure about paying the premium for a Dual air fryer as I'm quiet happy to add my bacon to the basket a few minutes after my sausages for breakfast or put my chips on 5 minutes before my fish fingers. You soon get used to cooking times. (edited)
  3. akkyb's avatar
    Definitely worth getting a dual one
  4. ninp's avatar
    Bought this in the Amazon sale. Great air fryer. I'd definitely recommend it.
  5. ass_ass_in's avatar
    I have been trying to buy this but i get to the basket and it reverts to £100 - am i doing something wrong?
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