LOGIK L30PFS12 Professional Deep Fryer – Stainless steel HALF PRICE £14.99 @ Currys
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LOGIK L30PFS12 Professional Deep Fryer – Stainless steel HALF PRICE £14.99 @ Currys

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Found 11th Feb 2013
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The stainless steel Logik L30PFS12 Professional Deep Fryer produces crispy perfect results every time.

Cool capacity

With the ability to hold up to 3 litres of oil, the Logik L30PFS12 Professional Deep Fryer can accommodate up to 1 kg of food at any one time.

The adjustable thermostat allows you to control the temperature, to ensure your food is cooked at the speed you want it to be.

Easy to handle

The Logik L30PFS12 Professional Deep Fryer has a side handle to make it easy to use, and a removable basket with a detachable handle with a mechanical timer.

The oil container is removable, to enable you to change oil and clean the L30PFS12 Professional Deep Fryer easily. The removable parts are dishwasher safe, which makes it even simpler to keep the fryer in pristine condition.

Professional in more than just name, the Logik L30PFS12 Professional Deep Fryer is a fantastic bit of kit that makes catering a pleasure.

Product code: 685285

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Technical information Power 2000W
Frying capacity 1 kg
Oil Oil capacity 3 litres
Bowl/Basket Type of recipient (removable/fixed) Removable basket
Safety Handles Detachable Basket Handle, with Mechanical Timer
Functions Lid Yes
Adjustable thermostat Yes with Light Indicator
Clock timer No
Other information Dishwasher safe Yes
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Haet added to this as cold voters do not know the first thing about the price of things
logik and professional should not be in the same sentence
hardly make chips at home Wud love one
Professional

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this make works well i got one and had no probs.
My old fryer with a filtered lid needed replacing so I bought the above fryer as it's cheaper than the filtered ones, I now regret it because there is no lid. I now have fatty residue on my kitchen surfaces and walls
We have one and its fine. Professional due to capacity - yes it's cheap and made to a budget and identical to the supermarket own brand ones but works well and looks find too. Oh and it does have a lid.
royals

logik and professional should not be in the same sentence



nor does £14..99 and professional
I'd be the size of two houses if I purchased such an item!
By 'professional' they mean that it isn't the normal round-type plastic variety and instead would not look out of place in a restaurant kitchen
_Wilson

Professional



Was thinking the same thing lmao...there's nothing professional about these cheap fryers.
littletime

By 'professional' they mean that it isn't the normal round-type plastic … By 'professional' they mean that it isn't the normal round-type plastic variety and instead would not look out of place in a restaurant kitchen



As long as the kitchen was owned and only frequented by 1ft tall midgets.

Had a couple of these over the years (1 when a stupid teenager, then another when I'd stupidly forgotten that how bad they were), they inevitably end up in the bin, are ridiculously hard to clean and not a scratch on a tesco value plastic round fryer, the metal gets very hot, the lid is utterly pointless as it's supposed to be off when cooking yet is needlessly detachable, and when "on" doesn't provide a seal so oil will rot in a short time and means that you can't even leave the oil in there at all, not that I'd advise that for any length of time even with one that does seal. The basket is impractical in shape, the heating element is exposed so that needs cleaning too, the heating element is attached to the main power input so it's a hazard when cleaning, unless unplugged and removed separately. The temperature writing rubs off after a few uses. Oh not to forget, since the lid is off when in use all that lovely oil stink will be all over your house, normal fryers have a lid which stays shut and then a filter in the lid (yes even a tesco value fryer)....So why is there a lid? Is it so you can play at being a knight or something? This is a confusing product that has no place on shop shelves, yet strangely enough they are still being made, and still coming up on here every month or so.

All together, just plain awful. You'd be better off with a bread tin, a fire and a fishing net.

I've got nothing against fryers but people need to be aware of what they're buying, a professional fryer looks the way it does because of the functionality it provides, what is the point in making a domestic fryer to look like a professional one when it provides none of the functionality or circumstances of use?



Edited by: "robo989" 12th Feb 2013
Mars bars and a deep fryer on offer at the same time. Thought it was Shrove Tuesday, not St. Andrews Day.
youchoose

Haet added to this as cold voters do not know the first thing about the … Haet added to this as cold voters do not know the first thing about the price of things



...Obviously the eggs on your face as it seems you've forgotten the price of 2.5-3 liters of oil
Well ours work a treat and cleans up nicely in the dishwasher. It's clearly a budget item but great value if you're trying to cook chips for a family meal. Or proper Indian samosas from frozen (not the supermarkets' own rubbish).
Sid Harper

Well ours work a treat and cleans up nicely in the dishwasher. It's … Well ours work a treat and cleans up nicely in the dishwasher. It's clearly a budget item but great value if you're trying to cook chips for a family meal. Or proper Indian samosas from frozen (not the supermarkets' own rubbish).



You can't clean the element in the dishwasher, the element shouldn't even be visible on a fryer.
Sid Harper

We have one and its fine. Professional due to capacity - yes it's cheap … We have one and its fine. Professional due to capacity - yes it's cheap and made to a budget and identical to the supermarket own brand ones but works well and looks find too. Oh and it does have a lid.



The capacity is no higher than a standard round plastic bog standard fryer.


Just realized I sound like an angry internet crusader tool...that's what owning this fryer did to me
Edited by: "robo989" 12th Feb 2013
Thanks just ordered one and was free delivery
tesco.com/dir…prd

It takes 1 liter less oil (33% less) yet holds 0.8KG vs 1KG of food (20% less)...

Assuming your only cooking 0.8KG of food, you're losing about a quid between oil changes.

It might look like an abomination, but better have that tucked away in the cupboard looking horrible than your walls covered in oil residue from cooking with the product in this deal thanks to not being able to fry with lid on.
Edited by: "robo989" 12th Feb 2013
robo989

As long as the kitchen was owned and only frequented by 1ft tall … As long as the kitchen was owned and only frequented by 1ft tall midgets.Had a couple of these over the years (1 when a stupid teenager, then another when I'd stupidly forgotten that how bad they were), they inevitably end up in the bin, are ridiculously hard to clean and not a scratch on a tesco value plastic round fryer, the metal gets very hot, the lid is utterly pointless as it's supposed to be off when cooking yet is needlessly detachable, and when "on" doesn't provide a seal so oil will rot in a short time and means that you can't even leave the oil in there at all, not that I'd advise that for any length of time even with one that does seal. The basket is impractical in shape, the heating element is exposed so that needs cleaning too, the heating element is attached to the main power input so it's a hazard when cleaning, unless unplugged and removed separately. The temperature writing rubs off after a few uses. Oh not to forget, since the lid is off when in use all that lovely oil stink will be all over your house, normal fryers have a lid which stays shut and then a filter in the lid (yes even a tesco value fryer)....So why is there a lid? Is it so you can play at being a knight or something? This is a confusing product that has no place on shop shelves, yet strangely enough they are still being made, and still coming up on here every month or so.All together, just plain awful. You'd be better off with a bread tin, a fire and a fishing net.I've got nothing against fryers but people need to be aware of what they're buying, a professional fryer looks the way it does because of the functionality it provides, what is the point in making a domestic fryer to look like a professional one when it provides none of the functionality or circumstances of use?


Great review Rob
gari189

Great review Rob



What can I say
Fair point on the element. Never had another fryer but as I say happy with ours but could be different if we were using it more than once every six weeks or so. Of course - for anyone who doesn't realise - you don't change the oil after every use either, but filter and reuse. It would be very expensive to run otherwise!
Sid Harper

Fair point on the element. Never had another fryer but as I say happy … Fair point on the element. Never had another fryer but as I say happy with ours but could be different if we were using it more than once every six weeks or so. Of course - for anyone who doesn't realise - you don't change the oil after every use either, but filter and reuse. It would be very expensive to run otherwise!



I used to love this at first, but saw the tesco value one on offer a while ago for £4.99 so chanced it, it just seemed like a dream to use compared to this, sorry went a bit overboard with the aggressive tone. It was only after having the plastic one (never had a fryer before this "pro" style one) that I realized just the hassle that I'd been going through with this.

I think the real underlying point is that people may buy it on the premise of it looking like a professional fryer and that really shouldn't be taken into account, it certainly does look nicer than a white plastic alien.
Deep & fat together make me run a mile but hot for those who like fried food :-)
sofiasar

hardly make chips at home Wud love one



Maybe try a deep fried dictionary?
excellent value
fresno bob

Maybe try a deep fried dictionary?

onion ring bound ones are best like they have at schools of fish.
Our fryer bit the dust recently, tried oven chips for the first time in years last night.

awful things, & these were not cheap ones, they are not real chips!

I'll be buying a fryer very soon. though it will have a lid!

Once a week doesn't harm anyone!
FoxForce5

Our fryer bit the dust recently, tried oven chips for the first time in … Our fryer bit the dust recently, tried oven chips for the first time in years last night.awful things, & these were not cheap ones, they are not real chips!I'll be buying a fryer very soon. though it will have a lid!Once a week doesn't harm anyone!



People either love or hate them, but you might want to try an Actifry (I'm not a health freak but there's much less filth to clean up too). Just buy some maris piper potates, spend 10 mins peeling and cutting into chip shapes and you get chips that aren't quite as good as deep fried but a different world to those pretend over chips.
FoxForce5

Once a week doesn't harm anyone!


How do you know? You just assume, so should mention it.
Depends whether you're supersize McDonald's or horse Burger King on the other days or not.
MaximusRo

How do you know? You just assume, so should mention it.



Not really an assumption, people evolved eating fat to enable them to survive through cold winters.
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