Morphy Richards Health Fryer, 3 L - Black - Amazon/ Currys for £64
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Morphy Richards Health Fryer, 3 L - Black - Amazon/ Currys for £64

£64£11946%Amazon Deals
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Found 18th Dec 2017
Currys link - currys.co.uk/gbu…tml

Looking for an Air Fryer and this seems like a decent price for a known brand and the cheapest I've found vs Argos.

Low oil frying - fry, bake, roast and grill family meals in a healthier way. Extra large capacity - the Health Fryer's 3L capacity allows you to cook for the whole family. Rapid Air Technology - Even, consistent cooking with only a spoonful of oil. Eight pre-programmed settings - removes the guesswork. Extra accessories include a cake tin to bake cakes or brownies and a fry pan to fry burgers and onion rings.

  • 3kg food capacity.
  • Variable temperature from 60°C to 200°C.
  • Digital timer.
  • Removable bowl.
  • Permanent .
  • Safety cut out.
  • Size H31.3, W33.7, D27.9cm.
  • 1400 watts.
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I have this im on the second one the first one went wrong after around 2 months because instead of being hard wired it has a kettle lead into the back and the connection failed it would randomly turn off during cooking and because of the kettle lead you cant push it back on the surface as it sticks out a mile. This one looks like its going back aswell because that stupid flip up blue cover has failed it wont shut these are real rubbish before these 2 we had the Philips with the digital panel on and we had it over 2 years without issue. Do yourselves a favour get the philips.
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Seems excellent price
Same price as of Philip at the moment on amazon
cloudary51 m ago

Same price as of Philip at the moment on amazon


Which is considered better?
gsj873 m ago

Which is considered better?


The Philips one.
I have this im on the second one the first one went wrong after around 2 months because instead of being hard wired it has a kettle lead into the back and the connection failed it would randomly turn off during cooking and because of the kettle lead you cant push it back on the surface as it sticks out a mile. This one looks like its going back aswell because that stupid flip up blue cover has failed it wont shut these are real rubbish before these 2 we had the Philips with the digital panel on and we had it over 2 years without issue. Do yourselves a favour get the philips.
polly693 h, 16 m ago

I have this im on the second one the first one went wrong after around 2 …I have this im on the second one the first one went wrong after around 2 months because instead of being hard wired it has a kettle lead into the back and the connection failed it would randomly turn off during cooking and because of the kettle lead you cant push it back on the surface as it sticks out a mile. This one looks like its going back aswell because that stupid flip up blue cover has failed it wont shut these are real rubbish before these 2 we had the Philips with the digital panel on and we had it over 2 years without issue. Do yourselves a favour get the philips.


Thanks for the heads up
polly696 h, 52 m ago

I have this im on the second one the first one went wrong after around 2 …I have this im on the second one the first one went wrong after around 2 months because instead of being hard wired it has a kettle lead into the back and the connection failed it would randomly turn off during cooking and because of the kettle lead you cant push it back on the surface as it sticks out a mile. This one looks like its going back aswell because that stupid flip up blue cover has failed it wont shut these are real rubbish before these 2 we had the Philips with the digital panel on and we had it over 2 years without issue. Do yourselves a favour get the philips.


In terms of heating food, which in your opinion is better?

I have the philips and never tried anything else. But my second airfryer stopped working after 8 months, the replacement is now making a funny noise when I start the heating process. So I can't imagine it would last to long. If it does go, and I can't get a free replacement, it would be interesting to see if there's a suitable alternative. How does this compare to the philips?
I have one of these and really like it!
No Quidco on Amazon, but Currys got 15%. Enjoy..
sabbybali15 h, 55 m ago

No Quidco on Amazon, but Currys got 15%. Enjoy..


15% of Samsung tvs though? otherwise its 2%
musssy18th Dec

In terms of heating food, which in your opinion is better?I have the …In terms of heating food, which in your opinion is better?I have the philips and never tried anything else. But my second airfryer stopped working after 8 months, the replacement is now making a funny noise when I start the heating process. So I can't imagine it would last to long. If it does go, and I can't get a free replacement, it would be interesting to see if there's a suitable alternative. How does this compare to the philips?


Philips basically invented it, so they're something of a market leader. The principle is the same for all of them though - blast hot air around some food with a fan and a heating element - so I can't imagine there's that much difference in terms of the end results, though reliability may vary.

These were £200 when they came out! If they're the same price I'd probably instinctively go for the Philips, although with such powerful components of heat and air working together in such a small package (and built to such a relatively cheap price point) I can well imagine that reliability is an issue across the board. I'd be surprised if any of these last much more than a year with regular use
Edited by: "misterleoni" 19th Dec 2017
Sounds daft but does air frying them do the same as the slimming world method my partner does?
The touch screen on this is so frustrating and it has about half the umph of the philips one. Honestly save cash and get the Phillips one rather than this one.. I have both as bought this as a backup for a party.. wish I hadn't it really doesn't have the power of the philips one. It may be a ££ bargain but is not a patch on its competitor.
Is this different in effect from a fan-assisted oven?
Air-fry vs halogen? What's the best in terms of price, performance and reliability? I don't have either of them at the moment but might consider buying one, just not sure which one.
I'd like one of these but don't have the space
Clangers9924 m ago

Air-fry vs halogen? What's the best in terms of price, performance and …Air-fry vs halogen? What's the best in terms of price, performance and reliability? I don't have either of them at the moment but might consider buying one, just not sure which one.


I was the same.. couldn't decide but have just picked up a daewoo halogen air fryer on offer at Robert Dyas..29.99 instead of 59.99..reckon it's worth trying at that price.
How big is this in photo it looks quite compact but if u can fit 3 litres/kg of chips in that small looking basket it must be huge a normal 1litre/kg capacity basket which uses about 3 litres of oil looks bigger than this basket
I cant see a Philips of same size/quality this price on Amazon? whats the model please?
cloudary18th Dec

Same price as of Philip at the moment on amazon



cloudary18th Dec

Same price as of Philip at the moment on amazon

Teznicholls1 h, 27 m ago

I was the same.. couldn't decide but have just picked up a daewoo halogen …I was the same.. couldn't decide but have just picked up a daewoo halogen air fryer on offer at Robert Dyas..29.99 instead of 59.99..reckon it's worth trying at that price.


Philips type Air fryer loads better than Halogen have the Swan air fryer (Philips type) £39 .Use it loads had about 2 years
Cook everything in it well pleased with it .Found Halogen nearly useless cooks very poor binned it after 6 months kept the bowel so not all lost
I have this and paid a lot more than the price it is now.....I would definitely recommend it as never had any problems with it!!....also if you're a fan of Knight rider the display is very reminiscent of KIT haha
Edited by: "justind071" 19th Dec 2017
Loubou18th Dec

The Philips one.



LOL buy that one did we?
tfish3 h, 13 m ago

LOL buy that one did we?


I don’t actually have either. I was going off the reviews. The Philips one has better reviews for the price so out of the two, I’d go for that.
I have the Phillips airfryer after 3 years it’s still as strong as the day I got it!!! How I’ve lived prior to it will remain a mystery
Can’t comment on other one but the Phillips has been a life saver to me especially last Christmas when oven broke on me and I’m cooking a turkey ( carved) in it
The Phillips one is a lot small at 1 litre isn't it?
Bigglesuk19th Dec

I cant see a Philips of same size/quality this price on Amazon? whats the …I cant see a Philips of same size/quality this price on Amazon? whats the model please?


I can’t check all specs at present to compare but have you seen this one?
Philips HD9220/20 Healthier Oil Free Airfryer - Black amazon.co.uk/dp/…Q9Y
Have had the Philips digital one for 2 years now.
Gets near daily usage. Replaced the oven for us. Especially for chips, fish fingers, nuggets, wings, even chicken legs and thighs.

The biggest issue is the section below the basket gets very gunky and can be annoying to clean.

The basket is metal and again really difficult to degrease. I still have not found a good way to degrease or clean it well. If it was a silicone based basket would be easier to clean.

Dont bother with the dial based controls. Infuriating. The digital is much better for precision.

Makes amazing roast potatoes.
What’s the difference between this and the 480003 model??
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