Morphy Richards Stainless Steel 3L Deep Fat Fryer - save £35 now £14.99 @ Sainsbury's
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Morphy Richards Stainless Steel 3L Deep Fat Fryer - save £35 now £14.99 @ Sainsbury's

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Found 30th Jul 2013
Morphy Richards 3 litre fryer in-store for 14.99 saving £35, previously posted at £19.99. Saw a few in-store at my local in Bristol, otherwise OOS on-line.



Product overview

The Morphy Richards 45082 Stainless Steel 3L Fryer is a great way to get delicious food - and professional results - fast.

The 3L stainless steel fryer has a generous 1kg food capacity - so it's easy to cook for the family or cater for your guests. A variable thermostat temperature control (150-190°c) ensures you can tailor the setting to the food, while safety features include cool-touch handles and non-slip feet.

The removable control panel, lid and tank mean the fryer can be easily cleaned after use and the cord storage keeps the fryer tidy on your counter or stored away in your cupboard.

Comes with a two-year manufacturer's guarantee.




Product features

Adjustable thermostat
Yes

Brand
Morphy Richards

Colour
Silver

Country of origin
China

Food capacity
1kg

Height, width, depth
20 x 24 x 39.5cm

Manufacturer's guarantee
2 years

Oil capacity
3L

Wattage
2000W

12 Comments

oos online..

Original Poster

default12

oos online..



"Morphy Richards 3 litre fryer in-store for 14.99 saving £35, previously posted at £19.99. Saw a few in-store at my local in Bristol, otherwise OOS on-line."

I brought and had to take it back, very flimsy sides and the lid doesn't fit properly the rrp of 49.99 is a bit steep! Suppose for students would be fine but safety wise for a family home being used weekly its not good! We thought it was a great deal but as we took it back a couple were in the queue behind also returning x

lg70

I brought and had to take it back, very flimsy sides and the lid doesn't … I brought and had to take it back, very flimsy sides and the lid doesn't fit properly the rrp of 49.99 is a bit steep! Suppose for students would be fine but safety wise for a family home being used weekly its not good! We thought it was a great deal but as we took it back a couple were in the queue behind also returning x



Thanks for the heads up..Almost bought this.

Very poor quality mine lasted less than six months avoid

lg70

I brought and had to take it back, very flimsy sides and the lid doesn't … I brought and had to take it back, very flimsy sides and the lid doesn't fit properly the rrp of 49.99 is a bit steep! Suppose for students would be fine but safety wise for a family home being used weekly its not good! We thought it was a great deal but as we took it back a couple were in the queue behind also returning x


So students' safety isn't equally important??????

Red_Robbo

So students' safety isn't equally important??????



Of course not. Why would you ask?

Original Poster

Red_Robbo

So students' safety isn't equally important??????



I think it's generally agreed that if you don't lose part use of some appendage as a student you're not doing it right.

go_rators

I think it's generally agreed that if you don't lose part use of some … I think it's generally agreed that if you don't lose part use of some appendage as a student you're not doing it right.



Yep thats what we pay our tax's for.

Nothing better for pis#ed up students to use after a night on the town (every night).

Original Poster

While I'm certainly not up for a lengthy debate on the merits of students "nowadays" I would say that I am a student, I do things like enjoy cooking with my slow-cooker (**** or not), pay taxes on my extra earnings, and have a sense of humour about the absurdity of the Labour education scheme - but even for me the words tar and brush spring to mind

is this one of those that u cant keep the lid on whilst cooking???
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