Philips AirFryer Healthier Oil-Free Fryer £89.00 @ Amazon
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Philips AirFryer Healthier Oil-Free Fryer £89.00 @ Amazon

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Found 27th May 2013
Almost the cheapest Amazon price ever! Just bought, get in quick!


Use up to 80% less fat than a conventional fryer for the best-tasting chips, without the oil (for fresh chips add half a tablespoon of oil for extra taste)
Fully-adjustable temperature control allows you to pre-set the best cooking temperature for your food
Its integrated timer allows you to pre-set cooking times of up to 30 minutes. The auto-off function includes a "ready" sound indicator
Comes with an inspiring recipe booklet, written by a culinary expert, that contains 30 delicious, easy-to-prepare recipes including brownies and quiches
Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging

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Edited by: "benjai" 27th May 2013

Same price Currys (posted 4 days ago)

lowrieh1

Same price Currys (posted 4 days ago)


Amazon it is then..

better than the 160 debenhams want (including 20pc off).
hot!

I'd be tempted to buy one but I don't think I really need it but sounds a great price

they are fantastic. you can literally cook almost anything in them.

My experience of these 'oil free fryers' is that it takes 30-45 minutes of electricity meter hammering cooking to slightly burn an egg-cup of chips.

I have one of these for sale, used a few times, if anyone is interested.

ohdearohdear

I have one of these for sale, used a few times, if anyone is interested.



Used? I'll give you a quid for it.

Banned

ooh i love chips i do

ohdearohdear

I have one of these for sale, used a few times, if anyone is interested.



How much you looking for it? IF right price and good clean condition, could I have 1st refusal over in For Sale trade please?

ohdearohdear

I have one of these for sale, used a few times, if anyone is interested.



reason for sale please. and how long have you been using it?

Why hasn't anyone made a hairdryer using oil? You'd think in this day and age some one would have thought of it. I did and it's as good as patented because I posted it on here, so that's evidence straight away. You could also fry chips with it.

Sorry everyone who replied, I put on eBay.
Reason for sale, it just takes the space, I used it 3 or 4 times and had it for over a year.

These make the best tasting, and healthiest chips ever. Great price, heat added.

ohdearohdear

Sorry everyone who replied, I put on eBay. Reason for sale, it just takes … Sorry everyone who replied, I put on eBay. Reason for sale, it just takes the space, I used it 3 or 4 times and had it for over a year.



Can you please give me a review. I am interested to get one but not sure if it's worth the price. Is it not good so you no longer need it and sell it??

mackenfy

Can you please give me a review. I am interested to get one but not sure … Can you please give me a review. I am interested to get one but not sure if it's worth the price. Is it not good so you no longer need it and sell it??


First, it's not oil-free as you'd need a spoon of oil. I tried chips and chicken, cooked perfectly, I added 4mins to the timer, it is something between 20&25 mins, they came out dry and tasted different so you'll need sauce or ketchup. It's a healthier option, but I'm not sure about the electricity though. I'm selling mine as I don't use it, not because it's a bed product or useless idea.

Got one of these.

Bit of pain making chips as you have to peel them, chip them then immerse them in water for 30-35 minutes before using this.

A lot of palaver if you ask me.

I have one of these and I have mixed feelings about it. I think the marketing blurb is misleading, chips in this taste nowhere as good as deep fried chips. However they taste a bit better than oven chips.

Consider it as a bridge between grilling and baking. A rather expensive one though.

Still a hot deal at this price if you want it.

My favourite recipe in this is air fried chicken (with skin on). Not sure how healthy it is though

pinkcalculator

I'd be tempted to buy one but I don't think I really need it but sounds a … I'd be tempted to buy one but I don't think I really need it but sounds a great price

I hadn't had any fried chips or any kind of fried food (soaked in oil) for about 2 years now mainly because I can't bear seeing the oil dripping from the food. I was amazed to know such a product exists and just ordered one; great reviews on Amazon, Argos and other retailers. Haven't seen less than a 4.

Brilliant bit of equipment. I use mine several times a week. Although it's called a fryer I cook all sorts in it (sausages are brilliant - come up crisp and browned and all the fat has drained into the bottom ready to chuck away). Great for heating through food that would go soggy in microwave too, such as sausage rolls. Heated up leftover pizza in it - came out well too (too small to cook a whole pizza in).

hmmmm...I've heard that halogen ovens do similar jobs if not more?

I bought one from Currys and took it back 3 days later. When it is turned on it sounds like someone is vacuuming in the next room (& virtually unbearable to stand in the same room as it) and when I tried cooking belly pork on Sunday it smoked out the entire house (something that doesn't happen in my fan assisted electric oven)

It was fine cooking oven chips but I wouldn't recommend this over a much cheaper halogen oven.

StonedSte

I bought one from Currys and took it back 3 days later. When it is turned … I bought one from Currys and took it back 3 days later. When it is turned on it sounds like someone is vacuuming in the next room (& virtually unbearable to stand in the same room as it) and when I tried cooking belly pork on Sunday it smoked out the entire house (something that doesn't happen in my fan assisted electric oven)It was fine cooking oven chips but I wouldn't recommend this over a much cheaper halogen oven.



What did you tell Currys for them to take it back?

I bought one from Currys a few days ago and the chips just aren't very good from it. I'd love to get my money back but as it's not faulty I don't think they would entertain me.

At the moment I'm thinking I've made an expensive mistake.
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