Philips Airfryer, Healthy Cooking, Baking & Grilling @ Amazon, £99.99
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Philips Airfryer, Healthy Cooking, Baking & Grilling @ Amazon, £99.99

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Found 5th Apr
Average price of this is normally £140 mark. Cheapest I have ever seen this and been looking for something like this. Great for your health so definitely worth the money for the investment in your health. Deal of the day - so only today!

Hughes.co.uk are doing it for £99.99 as well and TCB gives 4.2% but I have never used this retailer so use at your own caution

Other retailers:
Tesco - £149
Argos - £149
Very - £159

10 Comments

Original Poster

wow people hate cooking!

These are actually quite good. If you have kids and want to cook something from the freezer (chips, nuggets) then they come out quicker and better than the oven!

This is just a glorified oven not a fryer. It does not move food so food cooks uneven, burnt at top and uncooked at bottom. Tefal and Breville fryers which actually move food with a paddle are much better. If you are not fussed about the brand name Phillips, you can buy similar oven for £30 from Wilko.

Original Poster

sam_of_london

This is just a glorified oven not a fryer. It does not move food so food … This is just a glorified oven not a fryer. It does not move food so food cooks uneven, burnt at top and uncooked at bottom. Tefal and Breville fryers which actually move food with a paddle are much better. If you are not fussed about the brand name Phillips, you can buy similar oven for £30 from Wilko.



Do you have an example of a fryer which will do a better job?

Thank you

So do these do the same as a fan assisted oven? Or is there something different about them? (including the tefal et al versions)

PrernaK

Do you have an example of a fryer which will do a better job?Thank you



​Yes tefal and Breville with a paddle.

Is it compatible with Hue?
I don't know really know what that means but people ask it about every electrical product on here so I thought I'd be all millenniumy

zizzles

Is it compatible with Hue?I don't know really know what that means but … Is it compatible with Hue?I don't know really know what that means but people ask it about every electrical product on here so I thought I'd be all millenniumy



No, it is not compatible with hue

sam_of_london

​Yes tefal and Breville with a paddle.



My brother has the breville, he didn't like it. When he used our Philips airfryer, he loved and switched. Beside cooking chips and loose products (which needs some shaking every so often), everything else is simply slot in and cook. It does a great job at cooking the food evenly. Been using one for 3 years now. All my immediate family own one, and can't imagine their kitchen without one.

b&m are selling Philips airfryer for 80 pounds have been for weeks
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