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PHILIPS HD9220/20 Deep Fat Fryer £139, with code £132.05 + Free [email protected]
PHILIPS HD9220/20 Deep Fat Fryer £139, with code £132.05 + Free delivery@kitchenscience

PHILIPS HD9220/20 Deep Fat Fryer £139, with code £132.05 + Free [email protected]

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PHILIPS HD9220/20 Deep Fat Fryer
Airfryer''s patented Rapid Air technology enables you to make the tastiest chips that contain up to 80% less fat! Enjoy delicious chips, snacks and meals in a healthy and fast way. It produces less smell and is easy to clean for daily use! ... read less

Standard fryer style
Black Colour
2.2 litres food capacity
Removable dishwasher safe parts
2 year guarantee

8 Comments

I didn't think deep fat fried food was that unhealthy once in a while...these things are just expensive nonsense!

...bet the food doesn't taste anywhere near as good and, after all, that's the point of eating isn't it?

perhaps you should update price to include the discount code as that is guaranteed and mention free delivery too. I had a quick check, it was the best price I could see, have some needed heat.

Seems a good product and a very good price. Amazon reviews are good. Hot from me.

had one on 6 week trial and is very very good - and to see how little oil you have to use is amazing

i will state that you have to trial and error a few bits, but you get there - such as chips - we shake our basket every 5 mins over the 20 min cycle

Original Poster

flyingteddy

perhaps you should update price to include the discount code as that is … perhaps you should update price to include the discount code as that is guaranteed and mention free delivery too. I had a quick check, it was the best price I could see, have some needed heat.



done it, thanks

Krinkle

these things are just expensive nonsense!...bet the food doesn't taste … these things are just expensive nonsense!...bet the food doesn't taste anywhere near as good and, after all, that's the point of eating isn't it?



So let me get this right, you're voicing an opinion on how something tastes when you've NEVER tried it ? (_;)


Edited by: "siadwel" 23rd Feb 2011

I'd never buy one, but still hot for me.

siadwel

So let me get this right, you're voicing an opinion on how something … So let me get this right, you're voicing an opinion on how something tastes when you've NEVER tried it ? (_;)



...so is this thing any good for cooking anything other than chips? I presume there's no way to cook things in fresh batter and most other things I presume can be done in your oven... ...the amazon description mentions it has recipes for quiche and brownies...WTF???

...I'll save my money and use the cooker sitting in my kitchen...fools and their money... ...and if you're thinking of getting one to help you lose weight you'll be better off buying a skipping rope!
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