Philips HD9220/20 Healthier Oil Free Airfryer - Black £64.99 @ Amazon
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Philips HD9220/20 Healthier Oil Free Airfryer - Black £64.99 @ Amazon

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Found 18th Dec 2017
Good price for this Philips airfryer before Christmas - on offer elsewhere for around £80+

This is not the latest model but has excellent reviews, good for cooking various items including chips

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Philips HD9220/20 Healthier Oil Free Airfryer - Black £64.99


  • Brand: Philips
  • Code: HD9220/20
  • Dimensions: H31.5 x W28.7 x D38.4cm
  • Capacity: 800g
  • Wattage: 1425W






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cloudary2 m ago

Last year it went to 49.99



Fantastic, my uber guy has a delorean
Got one of these - it's the best thing in the kitchen. Cooks things fast.
Sausages, oven chips, pies, onion bhajis, breaded chicken... even milkshakes* !!




*may not be true
Last year it went to 49.99
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Just what I was looking for! Thanks chanchi can always rely on you
Good price but its the older model.
Why sometimes capacity in grams and sometimes litres!
They try to confuse me at this hour!
Have some heat anyway
Last year it went to 49.99
The get deal link seems broken - should have been amazon.co.uk/Phi…/20
cloudary2 m ago

Last year it went to 49.99



Fantastic, my uber guy has a delorean
Wow good price
Thanks, ordered!
Had this for 5 years and still going strong
I have this and been using it for a year now. I sure I paid less than this but it's worth every penny... real chips are awesome from it.. coat lightly with seasoning and a tiny amount of olive oil and the chips are very healthy.
We have the larger Philips model and can't fault it. At this price it's a bargain.
The other half wants something like this - Anyone recommend this over the Actifry?
Does anybody know how this would compare to the air fryer that Lidl currently have in stock? lidl.co.uk/en/…953
Nearly went for this but need the XL so contemplating getting the Power one but not sure
I also have one and can recommend it. I can’t remember the last time I turned the oven on! For a family you would probably want the larger one, but they are a lot more expensive.
Is it just me or do these bear a startling resemblance to the cheaper no-name air fryers kicking around? I'm wondering if they roll out of the same factory...

Here is my "Netta" model which I bought for £44.99 a few weeks ago:

This is awesome. It is the most used appliance i think in the kitchen.
gill715 h, 37 m ago

I have this and been using it for a year now. I sure I paid less than …I have this and been using it for a year now. I sure I paid less than this but it's worth every penny... real chips are awesome from it.. coat lightly with seasoning and a tiny amount of olive oil and the chips are very healthy.


Carrots and parsnips are brilliant in it!
A healthier way to eat but tastier than baked or toasted cheese sticks and chicken tenders.
Won't replace your oven but this is great for cooking things like chips and fish fingers etc. Also good for crisping up items you have defrosted in the microwave, like frozen yorkshires and roasties. Mine gets tons of use.
Got one last time and it's great. The kids prefer my home made chips to store bought chips. The only down side is the one I have would not do 4 adult portions at the same time, however can work around that. Agree better to go for larger one. However I do like the results....
Got one of these from Tesco for £25 a couple of months ago (it was a store-specific reduction, otherwise I would have posted it as a deal!), and I'm quite impressed with it! However, we've only cooked chips so far...
CrispyColonel2 h, 14 m ago

The other half wants something like this - Anyone recommend this over the …The other half wants something like this - Anyone recommend this over the Actifry?

yes a lot better than actifry. we have a actifry in caravan and a Phillips at home. the actifry has a paddle in it and mushes up food like fish fingers ect, We got our Phillips from Tesco other year in black Friday deal for £49.99
Edited by: "yorkshirerebel" 18th Dec 2017
Got one of these - it's the best thing in the kitchen. Cooks things fast.
Sausages, oven chips, pies, onion bhajis, breaded chicken... even milkshakes* !!




*may not be true
Looked at these bit ended up with the power xxl air fryer which was 99 quid at currys black Friday. It was the bigger 5 litre one in red. It's great zero oil and cooks quick, mess free and tasty.
Should have got one of these years ago.
It cooks enough chips for 6 people in 20 minutes, as in home made ones.
Oh and fresh chicken coated in egg and covered in crushed Doritos cooked in this is a far cheaper and tastier and healthier KFC 👌
Mmmmmmmm...

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I have one of these as a replacement for a busted actifry and personally I don't understand why people like it . Fresh food is either under or overcooked and is only good for frozen chips, nuggets and onion rings.
If you want a cheap fryer go for it but actifry is more versatile than this.
I got the Philips HD9216/41 for £59.99 in a deal on here a few weeks back. Didn’t go as hot as this. What is the difference between models/what has this on got that the other hasn’t
Edited by: "davidmaiden18183" 18th Dec 2017
davidmaiden1818311 m ago

I got the Philips HD9216/41 for £59.99 in a deal on here a few weeks back. …I got the Philips HD9216/41 for £59.99 in a deal on here a few weeks back. Didn’t go as hot as this. What is the difference between models/what has this on got that the other hasn’t


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brum1 h, 8 m ago

Looked at these bit ended up with the power xxl air fryer which was 99 …Looked at these bit ended up with the power xxl air fryer which was 99 quid at currys black Friday. It was the bigger 5 litre one in red. It's great zero oil and cooks quick, mess free and tasty. Should have got one of these years ago.It cooks enough chips for 6 people in 20 minutes, as in home made ones.


You've tried freshly peeled potato chips in there? How did they turn out?
We can do frozen ones but fresh we give them a very light fry in chip pan first.
OneGloveOnTheFence3 m ago

A deal poster with hundreds of followers


Understood, but I don’t know if I should return what I have (it’s an unopened gift) and buy this instead if it’s better.
Got this 2 years ago for £49 from Tesco black Friday...best price I think it's ever been.

Makes great food, just a bit of hassle to clean.
Had this model for what seems like 5-7 years and still going strong. Quick to cook, great results. As with anything there is a learning curve to working out which foods come out best and how long to put it on. The only minor irritation for me is the mechanical timer which if you check the food and find its cooked before its time you have to unplug the mains plug to prevent it continuing cooking until the timer runs down. Perhaps the newer ones are better and allow you to reset the mechanical timer. It's not halogen bulb based but instead has a cooking element so should have better long term reliability without the need to replace a bulb. Good quality plastic too not faded at all still looks almost as new from the outside the only obvious wear is inside as you would expect on the tray. My mother has the electronic version but in all honesty prefer the simplicity of my mechanical timer version. It's like 10 seconds to load and start off
me_lee2 h, 52 m ago

Is it just me or do these bear a startling resemblance to the cheaper …Is it just me or do these bear a startling resemblance to the cheaper no-name air fryers kicking around? I'm wondering if they roll out of the same factory...Here is my "Netta" model which I bought for £44.99 a few weeks ago:[Image]


It's certainly possible but also many designs are copied with the Chinese. If you look at bicycles from China what looks like exactly the same bicycle can be made by dozens of different factories. When one manufacturer sees another manufacturer has a better design they just copy it rather than spend money designing their own. Especially with many factories quite small and run on very slim margins.


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OneGloveOnTheFence11 h, 7 m ago

Fantastic, my uber guy has a delorean


THE POINT IS VERY RELEVANT AS IT'S OBVIOUSLY NOT A GREAT DEAL AT THIS PRICE NOW.
To anyone who owns one,

Ive looked at these air fryers on and off for a few years now and Im worried after research and youtube videos, that these do as good a job as an oven.

What I struggle to look for is whether these can do stuff like breaded/tempura prawns (fresh not frozen) well? Also, will these heat things like pies evenly like an oven rather then those halogen ovens which I find cooks the top quicker?

Thanks!
I got this in the black friday deal a couple of years ago for around £50 This is still a good price for this model. It does a brilliant job and I've used it loads. Chicken, meatballs, chips etc. Awesome and much more healthy. It's just a bit of a bitch to clean so you need to soak.
Laubi0222 m ago

To anyone who owns one, Ive looked at these air fryers on and off for a …To anyone who owns one, Ive looked at these air fryers on and off for a few years now and Im worried after research and youtube videos, that these do as good a job as an oven. What I struggle to look for is whether these can do stuff like breaded/tempura prawns (fresh not frozen) well? Also, will these heat things like pies evenly like an oven rather then those halogen ovens which I find cooks the top quicker?Thanks!



It does a great job with small pieces of meat such as wings, meatballs, sausages etc. I also do drums and thighs but you need to get a couple of spoons in and turn occasionally. I've done larger things like chicken kiev, pork chops too. I'm sure you could do breaded/battered prawns in there if you were careful. They could get stuck to the bottom of the basket but it's a case of trial and error with most things and getting the timing right. You won't regret getting one of these. It prevents messy fat getting splattered around too. Also, it gets up to cooking temp in around three minutes so it's quick and convenient. Just a bit of a pain to clean if you've loaded it up with marinated chicken like I do all the time. :-) Just needs a soak.
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