Philips HD9220/20 Healthier Oil Free Airfryer - Black £69.99 @ AMAZON
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Philips HD9220/20 Healthier Oil Free Airfryer - Black £69.99 @ AMAZON

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Found 28th May 2016
Price drop again to £69.99 @Amazon UK

Using patented Rapid Air technology, the Philips HD9220 Airfryer enables you to fry, bake, roast and grill tasty snacks and meals. By using little to no oil, the Phillips Air Fryer allows you to control your day to day oil intake.

Easy to clean, safe and economical for daily use, the Airfryer has an integrated timer that allows you to pre-set cooking times of up to 30 minutes. There is also an auto-off function which includes a ready sound indicator, while the fully adjustable temperature control allows you to pre-set the best cooking temperature for your food up to 200 degrees.

The combination of a fast-circulating superheated air, a starfish design and an optimal heating profile lets you fry a variety of delicious meals quickly, easily and more healthily. For added convenience, the removable non-stick coated drawer and the food basket are dishwasher safe for easy cleaning
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What is a food capacity anybody? Model number suggest this is a 2 litre but description says 0.8kg, confused.
Thanks looking for air fryer just order one
Voted hot for price but I prefer the acti-fry
gilford

Voted hot for price but I prefer the acti-fry



What's the difference? I'm undecided what type to buy
Hot!
For some reason, frozen oven chips taste so much better cooked in one of these!

What is a food capacity anybody? Model number suggest this is a 2 litre … What is a food capacity anybody? Model number suggest this is a 2 litre but description says 0.8kg, confused.



It is approx 2L inside, quite tall and narrow basket, could be an issue for some people. 12 minutes for frozen oven chips, and they are better.
fruit_bat

What's the difference? I'm undecided what type to buy



​one of the comment on Amazon reviews..
 bought this to replace a Tefal Actifry. After a few months of use I can say with certainty that this is a far better piece of kit.
Unlike the Tefal Actifry, there's no rotating paddle to smash your chips up - all is required is a shake part way through cooking and you're good to go.
Voted cold, bought this thinking it was a hairdryer. BUT IT WASNT !

You've been warned.
Why not just use a regular oven?
In my opinion the Airfryer is better than the Actifry, but I am only basing that on the fact that I've had chips cooked in an Actifry at a friend's house but I have an Airfryer myself. You can do most things in an Airfryer, not just chips. I cook frozen fish in it too (in with the chips) as well as other things like reduced fat sausages. Can you do that in the Actifry? I don't know.

Anyway, this is a fantastic price! Heat added.
9230/20 is £30 more in currys. Whats better?
I always wanted one of these, people that have one is it good ? Also what do you make ?
fruit_bat

What's the difference? I'm undecided what type to buy



The acti-fry has a rotating paddle and cooks things better, I've had both but stuck with the Tefal, nothing worse than having to shake the food to get it evenly cooked.

At this price though the air fryer is a great buy!

I always wanted one of these, people that have one is it good ? Also what … I always wanted one of these, people that have one is it good ? Also what do you make ?



It's brilliant in my opinion! Heats up in 2 mins and can cook pretty much anything in it. Usually quicker too. Even cakes! Great for those little extras too for when your main oven is full
Edited by: "OneGloveOnTheFence" 28th May 2016
Is this essentially just a micro oven? I thought the mini ovens were much cheaper?
Couldn't live without mine now. If you haven't got one buy one, cooks faster and better tasting stuff you would normally stick in the oven. Easy to clean also.
Went to buy it
Saw an amazon warehouse version £59.88
Happy days! Thx op
Tried finding the dimension of the basket..even on the Philips website... hopefully it's just because in on a phone.

Does plaice and the long frozen cod fit in this?
If you have chips once a week is it really worth it?

9230/20 is £30 more in currys. Whats better?



A quick look 9230 has digital setting. Still 800g.

9230/20 is £30 more in currys. Whats better?


If I am not mistaken the curry's one has a digital screen rather than a rotating dial/knob.
Got one during Black Friday. It's amazing. Healthier option to making chips. Taste like they've been fried, as it says. Really worthwhile. Heat.
Best way to cook oven chips, voted hot!
Is this worth it?
Paid £49 last December for this from Amazon why so much heat? But my wife loves the fryer but not very good deal.

Edited by: "Jaybeam" 28th May 2016
So hard to keep clean

Paid £49 last December for this from Amazon why so much heat? But my wife … Paid £49 last December for this from Amazon why so much heat? But my wife loves the fryer but not very good deal.

Because it was £49 for less than one day from one seller and it hasn't approached that price since.
dsuk

Voted cold, bought this thinking it was a hairdryer. BUT IT WASNT !You've … Voted cold, bought this thinking it was a hairdryer. BUT IT WASNT !You've been warned.



So it's cold because you're and idiot? Or that was a joke?
Great fryer, had it around a year now and wouldn't be without it as its so quick and easy.
Great fryer, had one for months now. The only downside is capacity, only does enough chips for 2 so somebody waiting for theirs. Buy a bigger one if poss. HOT for price though.
Just had offer of £65 from Flubit

Flubit
Edited by: "billiramsay" 28th May 2016
Some ridiculous comments on here about this,in a few words,best thing since sliced bread,it can do several different types of food to an excellent standard,wouldn't be without it,once you have used it you will be hooked.
So much quicker than an oven and more efficient for making small (two people) amounts. Regularly make sweet potato wedges and once made a cheesecake in mine. Well worth it.

So it's cold because you're and idiot? Or that was a joke?



You have to ask if he was joking? Oh dear *facepalm*

Btw if you only use setting one it can be placed upon the head for even hair drying just Remeber to shake halfway through drying to get even crispyness of the strands.
gilford

nothing worse than having to shake the food to get it evenly cooked.



Nope, it's worse than starvation, poverty, disease, terrorism...

Just how lazy are you?! You only need to shake it slightly every five minutes!

Edited by: "squiff" 28th May 2016
Chips taste like chips because they're fatty. Never understood the need for these machines unless you eat a lot of junk.
An airfryer is a brilliant piece of kit, especially if there are just 2 of you.
You can make chips out of 'real' potatoes just by adding a few sprays of oil OR as we do by placing a few ml of Flora cuisine in a bag & shaking up to coat. You can add fish on top - fish always tastes FAR better than cooking any other way - you can taste the fish.
Chicken breasts come out really succulent as does any small joint of meat cooked in it.
TBH we rarely use the oven now as things taste so much better, also take about 2/3rds of the time in the air fryer.
Cleaning is a doddle, usually just wiping the bottom of the container out, unless you cook something really fatty.

The timer went on ours after 2 years but we replaced it immediately as we really didn't want to be without one. You can also make cakes, pastries. It's ideal for heating up Pakoras, spring rolls, bhajis. instead of heating up a huge oven for little amounts.
Just remember to turn it down about 20C and cut the cooking time by about 2/3rds. It certainly saves on the electric bills.
I bought one of these in the Black Friday sale (Tesco £69 I think). I never imagined it would be so good. It's really brilliant. I'm not a terrible junk food eater, but I do like a handful of chips occasionally. I use the McCain ones in the yellow pack. The really chunky McCain ones are good as well.

You can also make lots of random things in it - a toastie, warm a gregg's pastie, part baked bread (I make costco ciabatta in it), garlic bread (slices or ciabatta ones), potato croquettes come out good too. Really good baked potatoes too. I microwave them for 3 or 4 mins, then put them in the airfryer for 25-30 mins. Nice and crispy. I'm veggie, so I'm sure you can think of many more things to make in it!!
Edited by: "lesley74" 28th May 2016
Also bought for £49 at Christmas. Outstanding fryer, would by another without hesitation. I dropped and cracked the front plastic on the basket and Philips were more than helpful sending a replacement without fuss or quibble..
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