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

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Found 17th Nov 2016
Fab price for a great product, now and again goes down to this price but doesnt last long at it , so grab whilst u can

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49.99 last year so gonna hold out for black Friday

I got the digital dial one last year. Great little fan oven. Beats my gas oven in time.

Make sure to get a decent degreaser (oven cleaner), this thing does start packing up the dry grease quick.

I've always wondered about these, but worry it will be another george foreman grill, which tends to sit unused for the vast majority of the time.
Good price if you'll use it, but the comment about it being even cheaper on Black Friday makes me think it's better to wait and see.

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davidrobertedwards

I've always wondered about these, but worry it will be another george … I've always wondered about these, but worry it will be another george foreman grill, which tends to sit unused for the vast majority of the time.Good price if you'll use it, but the comment about it being even cheaper on Black Friday makes me think it's better to wait and see.


Can't predict future mate, and so many times past one off deals don't get repeated. If it drops in price for black Friday, then return it for refund, amazon return period in festive period is till end of January.

tdk2bu

49.99 last year so gonna hold out for black Friday


It was actually £49.00 on the 27th Nov-sorry to be pedantic but agree not a particular good deal think Amazon are pulling a fast one.

Dhiraj1

Can't predict future mate, and so many times past one off deals don't get … Can't predict future mate, and so many times past one off deals don't get repeated. If it drops in price for black Friday, then return it for refund, amazon return period in festive period is till end of January.


Amazon was doing this price a week or so ago

I bought at this price a year ago before it went down to 49 or 50 pounds for black Friday. When the price was reduced I rang them and asked whether they wanted me to return it and buy another at the cheaper price. As a one off they refunded the difference.

This seems to happen a lot so I would think you would be fine even if the price is reduced.

Jaybeam

It was actually £49.00 on the 27th Nov-sorry to be pedantic but agree not … It was actually £49.00 on the 27th Nov-sorry to be pedantic but agree not a particular good deal think Amazon are pulling a fast one.



​lol no worries dude. Let's hope they do it this year as I might buy it

davidrobertedwards

I've always wondered about these, but worry it will be another george … I've always wondered about these, but worry it will be another george foreman grill, which tends to sit unused for the vast majority of the time.Good price if you'll use it, but the comment about it being even cheaper on Black Friday makes me think it's better to wait and see.



​My George foreman grill is used every so often as it's a hassle to get out make space then clean.

I find myself using the air fryer often (almost daily) to make things like chips, chicken, sausages and the likes.

Throw on the timer and heat level put food in and walk off for 5 mins come back shake basket and repeat.

I couldn't live without it.

The camel camel camel page I have setup also sent me an email about this. They haven't recorded it as having been at £49 but I take your word for it.
Edited by: "barneyonion" 17th Nov 2016

barneyonion

The camel camel camel page I have setup also sent me an email about this. … The camel camel camel page I have setup also sent me an email about this. They haven't recorded it as having been at £49 but I take your word for it.


Camel doesn't record Black Friday deals

I accidentally posted this deal too and it's now been removed. Sadly the heat I got wasn't transferred here (I have asked mods if they can do that). Sorry Dhiraj1. :-(

Also in answer to others who asked on my post:

@reahanddavies Yep, we cook nuggets, fish fingers and have even cooked chicken breasts. 

It's not mega-science as essentially it's a mini connection oven BUT it cooks the food in much less time and seems to keep it more moist.

BTW the best chips to use (if you don't want to make your own) are Aldi French fries. Cook for 12-13 mins from frozen and they are PERFECT. Golden, crispy and fluffy inside. Way better than other oven cooking. And no added fat! 
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