Philips HD9220/50 Airfryer was £179 now £69 @ Tesco Direct and in store..
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Philips HD9220/50 Airfryer was £179 now £69 @ Tesco Direct and in store..

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Found 1st Apr 2015
Got the black one last year for same price during black Friday. Some Tesco stores sold Russell Hobbs £39 earlier in the year: but not everyone could get it at that ridiculous price.
Currently online @ Tesco direct @ £69.You can useTesco Clubcard voucher if you have any.
This is also available in store.Thanks to ScarletPimpernel.

Now sold out online - instore only

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I would recommend a halogen oven over this

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Orcinus_orca

I would recommend a halogen oven over this



Nope, I have both.This is 100% perfect for chips than halogen oven.(My personal opinion)

I haven't used the airfryer.. Is it definitely better than the halogen oven?

need the black one to be at this price, white doesnt go with rest of my kitchen electricals.

Orcinus_orca

I haven't used the airfryer.. Is it definitely better than the halogen … I haven't used the airfryer.. Is it definitely better than the halogen oven?


If you got one, then you wouldn't replace your halogen oven. They both have pros and cons (same with Actifry vs Airfry).

If you got space then I'd have this and the halogen oven, especially at this price!

I still think its too dear lol. Its just a mini oven with a fancy name.

Have had one of these for 2 years now and can't do without it, fantastic product !!!!!

ordered cheers

Brilliant for cooking Sausages!!

Although isn't this the older model with the sometimes problematic dial timer...?
Edited by: "Uridium" 2nd Apr 2015

Original Poster

Uridium

Brilliant for cooking Sausages!!Although isn't this the older model with … Brilliant for cooking Sausages!!Although isn't this the older model with the sometimes problematic dial timer...?



I don't have problem with mine though.

Orcinus_orca

I haven't used the airfryer.. Is it definitely better than the halogen … I haven't used the airfryer.. Is it definitely better than the halogen oven?



Have used both, Air fryer wins by miles

Orcinus_orca

I still think its too dear lol. Its just a mini oven with a fancy name.


No its not, it blasts hot air under some pressure aqt the food cooking it faster

What's better anyone the philips or the delonghi multifry ?

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JellybearXo

What's better anyone the philips or the delonghi multifry ?



I have Philips , so can't say of delonghi.

god,i dont really want one of these but will more than likely buy one...sure there is a £15 off £60 spend code on HUKD at the minute too.

Group on have these on for same price too

Just bought one for Father's Day.Got mine really cheap at xmas and wouldn't be without it.My Dad will love it.

1616french

god,i dont really want one of these but will more than likely buy … god,i dont really want one of these but will more than likely buy one...sure there is a £15 off £60 spend code on HUKD at the minute too.


Can you give me link to code?Can't find one anywhere.

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MEGAONE

Just bought one for Father's Day.Got mine really cheap at xmas and … Just bought one for Father's Day.Got mine really cheap at xmas and wouldn't be without it.My Dad will love it.



I'm sure he'll be gutted....bit like when my wife bought me a veg steamer and a pair of steel toe capped boots for christmas...

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1616french

god,i dont really want one of these but will more than likely buy … god,i dont really want one of these but will more than likely buy one...sure there is a £15 off £60 spend code on HUKD at the minute too.



Is there?

I use it everyday. perfect for anything. raw meat to fish fingers to pizza and fries

I was fan of George foreman grill but not anymore

Think the code is on groceries...

I don't know how peeps can use these fryers every day,they make your house smell like a cafe.

Is it just me who can't stand the smell of chips etc cooking,I light candles and can still notice the smell the next day X)

ooh I bought this from Amazon for £99 about a month ago

If you have a halogen oven already, this thing makes making chips almost as easy as a airfryer -> http://engagenow.net/wp-content/uploads/andrew-james-halogen-oven-air-fryer-attachment-in-stock-1.jpg

Have this model in black.....wonderful with lots of uses....not sure but presumably economical versus regular oven or fryer. Less cooking odours too.

shareef

If you have a halogen oven already, this thing makes making chips almost … If you have a halogen oven already, this thing makes making chips almost as easy as a airfryer ->


Where do you get this attachment??

shareef

If you have a halogen oven already, this thing makes making chips almost … If you have a halogen oven already, this thing makes making chips almost as easy as a airfryer ->


I got one, only used it once as really didn't notice that much difference over using the halogen without it and it takes up a lot of storage space!

alanrp123

Where do you get this attachment??


Got mine off amazon

Seeing others saying it's about the same as a halogen oven if I didn't get on with that then is it worth getting this ? I suspect not but Id be interested to hear how others got on

has anyone tried cooking home made samosa's, spring rolls and or kachori's in this, not from frozen?

wondering if the pastry is soft will still be ok....
Edited by: "simba2585" 2nd Apr 2015

how does this compare to the actifry?

I got this 2 years ago, still use it regularly

simba2585

has anyone tried cooking home made samosa's, spring rolls and or … has anyone tried cooking home made samosa's, spring rolls and or kachori's in this, not from frozen?wondering if the pastry is soft will still be ok....



This is a great machine but does have limitations. Have tried samosas and spring rolls and to be honest they're not as good as fried. The pastry's too dry.

Having stated the above I have bought 5 Airfryers for friends and myself and everybody can't recommed it enough. Great on chips, fish fingers, naan bread, scampi, salmon, chicken, pizza slices etc.

Sometimes have two on the go for different items cooking and use them nearly every day.

One bonus is the pre-heating. Only 3 minutes in the Airfryer compared with 10+ in an oven.

Buy a small cake tin for a few pounds and use inside it and can be used for curry's etc.

Bargain for £69 but it does come down to this price occassionally.

Edited by: "solomongrundy" 2nd Apr 2015

dont buy this or a halogen oven...save yourself the misery and just buy a actifry its amazing ....

copthis1

I'm sure he'll be gutted....bit like when my wife bought me a veg steamer … I'm sure he'll be gutted....bit like when my wife bought me a veg steamer and a pair of steel toe capped boots for christmas...


Nah he'll be over the moon.Dads nickname could be Mr Practical.Got him a gorgeous dressing gown one year and he exchanged it next day for a knife block.;)
Edited by: "MEGAONE" 2nd Apr 2015

Looks rather big but with a smallish basket

Use mine all the time, frozen chips, garlic bread, part baked bread, onion rings all come our great. The cooking times are also much faster than a regular oven. McCain French fries are brill in this machine and only take about 8 minutes to cook and that's without preheating it.

pcfarrar

Use mine all the time, frozen chips, garlic bread, part baked bread, … Use mine all the time, frozen chips, garlic bread, part baked bread, onion rings all come our great. The cooking times are also much faster than a regular oven. McCain French fries are brill in this machine and only take about 8 minutes to cook and that's without preheating it.



I have a Whirpool microwave that has a special "crisp plate" that cooks food like an oven does,it crisps them up.

So I can cook a frozen Garlic baguette in 3.5 mins & frozen pizza in about 6.5 mins etc & less smell than the airfryer I have,can't believe nobody notices the smell X)
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