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Posted 2nd Jan 2019Edited by:"MrBaz"

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  • Special design to drain excess fat from food during cooking
  • Recipe booklet full of inspiring world recipes
  • With the Airfryer you can fry, grill, roast and even bake
  • Digital screen for easy control of time and temperature. Non-slip feet
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Easy enough to clean, as per the other comments. If you are really lazy like me, you can buy small ceramic dishes and cook your food in them; this assumes that the inner basket can be separated from the outer unit, as per what i can do with my Phillips unit. This works particularly well for sausages, as they are cooking in their own fat and obviously the ceramic dish is very easy to clean. I wouldn’t do chips like this though.
I got my ceramic dishes from pound land, or something like.
Edited by: "smallsteve" 2nd Jan 2019
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I bought this on cyber Monday and highly recommend it 👌
What’s the best way of cleaning these ?
wakkaday3 m ago

What’s the best way of cleaning these ?


Elbow grease
parmzz13 m ago

I bought this on cyber Monday and highly recommend it 👌


How much is it on cyber Monday?
Around £115
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Just the thing for my "post festive season" diet
wakkaday4 h, 56 m ago

What’s the best way of cleaning these ?


Internal basket ect is dishwasher safe (eg your wife can wash it!)
I just stick it under hot tap fill with soapy water and let it stand a bit then give it a good scrub round with washing up brush, I bit of a pain but worth it.
We have this fryer and would definitely recommend. Great results on all suitable foods. Much easier to clean than a grill pan, just soak for 5 mins in soapy water - left over from cleaning the rest of the dishes, and a quick wipe with a scouring sponge. Gets cleaned after around 4 uses , depending on what's been cooked. With messy things like burgers always cleaned straight after use.
Easy enough to clean, as per the other comments. If you are really lazy like me, you can buy small ceramic dishes and cook your food in them; this assumes that the inner basket can be separated from the outer unit, as per what i can do with my Phillips unit. This works particularly well for sausages, as they are cooking in their own fat and obviously the ceramic dish is very easy to clean. I wouldn’t do chips like this though.
I got my ceramic dishes from pound land, or something like.
Edited by: "smallsteve" 2nd Jan 2019
2 minds. We currently use 2 of the normal size 0.8kg air fryers. This xl one is 1.2kg. So effectively not as big as 2. But looks good.
FMCHAOS02/01/2019 12:08

2 minds. We currently use 2 of the normal size 0.8kg air fryers. This xl …2 minds. We currently use 2 of the normal size 0.8kg air fryers. This xl one is 1.2kg. So effectively not as big as 2. But looks good.


Yeah, Wish mine was the bigger one and I am cooking for one! Obviously you’re issue is slightly different though.
smallsteve02/01/2019 12:18

Yeah, Wish mine was the bigger one and I am cooking for one! Obviously …Yeah, Wish mine was the bigger one and I am cooking for one! Obviously you’re issue is slightly different though.


One of the only kitchen gadgets we bought that gets good use. They're great. Prob stick with the 2 seperates as it does give good flexibility. When they give up the ghost will go for the XL. Hopefully see price like this again in the future.
FMCHAOS02/01/2019 12:44

One of the only kitchen gadgets we bought that gets good use. They're …One of the only kitchen gadgets we bought that gets good use. They're great. Prob stick with the 2 seperates as it does give good flexibility. When they give up the ghost will go for the XL. Hopefully see price like this again in the future.


Silly me! I didn’t realise this was the Philips model, hence my comment, as mine doesn’t have the digital display.

I often wonder whether the cheaper models you can get from places such as Lidl, are essentially just as good!? When mine gives up the ghost, I am going to take a punt on one of those.

Agree about the usefulness of these things and i use mine every day. Can’t remember the last time I use my gas cooker.
Edited by: "smallsteve" 2nd Jan 2019
smallsteve02/01/2019 12:51

Silly me! I didn’t realise this was the Philips model, hence my comment, a …Silly me! I didn’t realise this was the Philips model, hence my comment, as mine doesn’t have the digital display.I often wonder whether the cheaper models you can get from places such as Lidl, are essentially just as good!? When mine gives up the ghost, I am going to take a punt on one of those.Agree about the usefulness of these things and i use mine every day. Can’t remember the last time I use my gas cooker.


One of the consumer programs tested a few of these devices and the Phillips came up trumps. I guess a punt on a cheaper one might be worth it. But I think the Phillips is defo one case of you get what u pay for.
FMCHAOS02/01/2019 14:18

One of the consumer programs tested a few of these devices and the …One of the consumer programs tested a few of these devices and the Phillips came up trumps. I guess a punt on a cheaper one might be worth it. But I think the Phillips is defo one case of you get what u pay for.


I hear what you are saying, but these things are essentially a timer and a halogen bulb and so how much different can the cheaper ones be?
TY MR BAZ ordered hopefully a good purchase by the sound of the comments never used an air fryer before.
smallsteve02/01/2019 14:27

I hear what you are saying, but these things are essentially a timer and a …I hear what you are saying, but these things are essentially a timer and a halogen bulb and so how much different can the cheaper ones be?


These have heating element you must be thinking of a Halogen oven (air fryer ) these are much better than Halogen oven's even the cheaper copy's off Philips air fryers are really good
0scar22242 m ago

These have heating element you must be thinking of a Halogen oven (air …These have heating element you must be thinking of a Halogen oven (air fryer ) these are much better than Halogen oven's even the cheaper copy's off Philips air fryers are really good



No, I am definitely thinking of these units because I have the smaller model with the manual timer. Also, Halogen ovens and air fryers use the same technology to heat food.
Anyway without wishing to get bogged down further in the technical stuff, I was generalising to make a point i.e. there is not much to these and so therefore I doubt that there is very much difference between the cheaper models and the more expensive models such as this one. Only speculation of course, but time will tell!
How is this better value than this £40 from B&M?
smallsteve8 h, 0 m ago

I hear what you are saying, but these things are essentially a timer and a …I hear what you are saying, but these things are essentially a timer and a halogen bulb and so how much different can the cheaper ones be?


I guess it's in the design and quality of components. But I've not looked into it that well. I think a lot of other makes have come out since we bought our first Phillips air fryer. So maybe some of the cheaper ones are as good.
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