Power Air Fryer Express 3.2 Litre – Black 759/2078 £49.99 @ Argos Free C+C
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Power Air Fryer Express 3.2 Litre – Black 759/2078 £49.99 @ Argos Free C+C

£49.99£79.9938%Argos Deals
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Expires on 31/12/2018Found 9th Aug
Power
Air Fryer XL is the five-in-one, 3.2 litre capacity Air Fryer that uses
hot air technology and less oil and fat to cook healthier versions of
your favourite fried foods in next to no time. It's a quicker, easier
and cleaner alternative to a deep-fat fryer or conventional oven.
Air-fry, grill, bake, saute and roast – all in one sleek and compact
device. Easy to Set Temperature Controls, TImer with Auto Shut Off.
Large 3.2 Litre non-stick basket with food divider.

  • Variable temperature from 80°C to 200°C.
  • Removable bowl.
  • Rise and fall basket.
  • Permanent odour filter.
  • Oil filter.
  • Safety cut out.
  • Size H39.6, W35.3, D35.3cm.
  • 1500 watts.
  • EAN: 5060191469838.
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Argos stock check, waste of space, stock anywhere?
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Air fryers are amazing....i've been using r.ebay.com/mGN1oG from ebay for almost a year now. chips, chicken wings, nuggets comes out crispy almost like it was deep fried but of course its much healther. I also use it to make cheese on toast, also sausage rolls corn beef pasties, garlic bread comes out crispy like its was baked in an oven.
Edited by: "wingz" 9th Aug
destix14 m ago

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Stalky, stalky, stalky
"Hot air technology"

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Dorchester Argos currently has ONE and Shepherd's Bush has more than 9!
Edited by: "StinkingQuentin" 9th Aug
These a brilliant
I have one of these got i it from tesco direct a few months ago at this price, really pleased with the product, cooks much quicker than putting things in the oven and food tastes good
Bought a Wilko own brand one over a year ago and still going strong (4 litre capacity). Bought it half price at £20 but well worth the usual £40 price tag. I have just bought my Dad one so would have no hesitation in recommending it.
wingz3 h, 21 m ago

Air fryers are amazing....i've been using http://r.ebay.com/mGN1oG from …Air fryers are amazing....i've been using http://r.ebay.com/mGN1oG from ebay for almost a year now. chips, chicken wings, nuggets comes out crispy almost like it was deep fried but of course its much healther. I also use it to make cheese on toast, also sausage rolls corn beef pasties, garlic bread comes out crispy like its was baked in an oven.


Hi how do u make cheese on toast in here? Would u toast one side in the toaster and then add cheese? Looking to buy one and i didnt realise all the things it could do!
Are these sore on electric? Guess they be same as a oven?
Scentastic1 h, 52 m ago

Hi how do u make cheese on toast in here? Would u toast one side in the …Hi how do u make cheese on toast in here? Would u toast one side in the toaster and then add cheese? Looking to buy one and i didnt realise all the things it could do!



The air fryer cooks food really fast, its a mini oven with a strong fan to circulate the air, you can place a slice of bread in the basket at 200C and will be come toast in 2 -3 mins, just pull the basket out half way and add cheese or if you preheat the air fryer you can cook it with the cheese already on the bread.
Edited by: "wingz" 10th Aug
wingz4 h, 47 m ago

The air fryer cooks food really fast, its a mini oven with a strong fan to …The air fryer cooks food really fast, its a mini oven with a strong fan to circulate the air, you can place a slice of bread in the basket at 200C and will be come toast in 2 -3 mins, just pull the basket out half way and add cheese or if you preheat the air fryer you can cook it with the cheese already on the bread.


Thank you
Amazon have it for 59.99 if that helps xx
How did we cook before these? Heat added
Maybe I used mine incorrectly but I was so dissapointed I returned mine the next day. The chips were awful.
It is good to buy one when it only cost me 49.99!
Which Magazine reviewed this one poorly, so I passed on it an ended up buying this one below for the sames price, it seems to be well loved in Amazon comments. Which did not review it however. Fake Spot had concenrs over the comments though, so pinch of salt needed.

amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1
Edited by: "ZapGod" 10th Aug
Is this good for fish and chips?

Kindest regards
Good deal although coincidently I just posted a deal for a 4.2 litre Tefal Air fryer for £60!

Voting this deal hot because its cheaper and easily accessible for most people who want it.
firstofficer3 h, 44 m ago

Is this good for fish and chips?Kindest regards


yes you can but the basket is not that big so depends on the size of fish. or use fish fingers if cooking chips its best to pull the basket out and give it quick shake once so it'll cook evenly.
wingz1 h, 26 m ago

yes you can but the basket is not that big so depends on the size of fish. …yes you can but the basket is not that big so depends on the size of fish. or use fish fingers if cooking chips its best to pull the basket out and give it quick shake once so it'll cook evenly.


Nice one. Might put in chicken wings with battered fries. Better combo.

I'll use palm oil as I heard it gives a nice crunch...

Kindest regards
firstofficer15 m ago

Nice one. Might put in chicken wings with battered fries. Better combo. …Nice one. Might put in chicken wings with battered fries. Better combo. I'll use palm oil as I heard it gives a nice crunch...Kindest regards


that's what i do, kfc style frozen wings with french fries. I usually cook the wings for 3-5 mins then add the fries to cook for another 5 mins. No need to add any oil it'll come out really crispy.
wingz2 m ago

that's what i do, kfc style frozen wings with french fries. I usually cook …that's what i do, kfc style frozen wings with french fries. I usually cook the wings for 3-5 mins then add the fries to cook for another 5 mins. No need to add any oil it'll come out really crispy.



Do you normally coat the chips in batter?

I find the air fryers can make the food a bit dry and that's why I suggest putting a few tablespoons of oil in..

Kindest regards
ahh i use Mcains French Fries which are fried and then frozen so when you cook them the oil helps make it crispy i guess. Never tried home made chips/fries, you'll probably do need to add a couple tablespoon of oil if its too dry.
I bought a 2L version of this back in January when they where £25, and I love it. I rarely cook chips in it, but SAUSAGES come out amazing every time.. chuck up to 6 in, and set for 18 mins. Will never go back to oven/grilling sausages!

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ZapGod10th Aug

Which Magazine reviewed this one poorly, so I passed on it an ended up …Which Magazine reviewed this one poorly, so I passed on it an ended up buying this one below for the sames price, it seems to be well loved in Amazon comments. Which did not review it however. Fake Spot had concenrs over the comments though, so pinch of salt needed.https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0761XLLQR/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1


10% negative reviews and they make for interesting reading!
ZapGod10th Aug

Which Magazine reviewed this one poorly, so I passed on it an ended up …Which Magazine reviewed this one poorly, so I passed on it an ended up buying this one below for the sames price, it seems to be well loved in Amazon comments. Which did not review it however. Fake Spot had concenrs over the comments though, so pinch of salt needed.https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0761XLLQR/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1


CaliBloomers19 h, 14 m ago

10% negative reviews and they make for interesting reading!



Yes those had me worried.
But now I have used this Digital Von Chef a couple of times for oven chips and they were great. Looks very space age in my new kitchen. Great for £50 time will tell
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