R2D2 has a love child. De'Longhi FH1130 Young Multifry Air Fryer 1.5 ltr £69 @ Hughes
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R2D2 has a love child. De'Longhi FH1130 Young Multifry Air Fryer 1.5 ltr £69 @ Hughes

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Found 20th Jan
The Delonghi FH1130 is a Multifry Air Fryer which has a food capacity of up to 1.5kg of fresh potatoes and 1.25kg of frozen potatoes without adding oil. If you do decide you only need 14ml for 1 kg of fresh potatoes.

The F1130 is also a Multi-cooker for not only cooking fresh potatoes & frozen potatoes but also fish, meat and much more. With the excellent surround Heating System (SHS), to guarantee excellent cooking performance allowing food to be crispy outside and tasty and juicy inside.

With rapid cooking, time saving feature means you can have 1kg of frozen potatoes in around 27mins. With the Upper tubular sheathed heating element for convection and grill cooking along with Automatic mixing process, a removable mixing paddle which gives the possibility to either cook in a static way which is handy for delicate food or to mix food during the cooking process.

Thanks to the non-stick and anti-scratch ceramic coating treatment on the Bowl it is easy to clean whilst the big viewing window allows food to be checked during the cooking process.
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No stock for delivery and nearest store to me with stock is 121 miles away
I find this better than the actifry
Heat for the R2D2 ref.
Darzen1 h, 47 m ago

I find this better than the actifry


To be fair anything is better than that tefal burnt plastic crap. Philips airfryer is the best imo
Have one of these and think they're great, after two Tefal Actifry's broke down just out of warranty period I wasn't going to invest in another one of these machines but thankfully this is still working fine. A steal at this price...if you can get one!
I've had the tefal activity (X2) Phillips air fryer and the model up from this and in my opinion, the de longhi is the best. The tefals are fragile. The Phillips is good, but not quite as versatile and these are well built and cook better.
jan3 gives you £3 off a £50+ spend. Nearest one to me is 173 miles away :O
I dont like Star Wars but this made me chuckle 1+
What a come down dad saves the galaxy and the offspring now make chips.....how the mighty have fallen
Do these cook any better than just banging a tray of chips in the oven? It says on the product pAge that it can do 1kg of frozen chips in 27 minutes. I can do that in a fan oven in 20 or less. So what is so good about Air Fryers (as someone whose main use would bE chips or frozen chips). Does it taste better?
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ra7862 m ago

Do these cook any better than just banging a tray of chips in the oven? It …Do these cook any better than just banging a tray of chips in the oven? It says on the product pAge that it can do 1kg of frozen chips in 27 minutes. I can do that in a fan oven in 20 or less. So what is so good about Air Fryers (as someone whose main use would bE chips or frozen chips). Does it taste better?


Takeaways closed? Hungry? I feel your pain brother
May the force be with you OP. HEAT
This is not the Actifrier you are looking for
Enter jan3 to reduce the price by £3
i dislike oven chips but love proper ones - what do these taste like?
Clowance2 h, 46 m ago

i dislike oven chips but love proper ones - what do these taste like?


Same here, frozen chips are horrible I'd like to know how this handles real ones too, we're thinking of switching to an air fryer soon.
“With rapid cooking, time saving feature means you can have 1kg of frozen potatoes in around 27mins”

I thought it was suppose to cook!
Banned
Makes good chips but takes over half an hour to get the chips yo brown so a bit disappointing.
ra78613 h, 38 m ago

Do these cook any better than just banging a tray of chips in the oven? It …Do these cook any better than just banging a tray of chips in the oven? It says on the product pAge that it can do 1kg of frozen chips in 27 minutes. I can do that in a fan oven in 20 or less. So what is so good about Air Fryers (as someone whose main use would bE chips or frozen chips). Does it taste better?


Not everybody has a fan oven, and these heat up tp temp in less time, not sure of wattage for cooking in fan oven but these are cheaper in the fact they heat up less space plus in my Phillips I can cook rwa potatoe chips in 15 to 20 minutes depending on how thick I cut them, but mine won't make frozen potatoes as the element gets too hot to freeze things
Heat for the title!
soldierboy0015 h, 38 m ago

Not everybody has a fan oven, and these heat up tp temp in less time, not …Not everybody has a fan oven, and these heat up tp temp in less time, not sure of wattage for cooking in fan oven but these are cheaper in the fact they heat up less space plus in my Phillips I can cook rwa potatoe chips in 15 to 20 minutes depending on how thick I cut them, but mine won't make frozen potatoes as the element gets too hot to freeze things


What does the part mean element gets too hot to freeze
Clowance10 h, 23 m ago

i dislike oven chips but love proper ones - what do these taste like?


They aren't as good as normal fried chips o if that's what u mean good for potatoes if u want them roasted or chicken fish etc. Plus they take longer than a fryer
Tempted. Been close to buying an actifry a few times recently. Looks like 2.5% Quidco too.
These are very good for frozen oven chips. I got the larger version last year when Tesco had them on offer for £49.
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