Russell Hobbs Health Fryer Purifry £39.99 @ B&M Retail
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Russell Hobbs Health Fryer Purifry £39.99 @ B&M Retail

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Found 16th Aug 2014
I bought one of these in store today checked prices most seem to be £80+. I believe it's in store only. Forgive me if the post isn't great it's my first. Feel free to correct.

Looking for a healthier, tastier, easier way to make the meals you love?

The Purifry from Russell Hobbs uses clever technology to harness the cooking power of pure, fast-circulating air to cook family favourites like chips or chicken nuggets without using oil or fat. The coatings are still crispy and the taste will speak for itself.

There's no messy oil to dispose of and its dishwasher safe too making it quick and easy to clean too.

With the Russell Hobbs Purifry, you can roast, bake or fry a variety of ingredients making it a great multi-purpose addition to any kitchen.

For fast and convenient dinners and snacks, the Purifry heats up quickly and will cook more efficiently than a conventional oven.

Features:

Oil free health fryer
2 litre capacity drawer frying basket
Basket separator for cooking 2 types of foods at once
60 Timer with auto switch off
Variable temp up to 200 degrees C
Versatile appliance for cooking fried potatoes
From fresh or frozen
Meat/veg and a wide variety of other foods and recipes
Dishwasher safe basket
Cool touch handles - non-slip feet
A healthier and odour free way to cook compared to deep frying

20 Comments

Looks a great deal as it seems very similar to the Philips air fryer, cracking for £40

are these any good? was looking at the tefal ones but they are bit more expensive.

Original Poster

I have read the chips are really nice but I haven't used it yet. I'll update you when I do use it unless someone else does in the meantime. Amazon reviews overall looked ok.

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summer4827

are these any good? was looking at the tefal ones but they are bit more … are these any good? was looking at the tefal ones but they are bit more expensive.


The Phillips one is fantastic, I would take a punt at this for £40

Says it's oil free but I thought these devices need a teaspoon of oil per batch to work?

Wow if this is half as good as the Phillips original version, this is a fabulous buy.
Yes it does chips, but I do baked potatoes, roasted vegetables (I bought a small square oven proof dish which fitted inside), apple crumble (in dish), anything you can put in a deep fat fryer whether it is breaded mushrooms, fish fingers etc. I cook meat and fish in foil.
For one or two people this is a fabulous buy. If a larger family perhaps need to go for a bigger machine though.

I have the Philips and find it impossible to get good chips, any ideas??

I was in B&M yesterday looking at these priced at £59.99.Went home to do a bit of research to see how good they were etc. and all the reviews seem quite positive for it. There's also a youtuble clip of someone reviewing it and they were impressed with it also. Would have been gutted if I'd have bought it yesterday.

Non available in Leeds Wakefield or Morley etc. Spoke to someone at the home store and they said it was a discontinued product which the company won't be receiving any more :-(

alanrp123

I have the Philips and find it impossible to get good chips, any ideas??



Depends what the problem is i.e. frozen chips, some soggy/some overcooked means overfilled. Actually, most problems with any chips are overfilled/not shaken enough.

how long does it take to cook a batch of chips in these things?

Tried 3 stores today, no luck in any of them, shame would have tried one at that price

Still stock in connswater store (EAST BELFAST} @ 3pm today

2 left at Trent Vale, Stoke

I bought 2 at Switch Island about 1pm and they still had about 5 left

Gollywood

how long does it take to cook a batch of chips in these things?



Between 20 -30 minutes depending on what temperature you set it at

Just used mine,
bloody love it, Cheers OP.

Just bought one at Saltash, Cornwall.....at least 2 left. Checkout lady said they had been selling loads

alanrp123

I have the Philips and find it impossible to get good chips, any ideas??

buy aunt Bessie's crinkle chips and cook for 10 mins at 200 and you won't buy any other chips, good luck.

I hope itsnot discontinued stock
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