Tefal Actifry on Tesco Direct @ £99 maybe £89 with coupon
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Tefal Actifry on Tesco Direct @ £99 maybe £89 with coupon

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Found 21st Aug 2013
Have not seen this product at £99 for a long time and also with the £10 off £75 coupon, should be £89. Don't know if for new customers or not. Hopefully can us this to get some chips in for the last few BBQs. Looked to be a lot more expensive on other sites

GougeUK
Just be careful with the Tesco ones. I ordered one from them and it turned out to be an older model with a bigger clear section on the lid (50%) the newer model lid is mostly black plastic with a smaller window as shown on both Tesco and Amazon. Tefal advised it was chaned because the earlier version was prone to breaking.

Ended up talking to Tesco who confirmed their stock was all the old one so they collected it and refunded me £10 and I ordered the newer one from Amazon, it arrived late on Prime and Prime membership was extended by a month for free. All in a good result.

G ;-)


If you want to avoid this issue buy this item from Amazon
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- chunkylover

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Original Poster

Coupon code is TDX-HD6P, says it expires on 26/08

How does this compare to the Philips Airfryer?

Just ordered for £89 using voucher.
Been looking for this for under £100 for a long time.
Good spot.7Heat added.

Ordered thank you.

What do you cook in these things? Ive never found the need for a dep fat fryer, what do you do in it?

It's a health fryer ! Only uses a little bit off oil

I"ll give you heat for being a town fan

The code is suitable for everybody - not just new customers.

good price,been wanting one but still cant bring myself to pay £90 for chips!

i got one of these the first one broke after a year and a bit and had to buy another but it is a brilliant bit of kit i use mine to heat pies pasties etc up and it cooks sausages to perfection also stirfrys i use it for chips now and again and found it takes a while for them to cook

mrjoez

How does this compare to the Philips Airfryer?


philips airfryer is much better imo. you dont need oil in the philips, and it doesn't break or melt like the actifry. Ive cooked literally everything in the airfryer and always had good results.

Making chips in these is a PITA.

You have to chip the potatoes and put them in cold water for half an hour before putting them in the actifry.

Palava.

How good are these things after a while.

Alot of people praise them on first use, but you go read most reviews after a year or so and people complain that they break/melt/burn and Tefal dont repair or replace them?

Be very careful. After about 1 6 months mine flared up and melted , lots of smoke etc. Tefal refused to refund or replace as year was up. They also refused to accept that there was a problem. Have a look at some of the reviews for this product on Amazon.

martinelsen

Making chips in these is a PITA. You have to chip the potatoes and put … Making chips in these is a PITA. You have to chip the potatoes and put them in cold water for half an hour before putting them in the actifry. Palava.



We love our Actifry - sounds like you need some oven chips, no?

steven3367

i got one of these the first one broke after a year and a bit and had to … i got one of these the first one broke after a year and a bit and had to buy another but it is a brilliant bit of kit i use mine to heat pies pasties etc up and it cooks sausages to perfection also stirfrys i use it for chips now and again and found it takes a while for them to cook


Surely a stirfry would be quicker and easier using a pan and hob? Yes it might use slightly more oil, but you'll burn off calories by stirring it.

I can't get my head around why these would be better then a halogen oven.

steven3367

i got one of these the first one broke after a year and a bit and had to … i got one of these the first one broke after a year and a bit and had to buy another but it is a brilliant bit of kit i use mine to heat pies pasties etc up and it cooks sausages to perfection also stirfrys i use it for chips now and again and found it takes a while for them to cook



Pies and Pasties!!?? you gotta be kidding me! didn't the stirrer mash them to pieces!?

We had one, got lots of use, but parts broke. Parts can be bought via ebay etc. Been waiting for a deal to buy a new one, looks like this is it!

Banned

halifax2

Tefal refused to refund or replace as year was up.



That would be because your claim should have been against the vendor that sold you it...

So do they do roast potatoes like a deep fat fryer? Are these just the same? X

andyb83

philips airfryer is much better imo. you dont need oil in the philips, … philips airfryer is much better imo. you dont need oil in the philips, and it doesn't break or melt like the actifry. Ive cooked literally everything in the airfryer and always had good results.



No you haven't.

wish123simp123

So do they do roast potatoes like a deep fat fryer? Are these just the … So do they do roast potatoes like a deep fat fryer? Are these just the same? X



Yes, they will do anything you can cook in an oven or deep fat fryer.

Try putting cajun spice on your chips/wedges when theyre cooking.......lovely

Won't touch teflon stuff. Does the airfryer use teflon?

These seem like a good idea but far too many people are reporting that they break down for me to spend 90 quid on one, warranty or not.

Does anyone know how this compares to the Breville Halo Health fryer for £79

furbix

Won't touch teflon stuff. Does the airfryer use teflon?


I think teflon is great, I've stuck with it for years

Editor

My mum loves her Actifry .... this is a very good price!

Possible 4.54% cashback via Topcashback?

martinelsen

Making chips in these is a PITA. You have to chip the potatoes and put … Making chips in these is a PITA. You have to chip the potatoes and put them in cold water for half an hour before putting them in the actifry. Palava.



I'm not quite sure why you put them in cold water for half an hour, I've never ever done this and it makes perfect chips every time.

Try mixing all the chips around in a little nandos sauce as well for a bit of a kick

andyb83

philips airfryer is much better imo. you dont need oil in the philips, … philips airfryer is much better imo. you dont need oil in the philips, and it doesn't break or melt like the actifry. Ive cooked literally everything in the airfryer and always had good results.



Exactly the same as this in other words? How did you get on cooking fresh chips with no oil?


furbix

Won't touch teflon stuff. Does the airfryer use teflon?

Flibbitygibbit

Does anyone know how this compares to the Breville Halo Health fryer for … Does anyone know how this compares to the Breville Halo Health fryer for £79



Brrrrrrrrr tish!



They all work in the same way, so you'll not really go too wrong with any of them.

superb, got a discount code for tesco direct too! HOT!

My sister has one of these it takes absolutely ages to make chips and only small portions. Without sounding preachy if u want to eat healthier just don't eat chips. She paid £129 from a shopping channel but wishes she had just bought oven chips instead of wasting money on this product.

3 average portions of 12mm chips take 40 mins to cook you need a bit of workspace as it does give off a bit of heat

dodgymix

I"ll give you heat for being a town fan


Me too

Out of stock?

When looking at these Currys sales staff advised me not to buy one as they are sick of them getting returned with broken paddles.

currys/pc world has £50off all air fryers this weekend

good deal, i love my actifry.
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