TEFAL AH950840 ActiFry Express XL Fryer (Black) @ £114.99 @ Currys
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TEFAL AH950840 ActiFry Express XL Fryer (Black) @ £114.99 @ Currys

£114.99Currys Deals
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Found 7th Jan 2016
Cheapest price I've seen lately for the Actifry Express.

This is an online price (instore is £169.99) but you can get free home delivery or order online and collect in store for the lower price

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This model can be got for this price regularly from amazon.co.uk

Original Poster

brophylad

This model can be got for this price regularly from amazon.co.uk



amazon were selling this for £159.00 earlier today but they have just price matched

Typical! Our actifry went off earlier this week and the cheapest I saw those was £159, ended up with the breville halo plus from Argos for £99

What's difference between the Tefal Actifry and the Actifry Express????

rporteo

Typical! Our actifry went off earlier this week and the cheapest I saw … Typical! Our actifry went off earlier this week and the cheapest I saw those was £159, ended up with the breville halo plus from Argos for £99



Out of interest how does the Halo compare to the Actifry? I was mulling between the two myself. I need a unit large enough to cook for two.

Also, a question for anyone who has used these devices before, does food/chips really come close to tasting fried? I use a great halogen oven but often find the food tastes a little dry.

FrugalFergal

Out of interest how does the Halo compare to the Actifry? I was mulling … Out of interest how does the Halo compare to the Actifry? I was mulling between the two myself. I need a unit large enough to cook for two.


A lot quieter with a lot less smell, chips are the only things I've done it it do far and they taste pretty much the same

FrugalFergal

Also, a question for anyone who has used these devices before, does … Also, a question for anyone who has used these devices before, does food/chips really come close to tasting fried? I use a great halogen oven but often find the food tastes a little dry.



​Having used these devices before, I would have to disagree (a little) with rporteo. These units (by design) use considerably less oil to "fry" your chips. As such, they will no way taste the same as a "full fat chip", but I would say, roughly halfway between a baked potato to a fully fried chip. Therefore, if you can live with the change of taste and texture, you will most definitely gain from the healthy benefits of using less oil to cook your food.

dealomatic

​Having used these devices before, I would have to disagree (a little) w … ​Having used these devices before, I would have to disagree (a little) with rporteo. These units (by design) use considerably less oil to "fry" your chips. As such, they will no way taste the same as a "full fat chip", but I would say, roughly halfway between a baked potato to a fully fried chip. Therefore, if you can live with the change of taste and texture, you will most definitely gain from the healthy benefits of using less oil to cook your food.


He asked how it compared to the actifry not deep fried chips

rporteo

He asked how it compared to the actifry not deep fried chips



​Sorry, I confused your comparison with the two devices mentioned. FrugalFergal in a later post also asked about how chips taste cooked in these machines compared to the typical fried variety.

The breville has gone back! Last 2 lots of chips I tried were cooked in the outside but hard and cold in the inside, they were in for 35 minutes as well! Stick with the tefal

None left online

Out of stock and £199 when it is in stock.:(

the tefal outlet in the lowry is where I got my xl from £99 bargain
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