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Tefal Easy Fry 4.2l XL Health Fryer £44 at Tesco Extra Chorley
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Tefal Easy Fry 4.2l XL Health Fryer £44 at Tesco Extra Chorley

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Posted 1st JanAvailable: North West (Lancashire)

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The Tefal Easy Fry 4.2l XL Health Fryer EY2018 is showing at £66 in Tesco (which is already a reasonable price in my opinion) but is scanning at £44.

I bought mine from Tesco Extra Chorley.
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Best gadget since the microwave oven, in My opinion.
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These were this price on black Friday. In my local,the digital ones are £66.
Best gadget since the microwave oven, in My opinion.
Can confirm just purchased from Tesco near me, listed at £66and scanned through at £44!
violetd01/01/2020 15:22

These were this price on black Friday. In my local,the digital ones are …These were this price on black Friday. In my local,the digital ones are £66.


Yeah they are reduced from £99
Jon4kel01/01/2020 15:26

Best gadget since the microwave oven, in My opinion.


Agreed, the original Philips ones at least.
really good price
£39 for black Friday
I tried to get one a few weeks ago from my local for this price but could not find any. I ended up ordering for £49.99 from beales.co.uk/ey2…tml
Ive had two of these. Like all air fryers theyre up their with Microwaves, toasters and kettles as must have kitchen gadgets however there seems to be a design fault with this particular model where a fan component malfunctions and drops into the basket. It happened to mine after 3 months and Ive heard from other owners theyve had the same experience. Im on my second unit but i bought mine from Currys with a 3yr instant replacement warranty so Im not worried but i may opt for a different model next time if it fails again.
Went to my local Tesco and picked one of these up. It scanned at £66. On closer inspection, the one I had bought was the digital one. The one in the picture has a control dial.
b1g1an01/01/2020 15:37

Agreed, the original Philips ones at least.


Whats so good about them?

Just cook ur chips in the oven....?
oldskoolpug03/01/2020 23:20

Whats so good about them? Just cook ur chips in the oven....?


Presumably you don't have a microwave either as you can do everything they can do in your oven or on the job too?

Seriously though, they're much quicker, use significantly less power and generally cook things better too.
b1g1an04/01/2020 00:04

Presumably you don't have a microwave either as you can do everything they …Presumably you don't have a microwave either as you can do everything they can do in your oven or on the job too?Seriously though, they're much quicker, use significantly less power and generally cook things better too.


The only time i use a micro is to heat beans porridge or leftovers


Im honestly dont know what i would cook in this, i do cook chips like once a month,,

What else can you cook in it ?
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