Tefal Fry Delight FX100040 Low Fat Fryer – White was £84.99, now £54.99 @ Argos
329°Expired

Tefal Fry Delight FX100040 Low Fat Fryer – White was £84.99, now £54.99 @ Argos

£54.99£79.9931%Argos Deals
26
Found 23rd Jun
Cheapest i can find by quite a bit online and gets good reviews across the WWW and good stock about at time of posting, even cheaper if you've got an Argos voucher laying about.

Yes i know you MAY pick it up cheaper instore in B&M a few quid cheaper but i always struggle to find these deals in my local / limited stock

Meet Fry Delight, the low-oil fryer that makes cooking family meals easier and healthier. Its secret is a clever air cooking system called Air Pulse Technology. This uses an upper heating element and a fan to circulate hot air (heated up to 200C) around your food at very high speeds. Optimising the hot airflow in this way ensures heated air surrounds the entire basket. The easy temperature control, plus 30-minute timer with auto-off ensure optimal cooking results, every time.


2966103.jpg


  • 0.8kg food capacity.
  • Variable temperature from 150°C to 200°C.
  • Mechanical timer.
  • Removable bowl.
  • Safety cut out.
  • Size H31.5, W28.2, D37cm.
  • 1450 watts.
  • Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
  • EAN: 3045386375851.
Community Updates

Groups

26 Comments
We’ve had ours for about 18 months, used almost daily. Cracking machine!
Definitely worth buying!!!
Seems quite small? Been looking for a decent sized one as a replacement for a cooker, and seen a few that are 3litre or so for the same price
boonspoon36 m ago

We’ve had ours for about 18 months, used almost daily. Cracking machine!


What do you tend to cook in this other than fries?
dimuc19 m ago

What do you tend to cook in this other than fries?


We use it for pies, batted / breaded fish, jacket potatoes, small pizza, and have managed to bake scones in it. We have a Kindle book on what can be cooked in it.
Why post an affiliate link for a recipe page
dimuc4 h, 48 m ago

What do you tend to cook in this other than fries?



Nearly everything. Burgers, pizzas, chicken nuggets, sausages, cheese toasties, basically anything you'd cook in the oven.
If you have a argos voucher laying about even cheaper, er yeah same could be said about anything.
Edited by: "waterloo" 23rd Jun
Predikuesi6 h, 14 m ago

We use it for pies, batted / breaded fish, jacket potatoes, small pizza, …We use it for pies, batted / breaded fish, jacket potatoes, small pizza, and have managed to bake scones in it. We have a Kindle book on what can be cooked in it.


Any frozen finger foods come out great as if they were fried.
We also use ours to roast nuts, so no more fried salted nuts.
Got this. Its brilliant. Highly recommended.
Processed food cooker!
Invalids8 h, 32 m ago

Processed food cooker!


Nothing stopping you roasting vegetables in it.

I am disabled and can't bend down to my oven at all now and find an air fryer is better than my much more expensive combination microwave for reheating/browning and baking/roasting - as long as it can fit in.
ZazZYo1 h, 19 m ago

What the Heck Is an Air Fryer, and Do I Need One?


It fry’s the air. If you lived fine so far without one then having one isn’t entirely necessary I don’t think.
bargain_hunter7867 m ago

It fry’s the air. If you lived fine so far without one then having one i …It fry’s the air. If you lived fine so far without one then having one isn’t entirely necessary I don’t think.


dont think its a question, but a link..
Predikuesi23 h, 11 m ago

We use it for pies, batted / breaded fish, jacket potatoes, small pizza, …We use it for pies, batted / breaded fish, jacket potatoes, small pizza, and have managed to bake scones in it. We have a Kindle book on what can be cooked in it.


Batted ?...BAT ted...dont you mean...Battered !
electrix201231 m ago

Batted ?...BAT ted...dont you mean...Battered !


No, my wife bowls them to me from the other end of the kitchen and I bat them into the fryer.
Edited by: "Predikuesi" 24th Jun
Are these as good as the actifry cooking wise?, had an actifry for 8-9 yrs good at cooking but Ive replaced the lid and paddle twice over and now it only rotates when it wants to
Edited by: "itsjonboyok" 24th Jun
I've got the Philips Air Fryer and it cooks loads of things wonderfully but I dont actually rate it for chips.

Spring Rolls - Chicken wings - Roasted Veg - Tofu even are all fantastic.

Chips are just too small and dry and always seem to burn at the ends
Just me who thinks chips in this taste like crap?

I'm all for being a bit healthier but maaaaaan this ruins them for me.
Predikuesi24th Jun

No, my wife bowls them to me from the other end of the kitchen and I bat …No, my wife bowls them to me from the other end of the kitchen and I bat them into the fryer.


LMAO ... sorry
These were down to £34.99 in Tesco for ages locally to me.
Can you cook KFC style deep fried, finger licking chicken. :-)
I am crap at using stuff like this. Got a halogen oven thingy a while back and just don't seem to have got the hang of cooking things right in it. Like the idea of this but reckon it would just be gathering dust after burning the life out of everything I tried!
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text