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Tefal Oleoclean Pro Fryer, (5 Portions), 3.5 Litre, 2300 W - £75 @ Amazon
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Tefal Oleoclean Pro Fryer, (5 Portions), 3.5 Litre, 2300 W - £75 @ Amazon

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Posted 8th Jun

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Spur of the moment purchase! This is the best price according to camelcamelcamel. Very good reviews on this also. Everything goes in the dishwasher for cleaning which is a must in my house!

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"Product Description








Tefal's Oleoclean Pro 3.5L fryer will allow you to cook





delicious fried dishes in the most convenient way. The Oleoclean Pro can





be fully dismantled, which makes cleaning very easy and the bowl,





basket and lid are all dishwasher safe. The viewing window and





temperature control let you stay in command of the cooking and its large





3.5L oil and 1.2kg food capacities will allow you to enjoy delicious





chips, onion rings, doughnuts or breaded prawns for the entire family. •





Sleek stainless steel, semi professional fryer with a large 1.2kg food





capacity and 2300W power • Patented automatic oil filtration system with





automatic oil drainage system • Permanent odor filter helps control





odors for more comfort when cooking • Lid with viewing window to help





maintain control over the cooking without opening the lid • Minimal oil





absorption thanks to an advanced oil temperature heating system which





provides the ideal frying temperature to help seal the food's exterior





for healthier fried foods • Easy to move around your kitchen thanks to





its carrying handles • Can be fully dismantled; the bowl, basket and lid





are all removable and dishwasher safe, which ensures washing up is a





breeze






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classygear08/06/2019 09:42

Guess it would be a gimmick if you like carbonised and potentially …Guess it would be a gimmick if you like carbonised and potentially carcinogenic black bits stuck to your food


mmmm car-cin-o-genic

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If this is the 2nd largest one I have this one (did get the smaller one first, but it was too small for a family of 4).

The cleaning system is an excellent idea.

Don't do chips too often, but when I do this is really good.
Ordered thanks. Swapping out from a Asda special. Also a excellent fryer for the £
Even the cheap £25 stainless steel fryers can be dismantled for cleaning .
They fry better when the oil has been used a few times anyway - so the filtration system seems a pointless gimmick.
simes08/06/2019 09:36

Even the cheap £25 stainless steel fryers can be dismantled for cleaning . …Even the cheap £25 stainless steel fryers can be dismantled for cleaning . They fry better when the oil has been used a few times anyway - so the filtration system seems a pointless gimmick.


Guess it would be a gimmick if you like carbonised and potentially carcinogenic black bits stuck to your food
Edited by: "classygear" 8th Jun
classygear08/06/2019 09:42

Guess it would be a gimmick if you like carbonised and potentially …Guess it would be a gimmick if you like carbonised and potentially carcinogenic black bits stuck to your food


mmmm car-cin-o-genic

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simes08/06/2019 09:36

Even the cheap £25 stainless steel fryers can be dismantled for cleaning . …Even the cheap £25 stainless steel fryers can be dismantled for cleaning . They fry better when the oil has been used a few times anyway - so the filtration system seems a pointless gimmick.


I've never had a deep fat fryer that comes apart so easily (the electrics and eliment lift out and then all you have left is 2 or 3 parts you can put in the dishwasher).

The filtration system is really easy and saves mucking about with seperate containers and even stores it in the container in the bottom of the fryer until you need it again).
Can’t be connect with Alexa lol :-)
queenieburns08/06/2019 12:38

Can’t be connect with Alexa lol :-)


Deal breaker then.
If it doesn't accept commands such as "Alexa, make me a plate of chips", then it's useless to me.
What am I supposed to do? Get off my arse and make my own chips? Pffft, this is 2019, not 1919.
Damn you - I have not used for a couple of months and now you got me cooking chips loaded with cheese and bacon. 😁

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classygear08/06/2019 09:42

Guess it would be a gimmick if you like carbonised and potentially …Guess it would be a gimmick if you like carbonised and potentially carcinogenic black bits stuck to your food



The £25 cheap ones have a cool zone under the element , so the you don't get black bits. And they come apart for easy cleaning .


37816965-HDL6V.jpgThough to be honest chips used to taste better when they were cooked in the old chip pans full of lard ( with black bits in it ).
Amazon were price matching AO but their out of stock so price gone up
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