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Tesco 4.3 Litre Tower Air Health Fryer £39
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Tesco 4.3 Litre Tower Air Health Fryer £39

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Posted 29th Jul 2018Edited by:"FrugalFergal"

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I just came back from my local Tesco Extra to find several of these Tower Air Fryers for £39.99. I know the site link says the product is no longer sold online but the Tesco Extra Store in Romford had several on shelves and I'm sure this is a nationwide deal.

I hate Tesco wild goose chases but I'm sure these are available plentifully in large Tesco stores.

4.3 liters is a good size for family and the price is the best Ive ever seen it. Just as every microwave cooks food as well as good as any other microwave every bit as good as a Philips Airfryer or Tefal Actifry and I say this having owned within my family all three of them.


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Not quite as big but available at appliances direct for same price + delivery if you didn’t fancy a goose chase - appliancesdirect.co.uk/p/e…yer
Bought this from Amazon at this price (£50 now) tuther day when the smaller one was posted here.
Quite impressed and worth this price
Selling them at this price in Tesco Kilmarnock but have been out of stock for a week now.
Does any have experience with this? Appreciate any comments&help.
Not having switched it on yet.
When putting the round bit in with the handle,
does it slot in easily?
Mine doesn't and an edge sticks out slightly and I need to use my hand in addition to using the handle to push the whole thing in.
Is that normal?
If its hot and I need to pull it out to check stuff and push it in again, would it be too hot on the sides to use my fingers?
davening29/07/2018 23:58

Does any have experience with this? Appreciate any comments&help.Not …Does any have experience with this? Appreciate any comments&help.Not having switched it on yet.When putting the round bit in with the handle,does it slot in easily?Mine doesn't and an edge sticks out slightly and I need to use my hand in addition to using the handle to push the whole thing in.Is that normal?If its hot and I need to pull it out to check stuff and push it in again, would it be too hot on the sides to use my fingers?


That’s normal. I have to do that with my air fryer. You shouldn’t have any problems when it’s hot. That bit shouldn’t get hot so you can use your hands to push it in.
'Health Fryer' an oxymoron surely
Loubou8 h, 17 m ago

That’s normal. I have to do that with my air fryer. You shouldn’t have any …That’s normal. I have to do that with my air fryer. You shouldn’t have any problems when it’s hot. That bit shouldn’t get hot so you can use your hands to push it in.


Taa for handholding. Wanted to decide what to do next.
Decided against sending it back.

Have tried mine on fries, uncooked frozen paratha, croissant as I flexed the experimental muscles and it vorks and now the whole round bit slots in fine and even when hot.
michaeljb30/07/2018 08:11

'Health Fryer' an oxymoron surely


Well the technology is that instead of heating fatty oil to fry oil why not superheat the air itself? Frying is seen as a process not necessarily related to the medium. As initially a health fryer sceptic to cheerleader, at these prices they are the best kitchen gadget money can buy
FrugalFergal2 m ago

Well the technology is that instead of heating fatty oil to fry oil why …Well the technology is that instead of heating fatty oil to fry oil why not superheat the air itself? Frying is seen as a process not necessarily related to the medium. As initially a health fryer sceptic to cheerleader, at these prices they are the best kitchen gadget money can buy


I own one and they are awesome, i was just jesting
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