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Tower 2.2l Airfryer with code £26.99 Robert Dyas (free C&C)
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Tower 2.2l Airfryer with code £26.99 Robert Dyas (free C&C)

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Posted 7th Jul

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Really good price for airfryer I love mine
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Ideal for smaller households, the Tower 2.2 litre air fryer allows you to create tasty meals using little to no oil. The innovative Air Blast air circulation technology combined with a powerful heating element provides results quickly and efficiently. The adjustable temperature control, ranging from 80-200 degrees helps you easily find and set the right temperature for a variety of dishes.

This powerful fryer is complete with a 30-minute manual timer, which offers added accuracy when cooking - so you know you'll always achieve perfect results.

Features and Benefits
  • Healthy – Lose the fat, not the flavour. Using heat and air circulation to cook instead of oil to significantly reduces the calorific content of your favourite meals.
  • Innovative AirBlast technology – A combination of modern air circulation technology and the 1000w power output of this machine give you impressive results quickly and efficiently.
  • 2.2 litre - Perfect for larger families.
Specifications
  • Colour: Black
  • Power: 1000W
  • Capacity: 2.2L
  • Weight: 2.80KG
  • Dimensions: H29 x W20 x D26cm
  • Guarantee: 2 Years

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Don't mean to disparage your deal but i just bought this one Tower T17021 Air Fryer - Collecting tomorrow my first air fryer.

This deal from what I have gathered is only suitable for singles not families with big bellies at 1000watt and 2.2 litres and does not cook that great because of the low wattage!

For an extra £8 you get a 4 litre 1500 watt jobby from Argos - Tower T17021 Air Fryer - Black.
argos.co.uk/pro…207

Why tower use lower numbers for better fryers is beyond me!
everypennycounts07/07/2019 22:50

Hmm interesting we are only 2 so should be OK


It's not user count that matters in the UK these days it's belly size lol
This is a 1 UK belly fryer!
Edited by: "omendata" 7th Jul
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Don't mean to disparage your deal but i just bought this one Tower T17021 Air Fryer - Collecting tomorrow my first air fryer.

This deal from what I have gathered is only suitable for singles not families with big bellies at 1000watt and 2.2 litres and does not cook that great because of the low wattage!

For an extra £8 you get a 4 litre 1500 watt jobby from Argos - Tower T17021 Air Fryer - Black.
argos.co.uk/pro…207

Why tower use lower numbers for better fryers is beyond me!
omendata07/07/2019 22:34

Don't mean to disparage your deal but i just bought this one Tower T17021 …Don't mean to disparage your deal but i just bought this one Tower T17021 Air Fryer - Collecting tomorrow my first air fryer.This deal from what I have gathered is only suitable for singles not families with big bellies at 1000watt and 2.2 litres and does not cook that great because of the low wattage!For an extra £8 you get a 4 litre 1500 watt jobby from Argos - Tower T17021 Air Fryer - Black.https://www.argos.co.uk/product/7507207Why tower use lower numbers for better fryers is beyond me!


Hmm interesting we are only 2 so should be OK
everypennycounts07/07/2019 22:50

Hmm interesting we are only 2 so should be OK


It's not user count that matters in the UK these days it's belly size lol
This is a 1 UK belly fryer!
Edited by: "omendata" 7th Jul
can u deep fry chips with this?

Kindest regards
firstofficer07/07/2019 23:22

can u deep fry chips with this?Kindest regards


Yeah just spray with fry light or a teaspoon of oil. Fresh homemade chips are good if you part bake in microwave
everypennycounts07/07/2019 23:25

Yeah just spray with fry light or a teaspoon of oil. Fresh homemade chips …Yeah just spray with fry light or a teaspoon of oil. Fresh homemade chips are good if you part bake in microwave


Nice, might invest in this ..

I usually deep fry in a pan at 240 degrees, using pure palm oil ... The chips get proper crunchy and golden brown ..

Kindest regards
everypennycounts07/07/2019 23:25

Yeah just spray with fry light or a teaspoon of oil. Fresh homemade chips …Yeah just spray with fry light or a teaspoon of oil. Fresh homemade chips are good if you part bake in microwave


Is that right - it kinda beats the purpose of having an air fryer - you are making me think twice now!
I have heard you have to turn the chips numerous times to get the air fryer to do em properly thats why some air fryers have a paddle to stir the contents?

So what you mean in effect is once you have cut fresh hard potatoes putting them in the microwave simulates boiling em in water before frying them in a pan of oil or deep fat fryer like we used to do in the good old days?

So actually making chips from hard potatoes straight into the air fryer aint gonna work?
Edited by: "omendata" 7th Jul
firstofficer07/07/2019 23:22

can u deep fry chips with this?Kindest regards


its a mini oven , so makes oven chips - that is it bakes them and with a light covering of oil will make outside crispy like roast potatoes
firstofficer07/07/2019 23:32

Nice, might invest in this ..I usually deep fry in a pan at 240 degrees, …Nice, might invest in this ..I usually deep fry in a pan at 240 degrees, using pure palm oil ... The chips get proper crunchy and golden brown ..Kindest regards


best oil to use is rapeseed .
wendy0707/07/2019 23:35

best oil to use is rapeseed .


For health or taste??

Kindest regards
omendata07/07/2019 23:33

Is that right - it kinda beats the purpose of having an air fryer - you …Is that right - it kinda beats the purpose of having an air fryer - you are making me think twice now!I have heard you have to turn the chips numerous times to get the air fryer to do em properly thats why some air fryers have a paddle to stir the contents?So what you mean in effect is once you have cut fresh hard potatoes putting them in the microwave simulates boiling em in water before frying them in a pan of oil or deep fat fryer like we used to do in the good old days?So actually making chips from hard potatoes straight into the air fryer aint gonna work?


it works without microwaving

some methods of deep frying chips involves par-boiling first. others you fry at 160 to cook then crisp at 180 for a minute or two

edit : though the latest advice is to cook from cold oil in one go. this is what i've always done. but all of the methods work.
Edited by: "wendy07" 7th Jul
firstofficer07/07/2019 23:36

For health or taste??Kindest regards


health, and for us taste -- since good vegetable oil doesnt leave any taste on the chips
wendy0707/07/2019 23:39

it works without microwavingsome methods of deep frying chips involves …it works without microwavingsome methods of deep frying chips involves par-boiling first. others you fry at 160 to cook then crisp at 180 for a minute or two


Nothing has ever beaten ma maws chips freshly cut from her special potatoes done in an old weather beaten trusty old pot.
We shall see tomorrow night how these new fangled air fryers really perform.
omendata07/07/2019 23:43

Nothing has ever beaten ma maws chips freshly cut from her special …Nothing has ever beaten ma maws chips freshly cut from her special potatoes done in an old weather beaten trusty old pot.We shall see tomorrow night how these new fangled air fryers really perform.


good luck & enjoy.

btw these do 'fried chicken' etc too
wendy0707/07/2019 23:35

best oil to use is rapeseed .


I actually prefer Grapeseed myself - expensive but very healthy and has a massively high smoke point!
I have about 15 assorted oils in my cupboard so this is going to be a bit of an oily adventure for me lol
I think tomorrow night it will be Italian Peperoncino chips!
I make my own Peperoncino as its hard to get and very expensive - takes about a month to make but I like hot and spicy oil!
Edited by: "omendata" 7th Jul
Yeah you don't need to microwave first can cook straight from raw spuds, yeah I do shake them half way through. I've done loads in airfryer including sausage, chicken, pasties, egg muffins, jacket potatoes are the best, fish fingers, crossiants. I love my airfryer
everypennycounts07/07/2019 23:48

Yeah you don't need to microwave first can cook straight from raw spuds, …Yeah you don't need to microwave first can cook straight from raw spuds, yeah I do shake them half way through. I've done loads in airfryer including sausage, chicken, pasties, egg muffins, jacket potatoes are the best, fish fingers, crossiants. I love my airfryer


Shake 'em and bake 'em it is then!
Hmm jacket potatoes - nice!

Should save leccie too avoiding using the oven now!
Double bonus!
Edited by: "omendata" 7th Jul
everypennycounts07/07/2019 23:25

Yeah just spray with fry light or a teaspoon of oil. Fresh homemade chips …Yeah just spray with fry light or a teaspoon of oil. Fresh homemade chips are good if you part bake in microwave


How do you mean part bake iv bought my airfryer from wilko for £40 and only used on fat chips fries and wedges not fresh would love to see how they come out
amzzzzyyyy08/07/2019 00:21

How do you mean part bake iv bought my airfryer from wilko for £40 and …How do you mean part bake iv bought my airfryer from wilko for £40 and only used on fat chips fries and wedges not fresh would love to see how they come out


Just bang them in microwave for a few minutes then fry light and airfryer delicious
Mine cooks part baked bread rolls in 4 mins
omendata07/07/2019 23:45

I actually prefer Grapeseed myself - expensive but very healthy and has a …I actually prefer Grapeseed myself - expensive but very healthy and has a massively high smoke point!I have about 15 assorted oils in my cupboard so this is going to be a bit of an oily adventure for me lolI think tomorrow night it will be Italian Peperoncino chips!I make my own Peperoncino as its hard to get and very expensive - takes about a month to make but I like hot and spicy oil!


After using basil infused olive oil instead of unflavoured when making ciabatta bread in the breadmaker, I can see why you have so many. The flavour and aroma is out of this world.
Edited by: "cryptobrit" 8th Jul
Well back in the day I used to deep fry in lard, which actually gave a great taste...

Kindest regards
everypennycounts07/07/2019 22:50

Hmm interesting we are only 2 so should be OK


I wouldn't buy this one for 2 people. 2.2L will be tiny. I'm single and have a 3.5L one. I couldn't imagine anything smaller.
Loubou08/07/2019 08:05

I wouldn't buy this one for 2 people. 2.2L will be tiny. I'm single and …I wouldn't buy this one for 2 people. 2.2L will be tiny. I'm single and have a 3.5L one. I couldn't imagine anything smaller.


Yeah as already said its a one UK belly fryer - we no longer measure in litres or kg that means nowt to owt - now a belly index that is more useful.

I just got my Tower T17021 4.2litre (3 Belly) Air Fryer today - CRIKEY IT IS ABSOLUTELY MAHOOOOSIVE!
I just cooked my girlfriend in it tonight its that big.
No more nagging and an air fryer its been a great day!
Loubou08/07/2019 08:05

I wouldn't buy this one for 2 people. 2.2L will be tiny. I'm single and …I wouldn't buy this one for 2 people. 2.2L will be tiny. I'm single and have a 3.5L one. I couldn't imagine anything smaller.


Hmm you havent seen my willy then!
Get the microscope out!
cryptobrit08/07/2019 06:13

After using basil infused olive oil instead of unflavoured when making …After using basil infused olive oil instead of unflavoured when making ciabatta bread in the breadmaker, I can see why you have so many. The flavour and aroma is out of this world.


My next venture is the breadmaker - any advice or recommendations on a decent one?
Those expensive ones that decant seeds look like a bit of a gimmick!
Thanks for posting @everypennycounts we have added this to today's Highlight ssection
omendata08/07/2019 23:03

My next venture is the breadmaker - any advice or recommendations on a …My next venture is the breadmaker - any advice or recommendations on a decent one?Those expensive ones that decant seeds look like a bit of a gimmick!


Get a Panasonic breadmaker. Mine has never let me down. I’ve got one with a separate yeast dispenser too. I think that might help. My bread is always well risen.
omendata08/07/2019 23:03

My next venture is the breadmaker - any advice or recommendations on a …My next venture is the breadmaker - any advice or recommendations on a decent one?Those expensive ones that decant seeds look like a bit of a gimmick!


Yes. As already mentioned, the Panasonic is well worth paying the extra for. I have the 2500 model which doesn’t have the dispenser. Although the dispenser does look a gimmick, it enables you to go away and do other things (rather than wait for the beep to put the additional ingredients in by hand). The reason the Panasonic is the best is because it has a sensor in that determines the air temperature. So for example: if there is a recipe with an initial resting time for letting the flour warm up, the sensors can determine the air temperature and start the cycle at the correct time. A cheaper one will just go by a predetermined time regardless of the air temperature. Don’t waste your money on another brand. Even if it means saving up a bit longer, it is worth buying a Panasonic. You can’t go wrong with any model.
Had one of these for around 6 months - I find I'm using it loads. Mainly for jacket potatoes and chicken. Both come out amazing, especially the chicken with a few squirts of fry light and cover with piri-piri powder or similar. Beats Nandos.

The writing on the fryer has started coming off though - the Tower branding on the handle has almost disappeared and the timer dial numbers are smudged, so it's not amazing high quality but definitely does the job.
Edited by: "techno12" 9th Jul
brought this after seeing this deal, taking back tomorrow it got hot once then i put a few fries in book says 10-16 mins so i gave it 20 mins on full 200C went back after 10 min to give a shake & it was luke warm so put back in turned more time on 30 mins came back to look after 10 mins it was not cooking at all still luke warm, sorry poster but for me this was a miss.
kenzy09/07/2019 18:19

brought this after seeing this deal, taking back tomorrow it got hot once …brought this after seeing this deal, taking back tomorrow it got hot once then i put a few fries in book says 10-16 mins so i gave it 20 mins on full 200C went back after 10 min to give a shake & it was luke warm so put back in turned more time on 30 mins came back to look after 10 mins it was not cooking at all still luke warm, sorry poster but for me this was a miss.


Oh that's disappointing Maybe you got a faulty one
Could i fit a cat in this ?
Been wanting to try an airfryer for a while now. Finally copped. Hope we like it and will use it. Anyone tried chicken wings in the air fryer?
3BrokeBlokes09/07/2019 23:20

Been wanting to try an airfryer for a while now. Finally copped. Hope we …Been wanting to try an airfryer for a while now. Finally copped. Hope we like it and will use it. Anyone tried chicken wings in the air fryer?


I tried chicken wings used a flour coating was fine needed more frylight next time
everypennycounts09/07/2019 23:22

I tried chicken wings used a flour coating was fine needed more frylight …I tried chicken wings used a flour coating was fine needed more frylight next time


Was not planing to coat it at all, since i thought it might burn the flour. Was hoping the skin would sizzle up and get crispy under the high heat.
We shall see.
3BrokeBlokes09/07/2019 23:24

Was not planing to coat it at all, since i thought it might burn the …Was not planing to coat it at all, since i thought it might burn the flour. Was hoping the skin would sizzle up and get crispy under the high heat. We shall see.


Let me know I like to find different things to make in air fryer
ketsunoanna09/07/2019 20:22

Could i fit a cat in this ?


Why would you want to put your pussy in an air fryer - there are better things to put your in your pussy!
Edited by: "omendata" 10th Jul
kenzy09/07/2019 18:19

brought this after seeing this deal, taking back tomorrow it got hot once …brought this after seeing this deal, taking back tomorrow it got hot once then i put a few fries in book says 10-16 mins so i gave it 20 mins on full 200C went back after 10 min to give a shake & it was luke warm so put back in turned more time on 30 mins came back to look after 10 mins it was not cooking at all still luke warm, sorry poster but for me this was a miss.


PEBFAC perhaps?
Edited by: "omendata" 10th Jul
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