Tower Health Air Fryer 3.2L - £49.99  B&M Retail
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Tower Health Air Fryer 3.2L - £49.99 B&M Retail

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Found 16th Jan 2016
Tower Health Air Fryer.

This Heath Fryer from Tower is the perfect addition to any home looking to eat healthily, easily.

Featuring 1350W of power and a 3.2 litre capacity, the Heath Fryer offers fast and convenient frying and uses less energy than conventional fryers.

The rapid air-circulate cooking system shaves precious minutes from cooking times and the convection circulation allows for even heat distribution meaning you can enjoy convenient, fried foods but with up to 80% less fat.

Features:

Temperature control 80 - 200°C
Healthy cooking - uses little or no oil
Up to 80% less fat with same great taste
Rapid air circulating system - allows faster cooking and saves energy
Capacity - 3.2 litre non-stick food basket (Approx.)
30 minute timer with bell
Easy-Clean and dishwasher safe parts
Cooking system - hot keys for each kind of food
1350W
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Cheaper at 24studio . £35 I think
Is this an halogen oven made to look like an actifry?

Mmm.
great reviews on Amazon.. heat added
Thanks good deal.
Is this the same as a Philips Actifryer?
pennyfarthing88

Is this an halogen oven made to look like an actifry? Mmm.


Product description

Rapid air circulating system - allows faster cooking and saves energy


This is an air fryer
pennyfarthing88

Is this an halogen oven made to look like an actifry? Mmm.

Rapid air circulating system - allows faster cooking and saves energy



In other words you don't know either oO
Cheaper at 24studio . £35 I think - NO its £49.99
Is this an halogen oven made to look like an actifry? NO
Is this the same as a Philips Actifryer? YES (no digital display)

Edited by: "interceptor02" 17th Jan 2016
pennyfarthing88

In other words you don't know either oO



Everyone knows except you.​ Can't help wondering what it is about the term Air Fryer that you find so hard to understand?
Does the food turn around whilst cooking like the tefal actifry?
NO.
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