Tower Health T14001 Oil Free Halogen Air Fryer, 1300 Watt, 17 Litre £39.99 @ amazon
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Tower Health T14001 Oil Free Halogen Air Fryer, 1300 Watt, 17 Litre £39.99 @ amazon

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Found 25th Jul 2017
Seems to have decent reviews and is a lot bigger than the phillips air fryers you can get.

Anyone had experience of them before or recommend a better air fryer?
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Do not think of it as a fryer , a health-fryer, or any utter nonsense that the creeps in marketing come up with. It isn't, it's a halogen oven.

Buy it as a halogen oven and you'll be happy.

Looks good to me. I've had various makes and models of these halogen ovens. I don't really see much difference between them.
Is this supposed to replicate that dried up motorway cafe flavour?
horsey

Is this supposed to replicate that dried up motorway cafe flavour?


No.
I have this one the only thing that makes it a air fryer is it comes with wire trays that are supposed to make any halogen into a air fryer. I purchased mine as a spare and didn't know you have to register for the 3 year guarantee that's plastered on the box! after only 2 months use most of the writing around the dials has already come off. As a halogen oven it works well. It does have a rather short lead and the lead is solid fixed into the back of the lid which does make it a bit awkward after having a plug in one. Same price at b and m. Small items like scampi and chicken nuggets do not dry out like they do in a main oven. Cooks wedges well but I wouldnt be doing fried chips in it
zizzles

No.


Not unless you leave your food under a hot lamp for 6 hours
I have similar. It is a real pain to clean.
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Hmmm thanks everyone !!! Think I'll go back on the lookout for a proper air fryer.
horsey3 h, 18 m ago

Is this supposed to replicate that dried up motorway cafe flavour?



Yep you got it!
Edited by: "crazylegs" 25th Jul 2017
Yummy.

actually my sister has got one of these, she loves it
Just wondering if those mocking the concept have ever even tried it? I was dubious at first, but they're cheap really and got one as a back up for a holiday home. These things have a smaller volume than a conventional oven, so heat up quickly and cook the food using less electricity as it's less of a void being heated. You can check on progress easily through the glass on the counter top too. Been using another brand for a few years now, love it and never touch the huge, old-fashioned oven at all now. If I was a student again, I'd have one of these!!
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