Tower Health T14001 Oil Free Halogen Air Fryer, 1300 Watt, 17 Litre, Black - was £99 now £29.99 @ Amazon
406°Expired

Tower Health T14001 Oil Free Halogen Air Fryer, 1300 Watt, 17 Litre, Black - was £99 now £29.99 @ Amazon

28
Found 6th Aug 2017
Features
  • Healthier meals even faster, using little to no oil for tasty meals with less fat
  • Air circulation technology uses significantly less energy and cooks up to three times faster
  • Generous capacity makes it ideal for large families and household guests
  • Triple cooking power of halogen, convection and infrared ensures a thorough cook throughout
  • Cooks food from frozen with no thawing time required, ideal for busy lifestyles
Community Updates

Groups

Top comments
Good find vassy

31628605-DQPoS.jpg
Was £99 Lmao

These are always around this price, lots on eBay cheaper.
Better get from aldi when on offer because of 3 year warranty
28 Comments
Original Poster
31628581-iVvhw.jpg
Good find vassy

31628605-DQPoS.jpg
Same in b&m today
31628621-1LBGL.jpg
Was £99 Lmao

These are always around this price, lots on eBay cheaper.
Better get from aldi when on offer because of 3 year warranty
Original Poster
Darzen5 h, 20 m ago

Was £99 LmaoThese are always around this price, lots on eBay cheaper.


I agree RRP is a joke but don't see it at £29.99 as per 3camels in comment #1
Described as an 'Air Fryer' but really just another halogen oven
This is not an air fryer just a halogen oven.
That chicken looks lovely.
Has anyone actually made some?
lucyferror9 h, 15 m ago

Better get from aldi when on offer because of 3 year warranty


And (as a bonus) consider the TIME and MONEY you will save, as (for example) when it comes to cooking frozen items, where you would normally have to PRE HEAT? With the Halogen, you don't and so, often your food is ready B4 your "Normal" Oven will have.

Also, in Aldi's case, the 3 year warranty? VERY handy. I've found the PLASTIC parts on these can be weak. The cradle, and timer switch in my case.

My 1st Oven was returned to the retailer Robert Dyas, as I snapped the cradle as I removed it from the box...from new, via the handle, and the 2nd was replaced without any fuss, some 18 months out of warranty, by the supplier (Ultimate Products...A1 to deal with) when the timer switch split. The exact same looking Oven (Many "brand names", many different prices, but often the same oven)
Edited by: "Gazz59" 6th Aug 2017
Whilst 99 is an utter joke, we got one of these a few years ago as a present. Initially we thought it was a crap gift but we use it a lot now. It is so handy to do small amounts when it doesn't make sense to put the oven on.
These offer no real benefit except if you have a gas oven/very old electric oven or cook in small batches (single person/couple with sparrow appetite). Good price though for those that will benefit from it.
vassy110 h, 23 m ago

[Image] The £29.99 price tag looks to be the norm. £99?, only if you were o …[Image] The £29.99 price tag looks to be the norm. £99?, only if you were on the Game Show "The Price is Right" ...This price was taken from the ROBERT DYAS Web site a few moments ago. Many different "Names", yet often (looks to be) the same Oven, but some "names" seem to warrant a higher price tag?


Just CLICK on the box "No Image Available" to be taken to the Robert Dyas Site, and the product details...so I found
Edited by: "Gazz59" 6th Aug 2017
Nice find Vas, have some more heat
They have been £39.99 for several months now, so ten quid cheaper but 99 quid lol maybe when they first came out many many years ago! This DOES HAVE A 3 YEAR warranty you have to register with tower within 28 days of purchase to extend the warranty. When they first brought out these " halogen oven" air fryers the only thing that made then a fryer was the tiny mesh trays which were very expensive to purchase alone at the time. As far as frying chips go well I don't think anything will ever replace oil fried proper chips. I often have to reheat proper fried chips for hubby that is not in at dinner time and the halogen can reheat them with no loss to quality at all where as microwave goes soggy and oven dries them out! For other items such as scampi, fish fingers chicken nuggets etc these work a lot better than conventional oven as they go crispy but don't tend to dry out. I hardly ever use my oven now and wouldnt be without mine.
Any halogen oven under £30 is a good buy and can do what an air fryer can. Though I doubt you can cook a whole chicken/turkey from frozen and if you can, it would take as long as any convection oven cooks a fresh bird, which would defeat the saving on time and fuel which you normally save with these fantastic halogen ovens. Recommend to anyone. Heat added.
lucyferror12 h, 52 m ago

Better get from aldi when on offer because of 3 year warranty


It already comes with a 3 year warranty from tower, the guy in the tower promo video on Amazon says so!
I have a halogen oven,best buy ever,would not be without one 😁
RayB2 h, 49 m ago

Any halogen oven under £30 is a good buy and can do what an air fryer can. …Any halogen oven under £30 is a good buy and can do what an air fryer can. Though I doubt you can cook a whole chicken/turkey from frozen and if you can, it would take as long as any convection oven cooks a fresh bird, which would defeat the saving on time and fuel which you normally save with these fantastic halogen ovens. Recommend to anyone. Heat added.


That's just like saying your conventional oven can do anything an air fryer can which is true but more inconvenient re. turning the food to make sure its evenly cooked and coating each item individually with oil or spices by hand. When I make potato wedges or roasted veggies in my tefal air fryer I chuck the prepared food in in, add a bit of oil and spices/seasoning, then that's it until the beeper says its ready. This doesn't have that level of convenience at all.
Edited by: "gazdoubleu" 6th Aug 2017
Misslovely6 h, 30 m ago

That chicken looks lovely. Has anyone actually made some?


The chicken looks fine but those chips are gonna be soaked in chicken fat!
gazdoubleu2 h, 29 m ago

That's just like saying your conventional oven can do anything an air …That's just like saying your conventional oven can do anything an air fryer can which is true but more inconvenient re. turning the food to make sure its evenly cooked and coating each item individually with oil or spices by hand. When I make potato wedges or roasted veggies in my tefal air fryer I chuck the prepared food in in, add a bit of oil and spices/seasoning, then that's it until the beeper says its ready. This doesn't have that level of convenience at all.


Thanks, was tempted, but your explanation has saved me wasting my money / time.
3 years seems to be the standard Tower guarantee(watch the video on Amazon).
Lots of halogen ovens about for £29 or less there ok but not very even cooking
philips airfryer or one of the cheaper copy,s are loads better than these
We have one and old halogen oven will end up been chucked out
I had an actifry - it died after 4 years so got this to replace
I like this even more as its easier to clean the large glass bowl and somehow it doesnt dry food out
2 pizzas for kids (from frozen or sometimes make our own from scratch)
goujons
frozen oven chips for the kids
sausages
bacon
the wife likes quiche done in it
chicken / fish wrapped in foil with seasoning
if we're making a sunday dinner we just fill the large oven with enough for 3 dinners then cover in fridge
reheat roasties, veg, meat in the halogen oven and its just as nice
I'll admit the "chips" from the actifry cant be replicated in this but i never cared much for them anyway - i like my chips deep fried - all in or dont bother
NOW £49.99.
If I were you, skip this... Get the one with the hinge if you absolutely have to own one.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text