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Tower oil free air fryer 3.2l . was £129.99 now £44.99 Amazon
Tower oil free air fryer 3.2l . was £129.99 now £44.99 Amazon

Tower oil free air fryer 3.2l . was £129.99 now £44.99 Amazon

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It was £40 in an Amazon flash sale last week.

I did get one thats nearly identical from Wilko`s for my Mums Xmas present, was only £30. We`ll see how long it lasts.

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Yes I tried to get the wilko one at £30 but I missed out as was OOS and been looking around and this was the best I could find . if there's better I'll be not too happy as I've gone and purchased this as its got lots of good reviews

be careful with these the mrs bought one and aftet 6/7 uses it started to smoke and smell like something was burning
that aside air friers are great if you spend and buy a named brand

I have one and they are just as good as the Philips one I also own

I've been looking for one of these, thank you

can I just say to anyone considering one of these to have a look at halogen ovens - we were going to buy an air fryer but saw a friend's halogen and went for one instead, so glad we did as it makes great chips, potatoes etc but you can also cook so much more in them. we now rarely use our gas oven as the halogen cooks everything much quicker and the it comes camping etc. very handy. just make sure you get a larger, higher watt one for more cooking space and faster cooking times.
worth considering your options before buying!

Haylhoo

can I just say to anyone considering one of these to have a look at … can I just say to anyone considering one of these to have a look at halogen ovens - we were going to buy an air fryer but saw a friend's halogen and went for one instead, so glad we did as it makes great chips, potatoes etc but you can also cook so much more in them. we now rarely use our gas oven as the halogen cooks everything much quicker and the it comes camping etc. very handy. just make sure you get a larger, higher watt one for more cooking space and faster cooking times.worth considering your options before buying!



​I have tried both and much prefer the Phillips air fryer, I suppose its just a matter of opinion

would the 17litre option which is £49.99 be a better option? a lot more capacity, but I don't really know much about these things
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