Tower T17004 AirWave 8 Litre Digital Air Fryer, Turbo Air Technology, 1000 Watt, Black - £49.99 @ Amazon
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Tower T17004 AirWave 8 Litre Digital Air Fryer, Turbo Air Technology, 1000 Watt, Black - £49.99 @ Amazon

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Found 18th Dec 2017
Available as a Prime deal, I think.

Offering 1000W of power and an 8 litre capacity, this digital air fryer is ideal for creating a variety of dishes using our Alexa skill.

The AirWave digital air fryer features innovative Turbo Air technology, which works by circulating hot air at a high speed around the fryer, cooking ingredients from all sides and giving you an evenly cooked result every time. This technology also eliminates the need for oil, giving you a faster, healthier and more economical way of cooking traditional family favourites. The fryer also includes a 360 degree rotating rotisserie system, which lets you cook delicious rotisserie cooked meats quickly and efficiently.

Compatible With The Alexa Recipe Skill
This air fryer is ideal for trying out some of the recipes included in our dedicated Alexa skill. Specially designed for use with selected air fryers and pressure cookers across our electrical ranges, this skill offers step-by-step instructions for creating a variety of tasty air fryer dishes for the whole family.

About this item
Features
Fry, boil, roast, grill, braise, barbecue or slow cook a variety of meals using the Alexa app
Generous 8 Litre capacity, ideal for creating healthy meals for the whole family
Infrared and Turbo Air technologies allow for faster, low-oil cooking
Adjustable temperature from 1 - 250 degrees Celsius lets you easily find the ideal settings for each dish
Includes steam rack, baking basket, tongs, rotisserie fork and recipe book
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If uses Alexa skill, will it put chips in and turn on without me moving from my sofa.
I have one but made from Visicook. Brilliant price at £49.99, as I think mine cost £70 odd ... they are so versatile. I hardly use my oven now.
Seems interesting but will wait for more comments on quality Vs Philips models, Alexa integration and general usability/quality! Will vote later.
Still in stock. Ordered one for mum. Thanks O
Why expired? It's still available from Amazon for £49.99! Maybe prime only but no reason to be expired, well I don't think so anyway.
If you download amazon app £5 off
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I fell asleep just after I posted it. I've actually just ordered it, so it's still available, but I do have Prime.
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sandiford1015 h, 21 m ago

If uses Alexa skill, will it put chips in and turn on without me moving …If uses Alexa skill, will it put chips in and turn on without me moving from my sofa.


If only! That would make it my best Christmas present ever!
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Did you buy an air fryer cookbook, out of interest @K9sandFelines ?
Edited by: "sushiewushie" 19th Dec 2017
Has anyone used this one before ? Want to know as was thinking of getting the Tefal but for the price difference maybe I go for this.
Was very tempted. But the 1* reviews have put me off.
sushiewushie4 h, 28 m ago

Did you buy an air fryer cookbook, out of interest @K9sandFelines ?


No sushiewushie ive just winged it with most things. Bake cakes in it aswell. Daughter prefers it to any other method of cooking. There are lots of facebook groups if you are on there. I'm in them but don't really use them. I think the initial book you get has a few starter recipes in too.
Ordered this for my mother on Black Friday for £44.99 from Tower and she seems happy with it
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Hopefully it's simple enough for an elderly person to use who's not very tech-savvy. I'll see when I get mine. I was thinking of buying one for my mum.
Amazon has 1000w and 1350w listed in the product description. Which one is correct?
K9sandFelines18th Dec

I have one but made from Visicook. Brilliant price at £49.99, as I think …I have one but made from Visicook. Brilliant price at £49.99, as I think mine cost £70 odd ... they are so versatile. I hardly use my oven now.


I was going to but the visicook. Isn't that one 1300W
5reds24th Dec

I was going to but the visicook. Isn't that one 1300W

​Sorry for the late reply. Yes it is 1300. Got mine off Flubit through Fireworks Direct for £69.42
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