Tower T17023 Air Fryer with Timer - £29.99 Delivered @ Amazon
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Tower T17023 Air Fryer with Timer - £29.99 Delivered @ Amazon

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Found 21st Mar
Usually £44.99, this is a cracking price at just £29.99, think it will go fast!

Customer reviews are great too...

  • 2.2 L capacity, ideal for smaller households
  • 1000 W of power and rapid air circulation system, for faster and more efficient cooking
  • Adjustable temperature control between 80 - 200 degree Celsius lets you easily find the right temperature for each dish
  • 30 minute manual timer, for added convenience and accuracy when cooking
  • Ideal for creating healthy alternatives to traditional fried favourites, 3 years guarantee

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Buy it, use it once, stick it in the back of a kitchen cupboard! I've bought enough kitchen gadgets and gimmicks over the years not to be tempted by yet another one.
I have the larger sized one, it's been a bit of a godsend, being disabled and finding bending and reaching into an oven totally impossible now. I thought it would be a use once gadget too, but it's getting regular use by me and others (able bodied) in the household too, either from scratch or with some foods such as pastries using some microwave use first - I have a convection microwave, (which I also can't reach easily any more!) but this used in conjunction with some preheating by microwave works far better than the convection setting in the microwave..
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And got this one... Brilliant bit of kit. This is a great price.
Great find .. just what I needed! thanks
Great find! thanks, just ordered for same day delivery
Great price. Just ordered. Thank you OPXD
Buy it, use it once, stick it in the back of a kitchen cupboard! I've bought enough kitchen gadgets and gimmicks over the years not to be tempted by yet another one.
UncleWilly16 m ago

Buy it, use it once, stick it in the back of a kitchen cupboard! I've …Buy it, use it once, stick it in the back of a kitchen cupboard! I've bought enough kitchen gadgets and gimmicks over the years not to be tempted by yet another one.



you're so right, I have had all types of fryer but still use a pan with oil on the hob...they dont seem to get hot enough and stay hot once the food is introduced....
wendyak1 h, 30 m ago

you're so right, I have had all types of fryer but still use a pan with …you're so right, I have had all types of fryer but still use a pan with oil on the hob...they dont seem to get hot enough and stay hot once the food is introduced....


This is s healthy alternative. I've got the Phillips version and use it daily. Tempted to get his as they are not exactly the biggest (can't fit much in).
Cant complain for £30. Nice find
I have the larger sized one, it's been a bit of a godsend, being disabled and finding bending and reaching into an oven totally impossible now. I thought it would be a use once gadget too, but it's getting regular use by me and others (able bodied) in the household too, either from scratch or with some foods such as pastries using some microwave use first - I have a convection microwave, (which I also can't reach easily any more!) but this used in conjunction with some preheating by microwave works far better than the convection setting in the microwave..
UncleWilly3 h, 22 m ago

Buy it, use it once, stick it in the back of a kitchen cupboard! I've …Buy it, use it once, stick it in the back of a kitchen cupboard! I've bought enough kitchen gadgets and gimmicks over the years not to be tempted by yet another one.


We have one and use it all the time, I love chicken and fries done it and almost anything you roast or fry will go in it with a minimum of fat.
we wouldn’t be without it...
Is this better than making oven chips?
I got one of these when they were £24.99 in the Argos black Friday sale.
They're very small, really only suitable for cooking for one person.
Edited by: "Dealier" 21st Mar
johnraggett2 h, 12 m ago

This is s healthy alternative. I've got the Phillips version and use it …This is s healthy alternative. I've got the Phillips version and use it daily. Tempted to get his as they are not exactly the biggest (can't fit much in).


I've got the Phillips one too and buying this one so I can use the two of them together. Can't really cook a meal for two in just one of them. Great gadget which is used in our kitchen every day.

Just so anyone is aware, some air fryers are 800G and some are 2.2L - this is exactly the same size. If you need the bigger size it might be cheaper to buy 2 of these rather than a 3.2L version.
Air Fryers are great - get one. NOW.
How heavy are they on electric usage? I’ve got a smart meter and it’s made me paranoid about everything I use lol!
linz8517 m ago

How heavy are they on electric usage? I’ve got a smart meter and it’s made …How heavy are they on electric usage? I’ve got a smart meter and it’s made me paranoid about everything I use lol!


You're heating less space than an oven... Much better. Healthier too.
johnraggett3 h, 8 m ago

This is s healthy alternative. I've got the Phillips version and use it …This is s healthy alternative. I've got the Phillips version and use it daily. Tempted to get his as they are not exactly the biggest (can't fit much in).


I've got the Phillips one too and use it all the time. Tend not to even use the oven as much now.
If anyone who owns one of these has previously had an actifryer, how do airfryers compare?
Hot! I am tempted with this. I was going to get the Tower T17005 Air Fryer which is on at £49.99 currently.


Decisions!
Do you have to use oil in these or can you just spray the food with fry light?
UncleWilly6 h, 0 m ago

Buy it, use it once, stick it in the back of a kitchen cupboard! I've …Buy it, use it once, stick it in the back of a kitchen cupboard! I've bought enough kitchen gadgets and gimmicks over the years not to be tempted by yet another one.


Sell them on eBay, get some money back
So what exactly can I cook with an air fryer?
Pokerjk1 h, 21 m ago

Hot! I am tempted with this. I was going to get the Tower T17005 Air Fryer …Hot! I am tempted with this. I was going to get the Tower T17005 Air Fryer which is on at £49.99 currently.Decisions!


That's the one I have, it's been very good so far and is a little more powerful
Shadow360TT38 m ago

So what exactly can I cook with an air fryer?


Anything you grill or fry really, don't think I would do a steak or burgers though, not that flash fry effect, but most other things. ! Good for pastry item, eg. sausage rolls, also breaded items eg. fish fingers.Cook sausages or chicken wings perhaps? Definitely very good for frozen chips and fresh chips are fine too. - just shake once or twice.
ive got the vonshef air fryer...2.2 l version, best get the bigger 3.2l version as 2.2l is too small when frying two things at once with the divider provided...i think these are great..however these are a mission to clean though, with all that grease that builds up at the bottom..what i do now is i use foil at the bottom of the fryer before i put the basket in and the grease and oil that you get from cooking accumulates on top of the foil. I simply replace the foil when needed and wash the basket...
Edited by: "billy.bronco" 21st Mar
Please could someone let me know how many portions of chips you could do in it?! Thanks!
I bought a tower fryer which stopped working halfway through my first cook with it so just a word of warning also cheap plastic Chinese made, bought an XL fryer and its superb.
I had a actifry and it died on me in a year...id waited a long time to get it and it seemed good forthe first few uses but after that sort of died a death .....is this likely to be the same ?
Bluediamond2821st Mar

I bought a tower fryer which stopped working halfway through my first cook …I bought a tower fryer which stopped working halfway through my first cook with it so just a word of warning also cheap plastic Chinese made, bought an XL fryer and its superb.


We've had ours a year now and it's still going strong. I think that like most electricals, it's simply pot luck with the electrical components.
nihcaj55 m ago

Anything you grill or fry really, don't think I would do a steak or …Anything you grill or fry really, don't think I would do a steak or burgers though, not that flash fry effect, but most other things. ! Good for pastry item, eg. sausage rolls, also breaded items eg. fish fingers.Cook sausages or chicken wings perhaps? Definitely very good for frozen chips and fresh chips are fine too. - just shake once or twice.


Is very good for steak, though you don't get the 'flash fry' effect. Particularly good for lamb chops and pork loin chops. Roast potatoes, if you use the right potatoes (Picasso are the best) are fantastic.
I have the Philips one of these and it's incredible. I wouldn't be without it. I've cooked salmon and chicken in it from raw, it's perfect for chips or anything potato based. You can do any of the frozen freezer food in it, just don't overfill it. It also works as a microwave for anything you want to keep crispy. If the reviews are that good I imagine this will do a similar job. Definitely not a gimmick, these things are the future!
Decent price although I have no idea if this machine is any good? Can anyone let me know pls?
Have the breville halo air fryer and wouldn't be without it. couple of sprays of oil and chips come out brilliant every time
Great timing, I had just ordered this from Groupon for £35 delivered, went on live chat and they cancelled without question.
Personally, nothing beats an actifry. I found an ‘air fryer’ only cooks the top portion of chips, leaving the ones underneath uncooked.
Does this offer greater functionality than a halogen oven? I use the halogen oven a lot and sounds like it can do similar if not the same functions, but its a lot larger? Anyone used/own both?
I bought one almost identical to this from Wilko for 29.99 six months ago and use it all the time, rarely use the oven. Recommend for sure. Certainly didn't end up with the juicer, sandwich toaster, etc.
johnny.53 h, 4 m ago

Does this offer greater functionality than a halogen oven? I use the …Does this offer greater functionality than a halogen oven? I use the halogen oven a lot and sounds like it can do similar if not the same functions, but its a lot larger? Anyone used/own both?


We had halogen before Philips airfryer - Found Philips much easier and convenient and gets used much more. It's smaller than the oven, that's the only disadvantage, for our family.
Deal still live at this price needs reactivated
Anyone who bought, is it good?
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