Wilko Air Fyer to Click and Collect for £35
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Wilko Air Fyer to Click and Collect for £35

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Edited by:"morrig"Found 6th Sep 2017
Seen one in Liverpool city store.. Price has increased from the £30 deals in the past for this, but is a a large, well reviewed and still a good price.
2 year guarantee.
4 litre capacity..


Make cooking a breeze with the Wilko Airfryer. You'll never have to



compromise great-tasting food for the healthy option again! With high-



speed air circulation, the airfryer cooks food quickly and evenly to



create meals that are far healthier and just as tasty! Having



dual-capacity with a non-stick 4 litre pot - ideal for a family of four -



and a removable 3 litre basket - perfect for 1 to 2 people - the



cooking options are endless. Not only does it fry food and make



delicious chips,

wilko.com/fry….ds
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21 Comments
Anyone got it?
amzzzzyyyy22 m ago

Anyone got it?



Yes. I like it. Used mainly for wedges, rolls croissants. Seems fine. If using for, say croissants start temp off low and gradually increase. They may burn if started too hot.
Wedges etc bung them at whatever temp you want.
I have one and think its really good
This any good for chips? I've just ordered one and ditching my old tired deep fat fryer
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Wrong price on the shelf. They let me have it at this price £15.00
Not better than a halogen oven, which works in much the same way. Easier to use a halogen oven, bigger and cheaper.
hotdealer88830 m ago

Not better than a halogen oven, which works in much the same way. Easier …Not better than a halogen oven, which works in much the same way. Easier to use a halogen oven, bigger and cheaper.


I have a Philips AirFryer & an Andrew James halogen oven. I use the AirFryer every day, & the halogen oven maybe twice a week.

I much prefer the texture & flavour of food cooked in the AirFryer. And it's speed. In hindsight I regret buying the halogen oven.
Got one when it was £30, use it quite often. It's really easy to use, has a 30min timer and the basket is large enough for two people. Frequently do chicken drumsticks in it, lovely and crispy just like frying it.
dooper16 m ago

I have a Philips AirFryer & an Andrew James halogen oven. I use the …I have a Philips AirFryer & an Andrew James halogen oven. I use the AirFryer every day, & the halogen oven maybe twice a week.I much prefer the texture & flavour of food cooked in the AirFryer. And it's speed. In hindsight I regret buying the halogen oven.


Halogen ovens are sold as air-fryers too. As far as understand they both work the same way, the halogen oven uses a large glass bowl....
Money well spent !!!!
Thanks OP
Not the same as halogen. Airfryer is cooked in a basket with a fan above. I find it cooks food 30% quicker than if I put it in the oven and makes the food a bit crisper. The fat also drips to the bottom. I would say an Airfryer is a bit like a grill and oven. It's somewhere in between.
kareandy23 m ago

oos is this the same any good?http://www.wilko.com/invt/0435726

Thats the hologon oven that there talking about above , try it if not return simple
I got this when it was on offer for £15. Its really good and I would pay the £35 for it.
muttonman1 h, 10 m ago

Not the same as halogen. Airfryer is cooked in a basket with a fan above. …Not the same as halogen. Airfryer is cooked in a basket with a fan above. I find it cooks food 30% quicker than if I put it in the oven and makes the food a bit crisper. The fat also drips to the bottom. I would say an Airfryer is a bit like a grill and oven. It's somewhere in between.


Halogen ovens cook with a fan (and heat element) above a glass oven.... basically the same :-)
So what's better for someone who already owns a conventional fan oven. A halogen oven or an Airfryer?
patrice584 h, 28 m ago

So what's better for someone who already owns a conventional fan oven. A …So what's better for someone who already owns a conventional fan oven. A halogen oven or an Airfryer?


Buy the AirFryer. Halogen ovens are often marketed as Airfryers, but they shouldn't be, because they're not. The results are distinctly different.

My AirFryer outperforms my Halogen oven in every respect. No contest
dooper3 h, 2 m ago

Buy the AirFryer. Halogen ovens are often marketed as Airfryers, but they …Buy the AirFryer. Halogen ovens are often marketed as Airfryers, but they shouldn't be, because they're not. The results are distinctly different.My AirFryer outperforms my Halogen oven in every respect. No contest


Much the same really....

lowfatfryers.com/art…htm
hotdealer88854 m ago

Much the same …Much the same really....http://www.lowfatfryers.com/articles/choosing-low-fat-fryers-and-halogen-ovens.htm


Not the same. Couldn't care less what the article says. I've been using both devices for nearly 3 years, so I know which is better from extended personal experience.

Everything from the AirFryer tastes better, looks more appealing, cooks faster. Steaks, Chops, Salmon, Chips, Fries, Pizza, Lasagne, Cannelloni, Vegetables, Toasted Sandwiches, etc, etc. Nothing has ever tasted as good when cooked in the Halogen oven
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