Wilko Airfryer with Removable Basket 4L - £35 @ Wilko
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Wilko Airfryer with Removable Basket 4L - £35 @ Wilko

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bought one this afternoon not tried it yet been out of stock but 3 left in crewe store today

Thought I'd finally go for an airfryer and see what the fuss is about. Like the thought of being able to cook stuff quickly rather than messing with an oven. Keep that for roasts, etc.

Wasn't willing to fork out 80 quid for one though. But can justify £35.

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In short an Airfryer is a tiny version of industrial oven with fan.

Bought this when it was £20, so not really a deal now

I have an air fryer but it’s Tefal & I paid £90 for it, so this is a great bargain. Such a useful item for the kitchen, no mess & food smells & cooks very quickly. You can cook so many types of food in it too! Heat from me.

I have a Duronic airfryer and paid £60 for mine. You can cook great chips in them using only 2 tsp of oil, I then add herbs to season. My family love diced potato coated with curry powder.
Potato waffles cook so fast you can't really leave them. Sausages cook fast and are lovely. I don't cook fishfingers in them as I found they loose their coating when you try to turn them but battered fish is ok. I use mine twice a week since buying it a year ago.

tapash7 h, 1 m ago

In short an Airfryer is a tiny version of industrial oven with fan.


I don't live in a factory. You mean domestic oven with fan. Lets not get carried away with OTT terms. If only this comes in white or grey.

xenophon12 h, 39 m ago

Thought I'd finally go for an airfryer and see what the fuss is about. …Thought I'd finally go for an airfryer and see what the fuss is about. Like the thought of being able to cook stuff quickly rather than messing with an oven. Keep that for roasts, etc.Wasn't willing to fork out 80 quid for one though. But can justify £35.



You won't regret it, if you are willing to lose the flavour of frying in fat, for far less calories.
Last night cooked oven chips and two battered fish pieces for two in ten minutes at 195 c.

Theres an Asda a mile from me that had 7 of them in stock, i was going to buy them to sell to people for the price I got them from on here. But i have seen so many people buying a few and bragging that I dont think its fare to the people with kids that want them. If you want to know the store message me and I`ll let you know.

these were £15 and nobody wanted them they were on here for £15 and the post as disappeared the wilkos in derby had them for £15 2 months ago and are back up to £35 on the post thats disappeared no one wanted them because they did not cook the food very well it takes ages to cook anything in them.

so strange how the £15 wilkos airfryer post as disappeared

is hukd really neutral or just a platform for companys to corrupt public opinion and peddle crap

paul1247 h, 31 m ago

the post as disappeared the wilkos in derby had them for £15 2 months ago …the post as disappeared the wilkos in derby had them for £15 2 months ago and are back up to £35 on the post thats disappeared no one wanted them because they did not cook the food very well it takes ages to cook anything in them. so strange how the £15 wilkos airfryer post as disappeared is hukd really neutral or just a platform for companys to corrupt public opinion and peddle crap


Are you referring to this? - hotukdeals.com/dea…534

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I wouldn't trust it.

I have a Philips AirFryer that needed to be replaced, and I bought this last time. I wouldn't recommend it - it's nowhere near as good as the Philips.

I like to watch the chips go round

Broddo56 m ago

I have a Philips AirFryer that needed to be replaced, and I bought this …I have a Philips AirFryer that needed to be replaced, and I bought this last time. I wouldn't recommend it - it's nowhere near as good as the Philips.



I've got a Philips AirFryer and it's going strong after almost 2 years of solid use, a few times a week. Best investment I've ever made for a kitchen product. Performs very well, clean more efficient than using an oven.
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My Philips one is still going strong after 5 years paid about £80 for it on Amazon. Can't understand why people don't go for the £40 3 year warranty ones that regularly come up in Lidl

Picked up a Philips one in Tesco the other day for £25... Didn't bother posting it as a deal, as they were clearance stock, and there was only 2 available - I had one, and other one went at the same time... Haven't tried it yet...

Wilko's has a Daewoo air fryer for £30 and its glass,so you can actually watch your food cook...Still hot like

DeanJones26 m ago

Wilko's has a Daewoo air fryer for £30 and its glass,so you can actually …Wilko's has a Daewoo air fryer for £30 and its glass,so you can actually watch your food cook...Still hot like


That's halogen, i.e. a bulb that may need replacing from time to time. The Philips Air fryer has a standard heating element which should in theory last longer. I've had my Phillips Air Fryer for maybe 8 years and still going strong. I don't know what this has but if you never see any additional light anywhere I guess heating element too. I don't know which is best for circulating oil/fat molecules in the air I suspect they are pretty equal between heating element and halogen although I also have a halogen and the fan on mine seems weaker than the Phillips. I tend to use the Phillips more than the Halogen probably by a ratio of 4x mainly because the Phillips is quicker and more powerful. I can cook much more in the Halogen though, its capacity is far greater.

used it 1st time worked great
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