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Fryers are electrical appliances which use oil and heat to cook many different types of food. They are very high powered and most models are ready to use within a few minutes. HotUKDeals seeks out each reduction and offer, then we list them together on our regularly updated fryer page.

Fryers are electrical appliances which use oil and heat to cook many different types of food. They are very high powered and most models are ready to use within a few minutes. HotUKDeals seeks out each reduction and offer, then we list them together on our regularly updated fryer page.

Fryers are electrical appliances which use oil and heat to cook many different types of food. They are very high powered and most models are ready to use within a few minutes. HotUKDeals seeks out each reduction and offer, then we list them together on our regularly updated fryer page.

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R2D2 has a love child. De'Longhi FH1130 Young Multifry Air Fryer 1.5 ltr £69 @ Hughes
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Found 20th JanFound 20th Jan
The Delonghi FH1130 is a Multifry Air Fryer which has a food capacity of up to 1.5kg of fresh potatoes and 1.25kg of frozen potatoes without adding oil. If you do decide you only n… Read more

Clowance10 h, 23 m ago

i dislike oven chips but love proper ones - what do these taste like?


They aren't as good as normal fried chips o if that's what u mean good for potatoes if u want them roasted or chicken fish etc. Plus they take longer than a fryer

soldierboy0015 h, 38 m ago

Not everybody has a fan oven, and these heat up tp temp in less time, not …Not everybody has a fan oven, and these heat up tp temp in less time, not sure of wattage for cooking in fan oven but these are cheaper in the fact they heat up less space plus in my Phillips I can cook rwa potatoe chips in 15 to 20 minutes depending on how thick I cut them, but mine won't make frozen potatoes as the element gets too hot to freeze things


What does the part mean element gets too hot to freeze

Heat for the title!

ra78613 h, 38 m ago

Do these cook any better than just banging a tray of chips in the oven? It …Do these cook any better than just banging a tray of chips in the oven? It says on the product pAge that it can do 1kg of frozen chips in 27 minutes. I can do that in a fan oven in 20 or less. So what is so good about Air Fryers (as someone whose main use would bE chips or frozen chips). Does it taste better?


Not everybody has a fan oven, and these heat up tp temp in less time, not sure of wattage for cooking in fan oven but these are cheaper in the fact they heat up less space plus in my Phillips I can cook rwa potatoe chips in 15 to 20 minutes depending on how thick I cut them, but mine won't make frozen potatoes as the element gets too hot to freeze things

Makes good chips but takes over half an hour to get the chips yo brown so a bit disappointing.
0.9 litre deep fat fryer £8.99 + delivery @ Studio
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Found 7th JanFound 7th Jan
Seems a good price for a deep fat fryer. Mmm homemade chips!
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Aw would have great for me. Ok it's the same price as the 3 litre fryer I bought last year but more useful for making a single portion.

Oos

Love2shop252 h, 11 m ago

Why is this deal so cold? I think it’s an amazing deal! Thanks for posting …Why is this deal so cold? I think it’s an amazing deal! Thanks for posting Hun, heat addedxx


.9 of a litre POINT 9 what ya going to cook one portion of chips at a time

Why is this deal so cold? I think it’s an amazing deal! Thanks for posting Hun, heat addedxx

Voted hot but I found these to be a bit of a dodgy company? They credit check you first then send it out and you pay once you get it? Why did I need credit checking for a £9 fryer?
Breville VDF122 Halo+ Duraceramic Health Fryer, 1.2 kg [Energy Class A] £88 @ Amazon
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Found 6th JanFound 6th Jan
Uses only half a tablespoon of oil to cook 1Kg of chips - uses fresh oil every time - with no oil required for frozen food Unique tilt function and rotating bowl continuously turn… Read more

from what I gather - the heating element on these is a bulb - but when the bulb goes pop they're not replacable

Clicked thinking it was a powerball!

you can get the vdf105 for 69 from argos.what is the difference?
3L Pro Deep Fat Fryer - Stainless Steel £15 @ Asda George (free c+c)
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Found 5th JanFound 5th Jan
Decent price for this deep fat fryer and has good reviews - free c+c Looks similar to one that sells for £17 at Tesco Direct This neat, compact fryer comes in a stainless … Read more

The basket on these is too small

ZazZYo40 m ago

Cold.. unhealthy product shouldn’t even be sold. Won’t feed deep fried to e …Cold.. unhealthy product shouldn’t even be sold. Won’t feed deep fried to even someone I dislike.


That's one hell of a high horse you're on there.

Cold.. unhealthy product shouldn’t even be sold. Won’t feed deep fried to even someone I dislike.

Does it come with a guaranteed heart attack!

Chips with everything!
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Daewoo Halogen Air Fryer Low Fat Oven with 12L Capacity £24.99 @ Robert Dyas (free c+c)
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Daewoo Halogen Air Fryer Low Fat Oven for £24.99 using code RMJSMD5 (free c+c) Good reviews Daewoo 12 Litre Halogen Oven with Lid Cooking rack x 2 Lid stand Cooking tongs … Read more
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How long do you need to heat these up before adding food?

Bought at 29.99 before Christmas and used it almost daily since...couldn't decide between a halogen or an air fryer..price persuaded me to this and I've not regretted it... permanent fixture on the work surface (had to reorganise whole kitchen to achieve this space but sooo worth it?

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darknesskai3 h, 24 m ago

What’s the difference between a halogen air fryer and a bog standard air f …What’s the difference between a halogen air fryer and a bog standard air fryer?There’s none I’m guessing.



This is an halogen oven - not an air fryer in the original sense.
A "bog standard air fryer" has some rotating parts to turn the cooking food.
These halogen ovens are much cheaper and I think the manufacturers like people to think they are the more expensive items, which they are not.

Thanks op purchased!!

Being a sad middle aged man with nothing better to do. I have worked out that due to our current oven being 2.5kw and this being 1.3kw if this is used for approx 160 hours of it's life then it has paid itself!

Sick of the wife turning the oven on for a garlic baguette , having to wait 12 minutes for it to get to temp , where it looks like the time that it gets up to heat on this is half that!
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PizzaTheHutt.15 h, 9 m ago

I want one of these but the family insist we have to have a deep fat fryer …I want one of these but the family insist we have to have a deep fat fryer


Get one of these. Cook the chips in it. And see if anyone notices.
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Tower T14001 Halogen Low-Fat Air Fryer 29.99 down from £99 (£1.99 for delivery) @ Groupon
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https://www.groupon.co.uk/deals/tower-halogen-low-fat-air-fryer Today’s Groupon offers a Tower T14001 halogen low-fat air fryer. (£1.99 for Delivery) Healthier meals even fa… Read more
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lunaprim20 m ago

Are these any good? I've heard a few people say how great they are. I'd …Are these any good? I've heard a few people say how great they are. I'd love something that made making dinner easier! And with little kiddies it needs to be healthy too!


They are brilliant but not for families with little rugrats as the cleaning of them is horrendous better to spend the money on an 'instant pot'

Same price at Robert days for last couple of years...

Are these any good? I've heard a few people say how great they are. I'd love something that made making dinner easier! And with little kiddies it needs to be healthy too!

Usually in the £20 - £30 price range.

A good product but they often don't last long.

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blue197115 m ago

We paid around £30 for ours, shouldn't be allowed to give these false RRP'S


Maybe I am wrong, but I assume we all know this issue, isn't it
Breville VDF122 Halo+ Duraceramic Health Fryer, 1.2 kg @ Amazon - £69.99
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Uses only half a tablespoon of oil to cook 1Kg of chips - uses fresh oil every time - with no oil required for frozen food Unique tilt function and rotating bowl continuously turn… Read more

I know! It can't be a good thing.

tinkerbellarella18 m ago

Urban legend at fat club said that tefal will invalidate your warranty if … Urban legend at fat club said that tefal will invalidate your warranty if you use frylight in the actifry. I say urban legend as I can't say it's 100% true. I'm happy to be told different though. But I've used frylight in the past and it has totalled 3 actifry units, and taken the non stick off my pans too. There is the weirdest film you get from using it. It's a bugger to remove too.


If it does that to air fryers and pans, imagine what it does to your insides!

Loubou1 h, 55 m ago

Thanks for the heads up. I’ve just bought a bottle of Frylight to use with …Thanks for the heads up. I’ve just bought a bottle of Frylight to use with my new air fryer. I’m scared now.


Urban legend at fat club said that tefal will invalidate your warranty if you use frylight in the actifry. I say urban legend as I can't say it's 100% true. I'm happy to be told different though. But I've used frylight in the past and it has totalled 3 actifry units, and taken the non stick off my pans too. There is the weirdest film you get from using it. It's a bugger to remove too.

tinkerbellarella7 h, 10 m ago

It's not great. We had the green one and it just made a mess of most food …It's not great. We had the green one and it just made a mess of most food items. Also be wary of frylight. It takes the non stick off pans and creates a weird goo on airfryers. We use the actifry xl here and really rate it. Just remove the paddle for coated/ delicate items.


Thanks for the heads up. I’ve just bought a bottle of Frylight to use with my new air fryer. I’m scared now.

so is this good or not then? reviews seen to say yes
Philips HD9216 Air fryer, half price... £79.99 @ Argos
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Found 26th Dec 2017Found 26th Dec 2017
Just ordered one, now half price on Argos, still over £100+ on Amazon, gets great reviews and perfect for that New Year diet plan lol...

Now 74.99

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Franky197129th Dec 2017

Same price on Amazon and most folk prefer their after sales …Same price on Amazon and most folk prefer their after sales care.https://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-HD9216-41-Airfryer-Technology/dp/B0757ZBDGF/ref=sr_1_1?s=kitchen&ie=UTF8&qid=1514580272&sr=1-1&keywords=Philips+HD9216+Air+fryer


Wasn’t when I posted it...

Same price on Amazon and most folk prefer their after sales care.


amazon.co.uk/Phi…yer
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Guessing some people only want to buy things that are less than a pound otherwise it’ll be voted cold, some strange people on here lately judging by comments when people post genuine deals

cRuNcHiE55 m ago

Why the cold votes? There seems to be a cold vote cancer on HUKD nowadays


Flame deer hunt is over so back to normality
Wilko Air Fryer £35 @ Wilko
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Found 26th Dec 2017Found 26th Dec 2017
Ordered one a few minutes ago. They are in stock again. Found old posts on hotukdeals as you could bought them before for 30 and even 15£ . Anyway this is one of the cheapest fryer… Read more

Sorry totally disagreed! I actually prefer Wilko than Philips. I bought it last yr and use it very frequent.

Most of these air fryer selling point is focus on making healthy chips. This is not a new technology at, it is basically a mini fan oven. As the heat more intensive then oven food get cooked quicker and chips get crisper.

I often remove the basket so I can fit in a ready meal. Save time n energy when u just cook for one. Highly recommend for students.

I got to say design of Philips or other brand do look better than Wilko, but for the price I certainly go for Wilko.




Broddo26th Dec

I bought one of these a while back to replace an ageing Philips AirFryer. …I bought one of these a while back to replace an ageing Philips AirFryer. I would advise against buying it as it's pretty bad, particularly against the Philips. Thanks for post though OP.

This has been as low as £15 before... and people were still warning against buying it

gizuk23 h, 28 m ago

False economy. The timing numbers and markers on the timer dial rub off …False economy. The timing numbers and markers on the timer dial rub off after a few months. The non stick coating comes off if you use the supplied grill tray attachment.dont buy.


Seconded. My friend and me both ordered one each together.
My friends first one made a horrific grating noise. Wilko CS made her return to store for replacement IN store. No reimbursement for 15 mile round drive, car parking cost, and two hours of the day.
All the numbers rubbed off mine and my friends within two months. Mine lost the non stick.
Wilko provided a replacement for us both delivered this time but refused to collect and insisted that the other two were returned to a store. Or we'd be charged. Another trip, more petrol car park and time.

Latest one is again getting the timer and temp print rubbing off but this time it takes 40 minutes to cook chips. 20 minutes to cook chicken fingers. One half of the tray burns, the other stays white. Complete joke. My friends is again losing all the print and the non stick.

Really glad we arent alone - at the time of purchase I didn't read very many neg reviews on the website to suggest this would happen. I thought the reviews were quite positive but clearly they weren't accurate!

would never buy another of these that's for certain!

£35 is the usual price. It is not a "hot deal". I purchased one before Christmas for £35. It has a 2 year warranty!

I bought one of these a while back to replace an ageing Philips AirFryer. I would advise against buying it as it's pretty bad, particularly against the Philips.

Thanks for post though OP.
Morphy Richards Health Fryer, 3 L - Black - Amazon/ Currys for £64
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Found 18th Dec 2017Found 18th Dec 2017
Currys link - https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/household-appliances/small-kitchen-appliances/small-cooking-appliances/fryers/morphy-richards-health-fryer-black-10149015-pdt.html Lo… Read more

What’s the difference between this and the 480003 model??

Have had the Philips digital one for 2 years now.
Gets near daily usage. Replaced the oven for us. Especially for chips, fish fingers, nuggets, wings, even chicken legs and thighs.

The biggest issue is the section below the basket gets very gunky and can be annoying to clean.

The basket is metal and again really difficult to degrease. I still have not found a good way to degrease or clean it well. If it was a silicone based basket would be easier to clean.

Dont bother with the dial based controls. Infuriating. The digital is much better for precision.

Makes amazing roast potatoes.

Bigglesuk19th Dec

I cant see a Philips of same size/quality this price on Amazon? whats the …I cant see a Philips of same size/quality this price on Amazon? whats the model please?


I can’t check all specs at present to compare but have you seen this one?
Philips HD9220/20 Healthier Oil Free Airfryer - Black amazon.co.uk/dp/…Q9Y

The Phillips one is a lot small at 1 litre isn't it?

I have the Phillips airfryer after 3 years it’s still as strong as the day I got it!!! How I’ve lived prior to it will remain a mystery
Can’t comment on other one but the Phillips has been a life saver to me especially last Christmas when oven broke on me and I’m cooking a turkey ( carved) in it
Studio - Deep Fat Fryer £8.99 Delivered using code 050
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I know studio aren't the best company around, but a deep fat fryer delivered for £8.99 is a good deal.

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OK you stick to the more expensive ones that you can obviously afford. Not everyone can afford higher prices.

chrisbarker119 m ago

My point was, that why would I need a bigger deep fat fryer where I need …My point was, that why would I need a bigger deep fat fryer where I need loads of oil to just cook a few chips for my self?


well if you want to fry a few (and it would be a few) chips badly then go ahead and waste your money but you will make a better job using a pan on your hob and adding your .9L of oil to that, at least your hob will have enough power to maintain the oil at the proper temperature, if you can not understand that then i give up.

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-=blootoon=-7 m ago

Well to deep fry properly you need enough oil to submerse whatever you are …Well to deep fry properly you need enough oil to submerse whatever you are cooking and for the temperature to remain high enough to FRY the item, if you do not have enough oil to maintain the temperature then you end up boiling in oil instead of frying, looking at this thing you would have to stand the chips on end to get them in and I would hate to try a bit of fish or chicken in it, these small fryers are cheap for a reason. Also i see no mention of the wattage of the fryer which is usually a bad sign in fryers which are one item that needs the power to maintain the heat, most good fryers are at least 1200W+ and some are even over 2000W but i would avoid these cheaper ones which can be as low as 600W. Lets face it if you are going to deep fry food then at least do it right


My point was, that why would I need a bigger deep fat fryer where I need loads of oil to just cook a few chips for my self?

chrisbarker16 h, 54 m ago

Its £9. There are the same size capacity for a lot more money than this. …Its £9. There are the same size capacity for a lot more money than this. Why would some people need a huge deep fat fryer when there are only cooking for them selves?


Well to deep fry properly you need enough oil to submerse whatever you are cooking and for the temperature to remain high enough to FRY the item, if you do not have enough oil to maintain the temperature then you end up boiling in oil instead of frying, looking at this thing you would have to stand the chips on end to get them in and I would hate to try a bit of fish or chicken in it, these small fryers are cheap for a reason. Also i see no mention of the wattage of the fryer which is usually a bad sign in fryers which are one item that needs the power to maintain the heat, most good fryers are at least 1200W+ and some are even over 2000W but i would avoid these cheaper ones which can be as low as 600W. Lets face it if you are going to deep fry food then at least do it right

chrisbarker11 h, 59 m ago

So £6 cheaper at studio?


Depends how you see it - you have to open a credit account at Studio where as you just buy it directly at Wilko, so is your credit info worth just £6?
Above 50% off Morphy Richards Cookware @ Amazon e.g Morphy Richards Equip 3 Piece Pan Set £22.49
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Found 11th Dec 2017Found 11th Dec 2017
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samyt7911th Dec

Bought this last week for £29.99, tried to get Amazon to refund the …Bought this last week for £29.99, tried to get Amazon to refund the difference but unless I physically return and re-purchase, Amazon won't have it. Great price for a set with decent reviews.


Buy these, then return these as the expensive ones you bought. Sorted.

Holyman4vr4 h, 20 m ago

The pots i have the the procook professional ones, they were handme downs …The pots i have the the procook professional ones, they were handme downs from my mum when we moved in to our new place so are 5+ years old. My Gran also has a set of the tefal Jamie Oliver ones that are good quality. When it comes to pots and pans its definitely a case of you get what you pay for. I am now looking at spending £30 per pot for something that will last years.


I will try procook. Need a ss wok.

bbleo21118019 h, 26 m ago

Which one do you have as my tefal and Morphy Richards pans got Marks …Which one do you have as my tefal and Morphy Richards pans got Marks within 2-3 uses.


The pots i have the the procook professional ones, they were handme downs from my mum when we moved in to our new place so are 5+ years old. My Gran also has a set of the tefal Jamie Oliver ones that are good quality. When it comes to pots and pans its definitely a case of you get what you pay for. I am now looking at spending £30 per pot for something that will last years.

Holyman4vr1 h, 23 m ago

Bought the bigger set of these, had to return it after 2 weeks, they mark …Bought the bigger set of these, had to return it after 2 weeks, they mark very easily if they are on gas hobs. I have other stainless steel pots and have never had an issue with them.


Which one do you have as my tefal and Morphy Richards pans got Marks within 2-3 uses.

Bought the bigger set of these, had to return it after 2 weeks, they mark very easily if they are on gas hobs. I have other stainless steel pots and have never had an issue with them.
DELONGHI Magnifica S ECAM 22.320.SB Bean to Cup Coffee Machine - £269.99 (Possible code glitch taking cost to £254.99 at checkout) @ Currys
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Currently on sale now at £299.99 however they have a 10% off code "SKA10" taking it down £269.99 lasting until tomorrow. However upon testing this by entering the code at the chec… Read more

S*CAM

Should have just posted the code by itself and without mentioning 'glitch'.

mayzi41 m ago

Awful coffee or awful milk?


Both

If you got this a few days ago for £299 then return it and get your money back, even at your glitch price this is very expensive!

ScroopEgerton3 m ago

[Image] It wasn't?I wonder why you defended it a few days ago?Anyway I'm …[Image] It wasn't?I wonder why you defended it a few days ago?Anyway I'm done. Just give it a rest, please.


Yeah, might as well since i don't really know what you're talking about anymore.
Tefal Fry Delight FX100040 Low Fat Fryer - 800 g, White £49.99 @ Amazon
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Found 4th Dec 2017Found 4th Dec 2017
Looks decent for £50 - Air Pulse technology uses pulsed hot air to prepare crisp, tasty and healthy fried food with little to no oil - Versatile, easy-to-use fryer can also grill,… Read more
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Chanchi322 h, 48 m ago

@villians1984 maybe thisnice find Frank


Thank you chichi 😘

Out of stock no

_sion24 m ago

I don't know but this is £120 cheaper.Looks like it's now OOS


Still available for back order at offer price

bodolf8 m ago

Is this better than Phillips air fryer????


I don't know but this is £120 cheaper.

Looks like it's now OOS

Is this better than Phillips air fryer????
Electric Air Fryer, Blusmart Power AirFry Oil Free/less with Temperature and Time Control LED Display 3.4Qt/3.2L 1400W Fry Basket & Recipe Book  £51.99+ Free Delivery in the UK@CYUK via Amazon.
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Deal price: £51.99+ Free Shipping. 37% code: TQ7K6QOR ( code visible at listing). Sold by CYUK and Fulfilled by Amazon. ##Details## ***Extraordinary Air Frying Technology: The a… Read more
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Wilkinsons have their own one at £35.

Sambat2 h, 29 m ago

Reviews look iffy, lots of photos which normally signifies the item was …Reviews look iffy, lots of photos which normally signifies the item was given, or discounted in return for reviews



fakespot.com/pro…ook


Looks like your instinct is right.

Stevie.Badman10 m ago

Cold - £81.99


When I click on it, it offers me a £30 discount that you have to click on and redeem?

Cold - £81.99

Sambat20 m ago

Reviews look iffy, lots of photos which normally signifies the item was …Reviews look iffy, lots of photos which normally signifies the item was given, or discounted in return for reviews



You're not wrong there, I don't think I've ever seen so many images on one product.

I do like how the logo is pixelated out on the official product images.
Breville VDF122 Halo Health Fryer - Click and Collect - £79 @ Tesco.com (or £3 more delivered)
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Tesco seem to have some great deals on kitchen appliances at the moment. Newest version of the Breville Halo with DuraCeramic internals I much prefer this to the Tefal Actifry … Read more

sandiford10113 h, 24 m ago

Back to £99 -


This was 69 at Amazon 2 days back, if I remember correctly. ..missed it too.

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sandiford10113 h, 12 m ago

Back to £99 -


Yup, although if you're looking for one they do keep bouncing down to £89 for 24 hours every few days.

Back to £99 -

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deepu2555 m ago

How does this compare with the Tefal actifry? both airfryers? any advice …How does this compare with the Tefal actifry? both airfryers? any advice please.




I prefer the arrangement and look of the Halo but there isn't a massive difference to be fair. The Halo does seem to be a bit gentler with homemade chips, especially when you're cooking a larger portion - the Tefal can mush them a bit.

I would advise reading some Amazon reviews for both the Halo and Actifry and then deciding.

How does this compare with the Tefal actifry? both airfryers? any advice please.
Tefal Actifry 1KG FZ740840 Black, just £76.49 with Code at Currys
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Saw a deal earlier for amazon at £84.99 and was about to bite when I found it on currys for same price but further 10% off work code SKA10 Price now gone up to £94.99, £85.49 with… Read more
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mickyd880036 m ago

Original before code price gone up £10 from yesterday


Damn them Curry's. Always find a way to wind us up LOL.
Nice spot anyhows. They don't have this in the grey/black on Amazon anymore as I was going to buy it from there.

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Brabus_Duddy55 m ago

Showing as £85.49 with that code


Original before code price gone up £10 from yesterday

Showing as £85.49 with that code

Cheers op.

After my recent run in with currys i would highly recommend paying extra and buyer else where the cs is a complete mess
Morphy Richards 480001 Health Fryer, 3 L, £62.99 @ Amazon
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Great price, 3l high capacity and digital commands. Get in!!! Low oil frying - fry, bake, roast and grill all your favourite family meals in a healthier, more convenient way Ex… Read more

This is the first model without the accessories you want the 480002, I would be lost without mine if you are thinking about buying one do it.

I like to watch the chips go around. So not for me.

Thanks, looks like it’s the cheapest that it’s been on amazon
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