Argos Value Deep Fat Fryer Reviews
Product Type: Argos fryers
Description:Brand: Argos / Adjustable Thermostat: Yes / Automatic lid-opening: Yes / View Window: Yes / Power 1.2kW / Oil capacity: 1.5L
Newest Review: ... is what you get for buying valued electric item. I have however bought many other Argos valued electric goods in the past ... more
Customer Argos Value Deep Fat Fryer Reviews (18)
by - written on 24/09/13 (Very useful, 47 readings)
I love my chips and basically anything greasy! Even though I know it is not good for me, but occasionally it is okay to have some treats and I consider fried chips one of my treats! Therefore as I was only going to make my fried chips occasionally, I was on a look out for a cheap deep fat fryer, and found Argos Value one to be the one for me! == PRICE == At the time I purchased mine for £9.99 which was a sale price at an Argos shop on eBay, however looking now it is now at £13.99 on the main Argos website which is still a good price for a deep fat fryer. The price is the main thing that attracted me to this fryer, as I have ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/08/11 (Very useful, 107 readings)
I tend to not make chips very often and when I do I usually make wedges and over chips as these are much healthier than fried chips. In fact I didn't have own a deep fat fryer for years but I had been craving proper home-made chips for a while and when I saw that the Argos value fryer was on sale in my local Argos for only £9.99 I decided to treat myself and get it. The value fryer isn't the prettiest of deep fat fryers and I would have much preferred a sleek looking steel one but as it was such a bargain I can't really complain too much about how it looks. It is made from white plastic on the outside and round in shape instead of the more modern rectangle ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/05/11 (Very useful, 41 readings)
I won this fryer in a raffle! Admittedly it wasn't the greatest of wins, but at the cost of a £1 for the ticket, it raised a smile. Unfortunately i'm not a huge fan of deep fat fryers as the whole greasyness thing that is associated with them causes my stomach to churn somewhat. I think it's because when we moved into our current house, we had to spend 2 months scrubbing and cleaning and redocorating the whole kitchen and conservatory due to other peoples grubbiness. It was awful! The smell was so difficult to shift as it was actually embedded in the walls! Wall paper smelt foul and grease was splattered everywhere. If you're using a deep fat fryer, I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/12/10 (Very useful, 150 readings)
I had a pretty decent deep fat fryer when I first moved into our home, but decided a couple of months ago it needed replacing. It was still in good working order, but it was in a pretty bad state, so thought I would replace it. I haven't much in the way of spare cash at the moment so it had to be a bog standard cheap fryer. For price and convenience I decided to go for the basic Argos Value Deep Fat Fryer. This is most definitely a 'no frills' fryer but it was the cheapest I could find so thought I would go for it. The other reason I brought this one was because with it being from Argos, at least you know if you are going to get any problems with it, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/11/10 (Very useful, 103 readings)
I have to admit that I generally don't use a deep fat fryer very often because we all know that its not very healthy! But every so often, I really do fancy some properly deep fried chips because, lets face it, oven chips are just not the same! Because I never planned to use it very often, I certainly did not want to spend very much on the deep fat fryer - and so it was ideal when I stumbled across one about six months ago in the Argos catalogue for just £13.50. As you would expect for a deep fat fryer that cost less than £15, it is pretty basic - which, as I've explained, was all that I felt I needed. For your money, you get the fryer, as well as the fryer ... Read the complete review
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