Product Type: Philips fryers
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Worth Paying a Little More For the Healthier Option
Member Name: R_Malone
Advantages: Easy to use, nice design features, healthier option
Disadvantages: costs more than a normal fryer
The Philips Airfryer is an easy device to use and comes with a nice instruction booklet that should point even the worst of cooks in the right direction. It is also very well designed, is pretty sleek-looking, and it is easy to see that Philips have put a lot of thought into their product. The plug stows away nicely inside an aperture in the Airfryer's body. The controls are easy to use and there is even a built in bell to inform absent-minded cooks that it is time to check on their food or dish it up. I like this feature a lot because nobody want to stand and watch a fryer and it is easy to get distracted if you do not, so the audible signal offers peace of mind and should guarantee that there will be no black burgers on anybody's plate.
The Philips Air fryer is also easy to clean when you have finished with it so; all in all it is hard for me to fault it. It is a little expensive, I suppose, and I could walk into any of our local shops and buy a deep fat fryer for a fraction of the price I paid for the Philips Airfryer, but what price can you put on your health? Fried food is never going to be the healthy option, even if it is tasty, so I was happy to pay a little bit more for the healthier option - the Philips Airfryer.
Summary: A well designed, quality product, that offers a healthier alternative for lovers of fried foods.
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