Product Type: Philips fryers
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Great food, without the mess!
Member Name: jayb72
Date: 06/12/12, updated on 07/12/12 (84 review reads)
Advantages: Doesn't need oil. Healthy.
Disadvantages: Small basket
I have had a Philips Airfryer for quite a while now and I've been very impressed with it. I purchased it when my old deep fat fryer stopped working and it has been well worth the money. I paid £150, but at the time this was a sale price and the RRP was around £200. I have seen them on offer much cheaper than this though.
One of the main benefits of the Airfryer as that you don't need to put oil in it so it saves you money and is a lot less messy than a deep fat fryer.
The food tastes much better also as it is not soaked in oil and another bonus is that it is also much healthier, especially for anyone who is watching their weight.
There are many uses for the Airfryer ranging from chips and chicken to cupcakes! There is also a recipe book included to give you more ideas of how to use it.
One of the few problems with the Airfryer is the size of the basket, which is quite small and may be a problem for a big family.
This aside, this is a very good item and highly recommended.
Summary: Good appliance. Healthy but a bit small for large families
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