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27-03-2020, 20:40   #1
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Philips Airfryer full HD Amazon

Posted just for fun

Was looking on Amazon for an Airfryer when I came across this one:
Philips Avance Collection hd9653/90

Was really pleased to see the full spec:

DVB-T / DVB-T2 H . 265-Tuner ( MPEG-2 / MPEG-4 / HEVC / H . 265 )
Auto Scan Automatic channel search at first installation
Display mode: up to 1080p Full HD
Aspect Modus 16 : 9/4 : 3 Letterbox / 4 : 3 Pan & Scan
Video output RGB HDMI first 4


Unfortunately out of stock at the moment
Was so looking forward to some wedges in full HD
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27-03-2020, 20:44   #2
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a little expensive, ever used tefal tefal actifry
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a little expensive, ever used tefal tefal actifry
Tefal don't offer full HD
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lol what's full HD
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lol what's full HD
1080p
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27-03-2020, 21:29   #6
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lol you guys talking about display screen? I thought cooking food in HD or something.
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27-03-2020, 21:31   #7
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Jokes aside, and having owned both. I would take the Philips over the tefal every day of the week. Too many moving plastic parts in the tefal and really expensive to replace any if they break.

Philips is made of sturdier stuff and easy to keep clean.
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27-03-2020, 21:33   #8
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https://www.did.ie/tefal-actifry-org...bc&fo_s=gplaie

You used this one or similiar yeah? We may be looking to buy a new one ourselves, so out of curiosity if it was this one then I may take your word and go for philips
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You used this one or similiar yeah? We may be looking to buy a new one ourselves, so out of curiosity if it was this one then I may take your word and go for philips
Used the older version of that. It's the spinny paddle that has plastic that breaks. The motor can give trouble also.
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28-03-2020, 08:51   #10
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We've a philips one for years.. grand yoke..
No moving parts, great for oven chips and the like.
I do a fry in it, straight out of the freezer.. works a treat..
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We've a philips one for years.. grand yoke..
No moving parts, great for oven chips and the like.
I do a fry in it, straight out of the freezer.. works a treat..
Yeah you can’t beat a Philips airfryer in my opinion, I have the xxl version and 1.9kg chicken done in an hour and it’s delicious, the list of foods is endless and I think they are so underrated
It’s not just for chips
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Yah, thats the only thing I'd say bout our one.. its a bit small..
If it ever dies I'll go lookin for the XXL one...

I agree its not just for chips.. there's all sorts of recipes if you google for em.

But I value it really for the convenience of it.. the kids can do my head in around the place so things can get forgotten about.. pots boil over the odd time etc.. but with the airfryer its fire and forget.. just stick it on at the right temp and for the required time.. and then no matter what minor emergency takes place at least the food in the airfryer won't be overdone...
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I guess our next buy will be philip's actifry. cheers guys

We had the model I linked more than 2 times I'm sure, and within less than 5 years lol. So, it's okay but considering you're saying that philips is running smooth for years without problems means to say it's of better quality I think. The motor is an issue with actifry yes.
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What the best price out there for the XL at moment??? Amazon? Harvey Norman??
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a little expensive, ever used tefal tefal actifry
I made the mistake of going with the tefal first
Every single part Broke over a two year period
Some of them twice

No comparison
I have two of the philips now . Hardly use oven
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