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09-11-2017, 07:45   #1
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50% off Philips Airfryer on Amazon

Philips HD9220/50 Healthier Oil Free Airfryer - White
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-HD9...4GYB3KFQBR97WK
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09-11-2017, 08:03   #2
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I got the black version of this for £74 over a year ago, possibly during black Friday deals. Dunno if there's great value in this for £75, I'd imagine you'd find it cheaper elsewhere. Great machine mind
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Think I paid £80 at the start of the year for this.
Great machine, try cook everything in it,was definitely worth the £80!!!
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Not sure about that white colour, but this has been the best purchase I made in the last few years. Bought mine way back in 2014 and havent looked back. Use it about 2/3 times a week, replacing my oven in most cases because the end result is much better than a conventional oven.

Highly recommend buying it at this price.
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We picked up the XL version at the start of the year, down to €150. Was the best buy in a long time, the oven has hardly been on since we got it!

Might pick this up to have a backup!
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I got the black version of this for £74 over a year ago, possibly during black Friday deals. Dunno if there's great value in this for £75, I'd imagine you'd find it cheaper elsewhere. Great machine mind
2 years ago on Black Friday it was available for £50, last year the lowest it went was £74 ish....

At £74.00 it is well worth an investment for a Philips.. or maybe take a chance on BF that they will be reduced further..
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2 years ago on Black Friday it was available for £50, last year the lowest it went was £74 ish....

At £74.00 it is well worth an investment for a Philips.. or maybe take a chance on BF that they will be reduced further..
Great yoke indeed. If you can find the 9230 (the digital version) or better again the bigger brother (9240) at a palatable price, you'd be laughing. I'd wait for Nov 24th just in case, but as others have said, currently a bargain, even for the non-digital version.
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I just went on there and bought this and it said the price was £62.. including delivery..! Happy days.
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btw the lower price only showed at the end when I went to pay for it. It said 74£ before that.
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09-11-2017, 11:02   #10
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Actively is €79 in Tesco at the moment
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Actively is €79 in Tesco at the moment
Just for anyone who is trying
To decide between actifry & Philips airfryer the paddle in the middle of the tefal actifry tends to break food up while cooking. I find the Philips much better & you can buy spare parts..... just my preference though.
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Bought one of these last time they were on sale and it's quite possibly the best purchase i've ever made.

Ever. I'm not joking!
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Best thing ive ever bought. For people cooking for more than 1/2 people, i wouldnt recommend this though, hold out for the larger version and try and get a bargain on it
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Bought one of these last time they were on sale and it's quite possibly the best purchase i've ever made.

Ever. I'm not joking!
I'm the same, first I gave up takeaways and started making my own in the Airfryer then I just started eating better, throw the meat in and by the time you've made some salad or microwaved some veg it's done. Best gadget I ever bought and I have a press full of slow cookers and blenders and other crap.
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I just went on there and bought this and it said the price was £62.. including delivery..! Happy days.
think that is the VAT @ 0% price - you must have a business account
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