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Philips HD9220/20 Airfryer Healthier Oil Free Fryer - Black

by Philips
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  • Use up to 80% less fat than a conventional fryer for the best-tasting chips, without the oil
  • Fully-adjustable temperature control allows you to pre-set the best cooking temperature for your food
  • Integrated timer to pre-set cooking times of up to 30 minutes and auto-off function includes a "ready" sound indicator
  • Comes with a recipe booklet containing 30 recipes including brownies and quiches
  • Ships in certified frustration-free packaging
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Technical Details
Brand Philips
Model NumberHD9220/20
Item Weight7 Kg
Product Dimensions38.4 x 28.7 x 31.5 cm
Capacity800 Grams
Maximum Weight Capacity800 Grams
Power / Wattage1425 watts
Voltage230 volts
Special FeaturesOil-Less, Timer, Cord Storage
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 2 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7 Kg
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Date First Available9 Sept. 2010


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Box Contains

1x Quick start guide
1x Perfect chip guide
1x Directions of use
1x Recipe

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1,260 of 1,297 people found the following review helpful By Bob on 2 Dec. 2010
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I bought this to replace an "Actifry" which was excellent but suddenly packed up after about 2 ½ years when the element blew. The Airfryer has a 2 year guarantee which gives a degree of confidence however if there are any reliability issues I will update this review.
This is a low fat fryer which relies on hot air for cooking, much safer than a deep fat frying, the food to be cooked is placed in a basket (which can be divided in two to separate two different types of food and even take a 7" dish although taking it out of the basket is not the easiest of tasks) the temperature and time is set and that is it except that halfway through the basket has to be removed and shaken, this is particularly important with chips which will stick together if not shaken. The cooked food was excellent, chips cooking well and fast
Both the Airfryer and the Actifry do similar things in a similar manner but there are some detailed differences.
The Airfryer has a smaller workplace footprint although taller than the Actifry, is quieter (still with a fairly noisy fan) and cooks quicker. Also the Airfryer does not have a paddle which rotates and can damage delicate foods and is easier to clean.
The Actifry does however have one other advantage other than cost in that you can see the food being cooked.
UPDATE I still like it but the mechanical timer sometimes sticks or rather does not start, if you hear it ticking it is going to be OK.
UPDATE 24/03/11
It is being advertised on one of the shopping channels at the moment and they show cooking sausages although I am sure this works it advises against sausages and other high fat items in the instruction book, it does not give a reason but I assume that it is to prevent fat splashing on the heating element.
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1,164 of 1,229 people found the following review helpful By Mark H TOP 500 REVIEWER on 28 Oct. 2010
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I was very dubious about this product and the claims it made before I received it. I mean, the very practice of frying is hardly healthy now is it. Hence the reason I've never owned any sort of fat fryer and only occasionally shallow fry food. However, I was drawn to the fact that this is an 'air fryer', a technology that superheats air and allows the use of minimal amounts of oil or even none at all.

On receiving the Airfryer I was surprised at the size. It isn't exactly small and it is a reasonable weight as well. What I was very impressed with was the build quality. The thing looks very swish in the corner of the kitchen, black and chic as if it will transform your chips into modern art pieces. And taste wise I found it wasn't too far off! But I digress. Set up was easy and very well laid out in the easy start guide provided with the fryer. The whole thing was out of the box, washed and set up ready for use in less than 20 minutes.

My first foray into airfrying was actually not chips but some chinese wonton dumplings that had been sitting in the freezer for some time. Now the instructions on the packet were to fry them from frozen for 12 minutes, and after consulting the guide with the fryer that tied in with the time given for spring rolls which I deemed to be of similar construction and density. So I pre-heated the airfryer for a few minutes and then popped the food in the basket. Gave them a quick shake halfway through and then at the end of cooking I was presented with perfectly cooked, crisp and golden pork wonton. Really nicely cooked and completely hassle free.

I have cooked self made chips, oven chips and self made potatoe cubes in the airfryer and all came out perfectly.
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131 of 144 people found the following review helpful By $apphire TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 28 Jan. 2013
I bought the airfryer 12 months ago but from kitchen science as it was cheaper but thought I would list some of the pro's and cons of it's use as I live in a busy house so the airfryer has been used at least once a day for a year mainly to cook McCain crispy french fries and thought it would give any potential buyers a idea of what to expect as it's quite a costly purchase.

It makes nice fries once you've worked out the best settings to get the fries the way you like them (I put them on 200 degrees for 17 minutes & shake the basket once about half way through cooking).
It's fairly easy to clean just use hot soapy water or put in the dishwasher although it also recommends using a degreaser spray which I'd agree with.
The timer dial occassianly sticks so you lose track of where your fries are in the cooking cycle and it also means the airfryer won't switch off as the timer has to reach zero for that to happen so you have to switch off at the socket once you've finnished frying.I've also noticed after a year of cleaning the basket & bowl have started to fade in colour which I fear may mean they will need replacing soon as the manual states the black coating is required to help with maintaining the temperature & circulation in the airfryer,so I put a picture in customer images to show what I mean.Also when you remove the basket to shake what your cooking the airfryer keeps going and the heating element is exposed which seems to be a potential safety hazard.
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