out of stock Philips Airfryer XXL Digital (HD9651/91) $314.37 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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Philips Airfryer XXL Digital (HD9651/91) $314.37 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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  • +9 votes

    Usually dispatched within 1 to 2 months.

    Woah!

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    Want this but cant wait 2 months

  • -1 vote

    What's the difference between a Airfryer and a < $40 turbo oven?

    • +8 votes

      The two month delivery time apparently

    • +1 vote

      Not much. The airfryer is much smaller, much louder, and slightly quicker than a conventional fan forced oven. This pretty much sums it up: https://www.wired.com/story/air-fryers/

      • +1 vote

        Yes, the Wired reviewer didn't seem impressed at all with the concept, and suggested it would be better to upgrade your conventional oven to a fan-forced convection one.

        However, there are a lot of use cases for counter top ovens aka "toaster ovens", convenience being one of them.

        What distinguishes the Philips model from other counter top ovens is its design — both the shape and the internal baskets for optimally holding the foods to be cooked, as well as its modes specifically dedicated to air frying.

        Personally I would prefer the air frying equivalent of the trusty Breville Smart Oven Pro. Basically the same, but slightly larger, with air frying baskets and an additional cooking mode.

        But, inexplicably, this model (Breville Smart Oven Air BOV900BSS) doesn't seem to want to come out in Australia.

      • +1 vote

        I have a good quality fan forced oven and my Philips XL does a much better and quicker job.

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        So these things are meant to replace an oven, not a frying pan?

  • +1 vote

    Literally the same price if you get it from Myer Ebay with the 10% off. Free delivery or cnc.

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    I have been thinking about getting an air fryer as I want to fry chicken regularly. Doing research is hard, so many models of so many different sizes and price ranges. Overwhelming to the max.

    • +2 votes

      HI Joey, don't think of them as a 'fryer' think of them as a small turbo charged oven that cooks quicker and keeps the food more moist. I have a Philips XL and a cheaper Maxkon 7L model. They both work, the Philips definitely cooks quicker and better, but the Maxkon does do an adequate job. Depends on how much you want to pay, the Maxkon is about 130.. the philips is around 300. Hope that helps :)

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        Am I on the wrong path thinking that these are a healthier way to cook?

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          It's still fried which is worse than fresh but no oil required for moist food.

          Broiled or sous vide may be better as well due to less char and lower heat creating less carcinogens.

          It's a good idea to reduce or eliminate meat consumption too. Although it's easier said than done especially for meat lovers like myself.

          • -1 vote

            @abuch47: "deep fried" is only bad because of being soaked in oil. If you aren't doing that you're simply baking, which is as healthy as cooked food gets.

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          They are, any oil in the food drains out.
          I have no idea on why the other guy says they are fried as they simply aren't, I never use any oil to cook, not even a drop. It uses air to cook.
          I throw steaks in mine, chicken, fish, frozen pies, you name it.

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            @ttc72: Because it's an air fryer.

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              @abuch47: I don't think you actually get how it works.
              The fat drains out. You don't use oil.
              It's actually quite healthy.
              If you don't add anything unhealthy to it like oil, then how is it worse? All it does is cook the food. Are you a tinfoil hat wearer that thinks everything is going to kill you that likes to comment about stuff they don't actually know anything about?

  • +2 votes

    This product changed my life. For realz

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    Same price as ebay but 6% cashback with shopback or 5% with cashrewards extra. Also standard delivery to me was shown as 28th Feb to 4th March.

  • +1 vote

    I researched a lot for weeks and ended up buying the Kmart brand for $79 i recall last year. I also bought the Philips from Costco to compare and ended up returning the Philips brand as the end product was more or less the same. Philips is more refined compared to Kmart from build quality perspective but I was surely impressed and convinced by Kmart brand.

    Each to their own but I could not tell the difference between Kmart and Philips air fryer fried chicken, nuggets and chips.

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    I have a Breville Smart Oven and a turbo. Got given the Phillips xxl air fryer 3 weeks ago and I love it. I don't agree that it's quicker but I love the fact you use much less oil. There's only two of us but I wouldn't get a smaller one. So far have cooked everything from scratch and really love it.

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    Anyone know where I can find it anywhere else for this price?

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    this is easy to cook frozen chips with.. just dunk them in, set for 12 minutes at 200, at 6 minutes pause, shuffle the chips around, resume, eat chips.

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      What are the chips like from the unit? Crispy? How different are they from traditional deep fried style potato chips?

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        I don't know how to cook, but when i do it like i posted above they are very crispy but not toooo crispy. Some are more crispy than others. I don't know what they are, if you mean pub chips, i prefer pub chips than frozen chips cooked with this airfryer, but they still taste great when cooked with this airfryer.

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    I live in Burwood Melbourne, anyone needs a brand new air flyer can come to my place to pick up, $300 cash, brand new sealed in the box, pm me to set up time for pick up cheers.

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    Need one of these