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Philips HD9220/29 Airfryer, 1.8lb/2.75qt, Black

Air is the new oil and now with the Philips Airfryer you fry in a healthier way with up to 75% less fat* The Philips Airfryer makes it possible to enjoy healthier version of your favorite foods by frying them with a tablespoon or less of oil and draining excess fat during cooking. The unique starfish shape circulates air around the entire unit, heating up to 390 degrees to ensure all food is cooked evenly. Food becomes crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. The Philips Airfryer does more than just fry. It can also grill, roast and even bake your food so you have more quick and easy options when feeding your family or entertaining guests. *As shown in a laboratory using fresh fries and canola oil compared to a deep fryer.

Product Features

  • Featuring Rapid Air Technology, the Philips Airfryer circulates hot air with speed and precision for perfect results using less oil
  • Cook delicious and crispy fries with 75% less fat!* *As shown in a laboratory using fresh fries and canola oil compared to a deep fryer
  • When you purchase and register this Philips Airfryer you’ll get an exclusive offer to try Noom’s Healthy Weight Program for free. Noom is a fully mobile weight loss solution, that helps you achieve a healthier lifestyle and lose weight for good
  • Includes Quick Start/Food Reference Guide and free app with more than 150 recipes
  • Dishwasher-safe parts for a quick and easy clean up
  • Included Components: Airfryer, Quick Start/Food Reference Guide and Instructions

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Anonymous says:

Size Matters Philips makes a great product- their air fryers are more expensive but also well made. My problem is in their marketing- they quote capacity using weight instead of volume, which is an oxymoron. This unit has a 1.8 pound capacity, so 1.8 pounds of dense meat is equivalent to 1.8 pounds of less dense French fries? You could put 3 pounds of something in there if it would fit as too much weight is irrelevant — what does matter is volume.Reality is their basket is pretty small and a…

Anonymous says:

My thoughts on the standard size Philips AirFryer HD9641/96 I’m a newbie at AirFrying but I have some thoughts specifically about the standard size Philips AirFryer models. I have the Philips 9641/96 (USA model with the improved V2 airflow technology) with the Dual Level Rack and Grill accessories. This model Philips is expensive, if you buy at list price, but I see them discounted regularly. Yes, they are more costly than other AirFryers, however there are reasons why.In my limited AirFryer experience (4 weeks) I’ve cooked bacon (with the…

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