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Philips HD9220/56 Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelAirfryer HD9220/56
DateSep 2013
Colour of productWhite
Housing materialPlastic
Non-slip feet
Power1425 W
Delayed start timer
Delay start (max)0.5 h

Philips HD9220/56 Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2015-02-13
Small, Tasty chips, Built-in timerSmall capacity, Not very versatile, Pricey
What is the Philips Viva Airfryer? The Philips Viva Airfryer is a hot air cooker that offers a healthier alternative to deep fat frying. It's effectively a small fan oven on your worktop. Its chips are superb for a health fryer – the best we've tested. Bu...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-01
First off, I ain't no chef. I do survival cooking — whatever a guy needs to do to have a decent enough meal without having to overdo it. Sometimes I'd want to treat myself to a meal with aesthetically nice “plating,” but more often than not I just want to...
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Reviewed on 2013-01-07
Philips claims its latest chip fryer can serve up delicious sliced spuds using 80 percent less fat. That's all well and good, of course, but do you want to eat the results? We find out for you: click play on the clip above to see what we made of it....
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Reviewed on 2012-07-16
Compact, Easy to use and clean, Package includes nice recipe book.Very expensive, Low cooking capacity
Philips Viva Collection Airfryer (HD9220/20) MRP: Rs 15,000 Street Price (As On 16-July-2012): Rs 14,500 ( ), Rs 15,000 ( ; ) For those trying to shed some weight but unable to let go of junk food, switching to...
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Reviewed on 2012-04-30
When I took an Instagram picture of my Philips Air Fryer about 2 weeks ago, I got a whole lot of comments and replies. I actually bought and have been using the Air Fryer for a long time already. I bought it the day it arrived in Malaysian shores.If you d...
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Reviewed on 2011-05-09
Unlike the Tefal Actifry that is almost totally for ‘potato type products’ this can work with a whole range of products including meats and fish, perhaps the only restriction is that they should be large enough not to fall through the grid....
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Reviewed on 2011-03-29
The Philips Airfryer uses a heating element and a fan, both of which sit above a tray for your food. It offers temperatures of up to 200 degrees, and can cook chips in around 15 minutes – around 10 minutes quicker than an oven. One of the best bits about the Philips Airfryer is the fact that it doesn't use much oil – around a table spoon in fact. That also makes a difference when it comes to tast...On the downside, the Philips Airfryer doesn't produce chips that are up there with the very best. It may be a slightly healthier option, but for taste you simply can't beat a conventional fryer. The Philips Airfryer also takes up a lot of space.
The Philips Airfryer marks a new and innovative way of frying chips and other foods, managing without buckets of greasy oils, and using a fan and heating element instead. The result is faster and healthier – but join us after the cut to find out if it ...
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Reviewed on 2010-12-01
Cooks great chips really quickly, easy to cleanExpensive, limited in what you will eventually find yourself cooking, large for a kitchen worktop
Tweet When it comes to the kitchen you’ve probably already got too many gadgets as it is, so should you be getting the Philips AirFryer? We’ve lived with one for just under a month to find out. Forgetting all the marketing hype, the Philips AirFryer i...
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