SHOPPERS are rushing to buy a bargain air fryer for £99 that can cook a whole chicken in just 40 minutes.
Air fryers regularly sell out across different retailers, so shoppers are always quick to share when they’ve spotted a good deal.
One eagle eyed shopper posted that the Tower 11 litre digital air fryer is currently in stock at Robert Dyas to deal-finding site HotUKDeals.
The kitchen gadget costs just £99.99 plus £4.95 home delivery.
It has been reduced from £149.99 – a saving of a £50.
Tower claim the air fryer can cook 30% faster than a conventional oven and cook a 1kg chicken in just 40 minutes.
On the Robert Dyas site, shoppers posted to say they have been left very happy with their purchase.
One savvy saver said: “Nice bit of kit. I’ve been using mine for a year.”
Another wrote: “Absolutely love my air fryer. I love the oven design and it cooks a whole meal in one space.”
While a third said: “My oven has failed and the air fryer has really proven to be a versatile addition in my kitchen.
“Anything that would have gone in the oven has cooked perfectly in the Tower.”
The air fryer has a 5-in-1 functionality that lets you use it as an air fryer, rotisserie and a dehydrator, as well as for baking and roasting.
Its digital control panel includes temperature settings and a timer.
We had a look around to see if Robert Dyas price was the cheapest on the market for this product.
We found it on Amazon and Very for £99, reduced from £119.
You can always look at different models, for example, we found a Daewoo rotisserie air fryer oven also on Robert Dyas for £99.99.
As always before you commit to a purchase, you should have a shop around to make sure you’re getting the best deal.
You should also bare in mind that if you order online, you will have to pay a delivery charge.
Use price comparison tools like Google Shopping to find similar products from other retailers and compare prices.
Air fryers have gained popularity over the last few months as under the new price cap, using one for 15 minutes costs just 13p.
It comes as energy bills are still heavily on everyone’s minds, and people have turned to plug in devices to save their coins.
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