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AdvantagesCompact. Price.

DisadvantagesDifficult to clean.

...The kitchen in my last house was ridiculously small, there was barely enough work top space to prepare food on never mind store appliances, so I has to make do with the bare essentials. Thankfully the kitchen is much larger in our current house and as soon as we moved in I began making a list of all the kitchen appliances I needed. I decided I wanted to purchase a Deep Fat Fryer but didn't want...

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“Deep Fat Fryer”

published 23/09/2012

AdvantagesLarge observation widow, cooks perfectly, inexpensive

DisadvantagesDispenses smell of fat, exterior remains hot for a long time

...We have owned the Russell Hobbs deep fat fryer in the region of 18 months I believe and it cost £27 at the time of purchase. This model is still available to purchase now though the cost will vary depending upon where it is sourced. We bought this model as it looked compact but appeared to be able to do the job and it fits well into our small kitchen area in our apartment. It is perhaps not...

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AdvantagesCooks quickly, thoroughly and evenly, filter and windows are good features

DisadvantagesLid doesn't sit particularly well on base

...A couple of weeks ago we decided to get a new deep fat fryer as this is one item that no matter how much you clean it, it eventually becomes greasy and nasty and pretty much beyond cleaning and this is what happened to ours so we brought a new one from Amazon as I had a voucher. The fryer cost £27.50 at full retail price, so with my £15 voucher I got it quite cheap. This isn?t a brand I had...

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