This Maxifry deep fryer from Tefal has a 1kg food capacity to feed the whole family. It has a cool touch outer with an adjustable filter and a viewing window so you can check the progress of the cooking.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by RobC Tefal FF123140 Maxifry
I bought this Maxifry when my 14 year old Breville fryer finaly brokedown, so I was looking for a similar cool walled fryer but perhaps abit more econonical to run. This Tefal uses just under 2 litres of cooking oil and 1600 watts of electricity - so it should be both more ecomomic on cooking oil and electricity than my previous fryer. I've used it about 4 times since it arrived and first impressions are very good - I use my fryer really just for fish and chips - and the results are perfectly cooked crispy fish and chips just the way I like them. The Maxifry is a cool wall fryer with an observation glass window in the top which in practice I find very useful as you can see how the food inside is cooking without opening the top - a useful safty feature. It holds enough for two people at a time, I would say, which is acceptable for me as anything bigger would simply be a waste of electricity and cooking oil. It's not too big on the outside either - I have seen some of the alternative fryers which are just massive - the Maxifry fits into my kitchen cupboard easily and is cool to lift when using its built in carrying handles. As you would expect with Tefal the insides look easy to clean, and it has a filter built into the removeable lid. Having read other reviews I am expecting it to be more reliable than other fryers on the maket at the moment, so all in all I would say just right for what I want.
I bought this using Debenhams Click and Collect service - it was ready to collect from my local Debenhams shop about 5 working days after I ordered it.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Chloe G Smalllish
It's smaller than the model I thought I was buying. It does the job but it's got a smaller basket than my last Tefal model.
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