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3.2L Low Fat Air Fryer

Retail: R2,700

R1,999

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3.2L 6 programs Energy-saving LCD display Innovative
Making a cup of tea for someone is a more complicated process than you first think

Which way are we leaning: Rooibos or regular? Milk: yes or no? The standard sugar inquiry, a two-part question if the first answer is yes.

And if you have your black belt in tea-making, one final question concerning the tea bag: in or out?

How are you supposed to remember that all if you're making tea for, oh say, 3 people?

It doesn't concern today's deals at all, but we had to think about something while we waited for the kettle to boil.

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Innovative hot-air technology for varied results for health-conscious deep-frying, cooking, pan-frying and baking WITHOUT the addition of oil. Become a chef in the kitchen and cook your meals in this stylish Low Fat Fryer using modern intuitive LCD touch display incl. automatic programmes for fast and simple operation.

Details
  • The extremely scratch-resistant, best anti-stick effect, especially heat-resistant, easiest cleaning
  • Energy-saving, quick & odourless rapid heating-up and preparation time due to innovative hot-air technology
  • 6 automatic programmes guarantee perfect results at the push of a button for chips, meat, chicken thighs, shrimps, vegetables and baking
  • Intuitive LCD touch display for fast and simple operation
  • Capacity basket inserts approx. 3.2 L
  • Automatic switch-off with acoustic signal when basket is removed
  • Thermal safety cut-out
  • Power indicator light
  • Ready-to-use indicator light
  • Measurements 40.0 x 29.0 x 34.0 cm
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