Amazon Black Friday bargain: Cook healthy and save £80 on Philips XXL air fryer

Air fryers are the hottest kitchen gadget around, and you can save on the 1.4L Philips XXL Airfryer at Amazon

Philips Premium Collection Air Fryer XXL
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The Black Friday fitness deals aren't just about elliptical machines and treadmills: after all, abs are made in the kitchen. 

Fortunately, Amazon's offering a great deal on one of the biggest and best air fryers around: the Philips Premium Collection XXL Air Fryer, which has been discounted by £80 to just £238.95. Check out the deal in full below:

Philips Premium Collection XXL Airfryer | was £320 | now £238.95 | save 25% at Amazon

Philips Premium Collection XXL Airfryer | was £320 | now £238.95 | save 25% at Amazon
Healthy chicken, chips, tofu, veg... the possibilities are endless. And yours. Literally, you could cook an entire chicken in this behemoth. The 2225 watt power and 1.4L capacity means you can cook for the whole family with ease. 

Why get an air fryer?

You'll need the Philips XXL Air Fryer if you love fried food, but hate what it does to your waistline. The Philips has Twin Turbostar fat removal technology, filtering off most of the bad stuff, and a state-of-the-art digital display with five presets for easy cooking.

Good air fryers are fantastic new gadgets that allow us to indulge in our favourite fried foods without drenching them in grease. Using just a teaspoon of oil and a system of hot air circulation, it fries foodstuffs completely evenly, with no need for deep-fat or shallow-frying. 

In this way, air fryers can reduce the amount of calories, fat and harmful compounds in your food. It won't magically transform it into something super-healthy, but for cheat-day treats, and home-cooked dinners, it will reduce the calories you consume while preserving the great taste. 

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Matt Evans

Matt Evans is an experienced health and fitness journalist and is currently Fitness and Wellbeing Editor at TechRadar, covering all things exercise and nutrition on Fit&Well's tech-focused sister site. Matt originally discovered exercise through martial arts: he holds a black belt in Karate and remains a keen runner, gym-goer, and infrequent yogi. His top fitness tip? Stretch.