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Philips-hd9220.33194011
8.5 out of 10

Philips HD9220

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Overall 4
4.0

Not worth

MEGAN, Amazon
26 September 2014
Overall 4
4.0

OVERPRICED IMO

ROCKYMTNMALE "MOVIES ON DEMAND", Amazon
14 September 2014
  • Summary: IMO YOU CAN GET A SIMILAR EFFECT WITH YOUR AVG CONVECTION TOASTER OVEN UNLESS YOU WANT TO SPEND A LOT OF MONEY FOR THIS ITEM.
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Overall 4
4.0

Don't buy this until they fix a serious weak point

Douglas E. Johnston, Amazon
5 September 2014
  • Summary: the only reason I give this two stars instead of one is because I wish to believe that Phillips did not INTENTIONALLY put a poor product out for sale. They're a solid company with a well-earned reputation for quality products. This is not one of those, in my experience. It has a critical weak point, and until they fix that, I strongly suggest you don't buy this product. I unpacked this brand-new item, and proceeded to explore its features.
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Overall 4
4.0

it, not really what i want~

Jack.x.Sun, Amazon
10 June 2014
  • Summary: i love the way this thing work~ but! but! But! its so hard to clean. I try all kind way to clean this thing but if u got chess or any kind thing will melt. don't use it.....
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Overall 4
4.0

A high-priced mini convection oven. Questionable marketing by Philips.

Alex Green, Amazon
18 December 2013
  • Summary: First things first. This is not a fryer but a mini convection oven and it performs similarly to other convection ovens, majority of which are far more versatile and are selling for less. I got mine as a gift. It is the version that sells in Canada and it does not come with food separator or baking dish. With retail price over $200, you'd expect these things to be included. How well does it perform? It makes decent baked fries in about 20-25 mins.
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Overall 4
4.0
Ease of use 4
4.0
Performance 6
6.0

Sounds good but not very practical

Trevorjc18, philips-store.com
2 December 2013
  • Summary: I was very disappointed to read in the instruction manual that I should use frozen, pre-prepared fries in the AirFryer. This is certainly not what I expected.
  • Cons: big, takes up a lot of counter space or storage space, recommeded to use frozen packaged food
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Overall 4
4.0
Ease of use 2
2.0
Performance 4
4.0

This was just not for me

Subee, philips-store.com
18 August 2013
  • Summary: Found it very nicely designed and the basket size very large. Tried many items and seemed to be hit or miss as to whether the item I tried to cook was crisp or soggy. The timer sometimes would not stop on the appropriate number setting and there is no way to clear it once it is set. Was not too happy that the basket did not have a lock so it could be opened anytime to check. Might have liked it with more recipes. Could not find additional recipes online either.
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Overall 4
4.0

Tabletop convection oven designed to look like a fryer.

Shopper, Amazon
15 April 2012
  • Summary: I tried one of these, because I had seen the messy results of the Oprah endorsed Actifry with the rotating paddle turn some foods, (and French fries), into mush.. This is a tiny, (capacity), tabletop convection oven designed to look like a fryer. It's actually a very big device, about the same size as a bread machine. It does what it says, but it has a very small capacity.
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Overall 4
4.0

Don't. Just don't. It's not worth $200+

ubu35 "ubu35", Amazon
15 April 2012
  • Summary: When this is priced at $50, I would suggest it for single people living in apartments. When you only fry enough food for one person, it's sized appropriately and doesn't take up much space in a kitchen. But for a device that costs over $100, for any demographic, just use a pan. Or if you want to be healthy, bake your food in the oven. The main attraction the air fryer had in my household was that this could fry with very little oil, rendering the food healthier.
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Overall 4
4.0

A Small, Efficient Convection Oven

IanG, Amazon
14 April 2012
  • Summary: Potatoes cooked from scratch in this machine come out greaseless, yes, but dry & more like roasted potatoes than french fries. Lash on the ketchup, and they seem OK, I guess. Frozen fries fare better, but they have been deep-fried already, so there is no calorie savings there. Doughnuts came out looking like bagels, and were too dry to eat. This appliance cooks and dries your food. It works the way a convection oven works, with perhaps more intense air movement.
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