Summary: I really wanted this product to be everything it said it would be but it was not. Immediately the timer was not accurate so therefore you could not calculate the correct cooking time. I had great plans for this appliance but took it back.
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.
Tabletop convection oven designed to look like a fryer.
10 July 2014
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.
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.