Russell Hobbs 27160 SatisFry Medium Digital Air Fryer, Energy Saving Airfryer with 10 Cooking Functions including Bake, Grill and Dehydrate, 4 Litre Capacity, Black

(10 customer reviews)

£59.00

About this item 10 Pre-Set Food Programmes You can select specific programmes for different food types: French fries, eggs, chicken, vegetable, air fry, bake, grill, dehydrate, frozen, reheat. 4 Litre Capacity The SatisFry Air Medium has a generous 4L capacity, which is large enough to hold a maximum 800g capacity of chips. 500g is recommended for best browning results. Air Fry Technology Air Fry technology circulates super-heated air with temperatures up to 220 °C. Energy Saving Saves up to 46 percent energy compared to a conventional oven. 2 Year Manufacturer’s Guarantee Plus 1 extra year when you register the product online within 28 days.

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Brand

‎Russell Hobbs

Model Number

‎27160

Colour

‎Black

Product Dimensions

‎34 x 25.2 x 25.6 cm; 3.84 Kilograms

Capacity

‎4 litres

Power / Wattage

‎1350 watts

Voltage

‎240 Volts

Material

‎Plastic, Aluminium

Auto Shutoff

‎Yes

Special Features

‎Dishwasher safe non-stick coated fry basket & crisping plate, Air Fry technology generates a whirlwind of superheated hot air up to 220°C, Digital tough display, easy to wipe clean, Shake reminder with audible beep halfway through cycle, for foods that need a shake, 10 preset foods/programs: fries, eggs, chicken, vegetable, bake, grill, dehydrate, frozen, reheat

Item Weight

‎3.84 kg

ASIN

B0BPD1PD22

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Best Sellers Rank

369 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen) 6 in Air Fryers

Date First Available

7 Dec. 2022

10 reviews for Russell Hobbs 27160 SatisFry Medium Digital Air Fryer, Energy Saving Airfryer with 10 Cooking Functions including Bake, Grill and Dehydrate, 4 Litre Capacity, Black

  1. David A. Cooper

    I’d been dithering over this for half a year, not knowing which type of air fryer to go for; the choice was bewildering. I read hundreds of reviews of many models and was repeatedly put off by comments about the burning plastic smell filling the house, but I didn’t see that in the comments about these Russel Hobbs ones, and the brand is one I’ve trusted for decades, so I kept coming back for another look. I watched a wide variety of air fryers being used on a shopping channel too and learned how to use them from there, as well as getting a feel for which type and capacity might suit my needs, but I still didn’t believe that they could be as good as the hype. The price of this four litre model gradually came down to a level where I felt it was worth the risk of giving it a go. If I’d known sooner what I know now, I’d have bought one months ago at a higher price. Right enough: no burning plastic smell, so I’m really happy about that, and I was stunned at the taste of the food that came out of it.I wanted to try cooking chips first to see if they were as good as people claim, but I also wanted to cook a piece of sockeye salmon, so I hit the “fries” button, then adjusted the temperature down from 205 to 200 as a compromise for when the fish would be added half way through the process. I also adjusted the timing up to 22 minutes, but with the intention of checking and stopping the process early if necessary. I found that I could adjust the temperature and time during cooking too, which means you can make changes along the way if your inspections suggest you need them. After 11 minutes it beeped, I turned the chips over, then set the fish on top of some of them to keep it off the metal plate in case it tried to burn onto it, but I needn’t have worried as there was no danger of that happening – I’m used to cooking fish on a grill pan on a ring where the heat is transmitted to the fish through contact with the metal, but in the air fryer the heat comes from above and all round, while some conducts through the plate but without risk of anything burning and sticking to it. I opened the basket early a few times to check progress (including before half time) and ended up eating the content two minutes early, but I also opened it early to remove the skin from the side of the fish that had it, this being on the top. I didn’t need to turn it over as the underside was fine and it was the newly exposed top surface that wanted most exposure to the heat. The fish tasted twice as good as it does in a pan on a ring: it was astonishing. The chips tasted like the ones you get in good chip shops, although with some burnt bits here and there and some bits still pale. If you want perfection it might be worth using an air fryer with a rotating cylinder to put the chips in, but I wouldn’t bother going to all that trouble. I simply picked out the ones that looked as if they were likely to burn and turned them over or ate them at that point.One thing that I wasn’t sure about was the holes in the side of the basket. I haven’t seen any other types of air fryer that have those, but it had no negative consequences beyond a drop of oil getting through and leaving a slight mark on the internal wall of the fryer. You want to keep cleaning that anyway, so it wasn’t a problem, and it likely provides an advantage when you stuff the basket full by aiding the circulation of hot air to those surfaces up against the walls. The fan makes a bit of noise and I had to turn the television up a bit – yes, I did the cooking in the living room to make it easier to monitor the process, and then I ate the food straight out of the basket. Nice not to have to cook in the kitchen, and it’s light enough to carry around and cook with it anywhere in the house. This will completely change the way I do cooking, and I’m really happy with this fryer. It could easily cook enough for two people and maybe three at a push. I’m now tempted to buy the 5.5 litre version as well to handle situations where I need to cook more and might need to use significantly different temperatures at the same time, but I’ll stick to using this one for a while first to learn more about using it. This is a great machine and I’d be very surprised if it disappointed anyone.

  2. Alfromthe midlands

    If cooking just for one then buy this air fryer.Super quality, easy to use and great value.Buy “The “I Love My Air Fryer” Cooking for One Recipe Book” too – a great combination.If cooking for more than one; buy a bigger capacity fryer.

  3. andrew kennedy

    I’ve found this a perfect edition to my kitchen. Easy to use and clean and energy saving. i also got some air fryer liners which help keep the mess to the minimum. there are pre-set cooking times and that are easy to understand. I’ve so far not managed to poison myself yet. ideal for one or two people, I would recommend this product.

  4. Julie Wheeler

    I live this airfryer. Purchased for my motorhome. It is equally as good as the ninjas I have in my house.Very easy to use. Cooks food well and quickly. A brilliant asset.

  5. amazon junkie

    My first experience of an air fryer – I thought maybe there was some mystique about them but quickly realised they’re just small ovens.Basically they just warm up quicker and cook quicker.I use it almost every day and am very happy with it.

  6. Mr. Brian R. Dougal

    Good value straight forward airfryer. Doesn’t pretend to be anything else and better for that.Having had it few months now I remain convinced these things would be more accurately called a “mini fan oven” because that is how they cook.

  7. Jim S.

    Good size to cook 2 sea bass together

  8. Not bad thanks

    I swear by this as opposed to deep fat frying,shallow frying, its so much cleaner and the food tastes great and very easy to clean, faster than the oven aswell

  9. Amazon Customer

    Love it, less time consuming when cooking snacks, meals, small Sunday roasts.

  10. dalia

    Very happy with my purchase.

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