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    Stainless Steel Mini Deep Fat Fryer

    This Stainless Steel Mini Deep Fat Fryer requires only half the oil that you would normally use, reducing the heating time dramatically. You no longer have to heat 3 litres of oil for a small portion of tasty chips.Deep_fat_fryerCompact and economical to use this Mini Fat Fryer features a multi-temperature control to prepare delicious fish, scampi, potato croquets, chips, waffles or even pineapple and apple fritters.

    With built-in anti-odour filter and removable basket and tongs, it is neat and easy to use and clean.

    . Quick to heat
    . Compact & easy to clean
    . Multi-temperature control
    . Integral anti-odour filter
    . 1.7L capacity (0.9l oil capacity)
    . 840w
    . CE / EMC & ROHS certificated.

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