Prime Day: this editor-approved Philips air fryer deal just got even cheaper

One of our top Prime Day picks just got even cheaper, meaning you can pick up a Philips air fryer for less when you buy right now

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As the second day of Prime Day arrives, we've been keeping a watchful eye on all the best Prime Day air fryer deals. What we didn't expect was for this amazing deal from Philips to get even. cheaper. 

The Philips Essential Air Fryer Extra Large (opens in new tab) was a hefty 30% off yesterday, but we were amazed to find that this editor-approved fryer has had another deep price drop overnight, taking an extra £15 off the family-sized fryer. That means you can now grab it for just £144.99, reduced from an initial £230. 

Philips knows a thing or two about how to make the best air fryer. This machine can air fry an entire chicken thanks to its 1.2kg capacity that can handle servings for up to five people. You can now pick up the Philips Essential Extra Large for just £159.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab), with a discount of £85. 

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Philips Essential Air Fryer Extra Large | £230, then £159.99, now £144.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Pick up one of our editor-approved air fryers 37% off in this last-minute Prime Day deal. This is one of the lowest prices we've seen on the Philips Essential range, which comes with a unique rapid air technology for speedy cooking. 

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Philips Viva Collection Airfryer XXL | £320 now £250 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Pick up an even larger model from the Philips Viva Collection with a great £70 discount thanks to this air fryer deal from Amazon. With a large enough capacity for a whole chicken or 1.4kg of chips, this is the perfect option for large families. 

Philips produces some of our favourite air fryers. Not only do these models come with easy controls and dishwasher-safe baskets, they also cook incredibly fast. There are modes for frozen foods, as well as fish, fries, and even veggies, so you can whip up an entire meal or simply speed along a side dish. 

One standout feature of the Philips air fryer range is the unique rapid air technology that creates channels of hot air for speedy cooking, while also lifting away excess fat. When we tried this feature first-hand, we found that it made cleaning easier and also sped along the cooking process.

Save big in the US, too...

There is also an impressive saving on the Philips air fryer range for US-based customers right now. You can save $50 on the Digital Twin TurboStar Airfryer XXL in an early Prime Day discount, with a total saving of 13%. 

The Digital Twin TurboStar Airfryer XXL comes with five one-touch programs and the capacity for two whole bags of french fries. 

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Philips Digital Twin TurboStar Airfryer XXL | $399.95 now £349.95 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Amazon is also running a great saving on this top-tier air fryer for US-based customers. With capacity for six servings as well as dishwasher-safe parts, this air fryer is guaranteed to be popular with the whole family.

Air fryers work much like convection ovens in circulating hot air and particles of hot oil around a central basket. This cooks evenly and creates a crispy fried effect, with a lot less oil than traditional frying methods.

For more of our top picks, take a look at the best stand mixers and best slow cookers.

Millie Fender
Millie Fender

Millie joined the Real Homes team in 2021 after working at TopTenReviews as a Staff Writer. She is now the head of all things cooking, working as the Small Appliances and Cooking Editor on the Homes Ecommerce team. Millie is constantly on the hunt for the latest (and best) kitchen appliances, and reviewing these products hands-on. She has passed our five-step certification process to become a verified customer advisor on coffee machines. As a baking enthusiast, Millie’s job at Real Homes is the perfect excuse to cook up an endless supply of snacks. When she’s not in the kitchen though, she loves knitting and exploring London's top food markets.