Sold around €100, the Essential Airfryer Compact HD9200/90 adopts the same format as the Essential Airfryer Compact HD9252/90, but swaps its touch panel for physical buttons for easier and more intuitive handling.
The Philips Essential Airfryer Compact HD9200 is an attractive alternative to the cheap oil-free fryers that are springing up on the market. Its control panel is certainly rudimentary, but it is also intuitive. It is thus all the easier to cook with this model as it never reserves any unpleasant surprises when cooking. The temperatures are generally well respected and quickly reached. Remains a range of temperature after all limited and, above all, a size all the same consequent for the small capacity proposed.
- Simple and easy to understand controls.
- No need for preheating.
- Relatively compact size.
- Little noisy.
- Interesting NutriU app.
- Really small basket.
- Compulsory mixing of preparations during cooking.
- Dirty coating.
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The Extra Crisp is a nice addition to the Cookeo. If the cooking is not very fast, the Moulinex heated lid convinces with its ease of use. The implementation is quick, the settings are simple and the companion application already offers around fifty recipes thanks to the large community that Cookeo brings together. However, the Extra Crisp remains less efficient than many full-fledged oil-free fryers, and alone cannot be a good reason to invest in one of Moulinex’s electric pressure cookers, if you haven’t already. .