Latest review: Bought from Harvey Norman a year ago on sale, what an absolute amazing product. Ive ummed and ahhed about a thermal cooker for a few years but could not justify the cost. Enter the Tefal Cuisine
Latest review: The cook for me plus red is so good looking, just looking at it makes you feel hungry... A great thing to show off in your kitchen as it stands out. Bought it for my mother however she doesn't seem
Latest review: It was heavily reduced at The Good Guys, so I decided to give it a go.
It is a good quality device, it can be both a blender and a soup. You can also make a mashed potato with it. Good for
Latest review: this is my 2nd Telfal air fryer and found the design is getting better and the cooking time get reduced.
this one is good for chips and fish fingers . also the size of it is good for family of
Latest review: I bought my Tefal Optigrill+XL GC722 in 2017 at Harvey Norman and it worked really well for the first 2 years. Unfortunately, just after the grill was out of warranty it started to revert to the
Latest review: I have always been a huge fan of Tefal's products and hence bought the FV5648 in June 2018 after a bit of research. I was initially happy with its performance even though it felt a little bit heavy
Latest review: I cooked my fish and chips in the air fryer. It is so easy and wonderful. The food taste good but they don't take me much time. We are happy to have
Latest review: These are quality pans with a superb non stick surface and heavy gauge bottom. Far superior to the basic ingenio range (which are still great cooking pans). Easy to clean and stow. I find nothing
Latest review: I bought my Tefal FV5606 a week ago . I did some research before I went and purchased my Iron from David Jones. However, it's only when you get these items home and start using them do you really
Latest review: Big cooker with fast cooking.
Nice and tasty food comes from this cooker.
Oil draining container is excellent.
The oil filter is great you can re use the oil.
Its also easy to clean.
Latest review: The cord is so short that it can't be used without an extension lead. "Smart" rapidly became "stressful" when you can't select heat options. When it is full of water, this iron works well but is
Latest review: I bought a Jamie Oliver Tegal fry pan a couple of years ago and the only things that don't stick to it are the plastic cooking utensils. I have followed the cleaning and conditioning instructions to
Latest review: This product work very well , the iron Tefal heats up very quickly, this product is very gentle with my clothes , particularly with my delicates clothes . I'm really satisfied with its steaming
Latest review: I totally agree with Lee from Sydney. For 55 years I've been ironing my family's clothes and find this Iron Heavy and a nuisance to attach to the board every time it's used. It glides beautifully
Latest review: We bought this kettle for caravan seemed ok for 2 years then tea tasted funny like plastic blamed tea/water etc tried bottled water new tea same taste! Only plastic is lid ?not safe plastic ! Would
Latest review: Simple. Read above.
I loved this machine.
Until it caught on fire.
Liquid dripped to heating element underneath.
That was the end of machine
I kept the plates but I want the machine again.
Latest review: I purchased this grill after many hours of research. The cost was reasonable. The selling factor for me was the insistent claim that it is dish washer safe. If you have a good dish washer, it works
Latest review: Overall I am happy with this iron. It is very steamy & gets the creases out easily.
The cord is 1.8 metres long which is a little shorter than my previous Russell & Hobbs iron. I do prefer the longer
Latest review: I bought this because I was looking into steam irons and reading reviews, most people complained about the size of the water tank. My daughter had bought a cheap one and threw it out a few months
Latest review: This is a great product. The sides do get a little warm, but not melt your skin warm. It has a filter, which is just a strainer at the bottom. You take out the heating element, then lift the "filter"