Have to disagree. Here's two ways to make your own delicious healthier chips.Save on all the work of making them and don't have your house smelling of cooking oil. Plus you can never make them as good as the industrial friers.
1) The long way: Rinse, but don't peel, three or four medium potatoes. Place in a microwave steamer pot and microwave for 6 to 8 minutes. They must be firm, not mushed. Slice into chips with a sharp knife. Spray ten to twenty squirts (2 calories each) from a spray bottle of either rape seed or olive oil, or a mixture of both. (You can do this in a plastic bag and shake them up if you're worried about mess. Olive has a lower burn temp and produces more evenly tanned chips). Spread the chips flat on a silicone mesh and bung 'em in a fan oven for 20-25 minutes at 220 C.
2) The short way: Rinse, but don't peel, your potatoes. Slice into chips, and place in an air fryer. Spray with ten to twenty squirts of rape seed or olive oil and air fry for 35 minutes. Less than five minutes total prep, and then they look after themselves.
I won't pretend these are the same as chipper chips. They're different. And once you get over the difference they're nicer. The first time I saw a bag of chipper chips after a couple of years of making my own, it turned my stomach. Oozing with viscous yellow chipper oil and unbearably greasy. Yech! Make your own healthy chips -- you'll never look back.