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Morphy Richards Intellisteam - £58.76 delivered from Morphy Richards direct.

£58.76 @ Morphy Richards
Intellisteam Steaming is a tasty way to retain more vitamins in cooked food. Intellisteam is a truly revolutionary new food steamer. From succulent meats to crunchy vegetables to delicious sauces, it…
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Intellisteam
Steaming is a tasty way to retain more vitamins in cooked food. Intellisteam is a truly revolutionary new food steamer. From succulent meats to crunchy vegetables to delicious sauces, its unique, intelligent timer ensures that not only are all your steamed ingredients perfectly cooked, but that the whole meal is ready to serve at precisely the same time, too.

Was: £97.93

was on offer at £68.55

Offer ends 30th September 2009
Model Number: 48780 Status In Stock
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#1
This is a bargain, these are excellent. Good find mate
#2
I've ordered one as a Christmas present as well as for myself.
#3
Great find. Looks sexy, great reviews.Ordered one.

£99.99 in Currys

Thanks Liverpool_Bear
#4
snotty
Great find. Looks sexy, great reviews.Ordered one.

£99.99 in Currys

Thanks Liverpool_Bear


Currys is well overpriced, it's £65 at Amazon.
#5
You sometimes get some good deals ordering direct, I got a Kettle/Toaster set last year for £35 and I saw the Kettle on its own in Dunelm the other day for £49.99! Voted Hot.
#6
This looks the business. I want one.
#7
Nice find this one but if you want to save a few more pennies. :whistling:
Click here for £57.99 delivered

Voted - HOT
#8
has anyone got one of these.... and if so what do you think?
1 Like #9
Had a look at one in Costco and the way it generates steam means that if you live in a hard water area it'll scale up pretty quickly. We had one similar and the scale build up killed it after a while. They say you can use vinegar to clean it but it stinks out the house and doesn't really do a good job tbh.
#10
That looks awesome! Would be good to hear from anyone who has one as to what they are like?
#11
countcatula
has anyone got one of these.... and if so what do you think?


Few reviews of it on the Argos site. http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/0505457/c_1/1|cat_14418476|Small+kitchen+appliances|14418587/Trail/searchtext%3ESTEAMERS.htm

Re Bad Actors comment - I use water from the water filter in my steamer and iron etc and that certainly stops them from furring up. :-)
#13
I got one when they first came out for around £70...

They're quite sturdy compared to my old traditional design... only thing I'd say is that it seems to take a fair while longer to get to temperature... handy when you're doing lots of different types of veg/food together tho as it gets it all done at the same time :)
#14
I picked one of these up a while back. Firstly, the unit is pretty huge once assembled, worth bearing in mind if you're somewhat short on space. I would also say it's pretty fiddly to clean unless you have a dishwasher, there's just so many different plastic dividers, lids, shelves and goodness knows what else. One other point, the preset cooking times are way off for many things, for example, 30 minutes to steam some cauliflower. In fairness you can program your own timings in so it's not a problem, but it does mean a bit of experimenting is required. I also found that unless you fill the thing right up, it's not worth the hassle of getting everything set up.

If I had the choice now, I wouldn't have bought it. My old two, tier metal pot does a better job, takes up less space and is easier to clean. I think if you're the sort of person who wants to just throw a load of stuff in to it and leave it then it's probably a good bit of kit, if you enjoy cooking and tend to stay in the kitchen whilst things are cooking, I wouldn't recommend it.
#15
countcatula
has anyone got one of these.... and if so what do you think?


Excellent steamer.

Takes a bit of washing up afterwards but it's worth it for the ease of cooking stuff. Set the timers and everything finishes at the same time. Foolproof.
#16
This looks awful. Another gadget that'll be used twice yet will take up half your kitchen. Why not just buy a stacking stainless steel steamer so at least you can use it as a normal pan if needs be. Much cheaper. Looks far better. Takes up less space. :w00t:
#17
richlyraumi
This looks awful. Another gadget that'll be used twice yet will take up half your kitchen. Why not just buy a stacking stainless steel steamer so at least you can use it as a normal pan if needs be. Much cheaper. Looks far better. Takes up less space. :w00t:


Thank God someone else said what I was thinking, what a waste of money you can get five or six steamers for the price of one of these.
#18
Bad Actor
Had a look at one in Costco and the way it generates steam means that if you live in a hard water area it'll scale up pretty quickly. We had one similar and the scale build up killed it after a while. They say you can use vinegar to clean it but it stinks out the house and doesn't really do a good job tbh.



Thanks for that.

It's exactly the kind of comment we need more of on this board.

REP.
#19
Don't let me buy it. Must resist... ;-)

Will only end up in the cupboards under the sink with
1 The bread maker
2 The donut maker
3 The popcorn maker
4 The sandwich toaster
5 The george forman
6 The slow cooker
7 The deep fat fryer.

I keep buying these things (especially the breadmaker) and use them for about 2 months and file them away like an old friend i don't see anymore.

Is anyone else the same?
#20
Suppose one should use a brita like filter for the water used in the steamer then. I live in London and the water here is horribly hard. A new kettle gets significant deposits on its first boil. Since switching to brita and so long as the filter is changed on time, I've kissed scale deposits goodbye. My kettle is perfectly clean, as new so I imagine the same would go for this great kitchen tool.

Big question is whether this is a gimmick that ends up wasting cupboard space and never gets used due to the cleaning and setup hassles etc

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