Tower 7 Litre Aluminium Pressure Cooker with 10 year guarantee £17.49 @ Argos - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
1004

Tower 7 Litre Aluminium Pressure Cooker with 10 year guarantee £17.49 @ Argos

£17.49 @ Argos
Bargain price for a pressure cooker of this size. This Tower 7 litre aluminium pressure cooker will lock in all the nutrients and flavour as it speedily cooks your dinner. It has an automatic locking… Read More
iliveinuk Avatar
2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago
Bargain price for a pressure cooker of this size.

This Tower 7 litre aluminium pressure cooker will lock in all the nutrients and flavour as it speedily cooks your dinner. It has an automatic locking system and a visual pressure indicator too. Suitable for gas and electric hobs and solid hotplates (but not for use on Ceramic or halogen hobs) this cooker has a steamer basket with an integrated separator and comes with a 10 year guarantee.
Aluminium.
Pressure cooker features:

7 litre capacity.
Phenolic handles.
Visual pressure indicator raises to indicate when cooker is at pressure.
Automatic locking system.
Suitable for hob types electric, gas, solid hotplates.
Manufacturer's 10 year guarantee.
Pressure cooker accessories:
Steamer basket.
Trivet to protect your worktop.
Divider for separating different foods e. G. Vegetables.
Recipes included.
iliveinuk Avatar
2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago
Options

Top Comments

(2)
27 Likes
gmerchant
pls can someone answer - is this capacity enough for a family of 4 or too big for that?


If you put the kids in it first, then you both climb in on top and squash them down, you should all fit in it cheeky cheeky
7 Likes
gmerchant
pls can someone answer - is this capacity enough for a family of 4 or too big for that?

Can never be too big IMHO I have a 15 litre and 22 litre one which are great for cooking whole hams and turkeys.
7 litre should easily do 4 people, I suppose it depends on poertion size, but defo 4 if you are eating healthy sized portions, my trouble is if I make a stew/casserole etc everyone wants second helpings.

All Comments

(81) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
Page:
#1
hot i cant find it cheaper great work op and a wowzer 10 year gaurantee strong
2 Likes #2
Nice price. Ordered thank you. Will sell my old one to the chavs on Facebook cheeky
#3
gibblesuk
Nice price. Ordered thank you. Will sell my old one to the chavs on Facebook cheeky

(y)
1 Like #4
Ht deal! heat added, thanks for sharing and posting!
1 Like #5
Thanks great offer.
2 Likes #6
is this just like a slow cooker only faster?
1 Like #7
pls can someone answer - is this capacity enough for a family of 4 or too big for that?
#8
Your link doesn't work for me,and I can't find it on argos.co.uk
#9
Good size also Argos eBay with £3.95 postage
7 Likes #10
gmerchant
pls can someone answer - is this capacity enough for a family of 4 or too big for that?

Can never be too big IMHO I have a 15 litre and 22 litre one which are great for cooking whole hams and turkeys.
7 litre should easily do 4 people, I suppose it depends on poertion size, but defo 4 if you are eating healthy sized portions, my trouble is if I make a stew/casserole etc everyone wants second helpings.
2 Likes #11
gmerchant
pls can someone answer - is this capacity enough for a family of 4 or too big for that?


I think it's a good size. Ultimately depends What you use it for. There is some videos on YouTube.
1 Like #12
Would have been even better if stainless steel but heat still given as excellent price.
1 Like #13
gmerchant
pls can someone answer - is this capacity enough for a family of 4 or too big for that?

its fine for a family of four (y)
#15
Heat added thanks :)
#16
These are such great value. Realised the other day that I've had mine for 30 years, since I was given it as a student. Still using it most days. Fantastic for soup etc
#17
I much prefer these to slow cookers, can really tough cuts of meat meat in the mouth in 45mins, just remember you get no reduction at all, so you really need to simmer the sauce down afterwards to reduce it. You can't beat slow cooking in the oven but if you havnt got a spare 4 hours these are great. I did a bit of research and ended up getting a vmf perfect plus pressure cooker, they are the bees knees.
#18
These are good pressure cookers had one for a few years,especially for that price.
#19
Thanks - ordered & heat added.
#20
There are some health concerns over using aluminium, are there any truths to this?
#21
happenstance
There are some health concerns over using aluminium, are there any truths to this?

Not according to [this] Canadian article. Unless of course you are getting your daily dose of aluminium elsewhere.

According to Health Canada, cooking a meal in an aluminum pan can add about 1 to 2 mg aluminum to your food. The World Health Organization estimates that people can safely consume about 50 mg a day without harm, and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has not set an upper intake limit.

Aluminium has its benefit of being a better heat conductor and lighter than stainless steel, although obviously not as durable.
#22
happenstance
There are some health concerns over using aluminium, are there any truths to this?
The aluminium mixes with the food and after you eat it the aluminium level im body shoots up... :p
1 Like #23
happenstance
There are some health concerns over using aluminium, are there any truths to this?
Yes there are lots of reports that they should be avoided and not just for health wise, the aluminium limits what what kind of foods can be cooked in it as the aluminium reacts with quite a lot of foods.
#24
happenstance
There are some health concerns over using aluminium, are there any truths to this?

In the 1970s, aluminium was (wrongly) linked with Alzheimer’s disease, causing researchers to consider aluminium pans a risk factor. The US Alzheimer’s Association now has aluminium on its myth list – pointing out that there is not enough evidence to show that an association exists.
source: theguardian.com

High aluminium intake is an health risk but I'm pretty sure that's not why this has been reduced :)

You're more likely to do yourself harm overdosing on Oxo cubes :p
#25
darren9030
Thanks - ordered & heat added.


Thank you just ordered it. The one I'm
Using at the minuet when I make curry for example, when I take the lid of the pressure cooker to check on it all the onions and tomAtos are burnt and stuck to the bottom? Even though I've added liquid. What am I doing wrong?! Or is it my pressure cooker I'm
Currently using is crap ?
27 Likes #26
gmerchant
pls can someone answer - is this capacity enough for a family of 4 or too big for that?


If you put the kids in it first, then you both climb in on top and squash them down, you should all fit in it cheeky cheeky
#27
I have one of these and I use it alot. Curried goat cooks in less than 45 mins and its so tender. Cuts down on cooking time and saves gas\electric. Downside is its quite big to store.
#28
disneyprincessxo
darren9030
Thanks - ordered & heat added.
Thank you just ordered it. The one I'm
Using at the minuet when I make curry for example, when I take the lid of the pressure cooker to check on it all the onions and tomAtos are burnt and stuck to the bottom? Even though I've added liquid. What am I doing wrong?! Or is it my pressure cooker I'm
Currently using is crap ?
you should of received a trivet with your cooker if not then a big glass bowl works for some things, myself i have an electric pressure cooker with a non stick liner that i use for curries and stews and a stainless steel Fagor CHEF8RXTRA that i use for larger things. I started with an aluminium pressure cooker but i would not go back to one, i found they took too long for the lid to seal properly which resulted in a lot of drips and escaped steam until the heat had reached the lid so it could seal properly.
#29
£20 including delivery.

This is better for another £7.50:

Russell Hobbs 7l Aluminium Pressure Cooker - £24.98 + £1.99
https://www.groupon.co.uk/deals/russel-hobbs-pressure-cooker-7l-

Branded and will be better quality.

EDIT/ Actually - they look identical in the pictures. They must be made in the same factory and Russell Hobbs stamps their brand on some of them.
#30
In my experience it will last a lot longer than 10yrs because after a few uses it will end up at the back of a cupboard with your other rarely used kitchen items.............that's what happened to mine anyway (_;)
#31
great deal, just ordered one for collection. Argos site says they are selling fast.
#32
gmerchant
pls can someone answer - is this capacity enough for a family of 4 or too big for that?


Perfect size
1 Like #33
disneyprincessxo
darren9030
Thanks - ordered & heat added.
Thank you just ordered it. The one I'm
Using at the minuet when I make curry for example, when I take the lid of the pressure cooker to check on it all the onions and tomAtos are burnt and stuck to the bottom? Even though I've added liquid. What am I doing wrong?! Or is it my pressure cooker I'm
Currently using is crap ?

I tried doing stews in my stainless steel one, adding a packet of colmans/schwatz casserole mix, but it burnt on badly because it thickens the liquid, so I add it towards the end and continue cooking unpressurised, so I can stir it.

When doing stews, I put one of the separators that came with mine in the bottom instead of its trivet, to keep the meat, tomatoes etc from touching the sides or bottom, which helps a little.

It also helps a tiny bit if your pressure cooker has a good thick thermal base to spread the heat evenly, and more importantly if all the seals are in good condition (ie no leaks) so you can have the gas as low as possible without losing pressure.




Edited By: melted on Jun 08, 2017 11:38
1 Like #34
Just ordered, never knew I needed one until now.
My granny used to wash my grandads y-fronts in a pan on the cooker, I'm wondering could I add water and use this for my boxers (_;)
2 Likes #35
Tickorama
gmerchant
pls can someone answer - is this capacity enough for a family of 4 or too big for that?


If you put the kids in it first, then you both climb in on top and squash them down, you should all fit in it cheeky cheeky


There is a great book on how to cook children - https://www.amazon.co.uk/How-Cook-Children-Grisly-Recipe/dp/1862057710
#36
Judging by the questions and comments on this thread there is going to be a significant rise in calls for fire engines and ambulances
#37
OOS....for me :(
#38
Aluminium cause cancer :/
1 Like #39
For a pressure cooker you definitely want stainless steel. These aluminium ones lose their shine very quickly and can't be put in a dishwasher. A Prestige 6l costs about double this but is worth it and the accessories (gasket etc) are available in a lot of stores.

Edited By: ck_ on Jun 08, 2017 12:14: Jun 08, 2017 12:14
#40
Is this available on Steam (_;)

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!