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Tower T16004 5L Electric Pressure Cooker £38.00 at Zavvi or IWOOT

£38.00 @ Zavvi
Much, much quicker than a slow cooker...and in my opinion better. Cheapest by quite a few quid and good reviews. Here's what the manufacturer states: Join the pressure cooker revolution! Tower p… Read More
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7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago
Much, much quicker than a slow cooker...and in my opinion better. Cheapest by quite a few quid and good reviews.

Here's what the manufacturer states:

Join the pressure cooker revolution! Tower pressure cookers cook foods in about a third of the time while preserving 95 per cent of the vitamins using almost 90 per cent less fuel as well as locking in all of the flavour. The Multi Function Pressure Cooker is incredibly versatile to steam, brown, boil, braise, saute, stew and roast. It's perfect for vegetables, meat, fruits, fish and grain as well as featuring a non-stick pot to make cleaning extremely simple.

900W
5 litre capacity
0-90 minute mechanical timer
24 hour keep warm function
Non-stick easy clean pot
Multifunction: Pressure cooker / steamer / rice cooker / saute / stew
Accessories included: Measuring cup / rice spoon / stainless steel steaming rack
8 safety protection devices
solomongrundy Avatar
7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago
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I briefly had the model up from this (think it was the T16008) with the smoker and did not think much of it, much too flimsy, you would think the sides were made of paper and i did not like the way the lid sealed or in my case failed to seal as it was so badly designed so mine went back the next day.
I did however love my old tower stainless pressure cooker but now i have a Fagor CHEF8RXTRA and it is the best i have seen or owned yet.
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I briefly had the model up from this (think it was the T16008) with the smoker and did not think much of it, much too flimsy, you would think the sides were made of paper and i did not like the way the lid sealed or in my case failed to seal as it was so badly designed so mine went back the next day.
I did however love my old tower stainless pressure cooker but now i have a Fagor CHEF8RXTRA and it is the best i have seen or owned yet.

Got the smoker myself....certainly not flimsy. This is the entry level pressure cooker. Great price for an entry into electric pressure cooking.
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solomongrundy
-=blootoon=-
I briefly had the model up from this (think it was the T16008) with the smoker and did not think much of it, much too flimsy, you would think the sides were made of paper and i did not like the way the lid sealed or in my case failed to seal as it was so badly designed so mine went back the next day.
I did however love my old tower stainless pressure cooker but now i have a Fagor CHEF8RXTRA and it is the best i have seen or owned yet.
Got the smoker myself....certainly not flimsy. This is the entry level pressure cooker. Great price for an entry into electric pressure cooking.

Agreed, definitely no flimsy, my only concern is that the pot is non-stick, not too sure how long that will last. I would prefer the Instant Pot which has a stainless steel pot.
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Well spotted OP
#5
I have butterfly stainless steel for use on induction

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