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Bella Electric 6L Pressure Cooker £29.95 with code @ Robert Dyas
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Posted 27th Oct

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Sick of meal planning and slaving over the cooker all day? The Bella Electric 6L Pressure Cooker allows you to slow cook for up to 12 hours while you go about your day! With 1000W of pressure cooking power, steam valves to regulate the cooking pressure, and 12 easy one touch digital functions, preparing the perfect meal couldn’t be easier.

This pressure cooker is cased in brushed stainless steel housing, and features a locking lid which only opens once pressure is released. An audio alarm is also designed to sound when the lid is not shut properly, so you know your house is safe.

After a long day of cooking nobody wants to spend hours cleaning a cooker, so this unit features a removable non-stick coated cooking pot for easy cleaning.
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Are these any good
lolly201227/10/2019 12:11

Are these any good


I believe so. I've been looking for one for a while to try myself to replace a slow cooker. So bought this. Reviews where good x
Wow loads of nice deals recently at Roberts Dyas! Hot!
Got the saute function - heat!
shaysmum27/10/2019 14:07

Got the saute function - heat!


Not used this model so I don't know if it'll be different, but it doesn't feel like my original instant pot duo 1000w sautés that well. This one may have a different design though, so just a fyi
Doesnt look good to me. Good pressure cookers have like 3-4 safety measures. Also can't find information about how much pressure it can take. Also why would you want to slow cook in a pressure cooker. The whole idea is to cook faster and cheaper because of the pressure.
sblmbb27/10/2019 14:53

Doesnt look good to me. Good pressure cookers have like 3-4 safety …Doesnt look good to me. Good pressure cookers have like 3-4 safety measures. Also can't find information about how much pressure it can take. Also why would you want to slow cook in a pressure cooker. The whole idea is to cook faster and cheaper because of the pressure.


Probably for people who want that option in just one machine (working ect) makes life easier.
Just purchased, worth a punt for £30. I can retire my slow cooker too.
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