Daewoo 1.5L Manual Slow Cooker - Stainless Steel - £8.99 + Free C&C @ Robert Dyas
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Daewoo 1.5L Manual Slow Cooker - Stainless Steel - £8.99 + Free C&C @ Robert Dyas

£8.99£17.9950%Robert Dyas Deals
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Found 13th Jan
Prepare a meal for up to 2 people using the 1.5L slow cooker from Daewoo. You can switch it on in the morning, head to work or simply get on with chores while your meal cooks away.

The slow cooker has three heat settings to give you extra versatility when you cook and is completely safe to leave switched on, even when you’re not at home, so your food will be ready when you are.

Features and Benefits
  • Tempered glass lid – allows you to take a peek at the food without having to remove lid.
  • Cool touch housing – means you cantouch the slow cooker assured that you will not burn yourself.
  • Manual temperature control – adjust temperature as needed.
Specifications
  • Power: 120W
  • Capacity: 1.5L
  • Weight: 2.2kg
  • Dimensions: H20 x W26 x D20cm
  • Colour: Stainless Steel/Black
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spdavison2 m ago

£9 for a tiny 1.5l is crap though really unless you only cooking for 1.


Provide a link for a better deal please
As someone who now lives on their own, I think it's a great deal. Not everyone wants huge volumes. The same engineering is required whether for a 1.5 litre or 6 litre. Just a shame there's no Robert Dyas near me.
spdavison8 h, 3 m ago

Got the 3.5l for the same price last week


Who cares? You obviously didn't share a deal with us...
Good spot for single people op! Heat added.
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Got the 3.5l for the same price last week
spdavison2 m ago

Got the 3.5l for the same price last week


Time machine and go back to get the 3.5 L
£9 for a tiny 1.5l is crap though really unless you only cooking for 1.
spdavison2 m ago

£9 for a tiny 1.5l is crap though really unless you only cooking for 1.


Provide a link for a better deal please
Good spot for single people op! Heat added.
As someone who now lives on their own, I think it's a great deal. Not everyone wants huge volumes. The same engineering is required whether for a 1.5 litre or 6 litre. Just a shame there's no Robert Dyas near me.
spdavison8 h, 3 m ago

Got the 3.5l for the same price last week


Who cares? You obviously didn't share a deal with us...
I have this model, it's really nifty and it doesn't get too hot , it maxes out about 95 centigrade . There is a brevlle one, which apparently gets quite hot , starts to boil. I like it because I like to cook meat only in it , i often put the meat in a glass jar and fill the slow cooker with water . Lean meat will come out a little dry in a slow cooker but the slightly more fatty cuts are fantastic . To keep warm function is safe steady 60 degree, Which is perfect
Edited by: "Jimbo123" 13th Jan
What mite one be able to cook in this?
anyone got some favourite slow cooker recipes to share?
kowalski1 m ago

http://allrecipes.co.uk/recipes/slow-cooker-recipes.aspx


Thank you for sharing
The 3.5L is £9 in Wilkinson’s at the moment!!
I got a larger one from Wilko for £9 for my Mum

Wilkos
Why makes cars, makes slow cookers
spdavison19 h, 48 m ago

£9 for a tiny 1.5l is crap though really unless you only cooking for 1.


Well plenty of people are only cooking for 1, so I guess you'll be voting hot.
"Daewoo 1.5l manual"

At first I thought there was a cheap Kalos for sale. Even the word "slow" didn't make me think otherwise.
Even if you're only cooking for yourself, one of the great things about slow cooking is being able to use leftovers to make a big stew and keep it in the freezer for later. I find you need at least a 5L to be able to comfortably do that.

Not voting cold though as it's not up to me to tell people how they should cook!
I bought this a couple of days ago, used my Lloyds Visa which gave me 12% cashbook for Robert Dyas also so got it for under £8
I just wanted one that didn't take up much space, think it's ok when cooking for 1 or 2
sorry I don't get the purpose of these, this isn't a pressure cooker and gas is cheaper....do people get these because you can leave them on for a set amount of time and not have to tend to it or what?
Edited by: "Rukanau" 14th Jan
lakes-claire23 h, 57 m ago

As someone who now lives on their own, I think it's a great deal. Not …As someone who now lives on their own, I think it's a great deal. Not everyone wants huge volumes. The same engineering is required whether for a 1.5 litre or 6 litre. Just a shame there's no Robert Dyas near me.


Delivery from £3.95
umanga13 m ago

Delivery from £3.95


Cheers but I'm on a no spend/minimum spend session for a while.
apur3213th Jan

Provide a link for a better deal please


That high five looks like it could be mistaken for a nazi salute
Just replaced a slow cooker with this. Thought 'Cookworks' (Argos) would be crap, but at just £19.99 wasn't really worried as I used Nectar pts. Most are 3 times this price at the cheapest!
It's bloody brilliant!
Probably still some left. I thought about listing it on here, well, now I've mentioned it here.

argos.co.uk/pro…288


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Edited by: "jnigel26" 14th Jan
umanga40 m ago

https://www.facebook.com/groups/Slowcooker786


Might be better off with a pressure cooker, if your cooking meat. Just a thought.
JMac_D2 m ago

Might be better off with a pressure cooker, if your cooking meat. Just a …Might be better off with a pressure cooker, if your cooking meat. Just a thought.



Agree! See my post above and for under 20 quid!
JMac_D19 m ago

Might be better off with a pressure cooker, if your cooking meat. Just a …Might be better off with a pressure cooker, if your cooking meat. Just a thought.


I wont buy any cookworks stuff after trying to return one of their kettles, very very very slow to switch off, was boiling for 45 seconds. and they went and boiled it in the back.

I didnt get a refund , if it was another brand not owned by Argos i would have been able to return it. One of the staff thought it wasnt an Argos brand so was going to refund me. Another staff member said no as its their own brand, weird rule.

I tried arguing the point and that its a kettle, all that someone needs to do is boil it to sterilize it again. One of them had a severely bad attitude as well.

Make sure you know what you need to know before buying a cookworks itemi, id open the box and check it there as well. esp if its for food related.
Edited by: "JMac_D" 14th Jan
Rukanau2 h, 13 m ago

sorry I don't get the purpose of these, this isn't a pressure cooker and …sorry I don't get the purpose of these, this isn't a pressure cooker and gas is cheaper....do people get these because you can leave them on for a set amount of time and not have to tend to it or what?


Some people dont have gas though. To have something hot for when you get in and slow cooked does make meat more tender as well, not as good as a pressure cooker though.

Have you ever tried cooking a chicken in a pressure cooker?
Great discount
spdavison13th Jan

Got the 3.5l for the same price last week


Why didn't you post it on here
Plenty in stock at Chancery Lane branch - in basement turn left down the stairs.
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