Half Price Wilko 6L Pressure Cooker with 2 year guarantee - £25 + Free C&C @ Wilko
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Half Price Wilko 6L Pressure Cooker with 2 year guarantee - £25 + Free C&C @ Wilko

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Refreshed 23rd Jan (Posted 16th Jan)Edited by:"apur32"
Serve up a feast with our versatile 6 Litre Electric Pressure Cooker. It cooks quickly to lock in flavour and goodness and has 10 automatic programmes making it perfect for cooking vegetables, meat, fish and rice. When your meal is cooked and you've served up, simply remove the cooking pot for easy cleaning. Now you're cooking!

With an easy to use pre-set function, 24 hour delay timer and a 24 hour keep-warm function, it's perfect for helping you get dinner ready when you're going to be out and about.

Includes 2 year guarantee.

220 - 240V ~ 50Hz 1000 - 1200W

Always read instructions included before use.
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Who would use the 24hr delay timer? Not sure I would leave raw meat in a pot for 24 hours before cooking

Btw, Heat and ordered
Edited by: "HotUKDealSeeker" 16th Jan
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HotUKDealSeeker29 m ago

Who would use the 24hr delay timer? Not sure I would leave raw meat in a …Who would use the 24hr delay timer? Not sure I would leave raw meat in a pot for 24 hours before cookingBtw, Heat and ordered


That timer setting is useful for things like porridge. Wake up to the smell of hot porridge, fill yer boots goldilocks!
Teza51135 m ago

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Try again it is available
Tea_minion28 m ago

That timer setting is useful for things like porridge. Wake up to the …That timer setting is useful for things like porridge. Wake up to the smell of hot porridge, fill yer boots goldilocks!


soz! you're right. Carnivore over here keeps forgetting about vegetables
Aluminium or stainless steel? Aluminium is not good for cooking!
TK20133 h, 21 m ago

Aluminium or stainless steel? Aluminium is not good for cooking!



Teflon coated pot, but bargain. We have the (£50 Amazon now £110) Cosori which comes with a stainlees steel cooking pot and a glass lid.
Edited by: "Flynn.Jack" 16th Jan
Picked up mine on Saturday - instructions aren't great, but thank heavens for Google and the Facebook Pressure Cooking groups.
anyone know what pressure it cooks at?
TK201316th Jan

Aluminium or stainless steel? Aluminium is not good for cooking!


Why?
Gormond10 m ago

Why?


Stainless steel is better as there's some health risks if you cook in aluminium often so if you can avoid it do.
TK20132 m ago

Stainless steel is better as there's some health risks if you cook in …Stainless steel is better as there's some health risks if you cook in aluminium often so if you can avoid it do.


Has that ever been proven? Wouldn't that be an issue with foil too?.
blootoon76316th Jan

anyone know what pressure it cooks at?


Very odd that they would skip that important information...
Gormond5 h, 45 m ago

Has that ever been proven? Wouldn't that be an issue with foil too?.


Some evidence to suggest using foil in food for prolonged periods is harmful long-term. I'd avoid it if you can.
Would this be a viable option to purchase instead of a pressure king pro or instant pot?.
Really want a 6L one
blootoon76316th Jan

anyone know what pressure it cooks at?


I bought this cheap, and there is nothing anywhere that states what it is anywhere, which is weird.

It has a fast cooking and long cooking mode, which I relate to high and low pressure. But I get the feeling the pressures are both lower than normal stove top cookers.
alexdodd2 h, 11 m ago

I bought this cheap, and there is nothing anywhere that states what it is …I bought this cheap, and there is nothing anywhere that states what it is anywhere, which is weird.It has a fast cooking and long cooking mode, which I relate to high and low pressure. But I get the feeling the pressures are both lower than normal stove top cookers.


it will be lower, a good stove top runs around 15psi, the better electric ones around 11psi but the cheaper ones like the pressure king range only run at 7.2psi
Electric pressure cookers will have the “valve release pressure” written in very small text on the underside of the pressure release valve either on the plastic housing, or the metal part of the valve
i was tempted with this wilko one but i just picked up an unused bella 6qt multicooker and looking at it's valve then it is 90kpa which is around 13psi and to make the deal sweeter i only paid £15 for it
blootoon7633 m ago

it will be lower, a good stove top runs around 15psi, the better electric …it will be lower, a good stove top runs around 15psi, the better electric ones around 11psi but the cheaper ones like the pressure king range only run at 7.2psi Electric pressure cookers will have the “valve release pressure” written in very small text on the underside of the pressure release valve either on the plastic housing, or the metal part of the valvei was tempted with this wilko one but i just picked up an unused bella 6qt multicooker and looking at it's valve then it is 90kpa which is around 13psi and to make the deal sweeter i only paid £15 for it


Cheers, I shall check and be disappointed! However bit was cheap I will look out for a cheap Bella in the future 😝
Bargain! These things are fab.
KrispiiDuck16th Jan

Picked up mine on Saturday - instructions aren't great, but thank heavens …Picked up mine on Saturday - instructions aren't great, but thank heavens for Google and the Facebook Pressure Cooking groups.


What? There are pressure cooking groups? Please, please share.
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