Pressure King Pro 3 Litre Pressure Cooker £34 @ Amazon
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Pressure King Pro 3 Litre Pressure Cooker £34 @ Amazon

£34£49.9932%Amazon Deals
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Found 2nd Jan
Lowest ever price on Amazon for the 3 litre size in Chrome.
This pressure cooker is well reviewed and was recommended to me by a friend, a great deal at this price for anyone looking for a pressure cooker in this size.
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Must resists another gadget for the kitchen, but that's a good price!
£44 from Tesco for the 5l which is a decent deal

Still not sure if I like mine yet
BEWARE: The inner pot is aluminium
Poor product which has a pretty higher failure rate than I'd have expected.

Maybe I used mine too much but I am now looking for a non-electric pressure cooker as the two I bought went kaput, one during the warranty period and the other, just outside it.
Argos have a 5litre pressure cooker for 14.99 just manual timer but does same
deanos1 h, 7 m ago

Argos have a 5litre pressure cooker for 14.99 just manual timer but does …Argos have a 5litre pressure cooker for 14.99 just manual timer but does same


Not in stock though.
Edited by: "lacamilla" 2nd Jan
I have an Instant Pot and the inner pot is steel. Had it since July 2017. I purchased it during Amazon Prime Day for around 80 pounds.
Edited by: "Yogi4L" 2nd Jan
srinik2 h, 5 m ago

BEWARE: The inner pot is aluminium


Maybe a silly question but why is that bad? Also, according the questions section, it is made of copper, not aluminium.
Edited by: "aj_nu" 2nd Jan
see im old school,I have a slow cooker ... everyones raving about the pots but im unsure what extra things I can cook in one. It seems a good price for what it is but can you twist my arm with things i can make in it that i cannot in my slow cooker? lol
BSAR10112 m ago

see im old school,I have a slow cooker ... everyones raving about the pots …see im old school,I have a slow cooker ... everyones raving about the pots but im unsure what extra things I can cook in one. It seems a good price for what it is but can you twist my arm with things i can make in it that i cannot in my slow cooker? lol



Its basically like a slow cooker but fast, i cooked a roast beef joint in ours on Sunday took 35 mins, a slow cooker obvs takes several hours
aj_nu40 m ago

Maybe a silly question but why is that bad? Also, according the questions …Maybe a silly question but why is that bad? Also, according the questions section, it is made of copper, not aluminium.


The outer is copper plated but the inner is Aluminium. It is a general worry that aluminium may get dissolved into the food and may harm health. I'm not sure how much it is true, I personally avoid using Aluminium. Have a look in here - livestrong.com/art…um/
Amazon price matching Debenhams by the way.
Too many bad reviews
It doesn’t have the sauté option if anyone is bothered.
BSAR1011 h, 7 m ago

see im old school,I have a slow cooker ... everyones raving about the pots …see im old school,I have a slow cooker ... everyones raving about the pots but im unsure what extra things I can cook in one. It seems a good price for what it is but can you twist my arm with things i can make in it that i cannot in my slow cooker? lol


Difference from pushing a couple of buttons and walking away then automatically switching to keep warm if needed versus fanning around getting correct continuous pressure on cooker. It can also be used as a slow cooker and for sautee
Edited by: "999kernow" 2nd Jan
srinik1 h, 8 m ago

The outer is copper plated but the inner is Aluminium. It is a general …The outer is copper plated but the inner is Aluminium. It is a general worry that aluminium may get dissolved into the food and may harm health. I'm not sure how much it is true, I personally avoid using Aluminium. Have a look in here - https://www.livestrong.com/article/475155-health-risks-of-cooking-in-aluminum/



aluminium was a popular material during the 60's and 70's.... today, Alzheimer’s is as popular as aluminium cooking pots were then.
Edited by: "psychoid" 2nd Jan
blackberry7861 h, 37 m ago

It doesn’t have the sauté option if anyone is bothered.


I have this model from Amazon and it's got the sauté option. Its called 'Browning' and is on the same button as 'meat'. You just have to keep the lid off to use the function. I got mine from Amazon a few months ago when it was £25 so this should be the same model.
Edited by: "Loubou" 2nd Jan
psychoid2nd Jan

aluminium was a popular material during the 60's and 70's.... today, …aluminium was a popular material during the 60's and 70's.... today, Alzheimer’s is as popular as aluminium cooking pots were then.


Best not go into a pro kitchen then.
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