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Pressure King Pro 8-in-1 3L Digital Pressure Cooker - Copper £39.99 @ Argos
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Pressure King Pro 8-in-1 3L Digital Pressure Cooker - Copper £39.99 @ Argos

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Posted 24th Jan

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Make great food faster, healthier and easier. Introducing the bestselling, compact kitchen king – the 8in1 Drew&Cole Pressure King Pro. Perfect for small families, couples or individuals, the 3-litre capacity Pressure King Pro lets you cook perfect meals at the touch of a button, up to 90% FASTER than traditional cooking methods. With 8 pre-set functions, you get that slow-cooked taste in fast food time. Cooks with pressurised steam, cooking your food faster, locking in more vitamins and nutrients. Available in Chrome & Copper.

8 pre-programmed settings: pasta, meat/browning, soup/stew, fish, rice, delay timer, fast re-heat, and dual keep warm/slow cook setting. 24hr delay timer. Patented and proven safety devices; locking lid, pressure release & audible alarm.

Accessories include: Inner Pot (3L capacity), Measuring Cup, Cooking Spoon, User Manual & Recipe Book (30 recipe ideas).

  • Capacity 3 litres.
  • 3 litre working capacity, subject to mixture.
  • Power output 700W.
  • 8 programmes.
  • Suggested for 3-4 portions.
  • 1.2 metre cable.
  • Size H23.5, W29, D27cm.
  • Weight: 3kg.
  • Exterior material: stainless steel.
  • Interior pot material: aluminium.
  • Non stick coating.
  • Locking system.
  • Removable inner pot.
  • Dishwasher safe pot and hand wash only lid.
  • Digital display.
  • Automatic shut off.
  • Reheat mode.
  • Keep warm mode.
  • Delay timer.
  • Quick release valve.
  • Metal lid.
  • Plastic handle.
  • EAN: 5060191465014.
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Love preparing food this way, but are these any safer/less scary than conventional ones?

I presume the auto-off feature works for people who might forget to turn theirs off.
gaijintendo24/01/2020 16:58

Love preparing food this way, but are these any safer/less scary than …Love preparing food this way, but are these any safer/less scary than conventional ones?I presume the auto-off feature works for people who might forget to turn theirs off.


They are countdown-timed so you can't leave them on, yeah. I've got the Wilko one (so by definition not the most expensive) and the lock mechanism is rock solid. You can't shift the lid when it's at pressure, so feels really safe to me
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gaijintendo24/01/2020 16:58

Love preparing food this way, but are these any safer/less scary than …Love preparing food this way, but are these any safer/less scary than conventional ones?I presume the auto-off feature works for people who might forget to turn theirs off.


Way less scary than a stove top version!!

I have the 5l version of the PKP.

You can saute in the pot, then pop everything else in, set and forget.

Delay timer so things can be ready for you coming home, keep warm function if your delayed.

I love cooking a whole chicken (fascinating that it can be done in 25 mins) then I get a meal that night and a soup the next day.

Made a cheesecake last weekend, porridge, sponge cake. The possibilities are endless.

They have an app for recipe suggestions too, helps to know what to use and takes the 'risk' out of not using enough liquid. Check Drew&Cole in your app store.
I had a 6l pressure king pro I think it is rubbish at least for me
I have this model and apart from making sure the pressure release is toggled to get up steam it's really easy to cook with. Cassorole and Rice Puddings seem to be most popular in our household. Recipe book that comes with it is basic but I'm sure there's plenty on the web. A prevoius poster mentions the Wilco version which I also have. That I feel has versatile features and it dosent build up the pressure in the same way, you can pop the lid open much quicker to add ingredients and check how it's cooking.
Edited by: "TecspecEngineer" 24th Jan
excellant product really easy to use only issue the inside bowl marks easy
Got the 6l fantastic. But inner pot not got a very good non stick coating
Edited by: "999kernow" 25th Jan
Thanks for posting
These are blumming brilliant, no way would i even touch one of the time bomb pressure cookers my mum had , I ran out of the kitchen every time she used it ,
this is as safe as houses , worried at first but I use it at least 3 times a week
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