Russell Hobbs pressure cooker £18 from poundland
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Russell Hobbs pressure cooker £18 from poundland

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Found 17th Nov 2015
I received an email that poundland has Black Friday deal try have good items for a reasonable price I have ordered the Russell Hobbs pressure it was the cheapest place I found.
You can check the site and order online
Good luck

Read the 3 star and below reviews on Amazon in post #6
- FinderOfDeals

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Everything's a pound in poundland, except an £18 pressure cooker

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-derbyshire-34445090

A cheap pressure cooker? Hmm... Have a nice christmas or...

I used to work for a well known retailers - and we lost count of how much stuff customers brought back that was RH! I've vowed never to buy RH stuff!
Edited by: "FinderOfDeals" 17th Nov 2015

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FinderOfDeals

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-derbyshire-34445090A cheap pressure … http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-derbyshire-34445090A cheap pressure cooker? Hmm... Have a nice christmas or...I used to work for a well known retailers - and we lost count of how much stuff customers brought back that was RH! I've vowed never to buy RH stuff!


Really I can cancel my order but what pressure should I buy Russell Hobbs customers are very satisfied as I see the reviews on amazon that's why I plan to buy one because I don't have any information what company has good quality pressure cookers

How does that work.......... £18 pressure cooker from poundland ?

I thought everything was a £1 oO

lemooo

Really I can cancel my order but what pressure should I buy Russell Hobbs … Really I can cancel my order but what pressure should I buy Russell Hobbs customers are very satisfied as I see the reviews on amazon that's why I plan to buy one because I don't have any information what company has good quality pressure cookers



I simply wouldn't bother with a pressure cooker at all. They're not a clever way to cook. If they do go pop, and no-one is in the kitchen, you'll need a new kitchen, if someone is in the kitchen, you'll be lucky if all that happens, is what happened in the new article. I even seem to remember a news story years ago, where one went pop, and took the gas boiler with it, which in turn took out half the house. They're literally a ticking (you know what)! If you really must, you shouldn't buy one that costs less than a £100. Anything cheaper, you're buying a toy. I know that's not what you want to hear, but I stand by it.

As for RH, the stuff that came back, always seemed to be a lotto if you got one that worked. I've seen toasters, kettles, etc, etc, that they hadn't even been put together correctly. I know this to be true, because I used to have to open up a new one, and prove to the upset customer that the new one at least looked okay. I remember, that one customer brought back a kettle, that the bottom of the kettle wasn't fixed correctly. But only came apparent when the kettle had been heated up, and hot water leaked out as they started to pour. The manager wanted me to just give them a replacement before handing over a refund. I opened up another kettle and the bottom fell off in my hands. (I'm not talking about the charging base) So, I gave a refund, and had words with the manager, and had the whole stock sent back. All 40+ of them. This was stock that had been sent to a well known retailer.

As for the Amazon reviews -
http://www.amazon.co.uk/product-reviews/B005HH6VBS
http://www.amazon.co.uk/product-reviews/B00NP7V0Y0
http://www.amazon.co.uk/product-reviews/B00A77NQZ2

Try reading the 3 stars and below. Are you really sure you want a pressure cooker that is known to *BULDGE / WARP / LEAKS / BLACK BITS in food!*???



Edited by: "FinderOfDeals" 17th Nov 2015

lemooo

Really I can cancel my order but what pressure should I buy Russell Hobbs … Really I can cancel my order but what pressure should I buy Russell Hobbs customers are very satisfied as I see the reviews on amazon that's why I plan to buy one because I don't have any information what company has good quality pressure cookers


I would definately spend an extra £10 for a stainless steel pressure cooker. beside the fact that it's healthier, it will also last longer. My ss cooker is now over 30yrs old and still working fine. You need to replace the rubber ring every 2-3 yrs but that's with all pressure cookers.

zippypants

How does that work.......... £18 pressure cooker from poundland ?I … How does that work.......... £18 pressure cooker from poundland ?I thought everything was a £1 oO


Then run special promotions spend £1 and get selective promotional products for certain prices
Last week was 18 rolls andrex for £5
72 washes bold gel £6

Original Poster

pet2000

I would definately spend an extra £10 for a stainless steel pressure … I would definately spend an extra £10 for a stainless steel pressure cooker. beside the fact that it's healthier, it will also last longer. My ss cooker is now over 30yrs old and still working fine. You need to replace the rubber ring every 2-3 yrs but that's with all pressure cookers.


Thank you all from your comments as finderofdeals mentioned in the post above I decided to find another one that people recommend, I couldn't recognise the brand name for SS cooker you have mentioned.
Thank you

lemooo

Thank you all from your comments as finderofdeals mentioned in the post … Thank you all from your comments as finderofdeals mentioned in the post above I decided to find another one that people recommend, I couldn't recognise the brand name for SS cooker you have mentioned.Thank you



​I'd hazard a guess that pet2000 means stainless steel with "ss"?

Have always used a pressure cooker wouldn't be without one. I prefer the prestige tower high dome.
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