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Sage BPR700BSS 'The Fast Slow Pro Slow Cooker' in Brushed Metal - £95 John Lewis & Partners (2 year warranty)
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Sage BPR700BSS 'The Fast Slow Pro Slow Cooker' in Brushed Metal - £95 John Lewis & Partners (2 year warranty)

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Whether you've got all day or just a few hours to cook that special meal, the Sage BPR700BSS The Fast Slow Pro Slow Cooker will solve all your cooking needs. Combining the benefits of a slow cooker and pressure cooker into one handy unit, the Fast Slow Pro brings the best of both worlds to your kitchen in a stylish and space saving option. This model's extensive range of programs take the guesswork out of cooking and will deliver the best results no matter what dish you might be whipping up.

Simple to use

With 6 pre set settings including pressure cooking, slow cooking, searing, sautéing, reducing and steaming the Fast Slow Pro makes getting the cooking process started incredibly simple, and will ensure perfect meals every time. If you like to be the master of your own destiny you can also choose to programme the time, temperature and pressure yourself using the two rotary dials.

High performance cooking

Once you have selected your desired cooking function this model automatically adjusts the time, temperature and pressure between fast and slow cooking for optimized performance. This means there’s no need for you to worry about changing the settings yourself once cooking has begun. Dual sensors at the top and bottom of the appliance constantly monitor ingredients for more accurate temperature and pressure control. The variable steam release function allows steam to be automatically released as your food cooks, ensuring that no matter what you're cooking it will always stay tender and taste great.

Convenient features

The Fast Slow Pro has a keep-warm function to ensure your food stays hot and ready to serve for up to 2 hours after it’s cooked. Keeping this unit clean is a breeze thanks to a wipe-clean moat and removable drip cup that minimize mess, a removable 6 litre cooking bowl that has an easy-clean ceramic coating, and a lid that is dishwasher safe. It also comes with a stainless steel steaming basket and roasting trivet.


the Fast Slow Pro™
£199.95



3 way safety system steam release.Some foods are tender with time. Others are perfected under pressure. The Fast Slow Pro™ automatically adjusts time, temperature and pressure between fast and slow cooking modes to coax maximum flavor and texture.
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MULTI FUNCTION COOKING

One press functionality employs dual sensors at the top and bottom of the 6L bowl to monitor and accurately control the temperature and pressure. 11 pressure cook settings and slow cook settings from high to low. Reduce, sauté, sear to retain and intensify flavors, slow cook, pressure cook steam to lock in nutrients or keep warm."


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AUTO STEAM RELEASE SETTING

We eliminated the pressure from pressure cooking with the hands free auto steam release. Keeps your hands out of the way of any releasing steam. The cooker automatically sets the correct release method of Quick, Pulse or Natural for the best results.


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TRIPLE SAFE LID CONSTRUCTION

Stainless steel construction with 3-way safety system. Hinged and removable lid that is dishwasher safe and easy fitting silicone seal for hassle free cleaning & assembly.


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EASY CLEANING

Lid is removable and dishwasher safe for easy cleaning. The ceramic coated cooking bowl doubles as a serving bowl. Ceramic is a natural material and therefore naturally PFOA and PTFE free.


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LCD DISPLAYFull feedback LCD display tells you whats going on inside the pot with a pressure indicator, temperature and countdown timer and steam release indicator. 8 pressure levels range from 1.5 psi to 12 psi.
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Best price around - along with Amazon - but there's a two year warranty with John Lewis.
could you cook pre-packed 'oven food' in this -
it seems a bit small...
Would a Instapot/Crockpot be better? Looking into purchasing a pressure cooker.
razvantr21/01/2020 16:35

Would a Instapot/Crockpot be better? Looking into purchasing a pressure …Would a Instapot/Crockpot be better? Looking into purchasing a pressure cooker.


Not according to Which?, who rated this one the best of the lot.
Is this essentially the same as the ‘Heston Blumenthal’ Sage pressure cooker?
Edited by: "Eotris" 21st Jan
Eotris21/01/2020 17:53

Is this essentially the same as the ‘Heston Blumenthal’ Sage pressure coo …Is this essentially the same as the ‘Heston Blumenthal’ Sage pressure cooker?


No - it is the Heston Bumenthal Sage pressure cooker isn’t it?
razvantr21/01/2020 16:35

Would a Instapot/Crockpot be better? Looking into purchasing a pressure …Would a Instapot/Crockpot be better? Looking into purchasing a pressure cooker.



I have the cheapo amazon basics one. Bought for £50 but currently £66.

It grafts well but mostly gets used for cooking beans and xmas pud :P

amazon.co.uk/Ama…137
Clearly lost market share & missed the boat (regardless of how good it actually is) .. Looked at it, asked questions of their incompetent London based staff, bought an 8 litre instantpot which is used so much we bought a 6 litre version this summer to accompany it.
Hot for price.
Edited by: "Mr_Gus" 21st Jan
Mr_Gus21/01/2020 21:35

Clearly lost market share & missed the boat (regardless of how good it …Clearly lost market share & missed the boat (regardless of how good it actually is) .. Looked at it, asked questions of their incompetent London based staff, bought an 8 litre instantpot which is used so much we bought a 6 litre version this summer to accompany it.Hot for price.



Strange reason not to buy a product.
Might also be worth seeing if Lakeland will pricematch as they give a 3 year guarantee. John Lewis usually has very good customer service but I have always found Lakeland to be excellent when it comes to customer service and their returns policy is also very good if you are not completely happy with a product.
spudster000721/01/2020 18:48

No - it is the Heston Bumenthal Sage pressure cooker isn’t it?



What might surprise you is that Sage by Heston Blumenthal is the UK operating name for the Australian manufacturer Breville. The company sells its coffee machines around the world - the only difference is the name of the brand.


All the same it looks like it could be a very good multicooker, downside for me would be the lack of spares compared to a instant pot, by spares i mean new seals or a second pot and not the extras like fancy steamer baskets or yogurt pots. Spares can be bought but £29.95 for a second inner pot is a bit steep compared to an instant pot price of £14.99.
Good side is that the high pressure is about the same as an instant pot so a lot of the recipes should work ok
robo98921/01/2020 21:47

Strange reason not to buy a product.


What? You buy from a group of incompetents at their he based on their lack of knowledge 're their own products?
Mr_Gus21/01/2020 21:35

Clearly lost market share & missed the boat (regardless of how good it …Clearly lost market share & missed the boat (regardless of how good it actually is) .. Looked at it, asked questions of their incompetent London based staff, bought an 8 litre instantpot which is used so much we bought a 6 litre version this summer to accompany it.Hot for price.


Missed what boat. This has been out for 4 years now
blootoon76321/01/2020 22:01

What might surprise you is that Sage by Heston Blumenthal is the UK …What might surprise you is that Sage by Heston Blumenthal is the UK operating name for the Australian manufacturer Breville. The company sells its coffee machines around the world - the only difference is the name of the brand.All the same it looks like it could be a very good multicooker, downside for me would be the lack of spares compared to a instant pot, by spares i mean new seals or a second pot and not the extras like fancy steamer baskets or yogurt pots. Spares can be bought but £29.95 for a second inner pot is a bit steep compared to an instant pot price of £14.99.Good side is that the high pressure is about the same as an instant pot so a lot of the recipes should work ok


Spares seals are available as have ordered some directly from Sage before. Still on the original so far so not had to swap it over yet.
friendlyfire32121/01/2020 22:23

Missed what boat. This has been out for 4 years now


Yes I'm well aware of that.
The market share of regular priced units, compared to the high faluting market share they thought they'd catch mopped up by instantpot, ..for the last 4 years & recently other generics.

The rebranded breville boys were always asking too much for this unit which is why instantpot sales boomed.

The instantpot has always fared well in tests on serious eats & the like.
Mr_Gus21/01/2020 22:43

Yes I'm well aware of that.The market share of regular priced units, …Yes I'm well aware of that.The market share of regular priced units, compared to the high faluting market share they thought they'd catch mopped up by instantpot, ..for the last 4 years & recently other generics.The rebranded breville boys were always asking too much for this unit which is why instantpot sales boomed.The instantpot has always fared well in tests on serious eats & the like.


I don’t think instant pot have mopped up market share they have created the market through a very effective social media campaign and getting users on board and listening to their feedback on new features and improvements. This has created a much stronger market for other brands producing their own pressure cookers as well. I would have purchased the instant pot but at the time they were unavailable in the uk for around 4 months due to their huge popularity and not being able to produce enough units and so purchased this Sage one instead.
Mr_Gus21/01/2020 22:02

What? You buy from a group of incompetents at their he based on their lack …What? You buy from a group of incompetents at their he based on their lack of knowledge 're their own products?


Makes no odds.

I got currys to price match as I get 7% off vouchers from bupa rewards.

There is nobody more incompetent than a currys employee.
friendlyfire32121/01/2020 22:59

I don’t think instant pot have mopped up market share they have created t …I don’t think instant pot have mopped up market share they have created the market through a very effective social media campaign and getting users on board and listening to their feedback on new features and improvements. This has created a much stronger market for other brands producing their own pressure cookers as well. I would have purchased the instant pot but at the time they were unavailable in the uk for around 4 months due to their huge popularity and not being able to produce enough units and so purchased this Sage one instead.


Therefore they both created the UK market buzz & mopped it up with everything being compared to the instantpot pretty much as the standard measure.

The u.s. & Canadian offerings are much wider, ...Bluetooth version has been available there for years but never graced these shores, much nicer display too.

The sage is a good machine just previously way overpriced.
Edited by: "Mr_Gus" 22nd Jan
friendlyfire32121/01/2020 22:59

I don’t think instant pot have mopped up market share they have created t …I don’t think instant pot have mopped up market share they have created the market through a very effective social media campaign and getting users on board and listening to their feedback on new features and improvements. This has created a much stronger market for other brands producing their own pressure cookers as well. I would have purchased the instant pot but at the time they were unavailable in the uk for around 4 months due to their huge popularity and not being able to produce enough units and so purchased this Sage one instead.


Something in that, and now that the Sage can be had for a lower price it's selling in much greater numbers. According to Which? tests it's a better machine too:


Overall verdict on the Sage when it was £125: It’s expensive, but we think the results are worth it. This is our top pick.
Yeah this is a great price for this. I paid a bit more for mine but has been worth every penny and gets used often. The only slight negatives I can think of are the hinged lid is good but it opens to the right when most people are right handed and when stirring things in gets slightly in the way. Controls are ever so slightly counter intuitive at first. When setting a custom pressure cooker time minimum has to be 5 minutes when I have come across the odd recipe that needs less time or even a 0 minute time so you have to do that manually. But like I said these are very slight negatives.
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Now gone up in price to £119
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