Steamer 3 tier (fully automated) with timer £6.99 (pickup free or +£3.95 delivery)
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Steamer 3 tier (fully automated) with timer £6.99 (pickup free or +£3.95 delivery)

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Found 10th May 2008Made hot 10th May 2008
Looks like a bargain to me. Lots of stores nationally so you can save on delivery !!


Lloyds Pharmacy Steamer


The healthy low fat way to cook

The Lloydspharmacy triple tier steamer is the fast and healthy way to cook all your vegetables, fish, rice and chicken. It retains all the natural flavours and goodness and is 100% natural so it's a LOW FAT option.

Cook a complete meal on the triple tier baskets quickly with the instant steam function, which means you don't have to wait for the water to boil. Start cooking as soon as you turn it on.

Features include:

Built in 60 minute timer with auto switch off
Instant steam function
Easy fill water tank
Rice steaming basket
Water gauge
Removable dishwasher safe bowls
9 litre capacity
Packs away for storage
Recipe Booklet

17 Comments

quite possibly the cheapest 3-tier steamer ever!
think best previous price I have seen is a one-off offer from ]Argos at £7.99, or current ]Argos item at £7.99.
voted hot for the price.
no idea about the quality.

the cheapest in tesco is £9.99 so vote hot

Good find, voted hot :thumbsup:

wats the point if its cheap if it doesnt last for more than 2 weeks. lloyds gear is the cheapest **** you can get

great price. thanks!

They have them in Argos for £7.99 if you don't have a Lloyds near you.

everylittlehelps;2070128

wats the point if its cheap if it doesnt last for more than 2 weeks. … wats the point if its cheap if it doesnt last for more than 2 weeks. lloyds gear is the cheapest **** you can get



Cheap things have their place. If you want something for occasional use or a backup spare etc then a cheap item will do the job. Obviously if you are looking for something for regular hard use then you are better off paying out extra for quality.

Having said that, I wouldn't go for this particular deal myself, because if I was only steaming veg a few times per year then there are other ways of doing it that won't require any special equipment.

everylittlehelps;2070128

wats the point if its cheap if it doesnt last for more than 2 weeks. … wats the point if its cheap if it doesnt last for more than 2 weeks. lloyds gear is the cheapest **** you can get


My cheap £9.99 one from Argos is now 3+ years old used frequently each week.

Good deal but pick up not available and in store is 7.99 -((
However this is a bit biger 9L than argos one

I know looks can be decieving but that looks pretty much identical to my teefal steamer that ive been using day in and day out for about 2 years now without a single problem! I just bought one of these as backup :-) Great find. I guess we will see if its any good in time... But at £11 or so including postage I doubt I will go far wrong :-)

Cheap dosent always have to mean nasty. My £7.99 Argos one is great and I have had much more expensive ones which didnt last. Think I will have one of these Lloyds ones as well as a spare as we love veg and sometimes could do with two.

i got a three tier one from asda in dundee for £4 recently.

evilskanker;2072447

i got a three tier one from asda in dundee for £4 recently.



My local Asda where i work had a few of these steamers for £4 in stock this morning.

how do you remove the postage?

can't see the option.

Steamer just arrived! I would say its about a third to half the size of my teefal steamer which is probably why its that much cheaper. I personally like to be able to make enough food for 2 good sized meals (about 4 small meals) and I think this steamer will just about do one decent meal. So I would say its suitable only really for a single person or somebody that doesnt want to steam ALL of their meal. But as i said before, at £10 you are not going to lose much... :-)

andyellis_2000;2095191

Steamer just arrived!



Mine too.

It's actually a Hinari Steam Supreme. Irrespective of being just £6.99, the quality appears to be excellent. I was even impressed with the packaging - something that I have found to be a good indicator of the care a manufacturer takes in their product.

The reviews that I found were all good. From their dates, I'd guess that this model was sold around 2001 to 2005 - not a problem as a steamer is not exactly a hi-tec piece of equipment.

It isn't that large but then I only really wanted it for steaming fish and vegetables.

brilliant deal perfect timing my wife just needed one :thumbsup:
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