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Vida 6L 1000W 8in1 Electric Stainless Steel High Pressure Cooker @ ebuyer ebay - £29.20
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Vida 6L 1000W 8in1 Electric Stainless Steel High Pressure Cooker @ ebuyer ebay - £29.20

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Posted 5th Dec 2019Edited by:"Tired.Ben.Affleck"

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I've never seen a better price for 6l 1000W Electric High Pressure Cooker.
Same model as DIHL 6l Pressure Cooker which is going fast!
Product description.

Make nutritious meals quickly and easily with the Vida 6L Electric Pressure
Cooker. Every kitchen can benefit, making it easy to rustle up tasty
meals in next to no time.
A pressure cooker is one of the best hands-off ways to get dinner on the table, fast.

Cooking
with pressurised steam means that meals are cooked much quicker than conventional methods – in fact cooking times can be decreased by up to 70%.
The Vida 6L pressure cooker locks in all the natural goodness and flavours – while you sit back and wait for everyone to tell you how great you are!
Enough to go around!
The Vida Pressure Cooker has a 6-litre capacity which means that you can make enough food for everyone – and it’s a perfect way to prepare those packed lunches for the days ahead.
Time-delay
Vida 6L model has useful time-delay feature which will switch on
automatically at a chosen time. The time will increase in 5-minute
increments up to a maximum of 23 hours and 55 minutes. Keep the button pressed down to fast forward to the time you want, quickly.
The Vida Pressure Cooker also comes with a 12-month guarantee.
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37 Comments
Great price and very useful HEAT
Good deal !
Best thing I ever bought.
Good price. You'll not find a cheaper way to cook a whole chicken, unless you want to rub two free sticks of wood together.
Edited by: "terriclarkfan" 5th Dec 2019
Bought, cheers.
is this a slow cooker aswell as a pressure cooker?
terriclarkfan05/12/2019 14:25

Good price. You'll not find a cheaper way to cook a whole chicken, unless …Good price. You'll not find a cheaper way to cook a whole chicken, unless you want to rub two free sticks of wood together.


Oven?
prynolfc05/12/2019 15:13

is this a slow cooker aswell as a pressure cooker?


yes, pressure is adjustable.
jonnybravo05/12/2019 15:24

Oven?


Pretty sure a pressure cooker can do a medium chicken in about 35 minutes, in an oven I'd expect a chicken to take three times that.
FrattonPark05/12/2019 16:07

Pretty sure a pressure cooker can do a medium chicken in about 35 minutes, …Pretty sure a pressure cooker can do a medium chicken in about 35 minutes, in an oven I'd expect a chicken to take three times that.


Ah ok, didn't realise that, jeezo that's quick
Is this better than a rice cooker, I only need it to cook rice and other functions will be free as well
FrattonPark05/12/2019 16:07

Pretty sure a pressure cooker can do a medium chicken in about 35 minutes, …Pretty sure a pressure cooker can do a medium chicken in about 35 minutes, in an oven I'd expect a chicken to take three times that.


That's the cooking time,but you need to add ten to fifteen minutes at the start to get to pressure,then same amount of time at the end for pressure to release naturally.
violetd06/12/2019 12:45

That's the cooking time,but you need to add ten to fifteen minutes at the …That's the cooking time,but you need to add ten to fifteen minutes at the start to get to pressure,then same amount of time at the end for pressure to release naturally.


Ten minutes to get to pressure with the Instant Pot and just flick the quick release on finishing. No need to wait fifteen minutes.
I'll give this a go. Thank you OP.
FrattonPark06/12/2019 12:49

Ten minutes to get to pressure with the Instant Pot and just flick the …Ten minutes to get to pressure with the Instant Pot and just flick the quick release on finishing. No need to wait fifteen minutes.

Been using a pressure cooker for years. Slow release recommended for meat. If quick release works for you,great
I need this on the kitchens counter. Ordered
Thank You Yodel!
You did the obvious.
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Tired.Ben.Affleck07/12/2019 01:04

Thank You Yodel! You did the obvious.[Image]


Mine didn't even make it! Yodel really are terrible
MisterZee12/12/2019 19:29

Mine didn't even make it! Yodel really are terrible



what do you mean by that? they lost it?

Anyway, I've got replacement and it works fabulous.
Edited by: "Tired.Ben.Affleck" 12th Dec 2019
Tired.Ben.Affleck12/12/2019 21:38

what do you mean by that? they lost it?Anyway, I've got replacement and it …what do you mean by that? they lost it?Anyway, I've got replacement and it works fabulous.


Yodel destroyed it enroute so took it back before it got anywhere near delivery. Hopefully I'll get a replacement soon
MisterZee12/12/2019 21:48

Yodel destroyed it enroute so took it back before it got anywhere near …Yodel destroyed it enroute so took it back before it got anywhere near delivery. Hopefully I'll get a replacement soon


mindboggling
Anybody buyed This cooker ? Its compared to instant pot ?
aniadobrzynska508/01/2020 13:29

Anybody buyed This cooker ? Its compared to instant pot ?


yes and yes, but without programme Yoghurt and Saute, rest is the same pretty much.
I stopped cooking soups in big pots I'm just using this one only, everything tastes so much better and keeps the kitchen clean.
All the bucket of flavours is preserved in the meat and vegetables after cooking.
There is no cookbook that comes with it, which is a bummer so It took me two cookings to find the perfect time frame for my favourite chicken veggie soup.

For soups, it's about 20-25min and then natural pressure release, even when suggested time on the clock shows 40.
The cooking is super fast, it only takes about 10-20mm to pressurize.

Great option is you can keep it just warm later after you finish (40oC) so it's pleasantly warm without the risk of overcooking over time.
bb on the screen show (keep "warm" temperature inside the pot)

Manual isn't perfect but I perfected it myself by learning over time.


overall I'm extremely satisfied with what I got for the money.
Cleaning is super easy and the pot inside is coated with Non-Stick surface (like Tefal) so there is no risk of foot to stick to the bottom of the pot.
Finally got this delivered the second time round. First time I purchased this, they didn't deliver on any of the days Ebuyer said they would. Mercifully they did a full refund without quibble. But I lost my discount in the process.

Just noticed eBay discount again, and purchased it. They couldn't deliver it yesterday, but they did today evening, after making me wait all day.

Now I really need to understand how this works. I've used a stove top pressure cooker, but never an electric one. Any tips/links?
Edited by: "josephg5" 8th Jan
Guess what.. Having just had this delivered, I'm looking for more info about how to use it. And I just found it cheaper on the Ebuyer site itself. Ebuyer sells this cheaper on its own website, than it does on eBay.. duh!
Edited by: "josephg5" 8th Jan
josephg508/01/2020 21:16

Guess what.. Having just had this delivered, I'm looking for more info …Guess what.. Having just had this delivered, I'm looking for more info about how to use it. And I just found it cheaper on the Ebuyer site itself. Ebuyer sells this cheaper on its own website, than it does on eBay.. duh!



follow instant pot recipies and you will be good to go.
Remember about timing, time suggested by the pot is way exceeded. To make a Stew 15min is more than enough.
Just finished mine and it's super delicious full of flavours and not overcooked.

stew, 15min cooking time - Vida program: Meat.


For the vege soup: 20min - Vida program: Soup.

haven't tried chicken yet.
Edited by: "Tired.Ben.Affleck" 8th Jan
(how) do you saute the meat in this thing?
josephg508/01/2020 22:57

(how) do you saute the meat in this thing?


I don't know. there is no setting for that... all of them requires lid to be on the top, sealed.
Tired.Ben.Affleck08/01/2020 23:04

I don't know. there is no setting for that... all of them requires lid to …I don't know. there is no setting for that... all of them requires lid to be on the top, sealed.


I just leave the lid open and hit one of the programmes i.e. 'meat'. It gets hot but obviously no pressure. Once I've sealed or sauteed I close it up and restart the programme.
MisterZee09/01/2020 11:23

I just leave the lid open and hit one of the programmes i.e. 'meat'. It …I just leave the lid open and hit one of the programmes i.e. 'meat'. It gets hot but obviously no pressure. Once I've sealed or sauteed I close it up and restart the programme.


good to know
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I have an empty hole where the relief valve is supposed to be. Am I missing a part to be inserted in that hole?
josephg510/01/2020 11:35

[Image] I have an empty hole where the relief valve is supposed to be. Am …[Image] I have an empty hole where the relief valve is supposed to be. Am I missing a part to be inserted in that hole?


the pressure seal relief is 1cm away. plastic cap. even the instructions shows it.
open the instruction first! then come here and ask questions that the instruction does not asnwer to them.
Instruction manual says the plastic valve you mention is Floating Pressure Valve, and Relief Valve is where I have a hole as in the picture above.

Instruction manual further says relief valve should be turned for cooking.

I was asking to check if there is an attachment or something which is supposed to cover that hole. Sorry if my question is stupid.
josephg510/01/2020 11:35

[Image] I have an empty hole where the relief valve is supposed to be. Am …[Image] I have an empty hole where the relief valve is supposed to be. Am I missing a part to be inserted in that hole?


You're all good to go (no missing part).
MisterZee11/01/2020 17:20

You're all good to go (no missing part).


Thank you MisterZee. I asked here hoping there would be others using this item who could confirm, and not knowing where else to ask.
josephg512/01/2020 01:48

Thank you MisterZee. I asked here hoping there would be others using this …Thank you MisterZee. I asked here hoping there would be others using this item who could confirm, and not knowing where else to ask.


There are lots of pressure cooking groups on Facebook I found them really helpful when I first started using a digital pressure cooker.
I did search Google for this make/model and the DiHL too, but nothing relevant turned up.
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