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Weight Watchers 3-Tier Steamer £10.80 (C+C) £14.75 (Delivered) @ Robert Dyas
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Weight Watchers 3-Tier Steamer £10.80 (C+C) £14.75 (Delivered) @ Robert Dyas

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Posted 15th Aug

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An easy and efficient way to get your family eating more healthily, this large food steamer is perfect for cooking an array of meals. With a generously sized water tank and three individual steaming levels you’ll be able to cook both meat and vegetable to craft your favourite dishes, losing none of the flavour or nutrients. For added convenience the steamer features a handy 60 minute timer as well as an auto shut off function which stops it cooking when the timer ends or the water tank is empty. When it comes to cleaning up, each tier can be removed to keep washing and maintenance simple. The stylish stainless steel body makes this a great addition to any kitchen, and the set also includes a cooking bowl, ideal for steaming rice, to help you get started.

Features and benefits

- Healthier food – A great way to eat better while still enjoying your favourite meals.
- Large capacity – Providing plenty of space for big meals to feed the whole family.
- Convenient – Cook to perfection with ease thanks to the 60 minute timer and automatic shut off.
- Stylish finish – The stainless steel look suits any kitchen.

What’s Included


- 1 x Cooking bowl
- 1 x 3-tier steamer
- 60 minute timer
- Automatic shut off
- Power: 500W
- Capacity: 7.5L
- Guarantee: 1 year
- Dimensions: H41 x W22.8 x D19.8cm
- Weight: 1.368kg
- Material: Stainless steel/plastic
- Colour: Black

Specifications

- 60 minute timer
- Automatic shut off
- Power: 500W
- Capacity: 7.5L
- Guarantee: 1 year
- Dimensions: H41 x W22.8 x D19.8cm
- Weight: 1.368kg
- Material: Stainless steel/plastic
- Colour: Black
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14 Comments
These are flimsy but good, anything that promotes steamed Veg is a good thing
I need a steamer, I've started to gain weight and it's not coming off, not good.
Edited by: "GregoryHouse" 16th Aug
OOS on the website and won’t let you add to cart for collection from what I can see, so can’t use code still seems a decent deal at £12 though!
I have the Morphy Richards Intellisteam which I can recommend. I’ve tried a few and this is the best I’ve had. It allows two different compartments so you can steam stuff and different times easily.
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This is a good deal but I’d like to make a suggestion.

I had a steamer like this for a long while and found it useful but if anyone is considering this, might want to also look at getting a basic microwave steamer instead. Contrary to popular belief, it’s actually the best way to keep vital nutrients in whatever you’re making and you can even re-use the run off water to use as a base for a tasty soup. The main other reason I would recommend a microwave steamer instead is that they are both cheaper and much, much easier to clean!
These were all the rage in the 90s so check in your lofts or sheds for the one you bought years ago and have since misplaced
I recommend steamers highly, i have a Andrew James steamer and have noticed the benefits of steaming greatly.
Love my Steamer for boiled eggs, even pork skewers come out ok
tsd198417/08/2019 11:36

This is a good deal but I’d like to make a suggestion.I had a steamer like …This is a good deal but I’d like to make a suggestion.I had a steamer like this for a long while and found it useful but if anyone is considering this, might want to also look at getting a basic microwave steamer instead. Contrary to popular belief, it’s actually the best way to keep vital nutrients in whatever you’re making and you can even re-use the run off water to use as a base for a tasty soup. The main other reason I would recommend a microwave steamer instead is that they are both cheaper and much, much easier to clean!


Completely agree. I bought a Sistema steamer, approx. £6. So easy and quick to use, pop into microwave, and a few minutes later, tasty vegetables for little time and effort.
freyabo18/08/2019 01:38

Completely agree. I bought a Sistema steamer, approx. £6. So easy and …Completely agree. I bought a Sistema steamer, approx. £6. So easy and quick to use, pop into microwave, and a few minutes later, tasty vegetables for little time and effort.


Yeah I have two of the same, one for at home & one for the office. It’s healthier & so much easier to clean!
Heat from me. Effective meansto cook for enough veg for the family.
Voted hot. A little flimsy but much better value than my usual steamer.

Gwyneth.
Good idea, but you soon get sick of washing all the levels, some food really sticks.
Not a problem for veges I guess, but the microwave is faster and more convenient.
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