All Cooker Discounts, Offers and Sale - June 2018
49 Diamond deals. I’d say RUSSt was a very valued contributor. Would be great if you shared a deal, every little helps.
Heat just for the picture
Yeah because I don't post non deals , I mean if you want I can post rubbish to
As oppose to your contribution of 0 deals (excited) :p
Hurdy gurdy. Put the birdy the pot, stir the birdy up :)
Didn't they used to make sound equipment ?
That's a big oven to heat up every time you want to cook some chicken nuggets
Rangemaster or Stoves. The cheap ones don't last.
Thought it was a dj booth
Looks a good deal. I am not convinced that cookers are made to last anyway. I bought a rangemaster 4 years ago. The knobs have come unstuck and revolve around so you don't know how high the setting is. The auto ignition is sporadic and ceased working on one of the burners. The oven shelves don't slide in smoothly and the general construction is thought out so as to make it not use it. Eg screws into top and awkward bits to clean. Looked at dearer cookers and they just had heavier grill pans. Other qualty makes are no better. If I was looking for a cooker I would be tempted by this.
I have the Ourlass Cook4Me - it’s a lot cheaper and more reliable!
Not sure about this one, I normally love my gadgets but this looks like a very over priced Hair dryer, really not sure. http://www.trustedreviews.com/reviews/tefal-cook4me Should I buy the Tefal Cook4Me?Maybe. It’s very expensive and not worth the money for most people. But if you’re not a confident cook and you live on a diet of ready meals, the Tefal presents an alternative: it can help you turn out quick meals that are much healthier and more affordable. Compared with the cost of ready meals, it would pay for itself. But so would a saucepan or a more affordable multi cooker. Verdict The expensive Tefal promises easy, quick cooking. It is fast, but it’s not intelligent enough.
£149 at Amazon mate, with limited stock. The later version, is £154 at Amazon.
Especially if you use this STAINLESS STEEL sous vide in a STAINLESS STEEL pot.
Sadly, we live in a plastic world! An awful lot of food is sold in plastic, breakfast cereal, bread, milk, meat, baked beans, yogurts...the list goes on and even water! A bit of sous videing (?) isn't going to make a great deal of difference.
You won't regret it, theyre great!
I had no idea we needed one of these. But we do now! Bought one. Great deal. Hot.
Thanks @RUSSt that's an excellent price and I love a slowcooker meal too
Also avaliable at Amazon if that floats your boat: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Morphy-Richards-Accents-48703-Cooker/dp/B00888X526
Cheers. As I say, it doesn't make sense. Thank you in anticipation.
The nutritional information is per portion as all values are too low to be for the whole dish. I think I will write to them and ask. Will let you know their response
Um... that doesn't make sense. The carbs figure is for the whole dish, surely? If you want, for example, a 4 carb portion then just divide the whole dish by 10 ie ten portions. If you want a 20 carb portion then eat half of the total dish.
Thanks, that’s a bit of pita though? Forgive me if I am being stupid here but.. For example a Black Beans and Mushroom Chili has: Nutritional Information: Calories: 306 kcal, Fats: 10 grams, Carbohydrates: 40 grams, Protein: 18 grams To work out how many portions there is for this I would need to work out how many carbs for example are in all of the ingredients and divide that by 40. Thus giving me the number of servings.
I didn't mean that each meal was four portions. I meant just divide up by number of portions to get the figures and used four as an example. Obviously it depends upon how large your portions are, but looking at the size and quantity of the ingredients should give you a good idea. Apologies for any confusion.
It vents thru the top valve, the larger thing visible on top of the handle. It has two pressure settings I and II and a position for releasing the steam quickly, it hisses rather than whistles. Great price for stainless steel, I bought one a while ago when on offer to replace my corroded aluminium one. Would like a bigger stainless steel one for nice price though....
Looks like it goes though the handle instead...
Got this one from Dunhelm for £28. Not as quick as my old Fissler of 30 years use (but 5x the price) but safe to use. Probably wont last as long. For this price I do recommend this cooker.
Where is the thingy at the top that goes round and whistles?
Bit on the small side!
Yes - but I couldn't find anywhere to get it in the UK any more. I think it was 3 x 2.2l pots which would have been good...1.3l pots are just too small for us.
It's in the OP, c'mon (nerd)
How many litres? More details..... c'mon
So that's the reason the sites gone to pot thanks i never knew this.
A waste of time?! You do know you don't have to stand around while it's cooking. Kidding. What's the plus points for pressure cooker
Slow cooker is waste of time and energy. Buy pressure cooker instead.
only if you want to slow cook fast, this thing has made my mothers sunday dinner a lot more palitable
If you have a slow cooker do you need one of these?
Had the teleshopping advert of this on a loop all night after coming home drunk. Actually want one now.
We have one, good for stews but some things you don't save any time as it takes a while to get to temp/pressure
had mine for about 6 months, used several times a week. Love it. Cooks chicken breasts from frozen in half an hour. Lots of reports of issues with the 6L on the Facebook groups so personally I'd stick with the 5.
I doubt there is one. 1.5litres
Stainless steel externals, inner pot aluminium non stick, 2 year warranty. There is no mention of steamer basket.
Still plenty on sale at the Colne Road, Burnley store this evening.
I have a electric hob it takes a age to boil even using the kettle and this means more extra electricity needed so i just use one of these it is so simple to use turn on and leave takes half the time and less hassle and all eggs come out perfect 6 at a time. I would say this is the most used back of the cupboard type gadget i have bought and will fight its corner for it (strong)
One of those egg timers that changes colour works perfectly fine for me!
Toaster. Put grill on, insert bread underneath
Thanks, just ordered this. Have been waiting since Christmas when it went out of stock. It has been cheaper previously, but you can't build that time machine.
Sorry it was in store at Chelmsford x
Sainsbury’s have the 8-1 for £40!
Posted mainly for people who have been waiting. It has been out of stock for 6 months and many paid quite a lot. May be I posted in deal section as this is not a dea
I bought one in Argos last year, and after having problems with three, I bought a Cosori. Cosori is much better quality, and their customer service is excellent. Argos assistant said they had a lot of returns of pressure king pros. Two of mine had faulty display units, and one started off fine, then wouldn't come to pressure in spite of trying all the troubleshooting tips. For anyone considering a digital pressure cooker who has not used a pressure cooker before, the headline cooking times don't include the time taken to get to pressure, which could be from 5 to 20 minutes depending on amount of liquid used. For some things, by the time you factor in heat up times, you don't save a lot of time. That said, for some things, digital pressure cookers are brilliant.
I have this and it's OK unfortunately due to operator indifference it now resides in the cupboard !!
Should I add heat or pressure (party)
Thanks for post this deal, heat added!
I thought it was a pokeball!
950W pure pressure power
Looks to me like a portable bluetooth speaker how many watts can it chuck out (cheeky)
Had been looking at it for a few days. Its not stainless steel inner pot as was informed by someone. Its a 1.8litre with no inner pot spare part via a search (didnt call) Quite similar to a Russell Hobbs. Last on HotUKDeal at 20? quid a while back.