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Cookworks Coffee and Herb Grinder - White £9.99 @ Argos
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Found 13th OctFound 13th Oct
Small, quiet yet powerful little Coffee and Herb Grinder from Cookworks. High product rating and perhaps cheapest offer on the web considering other options available. Definitely w… Read more
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madel79

I have just tried it guys and I confirm that I am happy with the results. The only problem is that cleaning it might be a bit of an issue. Other than that the grinding is fine and my cup of coffee tasted great.

ft7

Thanks for your comment, as after reading it and investigating further I decided not to buy it. https://foodal.com/drinks-2/coffee/grinders/why-you-shouldnt-use-a-blade-grinder-for-your-coffee/

madel79

I get your point Pokey but the reviews on Argos are good

Raj_.

This is what I'd like to know. Anyone vouch for it?

Pokey

It's a blade grinder. A £10 blade grinder. I don't need to try it. No coffee bean should ever be 'cut' by a blade grinder.

Cookworks 1.5L Rice Cooker - Black - £14.99 @ Argos
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Found 7th SepFound 7th Sep
Enjoy precisely cooked rice every time with the Cookworks rice cooker. Say goodbye to standing over the hob checking your rice isn’t burning and the water isn’t boiling over the si… Read more
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Bargybee

Most importantly before you cook your rice, rinse it until the water runs clear, this stops it going sticky.

hannibaluk1

Rice is easy. Twice as much water to rice by weight, a pinch of salt. Bring to boil, simmer at very low heat for ten minutes and then turn off the heat. Leave the lid on throughout and after another ten minutes you get perfect rice. Alternatively follow the instructions on your rice cooker. Adding a stock cube, mustard seeds, bits of hot dog sausage or lard ons is all good too.

RainbowKiss

It's called convenience.

2409chris

Must be something in it, since a Country that has a third of the worlds population swear by them. Plus than other country that’s into fresh is best, also has a selection of rice cookers.

RainbowKiss

General rule of thumb is 1 cup of rice to 2 cups of water. Ok, wash rice in cold water until water runs clear (probably about 6 rinses) then soak the rice in cold water and leave to rest for at least 10 minutes. Boil water in pan add pinch off salt, drain pre soaked rice and then add to the boiling water. Let it boil for around 10 minutes until rice is aldente. Remove rice from pan and drain. Transfer rice back to the pan, lid on and simmer on low heat for a few extra minutes. VOILA. .. perfect fluffy rice everytime.... guaranteed!!

Cookworks Filter Coffee Maker - Black £5.99 @ Argos
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Found 12th AugFound 12th Aug
Wake up and smell the coffee! This Cookworks filter coffee maker ensures you get your daily caffeine fix. There's no need for replacements with the permanent filter and its semi-tr… Read more
Reeferman

thx ordered

xlxaiwa55xlx

Unfortunately, I had to return too many of these. The longest one of these lasted for us was a week. Ended up buying my wife the ninja coffee bar. She loves it. If these cheap ones were reliable, they'd be brilliant. Unfortunately, too many have issues. Sometimes paying extra is worthwhile, I'm not saying go out and pay 80 quid for one, but upping your budget might bag you something more worthwhile. We've also had a pod machine, they're a real waste of money. Over priced kit with massively overpriced pods

YNWA_Mike

Not in stock near me, damn.

werdoomed

Got one as well, no brainer

RUSSt

i think its great to be able to mix my own coffee and discover a new taste

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Cookworks textured kettle and toaster in black with great reviews were £29.99 now £19.99 each @ Argos
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Found 29th JulFound 29th Jul
These look a LOT like the De'longhi Brillante range but you can get the kettle and the toaster for £15 less than the price of just the kettle! Plus if you spend £50 you can get a … Read more
Ashan85

It shows all dirt. Not recommended in the kitchen. The prisms will make it even worse.

JMac_D

The kettle wouldnt be good for emptying due to the angle of the body. Cookwork items that are food related wont be accepted back unless there is a fault. Its argos's own brand and had an issue with a kettle i bought. It was slow to switch off but as it had been used they say no.

bushman

This looks really cool and killer price (just spent 27 quid on much reduced the delonghi kettle deal). Just hope it lasts... my kettles always seem to pack up 1 week & 2 days after the warranty expires!

kelly1987

Really wanted a kettle/toaster like this but wanted white, the delonghi/breville are so overpriced!

Enterpart

black is always in fashion, its the texture that is OTT IMO

Cookworks Hand Mixer - White now £3.99 @ Argos
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Refreshed 25th JulRefreshed 25th Jul
Now half price, gets ace reviews and plenty of stock about at time of posting. Includes 2 attachments :) Arm-ache is a thing of the past with this Cookworks hand mixer! It has 5… Read more
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Cinnabar

This is a great deal, thanks OP. Seems to be widely available in Herts.

Poolius

Bargain. I use one of these to mix tile grout :)!

BigDiscovery

Ordered, thanks!

cupcake125

Ordered thanks

Duped1234

Excellent, ordered, now have to look for way to make use of it. ;)

Cookworks  Pressure cooker reduced from £24.99 to £15.99 Argos (free C&C)
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Found 27th JunFound 27th Jun
I found this pressure cooker, have to say it is a decent price. Enjoy your healthy or unhealthy eating. Unique saute technology and 6 internal lock systems for added peace of min… Read more
Furryface

They seem to be out of stock now - but in case they come up again.... I got one for £15.99 - total bargain. I already have a Breville Fast Slow Pro that I bought for over £!50 18 months ago. This cooks just as well. It is missing a lot of features, but for simple saute and pressure cooking it does just fine. Downsides: * the timer is manual, doesn't ring (despite saying it does), and doesn't include time to get to pressure (so you have to mentally add that to the cooking times for any recipes you find online). This 'time to get to pressure' will be different for each recipe, so when cooking a recipe for the first time, it is best to watch over and time it until the red button comes up (ie pressure reached), then adjust the timer dial to the recipe's stated cooking time. Add this extra time to your recipe so it is a no-brainer next time. It does turn off the cooker when done, and allows the pressure to drop gradually. This means that if you are cooking something that needs a fast release, you will need to set a reminder (e.g. on your phone) to remind you to go and release pressure manually. * the recipe book that comes with it is awful - just looks like a mishmash of recipes that copied from online - some are not even for an electric pressure cooker. Not a major problem, there are millions of Instant Pot recipes that work just fine if you add on the time to get to pressure to the cooking time. These problems are not much of a bother to me, but might be for someone new to pressure cooking.

smallandsweet

Whilst looking for something else I came across this on eBay and it was £15.99 again(cheeky) so I’ve got one. Thanks op!

aiz3n

Must be a case of bad luck, I reserved it in two stores and picked it up for my sisters (nerd)

smallandsweet

Ordered this twice and both times were a “ghost” order. (Money charged to credit card but email doesn’t come through and not there when you go to store.) ebay price now £39.99 - I offered them £16.99 and explained why asking for price match. Declined :(

CTR70s

If, like me you're attracted by the price, but no local stores have the item available and delivery is an extra £4 which makes the deal taste a little bitter. Have a look at the 3 year instant replacement warranty, I usually add this to my electrical purchases anyway. It's about £6.20. This is counted as a separate purchase and because you're then purchasing two items delivery on the cooker becomes free. Or look at it another way, pay delivery at full price and get your 3yr protection for about £2.20. Hope someone finds this helpful.

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Cookworks 2 Slice Toaster - White £5.99 @ Argos
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Found 27th JunFound 27th Jun
Further 20% price drop on this 2 slice toaster, lowest price it's been Reviews look good - free c+c In a clean-cut white, this Cookworks toaster will settle itself into any k… Read more
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Hotknife

Cheap for a reason. Most bread wont fit in this toaster properly if you like toast like this go for it.

pricklychin

Good for toasting half the bread

Gussy_Fink_Nottle

Good basic toaster for under £6,does the job just like the ones that have control's like the Star ship Enterprise and cost ten times more ! :{

mivste

I have the Cookworks kettle and pleased with that. Now ordered the matching toaster. Thanks OP

Cookworks Filter Coffee Maker - Black £5.99 @ Argos
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Refreshed 4th JulRefreshed 4th Jul
Further 20% price drop on this coffee maker - now £5.99 Reviews look decent Free c+c This Cookworks filter coffee maker ensures you get your daily caffeine fix. There's no … Read more
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matrich1610

Not sure if they’re still in store, you’d need to check local stock

robertfrancis1975

Are they still in store? Thanks

mcallisterian

Not as good as previous model. This one turns off automatically after 40mins.

fishmaster

I've been watching that gif for 15 minutes waiting for something to happen. I'm guessing 15 minutes was too long to wait? :(

pgnl

I have had one of these for over six months, I drink mainly tea but sometimes like a cup of fresh black coffee and I am not keen on the tassimo type machines, as they are expensive to run and find the end result overly processed when it should be simple and fresh. For me this works fine, my only criticism is that the coffee is not overly hot, so it needs nuking in the microwave. It cost me £12 which is fine... For the the person that says the coffee is too weak, not so, in fact I had my first ever migraine after drinking an overly strong cup made in the machine... LOL

Cookworks 2 Slice Toaster - White - £7.49 @ Argos (free C&C)
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Found 23rd JunFound 23rd Jun
800 watts. 2 slices. with a variable width function. 7 toast settings. Cancel, defrost and reheat function. Cool touch. Cord storage. 1 year internal manufacturer’s guarantee.
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LotusJas

Doesn't seem a genuine reduction. Compare to this better one, and it seems correctly priced now. http://www.argos.co.uk/product/7067754?rec=PDP[7219069]:bottomSlider:P1:OHAT:alternative:7067754:aR4PNVcTBe5ZPYA3NuBU

Optimus_Toaster

Nice.

Cookworks Filter Coffee Maker £7.49 @ Argos
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Found 20th JunFound 20th Jun
FREE c+c. Wake up and smell the coffee! This Cookworks filter coffee maker ensures you get your daily caffeine fix. There's no need for replacements with the permanent filter and … Read more
ssc1

Now 5.99

bensbb

I use this machine at work and whilst it does what it's supposed to, the plastic is flimsy and it feels like its going to fall apart in use. Pouring from the jug into the water hopper usually results in spillages as the spout on the jug isn't very big. Unless its only for occasional use i'd probably spend a bit more money and get something better - I have a Russell Hobbs machine at home which is spot on, was about £30 on sale.

bma1445

Have one of these as my backup - alright for the price, doesn't get very hot though.

Cookworks Steel Red Kettle 1.7 Litre £9.99 @ Argos
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Found 20th JunFound 20th Jun
Price drop on this Cookworks red 1.7 litre kettle, now under £10 Free c+c 2.2 kW 1.7 litre capacity. Boil dry protection - automatically switches off when the kettle is emp… Read more
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Gollywood

Luckily, I'm very brave and wasn't scared...and saved the day

Misslovely

Omg. That's scary

Gollywood

Ours melted 1st use.. Never again

Misslovely

I like cookworks, they last you long. But this item isn't in stock anywhere

cjabingham

Chanchi likes to make his chai tea!

Cookworks hand mixer £3.99 @ Argos
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Cookworks hand mixer for £3.99 @ Argos Variable speeds Choice of attachments
Rahan

As another poster pointed out, received a slightly different design (nicer) to the picture. Hopefully it's a better one too.

morpheus

Ordered one, cheers OP. The wife stuck a fork into the whisks with the last one while they were mixing and mangled the whisks. Cheaper to buy a whole new unit than new whisks.

Kasia29

Got it couple of weeks ago...the one I got looks different(better) to the one pictured

LCallan

Had one of these and it only lasted a few months. Spend a bit more if you’re using it regularly

gailhussein1

Got one

Cookworks Mini Chopper only £5.99 @ Argos
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Found 20th JunFound 20th Jun
Great offer on this compact chopper. Excellent reviews and good availability. Small in size but big on results, this smashing little chopper from Cookworks is ideal for choppin… Read more
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Charlene_D

16 days late

panadooool

It's 12.99 :/

husna2000

Is guarantee included

sandrabear

What a shame bought one today for a tenner but mine has 3 year guarantee

gailhussein1

Got one

Cookworks Illumination Rapid Boil Kettle (Red / Green / Black) £12.99 / Cookworks Jug Kettle - Stainless Steel Or Red £12.99 @ Argos
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Found 12th JunFound 12th Jun
Get very good reviews, aval in 4 colours at £12.99 and plenty of stock about Get deal link goes to all :) This Cookworks red kettle is perfect for your morning pick-me-up. Let me… Read more
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Longfellow

Ordered thanks Gooner

cazw1973

Already have this kettle in black,been just as happy with it as more expensive brands that I,ve used.

Cookworks Jug Kettle - Stainless Steel OR Red -  £12.99 @ Argos
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Found 19th FebFound 19th Feb
Plenty of stock at time of posting and gets very good reviews 4.5/5 from 317+ reviews The Cookworks stainless-steel kettle does the same job as the fancy, expensive ones and still… Read more
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xavierluther

Very reliable brand - my Cookworks still strong after 10 years

missismop

i have this its very noisy and takes ages to boil (annoyed)

frozenreyn

Is it a 'noisy boiler'? My current one is a drama queen

Hra77

It's 2kw not rapid boil (3kw) but still a good buy for the price. Heat added

M-M

I'm not surprised this kettle went hot, it's been on a couple of days now..................... good value.

Cookworks Black 6.5L Slow Cooker for £17.99 / 3.5L for £14.49 @ Argos
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Found 18th FebFound 18th Feb
Think the 6.5L is better value and a great price for the size but the 3.5L is also available here for £14.49 Ah the slow cooker – the tortoise of the cooking world and we all kn… Read more
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jimstar

Got the old style one. It's the same but silver. Lol. It is what it is. Does what it's meant to do. It cooks food... Slowly... Haha.

MSHawk

Anyone tried this? Tempted to buy. Only 2 at home so was thinking this or a 3.5 litre one

lindus

Got a small one on amazon for 9.99 ideal for 2.

jimstar

Stick it on low when you go to work, come back and turn it off. Eat the best damn meal you've had and have your house smell gorgeous at the same time. Haha.

londonlad19

There is no timer on it, just the Low, High and Keep Warm setting!

Argos Cookworks Digital Pressure Cooker reduced from £49.99 to £39.99
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Found 14th JanFound 14th Jan
First off this is a good buy for the money as it is a perfectly acceptable pressure cooker considering the price but it does have it's failings. The first one I picked u… Read more
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madamness

Followed your link but priced @£49.99

CompuFocus

Many Thanks 💐

-=blootoon=-

correct you do need to add a lot less liquid than normal

barkinglama

From what I have seen of the vids on youtube people tend to put in too much fluid

barkinglama

Point is that the manual states it will display the time once you press the button it doesn't

Cookworks 23L Mini Oven - Argos - £44.99 - Fan assisted
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Found 7th JanFound 7th Jan
Cheaper ones on Amazon and other various sites are smaller capacity and probably fanless Step aside full-sized ovens, hogging all the space in the kitchen! Here comes the compact,… Read more
nihcaj

Many of this type of oven are much lower wattage too

MitchellT

My mum bought this recently, it wasn't able to cook a chicken at the required temperature so it got sent back.

oskito

Mini oven in TJhughes 9l. £19:99 not fan https://www.tjhughes.co.uk/quest-9-litre-mini-oven-p2131

danielbentham

Was going to vote cold but its a fan assisted one :-)

Derek_Duval

That's only 9L and not fan assisted. I think if the op had put fan assisted in the title this might of got some heat.

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