Pressure Cooker Deals

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Bosch AQT 37-13 High Pressure Washer Combi Kit £89.99 @ Amazon
Found 11th AprFound 11th Apr
This offer is still available in case anyone is still on the look out for a pressure washer. I've basically copied it over from Fulous's post:… Read more

Has the nilfisk got a 3 year warranty?


For same price you can pick up a nilfisk with much better flow rate.


No problem. Thanks go to Fulous for the original post. I think it was expired early. I have ordered one, it's coming in a few days. I got bored of looking and the weather is picking up next week.


Heat added - thanks for sharing :)

Bosch AQT 37-13 High Pressure Washer Combi Kit £89.99 @ Amazon
Found 7th AprFound 7th Apr
Precisely the performance you need to tackle any cleaning job Innovative 3-in-1 nozzle delivers state-of-the-art cleaning performance A broad range of accessories offers multiple… Read more

My parents own this model, I've not tried the patio attachment but on it's own it did an excellent job.


Still at that price. So is this one any good for basic patio use?


looks like its expired now


Returned mine. I really wasn't impressed with the build quality and it sounded awful. Really not up to bosch standards imho.




I would think it would cook something quicker at a 1000w but for those that want to save time its a good deal


Damn missed this!


Expired it seems


agree 100% these are fab but many copies getting in on the bandwagon and you need to be selective.


No they didnt

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Tower 5 in 1 pressure cooker. £24.99 via *Amazon Treasure Truck* 55% off.
Found 24th MarFound 24th Mar
This 5-in-1 box of magic means not only do you get a fancy pressure cooker, it’s also a rice cooker, steamer, stew pot, and sauté pan. High pressure steam reduces cooking times, m… Read more

Looks like this one to me link Not the best reviews.


I cant find the spec and details on amazon. Which one is it online please? Thanks


Not in my area (mad)


saves a lot of money on cooking as well, you only need (say) 25% as much gas/ electricity

Bosch AQT 37-13 High Pressure Washer Combi Kit - was £132.97 now £84.99 @ Amazon
Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
Equipped with a 1700w motor and delivering up to 130 bar water pressure, this Combi Kit version of the AQT 37-13 is provided with a comprehensive accessory pack which will appeal t… Read more

I returned mine in a week of buying Karcher. Nilfisk holds good. The metal pump is recommended.


It would appear you can:


Very tempted, had a lidl one for years but the patio cleaner has broken and the storage for the pipe is knackered too. TBH this is about the price of the lidl one once you add the accessories! Can you get karcher to bosch adapters? I have a pipe unblocker that would be useful to still use.




any better than karcher k2 full control home?

500 Instant Pot Recipes: Easy and Delicious Recipes For Your Whole Family (Electric Pressure Cooker Cookbook) Kindle Edition  - Free Download @ Amazon
Found 1st FebFound 1st Feb
Paperback is £11.78 - 239 reviews Scores Average 4.7 out of 5 !!! You don’t need to learn exceptional kitchen skills to make delicious and nutritious foods in your very own k… Read more

Thank you for that. I've just downloaded it. (excited)



Oooo I like crafting too. Will do if I remember.


I’m the same. My Kindle app is full of cooking books and craft books. I’ve not got any novels on it. (excited) (excited) (excited) Keep your eyes peeled on this site and you’ll find more free/cheap Kindle cooking books that you can make use of the app with. Enjoy. XD


Oh I just downloaded it to my iPhone. Just for one cook book (I don’t like reading) (embarrassed)

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Vegan Pressure Cooker Cookbook: 100 Amazingly Delicious Plant-Based Recipes for Fast, Easy, and Super Healthy Vegan Pressure Cooker Meals Kindle Edition  - Free Download @ Amazon
Found 14th JanFound 14th Jan
Paperback is £11.97 - Excellent Reviews The single best kitchen appliance for vegans is a pressure cooker! A person’s diet has arguably the most significant impact on their he… Read more

I've seen quite a few, I know that Argos are selling one designed for meat eaters that you could easily adapt.


Top Tip - If you are a meat eater, these recipes are easily converted so a win-win for vegans, vegetarians and us normal people.


A hot deal with the word Vegan in the title. Wow. (y)


I hear they sell them in Papau New Guinea.


I've never seen a pressure cooker big enough to put a vegan in it, where can I buy one?

Argos Cookworks Digital Pressure Cooker reduced from £49.99 to £39.99
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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Followed your link but priced @£49.99


Many Thanks 💐


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


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


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

ElectriQ 7-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker, 6 Litre, 1000 W, Brushed Stainless Steel/Black  £50.97 at Tesco
Found 5th JanFound 5th Jan
Pressure cooker, 7 in 1 Great for cooking anything, check description Almost half price and order before 12 for sameday pick up



Ate the instant pots much different to this? Thanks.


This one sautes the Wilkos doesn't.


Nope £1000 was correct


Hi are the instant pots much different from these?

Chef Sauce 6 Litre Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker £21 down from £69.99 @ Argos
Found 31st Dec 2017Found 31st Dec 2017
Again no where near Newbury, Berkshire... like most deals but if you can find it..
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NOT available in Any of our stores. Not a deal then.


Sorry Collection is not available in any of our stores. They should be banned off here for their non existent "offers" (mad)


God Argos are annoying these days.


Any in England ..after brexit we will flood the world forget China


Argos. What a load of shyte you've turned into

Tower 14-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker with Smoker @Amazon
Found 3rd Dec 2017Found 3rd Dec 2017
Electric pressure cooker with smoker. Great for pulled pork etc. Just buy some decent wood chips and you're away. Cheapest it's been according to the three humps. Quite a rare item… Read more
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I got this, tried to smoke some chicken fillets for 9 minutes but it seemed they just steamed. No smoke taste, no sign of the chips heating up? How do you work it? I navigated to hot then adjusted to 9.


Well I was disappointed. The thing turned up without the smoker box rendering it useless, so it went straight back. It seemed a bit rubbish anyway, very poorly finished and the "improved" instructions were a joke. I used to think Tower were a good brand, but seeing that they now sell re-badged Chinese tat like this, obviously not.


Don't think you'll be disappointed.


Thanks, I'm so very tempted. I've been considering an electric pressure cooker for a while, and I like smoking food, but smoking outside in the winter is a bit too much trouble. So this might be very useful. Cheers!


Have used smoker a lot. Smokes a pork joint nicely for pulled pork in around 45 minutes. Instructions are poor but can be overcome via internet search. I just put water in cooker, put in wood chips, set timer for 45 minutes on hot and close lid. Delicious.

Inexpensive multicook £25 @ Wilko
Found 26th Nov 2017Found 26th Nov 2017
Great deal on an electric multi cooker.

I used it this night for first time to cook penne.. is not bad..still new anyway


How is it Hamdi ?


ooh i bought it today!! last time i read good reviews! now ...


I read in the reviews that it takes 40 minutes to make rice. Takes 4 minutes (+ 5-10 minutes pressure build up time) to make white rice in a small electric pressure cooker. This is why I'm still not sure.


Think I opened one up a while back and saw rubber seals and aluminium non stick pot.

Tower 7 Litre Aluminium Pressure Cooker £21.99 @ Argos
Found 22nd Nov 2017Found 22nd Nov 2017
Excellent value, plus 5% TCB :o Showing £43.99 on product page but changes to £21.99 when you add it to your basket. Tower 7 Litre Pressure Cooker Aluminium - 7L/22cm press… Read more
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We use a similar cooker (not this exact brand so not sure about the pressure difference). We do see the slower cooking times and continously escaping pressure, but it's not all bad. We use it for cooking rice, boiling Lentils for Dal (which is usually a heavy process and with insufficent pressure the resulting Dal paste wouldn't be a paste but that's not the case).


mmmmm, it's this lower pressure that's really put me off (skeptical)


Waste of energy (heating bigger vessel) and storage space if you are never going to cook at that capacity


Thanks, I figured it was cheap for a reason - I'll keep looking for branded/better quality


these are cheap because they are limited to 11.6lb of pressure (similar to electric pressure cookers) while a normal quality stove top pressure cooker has a high pressure setting of 15lb, the difference in pressure can add a good bit to the cooking time and makes following recipes a bit harder.

Tower stainless steel 6 litre pressure cooker - £29.99 @ Amazon
Found 4th Nov 2017Found 4th Nov 2017
This looks like the lowest price this 6L version has been for a few years. Full stainless steel with encapsulated aluminium base. Two pressures, 8.7 & 14.5 psi, good reviews. A… Read more
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If anyone's interested, the 7.5 litre pot has just dropped to £32.29.


idk man, I prefer aluminium over steel idk why. I personally prefer the whistle one as I am absent minded when I'm cooking. I always burn **** when I get distracted.


We used to have a Prestige high dome just like that decades ago, it did not have a whistle, or make a whistling noise, nor did it release pressure at regular intervals. When it reached pressure the valve would emit a constant hiss from the escaping steam, and you turn the heat down to reduce the amount of steam and get a more gentle hiss and start timing. My current cooker also uses a weight, but the steam vent in the weight is designed to muffle the hiss a little. I can't see much disadvantage of having a sprung loaded valve instead of a weighted one like mine, but I can see one advantage - there's no weight to fall off and drop on your toes if you flip over the lid :) One of the reasons I got rid of the old ones was that they, like the ones you are recommending were aluminium. Stainless steel looks nicer, retains its finish and is easier to clean, and the base of my current one can go in a dishwasher, unlike aluminium pots.


rand0m, the ones you've linked to are aluminium, not steel. They use the old school method of pressure regulation of having a needle valve with a weight on top. The whistle is just a consequence of steam escaping the needle valve, so you know it's up to pressure. Cooking your food for too long can happen with old and new pressure cookers. Some old ones had mechanical timers on top; some even lifted the weight, but they still didn't turn the hob off.


OK, jokes aside, why would anyone buy this? If you want to cook something slowly, buy a slow cooker. If you want something to cook with pressure, get a cooker which retains pressure and lets you know its status by releasing pressure at regular intervals and whistles while it does that. This one does not whistle, so if you're not paying attention, you'll end up with mushy food. Here are some good pressure cookers with whistles: Prestige 6L £41.99 OR Hawkins 5L £40.94 OR SwissHome 5L £33.83 If you're short on money, I'd say go with generic: Tower 4L £24.99 OR Russel Hobbs 4L £22.60 If you don't care about brands, get this at your own risk:

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