Tefal CY851840 review

£160.83

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Identifying characteristics

4 litres 6.1kg

 

Compare  verdict: Excellent Best Buy

This pressure cooker from Best Buy produced delicious meals with minimal effort, which is exactly what you want from a pressure cooker. Additionally, the range of cooking options and staggering number of pre-set recipes really gives it maximum versatility, which is exactly what you want from a pressure cooker. In addition to this, using it is a breeze.

Pros

Highly skilled in the kitchen
It is simple to set up and use.
Easy to clean up after.
Cons

If we want to be extremely particular, we might say that the lid must be washed by hand because it cannot be cleaned in the dishwasher.

Ninja OP350UK review

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Identifying characteristics

4 litres 9.774kg

Compare  verdict: Versatile Best Buy

The Ninja Foodi OP350UK is a remarkable piece of kitchen equipment. It does a good job of cooking everything under pressure. Not only does it earn the designation of Best Buy for use as a pressure cooker, but it also satisfies the criteria for use as an air fryer. This is a wonderful option to consider purchasing if you are interested in purchasing a multicooker for your household.

Pros

Cooks up some delectable risottos and stews.
When it comes to preparing pulses, superior to most.
Many different roles to play
Quite simple to use, and it heats up very quickly.
Cons

Marks can be seen on the bodywork.
When hot, the pot is tough to remove.

Sage BPR700SS review

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Identifying characteristics

4 litres 6.25kg

The conclusion is that it was well worth the money.

This pressure cooker will allow you to produce a delectable meal, and despite its rather scary appearance, it is actually pretty simple to operate and programme. Additionally, the multicooker capabilities make it an extremely useful addition to any kitchen because it can cook a wide variety of foods.

Pros

Versatile
Automatic pressure release
Pre-set programmes for several cookers Limitations
The exterior is difficult to maintain and is expensive.

Ninja OP100UK review

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Identifying characteristics

2.5 litres 8.85kg

The conclusion is that it eliminates the stress associated with supper preparation.

This multicooker from Best Buy is excellent for those who have a limited amount of room on their kitchen countertop but still want the versatility that comes with being able to use an easy-to-operate multicooker. It includes everything you need in a smaller pot.

Pros

Numerous capabilities and configurations for the kitchen.
Components that are safe for use in the dishwasher
Controls that are simple to operate
Cons

No pre-set options

Heavy Ninja OP300UK review

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Identifying characteristics

4 litres 10.6kg

Compare verdict: It is really large.

Even though it isn’t exactly a Best Buy, this pressure cooker is one that you should seriously think about purchasing. It is true that it is large and cumbersome, but it does an excellent job of cooking and comes with a lot of extra features. It’s merely possible that it won’t work in a kitchen with limited space.

Pros

Numerous capabilities and configurations for the kitchen.
Excellent risotto
Components that are safe for use in the dishwasher
Controls that are simple to operate
A pleasing presentation

Cons
It’s a huge heavy thing.
No pre-set options
For cooking under pressure, you need two lids.

Tefal reviews the CY912840 model of their Cook4Me Touch interface.

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Identifying characteristics

4 litres 6.342kg

The consensus is that this is a wise decision.

This pressure cooker has a lot going for it, which is fortunate given how ridiculously expensive it is. It has a lot of useful features. Due to the fact that it did not achieve the highest results possible in any of our cooking tests, we are unable to recommend it as a Best Buy.

Pros

Especially delicious in stews and risottos
Suitable for the preparation of pulses
Easy to configure and intuitive to use
On hand are hundreds of different recipes.
Numerous functionalities that are already set.
Cons

The manual programming method is not very straightforward.
It is not an affordable choice.

Tefal CY505E40 review

75% of the total price £79.99View retailers Test score Show context

 

Identifying characteristics

3.8 litres 5.8kg

Comparing results: Something to think about
The Tefal All-in-one Pressure Cooker is a choice that isn’t terrible, especially considering the price, if you’re looking for something that can help you get your meal on the table in a more timely manner and is simple to operate. Because of the huge display and the numerous pre-set settings, utilising it is quick and simple, but maintaining its cleanliness will need some effort on your part.
Pros It does a fantastic job cooking, and it’s easy to set up and use.
Easy to clean up after.
Cons
It’s not easy to clean.
Both the lid and the pot cannot be cleaned in the dishwasher.

Tower T80244 review

£43.49

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Identifying characteristics

4 litres 2.35kg

Comparing results: Something to think about
The Tefal All-in-one Pressure Cooker is a choice that isn’t terrible, especially considering the price, if you’re looking for something that can help you get your meal on the table in a more timely manner and is simple to operate. Because of the huge display and the numerous pre-set settings, utilising it is quick and simple, but maintaining its cleanliness will need some effort on your part.
Pros

It does a fantastic job cooking, and it’s easy to set up and use.
Easy to clean up after.
Cons

It’s not easy to clean.
Both the lid and the pot cannot be cleaned in the dishwasher.

Tower T80244 review

£43.49

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Identifying characteristics

4 litres 2.35kg

When compared, the verdict is as follows:

This pressure cooker and slow cooker combo can be used in a snap, is remarkably similar in appearance to the Pressure King Pro, and produces results that are fairly comparable to those of the Pressure King Pro, with the exception that this one produces somewhat more delicious food.

Pros

Highly skilled in the kitchen
Simple in both its operation and its coding

Cons
No automatic pressure release
The exterior is difficult to keep clean.

An evaluation of the Pressure King Pro 8 in 1 Digital Pressure Cooker

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Identifying characteristics

3 litres 4kg

Compare  verdict: Decent

The Pressure King Pro is equipped with a plethora of practical features and has the adaptability to prepare a wide variety of foods. The price is lower than that of comparable products that we’ve evaluated, and the capacity should be adequate for singles as well as couples. It is something that should not be disregarded.

Pros

The product is excellent when used in stews and risottos.
Heats up quickly
The controls are organised quite effectively.
Many different roles to play
Audible and visually alerts

Cons

It might be less work to clean up.
The capacity is not very high.

Ninja OL750UK Ninja Foodi MAX 15-in-1 SmartLid Multi-Cooker 7.5L review

£299.00

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Identifying characteristics

5 litres 11.35kg

The verdicts are comparable: favourable and adaptable

This Ninja performs admirably when used in the capacity of a pressure cooker. It is difficult to get consistently good results when cooking beans, and there are some usage issues that prevent it from receiving a perfect score. However, given that it’s an air fryer from Best Buy, it’s definitely something to take into consideration if you’re looking for a piece of kitchen equipment that offers a wide variety of cooking options.

Pros

Excellent casseroles and risottos
Simple to set up and come with detailed instructions.
The heating up time is satisfactory.
A diverse selection of methods for cooking
Cons

It is really large.
It is difficult to keep the lid clean.
Unreliable when it comes to the cooking of beans
The cap could be difficult to remove.

Instant Pot Duo 60 review

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Identifying characteristics

3.8 litres 5.45kg

The consensus is that it is quick and convenient.

This Instant Pot does a good job of cooking, but it is not the quickest to heat up or cool down, and the metallic case, like that of many other pressure cookers, is difficult to keep clean.

Pros

Positive outcomes from the cooking
Simple to operate
Easy to use and programme

Cons
No automatic pressure release
It is difficult to maintain clean.

Review of the CleverChef Pro by Drew & Cole

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Identifying characteristics

3.8 litres 5.4kg

Take a look at the results: it’s something to think about.

This multicooker performs well when it comes to cooking under pressure, but it is not as simple to clean as some of the others that we have tried. It is not overly difficult to develop, despite having more features than you are likely to ever want or use, and it has more capabilities than you are ever likely to need or use.

Pros

Excellently prepares dry pulses while cooking.
Makes a wonderful risotto
Simple to set up and use
Reasonably simple to clean, both the pot and the lid

Cons:
It might be challenging to maintain the outdoors clean.
Buffing the casing is necessary in order to eliminate any marks.

Evaluation of the Instant Pot Pro Crisp 11-in-1

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Identifying characteristics

4.73 litres 7.988kg

The verdicts are comparable: hits and misses

This multi-functional pressure cooker offers a tonne of different features, and it is really simple to programme and operate. Although it is a large piece of equipment, it performed fairly well in the majority of our pressure cooking tests; the only area in which it fell short was in its ability to cook dried beans. Additionally, it performed admirably as an air fryer.

Pros

Excellent for risottos
Very simple to both programme and make use of.
Both the pot and the lid may go in the dishwasher.
Plenty of options and features, including those for cooking

Cons
When rehydrated, beans retain some of their mushy texture.
Strenuous to move Extra storage space is required for the additional cover.
The meat doesn’t always cook in an even manner.

Review of the Tefal Tefal Secure 5 Neo Pressure Cooker, 6 Liter, Model P2530738

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Identifying characteristics

4 litres 2.852kg

Comparative verdict: satisfactory when considered in terms of the fundamentals

The performance of this stovetop pressure cooker was satisfactory overall. Although it is simple to operate and can handle a variety of dishes adequately, it is not the easiest thing in the world to clean after usage. And if we’re going to be extremely picky, it might be an improvement when it comes to creating stews.

Pros

The risotto can be cooked properly, and it is simple to secure the lid once it is in place.

Simple and easy to use
The stew has room for improvement.

Cons
It is challenging to clean the lid.

Ninja OP450UK review

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Identifying characteristics

5 litres 10.8kg

Compare  verdict: Mediocre

The Ninja Foodi Max 7-in-1 OP450UK multicooker is multifunctional, has a large capacity, and many of functions; however, it does not cook anywhere near as well as the Best Buy Ninja OP350UK, which is smaller but appears to be the same model. When we put the OP450UK through its paces as an air fryer, we found the same thing to be true.

Pros

Tasty risotto
Both the pot and the lid are dishwasher-safe.
Controls that are simple to operate
Cons

Large and weighty
Beans come out mushy
After cooking, there is a gradual decrease in pressure.

An evaluation of the Instant Pot Pro 10 in 1 multi pressure cooker

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Identifying characteristics

3.79 litres 6.138kg

The conclusion is comparable: satisfactory, but not the best

Pressure cooking is only one of the many capabilities offered by the Instant Pot Pro. It is possible to prepare meals in a wide variety of ways, ranging from baking to slow cooking, and it can even be used to create yoghurt. It takes a good amount of time to heat up, and it does a decent job of pressure cooking, but the cooked beans are too mushy to put it on pace with the top models.

Pros

Makes great risottos
buttons that are clearly labelled to facilitate straightforward programming
Both the lid and the pot may go in the dishwasher.
Simple to put in place.
A significant amount of usefulness
Cons

Not the best for preparing dried pulses in the kitchen.

A detailed analysis of the Instant Pot Duo Plus

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Identifying characteristics

3.8 litres 5.2kg

The conclusion is that it does not meet expectations

This multicooker has a wide range of capabilities, despite its compact size and light weight, and it is simple to operate. However, when taken as a whole, pressure-cooked meals are about par. It is highly recommended that you get one of our pressure cookers from the Best Buy line if you want to achieve passable results with any dish you prepare.

Pros

The risottos turn out really well.
Many of the components can be cleaned in the dishwasher.
The controls are clearly labelled and simple to operate.
A significant amount of usefulness
Easy to bring to a boil
Cons

Beans come out mushy
The meat might be more tender if…
Buffing is necessary on the outside surfaces in order to erase streaks.

This article reviews the Prestige Smart+ Hard Anodised Stovetop Pressure Cooker, 6L.

£92.96

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Identifying characteristics

4 litres 2.37kg

Compare  verdict: Mediocre

This is a straightforward stovetop pressure cooker that requires little in the way of instruction and is compatible with any kind of hob. On the other hand, cooked is about par. It is less amazing for stews and cooking dried beans, but it does a good job of handling difficult risotto dishes.

Pros
Risotto tastes good
The controls are simple to operate.
Locking with only one hand required
Handles with a chilly feel

Cons
Induction hobs have a sluggish heating capability.
Not safe for use in dishwashers
Disappointing at cooking pulses