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Homemaker Pressure Cooker

Homemaker Pressure Cooker (page 2 of 2)

3.7 from 27 reviews

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Reviews

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lyn

lynSouth hedland

  • 3 reviews
  • 4 likes

Great product

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Purchased mine from Kmart $79 didn't need to spend hundreds of dollars made my own recipes up invited some friends around for tea now 4 out of my five friends have one great time saver it is great for doing oxtail soup i even made a syrup pudding great for doing braising it is eay to clean it just goes to show you don't have dearest is best love this product

Date PurchasedJan 2017

What doesnt work!

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The booklet is third rate! It gave no recipes!
It has a "soup" button. I tried to use it for vegetable soup. It took an hour to reach pressure when it began its 30 mins countdown! I had to have something else for dinner that night!

I cooked brown rice,and it got stuck!
I am looking for a pressure cooker that doesnt take so long to build up pressure!

Date PurchasedApr 2013

Absolutely nothing wrong with mine

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Honestly, I do not know what the other reviewers are talking about. I have bought this exact pressure cooker almost a year ago and I have been using it pretty much every single day since. I don't remember the instructions booklet, I've always just used some common sense. It's not a rocket science. For the steam to build up, you need some water people, or whatever you put in needs to contain enough water. You don't need to add any water when you put for example seasoned chicken breasts in, or frozen vegetables. I steam fish in it all the time, cook stews, soups. Unless you're one of those people who need to read some instruction manual on how to read instruction manuals, you'll be fine.

Date PurchasedJan 2016
Roy

RoyMetropolitan Adelaide, SA

  • 7 reviews
  • 5 likes

WORTHLESS JUNK, DONT BUY

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All as previous reviewers, just a worthless piece of junk that they should not be selling - dont buy in any circumstances. It will go straight back tomorrow. Only gets to pressure on two out of four functions so it will slumber on forever till it burns dry , saute doesn't work, doesn't have 11 functions, etc,etc etc

Date PurchasedSep 2016

Won't pressurise

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The instructions are in garbled English so you are left to work out how to do it yourself. It says press down and turn pressure valve anti clockwise. This is impossible. Whatever I do the pressure valve just doesn't work and will not pressurise this is supposed to be easy cooking. Returning it tomorrow.

Date PurchasedSep 2016

useless instructions

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With the instructions provided with the unit you are left to trial and error with this machine. Once i played with the buttons it cooked a delicious lamb shank casserole in an hour, the meat was falling off the bone! The instructions dont give any example of times or even what the buttons are for!


Phil

PhilSoutheast, SA

  • 32 reviews
  • 17 likes

Don't buy

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The first one did not come up to pressure, honestly this is just a really bad products, we returned and second one did come to pressure 6 times (took forever) and then then the same issue, just would not come to pressure.


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Questions & Answers

Allison P

Allison Pasked

Is it possible to get a user manual for pressure cooker model MY-CS6006WP ?

No answers

Ash

Ashasked

How would I set it to slow cook meat for 8 hours?

1 answer
Roachy
Roachy

Is the slow cook not set for 8 hours already? If it has a + and - timer than push slow cook and then the + to get to 8 hours. Not sure what the new Homemaker displays. Try that for a start if it has those keys available


Marada H.

Marada H.asked

What does it mean when theres like 4 bbbb like that

2 answers
Roachy
Roachy

Do you mean bbbb displayed on the screen. There is no troubleshooting for that error. Are you having problems with your pressure cooker.?Not sure what the issue is or is there even an issue. Could you explain more please

Wesley
Wesley

It just means that your pressure cooker is keeping your food warm after it's done cooking.
It has more information about this feature in the manual it comes with.


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Details

CategoryPressure Cookers
Price (RRP) $59.00
TypeElectric
Capacity5.5L
Colour / Finish Silver
Outer Body Construction MaterialStainless Steel
Power1,000 W

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