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Philips Premium All-In-One Multi-Cooker HD2178/72

Philips Premium All-In-One Multi-Cooker HD2178/72

MPN: HD2178-72
3.8 from 32 reviews

Trouble for using

I spend the whole day and night to cook rice, cannot adjust cooking time. Whatever I press, the screen always has 8888, not the figures I can read. I am not sure it is faulty one or something I did not do correctly. So disappointed.

Purchased at Costco VIC, Ringwood for $189.00.

Product is used: Daily
1 comment
Hi there, Thank you for sharing your experience with the All-In-One-Cooker with us here. It's quite unfortunate that it has not been an ideal one so far. Of course, this is not something that should be happening, therefore it is best if you could contact our Consumer Care team, who will be able to have a closer look into this for you. You can find their contact details below: 1300 363 391 Mondays to Saturdays: 7:00 am - 7:00 pm EST Kind regards, The Philips Australia Team

Love it! Wish I had bought it sooner.

I have a slow cooker, a rice cooker, soup cooker and pressure cooker and not much space to store them. My other problem was all of them had small capacity so I invested in the Phillips All-In-One Cooker. Totally impressed! I’ve made soup, chicken casserole, chicken bone broth by slow cooking and pressure cooking and all turned out perfectly. It comes with two inner 6 litre pots, one of which is Teflon coated and so easy to clean.
The recipe book is rather basic and instructions could be better but youtube video sorted that out quickly. Sauté function works well and one of the best features is that when the cooking time is finished, it immediately goes on to warm function. Overall a great product and I would definitely recommend it.

Purchased in July 2019 at Amazon.

Build Quality
Value for Money
Ease of Use
Cleaning & Maintenance
Safety
Pressurising Speed
Product is used: Several times a week
Features / Functions
Slow Cooking
Steaming
Pressure Cooking
Sautéing
Rice Cooking

Out of all the kitchen gadgets, this is my most used one!

So I've had this for 1 year now, and we bought it from Costco, and It's that good we've just bought another for our son!

You can just about do anything in this thing, I make egg fried rice, stew, pulled pork and beef, soups and I also pressure cook cubed meat for 20 mins for homemade meat pies! I have tried making yoghurt and I like it, but it's not a firm set greek yoghurt. I have baked a cake in it and it was lovely!

Ok so the recipe book is a little dissapointing, the spaghetti bolognese recipe is amazing though, but hey there are hundreds of recipes out there, you just have to google and tweak!
I love the touch screen, I think many people have a problem as they are really trying to press it too hard, but you really only need the slightest of touches on the start button.

2 Year warranty and 2 bowls, I also have a TM and while I like that for food prep I don't use it to cook in, I use this.. I've never had a tough piece of meat, for a slow cooked pulled roast, sear it first and then add a little stock and slow cook it, I usually use the slow cook on high for around 4-6 hours for a 2kg piece of meat.

Top tip, if you are are frying/sauting like with fried rice and then you want to cook on manual and add stock, make sure the stock is hot/boiling water to reduce the time it needs to come up to pressure! This also works for stew too, It cooks a wonderful stew in 20 minutes!

Purchased in August 2018 at Costco VIC, Moorabbin for $280.00.

Build Quality
Value for Money
Ease of Use
Cleaning & Maintenance
Safety
Pressurising Speed
Product is used: Several times a week
Features / Functions
Slow Cooking
Pressure Cooking
Sautéing
Rice Cooking
1 comment
Hi there, Thank you so much for taking the time to share your experience with the cooker in such great detail - we couldn't be happier to hear how helpful its versatility has been to you. The tip at the end is a great one as well, and will certainly be appreciated by the rest of us that use the appliance. Happy cooking! Kind Regards, The Philips Australia Team

Buyer Beware - Philips Worst Pressure Cooker - Lemon

We had the previous model and loved it. We decided to upgrade, unfortunately what a disappointment. The touch screen has been problematic from month 3. Normally take 5 or 6 turning off and on to make it trigger the start program. It now has decided to not start. The touch sensor is clearly a manufacturer fault. Our family has always supported Philips small appliance, it’s a shame we have been let down this time.

Purchased in August 2018 for $280.00.

Build Quality
Value for Money
Ease of Use
Cleaning & Maintenance
Safety
Pressurising Speed
Product is used: Weekly
Features / Functions
Slow Cooking
Steaming
Pressure Cooking
Sautéing
Rice Cooking
1 comment
Hi Lee, thanks for sharing your thoughts with us. What a pity to hear that your experience hasn't been what you expected it to be. Feel free to reach out to us on Facebook and/or Twitter (@PhilipsCare) for further assistance on the issues that occurred. Alternatively, you can contact our support team by phone on: 1300 363 391. Kind regards, The Philips Australia Team

Good buy, no regrets!

The AIO does what its supposed to do. The results are great.
Meats cook very well on pressure cook mode and is a very handy and a convenient appliance to have in the kitchen

The recipe book is a bit disappointing with a very few recipes included, would have expected more.

Purchased in May 2019 at Costco SA, Adelaide for $187.00.

Build Quality
Value for Money
Ease of Use
Cleaning & Maintenance
Safety
Pressurising Speed
Product is used: Several times a week
Features / Functions
Steaming
Pressure Cooking
Sautéing
Rice Cooking
1 comment
Hi Karl, thanks for sharing your review. Great to hear that you've been cooking some delicious meats. Hopefully you'll be making many tasty meals for you and your family. Kind regards, The Philips Australia Team

So easy to use

We bought this model after I thought my old one had broke, but infact I wasn’t putting the seal ring in correctly, so now I have 2 pressure cookers. I love this modern model better than the old one because the electronic touch pad is easy to use. I love the diversity of how you can have a curry cooked in an hour or you can cook a soup throughout the day on slow cook.

Purchased in November 2018 at Costco SA, Adelaide for $240.00.

Build Quality
Value for Money
Ease of Use
Cleaning & Maintenance
Safety
Pressurising Speed
Product is used: Several times a week
Features / Functions
Slow Cooking
Steaming
Pressure Cooking
Sautéing
Rice Cooking
1 comment
Hey Julie, thanks for leaving your thoughts with us. We're glad to hear your initial trouble was solved swiftly. It sounds like you're making some delicious meals with the cooker. Bon appetit!

Pressure cooker

Very happy with our purchase. Cooked a silverside and it was very tender. Can whip up a meal when I come home from work and have it on the table in an hour.

Purchased in May 2019.

Pressurising Speed
Product is used: Several times a week
Features / Functions
Slow Cooking
Pressure Cooking
1 comment
Hello there, Thank you for sharing your positive review about the All-In-One Cooker here. We are glad to hear that the appliance has made cooking easier for you. Please feel free to reach out to us whenever you have any questions or remarks. Our team is always here and ready to help. Kind regards, The Philips Australia Team

Touch Screen

Very annoying that I have to go through the motions time and time again just to get this machine to start. The start button will not work straight away. The panel is not great.

Purchased in May 2018.

1 comment
Hi Morty, thanks for sharing your thoughts with us. We can imagine that it's not very convenient that the start button isn't working properly. We'd be happy to investigate this further for you. Feel free to reach out to us on Facebook and/or Twitter (@PhilipsCare) for further assistance. Alternatively, you can contact our support team by phone on: 1300 363 391. Kind regards, The Philips Australia Team

Pressure Issues with my Philips HD2178/72.

Hi, I cant get the Pressure cooker to work. The valve does not come up on mine when I turn the lid to close. I have the Philips HD2178/72. This is the second one I have had now and I can't seem to get it working...

Purchased in November 2018 for $300.00.

Build Quality
Value for Money
Ease of Use
Cleaning & Maintenance
Product is used: Monthly
Features / Functions
Pressure Cooking
Sautéing
Rice Cooking
1 comment
Hi there. Thanks for your review. We're sorry to hear you're having issues with your All-In-One cooker, and can understand that this is very frustrating if you're planning on making a nice dinner. Our product specialist would be happy to look into this for you, and you can reach them at: 1300 363 391. Hopefully they can help you figure this out. Kinds regards, The Philips Australia Team

It's the only kitchen appliance I need!!!

This is the BEST appliance I own - in fact - I liked it so much I've got a second!!

I am also a TM owner and the TM is now a very expensive dust collector :( If I'd known about the All In One before purchasing the TM, I'd have not bothered with the TM.

I purchased my first Philips AIO on a whim after watching an infomercial for another brand of AIO - but when I researched the first, I couldn't justify the $400 price tag of that brand for something I wasn't sure of...I'd Never pressure cooked in my life.

I went off and did some research on different brands and was impressed by the looks and features of the Philips, so I set off finding the best deal. I decided on a certain retailer but had only ordered the Viva 2137. To my surprise the premium arrived :)

I started with a few recipes from the book, which I must be honest isn't very reliable in areas, but as I grew in confidence and learned how the AIO functioned, I was able to convert my own favourites with fantastic results in less time than I'd imagined! I found some facebook groups to join, the most helpful being named the Philips All-In-One-Cooker Community (All pots welcome).

I use the AIO more than I do my oven. I sold my slow cooker. The TM is still here because it's great for mixing dough - which I then prove in the AIO on the yoghurt function. One pot, dinner is done - no fuss!

The stainless steel pot that comes with this model as an accessory is an added bonus, I can mix soups in it without fear of scratching the surface.

I've had no issues with my AIO, which saw me purchase a second in July 2018, from Amazon, for the same price.

Thank you Philips for an amazing machine :)))

Date PurchasedJul 2017
1 comment
Hey Pratty, Thank you so much for this very thorough review! It fills us with joy to hear how much you love your All-in-one-cooker. Please know that if you ever have any questions, you can contact us on social media, or through 1300 363 391. :) Have a great weekend, with lots of delicious meals. Kind regards, The Philips Australia Team

Great WHEN it works.

Bought the HD2178/72 as a mothers' day present for my wife in May 2017. It worked great until July or August 2018 when it started operating erratically. When we plugged it in, the entire control panel buttons would light up at the same time and unresponsive to touch. If we kept repeating the process she'd eventually start working. I contacted Philips for warranty and they gave me a case number and the nearest repair centre (Newcastle Custom Electronics). I called them to book a repair and the attitude I got from the lady I spoke to was really poor...add to that the fact that she said they'd never repaired a pressure cooker at their place, I decided to suffer quietly whilst promising myself I'D NEVER BUY A PHILIPS PRODUCT AGAIN !! I live in Maitland and don't even know where else to take this item to be fixed.

Date PurchasedMay 2017
1 comment
Hi there, Thanks for taking the time to write this review. Sorry to hear about the negative experience you've had with the repair centre and the product, despite the good start you've had with the product itself. That's of course not what we would like to hear and we would like to investigate this further for you, if you'd like us to. Please reach out to us via the phone number: 1300 363 391 and we hope you'll give the Philips products a second chance. Kind regards, The Philips Australia Team

Perfect!

It a dream machine for me! Can do stews and braised dishes, chinese/asian traditional dishes in a jiffy! Got it at Costco for $185. Its a steal for such a fantastic cooking buddy. Performance is 10/10 and cost is a fraction of those other so-called other branded premium thousand dollar All in One cooking machines.

Date PurchasedAug 2018
1 comment
Hello there, thank you for your 5-star review! We are glad to know that you have chosen our All-In-One Cooker to prepare such delicious dishes. :) Feel free to let us know if you have any questions in the future. Kind regards, The Philips Australia Team

Philips HD2178/72 Atrocious

Purchased this on the week end for Costco. Very disappointed . The seer doesn't really get that hot and the red seal button doesn't release that the steam when you go to vent after cooking.
The general time on listening to all the cooks on you tube to cook a piece of beef all cubed is 20 -25 MINUTES. I had to have mine set for 65 minutes for the meat to be tender - And I was using rump at $ 20.00 per kilo -Not a cheap cut -I want my money back !!!!

Date PurchasedSep 2018
1 comment
Hi there, We're sorry to hear you haven't had the best experience with the All-In-One Cooker. We'd like to see if we can help you with that. We're wondering you used the high or low temp sear setting. Also, for the meat, did you use the pressure cooking setting or the non-pressure cook setting? We'd recommend to pressure cook the steak for about 15-20 minutes. If you run into any problems, please check out the manual for cooking tips on for the appliance. https://www.download.p4c.philips.com/files/h/hd2178_72/hd2178_72_irb_eng.pdf Alternatively, you're always welcome to come visit us on Facebook or Twitter for further assistance. We hope this helps. Kind regards, The Philips Australia Team.

Great Appliance!

The things I love about the Premium AIO are
Two bowls - particularly the SS bowl
Yoghurt function
Full control over the steam release function ie NR (natural release) or QR (quick release) as opposed to the later model or another PC brand that I also own which is QR only :(
Manual function (often use this as opposed to pre set functions)
2 yr warranty!!! This is definitely worthy of mentioning
Easy to remove inner lid, seal and clean these parts (should come with two seals though - one for savory and one for sweet due to smell retention)
Lid not permantely attached which makes it much easier to store height wise in cupboard - my lid is always stored off AIO

Improvements
User manual book - not newbie friendly / recipe mistakes /omissions eg...at end of cooking no mention of which method of pressure release! :(
Sauté high could be a bit higher temp
2 min default is annoyingly short...5 mins is more realistic...10 mins even better as easy to cancel unused time
Also annoying is not being able to change default time after you start function...got caught out there a few times earlier (my other PC doesn’t have a set default time)
Too slow to come to pressure....wherever possible I use hot liquid which helps a lot...again my other brand PC is much quicker.
When it reverts to keep warm mode I would prefer it to count up in seconds rather than minutes...very helpful when PC eggs in shells for three minutes then keep warm for 30 seconds before QR.
I would love to be able to set it to 0 time for PC function to still operate rather than the 2 min default (great for cooking more delicate veggies) and a featire common to other brands I know of.
Re design outer pot handles and outer lid so it could sit in the handle when removing - pet dislike of mine trying to find somewhere to put it down when hot with limited bench space

Suggestions for those new to the AIO
Join a good Philips PC group or 2 eg FB, as Ive learnt more there pre purchase than I ever would have from the user manual
Many owners are so savvy in ways of using the AIO and I’m in an amazingly knowledable group...hence the reason I went with the Philips AIO.
There as many little accessories available to really help make using your AIO more enjoyable..
Eg...I cook for two here...haven’t cooked rice the conventional way as too much rice required...I just cook one cup at a time using the PIP method...pot in pot method, manual setting - comes out perfect!

Although I haven’t used slow cook function yet (I’m more a PC fan) but the AIO has a slow cook HIGH and a slow cook LOW function...
Muliticookers don’t seem to operate temp wise the same as a stand alone slow cooker - the AIO is no exception so here’s a great tip for those wanting to use slow cook recipes...
If a stand alone slow cooker recipe says to cook something 6 hrs on LOW....this will equate to 6 hrs `slow cook HIGH’ in the AIO,
OR if the slow cook recipe states eg...4 hrs on HIGH....this will equate to 8 hrs `slow cook HIGH’ in the AIO...
The AIO slow cook HIGH temp is 90C +/- 10C - slow cook LOW temp is 70C +/- 10C
Hope this helps :)

Date PurchasedJun 2018
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Hi Girlpower! Thank you so much for your super thorough review on our All-In-One Cooker. :) The experience might be nice for the people thinking about getting one, and the tips for people that already own this device. In any case we wish you a lot of delicious and nutritious meals for the future. And don't hesitate to let us know if you ever need us. You'll be able to find us on http://philips.com/support/. Kind regards, The Philips Australia Team

Terrible design

The pressure cooker worked well when it was working. When i cooked congee with it, the water spilled out of the pot and ended up between the inner pot and machine resulting in water damage. I called Philips regarding warranty but they said it was my fault for not placing the appropriate level of water. I did not have the water level past the max marker in the pot. Terrible design.

Date PurchasedMay 2018
1 comment
Hi, Helen. That's not what we like to hear. How unfortunate to hear you experienced some issues with your cooker. We'd like to see if we can help with that. If you still have the cooker, please come visit us on Facebook or Twitter. Our agents will then be more than happy to assist you where possible. Kind regards, The Philips Australia Team.

Quiet machine. Expect an update

This is now a discontinued model. I picked mine up from Harvey Norman today near half price. Sadly, the cord was missing when I got home. Happily, a computer cord worked! You really do have to be a bit of a nerd to use this machine 'cos it's not that user friendly and the instructions assume an IQ of beyond normal. But does it do the job? I suspect it might. With some cooking experience I guessed at a beef stew. Sautee went well (love that I can maintain that caramelisation), then pressure cooked for 25 minutes. Meat a bit chewy, so I'll try 30 minutes next time. I found no melding of flavours you get with.a slow cook. Mind you, my spouse did a bit of a rave. He loved the results. (Philistine!). Even though other reviews I looked at rated this machine lower than the Breville, like others, I liked the additional stainless steel bowl. However, I have found the stainless steel bowl is probably austenitic,meaning it is not magnetic. This will only be important if you have an induction hotplate like I do. (I should have taken my magnet with me!), I do like flexible cooking modes. Will I love this machine? I suspect so. So quiet. Gonna be my toy for awhile.Give me a few weeks and I'll update with my cooking results.

Date PurchasedMay 2018
1 comment
Hi there, It sound you have been experimenting with the All-in-one-Cooker quite a lot! You mentioned that the instructions were a bit difficult. Are you struggling with anything at the moment? We'd like to help you wherever we can. If you're still looking for the right cable, please contact the store or contact our call center team directly at 1300 363 391. Thanks! Kind regards, The Philips Australia team

Water condensation on the panel

This pressure cooker is no doubt very functional and convenient. However there 2 flaws. No.1 - There is no water outlet or collection cup like the tefal pressure cooker. Hence water easily seeps into the panel. And this happened even with the seal properly on. I don’t have this problem with my tefal even though I have times forgotten the seal. No.2 - The rubber seal becomes pretty loose after a few uses. And I usually do not remove the seal while cleaning unless necessary. So it do come off quickly easily half way through cooking. And this happened to my friend’s unit as well.

Date PurchasedFeb 2018
1 comment
Hi Maddy, thanks so much for sharing your experiences with the All-In-One Cooker. We appreciate your honest opinion, as this kind of feedback helps us a great deal to improve our products in the future. Having said that, we regret hearing that you are having some issues with your unit. To get customer support for the issue, we would like to ask you to reach out to us by phone: 1300 363 391. Kind regards, The Philips Australia Team

Tip top pressure cooker that every house should has

Just bought HD2178 from Costco last week. It’s very easy to use and very quiet when using the pressure cooking mode. I’ve been using other brands, never seen the pressure cooker can be so quiet, unbelievable quiet! Foods are all cooked just nice and yummy. It also very clean as the steam will not splashing out everywhere like others pressure cooking. Most important is its save my cooking time and all the cleaning hassles.
It’s a good product and strongly recommend every household to own one.
I’m getting excited as lots of cooking can be used by this fantastic cooker, from meat, soup to many types of desserts, everyday I just keep discovering it. You will regret if don’t have it!

Date PurchasedMay 2018
3 comments
Hey there, Great to see you've taken the time to share your experiences here. And awesome to hear you've been having a good time using the pressure cooking. We hope you'll enjoy many more lovely meals and wish you all the best for now! Kind regards, The Philips Australia TeamHi, just found out the rings and nuts on my AOI lid already rusted and when I unscrewed everything, I realised the round ring was cut, is it normal? I thought they are stainless steel, but yet the lid still a bit rusted? ThanksHi again, Cecilia. Thanks for getting back to us and we like to see how we can help. We advise you to contact our colleagues on the below number for further assistance: 1300 363 391 Mondays to Saturdays: 7:00 am - 7:00 pm EST Kind regards, The Philips Australia Team

Best Buy

This Has become an indispensable part of our household. Partner uses it to make dishes she would never have attempted before. And it’s super fast and easy. we have told our friends about it and even they are raving about it now.
we have only used the pressure cooker function so far and it’s been superb. It has paid for itself many times over. The only gripe I had is that the buttons are hard to press.

Date PurchasedOct 2017

Excellent machine but manual & recipe book are truely appalling!

+ Fantastic well made machine
+ Easy to use

- Truly dreadful user manual why does Philips consistently provide cheap/nasty manuals that are unreadable. I expected better after paying $280 for it.
- Recipe book poorly researched or I suspect tested with the cooker will leave users frustrated
- Inaccurate cooking timings on machine - I bought this cooker because it had an auto risotto setting which takes 14 mins. I ended up with an overcooked mess fit for the bin!!! Retried it, and it cooked perfectly on only 5 mins! See my risotto recipe below.
- No instructions in the manual on how to remove the inner lid... still puzzling over how I can remove it and clean it and the valves underneath.

Mushroom & Asparagus Recipe - for two people. For 4 people, just double recipe.

1 cup of risotto rice
1 1/2 cup of water (hot is better as it takes less time for the cooker to come up to pressure)
1 cup of white wine
1 brown onion finely chopped
2 garlic cloves minced
6 medium sized mushrooms sliced
1 heaped teaspoon of butter (I use vegan butter but you can also use 2 tablespoons of olive oil)
Fresh tyme
1/2 lemon juice
1 teaspoon of Vegeta powered vegetable stock
2 teaspoon of fresh finely chopped parsley
4 sticks of asparagus cut into 2 cm pieces
Parmasan grated (I personally use Vegan)

METHOD
Using the saute setting, add the butter (or oil) and add onion, garlic, mushroom and fresh thyme leaves. Saute 2 mins with lid off
Add white wine (I use sauvignon blanc)
Add vegeta stock powder
Add risotto rice
Add hot water
Switch off saute function and put on the lid and pressure cook for 5 MINUTES ONLY.
Release steam, then remove lid, add asparagus, stir in. If the risotto is a little dry add a few table spoons of hot water from your kettle
Switch on saute function and cook for 2 mins (don't stir too much).
Switch off saute function and replace lid and switch on keep warm function and allow to 'steam' for 1-2 mins
Remove lid. Add lemon, parsley and parmesan and serve. (I personally, also serve mine with a little balsamic vinegar reduction)

You should end up with a perfectly delicious risotto.

Date PurchasedMar 2018
1 comment
Hi Bill, thank you for letting us know clearly what you like and dislike about our All-in-one cooker. You mention that the user manual is dreadful and hard to read, could you let us know if we could clarify some things about the All-in-one cooker? As for the recipe book, what exactly are you experiencing trouble with? Are the instructions unclear or incorrect? Lastly, it's kind of odd that the cooking timings on the machine are inaccurate. Could you reach out to us on Twitter or Facebook? We would like to see if there's something wrong with your device. Hope to hear from you and have a pleasant day! Kind Regards, The Philps Australia Team.

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Questions & Answers

What is the psi of the all in one pressure cooker please? I am presuming 13psi?
1 answer
Hello Suzie, Thank you for your question! We've checked this for you, and can confirm that the All-In-One Cooker has a pressure level of 6.5 PSI plus the atmospheric pressure 14PSI, so a total of about 20PSI. We hope this answers your question! Kind Regards, The Philips Australia Team

We’re using my Premium All in One Cooker for the first time and roasting chicken. We selected pressure cooker/poultry. We couldn’t see the cooking time as it displays 88:88 on the panel. So it cooked for 15 minutes which of course is undercooked. What did we miss?
3 answers
Hi Perla. Thanks for reaching out to us. We agree that 15 minutes is way to short for roasting a chicken. ;) When you select the poultry option on the pressure cooker you can adjust the cooking time manually according to the recipe you're following. You can do by pressing the Cooking Time button. The cooking time will now flash on the screen. You can change the cooking time with the +/- button. Press and hold the Start/Reheat button ( ) for 3 seconds and the All-in-One cooker starts working in the selected mode. Hopefully this will help you getting a perfectly cooked roast chicken on the table. :) Let us know if you have any other questions. Kind regards, The Philips Australia TeamThank you for your response se. We have done all that you said but the timer still displays 88:88. There is a piece of label stuck on the screen. This may sound like a silly question, but are we supposed to remove that sticky label?Thank you for coming back to us, Perla - that might be the case. Is the label blocking the screen? If you're still unable to find a solution, you're also welcome to contact us at 1300 363 391 or on social media (Facebook or Twitter) - our colleagues will be happy to take a deeper look! Kind Regards, The Philips Australia Team

Hi, What's the difference between the different models of pressure cooker AIO? MODELS 2137, 2178 and 2237? Cant see any diff one the website
1 answer
Hi Sherry, good question! You can find a comparison of the three models here: https://bit.ly/2HJsaLz. I hope this helps! If you need further assistance, don't hesitate to reach out to us through 1300 363 391. Kind regards, The Philips Australia Team

Details

Philips Premium All-In-One Multi-Cooker HD2178/72
CategorySlow Cookers, Multi Cookers and Pressure Cookers
Price (RRP) $349.00
TypeElectric
Capacity6L
Keep Warm SettingYes
Dishwasher Safe PartsYes
Dimensions 536 x 370 x 730 mm
Weight6.5 kg
Power1,000 W
Outer Body Construction MaterialStainless Steel
Cooking Bowl MaterialAluminium and Stainless Steel
Searing FunctionYes
Colour / Finish Silver
Cord Length 1.2 m
Manufacturer Warranty2 year(s)

Visit official website - Download manual
  • GTIN13: 8710103792048
  • MPN: HD2178-72

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