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  • 12-in-1 Digital Pressure Cooker 5L

    Pressure Cooker, Dishwasher Safe, Keep Warm Function, Timer, 5L
    £54.99 Free Delivery
    Save 15%*
  • Prestige 6 Litre Aluminium Pressure Cooker

    Aluminium pot with Stainless steel base - ensuring all Hob suitability. Heat resistant han... more
    £44.99 (+ £5.00 P&P)
  • Prestige 8 Litre Aluminium Pressure Cooker

    Aluminium pot with Stainless steel base - ensuring all Hob suitability. Heat resistant han... more
    £49.99 (+ £5.00 P&P)
  • Prestige 6L Pressure Cooker - Stainless Steel

    This quick and easy 6 litre pressure cooker is perfect for fast, healthy cooking for the w... more
    £79.99 Free Delivery
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  • Morphy Richards 46641 Pressure Cooker 6L

    Pressure Cooker, 6L
    £79.99 (+ £3.99 P&P)
  • Morphy Richards Pressure Cooker 6L

    Pressure Cooker, 6L
    £299.99 (+ £3.99 P&P)
  • Tower T16005 6 Litre Pressure Cooker - Stainless Steel

    Tower T16005 Pressure Cooker in Stainless Steel
    £60 Free Delivery
  • Tower Pressure Cooker 3L

    Pressure Cooker, 3L
    £34 (+ £3.95 P&P)
  • Prestige 7.5 Litre Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker

    The Prestige 7.5L pressure cooker is made from durable polished stainless steel, making it... more
    £54.99 Free Delivery
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  • Prestige Pressure Cooker 5L, Stainless Steel

    Effortlessly prepare nutritious and easy meals with this 5 litre pressure cooker. Manufac... more
    £47.99 Free Delivery
    Save 12%*
  • Morphy Richards 46640 Pressure Cooker 2.7L

    Pressure Cooker, 2.7L
    £28.27 Free Delivery
    Save £71*
  • Tower T16004 5 Litre Pressure Cooker - Stainless Steel

    Cook up a storm for the whole family with this 5-litre pressure cooker from Tower. With 10... more
    £49.99 Free Delivery
  • Morphy Richards 6L Pressure Cooker

    Cook your meals faster with this Morphy Richards pressure cooker. Boasting a six litre cap... more
    £49.99 Free Delivery
  • Tower 4.5 Litre Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker.

    Cook your meals faster with this Tower pressure cooker. Boasting a sizeable litre capacity... more
    £49.99 Free Delivery
  • Tower 6 Litre Sure Touch Pressure Cooker - Black

    If you suddenly find yourself with a house full of hungry mouths, you could either slave o... more
    £74.99 Free Delivery
  • Tower Pro 4 Litre One Touch Pressure Cooker

    Pressure cookers are where health and ease collide in the cooking world. Pop your dish on ... more
    £59.99 Free Delivery
  • Tower 6 Litre One Touch Coated Pressure Cooker.

    Found yourself with a house full? There are two ways to go about feeding all those hungry ... more
    £74.99 Free Delivery
  • Prestige 6L Aluminium Pressure Cooker

    Made from quality polished aluminium Mechanical locking device - a special cam locks the l... more
    £22 (+ £3.95 P&P)
  • Pressure King Pro PKP6

    Multi Cooker, Display, Dishwasher Safe, Keep Warm Function, Timer, Automatic Shutdown, Non... more
    £79.99 (+ £3.99 P&P)
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  • 4.5 star rating

    Sage The Fast Slow Pro

    4.5 star rating
    Slow Cooker, Pressure Cooker
    £119 Free Delivery
  • Pressure King Pro 20-in-1 6L Digital Multi-Cooker, Black/Chrome

    Make great food faster, healthier and easier. Introducing the BIGGER, more VERSATILE kitch... more
    £84.99 Free Delivery
  • Pressure King Pro PKP3

    Multi Cooker, Dishwasher Safe, 3L
    £39.99 (+ £3.99 P&P)
    Save 11%*
  • Karcher K2 Full Control Home Pressure Washer

    This powerful, lightweight and versatile home and car high-pressure washer features wheels... more
    £179 Free Delivery
  • Tefal All in One CY505E40

    Pressure Cooker, Display, Keep Warm Function, Timer, Heat Shielding Handle, Non-stick, 6L
    £68 Free Delivery
  • Crock Pot King Pro Multi Cooker 5L

    Multi Cooker, Dishwasher Safe, Keep Warm Function, 5L
    £49.99 (+ £3.99 P&P)
    Save 9%*
  • Tower T16005 5L

    Pressure Cooker, 5L
    £57 Free Delivery
  • Tower T16004 4L

    Pressure Cooker, 4L
    £229.99 (+ £3.99 P&P)
  • Prestige Quick And Easy 6L

    Pressure Cooker, 6L
    £31.99 Free Delivery
  • Russell Hobbs RH003

    Pressure Cooker, 7L
    £239.99 (+ £3.99 P&P)
  • Tower T80240 4L

    Pressure Cooker, 4L
    £30 (+ £3.95 P&P)
  • Tower T16004 5L

    Pressure Cooker, 5L
    £34.30 Free Delivery
    Save 27%*

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Crowdstorm's pressure cookers buyers' guide

Welcome to Crowdstorm's pressure cooker page. Here you'll find all the best pressure cookers, from all the leading manufacturers such as Tefal and Prestige. And better still we let you compare deals from all your favourite high street and online retailers in one place - and in one easy to follow table. 

The humble pressure cooker is often overlooked in favour of modern pots and pans; if the thought of a pressure cooker brings back memories of your mother cooking soup in a difficult-to-use, loud, screechy pressure cooker, we’re here to set the record straight.

Pressure cookers can actually make cooking a whole lot easier – and healthier, too; with shorter cooking times food retains its nutritional value and vitamins better than in a standard pot. Plus, pressure cookers can cook food up to 75% faster too and, add to this the fact that mess is confined to one pot, this kitchen marvel actually turns out to be rather a canny investment.

How do electric pressure cookers work?

Pressure cookers work like an ordinary pot but are sealed tightly with a lid so that cooking time is greatly reduced. Valves release air slowly so that pressure doesn’t build, meaning the lid doesn’t pop off and your food stays firmly inside the pan and not on the ceiling!

Aluminium versus stainless steel

  • Aluminium pressure cookers are lightweight, cost-effective and heat well. After continued use the aluminium does show signs of use, though this shouldn’t affect the cooker’s ability to cook. If you’re looking for a cheap pressure cooker then an aluminium number should be your go-to.
  • Stainless steel is durable and heavier than its aluminium counterpart, meaning it retains that high shine finish for years. On its own, stainless steel is not a great conductor of heat so it’s best to opt for a pressure cooker with an added disk of aluminium on the bottom of the pan. Stainless steel cookers are considered easier to clean and less absorbent of odours and flavours.

Pressure cooker size

Most pressure cookers are sold by the size of their total liquid capacity (though the actual usable capacity is around half or two thirds of this number). Use our guide below to determine which size would be best for you and your family. If all you’ll be using your new cooker for is to cook small meals then consider saving yourself some money and getting a smaller size. If you like to cook big, bountiful meals for lots of guests then a bigger size may be a better investment.

The most popular pressure cooker sizes are 4-quart, 6-quart and 8-quart liquid capacities:

  • 4-quart is a good size for a small household of one or two people, or for making one course of food, such as potatoes
  • 6-quart is ideal for families of two or more and can accommodate most foods
  • 8-quart is perfect for you if you have a large family or enjoy making big batches of food

Pressure cooker safety features

Early pressure cookers were a little dangerous, with few safety features and lots of fiddly parts. But modern models have been totally revamped with added safety specs:

  • Handles on both sides of the pot for easy lifting
  • Pressure release settings for quick de-pressurizing
  • Safety valve to release excess steam
  • Locking device so the cooker is unable to be opened until pressure is at a safe level
  • Pressure indicator that shows when the cooker is under pressure and when the pressure is released

All pressure cookers come with a pressure regulator, which indicates and controls the pressure inside the cooker. There are 3 types of indicator available and all do essentially the same thing, which to choose depends on which you find easiest to use:

  • Weighted valve pressure regulator (jiggle top)
  • Modified weighted valve pressure regulator
  • Spring valve pressure regulator

Make sure your pressure cooker can reach 15psi and that the pressure is set to this number when cooking as it is the most common pressure needed to cook.

Finding the best pressure cooker: Features and accessories

In addition to the standard p[ressure cooker features, consider if the following are essential to your purchase:

  • Cover interlock: A cover locking system works to ensure that a pressure cooker cannot be used unless the cover is properly locked.
  • Pressure release: Recipes will call for ‘cool cooker at once’ or ‘natural pressure drop’ pressure release methods.
  • Cool at once: The ‘cool cooker at once’ method requires the cooker to be placed under cold running water or in a pan of cold water depending on the food being cooked.
  • Natural release: The ‘natural pressure release’ requires that you simply remove the cooker from the heat source and let the pressure drop of its own accord.

You may also want to see if the following accessories are included in the cost:

  • A spare gasket
  • A clear glass lid 
  • Steamer basket 
  • A cooking rack

Preserving food with your pressure cooker

If you like the idea of preserving your own homegrown or home-produced foods, investing in a pressure canner is a wise move. You can still cook small amounts of food in a pressure canner, though it will take longer to heat up, and it allows you to preserve your own vegetables or fresh foods.

And, finally…

Never leave your pressure cooker unattended; they cook fast, meaning anything that’s left on the heat for too long will be overcooked and less tasty.

I've found the best pressure cooker: What next?

Now you’re clued up on everything you need to know about pressure cookers you’re ready to start to compare deals and offers and find the best pressure cooker for you. Before choosing your perfect model be sure to check out pressure cooker reviews online to guarantee you’re getting the best model for your money.

Above you'll find Crowdstorm has done all the legwork for you, bringing you the best prices for pressure cookers from the leading UK retailers. 

Once you’ve found a deal that catches your eye, click the offer and you’ll be transferred directly to the official website of your chosen retailer where you can simply click and buy – easy!