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Where to buy a pressure cooker

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Where to buy a pressure cooker

Going to stay for a few months. Need an electric pressure cooker to make rice porridge. Is it easy to buy one in a local supermarket?

Edited: 21 July 2017, 11:12
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1. Re: Where to buy a pressure cooker

Sainsburys, Tesco etc., that kind of place would stock it or a department store with an electrical department, like House of Fraser or John Lewis.

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2. Re: Where to buy a pressure cooker

argos.co.uk/search/electric-pressure-cooker/

You can order online and collect at local stores like the Post office and Sainsbury's although I suppose it would make more sense just to go buy one there. Dunno if argos is cheaper and only larger Sainsbury's etc might stock such a thing

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3. Re: Where to buy a pressure cooker

The Tower electric pressure cooker at £43 can be ordeder in the Bournemouth Post Office Road Argos and can be collected 4 days later.

You can collected a Breville electric rice cooker at the same Argos immediately and its only £22.

www.argos.co.uk/product/4226309

But remember that by the time you arrive the stock position at Argos could change.

Without going to a retail park such as Castle Point a few miles from Bournemouth you could try the local Beales

dept store in the centre of Bournemouth.

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