Tefal Cook4Me+ Magic Multicooker $249 ($150 off) with Free Delivery @ Tefal Shop

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Received a promo code via Hello Fresh box delivery, RRP$399, now $249 - saving $150. Looks like about a $100 discount to Myer/David Jones or $50 discount to Amazon AU.

Don't own the product so can't attest to its quality.

Terms and conditions:

  • Offer is valid until 31 January 2020 or while stock last.
  • Cannot be used with other offer.
  • Only for Hello Fresh customers (not sure how they test this in practice).

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Comments

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    They have a bonus offer at the moment of an extra bowl. I'm assuming that will still be supplied even when using the discount code.

    edit: Looks like the spare bowl is sold out on the site.

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    Does that include the plus version?

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    It's a good cooker but I picked it up from Amazon last year for 150 during mother day promo. So this thing has definitely been a lot cheaper.

  • +2 votes

    Mine went kaput two months out of warranty. Unfortunately Tefal do not have a service centre in Brisbane so you can’t take them for repair even if you wanted to. After much kicking and screaming (including social media) given the box says it should last ten years and makes a thing about being “repairable”, Tefal took it as a return and provided a new one. Unfortunately that was also faulty out of the box so was returned. I am currently waiting for that replacement to arrive (Actually reminds me I probably need to follow that up as it has been over a month). When it works though, it’s great. They said they rarely have issues with them and I must be pretty unlucky. Their tech support and ticket system is shocking but when you actually get to talk to a human they are really helpful.

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    Just curious what ppl cook in these things that can't be done in a standard or cast iron pot

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      i have one and have used it a handful of times…. this i would say is good for some who probably doesn't want to spend a long time in the kitchen more like a set and forgot and those who don't really know how to cook from scratch.
      its not a terrible product but i do regret buying it as i don't use it much.

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      This is essentially a pressure cooker. The pressure isn't as high as say a stovetop one but still does a good job setting and forgetting. We use it on a daily basis as a rice cooker but also use it occasionally for braising things.

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      Steamer function is great and super healthy,
      Classic cooking substitutes cast iron pot,
      Pressure cooking function cooks everything 3 times faster due to higher temperature.

      That being said you do need to learn how to cook with it. YouTube and google is great help, as the time in minutes is different for different items. It is also not possible to do starchy meals with pressure cooker, it gives error.

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      its more like a slow cooker

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    This is a good deal for the plus

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    I’ve previously had one and it’s a pain to cook with as your food needs lists of liquid or it throws an error message.

    I now have the Philips for the same price and it’s heaps better. Can cook stuff dry, more power and has more features.

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    I have one of these and use it several times a week. Cook mainly pasta, curries and risotto - things I wouldn't usually make as I'm a terrible cook. From memory I paid around $200 approx a year ago.