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Philips Viva Collection AIO Multi Cooker/Pressure/Slow Cooker w/ Anti-Scratch ProCeramic+ Pot, 6L, 1000W, Silver $179 @ Amazon


Philips Viva Collection All in One Multi Cooker/Pressure Cooker/Slow Cooker with Anti-Scratch ProCeramic+ Pot, 6L, 1000W, Silver, HD2237/72

About this item
SLOW COOKING MODE - Slow cook with high and low temperature up to 12 hours
TIME EFFICIENT - 7 pressure cooking modes help you to create great taste when you are time poor
SMART COOKING - Automatic keep warm for 12 hours, reheat functions and superior power heats up 25 Percent faster
SAFETY - 9 Safety protection systems to ensure worry free cooking
DURABLE DESIGN - Anti scratch pot with ProCeramic plus coating for longer use
EASY TO CLEAN - Thanks to the detachable inner lid design

Does anyone have experience with this 6L
8L is almost $300

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  • +1

    I've got this and love it. I use it on saute mode as a saucepan more than actual regular pans. Great pressure cooker too. Pot goes straight into dishwasher. Great complement to the Philips Airfryer.

    • Thanks, is it a good price?

      • Not great as definitely been cheaper. Think got mine around $150 mark.


      • +1

        You can usually get these + the stainless steel inner pot (very useful, we only use the SS pot so I don't have to worry about scratches) for $179 so if you have a Costco membership, definitely wait for that one.

        • OK thanks
          What's costco prices, please

        • lol woops, meant to write *for $179 @ Costco

  • So why choose the Philips over the Instant Pot??
    Thanks All

  • Is this the exploding type of pressure cooker?

  • +1

    I have the machine one version below this model. It does a good job overall except the slow cook function is awful (HIGH slow cook is basically a LOW slow cook), but it may be fixed in this model.

    Not related, but if anyone is considering buying the 8L model one day, I would strongly reconsider it. There's no manual pressure cook function on that model which in my opinion is a huge deal breaker. The machine heats up really fast though and holds a lot more - so it is good in that sense - just beware that there's no manual button!

    • I wouldn't call 2L a lot more.

  • +1
    • LMFAO Right on cue

    • That's terrible.
      You would hope a pressure cooker that's almost 3x more expensive is better made.

    • +1

      Sounds like she didn't let the steam vent first.

    • +2

      Ah yes, the good old 'force open a pressurized 115C vessel of liquid' - nothing could go wrong.

  • +2

    The trick with these is to plonk it out the back door before you release the steam.

    • That's a [email protected]@dy good idea - everytime I "pop" ours I go through the ceremony of getting a moist washcloth to direct the steam away from the ceiling.

      • +1

        Yep I just stick a tea-towell over mine.

    • I put mine under the rangehood, not a big fan of moving something under pressure around too much.

  • This model is 1300w over the previous HD2137 which was 1000w. Amazon still haven't updated the description after all this time.

    FYI costco do the same model with an extra stainless pot for the same price on sale quite often.

  • +1

    I had this before Instant Pot was available in Australia. It worked great when it was working. It died right before the 1 year warranty expired and I was refunded. I couldn't live without a pressure cooker once I started so ended up getting Ninja Foodi after. Recently I bought a 8L Instant Pot. Both Ninja Foodi and Instant Pot are fantastic. Keep the receipt is my advice in case you need to return it

  • +2

    I have this product and love it but it does not come with clear instructions on how to get it off the kitchen ceiling.