Prestige Pressure Cooker, Aluminium, Grey, 28.6 x 41.4 x 25.2 cm

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Prestige Pressure Cooker, Aluminium, Grey, 28.6 x 41.4 x 25.2 cm
Prestige Pressure Cooker, Aluminium, Grey, 28.6 x 41.4 x 25.2 cm



  • ✅ FASTER MEALS – It’s easy, just throw everything in your high pressure cooker to create delicious meals 70% quicker than normal cooking. It’s a no brainer, you will save time and energy.
  • ✅ HEALTHIER MEALS – our 6L pressure cooker will also help you to keep all the good nutrients in your food during the cooking process, meaning you’ll end up with a tasty and healthy meal.
  • ✅ FOR FAMILY MEALS – Our big pressure cooker is just right for families. It can help you cook 8-10 healthy meal servings in one pan and will be easy to store in your kitchen.
  • ✅ PRACTICAL ACCESSORIES – Comes with a pressure cooker accessories set containing a separator, divider, wire trivet and recipe book to unleash your creativity and cook anything you dream of.
  • ✅ ULTRA SAFE LOCK – This 6ltr pressure cooker comes with multi-functional locking safety handle and heat resistant handles to keep you safe. It also displays a visual pressure indicator.

Additional information

Specification: Prestige Pressure Cooker, Aluminium, Grey, 28.6 x 41.4 x 25.2 cm



Special Features

‎Gas stovetop compatible

Model Number



Product Dimensions

‎41.4 x 25.2 x 28.6 cm, 3.18 Kilograms


‎6 litres



Auto Shutoff


Item Weight

‎3.18 kg

Reviews (8)

8 reviews for Prestige Pressure Cooker, Aluminium, Grey, 28.6 x 41.4 x 25.2 cm

3.8 out of 5
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  1. Chris B

    I have always used a pressure cooker all my married life when I had one as a present in 1973. I have treated myself to a new one as my last one has given up the ghost so was slightly disappointed when the weight supplied with my new pressure cooker would not fit together as the screw was not long enough to attach the top to keep all weights together. I left a message on the Meyer website late April but have not received a reply or substitute weight. As I cannot use the pressure cooker without the weight I am a little annoyed, hence only 4 stars. I realise we are in uncertain times but I am sure someone is working. Otherwise I am sure it would be a wonderful pressure cooker.

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  2. Eileen Mirfin

    Bought this to replace a Prestige HI dome bought for us for a wedding present 50years ago, decided it was time for a new one as not able to find the safety valves any more for it. I’m a bit disappointed in the baskets inside, not as robust as the original, but have kept old ones for use in the new one but the round trivet is too big for the new cooker so obviously the diameter of the cooker is not as large as the old one. Don’t like the piece of wire for a trivet!! Cooks alright though.

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  3. ladderman

    Overall well constructed (although the main body IS much lighter weight wise than earlier models and I did have to tighten up the screws holding the handles to the main aluminium body)and easy to use.

    However – One annoying difference from the earlier model I had for years is that the trivet is now only a “V” shaped piece of strong wire instead of the old flat circular trivet designed to sit raised off the base of the main body. I think this is a retrograde step from Prestige, and I’m sure I am not alone in thinking this. This is why I have only given the item 4 stars instead of 5.

    Pressure is achieved by the old fashioned straightforward weight system.
    However in the older version of this pressure cooker one had to wait for the steam to come through the centre hole before putting on the weights, and then one would have a good old fashioned gentle hissing/”bubbling” sound proclaiming it was up to/maintaining pressure.In this current model the weights have to go on straightaway before…

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  4. Dr. Nicholas M. Hacking

    My mother had one of these when I was a child. That must be 40 or 50 years ago. That old pressure cooker has been in my household for nearly 30 years and is finally showing its age. Even with new seals it still doesn’t really pressurize properly and the bakelite handles are starting to disintegrate. So, much as I hate replacing old things with new versions, I bought this one a few months ago; for the sake of marital harmony.

    To my delight, the design has changed little in half a century, the build quality is excellent, it looks well and it makes really good soups in next to no time. If it lasts until 2066 I shall be very pleased. Or (more likely) dead.

    I am pleased to report that the old model has not been thrown away, it has been demoted to the status of large saucepan.

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  5. Kindle Customer

    I needed this as a replacement for a decades old unit. Great for quickly preparing pot roasts, stews, soups and so on almost without end. Very versatile, little to go wrong and you don’t need electricity so great for outdoors activity.

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  6. SuziC

    Purchased this pressure cooker to replace my previous Prestige one which I have been using for around 35 years. Very pleased with this purchase, it seems a lot lighter in weight but cooks well. There was a problem with the weights where I couldn’t release the medium and smallest parts but on contacting Prestige they sent a replacement immediately. Purchased the large cooker as do a lot of batch soup for the freezer. When closing the cooker need to press down on the opposite side of lid to handle in order to line the handles up and seal but this is not a problem. Very happy with my choice of cooker which operates in the same way as my original one.

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  7. Mrs. B. M. Hughes

    I used it for the 2nd time yesterday to steam a Christmas pud. My old pressure cooker did it effortlessly for over 40 yrs. However, despite having 4 pints of water in it, it had boiled dry in less than 2 hrs. Pressure cooker and pud are both ruined. Then I realised that the 1st time I used it, the chilli con carne was also burnt on the bottom, after only 15 minutes . I think there could be a problem with the pressure valve. Have had to purchase another one at more expense.

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  8. Kaneez Niazi

    The worst cooker ever I bought. The water leaks no matter what you cooks and nightmare to clean after . Don’t buy this as it will stop working after few uses . I bought two times and same thing happened with both

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