Tefal P2530738 Secure 5 Neo Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker, 6 L, Induction, Silver

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Tefal P2530738 Secure 5 Neo Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker, 6 L, Induction, Silver
Tefal P2530738 Secure 5 Neo Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker, 6 L, Induction, Silver



  • 2 Cooking programs depending on ingredients and results desired
  • Auto-lock system allowing the lid of the pressure cooker to close safely with audible noise
  • Ergonomic handles for added comfort, automatic locking for opening and closing.
  • Inside coating is finished- brushed stainless steel. Outside coating finish is – mirror polished stainless steel
  • All hobs compatible including induction. Check that the gasket is properly positioned inside the lid.Make sure that the safety rod or pressure indicator is positioned correctly. Remove and replace if necessary.
  • The 5 safety devices for use without any risk.
  • Pots handles type – Fixed

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Specification: Tefal P2530738 Secure 5 Neo Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker, 6 L, Induction, Silver



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Product Dimensions

‎25 x 29 x 45 cm, 4 Kilograms


‎22 Centimetres


‎6 litres


‎Stainless Steel

Item Weight

‎4 kg

Reviews (8)

8 reviews for Tefal P2530738 Secure 5 Neo Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker, 6 L, Induction, Silver

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  1. Rooboobear

    I am one of those people with terrifying memories of the early 70’s and the silver monster in the kitchen! It made the most awful loud hissing like it was going to explode and the weights jangled loudly together while my Mom ran across the kitchen with it to put it under a tap! It used to scare me as a child half to death each time.
    So it was with a lot of trepidation that I researched and then eventually bought my own pressure cooker. Even then when it arrived I was too nervous to try it at first!
    Anyway- I did and I love it! My new pressure cooker isn’t loud or frightening at all!! Casseroles and lamb shanks are cooked to perfection in no time. It’s easy! My message is- if I can do it, you can too!!
    Go for it!

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  2. Gabriela

    I had a different review before but after using the pot for a few months I got disappointed. It’s a beautiful and not too heavy pot to lift, but one day while cooking my food got stuck and burned on at the bottom and there was plenty water in the pot and heat medium for vegetables. There is water leaking from the lid and handle and too much steam I think. The pot itself it’s very thin and of poor quality material made in china. I found some small black dots and marks under the lid where the seal is and from there it comes some rust marks. I contacted the customer service but I was just told that the engineer checked it and that’s not rust but food marks which even after being cleaned there is still rust. I have been pretty much dismissed by them and got my pot returned back with glue marks on top of the lid and some glue or damage on the plastic part on the lid. I contacted them to let them know but I was just ignored and said the lid is fine. I will definitely not be buying…

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  3. LinzieNewp

    What am I doing wrong ??? I have had a prestige pressure cooker for over 20 years but needed a new one when I went to induction hob. I find this one awful. The handle constantly drips water , the unit doesn’t seal properly. Steam escaping so not building up enough steam to cook. Also because the unit doesn’t seal properly it has boiled dry. I have replaced the gasket twice in 6 months with genuine tefal parts. I have always been an advocate for the pressure cooker but would definitely not recommend this one.

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  4. Mr P

    Never considered a pressure cooker before I got this, but since getting it I’ve discovered much faster cooking with more flavour than I have before, a stew with cheap cuts of beef cook to tender almost falling apart In about 15 minutes.
    Tried oxtail for the firs time today, 45 minutes and it was falling off the bone and so moist.
    Pulled pork in 1hr10 minutes!
    Even simple things like boiled potatoes, done in 10 mins, the texture they have is completely different than boiling them for 15 minutes.

    This is easy to use, easy to clean, although the shiny lid does scratch up after the first use but I’m not bothered.
    Use it on a gas hob on full till it builds pressure then change it to the smallest burner to tick over until ready.

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  5. KWD

    It worked fine initially but after the first couple of uses it started to drip water from the handle. The rubber around the cover held onto the smell of whatever is cooked inside pressure. I tried using baking soda to clean but that didn’t help. I wouldn’t recommend this pressure cooker.

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  6. bartosz

    I used pressure cooker before but it was an ancient one so this seemed a good option. It looks good, nothing really needs changing here. However I have a few issues with it. First, it is marking on the pressure gauge are not easily readable and you really need to have a close look at them to see in what position they are. Perhaps colour coding would help. Secondly, the rubber gasket inside looks a bit flimsy and may not last long so I hope it can be ready bought from Tefal 🤨. Third, and probably most issue is a metal basket used for streaming food. It is small so you can’t really do much with that and there’s only one so one item can be streamed at the time. Tefal makes ( or used to make) tower steam cookers so something similar would be helpful. Also, the basket is made from aluminium and it is really difficult to clean. Pieces of for get stuck to it very really and sometimes you need to soak it for a while to get rid of them.
    Overall, it is a useful item in the kitchen but would…

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  7. Dhruba

    Using pressure cooker is nothing new to me. Normally they last donkey years. I needed a new pressure cooker after we updated our cooker to an induction cooker. After looking for reviews, I have decided to go for Tefal Secure 5 Neo. And to be honest I am pleased that I did.
    Most of the old pressure cooker I used had weight and they used to make a lot of noises. Which is a very noticeable difference in these new silent pressure cookers. This pressure cooker is very shiny as you can see my pictures.

    This pressure cooker comes with two programmable settings. Low pressure (7PSI) setting took vegetables and high pressure (12PSI) to use for meat.

    Light weight
    Well built handle with auto lock mechanism
    Easy to change from low to high pressure settings
    Thick base (triple layer) and this is very important not to burn your food while frying.
    Steaming basket included ( I haven’t used it yet)
    18/10 alloy to make it look very high quality
    6L capacity for whole family

    Instruction could be better…

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    Compared with similar cooker from tefal that I had a few years ago which was more sturdy and good quality plastic handle as well.This one is very thin steel and very delicate plastic handle.This product is made in China not made in France And this was not mentioned in the advertisement.I am not sure if that could be the reason for the quality change.but price was not too bad.

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