|Mounting Hardware||Pressure cooker^manual^gasket^vent weight|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Contains Liquid Contents||No|
|Item model number||CXT50|
|Product Dimensions||39.37 x 20.32 x 24.13 cm; 2.27 Kilograms|
Hawkins CXT50 Contura Hard Anodized Induction Compatible Extra Thick Base Pressure Cooker, Black, 5L, 5 L
|Price:||& FREE Delivery|
- Permanently attached to the 4. 88 mm thick base is a plate of AISI 430 grade magnetic stainless steel which makes the cooker Induction Compatible.
- The Extra Thick base heats quickly and retains heat well
- Suitable for use on all domestic gas, electric, halogen, ceramic and induction cooktops
- The mouth of cooker body is provided with a metallic rim for additional safety. It has a stainless steel lid
- It has a unique body with rounded sides for easier stirring, better visibility and easy removal of food
- Included Components: Pressure Cooker
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The Induction Compatible Hawkins Contura Black XT Pressure Cooker has all the features of the Hawkins Contura Black Pressure Cooker. Additionally, permanently attached to the 4. 88 mm thick base is a plate of AISI 430 grade magnetic stainless steel which makes the cooker Induction Compatible. The Extra Thick base heats quickly and retains heat well. Suitable for use on all domestic gas, electric, halogen, ceramic and induction cooktops.
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Come on Hawkins, i paid in full not get an used product. I m Still going to use it and see how it works since i badly in need of a cooker and waited long already... But not sure if this is seller fault or Hawkins fault.. however beware.. i am attaching photos as well
People have complained about the pressure valve; it is designed to melt if your pot gets dry and/or too hot. I have been sure to have enough water in the pot and to not let too much steam escape (the weight on the pressure relief valve helps to remind); it is for safe operation. There are 7 large holes in the pressure relief valve stem, and the chances of it ever plugging up completely are not likely - and it is easy to check and clean. The first time I used this Hawkins I was surprised at how fast it was and how little steam escaped from anywhere. It bears watching, though, and one can't be casual using it. That said, it's a Keeper, for sure.
Note: The rubber gasket goes on the outside and the lid closes on being inserted inwards. Takes a while to get used to. Opening it also is a little cumbersome but guess would get a hang of it through repeated usage.