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★★★★☆

“Best cooking appliances in the household”

Written on: 22/09/2014 by Jennyng (1 review written)

I have struggle to buy this pressure cooker and have think it over n over again the pros n cons as I have quote few pieces of cookware n pots in the house (bought by my mother in law). Finally just two weeks ago I hv made my mind on the wmf pressure cooker. I hv not look bk since the day I use it. The meat was so tender and it takes less than 15 min to made stew yet is more tastier than the pot n earthware tat I have. It was the best ever cooking was nvr easier soup was made no more than 20 min… Read Full Review

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“Well Engineered”

Written on: 27/09/2011 by Patrick11 (1 review written)

Bought a WMF as I needed a pressure cooker that would work on an induction hob. Have previously used Prestige aluminum ones. First thing that strikes you about the WMF is how well made it is. The handle completely detaches form the lid for ease of cleaning - a very good idea. There are no separate weights to add to the lid as was the case with the Prestige. There's a safety lock on the handle to prevent accidental opening of the WMF when under pressure although I don't know how anyone would… Read Full Review

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Guest's Response to Patrick11's Review

Written on: 08/01/2012

Hi, I purchased Perfect Plus 2 days ago, and used it today the first time. When the pressure built inside the pot, the pot became noisy as an old steam ship leaving the port. The noise was loud and continuous I could barely stand it, can you help and tell me what may be the problem. Can anybody help.

Sasha Sydney

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“I am having problems with my WMF Perfect Plus Pressure...”

Written on: 03/02/2010

I am having problems with my WMF Perfect Plus Pressure Cooker.
When the cooking pressure indicator has fully disappeared in to the handle, according to the instructions the pressure should have gone down, and therefore, should be able to open the handle and, at first I had no problems with this,as soon as the pressure indicator disappeared I could open the pressure when used on full pressure. But recently I couldn't get it open even after leaving it for many hours. Now I think the Pressure… Read Full Review

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“I've owned a few pressure cookers throughout the years...”

Written on: 23/02/2009 by slickj10 (1 review written)

I've owned a few pressure cookers throughout the years and the WMF Perfect Plus is without a doubt my favorite. It is the best engineered cooker for both reliability and ease of use right down to the pressure release...I can't answer why the other review is so negative does the lid or seal area on the pot have a dent is the gasket in good shape, by the way those gaskets are readily available on the WWW. if you can write that review you can have a gasket delivered to you in just a couple days… Read Full Review

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Amy7's Response to 443184_slickj10's Review

Written on: 21/01/2013

the best buy.. l wish l had bought one years ealier.. l am love using it.... so easy to use.. no whistling noise (very quite).. perfect to make my lamb in half the said time... and vegs.. retain flavour... l have cooked red kidney beans.. (the best l had for ages... and l cook a lot of lentil...it is so perfect ... in fact l am going to buy one for my daughter in law...and told her that is is so easy to use... it is also so easy to clean... l am so happy with the product...

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“I am having problems with the seal on my WMF Perfect...”

Written on: 13/01/2009

I am having problems with the seal on my WMF Perfect Plus Pressure Cooker and steam is leaking around the outside of the pot and its only two years old. So now it does not work at all… Read Full Review

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Mr_Benn's Comment

Written on: 30/09/2013

If you type their name into Google you will find their site which seems to list spare parts. Depending on what part you need you might find it cheaper elsewhere e.g. eBay or maybe, if it is just two years old, with a little gentle presuasion they will replace the "faulty" part under warranty...

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