Russell Hobbs Cook@Home Food Steamer - Betta Online Only Price

The smart and healthy way to steam food, retaining the maximum amount of nutrients and vitamins. Three steam baskets allow for cooking different foods at once, including rice, vegetables and fish.

Product Features:

  • Stainless Steel
  • 9L Capacity over 3 Steaming Baskets
  • BPA free
  • 60 Minute Timer
  • Compact Stackable Baskets


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Warranty 2 year warranty
Colour Stainless Steel
Size 9L
Feature List 9L Capacity over 3 Steaming Baskets, BPA free, 60 Minute Timer, Compact Stackable Baskets
Control Type Control Dial
Capacity 9L
Safety Auto Switch Off
Brand Russell Hobbs


Betta Electrical provides a nationwide delivery service.  Usually, we can arrange delivery of your new appliance within 3-7 working days, often sooner. Some areas within New Zealand and rural deliveries may take up to 10 working days. 

Delivery timeframes vary depending on location in New Zealand. Please allow for extra time if you are at a rural address.

All deliveries outside of our Betta Electrical store local zones are through contracted delivery companies. As we operate a drop ship model from most of our suppliers, all orders/deliveries are subject to stock availability. We will attempt to get as accurate information as possible regarding stock availability. If there is a delay in stock being available, we will contact you and let you know. 

We deliver to customers Monday to Friday and up to 5pm. Our delivery fees for purchases made from our website are based on the most competitive rates we have from our delivery partners.

Please note that all orders placed on the weekend will be processed on Monday morning.

Small Items Delivery Time Frames - Please allow 3-10 working days. Rural areas please allow an extra day or two.

Large Items Delivery Time Frames - Please allow 3-7 working days. Rural areas please allow an extra day or two.

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If there is no stock available at your chosen store, our team will order the item in for you from our Suppliers warehouse. You will receive notification that your item is ready for collection as soon as the product arrives at your chosen store. This will take approximately 3-5 working days and you will be contacted as soon as the item is in-store and ready for collection.

If you have ordered ‘Click and Collect’ from our Auckland Online Store, our team will order the item in from the relevant supplier, and you will receive notification that your item is ready for collection as soon as the product has arrived. The lead time for such items is generally 3-5 working days for whiteware and floor care, and 5-10 working days for small appliances, however, this is subject to availability of the product with the supplier.

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Customer Reviews


Reviews (1)

  • M


    13th Dec 2023

    Russell Hobbs Steamer

    Just purchased this steamer as our old one died, but was surprised to find the new Russel Hobbs steamer was a carbon copy of our old George Foreman one. The only difference was the old one had a digital control that packed up and heating element was intermittent and we got the Russell Hobbs as had a simple manual controller. Russell Hobbs products we have had seem to be reliable, but am concerned that it seems to be made exactly same as a competitor. Very strange and even tried the George Foreman parts on and they are exactly same. Something to be wary of if you intend to buy this product. Hope it lasts more that a couple of years! If so great, if not we are keeping the old George Foreman in garage to complain if packs up.