9 best Redmond multicookers — Rating 2022

  1. Pow­er. Food will cook faster in high­er wattage appli­ances. It is desir­able that this para­me­ter is not low­er than 800–900 watts. How­ev­er, such devices are more ener­gy-con­sum­ing and put addi­tion­al load on the net­work.
  2. bowl vol­ume. In the Red­mond mul­ti­cook­er line, there are mod­els with a total capac­i­ty of 2 to 6 liters. In this case, it should be borne in mind that in the tech­ni­cal spec­i­fi­ca­tions the total vol­ume is indi­cat­ed first, and the use­ful one is usu­al­ly 20% less.
  3. The mate­r­i­al for the man­u­fac­ture of the con­tain­er and body. Bowls are usu­al­ly made of alu­minum or stain­less steel. The inner coat­ing of such con­tain­ers is Teflon or ceram­ic. The case can be com­plete­ly steel or par­tial­ly com­bined with plas­tic.
  4. Num­ber of pro­grams. Dif­fer­ent mod­els of Red­mond mul­ti­cook­ers can have from 10 to 20 auto­mat­ic pro­grams. Var­i­ous man­u­al set­tings are also pos­si­ble.

Our experts have select­ed 9 of the best Red­mond mul­ti­cook­ers, divid­ing them into con­ven­tion­al and 2in1 appli­ances.

Rating of the best Redmond multicookers

The best classic Redmond multicookers

The clas­sic mod­els of Red­mond mul­ti­cook­ers are the most in demand. All process­es in such devices occur with­out forc­ing air pres­sure. For the man­u­fac­ture of the body of such units, steel and / or high-qual­i­ty plas­tic are usu­al­ly used. All bowls come with a ceram­ic or teflon coat­ing. The lids have an open­ing for steam to escape.

REDMOND SkyCooker M903S

Rat­ing: 4.9


Multicooker REDMOND SkyCooker M903S

Smart mul­ti­cook­er Sky­Cook­er M903S has 17 main pro­grams. This unit opens up wide culi­nary pos­si­bil­i­ties. The mul­ti-cook func­tion even allows you to cook dish­es using the sous-vide tech­nol­o­gy. Due to the fact that the bowl has a non-stick ceram­ic coat­ing, dur­ing the cook­ing process, oil con­sump­tion can be reduced to almost zero.

The pow­er of the heat­ing ele­ment of the mul­ti­cook­er M903S is 1000W. The total vol­ume of the bowl is 5 liters. It is made of alu­minum and has an Ana­to non-stick ceram­ic coat­ing on the inside. The body is made of plas­tic and steel. You can con­trol this device from your smart­phone, but you will first need to con­nect the R4S Gate­way appli­ca­tion. Includ­ed with the mul­ti­cook­er is a cook­book with 120 recipes.

Accord­ing to reviews, the M903S is com­pact and looks very styl­ish. Many peo­ple like that the bowl has han­dles, so it is con­ve­nient to remove it. The mul­ti­cook­er is easy to oper­ate. The touch sen­sor responds very quick­ly. The bowl is very smooth, noth­ing burns. There is a con­tain­er for col­lect­ing con­den­sate. The only thing that con­fus­es many is the pres­ence of a smell of plas­tic at first use.

Advantages

  • 17 auto­mat­ic set­tings;
  • the abil­i­ty to cook using sous-vide tech­nol­o­gy;
  • smart­phone con­trol;
  • ceram­ic con­tain­er with built-in han­dles;
  • com­pact and styl­ish.

Flaws

  • Strong plas­tic smell at first use.

REDMOND RMC-M90

Rat­ing: 4.8


Multicooker REDMOND RMC-M90

Mod­el RMC-M90 is a mul­ti­cook­er with touch con­trol type. The man­u­fac­tur­er has put 17 auto­mat­ic pro­grams into it, as well as 28 man­u­al set­tings. Con­sumers should be inter­est­ed in such new func­tion­al­i­ties: “Bread”, “Sim­mer­ing” (recre­ates the effect of the “Russ­ian oven”), “Piz­za”, “Desserts”. Speeds up the cook­ing process and allows you to save a max­i­mum of vit­a­mins in the prod­ucts 3D heat­ing.

The pow­er of this device from Red­mond is 860 watts. The use­ful vol­ume of the con­tain­er is 3.5 liters. Its inner coat­ing is ANATO non-stick ceram­ic. For con­ve­nience on a bowl han­dles from plas­tic, steady against high tem­per­a­tures, are pro­vid­ed. The pan­el on the case is touch-sen­si­tive, and the LCD dis­play is col­or and mul­ti­func­tion­al. The “Mul­ti-cook” option allows you to cook using sous-vide tech­nol­o­gy.

In the reviews, many praise the appear­ance of this Red­mond mul­ti­cook­er, its func­tion­al­i­ty and reli­a­bil­i­ty. Con­sumers like the abil­i­ty to pre-shut off auto­mat­ic heat­ing, as well as the delayed start option. Also, many are impressed that the inner lid is removed and it can be washed sep­a­rate­ly from the mul­ti­cook­er itself. But some com­plain that the bowl absorbs the smells of cooked dish­es very much.

Advantages

  • 17 auto­mat­ic set­tings;
  • 3D heat­ing;
  • sup­ports sous-vide tech­nol­o­gy;
  • 28 man­u­al set­tings;
  • non-stick coat­ing of the con­tain­er;
  • con­ve­nient han­dles for car­ry­ing the bowl;
  • remov­able cov­er.

Flaws

  • the bowl absorbs the smells of cooked food.

See also: 12 best steam­ers

REDMOND RMC-03

Rat­ing: 4.7


Multicooker REDMOND RMC-03

The RMC-03 mul­ti­cook­er is a com­pact appli­ance that is high­ly appre­ci­at­ed by young par­ents. The vol­ume of such a bowl is enough for the prepa­ra­tion of baby food. This mul­ti­cook­er sup­ports 9 auto­mat­ic pro­grams. You can turn off the sound sig­nals in the device so that they do not wake up a sleep­ing baby.

The pow­er of the heat­ing ele­ment in the RMC-03 is only 350 watts. The bowl (usable vol­ume 1.4 l) has a durable and envi­ron­men­tal­ly friend­ly ceram­ic coat­ing. The “Mul­ti-cook” option allows you to change the tem­per­a­ture in the range from 35 ºC to 180 ºC, with each step being 1 ºC. This allows you to opti­mal­ly heat the milk mix­ture. Even in such a slow cook­er, it is pos­si­ble to ster­il­ize baby bot­tles or nip­ples, as well as pas­teur­ize milk or juices.

Sat­is­fied young par­ents praise the RMC-03 very much in their reviews. They love that you can lock the con­trol pan­el so kids don’t mess up the appli­ance set­tings. Also, those who bought it for trav­el or for work speak well of such a mul­ti­cook­er. In it, you can safe­ly cook 1–2 serv­ings of your favorite dish­es. Intu­itive and sim­ple con­trol, many pro­grams. Easy care.

Advantages

  • 9 auto­mat­ic pro­grams;
  • styl­ish, com­pact;
  • ster­il­izes chil­dren’s dish­es;
  • in the “Mul­ti-Cook” each step is 1 ºC;
  • you can turn off the sound sig­nals;
  • eco-friend­ly ceram­ic coat­ing;
  • you can lock the con­trol pan­el.

Flaws

  • not detect­ed.

REDMOND RMC-M26

Rat­ing: 4.7


Multicooker REDMOND RMC-M26

Red­mond has devel­oped a bud­get, but mul­ti­func­tion­al mul­ti­cook­er RMC-M26. This unit sup­ports 16 auto­mat­ic set­tings. Such a kitchen appli­ance is styl­ish, ergonom­ic, com­pact. It has the abil­i­ty to turn off sound sig­nals, and also has the unique Mas­terchef Light func­tion. Thanks to the lat­ter, it is pos­si­ble to change the tem­per­a­ture and time direct­ly in the process of a giv­en pro­gram.

The pow­er of the heat­ing ele­ment of the mul­ti­cook­er RMC-M26 is 700W. The con­tain­er (usable vol­ume 3.5 l) is made of alu­minum and has a DAIKIN non-stick coat­ing. The body of the unit is steel. Thanks to the “Mul­ti-cook” func­tion, you can cook var­i­ous foods in a vac­u­um. Pre­lim­i­nary shut­down of auto­mat­ic heat­ing is pro­vid­ed. It is pos­si­ble to delay the start for a whole day.

Accord­ing to reviews, for such a rea­son­able price, this mul­ti­cook­er has excel­lent func­tion­al­i­ty. It works silent­ly, quick­ly and reli­ably. Many peo­ple like the orig­i­nal design with a pat­tern on this device. The mod­el is easy to care for, but some peo­ple are upset by the non-remov­able cov­er. A big plus for old­er con­sumers is that here each pro­gram is placed on a sep­a­rate but­ton.

Advantages

  • 16 auto­mat­ic pro­grams;
  • it is pos­si­ble to turn off sound sig­nals and auto-heat­ing;
  • delayed start;
  • orig­i­nal design;
  • bowl with non-stick coat­ing;
  • ergonom­ic, com­pact;
  • each pro­gram on a sep­a­rate but­ton.

Flaws

  • remov­able cov­er.

REDMOND RMC-M22

Rat­ing: 4.7


Multicooker REDMOND RMC-M22

Anoth­er high-qual­i­ty bud­get Red­mond mul­ti­cook­er is the RMC-M22 mod­el. This device has 10 auto­mat­ic set­tings. Of par­tic­u­lar inter­est is the “Mul­ti-cook” option, which allows you to cook at home using sous-vide tech­nol­o­gy. Con­sumers can pre-switch off auto­mat­ic heat­ing if the set tem­per­a­ture is below 75 ºC. This is espe­cial­ly use­ful when mak­ing yogurt or proof­ing dough.

The pow­er of the RMC-M22 mul­ti­cook­er is 860W. Its body is made of steel. The bowl (use­ful vol­ume 3.5 l) is made of alu­minum and has a non-stick coat­ing. The con­trol pan­el is sim­ple but looks nice. Due to the “Mas­terchef Light” option, it is pos­si­ble to change the cook­ing tem­per­a­ture dur­ing almost any process. You can do this both before launch­ing and after acti­vat­ing the pro­gram.

From the reviews it fol­lows that in its price seg­ment the mul­ti­cook­er shows itself very wor­thy. It pro­vides all the cur­rent modes and func­tions. The body of the unit is not eas­i­ly soiled, the bowl is easy to clean. There is a con­den­sate con­tain­er that can be eas­i­ly removed. But the inabil­i­ty to remove the cov­er com­pli­cates its care. The han­dle on the mul­ti­cook­er lid is for open­ing it, not for car­ry­ing it.

Advantages

  • there are pro­grams “Mul­ti-cook” and “Mas­terchef Light”;
  • pre­lim­i­nary shut­down of auto­mat­ic heat­ing;
  • non-stick coat­ing of the bowl;
  • con­tain­er for con­den­sate;
  • the body of the unit is not eas­i­ly soiled.

Flaws

  • the lid is not remov­able;
  • The han­dle is designed to be opened, not car­ried.

The best Redmond pressure cookers / multicookers

In 2in1 devices, not only the tem­per­a­ture increas­es inside the device, but pres­sure is also built up. In such units, a spe­cial valve is installed that keeps hot air inside dur­ing the oper­a­tion of the device. Cook­ing in them is great­ly accel­er­at­ed. A dish that an ordi­nary slow cook­er can cook in 1.5–2 hours will be ready here in just 30–40 min­utes.

REDMOND RMC-P470

Rat­ing: 4.9


Pressure cooker/multicooker REDMOND RMC-P470

Red­mond launch­es the mod­ern RMC-P470, which suc­cess­ful­ly com­bines the func­tions of both a mul­ti­cook­er and a pres­sure cook­er. This unit is equipped with 13 auto­mat­ic set­tings, some of them work in clas­sic modes, and some in pres­sure cook­er mode. This device is able to cook a first course in 30 min­utes, and a turkey with a veg­etable side dish in just 10 min­utes.

Mod­el RMC-P470 has a pow­er of 1000 watts. In this device, it is pos­si­ble to inde­pen­dent­ly select the desired pres­sure lev­el when start­ing all pro­grams in the pres­sure cook­er mode. The device has a styl­ish design. The unit is equipped with an LED dis­play and a con­trol pan­el in Russ­ian. The bowl with a use­ful vol­ume of 3.5 liters is made of alu­minum and has a ceram­ic coat­ing. It has han­dles on the sides for con­ve­nience. The device has 4 lev­els of pro­tec­tion.

In the reviews, con­sumers note that this device has a very con­ve­nient con­trol sys­tem. It heats up pret­ty quick­ly and builds up pres­sure. The steam release valve is opened by press­ing the but­ton. Many peo­ple like the unique vac­u­um pro­gram that allows you to cook in sous-vide tech­nol­o­gy. Some of the dis­ad­van­tages include the fact that the steam is dis­charged quite nois­i­ly and the whole kitchen fogs up from it.

Advantages

  • 13 auto­mat­ic pro­grams;
  • LED dis­play;
  • non-stick bowl with han­dles;
  • con­ve­nient steam release valve;
  • styl­ish design;
  • speed and qual­i­ty of prepa­ra­tion.

Flaws

  • steam is released quite nois­i­ly.

REDMOND RMC-P350

Rat­ing: 4.8


Pressure cooker/multicooker REDMOND RMC-P350

The REDMOND RMC-P350 pres­sure cook­er is designed in a mod­ern style. It has a vari­ety of fea­tures, com­bin­ing 2 pow­er­ful devices. It attracts con­sumers with its ergonom­ics, styl­ish appear­ance, as well as a large set of use­ful options: auto­mat­ic preser­va­tion of heat at the end of the cook­ing process, warm­ing up ready meals, delayed start, pre­lim­i­nary shut­down of auto­mat­ic heat­ing.

The pow­er of the heat­ing ele­ment in the RMC-P350 is 900 watts. The device has 14 auto­mat­ic set­tings. The total vol­ume of the bowl of the device is 5 liters. It has an eco-friend­ly, non-stick Daikin Japan­ese coat­ing. This device com­pares favor­ably with oth­er non-volatile mem­o­ry (sav­ing set­tings up to 15 min­utes), the abil­i­ty to change the lev­el of pres­sure build-up, a remov­able steam valve and a rotary con­trol knob.

From the reviews it fol­lows that the RMC-P350 mod­el looks very styl­ish and cooks well. Many peo­ple like com­fort­able car­ry­ing han­dles, a remov­able lid for easy wash­ing, a non-volatile clock, an infor­ma­tive dis­play, ther­mal insu­la­tion of the case, a lid and con­trol pan­el lock, the abil­i­ty to change the tem­per­a­ture and time dur­ing the cook­ing process. Some are embar­rassed that the sil­i­cone ring absorbs odors.

Advantages

  • styl­ish and ergonom­ic;
  • 14 auto­mat­ic pro­grams;
  • non-volatile mem­o­ry;
  • remov­able steam valve and cov­er;
  • com­fort­able car­ry­ing han­dles;
  • infor­ma­tive dis­play;
  • case ther­mal insu­la­tion.

Flaws

  • sil­i­cone ring absorbs odors.

REDMOND RMC-PM401

Rat­ing: 4.7


Pressure cooker/multicooker REDMOND RMC-PM401

The RMC-PM401 is equipped with 13 auto­mat­ic pro­grams (7 sup­port mul­ti­cook­er options and 6 sup­port pres­sure cook­ers). In the case of the lat­ter, due to the short expo­sure to high tem­per­a­tures, much more vit­a­mins and nutri­ents are retained in the prod­ucts. At the same time, right dur­ing cook­ing, it is pos­si­ble to change the tem­per­a­ture regime and the set time.

The pow­er of the RMC-PM401 heat­ing ele­ment is 900W. The total vol­ume of the con­tain­er is 5 liters. It is alu­minum and has a Japan­ese non-stick coat­ing. The steam valve and the top cov­er of the device are remov­able. With this mod­el, you can turn off auto­mat­ic heat­ing in advance, lock the con­trol pan­el or turn off sound sig­nals. Built-in sen­sors time­ly bring the tem­per­a­ture and pres­sure indi­ca­tors back to nor­mal.

Mod­el RMC-PM401 has an attrac­tive design and is very func­tion­al. Thanks to the abil­i­ty to cook under high pres­sure, food in this device is boiled, stewed and baked much faster than in con­ven­tion­al kitchen appli­ances. Many peo­ple like that this unit has a remov­able cov­er, and it is also pos­si­ble to adjust the pres­sure. But­tons respond quick­ly. The appli­ance fits per­fect­ly into the inte­ri­or of the kitchen.

Advantages

  • 13 auto­mat­ic pro­grams;
  • remov­able steam valve and top cov­er;
  • it is pos­si­ble to block the con­trol pan­el;
  • auto-heat­ing and sound sig­nal are pre­lim­i­nar­i­ly turned off;
  • you can inde­pen­dent­ly choose the desired lev­el of pres­sure;
  • attrac­tive design.

Flaws

  • not detect­ed.

REDMOND RMC-PM380

Rat­ing: 4.6


Pressure cooker/multicooker REDMOND RMC-PM380

The RMC-PM380 fea­tures a par­tic­u­lar­ly large bowl capac­i­ty. Its total vol­ume is 6 liters, and use­ful — 4.2 liters. This instru­ment from Red­mond has ver­sa­tile 2‑in‑1 capa­bil­i­ties. Thanks to the func­tions of a pres­sure cook­er, you can cook dish­es under pres­sure in 2 times faster in this appli­ance. At the same time, vit­a­mins and use­ful nutri­ents will be pre­served in them as much as pos­si­ble.

The pow­er of the RMC-PM380 is 1000W. The num­ber of auto­mat­ic set­tings it reach­es 14. The bowl is made of alu­minum with DAIKIN non-stick coat­ing. The body is steel. The device has the abil­i­ty to pre-dis­able auto-heat­ing and sound sig­nals. The steam valve and top cov­er are remov­able. The device has 4 lev­els of pro­tec­tion.

There are many pos­i­tive reviews about such a device from Red­mond. Con­sumers like the large vol­ume of the bowl, so you can cook for a fam­i­ly of 3–4 peo­ple at once. The device is mul­ti­func­tion­al and at the same time easy to man­age. It is easy to take care of him. The touch pan­el and the sim­ple yet styl­ish body design make cook­ing more enjoy­able. Dur­ing cook­ing, you can change the time and tem­per­a­ture.

Advantages

  • usable vol­ume of the bowl — 4.2 l;
  • 14 auto­mat­ic pro­grams;
  • remov­able top cov­er and steam valve;
  • it is pos­si­ble to pre-dis­able auto-heat­ing and sound sig­nals;
  • dur­ing cook­ing, you can change the time and tem­per­a­ture;
  • sim­ple yet styl­ish case design.

Flaws

  • takes up a lot of space in a small kitchen.


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