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Instant Pot IP-DUO60 7-in-1 pressure cooker, 6Qt/1000W $85 like new at Amazon warehouse

lotusgg 10 26 April 30, 2016 at 12:57 AM in Appliances (3) More Amazon Deals
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Last Edited by TattyBear April 30, 2016 at 07:52 AM
Great pressure cooker. Used like new for $85.11 and very good for $80.38, plus tax.
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#3
12 like new remaining now that I got one, glad I held off on the 6 in 1 deal Smilie thanks op!
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#4
Good price. I totally regret not getting this when it was 6x.xx in the warehouse deals a few months ago. I have the 6-in-1 and love it, but I recently visited my parents and saw how they use the yogurt function. WOW. It is easy and cheap to make yogurt in this thing. If you don't have an instant pot, you need one. I love it!!!
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I got this (like new) at 6x dollars a couple of months ago from Amazon. However the product had defects. I had to return... Frown
After seeing that price, I can't bite this even though this is the best pressure cooker yet on the market.
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The 6-in-1 was $46 recently, just doesn't have the yogurt maker. Looked brand new when I received it.
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I bought one when they were priced in the $60s. Only defect were a few shallow puncture marks on the box. I've made beans, chili, pot roast, corned beef, rice, and potatoes so far. At $60ish, it's a steal.

For $85, I'd consider paying an extra $20 for a Fagor Duo 8 quart cooker. It goes on the stove, has more capacity, and takes up a lot less space.

Or, I would consider paying half the price for a 6 in 1 and skip the yogurt setting.

TBH, I barely use the programs. They just set the pressure as High or Low and add some time. You can get things exactly the way you like them using the manual button.
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I was just about to buy a brand new one for $115. Thanks!
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I got one from the last warehouse deal, like-new. It came with a scratch on the inside of the cover the size of a dime. I called Amazon they let me send it back and buy a new one for the same price. How good is that!
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I have an extra brand new one for this model purchased from Amazon(never opened, still sealed). As I got another for a gift, so I don't need this one. Willing to sell it at $100. PM me if you are interested. It am in Bay area, CA.
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Last edited by popomama April 30, 2016 at 10:40 AM
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Fair warning: These electric pressure cookers for some reason (assuming regulations) do NOT get to the same level of pressure as a stove top cooker. They top out noticeably lower which means recipes have to be modified to work with them.
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Quote from fatguypoolshark View Post :
Fair warning: These electric pressure cookers for some reason (assuming regulations) do NOT get to the same level of pressure as a stove top cooker. They top out noticeably lower which means recipes have to be modified to work with them.
Please tell me more; point to a authoritative / creditable source.
I'm in the market for one and want to get off to a good start and not be totally turned off by a bad first early adoption experience.
.... Thanks
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Quote from ss.camaro View Post :
Please tell me more; point to a authoritative / creditable source.
I'm in the market for one and want to get off to a good start and not be totally turned off by a bad first early adoption experience.
.... Thanks
This is true for all electric pressure coockers. See this useful comparison http://www.hippressurecooking.com...e-cookers/
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#14
Wow someone at amazon or ups *really* doesn't like me. This is a "used like new - comes in original pristine packaging" shockingly, I'm not paying $87 for it. Hope the rest of you were *much* luckier. Now to re-activate my deal alert.
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Quote from holysin View Post :
Wow someone at amazon or ups *really* doesn't like me. This is a "used like new - comes in original pristine packaging" shockingly, I'm not paying $87 for it. Hope the rest of you were *much* luckier. Now to re-activate my deal alert.
Holy shitsnacks! OMG
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