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Insignia 6-Quart 1000W Multi-Function Pressure Cooker EXPIRED

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Best Buy.com has Insignia 6-Quart 1000W Multi-Function Pressure Cooker (Stainless Steel/Black NS-PC6SS7) on sale for $39.99. Shipping is free. Thanks jman77

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  • Insignia 6-Quart 1000W Multi-Function Pressure Cooker (NS-PC6SS7)
  • Rice Spoon
  • Soup Spoon
  • Measuring Cup
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Features a 6-quart capacity (ample space for ingredients to prepare large portion) and 1000W of efficient performance power. Offer valid only for September 21, 2017 or while supplies last - Discombobulated

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Best Buy has the Insignia multi-function 6-quart pressure cooker on sale for $39.99. Not available for in-store pick-up, but ships for free. Price applicable only today, September 21.

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/insi...Id=5474800

What's Included:

Insignia NS-PC6SS7
Rice spoon
Soup spoon
Measuring cup

Product Features:


Pressure cooker
Seals in steam to cook food quickly while preserving nutrients and ensuring flavorful results.

6-quart capacity
Provides ample room for ingredients, so you can easily prepare large portions.

Keep-warm function
Allows you to prepare food in advance.

1000W of power
For fast, efficient performance.

Timer
Helps you keep track of cook times.

Cool-touch handle
Helps ensure safe use.

3.3' cord
Offers flexible placement options.
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Last Edited by donwill September 21, 2017 at 03:41 PM
The manual (PDF) [bbystatic.com].

This model is most likely a BestBuy rebrand of the Instant Pot Lux-60.
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Set 3 minutes time on the machine, quick release the steam when the timer goes off... perfect soft boiled eggs. If you want hard boiled do it for 4 minutes. This is a must have in a kitchen IMO.
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Been waiting for this to reappear. Thx
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Set 3 minutes time on the machine, quick release the steam when the timer goes off... perfect soft boiled eggs. If you want hard boiled do it for 4 minutes. This is a must have in a kitchen IMO.
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How does this compare to an Instant Pot?
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Set 3 minutes time on the machine, quick release the steam when the timer goes off... perfect soft boiled eggs. If you want hard boiled do it for 4 minutes. This is a must have in a kitchen IMO.
Or you can get the same result in 4 minutes and 6 minutes respectively at sea level without any pressure cooker.
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Or you can get the same result in 4 minutes and 6 minutes respectively at sea level without any pressure cooker.
Please qualify this for my dumb brain
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Thanks! Had been looking for one with a stainless steel insert rather than teflon!
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How does this compare to an Instant Pot?
I would also like to know
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