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Farberware 6-Quart 7-in-1 Programmable Digital Pressure Cooker - $47.79 - Walmart Store Pick Up Only

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-YMMV- B&M Store Pick Up Only. There are several Walmart's in my area that show $59.00 in store, but I added it to my cart on Walmart.com and paid $47.79 plus tax for pick up at one of my local stores. Sold by Walmart.com.

Farberware 6-Quart Digital Pressure Cooker:Large 6-qt capacity
7 in 1 Programmable - Pressure Cook, Slow Cook, Steam, Simmer, Brown, Sauté and Warm.
LED display with 9 preset functions
Safety pressure release valve
Safety lid lock
Farberware pressure cooker has easy-grip handles


https://www.walmart.com/ip/Farber...r/46543314

Brickseek link for anyone interested, but please note it does appear to be priced higher in store:

https://brickseek.com/walmart-inv...u=46543314
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Need to have price in title. I won't TD, but just a heads up. Proper link for Brickseek helps, too.

http://brickseek.com/walmart-inve...u=46543314
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Need to have price in title. I won't TD, but just a heads up. Proper link for Brickseek helps, too.

http://brickseek.com/walmart-inve...u=46543314
Why would anyone TD for not having the price in the title? Can you not see the price on the app or website without entering the thread? I surely can.

Brickseek link isn't needed, as it shows a higher price in store. This is purchased on Walmart.com and sold by Walmart.com for store pick up only. Walmart.com also shows the stock of the stores and it won't matter if brickseek shows a different quantity. If Walmart.com says 0 in stock, you'll have to try to purchase for pick up at the next store. Brickseek is literally useless for this deal.
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Why would anyone TD for not having the price in the title? Can you not see the price on the app or website without entering the thread? I surely can.
I can't actually; I use slickdeals.net/liveview. I'm not sure how things work for you, but most users seem to like to see a price in the title.
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I can't actually; I use slickdeals.net/liveview. I'm not sure how things work for you, but most users seem to like to see a price in the title.
I had it in the title but it read "In store pick up only $47.79". I thought it may be confusing to some. I'll work on it. Thanks
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Why would anyone TD for not having the price in the title? Can you not see the price on the app or website without entering the thread? I surely can.
You're not new here, you should know that folks want to see the price in the title. When we get notifications (email, popup, whatever), we don't want to have to go to the thread to see if it's worth exploring further. I'm not TD'ing or anything, but I do think it's silly for you to get defensive when you should know better.

Related to the item itself: any 6-quart under $50 is probably a decent deal. I feel like electric pressure cookers have become the hot new thing (despite not being new) and there are a bunch of options out there. I think Instant Pot is good (well-made, reliable, stainless steel inner pot), but I would never pay regular price for it. Many of these other brands probably have the same internals, with just a different control pad and usually with a cheaper aluminum inner pot with non-stick coating.

All of these quick settings are a gimmick and relatively useless (or, rather, for the lazy). You only need a couple of options: mode (pressure/slow/warm/saute), cook time, and delay. If you get a IP DUO, add to that a high/low pressure setting. I don't find the quick buttons to be that helpful (I almost always want to tweak it from default), so I use manual mode more than anything else. And that's where most of these electric pressure cookers are pretty similar.

I personally would not buy a 6-quart model, but I understand that it's perfectly fine for many folks. Realize that you can't actually fill it up to 6 quarts if you're doing something with a lot of liquid (broth, soup, stew, chili, etc). A larger 8-quart model will actually let you make 6 quarts.
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You're not new here, you should know that folks want to see the price in the title. When we get notifications (email, popup, whatever), we don't want to have to go to the thread to see if it's worth exploring further. I'm not TD'ing or anything, but I do think it's silly for you to get defensive when you should know better.

Related to the item itself: any 6-quart under $50 is probably a decent deal. I feel like electric pressure cookers have become the hot new thing (despite not being new) and there are a bunch of options out there. I think Instant Pot is good (well-made, reliable, stainless steel inner pot), but I would never pay regular price for it. Many of these other brands probably have the same internals, with just a different control pad and usually with a cheaper aluminum inner pot with non-stick coating.

All of these quick settings are a gimmick and relatively useless (or, rather, for the lazy). You only need a couple of options: mode (pressure/slow/warm/saute), cook time, and delay. If you get a IP DUO, add to that a high/low pressure setting. I don't find the quick buttons to be that helpful (I almost always want to tweak it from default), so I use manual mode more than anything else. And that's where most of these electric pressure cookers are pretty similar.

I personally would not buy a 6-quart model, but I understand that it's perfectly fine for many folks. Realize that you can't actually fill it up to 6 quarts if you're doing something with a lot of liquid (broth, soup, stew, chili, etc). A larger 8-quart model will actually let you make 6 quarts.
I wasn't defensive, I just thought the mentioning of a TD was silly, asked a question, and then went on to explain how Brickseek didn't assist with this deal (since I'm not new here, figured I'd explain it to them).
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Good deal but heads up that inner pot isn't stainless steel. Hard to complain for around $50 with tax though.
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I wasn't defensive, I just thought the mentioning of a TD was silly, asked a question, and then went on to explain how Brickseek didn't assist with this deal (since I'm not new here, figured I'd explain it to them).
In any case, thanks for putting the price in the title Smilie
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Is the inside pot stainless steel or something else?

*update* Nevermind...answered a couple of posts up.
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Good deal but heads up that inner pot isn't stainless steel. Hard to complain for around $50 with tax though.

Is it ceramic or nonstick or something else?
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Is it ceramic or nonstick or something else?
Looks nonstick from the reviews. Pass.
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So major differences with instapot vs other pressure cooker are the quick button functions, and the inner pot material (ss preferred) otherwise the bigger size the better (for most families) .... anything else? I ask because i accidentally purchased 3 different instapot models on bf... 5qt lux, 5qt duo and 8qt duo, and my grandma said oh i have three pressure cookers in the garage take one... off brands like cooks etc but still free nevertheless. So trying to figure out which to keep haha
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Looks nonstick from the reviews. Pass.
Why do people hate nonstick? I'd prefer nonstick
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Why do people hate nonstick? I'd prefer nonstick
Nonstick is a coating, which can eventually wear off and get into the food. With stainless steel, you know for sure it's safe.
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