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Walmart Black Friday: Instant Pot 8-Qt Pressure Cooker for $59.00

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Walmart [walmart.com] has Instant Pot 8-Qt Pressure Cooker for $59.00

Note: This deal was created from the Black Friday ad.

Begins Wednesday 11/21 online at 10pm ET and in-store Thursday 11/22 at 6pm through all day Friday 11/23. Some states closed on Thanksgiving.

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Category: Small Appliances, Kitchenware & Cookware
Brands: Instant Pot
Available: Online and In-Store
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I'm holding out for one with more features. This is kinda entry level. Not a bad price though.
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I know its for Black Friday but all the link does is take you to the walmart website.
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I'm holding out for one with more features. This is kinda entry level. Not a bad price though.
Then you can go Kohls - Black Friday deals $99.99 ( comes with $15 Kohls cash) - Instant pot Ultra
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Why is this stuff getting posted when you can't even buy it yet?

I appreciate the heads up - bookmarking these deals
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I'm holding out for one with more features. This is kinda entry level. Not a bad price though.
Whats the diff between entry level vs Ultra?
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Whats the diff between entry level vs Ultra?
The Ultra allows a lot more granular control over temperature, can cook without pressure (for stuff like sous vide but with no water circulation), higher power heating element, better lid design, better controls, etc. The price difference is often not large enough to justify skimping IMHO.
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The Ultra allows a lot more granular control over temperature, can cook without pressure (for stuff like sous vide but with no water circulation), higher power heating element, better lid design, better controls, etc. The price difference is often not large enough to justify skimping IMHO.
I was curious about the sous vide feature when it was announced, but the reviews for that feature has not been very positive. Best to stick with immersion circulators.
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I was curious about the sous vide feature when it was announced, but the reviews for that feature has not been very positive. Best to stick with immersion circulators.
I've used it a few times for steaks, and it works fine as long as the user has understanding of how sous vide is supposed to work. But it certainly isn't a perfect replacement for an actual sous vide device. That said, I almost never sous vide anything (including steaks), so I don't care too much. But yeah, don't buy if you intend it to be a replacement for a circulator. The improvements the Ultra has go far beyond the pseudo sous vide feature.
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I have the Ultra and love it. I don't have anything to compare it to, but the features all work exactly as I would expect them to. And I've sous vide steak and chicken with it and it's turned out amazing.
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Too bad this isn't at least the DUO instead of the LUX. Still a good deal if you need an 8qt instant pot. Thanks for the heads up OP but I think I might wait on a deal on 6qt+ DUO/Ultra.
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Im looking to replace a standard old style slow cooker would this be worth it, or should I try to find the ultra?
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The Ultra allows a lot more granular control over temperature, can cook without pressure (for stuff like sous vide but with no water circulation), higher power heating element...
8 quart Lux and Ultra both have 1200W heating elements
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8 quart Lux and Ultra both have 1200W heating elements
With Ultra, you can set a specific temperature within a range and "control in pressure and nonpressure cooking." Also, steam release functions are different. Safer with Ulra, fingers don't get burned.
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