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This is a good price on a highly rated off brand cooker. (4.6 Stars From 118 Customers)

Usually sells for $80

Model: GPC625
SKU: 6131405

Link: https://www.bestbuy.com/site/gour...Id=6131405
  • Seals in steam to cook food quickly while preserving nutrients and ensuring flavorful results. This versatile device can also slow cook, saute/brown and steam.
  • Provides ample room for ingredients, so you can easily prepare large portions.
  • With a 24-hour delay timer and keep warm mode.
  • 13-in-1 design
  • With presets to steam, saute, slow cook and more.
  • Helps you keep track of cook times.
  • Secure Lock technology
  • Air-tight lid features a 12 level safety system, remaining firmly locked into place until internal pressure reaches safe levels to open.
  • Included recipes
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I see no real reason to spend almost 2x on basically just a name (Insta Pot and what ever), so I went ahead and got a couple of these. Reviews seem pretty good.
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I see no real reason to spend almost 2x on basically just a name (Insta Pot and what ever), so I went ahead and got a couple of these. Reviews seem pretty good.
Not sure on this model, but it looks like the controls are like the one I have.

The benefit of the more expensive models is being able to set the temp, pressure and cook time exactly where you want it.

Mine is a pain because it has one slow cook setting (low) and one pressure setting (Medium pressure, hot).
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I know nothing of this brand but I got a Gourmia AirFryer from BB and I am seriously impressed in its build quality compared to the $180 one my friend got.
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I know nothing of this brand but I got a Gourmia AirFryer from BB and I am seriously impressed in its build quality compared to the $180 one my friend got.
the gourmia airfryer i got from BB i felt like was made of dumpster recycled plastic glued together. it functions but man is ti built like garbage.
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I see no real reason to spend almost 2x on basically just a name (Insta Pot and what ever), so I went ahead and got a couple of these. Reviews seem pretty good.
The 6qt Instant Pot Lux is just $10 more at Amazon....https://www.amazon.com/Instant-Po...fab57c0INT

I have two Gourmia Air fryers but for pressure cooking, I'd trust the pioneer and tested brand Instant Pot.....had our Duo 6 QT since 2014 and still looks new & works like a champ.....grabbed an smaller 3qt Duo from Amazon open box for just $32 for cooking Basmati Rice & soup.
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I'll just spend that 20 bucks on some meat to cook in it. nod

First pressure cooker we've had and not sure how much I need to adjust the temp, pressure and what not, so we'll experiment with this one and if it works, fine.

From what I've read so far, I think it'll be just fine. If not, we'll look for something else.
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I bought a Gourmia electric kettle a couple years ago and it broke after a few months. I contacted them about it and they promptly replaced it at no cost.

The replacement unit's lid broke after another year of use and I'm well outside of the warranty window, so I haven't tried getting it replaced again.

I had a good experience with customer service, but I wouldn't say their products are made to last.
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I know nothing of this brand but I got a Gourmia AirFryer from BB and I am seriously impressed in its build quality compared to the $180 one my friend got.
My 6 quart Gourmia air fryer is pretty sturdy, IMO. I cooked a 6 lb chicken in it! Had to use two hands with oven mitts to take the chicken out in the tray, mainly because it was a heavy chicken. The plastic front is only decoration.
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Non stick inner vessel. The instant pot stainless steel vessel is not compatible with this one as in the instant pots stainless steel pot is slightly shallower than this one by a millimeter or 2. This prevents from steam building up (and leaking out from the lid). If you are fine with non-stick this is a great pressure cooker just as good as IP except they cheapened on the inner cooking vessel.
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Like chemicals in your food? Inner pot looks to be Teflon-coated.Instant Pot is stainless steel.
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would you be able to leave home with it on? ty
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Avoid non-stick cooking inner pots as much as possible. Health risks outweigh the discounts on the price.
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I'm with the previous two posters. Teflon is a known carcinogen. I wouldn't want that in a pan — especially in a pressure cooker.
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