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Instant Pot LUX60 6-Quart 6-in-1 Programmable Pressure Cooker (Vintage Floral) EXPIRED

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Walmart.com has Instant Pot LUX60 6-Quart 6-in-1 Programmable Pressure Cooker (Vintage Floral) on sale for $49. Shipping is free. Thanks KalEL5011





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This is The Pioneer Woman model. The Breezy Blossoms color is the only one available. I see options for free next day and 2-day delivery available. Good luck! (First time posting deal)
Walmart # 571311459

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  • Works as a Pressure Cooker, Slow Cooker, Rice Cooker, Steamer, Saute/Browning and Warmer
  • Micro-processor controls 12 programs: Soup, Meat/Stew, Cake, Egg, Saute, Steam, Rice, Porridge, Pressure Cook, Keep Warm, Multigrain and Slow Cook
  • 3-ply bottom 18/8 food-grade 304 stainless steel inner pot is dishwasher safe and eliminates health concerns regarding non-stick coating
  • 3 temperature settings for saute and slow cooker functions, 24-hour delayed start timer, virtually silent with no heat or steam emitted during cooking
https://www.walmart.com/ip/The-Pi...ected=true >Breezy Blossoms Style is OOS, See FP Post for another option
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Repost for third time, I think.
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this is gorgeous
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Got one!! Thanks.
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Good deal! if we didn't already have three different instant pots I'd have to get this purty one!
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Good deal! if we didn't already have three different instant pots I'd have to get this purty one!
You have 3??! You definitely won't go hungry!
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Thinking about jumping on the instapot bandwagon. What's the best size for a family of 2?
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Ordered one for a family member!
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Thinking about jumping on the instapot bandwagon. What's the best size for a family of 2?
You can probably get by with a 3qt, but I would recommend the 6qt if you have the counter space. When making things like soup/stew, might as well make a larger batch and store for later, plus it'll let you cook bigger things, like pot roast, that would be tough in a 3qt. We have the 6qt size for me/wife + 3 young kids. It's about the right size for us but will probably need to jump up to the 8qt as our kids start eating more.
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It's $39.99 at some locations if they still have it in stock.

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Didnt buy into the hype for these types of machines until someone gave me one. They are pretty useful.
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Thinking about jumping on the instapot bandwagon. What's the best size for a family of 2?
For a family of four, a 3 qt and a 6 qt have been really helpful.
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Is there a difference between all the models like this Lux60 vs Viva or duo or whatever else they have?
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If you already own one then this is still a good deal.

The stainless steel pot is $30 on its own. Add another silicon ring for $5 and it looks like a $15 extended warranty. Just another way to look at this.

We have two stainless steel pots, one cooks up some starch and the other the proteins and/or vegetables.
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