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The 6 quart Instant Pot Duo Crisp (pressure cooker with air fryer lid) is again on sale for $79. This is a good deal if you can make use of an electric pressure cooker and smaller capacity air fryer. After the previous sale ended, I recently had to drive to Walmarts in person looking for a location that still had this on sale for $79.


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The Instant Pot Duo Crisp + Air Fryer 6 Quart is the best of all possible worlds. With 11-in-1 functionality, it does everything a regular Instant Pot does. But swap out the pressure cooker lid for the innovative air fryer lid, and you've got a whole new set of cooking techniques available — all fast, easy and at the touch of a button. The pressure cooker lid offers 6 wet cooking functions to quickly pressure cook, sauté, steam, slow cook, sous vide and warm. The Air Fryer lid offers 5 dry cooking functions to quickly air fry, roast, bake, broil and dehydrate. Pressure cooking and air frying both help you save time and cook healthy meals, while roasting and baking with the air fryer lid produces amazing results — without using a lot of energy or heating up your kitchen. Now you can make perfect chicken wings, crispy french fries and onion rings, battered fried vegetables and more the healthy way. The Instant Pot Smart Programs make it fun and easy for anyone — from novice to chef — to prepare great healthy meals fast. And the bright displays, easy-to-use controls and easy-to-read icons that indicate cooking status make selecting programs, and making adjustments simple — even during cooking. Customize the time and temperature selects for total control and save your presets so your favorite meals can be made the way you like them. The Delay Start function ensures dinner is ready when you want it to be, and not before. Cleanup is easy too. Sleek surfaces wipe clean. And the pot, drip pan, cooking tray and basket are all dishwasher safe. Combine space-saving efficiency on your countertop with versatility and say goodbye to your microwave, toaster, slow-cooker, dehydrator and more. This multi-tasking, time-saving, space-saving Instant Pot appliance does it all.
Instant Pot Duo Crisp and Air Fryer, 6 Quart 11-in-1 One-Touch Multi-Use Programmable Pressure Cooker with Air Fryer Lid:
Multi-use pressure cooker with detachable Air Fryer lid quickly pressure cooks, sautés, steams, slow cooks, cooks sous vide, warms, air fries, roasts, bakes, broils and dehydrates
11 Smart Programs put cooking on autopilot with delicious results
Pressure cooker lid offers 6 wet cooking functions: use it to quickly pressure cook, saute, steam, slow cook, sous vide and warm
Air Fryer lid offers 5 dry cooking functions: use it to quickly air fry, roast, bake, broil and dehydrate
Innovative EvenCrisp Technology ensures tender juicy meals with a crisp, golden finish — every time
10+ built-in safety features, including Overheat Protection, Safety Lock and more, ensure safe pressure cooking
Easy-Seal Pressure Cooking Lid automatically sets to seal when locked
Easy to use, easy to clean and easy to store
6-quart capacity makes cooking family-size meals a breeze
Accessories include a multi-level air fryer basket and a dehydrating and broiling tray designed to ensure optimal results time after time
120 Volt 60 Hertz power supply - Please check your voltage if not in North America


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Only thing to note, the air fryer basket (must use when air frying) is much smaller than the pot itself. It is 7.5" across and 5" tall in the six quart model, so you really can't fry big batches of food at once. I hear the eight quart is significantly larger.

Also, for those who plan to sous vide in here, make sure your food isn't touching the bottom of the pot, as it gets hotter than the water bath itself. I only used the feature once so far, and was a little disappointed to find that out.

All things said, this is still a killer price for a killer product, and it was worth the switch from the regular pot to this model.

(Edited fry pot size with correct measurement)

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Been waiting a good deal on instant pot with fryer. Thanks
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Repped! Glad don't have to look in stores with Covid-19 situation!
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Do I need to buy any other attachments? Or every this included related to pressure cooker and air fryer?
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Do I need to buy any other attachments? Or every this included related to pressure cooker and air fryer?
Has everything you need aside from basic kitchen utensils you should already have. Been using it for a week or so - it's great.
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This one or 8qt duo evo plus for $90?
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works just well as a regular air fryer?
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Only thing to note, the air fryer basket (must use when air frying) is much smaller than the pot itself. It is 7.5" across and 5" tall in the six quart model, so you really can't fry big batches of food at once. I hear the eight quart is significantly larger.

Also, for those who plan to sous vide in here, make sure your food isn't touching the bottom of the pot, as it gets hotter than the water bath itself. I only used the feature once so far, and was a little disappointed to find that out.

All things said, this is still a killer price for a killer product, and it was worth the switch from the regular pot to this model.

(Edited fry pot size with correct measurement)
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This one or 8qt duo plus for $90?
Where can I find the 8qt duo plus for $90?
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I missed the earlier deal.
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This one or 8qt duo plus for $90?
Where are you seeing the 8 quart duo w/Air Fryer for $89?
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Only thing to note, the air fryer basket (must use when air frying) is much smaller than the pot itself. It is maybe 6" across in the six quart model, so you really can't fry big batches of food at once. I hear the eight quart is significantly larger.

Also, for those who plan to sous vide in here, make sure your food isn't touching the bottom of the pot, as it gets hotter than the water bath itself. I only used the feature once so far, and was a little disappointed to find that out.

All things said, this is still a killer price for a killer product, and it was worth the switch from the regular pot to this model.
How many wings you think you can reasonably cook at once in this? I've been watching videos and it's hard to tell if they're using 6 or 8 qt. The 8 qt looks friggin' massive and reviews say it's meant for large families or get togethers, and that the 6 qt is reasonable for a 4-5 person family. I'd like to try the fryer for wings when we make pizza with our mixer we just bought this summer, but if it's not going to make at least a dozen for the three of us I may want to go larger. I'm torn between 6 being too small and 8 being way too big. It's also a $50 difference.
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