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Amazon has 8-Quart Instant Pot 1200W 7-in-1 Programmable Pressure Cooker (IP-DUO80) on sale for $129. Shipping is free. Thanks cashxx

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Amazon has the Instant Pot DUO80 8 Qt for $129.99. Has been $159.99 for a while now!

https://www.amazon.com/Instant-Po...2Bpot&th=1
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Of course not. We all want to wait 6 hours for the crockpot, said no one ever.
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Regarding 6q vs 8q - here's [hippressurecooking.com]some relevant comments...

I've used both and I find the 8L more difficult to handle. It is taller, so I have a more difficult time seeing the bottom of it when it is on the countertop than I do with the 6L (I'm 5'3″ tall, BTW). It also gives me less space between the top edge and my exhaust vent to work with. Since the inner bowl is wider and taller, too I have to kind of jam it into my dishwasher and instead of taking up 1/4 of the rack like the 6L insert it takes up about 2/3 so I can only fit small things around it – it might be too tall for some dishwashers. I regularly cook for 4 people, sometimes 6 and I can do this easily in the 6L. The only advantage I had with the 8L is that for my school international night I was able to cook my chili recipe x2 in the 8L instead of my usual x1.5 that I can do in the 6L. But this only happens once a year so the rest of the time I'm struggling with using and washing it. If you don't regularly cook for large groups of people (like me) I do not see the advantage of getting the 8L

Also, check out https://www.facebook.com/instantpotrecipes/ for some recipe ideas with Instant Pot.
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Nothing wrong with it, I love mine, but it is 25% smaller. For large families or events.. the 8qt is nice, and seldom goes on sale.
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what's wrong with one that costs 70 bucks?
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what's wrong with one that costs 70 bucks?
Nothing wrong with it, I love mine, but it is 25% smaller. For large families or events.. the 8qt is nice, and seldom goes on sale.
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Nice. My old IP stopped pressurizing so wanted to replace it, bought the new v3 tonight. The 8qt is tempting but I have a relatively small household and the 6qt does fine.
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what's wrong with one that costs 70 bucks?
The one which was on sale at $70 or so on Black Friday was 6 qt size. Thisnis 8 qt which hasn't been on sale.
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When it comes to pressure/slow cookers, bigger is definitely better.
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Wish 6qt was on sale at same as BF @70
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Is it helpful to cook fast meals ?
Of course not. We all want to wait 6 hours for the crockpot, said no one ever.
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Not that cheap as I expected.
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I have the 6qt, would recommend the 8qt. Just making soup or something the 6qt is too small. By the time you add everything like vegetables etc your at the top and its full! Doesn't make much.

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Not that cheap as I expected.
Roughly $30 off. It rarely goes on sale that I know of, I think this is the lowest price its been.
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Is it helpful to cook fast meals ?
I am assuming you meant - Is it helpful in cooking meals faster?
From our experience, yes (our Instant Pot cooking is mostly limited to vegetarian recipes).
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Thank you for posting this! CamelCamelCamel shows this as the lowest price for the 8qt. Feeding family of 7, the 8 qt was a must. Hope it lives up to the hype.
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Regarding 6q vs 8q - here's [hippressurecooking.com]some relevant comments...

I've used both and I find the 8L more difficult to handle. It is taller, so I have a more difficult time seeing the bottom of it when it is on the countertop than I do with the 6L (I'm 5'3″ tall, BTW). It also gives me less space between the top edge and my exhaust vent to work with. Since the inner bowl is wider and taller, too I have to kind of jam it into my dishwasher and instead of taking up 1/4 of the rack like the 6L insert it takes up about 2/3 so I can only fit small things around it – it might be too tall for some dishwashers. I regularly cook for 4 people, sometimes 6 and I can do this easily in the 6L. The only advantage I had with the 8L is that for my school international night I was able to cook my chili recipe x2 in the 8L instead of my usual x1.5 that I can do in the 6L. But this only happens once a year so the rest of the time I'm struggling with using and washing it. If you don't regularly cook for large groups of people (like me) I do not see the advantage of getting the 8L

Also, check out https://www.facebook.com/instantpotrecipes/ for some recipe ideas with Instant Pot.
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