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Instant Pot IP-LUX60 6-in-1 Programmable Pressure Cooker, 6.33 Qt, Latest 3rd Generation Technology, Stainless Steel Cooking Pot and Exterior, Black


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  • 6-in-1 Multi-Functional Cooker (Pressure Cooker, Saute/Browning, Slow Cooker, Rice Cooker, Steamer and Warmer). Large, Easy to Use Control Panel
  • 10 Built-in Smart Programs: Meat/Stew, Saute, Poultry, Soup, Bean/Chili, Congee, Steam, Multigrain, Rice and Slow Cook with 3 Adjustable Modes
  • 10 Proven Safety Mechanisms: UL and ULC Certified, Safe, Convenient and Dependable
  • Delay Cooking Timer: Up to 24-Hour, Automatic Keep-warm, Manual Setting: Up to 120 Minute Cook Time, 3 Temperatures for Saute/Browning and Slow Cook
  • 6L/6.33Qt 3-Ply Bottom Stainless Steel Cooking Pot, Stainless Steel Steaming Rack
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Instant Pot IP-LUX60 6-in-1 Programmable Pressure Cooker, 6.33 Qt, Latest 3rd Generation Technology, Stainless Steel Cooking Pot and Exterior, Black + Instant Pot® Silicone Sealing Ring + Instant Pot® 9-inch Tempered Glass Lid for Electric Pressure Cookers
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 32 x 30 x 26 cm ; 6 Kg
  • Shipping Weight: 7 Kg
  • Item model number: IP-LUX60
  • ASIN: B0073GIN08
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: Feb. 10 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (202 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #40 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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36 of 36 people found the following review helpful By SC on Dec 19 2012
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A few years ago I had bought the Cuisinart electric pressure cooker. I had asked them if the non stick coating was teflon and they told me it was a ceramic non stick coating, to this day I have strong doubts that they may have lied to me to make a sale so the non stick coating had always been a concern to me. As the years went by my Cuisinart electric pressure cooker started falling apart (the top silver handle fell off, the LED display is faulty making numbers unreadable, the printed text on the buttons rubbed off), though still functional, I wanted a new one that's definitely teflon free and not falling apart.

After doing an online search for electric pressure cookers, I found the Instant Pot which is one of the few if not the only one to NOT have a non stick coating. Not only that, but it also works as an automatic rice cooker and slow cooker, has many presets for different foods, and seems to have a better build quality than the Cuisinart. The only minor things I preferred of the Cuisinart are that the lid was insulated and remained relatively cool during operation, whereas the lid of the Instant Pot has no insulating layers and is dangerously hot to the touch while under pressure. Additionally, the Cuisinart had a detachable power cord allowing you to carry the entire device "wirelessly" (though obviously not functional) as a large pot whereas with the Instant Pot the wire is permanently attached.

The manual is very well made, explains every mode in detail, and an additional recipe book gives you the cook time and water ratios for a long list of foods which is very helpful because both the cooking time and water ratio are normally very different for pressure cooking compared to cooking in a non pressurized pot.
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123 of 128 people found the following review helpful By Cocoabear TOP 100 REVIEWER on March 19 2012
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I searched high and low before settling on this electric pressure cooker. It is by far the best product on the market. The interior pot is stainless steel - no non stick coating to flake off into your food. The stainless steel is thick and durable. It cleans very easily. I always wait to review an appliance until I have really had a chance to use it - giving a better review - and so far I have made: steamed corn on the cob, steamed carrots, carrots and turnips, potatoes - once with a roast and once just on their own, chili, pork roast, gravy, quinoa, rice and soup. Everything has turned out exceptionally well with little effort (potatoes only need to be scrubbed and can be cooked whole or cut in half - corn cobs need to be stacked on trivit with a cup and a half of water). This is my first experience with pressure cooking and I really couldn't be more impressed. It is a VERY well thought out product with a lot of high end features. There are a few things to take note of:

1. The steaming vent on the top of the lid (a large black knob) is supposed to be lose and wiggle around very easily. I thought my machine was broken when I first opened it. This knob rises as the steam builds up in the appliance when cooking and does become stiffer once the pot reaches proper cooking pressure. I spent a lot of time trying to research the venting knob to see if the sloppiness was normal and after about an hour of online searching, I figured out that the lid is specifically designed this way. I am hoping this hint will save some other customers a lot of time.

2. Don't cook a recipe that isn't designed for a pressure cooker without converting the recipe first. This might sound silly to an experienced pressure cook - but to a novice it was not. I learned this one the hard way.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Robotron TOP 500 REVIEWER on March 20 2013
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I always wanted a pressure cooker to make broth or reduce my chili cooking time but I never wanted the extra hassle of something else on my stove top to watch...then I found this cooker on sale here at Amazon. After reading many reviews I ordered it and I am glad I did.

My first dish was chili. No major prep or marinade that I normally do I just prepared it all and tossed it in. I set it for 45 minutes and waited. The results were amazing. There was obviously more fluid than I am use to (chili use to be a 4 hour dutch oven process for me) but the flavor was out of this world. Next up was beef stew. Again it turned out amazing and in such a short time. So I went crazy trying every dish I could think of that would work.

•Steel cut oats were outstanding (I used equal parts oats-water-milk).
•Rice was the best I have had. Not dry at all on the bottom.
•Potatoes....yum.
•Hard boiled eggs. Read about this on the internet but I could not get a straight answer so I just went for it. Best I've had and the easiest to peel.
•Veggies. Frozen or raw the flavor stays in them and doesn't cook out of them. Very tasty.
•Beans. I still pre-soak for about 2 hours to get the gas out but in 40-50 minutes you get the best beans I have tasted.

I am now customizing many dishes for people in my family to make. Everything so far has tasted better and has reduced the time management needed for many dishes. I did have one failure. A batch of chili wouldn't seal. I thought my cooker was broken, but it turns out a few corn chips were not broken down enough and they rested on the bottom where they burned and kept the heat from rising. I quick cleaning of the pot and I was in business again. So watch out if it steams and doesn't seal.
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