Should I buy an Instant Pot?

Should I buy an Instant Pot?

Instant Pot 6QT Duo

Instant Pot is an electric pressure cooker that has consistently held the best seller position for many years now.

So what else must you consider before buying an Instant Pot?

3 important reasons

  • You can replace many appliances, all currently doing what the Instant Pot can do.
    • Instant Pot is a Pressure Cooker, Slow Cooker, Steamer, Rice Cooker and Yogurt Maker.
  • You have adequate counter space.
    • The Instant Pot is not small in size. Make sure you have space on your counter, one that is also close to a power outlet.
      • You must have at least 15″ x 15″ x 15″ of free counter space.
  • You believe conventional pressure cookers to be unsafe and require a safer alternative.
    • Instant Pot is very safe. It has the following safety features.
      • Leaky Lid Detection
      • Anti-Block Shield
      •  Steam Release
      • Safety Lid Lock
      • Automatic Pressure Control
      • Electrical Fuse
      • Lid Position Detection
      • Automatic Temperature Control
      • Overheat (Burn) Protection
      • Thermal Fuse

Other important tips

Be sure to get the right size for your family. Get the 8QT model only if you have a large family. For a family of 3-5 people, get the 6QT model.

To keep up with recent smart home trends, buy the Smart WiFi Instant Pot version.You must download the Smart Cooker app to control this Instant Pot.

Pictures of a heavily used 6QT Instant Pot Duo cooker.

Buy one now!

 

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