Crock-Pot Express Pressure Cooker CSC051, 12-in-1 Programmable Multi-Cooker, Slow Cooker, Steamer and Saute, 5.6L, Stainless £59.99 @ Amazon
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Crock-Pot Express Pressure Cooker CSC051, 12-in-1 Programmable Multi-Cooker, Slow Cooker, Steamer and Saute, 5.6L, Stainless £59.99 @ Amazon

£59.99£89.9933%
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Found 26th Nov 2018
Create tasty, healthy meals up to 70% faster than the traditional oven or hob. Cook a whole chicken in 30 minutes!
4 Ways to cook: pressure cook, slow cook, steam, and brown/sauté. Easy-to-use controls with 8 one-touch programmes for mealtime favourites
Optional manual function and delay timer gives you full control. Auto keep-warm means your dish is ready when you are
Non-stick removable bowl resists stuck-on food for easy cleaning. Large 5.6 litre capacity is perfect for families and entertaining
Airtight locking lid stays sealed under pressure for safety. Accessories includes a steaming rack, stirring spoon and recipe book full of inspiration
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Decent price . Might bite
How does this differ from the instant pot
I tried a cheaper Pressure King Pro first but went for the Instant Pot as per my review which highlights differences worth checking with the Crock-Pot which looks simlar. Go to the link below and scroll down to my review with some pics..

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There is one new one left on Amazon at the moment about £12 cheaper than direct from the Instant Pot site. I got mine on the BF deal for £79
Edited by: "jerrysimon" 26th Nov 2018
blackberry7866 h, 0 m ago

How does this differ from the instant pot


The Instant Pot offers low, medium and high settings for the sauté and slow cooker functions. This Crock Pot offers low and high.

The Instant Pot comes with a good quality stainless steel inner pot. This crock pot one comes with a non-stick coated aluminium one. I think the stainless steel is better as you don't have to worry about it scratching or peeling off over time. You can use any accessory in it without worrying about ruining it. Plus you can buy replacement pots and glass lids etc for the Instant Pot. Last I looked, you couldn't for the crockpot. Even the non stick pot you can buy for the instant pot is better than the one that comes with the crockpot.

I previously bought the crock pot one when it was £59.99 but I sent it back and bought the instant pot . I just think the instant pot is better quality. That's my opinion though. This crock pot is ok for £59.99 but I wouldn't pay more for it.

If you can afford to, buy both and compare. Then send one back. That's what I did.
jerrysimon1 h, 42 m ago

I tried a cheaper Pressure King Pro first but went for the Instant Pot as …I tried a cheaper Pressure King Pro first but went for the Instant Pot as per my review which highlights differences worth checking with the Crock-Pot which looks simlar. Go to the link below and scroll down to my review with some pics..https://www.amazon.co.uk/Instant-Pot-Electric-Pressure-Stainless/product-reviews/B00OP26T4K/ref=cm_cr_getr_d_paging_btm_2?ie=UTF8&reviewerType=all_reviews&pageNumber=2&sortBy=recentThere is one new one left on Amazon at the moment about £12 cheaper than direct from the Instant Pot site. I got mine on the BF deal for £79


Annoyingly I was sat with one in my basket at 11:30pm on Friday night, building an order. I ended up missing out on £79 as with 10-15mins to go the price went up to £119! I contacted them twice on Chat and eventually got £20 voucher, which I have redeemed today against it. Not quite £79 but not far off.
jerrysimon1 h, 45 m ago

I tried a cheaper Pressure King Pro first but went for the Instant Pot as …I tried a cheaper Pressure King Pro first but went for the Instant Pot as per my review which highlights differences worth checking with the Crock-Pot which looks simlar. Go to the link below and scroll down to my review with some pics..https://www.amazon.co.uk/Instant-Pot-Electric-Pressure-Stainless/product-reviews/B00OP26T4K/ref=cm_cr_getr_d_paging_btm_2?ie=UTF8&reviewerType=all_reviews&pageNumber=2&sortBy=recentThere is one new one left on Amazon at the moment about £12 cheaper than direct from the Instant Pot site. I got mine on the BF deal for £79


Don't you think the Pressure King Pro should be a lot cheaper than what it is? The quality is not great at all. I was lucky enough to get the 3L model when it was posted on here for £25. Theres no way I'd pay full price. It's so basic and the pan is poor quality. The large one is £99.99. Yes it's got a lot more functions but it's not worth the price. The Instant Pot is overpriced too but you're right, it's much better quality than the PKP.
Loubou22 m ago

The Instant Pot offers low, medium and high settings for the sauté and …The Instant Pot offers low, medium and high settings for the sauté and slow cooker functions. This Crock Pot offers low and high. The Instant Pot comes with a good quality stainless steel inner pot. This crock pot one comes with a non-stick coated aluminium one. I think the stainless steel is better as you don't have to worry about it scratching or peeling off over time. You can use any accessory in it without worrying about ruining it. Plus you can buy replacement pots and glass lids etc for the Instant Pot. Last I looked, you couldn't for the crockpot. Even the non stick pot you can buy for the instant pot is better than the one that comes with the crockpot. I previously bought the crock pot one when it was £59.99 but I sent it back and bought the instant pot . I just think the instant pot is better quality. That's my opinion though. This crock pot is ok for £59.99 but I wouldn't pay more for it. If you can afford to, buy both and compare. Then send one back. That's what I did.


I’ve bought the instant pot last week. Not yet used it but was wondering if there was much difference. Thank you
Tobeman23 m ago

Annoyingly I was sat with one in my basket at 11:30pm on Friday night, …Annoyingly I was sat with one in my basket at 11:30pm on Friday night, building an order. I ended up missing out on £79 as with 10-15mins to go the price went up to £119! I contacted them twice on Chat and eventually got £20 voucher, which I have redeemed today against it. Not quite £79 but not far off.


Yeah deal of the day is meant to finish at 23:59 but Amazon stopped the Instant Pot one at around 23:30hrs. This was bad. Fair play to you for getting the £20 discount.
blackberry7861 h, 51 m ago

I’ve bought the instant pot last week. Not yet used it but was wondering i …I’ve bought the instant pot last week. Not yet used it but was wondering if there was much difference. Thank you


You'll wonder why you didn't use it sooner. I have an Instant Pot and a Cosori - just love how tasty our meals are now.
The v2 instant pot seems to have steam leak issue, as I have tried the test run with the purchased 79.99 one and a new replacement received. The previous version doesn’t have this issue. Will have to send both back unfortunately
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