Instant pot 6 in 1 now £79 which includes delivery! @ BBC Good Food
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Instant pot 6 in 1 now £79 which includes delivery! @ BBC Good Food

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Found 9th Apr 2016
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Says £79 which includes delivery!
Remember to use code GF162

Seems a bargain?
Like the fact this item uses a STAINLESS STEEL cooking pot and NOT a non stick one.
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Seen this around please check reviews on net not always good. also for another £20 there is a tower cooker that also smokes food as well as pressure cooks.
same price on Costco if any help
Says 'This coupon has expired' when trying to use the code GF162
Crappyfish

Seen this around please check reviews on net not always good. also for … Seen this around please check reviews on net not always good. also for another £20 there is a tower cooker that also smokes food as well as pressure cooks.


I don't know where you got that from, I recently bought the next one up on lightening deal for £10 more and the instant pot range overall has amazing reviews and I scouted around a lot because it's an expensive bit of kit taking up a lot of space in my small kitchen that I needed to be sure I'd use, I struggled to find negative reviews. Only used it once, made Salsa Verde Chicken, ended up being too much liquid so used the saute function at the end to condense the liquid, worked very well.
Sounds really good. Never seen these before. Might check some videos on it.
excellent product as we had 7 In 1 and is using from last 1 year with no problem whatsoever. We purchased it from Amazon with 2 year EU warranty with instant pot.
I have this one. Great bit of kit. It cooks cheaper cuts of meat in stews etc in around 25 mins. My partner did not believe it would work but is now a fan. You can either use is as a slow cooker or pressure cooker. It is low energy consumption and keeps food warm for upto 10 hours when finished cooking so can be ready for coming home from work.

Can recommend enough
It's good but the buttons are useless and all the recipes require pressing manual and then reducing time from 30 mins to say 4 for rice which gets tedious every single time. I'd suggest a more user friendly pot.
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good deal I love mine and use it 3-4 times a week. got mine from Costco. never seen a poor review, don't know what other commenter is talking about.
zebrum

It's good but the buttons are useless and all the recipes require … It's good but the buttons are useless and all the recipes require pressing manual and then reducing time from 30 mins to say 4 for rice which gets tedious every single time. I'd suggest a more user friendly pot.


Not a big deal. I suppose plugging it in is tedious too?
CheapLife

Not a big deal. I suppose plugging it in is tedious too?



Not for me no but my dad can't use it because after you press manual you only have a few seconds to adjust the time before it starts, then he holds the minus button and goes past the time, and then has to press plus and continues like that. A big improvement would be able to set a time for each of the buttons, e.g. Rice to 4 mins, and Casserole to 12 mins, which by the way are the times in the booklet. Or better yet just make the Rice button be 4 mins by default rather then the 30 minutes it is right now.
carltonbp

I don't know where you got that from, I recently bought the next one up … I don't know where you got that from, I recently bought the next one up on lightening deal for £10 more and the instant pot range overall has amazing reviews and I scouted around a lot because it's an expensive bit of kit taking up a lot of space in my small kitchen that I needed to be sure I'd use, I struggled to find negative reviews. Only used it once, made Salsa Verde Chicken, ended up being too much liquid so used the saute function at the end to condense the liquid, worked very well.



​saw the reviews on costco site some were saying they are unreliable and break down. May be I got lucky that's why I bought the Tower one. I also researched sorry about comment but that's what I found when I looked into it. If your happy with it that's all that matters.
zebrum

Not for me no but my dad can't use it because after you press manual you … Not for me no but my dad can't use it because after you press manual you only have a few seconds to adjust the time before it starts, then he holds the minus button and goes past the time, and then has to press plus and continues like that. A big improvement would be able to set a time for each of the buttons, e.g. Rice to 4 mins, and Casserole to 12 mins, which by the way are the times in the booklet. Or better yet just make the Rice button be 4 mins by default rather then the 30 minutes it is right now.



i was being a little facetious, it can be a pain to dial it in sometimes - to go down from 30 or to go up to 120. have you seen the new model in the US that is so customisable it allows you to use an app and you can create custom programmes? that's what you need.
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