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Instant Pot 80 Duo 8L / 8Q Electric Multi Function Cooker, Stainless Steel, 1200 W, 8 liters £79.99 @ Amazon
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Instant Pot 80 Duo 8L / 8Q Electric Multi Function Cooker, Stainless Steel, 1200 W, 8 liters £79.99 @ Amazon

£79.99£96.9918%Amazon Deals
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Posted 7th Jan

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This seems to be fluctuating in price between £79.99 and £99.99.

Was last £79.99 on boxing day, back down to it today, cheapest price according to CamelCamelCamel

Note this is the larger 8L model

  • No more rattles and hisses, no more adjusting the heat to regulate pressure because the Instant Pot Duo does it for you
  • Instant Pot Duo 8 litre/ is a 7-in-1 multi-functional smart Cooker, pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, sauté, yoghurt maker, steamer and warmer
  • Large, easy to use control panel with 14 built-in programs, dual pressure, automatic keep-warm and 3 temperatures for sauté and slow cook
  • 10 proven safety mechanisms; highly energy efficient and kitchen friendly emitting hardly any noise, heat or steam
  • 3-Ply base Stainless steel cooking pot, steam rack, manual. Features ability to program silent mode and to turn off auto keep warm
  • Ships with 2 power cables, a 3 pin UK plugged one and a 2 pin EU Schuko one.
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Great find op. Larger 8L great for batch cooking or for a large family/parties etc.
Got this last time it dropped, it's good!
Was only looking at these last night and thought I'd wait for the price to drop. Result. Just ordered!
Got the 5.7L one for £70 around mid last year. Even that's big and serves over 5 people with ease! This must be a monster
What size would feed a family of 4 or large cuts of meat?
grinnaslee07/01/2020 12:35

What size would feed a family of 4 or large cuts of meat?


I got a 5 litre pressure cooker and it is fine for the 4 of us. I've only been using a pressure cooker since Christmas and it is a great addition to the kitchen.
grinnaslee07/01/2020 12:35

What size would feed a family of 4 or large cuts of meat?


If you do multiple things in layers I would recommend the 8L if you have the space.
ordered yesterday for £99...
xlinefool07/01/2020 13:01

ordered yesterday for £99...


If from Amazon, maybe worth contacting them over the chat to see if they will refund the difference. Either that or re-order and return the initial one
grinnaslee07/01/2020 12:35

What size would feed a family of 4 or large cuts of meat?


Get this one! I have the smaller 5.7 (brought for about £60) just for myself and it can cook enough to feed me for days. I can only imagine that this 8l one will have plenty of room inside to cook very tasty meals for your whole family.
grinnaslee07/01/2020 12:35

What size would feed a family of 4 or large cuts of meat?


I use both 6l and 8l. For 4 hungry adults 6l only just big enough. Go for 8 if you have space
Edited by: "999kernow" 7th Jan
jonpiercy107/01/2020 13:11

Get this one! I have the smaller 5.7 (brought for about £60) just for …Get this one! I have the smaller 5.7 (brought for about £60) just for myself and it can cook enough to feed me for days. I can only imagine that this 8l one will have plenty of room inside to cook very tasty meals for your whole family.


Great thanks for the advice
Is the Sage the Fast Slow Cooker Pro worth the extra, for a 6 litre @ £119?
Edited by: "grinnaslee" 7th Jan
Any advice? I live alone, and never really cook for others. I do have space in my kitchen though. Should I just go for this 8L version since its on offer, and in case I ever need the extra size, or would the smaller ones actually be better for me (ie would they cook my one-person meals faster?).
Looks like this has succumbed to economic pressure
shadders13907/01/2020 19:08

Any advice? I live alone, and never really cook for others. I do have …Any advice? I live alone, and never really cook for others. I do have space in my kitchen though. Should I just go for this 8L version since its on offer, and in case I ever need the extra size, or would the smaller ones actually be better for me (ie would they cook my one-person meals faster?).


I just cancelled my order. I want enough to feed 4 and the 6 litre one would be plenty big enough.
grinnaslee07/01/2020 14:09

Is the Sage the Fast Slow Cooker Pro worth the extra, for a 6 litre @ £119?


I have the Sage and it is well designed and well built but if the ninja foodi had been around at the time I probably would’ve gone for that at similar money.
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