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Instant Pot Duo 7-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker - £69.99 Sold by Instant Pot UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Instant Pot Duo 7-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker - £69.99 Sold by Instant Pot UK and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Posted 11th Apr

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  • Please note that all text on this product is in English
  • No more rattles and hisses, no more adjusting the heat to regulate pressure because the Instant Pot Duo does it for you
  • Duo is a 7-in-1 multi-functional Cooker, pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, saute/browning, yoghurt maker, steamer & warmer
  • Large, easy to use control panel with 14 built-in programs, dual pressure, automatic keep-warm and 3 temperatures for saute 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, recipe book and cooking time tables. Uk and EU power cables
  • This latest version of the Duo has a 4 hrs pressure cooking time and the ability to disable the audible alarms and auto keep warm function
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Nice. Now all I need is some food to put in it?
Same price on the direct website (instantly.co.uk)
I think that the sage is better
skgwho11/04/2020 18:10

What's that?


Fast slow cooker Pro. The one pot needs a separate lid to slow cook.
Mrs makes great food with our one.
grinnaslee11/04/2020 18:13

Fast slow cooker Pro. The one pot needs a separate lid to slow cook.


One pot? The instant pot can slow cook with the normal lid, if that's what you're talking about
These are great. Worth the cost
Noticed from searching there was a "Smart" version of the Instant Pot. Not sure if it's best to pay abit more for the smart version?!. Either way, these seem like a good buy imho .
Thanks OP.
(Anyone) How does this compare to the Ninja Foodi OP300UK ??
Edited by: "steve765" 11th Apr
Brilliant pot, just has lovely ribs cooked in ours tonight, yum. Recommended.
Really good value for the 6 quart.

Love my instant pot.
steve76511/04/2020 18:46

Thanks OP. (Anyone) How does this compare to the Ninja Foodi OP300UK ??


The Ninja Foodi is supposed to be an impressive piece of kit, but you won't get it for anywhere near £70.
kebabthief11/04/2020 19:17

The Ninja Foodi is supposed to be an impressive piece of kit, but you …The Ninja Foodi is supposed to be an impressive piece of kit, but you won't get it for anywhere near £70.


Ninja Foodi is more than 2x expensive yes but it gets really good reviews. This gets mixed reviews.
Edited by: "steve765" 11th Apr
There seem to be loads of Instant Pots now, but there's one you can use as a sous vide - that would be the one I'd want.
grinnaslee11/04/2020 18:13

Fast slow cooker Pro. The one pot needs a separate lid to slow cook.


This is the Instant Pot and it has a slow cook function. I have the larger one and its great.

Most recipes around these type of cooker are based on Instant Pot Timings
grinnaslee11/04/2020 18:13

Fast slow cooker Pro. The one pot needs a separate lid to slow cook.

No it doesn't you Can use the lid that came with it with vent open , or any saucepan lid that fits
steve76511/04/2020 19:25

Ninja Foodi is more than 2x expensive yes but it gets really good reviews. …Ninja Foodi is more than 2x expensive yes but it gets really good reviews. This gets mixed reviews.


Mixed reviews? For the official instant pot? OK, I'll take your word for it. We've had ours for over two years and absolutely swear by it. Really couldn't be without it.
grinnaslee11/04/2020 18:08

I think that the sage is better


It is around twice the price too
Cheers OP ... Another £78 I didn't need to spend but couldn't resist it ... I like a lot of spare ribs and this should cook them quick and tender. ( I went for the optional 3 year breakdown and accidental damage cover for £8.78 which I thought was worth it )
Hmmm, after something like this. I tend to try to buy the best rather than the cheapest.

From what i see on the Amazon reviews, the Sage one "looks" good, but over 1 in 10 of the reviews give me cause for concern (I mean, the lack of knowledge from their customer service seems like a no-no to me).

The Ninja Foodi (OOS at the moment) looks HUGE!

Anyone else have this particular Instant Pot and can comment?

Looking to cook rice, maybe 3 portions, bit of slow cooking but mostly the pressure cooking I would think.
I like how it advertises/brags about a 4hr pressure cooking time... A whole pork shoulder will be falling apart ready for pulled pork in 45-60 minutes, so I imagine after 4 hours it will basically be crude oil.
Edited by: "SirSpanky" 11th Apr
meherenow11/04/2020 21:27

Anyone else have this particular Instant Pot and can comment? Looking to …Anyone else have this particular Instant Pot and can comment? Looking to cook rice, maybe 3 portions, bit of slow cooking but mostly the pressure cooking I would think.


I have this model, and it's revolutionised my cooking. Fantastic for rice, but not so good for slow cooking. That said, with a pressure cooker like this there's not much reason to use a slow cooker anyway - pressure cooking achieves pretty much the same thing better in a fraction of the time.
SirSpanky11/04/2020 23:16

I like how it advertises/brags about a 4hr pressure cooking time... A …I like how it advertises/brags about a 4hr pressure cooking time... A whole pork shoulder will be falling apart ready for pulled pork in 45-60 minutes, so I imagine after 4 hours it will basically be crude oil.



Delicious crude oil though.
jfhopkin11/04/2020 23:36

I have this model, and it's revolutionised my cooking. Fantastic for rice, …I have this model, and it's revolutionised my cooking. Fantastic for rice, but not so good for slow cooking. That said, with a pressure cooker like this there's not much reason to use a slow cooker anyway - pressure cooking achieves pretty much the same thing better in a fraction of the time.



Sounds good.

I have the Tefal 8 in 1 just now - a great slow cooker, but terrible for rice - at least for 2-3 portions, the instructions only give way for more portions and I could never manage to get the reduction right without it sticking or being too "wet".
meherenow11/04/2020 21:27

Hmmm, after something like this. I tend to try to buy the best rather …Hmmm, after something like this. I tend to try to buy the best rather than the cheapest.From what i see on the Amazon reviews, the Sage one "looks" good, but over 1 in 10 of the reviews give me cause for concern (I mean, the lack of knowledge from their customer service seems like a no-no to me).The Ninja Foodi (OOS at the moment) looks HUGE!Anyone else have this particular Instant Pot and can comment?Looking to cook rice, maybe 3 portions, bit of slow cooking but mostly the pressure cooking I would think.


I had the Sage and loved it but unfortunately it stopped heating up after using it for 2.5 years. Luckily it had a 3 year guarantee so had option of replacement or refund, chose the refund and invested in the larger Ninja Foodi which has been good so far. All the Ninja ones seem to be full price right now though.
steve76511/04/2020 18:46

Thanks OP. (Anyone) How does this compare to the Ninja Foodi OP300UK ??


The Ninja Foodi does what the Instant Pot does but it also grills, air fries, roasts/bakes. So you can pressure cook something then air fry/crisp it in the same container. Less washing up and more convenient. This Instant Pot does not do any of those things. The Ninja Foodi Max version also has a yoghurt making function and a dehydrate function on top of the other functions that I mentioned.

The one thing that is better about the Instant Pot, in my opinion, is that the pot you cook in is stainless steel. This means that you can use any utensil in it and scrub it with a scouring pad etc. The Ninja Foodi pot is ceramic coated non-stick and you have to be really careful with it. On the plus side, nothing sticks whereas some foods stick in the Instant Pot.

I have an Instant Pot and the Ninja Foodi Max. They are both good, just depends on what functions you want and how much you want to spend.
meherenow11/04/2020 21:27

Hmmm, after something like this. I tend to try to buy the best rather …Hmmm, after something like this. I tend to try to buy the best rather than the cheapest.From what i see on the Amazon reviews, the Sage one "looks" good, but over 1 in 10 of the reviews give me cause for concern (I mean, the lack of knowledge from their customer service seems like a no-no to me).The Ninja Foodi (OOS at the moment) looks HUGE!Anyone else have this particular Instant Pot and can comment?Looking to cook rice, maybe 3 portions, bit of slow cooking but mostly the pressure cooking I would think.


I have one and love it for cooking rice dishes especially chicken/ prawn biryani.
I believeSage got the best review on WHICH. If money were no object and you are sure you will use it often, I would probably buy the Sage (price drops to around £100 sometimes and it looks better).

I got a Power Quick Pot (£40 JML - no longer available) which has all the functionality as the Instant pot and you can use all the same recipes. They are all quite bulky and whilst cooking time may be 8 mins it will probably take 10 mins to reach pressure plus all the prep time so none of them are exactly “instant” (about 45 mins to make a risotto but they do make great risottos)

Amazon and John Lewis (even Wilko) have their own cheaper versions of this and there is the Pressure King Pro, so worth having a look at some of the other options...
Edited by: "gari189" 12th Apr
Wow, this surpassed my 8L deal which is £10 more. I guess 8L just a bit too big.
meherenow11/04/2020 21:27

Hmmm, after something like this. I tend to try to buy the best rather …Hmmm, after something like this. I tend to try to buy the best rather than the cheapest.From what i see on the Amazon reviews, the Sage one "looks" good, but over 1 in 10 of the reviews give me cause for concern (I mean, the lack of knowledge from their customer service seems like a no-no to me).The Ninja Foodi (OOS at the moment) looks HUGE!Anyone else have this particular Instant Pot and can comment?Looking to cook rice, maybe 3 portions, bit of slow cooking but mostly the pressure cooking I would think.


I have a 6l one used daily. And an 8l one. Better buuld than the lesaer known models
I don't have this brand but would seriously recommend pressure cooker
Loubou12/04/2020 01:31

The Ninja Foodi does what the Instant Pot does but it also grills, air …The Ninja Foodi does what the Instant Pot does but it also grills, air fries, roasts/bakes. So you can pressure cook something then air fry/crisp it in the same container. Less washing up and more convenient. This Instant Pot does not do any of those things. The Ninja Foodi Max version also has a yoghurt making function and a dehydrate function on top of the other functions that I mentioned. The one thing that is better about the Instant Pot, in my opinion, is that the pot you cook in is stainless steel. This means that you can use any utensil in it and scrub it with a scouring pad etc. The Ninja Foodi pot is ceramic coated non-stick and you have to be really careful with it. On the plus side, nothing sticks whereas some foods stick in the Instant Pot. I have an Instant Pot and the Ninja Foodi Max. They are both good, just depends on what functions you want and how much you want to spend.



I’ve already got one of the Philips Air Fryers, but don’t have much space for both that and an Instant Pot. Do you think the Ninja can really replace a traditional air fryer? I’ve always wanted an Instant Pot but never had the space for it
AzNDeals12/04/2020 17:13

I’ve already got one of the Philips Air Fryers, but don’t have much space f …I’ve already got one of the Philips Air Fryers, but don’t have much space for both that and an Instant Pot. Do you think the Ninja can really replace a traditional air fryer? I’ve always wanted an Instant Pot but never had the space for it


I'll be honest with you. When I bought my Ninja Foodi Max, I thought I'd be able to get rid of my air fryer. I haven't though. I've kept my air fryer as I prefer it. That's just me though. I know other Ninja Foodi folks who love air frying in their Foodi. If you're on Facebook, I suggest joining some Ninja Foodi groups and asking on there. You'll get a more varied response. You could always get the Ninja and try it out and send it back if you don't like it. If you buy direct from Ninja, they have a 30 day money back guarantee. I think it is 30 days. Don't get rid of your Philips air fryer until you've tried the Ninja first.
Loubou12/04/2020 17:23

I'll be honest with you. When I bought my Ninja Foodi Max, I thought I'd …I'll be honest with you. When I bought my Ninja Foodi Max, I thought I'd be able to get rid of my air fryer. I haven't though. I've kept my air fryer as I prefer it. That's just me though. I know other Ninja Foodi folks who love air frying in their Foodi. If you're on Facebook, I suggest joining some Ninja Foodi groups and asking on there. You'll get a more varied response. You could always get the Ninja and try it out and send it back if you don't like it. If you buy direct from Ninja, they have a 30 day money back guarantee. I think it is 30 days. Don't get rid of your Philips air fryer until you've tried the Ninja first.


Ah, thanks for your response, it’s much appreciated
Problem is, I’m wanting the Max model but from what I can tell, it’s OOS nationally so I haven’t the slightest clue of when it’ll be back. I’ll definitely check out some Facebook groups and ask; if general consensus comes that it won’t replace my air fryer, then I might just buy an Instant Pot now instead of waiting for god knows how long and just pocket the spare change
AzNDeals12/04/2020 17:33

Ah, thanks for your response, it’s much appreciated Problem is, I’m wa …Ah, thanks for your response, it’s much appreciated Problem is, I’m wanting the Max model but from what I can tell, it’s OOS nationally so I haven’t the slightest clue of when it’ll be back. I’ll definitely check out some Facebook groups and ask; if general consensus comes that it won’t replace my air fryer, then I might just buy an Instant Pot now instead of waiting for god knows how long and just pocket the spare change


Yeah, a lot of kitchen gadgets are sold out at the moment due to everyone being on lockdown and having to cook. Plus the suppliers might not be getting the items as easily from abroad. They will come back in stock eventually though.

This is a good Ninja FB group to join. It is UK too.

m.facebook.com/gro…oup
Loubou12/04/2020 18:37

Yeah, a lot of kitchen gadgets are sold out at the moment due to everyone …Yeah, a lot of kitchen gadgets are sold out at the moment due to everyone being on lockdown and having to cook. Plus the suppliers might not be getting the items as easily from abroad. They will come back in stock eventually though. This is a good Ninja FB group to join. It is UK too. https://m.facebook.com/groups/2302402339806388/?ref=group_header&view=group


Haha, a lot of everything seems to be sold out at the moment Hopefully I’ll be able to nab one as soon as they come back in stock
Does anyone know how the Bertelin Digi Cooker (amazon.co.uk/dp/…3GW) compares to this? It has the Sous Vide function and cheaper than the instant pot.
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