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Instant Pot Duo V2 7-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker, 6 Qt, 5.7L 1000 W, Brushed Stainless £69.99 at Amazon Treasure Truck
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Instant Pot Duo V2 7-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker, 6 Qt, 5.7L 1000 W, Brushed Stainless £69.99 at Amazon Treasure Truck

£69.99£89.9922%Amazon Deals
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Posted 28th Oct

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EDIT: Lots of people want to know where the deal locations are. Please:
1) go to this link: amazon.co.uk/tre…uck
2) "Showing offers Near" or choose the postcode option to see whats available near you


First time treasure truckers can get a further £5 off this order


Copying and pasting this, first time poster so let me know if you see mistakes:

Description
Instant Pot Duo is a 7 in 1 automatic Electric Pressure Cooker that speeds up cooking by 2-6 times and uses up to 70% less energy and, above all, produces nutritious healthy food in a convenient and consistent fashion.

Instant Pot Duo functions as a 'twin pressure' pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, steamer, saute, yogurt maker and warmer all in 1. It has 14 built-in smart programs (Soup, Meat/Stew, Bean/Chili, Poultry, Saute, Steam, Rice, Porridge, Multigrain, Slow Cook, Keep-Warm, Yogurt, Pasteurise and Fermenting) cook your favourite dishes with the press of a button whilst you get on with other things.

A 24-hour timer allows for delayed cooking. Automatic keep-warm holds the temperature of the food until you serve it for up to 10 hours.

Instant Pot generates almost no noise and leaks no steam. It traps all the aromas in the food without heating up the kitchen. The slim body design has smaller foot print and lid holders for both left and right handed users. The brushed stainless steel exterior is finger print resistant.

Duo uses the 3rd generation technology with an embedded microprocessor, which monitors the pressure and temperature, keeps time and adjusts heating intensity and protects you with 10 proven safety mechanisms and patented technologies.

Features
  • 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 and 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
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28 Comments
What is “treasure truck”? Deals only available to select cities / areas?
Great multicooking system
I love mine.
Patty3728/10/2019 13:47

What is “treasure truck”? Deals only available to select cities / areas?


Hey Patty, Yeah Amazon has a Service called treasure truck which pop up near some places (should be able to find out via amazon site where they are)


They have special deals only available via the truck. You order, then you pick up. Unfortunately, if you're not by a truck then you wont be able to get this deal
Get the ninja foodi much better
You beat me to it. Cracking deal!:)
Patty3728/10/2019 13:47

What is “treasure truck”? Deals only available to select cities / areas?


Yes
great price, but where's the truck ? which city / place ?
pr2thej28/10/2019 14:35

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i'm in London, so Looks like Country Wide
At the moment i use a slow cooker that i bought a while ago, but the amount of steam it produces in the kitchen i have to leave the cooker hood to extract the amount of steam is produces while using so hardly ever use now. Does this really 'leaks no steam' ? or would i have to have cooker hood on all day to extract the steam? Thankyou
heat added op
jane3428/10/2019 14:53

At the moment i use a slow cooker that i bought a while ago, but the …At the moment i use a slow cooker that i bought a while ago, but the amount of steam it produces in the kitchen i have to leave the cooker hood to extract the amount of steam is produces while using so hardly ever use now. Does this really 'leaks no steam' ? or would i have to have cooker hood on all day to extract the steam? Thankyou


Did some research just for you buddy. This is a pressure cooker which also has Slow Cooker functionality


The lid needs to be sealed tight for there to be a build up of pressure. If it still leaks, then your cooker is fundamentally broken.

You can come to this conclusion by using common sense but here is a link that says the same:
kitchensnitches.com/why…ak/


Definitely do your research but I would say it wont leak unless its broken in which case, I'm hoping Amazon, in their generous spirit, will allow you to return it
jane3428/10/2019 14:53

At the moment i use a slow cooker that i bought a while ago, but the …At the moment i use a slow cooker that i bought a while ago, but the amount of steam it produces in the kitchen i have to leave the cooker hood to extract the amount of steam is produces while using so hardly ever use now. Does this really 'leaks no steam' ? or would i have to have cooker hood on all day to extract the steam? Thankyou


I've never known a slow cooker to leak loads of steam because the lid stops it escaping, But a traditional pressure cooker does chuck out steam if the gas/electric cooker is set too high, These instant pot pressure cookers are silent in operation and don't hiss or leak any steam during use.
I also bought the sit on see through glass lid for when I'm just slow cooking and it never leaks any steam it just condenses on the inside of the lid, so when you lift the lid up you need to tilt it over the cooking food so it drips back into the pot.
Edited by: "porsche911turbo" 28th Oct
Had one for a while and discover new things to cook in it every day, my favourite though is rice, 1 button press and forget it, come back and perfect rice every time.
There's loads of recipes online for the instant pot and a massive community on Facebook to give you ideas.
Abiraj_Anpalagan28/10/2019 15:20

The lid needs to be sealed tight for there to be a build up of pressure


When using it in slow cooker mode there's no build up of pressure and the lid isn't sealed. But it doesn't leak much steam in that mode. When using it in pressure mode, there's a LOT of steam given out if you use "quick pressure release" (QPR), but not much if you allow the pressure to dissipate naturally, which takes anywhere from 15-50 minutes depending on what and how much you're cooking. So you'd only need an extractor fan if using QPR
phantele28/10/2019 15:36

Not available in Newcastle nor Durham


I'm Sorry for your Loss
Abiraj_Anpalagan28/10/2019 15:20

Did some research just for you buddy. This is a pressure cooker which also …Did some research just for you buddy. This is a pressure cooker which also has Slow Cooker functionalityThe lid needs to be sealed tight for there to be a build up of pressure. If it still leaks, then your cooker is fundamentally broken. You can come to this conclusion by using common sense but here is a link that says the same:https://kitchensnitches.com/why-does-my-pressure-cooker-leak/Definitely do your research but I would say it wont leak unless its broken in which case, I'm hoping Amazon, in their generous spirit, will allow you to return it



Thankyou :-)
Abiraj_Anpalagan28/10/2019 14:47

i'm in London, so Looks like Country Wide


Not available in Manchester. Kinda sucks as I've had an instant pot alert set up for months now.
Makaijin28/10/2019 16:07

Not available in Manchester. Kinda sucks as I've had an instant pot alert …Not available in Manchester. Kinda sucks as I've had an instant pot alert set up for months now.


They will be on Black Friday for around this price I can almost guarantee it!
jane3428/10/2019 14:53

At the moment i use a slow cooker that i bought a while ago, but the …At the moment i use a slow cooker that i bought a while ago, but the amount of steam it produces in the kitchen i have to leave the cooker hood to extract the amount of steam is produces while using so hardly ever use now. Does this really 'leaks no steam' ? or would i have to have cooker hood on all day to extract the steam? Thankyou


The slow cooker produces steam based on the temp setting (one of three) and how much liquid there is, regulated by a clever little valve that also seals the unit for pressure cooking.

There is steam when slow cooking, but I've never considered it excessive. I cant see how a different device would actually produce more or less steam though because at the end of the day its just a chemical reaction occuring that will be the same regardless of what device you use!
jane3428/10/2019 14:53

At the moment i use a slow cooker that i bought a while ago, but the …At the moment i use a slow cooker that i bought a while ago, but the amount of steam it produces in the kitchen i have to leave the cooker hood to extract the amount of steam is produces while using so hardly ever use now. Does this really 'leaks no steam' ? or would i have to have cooker hood on all day to extract the steam? Thankyou


No, thats a falsehood.

PS ALWAYS use your extractor fan when cooking, oven on etc, its called moisture / steam & your walls / ceiling will otherwise absorb the water.

Even on a natural slow depressurisation there will be "some" release, unless you want to wait an hour after its finished?
Had my eye on one of these firva whilevas some serious chefs swear by them. Amazon’s treasure truck is personally for me a terrible thing. Not sure of the point. I use online shops precisely so I don’t have to go regular shopping
Err obviously the above spelled correctly though...

’one of these for a while as some serious chefs rate them’

the idea of quick bone stocks and the like without adding more moisture to my already slightly damp flat is just a bonus. Also perfect rice would be a godsend. I consider myself more than a fair cook but every ‘foolproof’ method of rice cooking I’ve tried hasn’t counted on this fool doing it.
The game changer in these are anything with sausages as it makes them so soft and tender so you don't get the tough skins.
The next is porridge prepared the night before on timer, so creamy and all ready for everybody getting up.

Butter Chicken is the best dish EVER.

I have the older version from around 4 years ago and it is used multiple times a day!

I will say though they do take a bit of getting used to and they have their quirks like tomatoes tend to burn so you put them in last without stirring etc. Once you get the hang of it though it is life changing 😁
Edited by: "ladymarmalade" 28th Oct
Think I’ve been convinced. Just not via the TT
ladymarmalade28/10/2019 16:11

They will be on Black Friday for around this price I can almost guarantee …They will be on Black Friday for around this price I can almost guarantee it!


Yep! I paid Amazon £69.99 in November 2016 so It's almost a certainty it'll be back in a few weeks.
Edited by: "porsche911turbo" 29th Oct
ah shame no treasure truck in my area yet.
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