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    • Got this at Christmas for $85 on Amazon.ca. So this is warm. On the plus side, it's a great unit, and I definitely recommend it.
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    • barabashka wrote:
      Apr 21st, 2017 5:16 am
      Got this at Christmas for $85 on Amazon.ca. So this is warm. On the plus side, it's a great unit, and I definitely recommend it.
      I also got the $85 amazon deal for the 6 in 1 without yoghurt maker which was a good deal. I personally don't think the yoghurt maker is worth the extra money. So I agree the deal is warm at best.
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    • barabashka wrote:
      Apr 21st, 2017 5:16 am
      Got this at Christmas for $85 on Amazon.ca. So this is warm. On the plus side, it's a great unit, and I definitely recommend it.
      mcfrugal wrote:
      Apr 21st, 2017 7:50 am
      I also got the $85 amazon deal for the 6 in 1 without yoghurt maker which was a good deal. I personally don't think the yoghurt maker is worth the extra money. So I agree the deal is warm at best.
      i am waiting that price...arrr...
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    • mcfrugal wrote:
      Apr 21st, 2017 7:50 am
      I also got the $85 amazon deal for the 6 in 1 without yoghurt maker which was a good deal. I personally don't think the yoghurt maker is worth the extra money. So I agree the deal is warm at best.
      They sold the one with the yogurt maker for the same price a few days afterward, that's the one I got.
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    • willy0275 wrote:
      Apr 21st, 2017 9:12 am
      They sold the one with the yogurt maker for the same price a few days afterward, that's the one I got.
      +1
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    • Looking to buy a pressure cooker. Should I wait for the 9 in 1 (my wife would like the cake making ability I think) or are the presets not really worth it?
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    • I think it is still worth it at that price, but like others have said it can be have for less. I paid 99$ not to long ago on Amazon.
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    • Not too concerned with getting the best deal. I just want to make sure I get the right model.
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    • willy0275 wrote:
      Apr 21st, 2017 9:12 am
      They sold the one with the yogurt maker for the same price a few days afterward, that's the one I got.
      barabashka wrote:
      Apr 21st, 2017 9:28 am
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      Bought Amazon late Nov for $84.99 with yogurt maker (I know we can't go back in time... but that was a great deal). Would recommend instapot with or without yogurt maker
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    • Got this for $130 in the last sale and very happy with it. So far I've made split pea soup, chili, chicken and ribs. Also this thing makes the best brown rice I've ever had. Highly recommend joining their FB community for recipes and Pinterest has a TON of IP recipes too. The only real accessory I bought was a pot in pot steamer setup so I could do rice, veggies and dumplings at the same.

      Just a little tip for newbies, if it doesn't seem to be coming to pressure properly just press down a bit on the lid. I had taken the silicone ring out to clean and put it back in securely but it had fallen out of the holder a bit while putting the lid on apparently.
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    • Not pressure cooker hot, but slow cooker warming warm, for sure.

      I also got in on the Black Friday deal for this unit, when it was $85. That said, 3camel has in bouncing between $130 and $175 since then, so I'd say this is a pretty decent deal, especially if you don't feel like waiting.

      I'd just pay the extra $50 or so now, and start making those delicious meals! Depending on your habits, you may make that back in a couple of months in food savings. In my case, that amount was saved in a month, or less, considering I used to order in a lot more before getting this thing.
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    • Got this model from Amazon few weeks ago, for same price. Complained that I received the wrong version and they gave me 20% off, so ended up being $104, pretty happy with it. (turns out it was the correct version after all, i just misread the description)
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    • If you can't wait, go for it. Enjoy the meals coming out from this.
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    • Cheaper option (I think the inner pot may be aluminium instead of stainless steel so you may need to replace that if you don't like cooking with aluminium) .

      midea manufactures the instant pot
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    • mangoman wrote:
      Apr 21st, 2017 11:15 am
      Cheaper option (I think the inner pot may be aluminium instead of stainless steel so you may need to replace that if you don't like cooking with aluminium) .

      midea manufactures the instant pot
      I'm not saying it's not a good buy, but Wal-Mart has been known to have lower quality models of "good" brand appliances. I can't remember the site, but it was showing the inside of small appliances bough at both Wal-Mart and in other stores and while the model number was the same, the quality of the components and the build was not the same. If you are selling for cheaper, you have to cut cost somewhere.
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    • That's quite possibly true and for the record, I went with the Instant Pot when it was ~$85 on Amazon :).
      I think the cost differential is from the inner pot being aluminium because an extra stainless steel one seems to go for $30 or so. Someone once posted that they got a spare similar sized stainless steel bowl/pot from dollarama, so that could be an option for folks going for the walmart one.

      It's kinda like buying an Audi vs. VW, similar but different.
      matrixsoul wrote:
      Apr 21st, 2017 11:31 am
      I'm not saying it's not a good buy, but Wal-Mart has been known to have lower quality models of "good" brand appliances. I can't remember the site, but it was showing the inside of small appliances bough at both Wal-Mart and in other stores and while the model number was the same, the quality of the components and the build was not the same. If you are selling for cheaper, you have to cut cost somewhere.
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    • Aside from the 85$ deal from last year, is this deal the second best deal even if it's recurring?

      I need one of those within 3 weeks but I'd love to get practicing on it soon so if there is no need to wait...
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    • These are $65 at Target in the US on sale.
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    • Same price at Amazon, so I bought it there with my Prime subscription and 2% CB through EB
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    • alkizmo wrote:
      Apr 21st, 2017 12:21 pm
      Aside from the 85$ deal from last year, is this deal the second best deal even if it's recurring?

      I need one of those within 3 weeks but I'd love to get practicing on it soon so if there is no need to wait...
      looking at ccc, C$129 is the best typical sale price, the 85 was a one off black friday thing - I'd be surprised to see that number again.
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