Amazon Canada Amazon.ca: Instant Pot DUO60 6-Quart 7-in-1 Programmable Pressure Cooker $79.99 (regularly $129.99) Get an Instant Pot 7-in-1 Cooker for $80!

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Join the Instant Pot fan club with this deal from Amazon.ca, because you can get the Instant Pot DUO60 6-Quart 7-in-1 Multi-Use Programmable Pressure Cooker for $79.99 (regularly $129.99) with free shipping, for a total savings of $50.00!

This deal matches the Canadian Tire Big Red Weekend price, but you'll get to shop online instead of having to visit a Canadian Tire location to buy one.

The $79.99 price is the second-lowest price for this Instant Pot in 2018, as it was priced at $78.88 during Prime Day 2018. Product features include:

  • Combines seven kitchen appliances in one -- pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, steamer, sauté, yogurt maker and warmer
  • 14 smart programs -- soup, meat/stew, bean/chili, poultry, sauté/simmer, rice, multigrain, porridge, steam, slow cook, keep warm, yogurt, manual and pressure cook
  • Inner cooking pot made from food grade stainless steel, no chemical coatings, three-ply bottom for even heat distribution
  • Microprocessor monitors pressure, temperature, keeps time and adjusts heating intensity to achieve perfect results every time
  • Prepares dishes up to 70% faster to support your busy lifestyle
  • 10 safety mechanisms to provide you with added assurance, designed to eliminate many common errors
  • Includes stainless steel steam rack with handles, rice paddle, soup spoon, measuring cup, condensation collector and recipe booklet

This offer is available for a limited time and Amazon.ca offers free shipping for all Prime members or on orders over $35.00 for those who aren't members.

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    • Woah, i wish it was the 8 quart, thats the one i want.
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    • HyperTech wrote:
      Sep 4th, 2018 3:51 pm
      Woah, i wish it was the 8 quart, thats the one i want.
      Yes, if you are cooking for a larger family, the newest 8 Quart model might be more suitable. Although, I have never seen the 8 Quart model selling for under $80.
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    • What do you cook in this?
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    • cheapmeister wrote:
      Sep 4th, 2018 4:05 pm
      What do you cook in this?
      Pretty much anything you'd do in a slow cooker, a pressure cooker or a dutch oven I think.
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    • cheapmeister wrote:
      Sep 4th, 2018 4:05 pm
      What do you cook in this?
      Chili
      Curries
      Pasta
      Pulled meat
      Boil eggs (makes it so much easier)
      Mash potatoes


      It's a great addition to your kitchen imo.
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    • It also make a decent rice cooker.
      Not the level of Zojirushi or Panasonic dedicated rice-cookers with fuzzy logic, but it produces good results.
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    • ahoroba wrote:
      Sep 4th, 2018 4:29 pm
      It also make a decent rice cooker.
      Not the level of Zojirushi or Panasonic dedicated rice-cookers with fuzzy logic, but it produces good results.

      +1 I agree
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    • Aside from all other foods mentioned above, I personally love steaming ribs in the Instant Pot, followed by grilling just a couple of minutes on each side on a hot grill, to get a crust and caramelize the BBQ sauce on the surface; two full racks of fall-off-the-bone ribs can be done (fridge to plate) in under one hour in the 6 QT Instant Pot + a hot grill.
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    • ceredon wrote:
      Sep 4th, 2018 4:13 pm
      Pretty much anything you'd do in a slow cooker, a pressure cooker or a dutch oven I think.
      I thought a Dutch oven is when you fart under the blankets and cover somebody with them. I honestly have never heard of a Dutch oven, only the other two you mentioned.
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    • Slono wrote:
      Sep 4th, 2018 6:20 pm
      I thought a Dutch oven is when you fart under the blankets and cover somebody with them. I honestly have never heard of a Dutch oven, only the other two you mentioned.
      Yeah, the piece of kitchen equipment is where that technique got its name from
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    • Do you have a picture of the flyer? Is it location specific?
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    • ahoroba wrote:
      Sep 4th, 2018 3:05 pm
      Just got my CT flyer and, beginning on Thursday Sept. 6, Instant Pot Duo (7 in 1 model, 6 quart capacity) will be on sale for $79.99 at Canadian Tire as part of their 96th birthday anniversary sale (Big Red Weekend) on Sept 6-9.
      This is the lowest price this year, same as Black Friday 2017 price (plus you get CT Money or 4% cash back if using CT Triangle Mastercard).
      Great product, I am thinking of buying another one.
      It was actually $69.99 on Black Friday 2017
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    • Unless there is plenty of liquid, it will burn using pressure in my experience.
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    • froesesp wrote:
      Sep 4th, 2018 8:17 pm
      Unless there is plenty of liquid, it will burn using pressure in my experience.
      Yes, the entire "pressure cooker concept" is predicated on the existence and maintenance of a layer of liquid at the bottom, to help transmit heat from the bottom plate to upper regions. It seems that high-viscosity (thick) foods are more prone to local overheating and burning at the interface with the hot bottom. In the past, I cooked pretty thick stews and chili, and I experienced burned crust on the bottom a couple of times; I now make them slightly thinner and no more crust forming at the bottom.
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    • As the discussion already started. just wanted to know information for RICE cookers only

      are there any good dedicated rice cookers?. I need something like 10 cups of raw rice. for a service of 6 to 8 people. please suggest

      thank you
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    • 10 cups of rice for 6-8 people?????? That seems like an excessive amount of rice. As a side dish, we make about 1 cup of rice for 3 people. You might want to look re-think the amount of rice you need.
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    • All they eat is rice man no need of judgement we all accepting and tolerant here
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    • Price Match Amazon?
      Can I buy this online?
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    • skwan wrote:
      Sep 5th, 2018 5:57 am
      Price Match Amazon? Can I buy this online?
      You can definitely try to price-match at AMAZON, but YMMV.
      Bestbuy (online and in-store) and Walmart (online and in-store) also carry this, so they may also be worth a price-match attempt.
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