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Instant Pot Duo Nova, 3L $99.90 Delivered @ Amazon AU


Cheapest deal I have ever seen and also 5.7l $141.90, 8l $157.90.

Features & details

NEW MODEL: Advanced 7 in 1 Multi-Use Pressure Cooker with 12 one-touch smart auto cook programs;

An upgrade to the all-time bestselling Instant Pot Duo series

New easy seal lid that automatically seals your Instant Pot for pressure cooking, locking all the flavours, nutrients and aromas in your meal

Advanced steam release control with a fast, safe push of the quick release button

Clear and bright LCD display that makes it even easier to read the screen for cooker settings, pressure status and meal progress indicators

High quality, three layered stainless-steel inner cooking pot3L Model serves up to 3 People

Australian Plug 220V-240V and extra sealing ring included

Mod Note: Removed Duplicates from title

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This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2020

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closed Comments

  • +1

    Is it worth getting one? What is it used for?

    • This multi-cooker combines 7 appliances in one: pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, steamer, sauté pan, yogurt maker and warmer.

  • +3

    Wow this is an awesome price

  • Great price! Might be a bit small for a larger family though.

    • +2

      5.7l $141.90, 8l $157.90.

  • +1

    got the 5.7L thanks

  • -1
  • +2

    Thanks OP, got the 8L for $147.90 delivered with code APPONLY10 (via Amazon mobile app).

    • I just tried this code and it says "The promotional code you entered cannot be applied to your purchase"

      Targeted perhaps?

      • that code only works for first time app users if I am right.

  • +1

    I'm tempted, because all the recipes in the internet are written for the "Instant Pot" branded cookers, but Phillips, which I use regularly, still may be a better device. Also on sale:

    • +1

      One of the reasons that the IP is so popular is that it comes with a stainless steel pot by default. Most other pressure cookers at this price range come with non-stick coated pots.

      • +1

        You can by SS fot the Phillips cooker. Ceramic coating is actually really good.

        • That's awesome, I've never found an SS insert, so I assumed they didn't exist other than for the InstaPot.

          Are they expensive?

          • +1

            @Droz: $45 on Amazon right now, it seems. Since they sell seals fur Phillips cookers on AliExpress, they may have inserts too

      • There's the Heller HPC1000 which gets good reviews and has a 6L stainless steel insert too.

        $99 from Bunnings.

    • I am deciding between phillips and this one..
      Any feedback on phillips? I heard that phillips one will have the smell of previously cooked food on the lids..

      • Phillips has a maximum of 59 minutes in pressure cooking. I’m not sure of the instant pot. I’m considering getting one if it doesn’t have that limit.

  • The best price I've ever seen. I highly recommend this one!!

  • Can anyone comment on using this vs regular rice cooker? In terms of ease of use, consistency, time?

    • Instant pot is faster at cooking rice or stews so we can save time and energy cost. It has both temperature and pressure sensors which provide consistency and prevent from burning food. However, if the main purpose is cooking rice then I would recommend buying a regular rice cooker that is especially built for cooking rice as I always get a bit starchy cooked rice when using my instant pot.

    • In my 8L pot with rinsed jasmine rice I do 4 mins pressure cook with a 1:1 ratio of water and it comes out great every time with minimal sticking.

  • Decided to buy. Thanks OP!

  • +1

    No deal on the Duo Evo Plus :( In fact, the price has skyrocketed to $242!

  • Any idea when this price will end?

  • What’s the difference to the $99 uk deal?(The duo only)

  • My oven just broke and I'm considering getting this until I can get it fixed.

    Can these roast vegetables? From what I can see pressure cookers can't actually roast vegetables despite saying they can, it appears you can't get crispy brown edges on them? Vegetables end up more soggy than crisp?

    • +1

      This pot is more like a pot with a lid on your stove, not oven-like or an airfryer at all.

      There are some models with baking modes, but a pressure cooker is never for roasting. It's for steaming or boiling things faster, because of higher pressure.

  • I'm still deciding between this and Philips Premium Collection All In One HD2178/72. Can someone please help me choose which one to get? If the instant pot is better, which size to get for a family of 2 adults and 4 toddlers? Cheers

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