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This is my first thread. I was looking for a stainless steel pressure cooker on Amazon and saw this 4-Quart Presto for $15.99+7.49 shipping. I looked it up on camelcamel and it appears that even with shipping, this price is much lower than it has ever been (lowest was around $31, not including shipping). My only concern is that it's a third-party seller with a 93% rating (not too bad). No idea how long this will last, so good luck!

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now it's being sold by Amazon.com directly for $19.72 with free saver shipping! use discover card and get free 1-day shipping!

in for 2 from Amazon.. cheapest I have seen... 4Qt is good size for a small family

Stainless for 19.72, a good price. But I would buy one if it were a 2.5qt. As a pressure cooker, you can fill up to 2/3 only, 2.5qt.

IrfanPathan said:   in for 2 from Amazon.. cheapest I have seen... 4Qt is good size for a small family

I would refer 8qt over 4 qt any day because you only able to use only about 1/2 of the cooker.

According to Amazon users, the 4qt should be good for individuals and small families.

Discover is giving 1-day free shipping. See the item description at Amazon.

Just to be clear, a 4Qt pressure cooker is not the same as a 4Qt pot. In the cooker, you can barely cook a whole chicken if it's cut up. But the good news is, it cooks faster. More good news is that it can be used as a regular pot, without pressure. Then you can cook ~5 lbs. of food.

At this price, not bad to have this as an additional option in the kitchen.

They also have the presto 6 qt for $29.54 or the 8 qt for $43.93, although more, it's a better deal. Not much you can do with a 4 qt, at least not in this house!

Can you cook beans fast with this?

where did you see 6qt for $29? I see $44.

inaquantry said:   They also have the presto 6 qt for $29.54 or the 8 qt for $43.93, although more, it's a better deal. Not much you can do with a 4 qt, at least not in this house!

6 qt. aluminum, not steel.

and this one is OOS.

Back in stock at $40+

Just got mine, it's a alumin cooker instead of stainless steel.

Ask them to send you the correct one.



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