Early Friday evening, Amazon announced its five best-selling products for Black Friday 2017. The top two were obvious — Amazon’s Echo Dot and Fire TV Stick, which are both still on sale at their Black Friday prices. One of the top-5 was something of a surprise though: the Instant Pot DUO80. It’s a great product that was on sale at a great price, but it’s pretty crazy that it was one of Amazon’s five best-selling products on Black Friday.
Well, if you liked that deal you’re going to love the new one Amazon has going for Cyber Monday… a Instant Pot DUO Plus 6 Qt 9-in-1 Multi- Use Programmable Pressure Cooker for just $74.95. It retails for $120 and it’s one of the highest-rated pressure cookers on Amazon. Grab one while you can!
Here are some key details from the product page:
- Duo Plus is the latest evolution in the #1 selling Multi-Cooker the Duo series, new for 2017 with more custom features, improved usability and a large attractive blue LCD screen
- Duo Plus replaces 9 common kitchen appliances including pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, yogurt maker, egg cooker, sauté, steamer, warmer, sterilizer and it makes cake too
- Up to 70% quicker. A great meal is a press of a button away with 15 microprocessor controlled programs taking the guesswork out of your cooking. You can achieve perfect results every time
- All components in contact with food are food grade 304 (18/8) stainless steel including the lid, the inner pot with 3-ply bottom and steam rack with handles. They are easy to clean and dishwasher safe
- UL certified with 10 proven safety mechanisms gives you peace of mind. Highly Energy efficient, this kitchen friendly cooker Emits no steam when cooking, contains all smells and automates your cooking.
- Accessories include – steam rack with handles, recipe booklet, serving spoon, soup spoon, and measuring cup. To maximize performance of cooker only use genuine Instant Pot accessories
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