Enjoy gourmet food faster with this Instant Pot programmable multi-cooker. The seven built-in functions eliminate the need for a slow cooker, yogurt maker or steamer, and one-touch smart programs prepare soups and meats to perfection. The stainless steel design of this Instant Pot programmable multi-cooker distributes heat evenly and ensures dishes stay full of flavor.
7-IN-1 KITCHEN APPLIANCES
Electric pressure cooker, rice cooker, slow cooker, yogurt maker, steamer, sauté pan and food warmer.
QUICK ONE-TOUCH COOKING
Simplify cooking with 13 Smart Touch customizable programs for cooking ribs, soups, beans, rice, poultry, yogurt, desserts and more on autopilot.
COOK FAST OR COOK SLOW
With pressure cooking up to 70% faster than traditional cooking methods or slow cooking for traditional grandma-approved recipes.
SMART-DESIGN INNER POT
Uses food-grade stainless-steel (18/8), a tri-ply bottom for more even cooking, perfect for sautéing.
10+ PROVEN SAFETY FEATURES
including overheat protection and safe-locking lid.
MOST POPULAR SIZE
Cook for up to 6 people with this 6-quart, large capacity – perfect for families, and also great for meal prepping and batch cooking for singles and smaller households.
QUICK AND EASY CLEAN-UP
With finger-print resistant stainless-steel sides and dishwasher-safe lid, inner pot, and accessories.
A:AnswerGreat question, Daniel. The Duo isn't able to can, because pressure canning requires a minimum 15psi, whereas the Duo is rated up to 12 psi. This means that it does not reach pressures for safe canning.
We currently have one Instant Pot that is capable of pressure canning called the Max. For more information regarding this model, please visit our website or contact our support team.
A:AnswerGreat question, Sarah! On the newer versions of the Duo 60, the 'Manual' button has been re-labelled 'Pressure Cook'. Other than the label, it's the exact same, so any recipe you find that mentions the 'Manual' button can be recreated perfectly by using 'Pressure Cook'. We hope this helps!
A:AnswerHi there Dave. To remove stains from the inner pot, please use a non-abrasive cloth or scrubber dampened with baking soda and vinegar. Please rinse and dry your inner pot, especially the bottom. This will prevent any residue left from the soap transferring to your heating element. Residue can also be from hard water stains. We hope this helps!