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✅ TOP 5: Best Pressure Cooker 2020

Are you looking for the best pressure cooker?

In this video, we will breakdown the top pressure cookers on the market.

Before we get started with our video detailing the best pressure cookers on the market, we

have included links in the description for each product mentioned, so make sure you check

those out to see which one is in your budget range.

Starting off at number 1 we have the Instant Pot 7-in-1 Multi-Functional Pressure Cooker.

Yep, 7 different ways to cook food with this appliance – and it includes 14 microprocessor

controlled programs.

Plus there are 10 different safety mechanisms.

We love this electric pressure cooker for so many reasons.

It’s a beauty that you can program and operate in loads of different ways.

And, it does a lot considering the price you pay for it.

The different cooking methods make dinner prep easier than you might imagine and many

users believe it is the best investment they’ve ever made.

There is a pressure indicator, but it’s the safety features that make people turn

to look twice at this model.

Accessories needed for different cooking methods are included in the box.

And, you’re not limited to the 6-quart size, smaller and larger models are available.

If you can do without the ability to pasteurize dairy products (because that’s not something

everyone does, let’s be honest), you could also consider the 6-in-1 model; it’s often

a bit cheaper, though there isn’t a huge difference in the MSRP.

(The 6-in-1 model doesn’t have a larger size, however.)

On Prime Day 2016, this was Amazon's second best seller of the day (after the Fire TV

Stick) - and you'd better believe this deserves the prime positioning given to it by the Food

Network's Healthy Eats guide.

Basically, this is one of the absolute best electric pressure cookers at an absolutely

stellar price for what you get.

Really.

It's that good.

Will it break the bank?

You can pay a lot more for a pressure cooker.

But you can also pay a little less.

At about $130 for a 6-quart model, we think it’s a fair price.

At number 2 we have the Presto 6-Quart Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker.

6 quarts is a great size and the price is even nicer.

The cover lock indicator that prevents the lid from lifting when pressure is in play

is fantastic.

If you’ve never worked with a pressure cooker before, this might be the one you want to

start with.

It’s a basic stovetop pressure cooker, but it does what it says it will without any of

the extra fuss.

There isn’t a pressure indicator, per se, but the cover lock indicator makes it impossible

to open the lid during the pressure cycle.

And, there is a quick release valve.

We can’t oversell this Presto pressure cooker because there aren’t many features to oversell,

but we can tell you that even tough, cheap meats come out of this cooker tender and delicious.

Truly.

It’s absolutely worth the price and would be our top pick if this was all about stovetop

pressure cookers.

Will it break the bank?

No – and we appreciate that more than you know.

The MSRP is about $70, but you should expect to pay under $50 and there’s a 12-year warranty

that comes with that.

You like it even more now, don’t you?

At number 3 we have the Breville Fast Slow Pro.

There are 11 pressure cooking settings and a 3-way safety system on this Breville pressure

cooker.

The LCD display alerts you to the current operation cycle of this appliance.

We absolutely love this Breville pressure cooker.

And, there are a lot of reasons to do so.

We’ll start with the 3-way safety system so that you know it’s always secure.

It’s electric and has all the bells and whistles you would want from a digital pressure

cooker.

The LCD screens allow you to use any of the 11 preset programs or to set your own.

It will even tell you when the cooker is engaged and it is safe to walk away.

There are time controls, pressure controls (and indicator), and a variety of cooking

methods you can use – including slow cooking.

Whether it’s fast or slow cooking that you’re after, there’s nothing this lovely pressure

cooker can’t do – except maybe make itself more affordable.

If it were $100 cheaper, we would insist on every home having one.

It’s that brilliant.

Will it break the bank?

Not everyone can afford a $250 appliance.

And price is the one thing that keeps this from being our absolute top pressure cooker

fave.

If you do have the funds, and you love your kitchen gadgets, we believe you’ll get over

the price quickly.

At number 4 we have the Cuisinart 6 Quart Electric Pressure Cooker.

There are 5 cooking settings controlled by a one press button.

The digital display is useful as is the fingerprint-free exterior.

This electric pressure cooker has pros and cons.

They do tend to balance each other out which makes this right for some users – but not

all.

If you’re looking for a budget pressure cooker that does the job well and does just

a little more than it claims, you’re in the right place.

But, if you need super safety features, you’re not going to get them.

Programming is straightforward, as is the countdown.

We absolutely appreciate the cool touch handles which are exactly that.

But, in saying all that, it’s the price that really makes this a worthwhile buy.

If they wanted to charge closer to $100, we would steer you away from this machine.

Will it break the bank?

Nope.

And that’s one of the reasons we like it so much.

You’ll pay about $70 for this electric cooker.

Since it’s so inexpensive, we’ll allow it to have a few flaws.

At number 5 we have the Fagor Duo 8-Quart Stainless-Steel Pressure Cooker.

This stovetop pressure cooker is available in sizes between 4 quarts and 10 quarts and

can work on all cooking surfaces.

The stay-cool handles are a nice touch, and it has dishwasher-safe parts.

This Fagor pressure cooker does pressure cooking really well.

The base is exceptionally wide compared to the inner cooker surface, so you can bet you’re

getting the most efficient heating possible – even if you’re steaming your meal.

You can also use it for searing meat before locking the lid and continuing to cook it

pressure-style.

Speaking of locking, you secure it closed on the long handle of the lid.

That’s super handy and a feature you don’t find on every stovetop pressure cooker.

You’re not limited to electric ranges either; you can use it on just about every heat source.

Will it break the bank?

The MSRP is about $160, but you can find it under $120 sometimes.

When you do, snag it quickly.

This is a quality pot but a bit too expensive at the MSRP.

And at number 6 we have the Fissler Vitaquick Pressure Cooker.

The main control valve is virtually maintenance-free; all you need to do is rinse the lid under

running water.

You’ll hear the lid click when it locks into place – and the conical shape makes

it easy to store.

This stovetop Fissler Vitaquick pressure cooker could just be the miracle your kitchen has

been waiting for.

It’s a professional quality pot made of stainless steel with an aluminum base that

allows the entire pot to heat evenly.

Now, it is expensive; we can’t deny that.

And it is basic – you don’t get a host of fancy bells and whistles, but it is top-of-the-line

quality and the variety of sizes available will drive you to collect the set.

Plus, they’re completely silent and steam-free which will make it an absolute pleasure to

work with every single time.

Just wait until you take a bite of your first meal from this pot.

Will it break the bank?

The 6-quart pressure cooker sells between $250 and $275.

That’s almost ridiculously expensive.

But, if you’re serious about cooking, you will splurge on it.

We know it.

At least it comes with a limited lifetime warranty – though there have been mixed

reviews about dealing with the manufacturer.

So that sums up our top pressure cookers of 2020.

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Until next time have a great day.