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GSI Outdoors Halulite Pressure Cooker
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- High-performace, non-reactive, hard anodized aluminum construction provides exceptional efficiency and uniformity
- Lighter, more compact design makes pressure cooker easier to store and carry,
- Instructions and recipes included
- Triple safety system locks lid until all pressure has dissipated. Independent release valves prevent overpressureization, even if one vavle becomes clogged
- Reduces cooking time by up to 66% saving fuel, effort and carbon emissions.
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Say goodbye to scratches, burn circles and ounces. As light as Titanium, Halulite is a proprietary alloy that also conducts heat better and more evenly—so you can leave the extra fuel at home. Plus, every piece is Hard Anodized to create a surface that withstands scratches and abrasions like nothing else. It's ultra light without the sacrifices. Now that's smart.
Size: 5.7 -Liter
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So, called customer service (best way with GSI, apparently). Explained the problem and they're sending me a new lid.
I think the safety locking mechanism is a little tricky and deserves care.
The manual could be clearer about how it's supposed to work.
Can change review to 4 stars: 4 1/2 would be more like it. It's very light and does what a pressure cooker is supposed to do. Can use as regular household item, not just camping.
Unfortunately, this seems to be the only way to get through to customer service.
The steam comes out of the safety lock. When the lid is put in place, the lock is actually open, when it should be closed.
When I take the lid off and try to close the safety lock completely, it leaves a space.
Makes the product worthless, except as a cooking pot.
Probably need a new lid and perhaps instructions on how to prevent this from happening again.
As a technical writer, it's always best to include information as to how the product should work so as to prevent possible mishaps and to facilitate troubleshooting.
Let's hope someone responds quickly.
the safety on the top. It does this before it has enough pressure built up to close the valve. It actually cooked
even faster than I had expected. Beef stew for 20 mins cooked a bit too much flavour out of the meat. I found
that you need a small amount of liquid(1 cup seems fine for most things). Unlike stews in a saucepan the liquid
will usually increase with cooking so make the gravy thick enough before you put the lid on. Clean-up is pretty
easy. The top seems to retain food smell a little, my guess is that it stays in the aluminium trap in the middle.
That is the only thing they could easily improve on. It went white with oxide on my first use. I would also
recommend the 5.7L. My only other problem Ive had it browning the meat before hand. Its awkward with a deep pan
like this and I would imagine worse on the 2,8L with less surface area
So I ve had it for a coupel of weeks. Beef stem great, pork roast with hoisin was good but works better in oven.
Made a great chicken stew in 15 mins and Im going to try ribs tonight.
I deliberated quite a bit over whether or not to get it, and finally decided the extra weight of this cooker over a lighter-weight pot would be offset by lower fuel weight.
It performed very well, really speeding up cooking time. As we were up over 9700 feet in elevation, a more efficient pot was worth the money, and worth packing in.
It'd be nice if the weight could be decreased, but it's very good quality, and I certainly wouldn't want it to blow the pressure valve or fail in some way. You get what you pay for.