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Mirro 92180A Polished Aluminum Pressure Cooker Cookware, 8-Quart, Silver
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- The pressure cooker is made of rust-proof, heavy-gauge aluminum
- Features pressure monitoring device in handle, sure-locking lid system, and overpressure release valve
- Dishwasher safe
- Cuts cooking time up to two thirds
- Limited 10 years warranty for the pressure cookers and limited 1 year warranty for the replacement parts
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|Dimensions||11 inches x 18 inches x 13 inches||20.75 inches x 11.69 inches x 7.1 inches||17 inches x 17 inches x 14 inches||12.48 inches x 18.06 inches x 11.51 inches|
|Item Weight||10 pounds||5.75 pounds||20 pounds||Information not provided|
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This (and all modern cookers) are very safe if you follow directions. I was afraid of pressure cookers most of my life and this inexpensive one has soothed my fears. It comes with a heat diffuser disk that sits on the bottom of the cooker and a nice instruction/recipe book.
You can't go wrong with this, especially if you are a novice who does not want to spend big bucks on the electric cookers or expensive Swiss ones. It does the job and does it well.
[...] only sells the racks for canning, nothing for smaller pressure cookers.
I should have bought a Presto Pressure Cooker which comes with a rack. I can however buy a Presto Pressure Cooker rack and use it in my Mirro/Wearever Pressure Cooker so aside from the frustration of having to do so, that ends my problem with the Mirro Pressure Cooker.
It was my first pressure cooker, and it cooked wonderfully (though it was a bit tight for two chickens); until it failed.
After about 6 uses, it would no longer establish pressure. The red pop up on the handle (indication that pressure was up and handle locked) started popping up to about twice the height it normally emerged from the handle (when the cooker worked) and steam vented from all around the handle junction with the lid.
I tried everything the book said to do. The handle was tight. I inspected, streched and oiled the gasket. No luck. I called Mirro (Wearever) and they told me to boil the gasket for 15 min. and then oil it. I did all these things, to no avail.
So I returned it. Now I'm going to try Presto.
I wouldn't recommend this for someone who's never used a pressure cooker before. The instructions are very poorly written and it's impossible to reach customer service with a question. As of Christmas their website had no information on it other than a phone number which went to an over-filled voicemail box.
This is one of three pressure cookers I own, so I eventually figured out how the pressure setting works, sort of.
Overall I'd say the product is adequate but not great. It does what it's supposed to -- pressure cook. If I had to buy another PC, I'd look for a different brand with the same capacity and skip Mirro.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good buy for the price but I wish the rack from my old Mirro fit this one. Guess I should have bought the larger one...Published 14 hours ago by DSB
Works well. A bit messy to depressurize if you're in a rush, but otherwise seems to be a good product.Published 4 days ago by Elizabeth Brownell
Previous version came with a plate for the bottom of the pot. Now items stick to it all the time. Had to purchase if after market. Should have come with this item.Published 17 days ago by Casandra Lee Pyle
I have an old one that the handle finally split on. Ordered this as replacement and was glad that I kept the rack out of the old cooker, because they no longer come with the new... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I bought this as a gift for my daughter. She uses it all the time and says she would be without one.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
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