Power Pressure Cooker XL 10 Qt
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- One touch preset buttons/Automatic Keep Warm Mode/Slow Cooker Option/ Digital Display
- Safe Lock Lid with Steam release/ Non stick Inner Pot
- Ideal for Canning, Families and holidays
- Replaces six common devices: Slow cooker, Canner, Soup Maker, Steamer, Cookware and Rice Cooker
- 10 Qt Capacity- Dimensions: 16"H x 14.5" W x 13.5" D
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The 10 quart Power Pressure Cooker has the largest cooking capacity of the Power Pressure Cooker family. It is ideal for canning, families and holidays. You will have juicy, succulent meals in the touch of a button. Digital pressure cooking saves time,energy and money. The removable inner pot is dishwasher safe for easy cleanup. Power Pressure Cooking by Eric Theiss is the perfect compliment to the Power Pressure Cooker.
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19:42] Anthony: I have had my 10Qt pot for 4 months and the teflon is peeling
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[19:48] Cathy: Please be informed that the inner pot is Stainless Steel with a non-stick Teflon coating.
[19:51] Cathy: Are we still connected?
[19:53] Anthony: yes
[19:53] Cathy: Is there anything else I can assist you with?
[19:53] Anthony: well....the coating is coming off...I assume we are eating teflon
[19:55] Anthony: Do I have any options..?
[19:55] Anthony: Otherwise I will give it away
[19:56] Anthony: You have not helped me yet
[19:56] Cathy: Please be informed that you need to make sure that the water is enough upon using the Power Pressure Cooker.
[19:57] Anthony: WHat are you talking about?
[19:57] Anthony: The teflon is coming off the steel pot. Its dangerous and my family is eating the food inside it
[19:59] Anthony: You really need to put me with someone that can help me please
[20:00] Cathy: I apologize. I do suggest that you may buy a new Power Pressure Cooker please.
[20:00] Anthony: Are you kidding me..??? You are crazy. I will be sure to leave this poor customer experience on AMAZON.com
We were disappointed, because the 10 quart is the size we wanted. We had no issues with ease of use, or the way it cooked.
However, after only five uses I noticed that, as others have complained, the non-stick surface was beginning to come off in several places.
The material it is made of is pretty flimsy too. The inner lid insert (that holds the silicon gasket in place) is made out of aluminum so thin and so cheap that it wouldn't be suitable for a cat food can. That silicon gasket is pretty thin too. If the inner pot hadn't started to peel I'm fairly certain that the gasket would have distorted or split before too long.
So I contacted Tristar Products directly through Amazon's 'Contact Seller' facility to ask if they could replace the pot for me. They quickly responded via an email with a prepaid return label attached however they said I would have to return the entire unit.
Well, I wasn't going to return it directly to them outside of Amazon until I had the replacement in hand. After a week I contacted them again. I asked if they had sent the replacement yet. I also told them that if they had not sent a replacement then DON'T send one. I would instead be contacting Amazon about a return for a full refund. I had this change of heart after reading how many other people had the same defect in the non stick coating as I had. You can get similar power pressure cookers at WalMart and for half the money.
This time they are not so quick to respond. I am still waiting to hear from them and I assume they are now rushing my replacement out the door before I can just return the whole thing and get my money back.
I normally stay far away from infomercial products but the food coming out of this thing on the ads looked so good that my stomach took over the decision making process temporarily. This has been a stark reminder that infomercial products are usually crap. And this product is no exception.
The food it cooks is good, but for the price I expect to prepare more than a handful of meals before the unit starts falling apart. I was wrong. It's junk.