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[Amazon.ca] Low price ($39.95): Instant Pot Inner Pot, 6-Quart

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[Amazon.ca] Low price ($39.95): Instant Pot Inner Pot, 6-Quart

I have been waiting for the price for this to come down. Normally it is above $40.
If you have an instant pot and use it often, now is the good time to get an extra inner pot.
For models IP-DUO60, IP-LUX60, Smart-60 and IP-CSG60.

Note: If you see a different price, please check if you're looking at the right seller. The seller should be Instant Pot, not Amazon or others.

Happy buying!
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Mar 21, 2006
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Thanks we've been waiting for the price to drop on that for awhile! Appreciated.
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Jan 12, 2005
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Side topic, anyone the best/reasonable price for a 6qt Instant Pot in Toronto area? Amazon showing $149.99...

To the original topic, I think it is a nice to have for a 2nd inner pot as I can imagine myself making one soup in one pot and throw the whole thing in the fridge for leftover...
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Ordered. Also picked up a lid. Thanks!
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Jan 29, 2005
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Thanks, waiting for a deal on the silicone ring
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Dec 26, 2010
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edbert wrote: Thanks, waiting for a deal on the silicone ring
two pack is available for 19.99. It's not bad. I bought one for $9.95 before. also have bought the inner pot for $34.95 before, but the website I bought from before no longer exists.
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These accessories look useful... But I paid 95$ for my IPDUO60 7 in 1, so 72$ in accessories seems excessive (40$ pot 20$ glass lid 12$ silicone ring)
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I just bought one last week (I found a $50 off code to purchase it on their site). Is there any reason why I should spend $40 right now for another inner pot? Do they really deteriorate?
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The only thing I don't like that one is that internal pot doesnt support induction. I can't use that one on my induction stove to pre-heat.
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ecartelement wrote: I just bought one last week (I found a $50 off code to purchase it on their site). Is there any reason why I should spend $40 right now for another inner pot? Do they really deteriorate?
Not a question of deterioration but flexibility. Make a meal and a pot of rice to with it. Or keep leftovers and still have a pot to cook in.
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