All-Clad Pressure Cooker, 8.4 qt.
With a two-step process that optimizes flavor, four cooking presets and an interlocking safety system, this commercial-grade pressure cooker makes it easy to create a wide range of mouthwatering dishes. Includes a recipe booklet.
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- High-impact bonded base is compatible with all cooktops, including induction
- Four cooking programs—Vegetables, Grains, Meat and Seafood—take the guesswork out of pressure cooking
- Smart timer features three alerts: when pressure is achieved, when the pressure cooking cycle is complete and when the soft steam pressure release cycle is complete
- Two-part cooking process optimizes cooking results
- Patented system features five interlocking safety points for safe, easy operation
- Large, sturdy handles provide a secure, comfortable grip
- Included steamer basket makes it easy to steam vegetables, shellfish and more
- Manufacturer: All-Clad
- Material: Stainless steel, plastic
- Dimensions: 10" x 6.75" (interior); 15" x 11.75" (exterior, lid on)
- Capacity: 8.4 qt.
- Weight: 10 lb.
- Warranty: Lifetime warranty on metallic components. 2-year warranty on plastic parts, timer and silicone gasket
- Made in France
Care & Usage Show
- All parts except control panel, timer and silicone gasket are dishwasher safe
85 kPa = 12.32821 psi
70 kPa = 10.15264 psi
55 kPA = 7.977076
40 kPa = 5.80151
To answer some questions:
Yes, it can be used as either a pressure cooker or stockpot without the timer. I use a regular glass lid that fits on it to finish a meal that I've started under pressure and finish just using the stovetop without pressure. (I already have a separate 8 qt. stockpot so I personally wouldn't just use it for that on a regular basis, although it can be done).
It works beautifully on an induction range without any need for a welded-on disk attached to the bottom to make it work.
Things to remember:
1) It has a timer to remind you to turn it off. It's not electric and won't turn itself off. Don't try to take a nap while using this stovetop pressure cooker.
2) You must remove the timer prior to placing the lid in the sink or dishwasher to clean.
This is a high-quality piece of stainless steel (inside and outside) cookware made in FRANCE.
I highly recommend this stovetop pressure cooker.
Questions & Answers
The timer pops out, you turn it over, turn the slot in the battery cover with a coin, then remove the round battery. It should last a long time because all it does is act as a timer.
I would try the 10.5" lid, for a 10" pan, as the diameters seem to be the same, I just don't have that lid to say for sure.