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Make healthy meals for your family without having to spend all day in the kitchen. The original Pressure Pro with CopperTech is the perfect way to cook mouth-watering meals in just a fraction of the time. With its 10-in-1 Smart Steam technology, all you have to do is select the button that matches your food, enter the quantity and the Pressure Pro will automatically cook your food to perfection. Pressure Pro is perfect for people with a busy life, who just don't have the energy to come home from work and cook a full meal.
The cost of Copper Tech Pressure Pro is $99.99 plus $29.95 shipping, for a total price of $129.94.
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Simply touch a button and the Pressure Pro does the rest. Choose one of ten pre-set meal choices, enter the quantity and select whether fresh or frozen, then Pressure Pro's digital brain automatically sets the temperature and cooks your meal to perfection.
The stress of cooking dinner after a long day of work is a thing of the past. There is no more rushing home from work only to spend hours cooking over a hot stove. Pressure Pro cooks perfect restaurant quality meals in only a fraction of the time it would take in the over. It easily cooks a whole chicken, pot roasts, pulled pork, corned beef or homemade chili in 30 minutes or less.
Cooks anything from pot roast, whole chicken or pulled pork half the time of a conventional oven. You can even use the Pressure Pro to make dessert! Pressure Pro even comes with an easy instructional recipe booklet to help you get started on the path to fast and healthy meals.
Comes with free bonus recipe book, canning recipe book, set of silicone gloves and a set of silicone inner pot holders.
You will no longer need those old clunky appliances. Pressure Pro can replace your oven, microwave, toaster-oven, and electric grill all in one easy to use, efficient machine.
With its new CopperTech inner pot, you can brown, sear or saute without food sticking.
All it takes is a simple push of a button and you can easily release the steam pressure from the cooker. The high-pressure steam used by Pressure Pro gets extremely hot and could possibly cause burns to skin. Pressure Pro's quick 1-button release mechanism allows you to release steam safely, without getting your hands in the way.
Always be careful when releasing steam from Pressure Pro and never let children play near pressure pro while it is in use. Parental supervision is always recommended.
Simply load your ingredients, fresh or frozen into Pressure Pro's CopperTech inner pot. Select your setting with a touch of a button. Serve and enjoy a moist and delicious meal.
Pressure Pro uses a sealed environment and high-pressure steam to cook food evenly and quickly. The high-pressure forces all the natural flavors and whatever seasonings you've added deep into the food, resulting in tender, moist, mouth-watering meals!
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Pressure Pro comes with one easy to use, instructional cookbook along with a canning cookbook so you can prepare jams and other preservatives all year long.
Some users have made complaints in regards to build quality and missing pieces. Several people have mentioned that they received units without essential rubber seals and plastic gaskets. If you attempt to use the product without these components it's likely that the Copper Tech Pressure Pro will spray quantities of hot water. This may lead to burns and serious injury. If you receive a unit that is missing any components, it's recommended that you contact the manufacturer as soon as possible for replacement pieces.
The most common complaint was that the inner pot showed signs of wear in as little as one use. Most customers noted that this did not seem to affect the functionality of the Copper Tech Pressure Pro and that the surface remained nonstick despite its slightly unappealing appearance.
The paint on the steam valve is prone to flaking due to hot steam wearing at the surface. One user even went as far as to repaint the valve with black nail polish. It's unknown if this is a safe at home solution to the issue.
One essential piece is the condensation collector. This is a small clear colored device that attaches to an external vent on the Copper Tech Pressure Pro. The purpose of this component is to collect condensation that seeps from the vent. During transport or cleaning this device can slip off and due to its clear color and size is prone to be lost. This piece is important to the functionality of the unit and it's not recommended to use the Copper Tech Pressure Pro without it. There does not appear to be any aftermarket solutions available at this time.
Most other pressure cookers on the market use a stainless steel inner pot. The Copper Tech Pressure Pro opts to use a ceramic coated copper inner pot. This helps keep temperatures inside the unit stable and promotes a more consistent cooking experience. In addition, ceramic cookware is widely considered to be far easier to clean than stainless steel products.
Many customers swear by its ability to cook raw pinto beans, lentils, and other legumes. This can be done in approximately thirty minutes without any pre-soaking. The average time to cook raw pinto beans via traditional cookware is anywhere between one and three hours. There are numerous third-party demonstrations of this functionality on popular video sharing websites.
The Copper Tech Pressure Pro can cook a four-pound chicken in about thirty minutes. In a standard oven, this could take as long as an hour and a half. It should be noted that the chicken will come out very wet, this is due to chicken containing a high level of water content. For those who prefer dryer chicken, this method might not be preferable.
There are numerous videos on the internet featuring customers using their pressure cooker to make a wide variety of soups and stews. Some of the more popular recipes that can be found are split pea soup, beef stew, and dumpling based soups. One added benefit is that the inner pot can be used to sautee any vegetables beforehand to help achieve desired flavor and texture.
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The pressure button on my unit has bent due to heat and cant get a replacement part due to product has been discontinued. New units do not have the button. Wonder why? When it worked it was great but only used a few times not worth the investment.
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Mine takes 20 minutes to heat up before the timed portion starts, ( soup / stew ) is this normal?
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I believe so, I have the Copper pro and ours takes about 15 mins before its starts the timer to cook.
My cooker didn't come with recipe or instruction books, should I tale it back?
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