All-Clad Stainless-Steel Pressure Cooker
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Whip up healthy, great-tasting meals in record time with this innovative stovetop pressure cooker from All-Clad. For the convenience, it takes the guesswork out of cooking with four pre-programmed settings and a unique smart timer.
- 8.4-qt. cap.
- Made of 18/10 stainless steel with a heat-responsive aluminum core base.
- Pressure-cooks food up to 70% faster than traditional stovetop methods.
- Preprogrammed settings for vegetables, grains, seafood and meat/poultry.
- Removable timer automatically with audible alert starts once cycle is set and pressure has been achieved.
- Patented Ark system ensure safe, easy opening and closing.
- Made in France.
- Dimensions & More Info
- 10" diam.; 9" high.
- 8.4-qt. cap.
- 10 lb.
- Pressure cooker comes with a stainless-steel steamer basket and a recipe booklet.
- Large, riveted d5 handles make the cooker easy to maneuver, even with oven mitts.
- Two-phase cooking process optimizes results by cooking under intense pressure, then using soft steam as the pressure releases.
- Ideal for use on any type of cooktop, including induction.
- Made in France.
- Use & Care
- Allow pan to cool before washing.
- Avoid using steel wool, steel scouring pads or harsh detergents.
- Stubborn food residue and stains on exterior can be removed with a nylon scrubbing pad and a fine-powdered cleanser.
- Cooker base: Dishwasher safe.
- Lid: Hand-wash.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Monica from Awesome Cooker My husband gave this tome as a Christmas gift; I had mentioned wanting one. I hadn’t used one since college. They were dangerous back in the day. This pressure cooker is simple to use and safe. I love it! We made Paella in under 20 minutes and it was wonderful. Ease to clean. Everyone should have oneDate published: 2020-01-11Rated 2 out of 5 by anoli from consitently burns on the sides because the bottom is not large enough to cover the whole pot. It bec Not at all happy. It cooks well but clean up is too hard.Date published: 2019-12-14Rated 5 out of 5 by Andre from Perfect Purchased an electric cooker as a replacement for our old pressure cooker. That was a mistake. Sold the electric unit. Looked for the best pressure cooker I could find, with handles that would not disintegrate on a gas cooktop. I knew about All Clad and so I found what I was looking for. Perfect!Date published: 2019-10-14Rated 5 out of 5 by Brie from Great Easy to Use, Fast Great Results! No leaks. Not Noisy!Date published: 2019-02-01Rated 4 out of 5 by LHO_WA from Not For The Faint Of Heart The only way I have been able to understand and use the Pressure Cooker was because I have used pressure cookers for the past 40 plus years. Trying to read and understand the owners manual is confusing at best. Pressure cooking has always been easy, a no brainer. You put the stuff in the pot, be sure to add some liquid, seal the lid, attach the pressure regulator, put the pot on the heat, when it gets up to pressure, either high or low, you start the timer, adjust the heat, then wait. When the timer goes off you remove the pot from the heat then decide if you want to release the pressure rapidly by running cold water over the pot or allow the pressure to reduce slowly as the pot cools down on it's own. Not this baby! The controls on the top have five positions, named for foods and no indications of pressure settings except for one that indicates that it had something to do with releasing the pressure. The setting for beans does not include green beans or Lima beans. Those are found on the vegetable setting. The other two are meat and seafood. You put the stuff in the pot. It comes with a steamer basket and tell you that you need to use it when steaming but not when boiling. Steaming requires a minimal amount of liquid and boiling requires a minimal amount of liquid. The amounts are different, but it is unclear when you need to boil or steam or what you need or should consider for steaming or boiling or food setting to use for either boiling or steaming. So far we have a food in the pot. It is conceivable that the food item may be associated with one of the food settings. If not, you will need to study and research if your food item is a meat or similar, or a bean or similar, or maybe a seafood or vegetable. Now the fun begins. Beside deciding which food group your food item may fit in you also need to decide how much time you need to keep the food in the pot at chosen food groups unknown pressure to cook it completely. The required time is dependent on the pressure, but the pressure is unknown. Setting the timer is fairly straight forward except for not knowing the time it needs to set to. I found an old owners manual and recipe book from another, older brand of pressure cooker. This book listed food items, many of them, and the pressure and time to cook each item. Armed with that data I blindly chose a setting as in "Hey, Bill! Pick a number from one to four." Set the time, put it on the stove then did what the book said to do when the pot "beeped". All-Clad make a good product, but trying to reinvent a centuries old technology using new terminology is very confusing to me. I survived its first use by me and I am confident the fog will clear with more experience. However, if I had never used a pressure cooker before or had no understanding of pressure cooking theory and techniques, the All-Clad owner's manual would be of minimal usefulness and is likely the reason for the low product recommendations seen elsewhere. I will be keeping it, but a Fissler may have been a less frustrating choice.Date published: 2018-12-26Rated 3 out of 5 by Greekartist from I would give this more stars but timer broke I loved this product - and probably will again. But, the timer broke which renders my pressure cooker useless. I called all-clad and the customer service representative wasn’t sure where to get the timer. I received an email a day or two later saying I could go to an appliance website and order.. The website itself was difficult to navigate. Instead of All-Clad’s product #, it was some other number and took me awhile to find. I ordered it and it’s been 5 weeks. Still no timer. I wrote them on Wednesday and asked for a follow-up, still nothing, no answer. I’ve looked for other places to buy it, can’t find. I used my pressure cooker for a lot of things and now part of me wishes I had bought the less expensive insta-pot. Right now, it’s truly difficult to recommend this product.Date published: 2018-10-20Rated 5 out of 5 by DW1111 from It’s a top notch product I found this gem on sale at Williams-Sonoma. I had been wanting a pressure cooker, and All-Clad has amazing qualities with even heating, ease of cleaning, and excellent durability. The features in a pressure cooker to look for are a thick base, straight sides, wide opening, and a pressure indicator that can be easily seen. What I love about this pot is it has all that, a pressure sensing timer, AND variable pressure settings. The beauty is that all of the recipes I’ve found online work very well in this pot as well. The little pressure sensing timer in the lid eliminates the guess work. It’s removable, so cleanup is a snap as well. Let’s address some of the problems noted in the reviews: the lid “sticks” in the lock or unlocked position. Or, it won’t start the “timer” no matter how long it’s been heating. Both of these issues can be solved by making sure the rubber gasket has been put into the lid properly. How to tell if it’s not in correctly? The lid “sticks” either in the locked or the lever won’t move to any of the pressure settings. Take the gasket out (it easily comes out for cleaning anyway), flip it over and put it back in. It won’t start the timer? Make sure the rubber gasket is in good shape (I don’t run the gasket through the dishwasher). Make sure the lid is clean (no clogs in the pressure relief valves). The timer will not engage if pressure isn’t achieved, or the pressure relief valve is clogged. It’s a stove top item, so the beauty is this item can brown meat, “sauté” vegetables, etc. before pressure cooking. The thick base and straight sides makes scorching food a thing of the past. AND, it’s All-Clad— synonymous with easy to clean. I use this pot almost daily in many of the same ways my friends use their “instant pot”. Everything from steel cut oatmeal to soups to stroganoffs come out great.Date published: 2018-01-18Rated 5 out of 5 by Mamallama from You won't regret buying this!! I have always been fearful of pressure cookers. This one takes the fear away. It locks in place -4x. It has been a breeze to use, cooks beautifully and is the best time saver when you want to get a meal on the table fast, or just get through Sunday meal prep. I love, love, love this device. I've had it for a year and use it regularly.Date published: 2017-10-29