FAQs: Ultra 10-in-1 Multi-Use Programmable Pressure Cooker, 6 Quart

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Where can one purchase the Instant Pot® Duo Plus?
The Instant Pot® Ultra is available at Sur La TableApril 2017 and amazon.com June 2017.

What size is the Ultra available in?
Currently, the Ultra is available in a 6 Quart.

What is the power of the Heating element on the 6 Quart?

What is the color of the Ultra?
Stainless Steel and Black

What are the dimensions of the Ultra?
The dimensions are 13 x 12.2 x 12.6 inches.

What is the weight of the Ultra?
The weight is 15.7 lbs.

What are the dimensions of the cookers in the Instant Pot® Product line?
The specifications can be found at http://instantpot.us/benefits/specifications-and-manuals/

What is the Ultra program?
The Ultra program provides the user with full control of pressure and non-pressure cooking. You can adjust different parameters based on your favorite recipes.

What makes the Ultra so unique?
The Ultra is a 10-in-1 Multi-Use Programmable Pressure Cooker.  It combines the functions of a Pressure Cooker, Slow Cooker, Rice Cooker, Yogurt Maker, Sauté, Steamer, Sterilizer, Warmer, and a truly new and innovative program, the Ultra.  The Ultra program provides the ultimate in user control when selecting the full spectrum of pressure and non-pressure settings.

Designed for the home chef looking for a greater degree of customization and control for even greater precision cooking.

The control panel consists of a large, blue LCD display; a central dial with a simple turn and press provides added precision in program selection and adjustments.  A new ‘Quick Release Button’ ensures the safer handling of the steam release after cooking is completed.  A ‘Cooking Indicator’ to provide a visual on the progress of the dish from preheat, through the cooking phase, and Keep Warm; and, ‘Altitude Adjustment’ to adjust recipes for cooking at altitudes above 2000ft/610m with an automatic altitude unit conversion.

Why is the Ultra called a 10-in-1?
The Ultra is a 10-in-1 as it has 10 commonly used kitchen appliances in 1, Pressure Cooker, Slow Cooker, Rice/Porridge Cooker, Cake Maker, Yogurt Maker, Sauté/Searing, Steamer, Warmer, Sterilizer, and the Ultra program.

What are the 16 Smart Built-In Programs?
The 16 Smart programs are: Soup/Broth, Meat/Stew, Bean/Chili, Cake, Egg, Slow Cook, Sauté/Searing, Rice, Multigrain, Porridge, Steam, Sterilize, Yogurt, Warm, Pressure Cook, and Ultra.

Why do you refer to Instant Pot® as the SMART cooker?
Instant Pot® is a programmed smart cooker that has preset cooking instructions for food ingredients and cooking methods. For the Ultra, it remembers the last customization on all cooking programs for a more personalized cooking experience.

How does the Smart Programs work?
Instant Pot® is developed with an embedded microprocessor.  The microprocessor carefully runs lab-tested algorithms to control the time, cooking pressure and temperature to ensure consistent cooking results. Users can customize these settings allowing one to achieve their preferred cooking results.

How does the Quick Release Button work?
The Quick Release Button automatically resets the cooker to the ‘Sealing’ position when you open or close the lid if the button is in the venting position.
Note: Even with this feature, Instant Pot® recommends as an added safety precaution that you ensure the Quick Release Button is in the ‘Sealing’ position before you start any pressure cooking program.

The Quick Release Button resolves the issue of forgetting to set the Steam Release back to the Sealing position following a Quick Release of steam during the previous cooking process.

For additional technical details on the Instant Pot® cookers go to: http://instantpot.us/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Instant-Pot-Product-Comparison.pdf

How do you adjust the ‘Altitude’ level in Ultra?
To adjust the ‘Altitude’, follow these steps:

  1. Return the cooker to the ‘Standby’ mode by pressing ‘Cancel’;
  2. Press and hold the central dial until the cooker beeps and enters into the system-level settings change;
  3. Rotate the dial to ‘Alt’ and press to select and rotate to the desired altitude units in feet or meters;
  4. When the altitude unit is selected, press the central dial to enter the ‘Altitude’ adjustment mode, rotate the central dial to make the adjustments;
  5. Once the adjustments are made, press the ‘Start’ key to save the system-level settings changes and exit

For the ‘Altitude’ adjustment must it be adjusted for each program?
The Altitude must only be set once for all programs.  Once the altitude is adjusted, it will apply to all programs.

Is there an indication that the program has been adjusted for ‘Altitude’?
No, there is no indication the ‘Altitude’ has been set.  However, the cooking time will be adjusted once the altitude has been updated.   For example, a 30-minute cooking cycle will be automatically adjusted to approximately 34 minutes.

What is a Progress Indicator?
The Progress Indicator provides a visual on the cooking progress from preheating through to cooking and Keep Warm.

How do I know if the Sound is ON/OFF?
Once you select ON/Off the status is displayed on the LCD panel with Sound ON/OFF.  The ‘Sound’ indicates if is ON/OFF when selecting a program, cooking starts or is completed.

What is the Sterilize program suitable for?
With the ‘Sterilize’ program one can pasteurize dairy products; sterilize baby bottles, jars, utensils, and certain types of canning much more conveniently.
Note: Refer to the ‘USDA Complete Guide to Home Canning’ for details.

How long does the Ultra Pressure Cook?
With the Ultra one can Pressure Cook for a maximum of 6 hours.

What are dual Pressure Settings?
Dual Pressure Settings provides one the ability to cook with high pressure reducing cooking time by up to 70% and low pressure to avoid overcooking delicate food.

What are the High and Low Pressure settings?
High Pressure is from 10.2 – 11.6 psi and Low Pressure is from 5.8 – 7.2 psi.

How many customizations does the Ultra remember?
The Ultra remembers your last customization on all cooking programs

Why do I need to do the Initial Test Run?
The Initial Test Run helps you become familiar with the Instant Pot® and to ensure the cooker is working properly before you start preparing those amazing dishes.

How long after selecting the settings will the cooker Start?
For the Ultra, the cooking process will start once the ‘Start’ button is pressed.  The cooker will beep 3 times and the LCD displays ‘On’.

How long is the delay start time?
The Delay Start can be set for a maximum of 24 hours.

How do I know if the Automatic Keep Warm is ON/OFF?
The ‘Keep Warm’ status is displayed on the LCD panel.

How do I know the length of time lapsed when in Keep Warm?
The ‘Keep Warm’ time is displayed on the LCD panel.

What is the difference between ‘Keep Warm’ and ‘Warm’?
Following the cooking process the ‘Ultra’ automatically goes into ‘Keep Warm’ to keep the dish at the desired temperature until one is ready to serve.  The ‘Warm’ function is used to reheat food.

How long can one set the Warm mode?
The time selection is from 10 minutes to 99 hours and 50 minutes with a default setting of 10 hours.

What temperatures does Instant Pot® operate at on the different settings?
The specification can be found at http://instantpot.us/benefits/specifications-and-manuals/

What is the Quality of the Stainless Steel inner cooking pot?
The inner pot is made from food grade 304 (18/8) stainless steel, 3-ply bottom for even heat distribution, no chemical coating, compliant with FDA food safety standards. Instant Pot’s inner cooking pot is dishwasher safe.

What is the Exterior of the cooking pot?
The Exterior of the cooker is brushed stainless steel finger print resistant.  It has a lid holder for left- and right- handed users.

How full (food & liquid) can the inner pot be for pressure-cooking?
For all pressure-cooking programs the total amount of pre-cooked food and liquid in the inner pot should not surpass the 2/3 line.  When preparing food that expands during cooking such as rice, beans or vegetables, the inner pot should not pass the ½ line.  Over filling the inner pot may risk clogging the steam release and developing excess pressure.  This may cause leakage, personal injuries, or damage to the cooker.
Note: Fill level warnings do not apply to non-pressure cooking programs.

Can I use a 5 Quart inner pot in a 6 Quart Instant Pot®?
No, one cannot.  Instant Pot® recommends to only use the inner pot which came with your cooker or, a suitable Instant Pot® replacement for the size of your cooker.  Using an inner pot not designed for the cooker may not only damage the cooker, it may not provide the best cooking results.

Can I use another Instant Pot® 6 Quart inner pot in the Ultra?
Yes, the 6 Quart inner pots are interchangeable.

Why does the stainless steel inner pot have a rainbow like stain after washing?
The discoloration on the stainless steel cooking pot is called “rainbowing” which can be caused by exposure to high heat, cooking starchy food (e.g. rice, pasta) or even detergent staining after hand or machine wash.  This is common and normal in all stainless steel cookware.

How should the Quick Release Button be positioned for pressure-cooking?
The steam release must be in the ‘Sealing’ position for pressure-cooking.

How do you turn the Instant Pot® OFF?
To turn the Ultra OFF, press CANCEL and remove the plug from the wall outlet.
Note: Unplug from the power outlet when not in use and prior to cleaning.

How do I restore the cooker’s default settings?
To return to the factory default setting for a specific cooking program, rotate to a specific cooking program, press the central dial to enter the program setting mode, then press and hold the Cancel key until the cooker beeps.

For a full reset of all cooking programs to return the cooker to the factory default settings, removing all customizations return the cooker to standby mode by pressing ‘Cancel’, then Press and hold the Cancel key until the cooker beeps.

What is the maximum time for the Sauté function?
The maximum time is 30 minutes as a safety precaution.
Note: Do not use the Instant Pot® lid when Sautéing.

What are the different Sautéing functions for the Ultra?
For the Ultra one may choose temperatures between Medium (for regular browning), Low (for simmering or thickening sauce), and High (for stir-frying or blackening meat).  In addition, there is a custom temperature option to set the desired sauté temperature.

When the cooker has reached the working temperature the LCD will display ‘Hot’.  Add food to the inner pot and begin sautéing.

Should I use the Lid for the Sauté function?
Do not use any lid for the Sauté program or there will be a warning sound.  The sauté time is set for a maximum of 30 minutes as a safety precaution.

How many hours can the Instant Pot® Slow Cook for?
The Slow Cook can be set from 0.5 – 20 hours.

How many temperature settings are there in the Slow Cook program
There are 3 temperature settings, Low, Medium, and High, as well as, custom temperature option.

How does the Slow Cook function work in comparison to a slow cooker?
The Instant Pot® Slow Cooking function controls the slow cooker with 3 different temperature settings.  For instance, medium is 194~205°F/90~96°C; whereas, most conventional slow cookers do not actually control the temperature levels, they only apply different heating intervals or intensity. The difference between the High and Low settings of most conventional slow cookers is only in the time it take to reach 212°F or 100°C.

The 3 temperature ranges in the Instant Pot® are:

  • Less: 82-87.8°C/180-190°F (low setting in a slow cooker)
  • Normal:8~93°C/190-200°F (medium setting in a slow cooker)
  • More: 93~99°C/200~210°F (high setting in a slow cooker)

Note: For non-pressure cooking one may use the Instant Pot® glass lid.

Can I make cooking adjustments after the cooking process has started?
The Ultra allows one to easily adjust settings even after the cooking is in progress.

How long is the Fermentation time for making Yogurt?
Fermentation is up to 99.5 hours at 2 temperatures.

What is the Condensation Collector for?
The condensation collector traps excess liquid to prevent it from spilling onto the counter.

What is the Anti-Block Shield?
The Anti-Block Shield is the round component with 6 holes under the lid.  The Anti-Block Shield prevents food particles from blocking the steam release valve.

Does the Anti-Block Shield need to be removed?
Yes, the Anti-Block Shield must be removed and cleaned after each use, especially following the preparation of foods that may splatter. To remove: Using your thumb, push the side of the Anti-Block Shield towards the lid rim and lift up with some effort. The anti-block shield should pop out.  To install: Position the Anti-Block Shield in place and push down.

What is Delay Start?
The Delay Start sets the total time delay prior to the cooking program starting the cooking process.
Note: When using the Delay Start allow sufficient cooling down time prior to serving.

Can the Delay Start be used for all dishes?
The Delay Start is not recommended for porridge, oatmeal, or any other foamy and thick liquids.  When preparing foods that foam or splatter, the cooking progress should be monitored.

How much time does one have to set the Delay Start?
Up to 24 hours.

How does the Cancel key work?
The cancel function ends a cooking program at any time or returns the cooker to the standby mode displaying OFF.  It can also be used to reset the cooker to full factory default

Does the Pressure Level have any effect on non-pressure cooking programs such as: Slow Cook, Sauté and Yogurt.
No, the Pressure Level is only for pressure-cooking.

How do I know the Pressure-Cooking process has started?
On the Ultra model, pressing the Start button to start cooking.

What Pressure Levels are available?
There are (2) pressure levels, low and high.

Pressure is not building why?
To build pressure it requires at least 1.5 – 2 cups (355 – 473 ml) of water or liquid.
Note: The amount of liquid is dependent on the quart size.

Not setting the steam release valve to the Sealing position for pressure-cooking and steaming.  If it is not Sealed pressure will not build.  For additional troubleshooting, please refer to the troubleshooting steps in the manual, pages 23-25.

How do I know which Controls and Settings to use for my dish?
Please refer to the manual provided with the Ultra.  If working with an Instant Pot® recipe please follow the instructions indicated.

What is the Steam Rack for?
The Steam Rack is used on the bottom of the inner pot when steaming vegetables or to elevate dishes outside of the liquid in the inner pot.

Is the Steam Rack stainless steel?
Yes, it is made from food grade 304 (18/8) stainless steel, compliant to FDA food safety standards.

How do I prevent Staining on the inside of the cooker?
Prior to placing the inner pot in the cooker, wipe the pot dry and ensure the inner pot and the inside of the cooker are free from any debris which may scorch the inside of the cooker.

How do I stop a program after it has started?
Once the cooking process has started, you can press Cancel at any time to end the program.  The cooker will then go into the Standby mode.

How long can the cooker remain in the Keep Warm setting?
The maximum time in Keep Warm is 24 hours. After 24 hours the cooker will automatically turn OFF. The Keep Warm ON/OFF function can be used at any time during the cooking process.
Note:  For Rice it is not recommended to have the Keep Warm on for more than 2 hours

Why does the Keep Warm setting have a maximum time of 24 hours?
The Keep Warm will automatically shut off after 24 hours for safety and energy consumption reasons.

How do I know if the Keep Warm is ON?
For the Ultra, the Cooking Indicator will indicate that the cooker is in the ‘Keep Warm’ phase.  The LCD will also display the elapsed time.

What is the difference between Keep Warm and Warm?
‘Keep Warm’ is for maintaining the temperature of the food once the cooking process is completed.  ‘Warm’ is used mainly to preheat food.

How many temperature settings are available in the Warm setting?
There are 3 temperature settings low, medium and high, as well as, a custom temperature option.

How long can one set the Warm mode?
The time selection is from 10 minutes to 99 hours and 50 minutes with a default setting of 10 hours.

What is the difference between Natural Pressure and Quick Release?
Natural Release: Allows the cooker to cool down naturally until the float valve drops down.  This may take 10 to 40 minutes, or even longer, depending on the amount of food in the cooker.  Place a wet towel on the lid to speed up the cooling process (Note: Do not cover the Steam Release Valve).  Once the cooking process is completed, turn OFF the Keep Warm mode if it is ON.

Quick Release: Turn the steam release button to the Venting position to let steam out until the float valve drops. Never pull out the steam release valve while it is releasing steam as escaping steam is extremely hot and can cause scalds. For food with large liquid volume or starch content, use the Natural Release as thick liquid may splatter out.

How do I know if I should use Natural or Quick Release?
Start by referring to the recipe.  The Quick Release method is used for delicate dishes such as custards and fresh vegetables and the Natural Release method is used for meats, soups and grains.

How do I know when it is Safe to open the lid?
Start by pressing ‘Cancel’. The LCD will display OFF.  Before opening the lid, make sure the float valve has dropped.  Do not open the lid if the float valve has not dropped. Do not open the lid if it is locked and cannot be opened.  Do not force the lid open at any time.
Note: When opening the lid, the inner pot may adhere to the lid.  This is caused by vacuum due to cooling.  To release the vacuum, move the stream release button to the Venting position.

What do I do if the Float Valve is stuck?
Press the Quick Release Button to the Venting position.  Once all the steam is released, push the float valve down with a pen or long stick.

How much liquid is required in the inner pot for pressure-cooking?
For pressure-cooking always add at least 1.5 – 2.5 cups / 355 – 473 ml (depending on quart size) of water or other liquids with a thin, watery consistency so enough steam can be generated to cook under pressure.  These liquids include cooking sauces, wine, beer, and stocks.
Note: Oils and oil-based sauces do not have sufficient water content and do not account for the required liquid volume.

Are the Instant Pot® Sealing Rings Safe?
The Instant Pot® sealing rings pass UL, FDA and LFGB tests for safety, including food safety.  The Instant Pot® sealing ring is an integral part of the Instant Pot® safety features.  The sealing rings have been designed, engineered, and built with the optimal material to achieve the hardness and strength required to withstand high-pressure force during electric pressure-cooking.

How do I remove the food odor from the Sealing Ring?
The Instant Pot® sealing ring is made from food grade silicone.  Silicone may pick up food odors during cooking. To remove the odor, try the following:

  1. Steam Clean – add 2 cups of water or white vinegar and cut-up lemon rind, run the Steam program for 2 minutes with the sealing ring in position. Then, allow the sealing ring to air dry.
  2. Place the sealing ring in the dishwasher.  High temperature and strong detergent will usually remove the majority of smells.
  3. Soak the sealing ring overnight in white vinegar, lemon juice, tomato juice, or bleach. Then, run it through the dishwasher.
  4. Store the sealing ring in a plastic bag with ground coffee or baking soda.

Or, you may wish to have one sealing ring for savory and another for sweet foods.

How often should the Sealing Ring be cleaned?
It is not necessary to remove the sealing ring after each use.  One should remove the sealing ring and clean following every 5-6 uses or if any food that splatters was prepared.

How often should the Sealing Ring be replaced?
The sealing ring is made from food grade silicone and is extremely durable.  Under normal conditions it should be fine for 18 – 24 months.  If you notice cracks, leaking or deformation in the sealing ring, it should be replaced.  However, the sealing ring is porous and may absorb odors and become discolored.  To avoid discoloration and odors, one may wish to change the sealing ring every 6 – 12 months.

Can I use another brand of Sealing Ring?
Unapproved and unauthorized sealing rings are not manufactured, tested or certified by Instant Pot®; as such, we are unable to confirm if they meet Instant Pot established standards.  The use of third party sealing rings may have unexpected effects on your cooker, and will void the Instant Pot® warranty.  Instant Pot® recommends only using Instant Pot® branded sealing rings.

Is the Instant Pot® Dish Washer Safe?
The inner pot, the lid, the sealing ring and the stream rack are dishwasher safe.  Or, one may wash by hand with detergent. Rinse with clear water and wipe dry with a soft cloth.

For the lid, remove the sealing ring and anti-block shield from the underside and wash with warm, soapy water, rinse with clear water and wipe dry with a soft cloth. 

How do I clean the inside of the cooker?
Wipe the inner cooker base rim and dry with a cloth to prevent rusting of the exterior cooker rim.  Clean the outer body with a damp soft cloth or sponge.

Note: Never use harsh chemical detergents, scouring pads or powders on any of the parts or components.

How do I return the cooker’s default setting for a specific cooking program?
To return to the factory default setting for a specific cooking program, rotate to a specific cooking program, press the central dial to enter the program setting mode, then press and hold the Cancel key until the cooker beeps.

How do I remove all customizations and return to the factory settings?
To remove all customizations and return all setting to the factory default settings, return the cooker to the ‘Standby’ mode by pressing Cancel.  Press and hold the Cancel key until the cooker beeps

Can I place the Instant Pot® on the stovetop while a burner is in use and/or close to a Heat source?
Do not place the cooker on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or in a heated-oven, as this will damage the cooker.
Note: Intended for countertop use only.

Why is there an occasional clicking sound when using my Instant Pot®?
The clicking/cracking sounds in the Instant Pot® comes from the following possible sources:

  1. Water or moisture on the bottom of the inner pot
  2. Instant Pot® power switch turning on and off during operation
  3. Friction between the lid and the housing created by expansion and contraction due to changing internal pressure and temperature
  4. The flat flexible pressure board under the heating element bending under pressure (the board is designed to last over 100,000 uses)
  5. Food such as dry beans popping open during cooking

Why is there water on the groove of the cooker housing top?
It is normal to have some condensation of water in the groove on the top of the cooker, especially during the cooling down period.
If you have an excessive amount of water in the groove, there are two possibilities:

  1. The sealing ring has not been installed properly
  2. The sealing ring requires replacement

Prior to proceeding, inspect your sealing ring.

What Does Ov Ht refer to?
Instant Pot® is built with a burn-protection mechanism.  When a high temperature 140C/ 284F) is detected on the bottom of the inner pot, the burn-protection mechanism suspends heating to avoid food burning.

The only exception to the burn-protection mechanism is with food that has a very high starch content. For instance, if you add flour in your chili, the flour will sink to the bottom, solidifies at low temperatures and can block heat dissipation. In this situation, we suggest you add flour to the chili after initial cooking and perhaps cooking it for an additional one to five minutes to allow thickening of the chili.

Are there any Foods that one must be cautious of or cannot be prepared in the Instant Pot®?
Yes, we recommend caution with foods such as applesauce, cranberries, pearl barley, oatmeal or other cereals, split peas, noodles, pasta and rhubarb as they can foam, froth or sputter and can clog the steam release valve. When preparing these types of food the inner pot should not be more than ½ full.
Note:  Make sure the Steam Release Valve, Float Valve and Anti-Block Shield are clean and free from debris.

Can one Deep Fry in the Instant Pot®?
One cannot deep fry or pressure fry in the cooker with oil.

Can one do Canning with Instant Pot®?
There are two types of canning: boiling-water canning at 100°C/212°F (for acid fruits, tomatoes, pickles and jellied products) and pressure canning at 115~121°C/240~250°F (for low acid vegetables, meat and poultry). Please refer to “USDA Complete Guide to Home Canning” for more details.

Instant Pot® can be used for boiling-water canning. The Instant Pot® current product line is regulated by a pressure sensor instead of a thermometer; the altitude of your location may affect the actual cooking temperature.  We recommend to not use Instant Pot® for pressure canning.

What accessories are included with the Instant Pot®
Accessories include – stainless steel (18/8) steam rack with handles to lower and lift food, condensation collector, rice paddle, soup spoon, and measuring cup.

What accessories are recommended for use with Instant Pot®?
Instant Pot® recommends to only cook in the Instant Pot® stainless steel or ceramic non-stick inner pots for best results. Other brands may not have the correct curvature to match the heating element. Accessories and parts not branded Instant Pot® or recommended by Instant Pot® may cause the cooker to malfunction.

My Instant Pot® has stopped working, what do I do?
Start by referring to the Troubleshooting section of your manual or click on the link below.  If the troubleshooting does not solve the issue, open a support ticket at www.InstantPot.com/support/ or contact the customer service team at 1.800.828.7280 x2.

Here are some of the most common problems with the recommended solution:

Are the Ultra UL and ULC certified?
Yes, it is UL and ULC certified.

How many Safety mechanisms are included?
11 Safety mechanisms.

What are the 11 Safety mechanisms?

  1. Pressure Regulator, ensures working pressure to be under the safety limit
  2. Anti-Blockage Vent, prevents food debris from blocking the vent
  3. Safety Lid Lock, prevents accidental opening of the cooker while it is pressurized
  4. Designed with a sensor for lid position detection, monitors whether the lid is in an unsafe position for pressure-cooking
  5. Automatic Temperature Control, regulates temperature based on the type of program being selected
  6. High Temperature monitoring, avoids burning food
  7. Automatic Pressure Controller, keeps pressure always in a safe range
  8. Electrical current and temperature, fuse cuts off power if the current or internal temperature exceeds safety limits
  9. Excess Pressure Protection, releases excess pressure into internal chamber in a dangerous situation
  10. Smart detection of leaky lid (e.g. steam release is at open position)
  11. New! Quick Release Button – For safer handling of steam release after cooking is completed. The Steam Release Button automatically resets the cooker to the ‘Sealing’ position when you open or close the lid if it is set to the venting position.

How long is the warranty?
The warranty is for a period of 12 months from the date of purchase.  For more details on the warranty go to http://instantpot.us/support/warranty-information/

Does the Instant Pot® include recipes?
Yes, your cooker comes with a recipe booklet.

Where do I find additional recipes?
Try the ‘Recipe Section’ of www.instantpot.us, the Instant Pot® free app or join the Instant Pot® Facebook Community at Facebook.com/groups/instantpotcommunity.  There are a number of amazing bloggers developing recipes for the Instant Pot®, search Instant Pot® Recipes.  Here is a list of our Authorized and Recommended cookbooks one may wish to try.

Can I purchase Instant Pot® in the UK or Europe?
Yes, we have certain Instant Pot® models developed in 220~240v on sale in the UK. If you live in EU countries, you can purchase from www.instantpot.co.uk or amazon.co.uk.

Is the Ultra currently available in the UK or Europe?
No, the Ultra 6 Quart is currently not available in the UK or Europe.

Can I use Instant Pot® in a country with 220V electrical system?
The North American Instant Pot® models are designed to work with 110~120V. Models with a 220~240V are sold in the UK.  Please go to www.instantpot.co.uk or amazon.co.uk.

Is there an Instant Pot Store?
Yes, go to www.instantpot.us/store/

Where is Instant Pot manufactured?
Designed by Canadians, manufactured in China.

Which Social Media platforms can I follow Instant Pot®?
Facebook.com/groups/instantpotcommunity, facebook@instantpot, twitter@instantpot, pinterest@instantpot and instagram@instantpotofficial

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