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$99.99 $87.44 list($140.00)
1. Leyse 31101 Professional 12" 18/10
$89.99 list($150.00)
2. Innova Stainless Steel 8-Quart
$99.99 list($170.00)
3. Innova Stainless Steel 10-Quart
$119.99 list($170.00)
4. Leyse 31102 Professional 18/10
$79.99 list($130.00)
5. Innova Stainless Steel 6-Quart
6. INNOVA LEYSE PROFESSIONAL COOKWARE
7. INNOVA LEYSE PROFESSIONAL COOKWARE
8. INNOVA LEYSE PROFESSIONAL COOKWARE
$114.99 list($149.99)
9. Leyse Electric 14 Inch Nonstick
10. LEYSE PROFESSIONAL COOKWARE 25301
11. LEYSE PROFESSIONAL COOKWARE 25302

1. Leyse 31101 Professional 12" 18/10 Stainless Steel High Dome Electric Fry Pan with Stainless Steel Lid.
list price: $140.00
our price: $99.99
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Asin: B0000ULD7O
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Leyse
Sales Rank: 31302
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Features

  • Highest quality 18/10 stainless steel construction for durability and fast, easy clean-up.
  • Heavy duty stainless steel handles. Handles are designed for easy, comfrotable handling and are permanently welded for maximum durability and long life.
  • Fully adjustable temperature control. Set the dial from warm to 400 degrees F. the thermostat then maintains temperature throughout the entire cooking process.
  • Extra large capacity high dome design. High dome lid combined with wide and extra deep body designallow for additional cooking capacity, ideal for chickens and roasts.

2. Innova Stainless Steel 8-Quart Pressure Cooker with Steamer Insert and Bonus Lid
list price: $150.00
our price: $89.99
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Asin: B00005J8H1
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Innova
Sales Rank: 3824
Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Fast-forward your favorite recipes with the Innova 8-quart pressure cooker from Leyse. Made for family-size quantities of pasta, beans, and stews, this pressure cooker delivers reliable construction as well as versatile use. The cooker is crafted from mirror-finish 18/10 stainless steel with an encapsulated aluminum base for quick and even conductivity. A three-level regulator operates at 5, 10, or 15 psi, so you can fine-tune according to your recipe and schedule. Other smart features include an anti-clog filter, a pop-up pressure indicator, and a steam-release push-button that directs steam away from the chef. The cooker comes with a stainless-steel steamer insert and an extra lid for conventional cooking of soups or stocks. Leyse includes a five-year warranty. --Emily Bedard ... Read more

Features

  • Pop up pressure indicator raises to indicate pressure and drops when pressure is released
  • Highest quality 18/10 stainless steel w/ aluminum core encapsulated with thick aluminum disc
  • Handles are ergonomically designed
  • Durable phenolic stay cool handles
  • Push button steam release

Reviews (10)

4-0 out of 5 stars 2+ dishes in the time for one
In short, this is an excellent, practical, mid-level pressure cooker. Because of its fast cooking and ease of multitasking with a pressure cooker, I can comfortably cook 2 to 4 dishes in the time I used to prepare just one dish.

This pressure cooker is a jiggle-top model that makes soft hiss noise while cooking. While there are some minor inconveniences, this cooker is just as good as any other pressure cooker of comparable specs. The pressure goes up to legitimate 15 psi unlike some inferior products going only to 10-13 psi. The pot is made from stainless steel with aluminum bottom clad. This means that the heat is evenly distributed across the bottom, and the cooking can be done at the standard 15 psi. Lower maximum pressure means longer cooking time.

The pressure (5, 10, 15 psi) is adjustable, but this is done by changing the configuration of the jiggling weight. This is of no inconvenience to me because I use it at 15 psi all the time. Some of the expensive models can change the pressure by turning the dial, but I wonder what is the actual utility for that feature.

Like all modern pressure cookers, the lid locks in by bayonet mechanism, not screw mount mechanism. So it's easy to tell when the lid is not locked properly. But I find this bayonet lid is not the easiest I've used. It takes a bit of getting used to. With all the safety features and well designed pressure releasing mechanism, I feel that this pressure cooker is very safe to operate with ordinary precaution.

The pressure indicator pops up when there is pressure in the pot. However, this indicator is pretty much all-or-nothing indicator and the pressure cannot be estimated from the length of the part of the indicator that sticks out. However, you can tell when the pressure reaches the nominal 15 psi because of the hiss noise and rocking weight.

After all, this pressure cooker is a very usable full-spec unit, though it doesn't provide the full convenience features found in models that are 2x more expensive. I think this is a very sensible buy.

I initially thought that this cooker was too big for me. But if I were to buy one now, after using this for a few days, I would go for a bigger one listed at a few more dollars. Why? It's because, with a suitable wire rack, two dishes can be cooked together. For example, a soup can be cooked in the bottom, and rice can be cooked in a Pyrex or earthware bowl supported by a wire rack. Or stew in the bottom, steamed potato on top. As long as the food cooked in the bottom has some water, something else can be steamed in the same pot!

5-0 out of 5 stars Delighted
Here are the features I wanted in a pressure cooker and for which I chose the Innova: protected thick aluminum base for even heat distribution, easy quick pressure release, extra lid for regular cooking, long handle with opposite helper handle, steamer basket insert for vegetables and pasta, and pressure regular with alternative pressure settings.

I'm totally delighted with this cooker. Easy to clean and use, looks beautiful. No problems with sticking foods. And all the things they say about pressure cooking seem to be true. Pick up Lorna Sass 'Complete Vegetarian Kitchen': great book for using the pressure cooker. Almost all of the recipes I've tried have garnered rave reviews from family and friends.

The quick release is important for many recipes, but holding the button long gets to be a drag; so after venting with the button a moment I just tip the regulator on top to vent the rest while doing something else.

At first I was a surprised to discover it was a jiggle-top model which I hadn't expected. Lorna Sass, in her 'Great Vegetarian Cooking Under Pressure' (great book!) says the new generation of stationary pressure regulator cookers 'provide a number of advantages worth considering', but she does not elaborate. So I decided to try it anyway and I must say I am delighted. After several weeks of regular cooking, I have yet to find any reason to question this jiggle-top. Maybe I don't know what I'm missing, but I would have to pay double for a WMF or Kuhn-Rikon (which some say is not easy to regulate) to find out, and trying to find information about the Magefesa seems to be a joke - by website or by phone. I could find no confirming information that the Fagor has the aluminum sandwiched base for even heat distribution. So the Innova seemed the best value for meeting my wish list.

Some of the Sass recipes have notes for jiggle-top cookers like adding a tablespoon of oil when cooking some grains to control foaming and prevent clogging the regulator, and adding a little more water to compensate for escaping steam. But these seem very minor issues to me.

The rocking hiss of the regulator is an excellent signal. I can tell from the sound when the pressure is up or needs adjusting without having to go look at a gage. When the pressure is right, it has a gentile, quiet rock. I've noticed the pressure gradually builds after cooking a while and even the lowest setting becomes too high for some burners on my stove.

I did find the 'American Culinary Institute' in contention in another review; it seems they were sued by Culinary Institute of America to protect its name, which could explain why information about the 'Gold Medal Awards' program is now hard to find. (..) So I don't think that one-star review is merited.

The review complaining of the gasket blowing is a serious issue, but I've had no problems at all.

All in all, I'm totally happy with my Innova; I wonder what I may be missing if I were willing to pay twice as much, but I don't seem to be willing to spend that much to find out.

5-0 out of 5 stars In all Fairness
An earlier review stated that this pan did not recieve any awards and that the American Culinary Institute does not exist. Actually, both statements are false. If you don't believe me, then check the websites for yourself. The American Culinary Institute can be found at http://www.qii.org and for reference on the actual award, might I suggest these websites: http://www.qualitykitchen.com/innovapressurecooker.htm , http://store.yahoo.com/dreamkitchen/in6qtprescoo.html , or one of the other 63 sites that were listed when I typed in a search on Altavista.com

I think it is only fair to get the facts straight about this particular piece of cookware. I've cooked with this pan for over a decade and it has never given me one minute of trouble. I bought one for my mother 6 years ago and will be purchasing another for my sister as a wedding present. It's a strong, durable, easy to operate, and safe pan to use.

There are many improvements from the old fashioned canners and pressure cookers that I grew up with. Veteran chefs will remember when pressure cookers had no safety features like pop-up valves, a blow out seal (if you overheat or improperly seal the pan), and a steam release button - all of which are found in this model. You nearly risked life and limb when you had to manually lift the pressure weight to slowly release steam. Let's also not forget what happened if you weren't paying close attention to the pressure gauge. You learned that your mistake would cost time and money since you had to send your entire lid back to the manufacturer to have a whole new pressure release valve installed.

With this pressure cooker, no one need ever face the trials and tribulations that used to accompany pressure cookers. For the average home user - especially those who have never used a pressure cooker before, this is an incredible bargain that is easy to use, safe, and a long-term performer. It deserves a fair review and the credit it is due.

1-0 out of 5 stars Thar She Blows
Several times the rubber gasket has blown out (same place on the lid). I E-mailed the company, no responce. The last time it actually slid the pan several inches on my glass top range not to mention making a mess out of my kitchen. I have checked and no cooking vents are plugged. I love cooking with a pressure cooker, but I'm throwing this pan away before some one gets burned and I will never buy from this company again.

5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful and very easy to use
The first week I received this cooker, I jumped right in and canned 30 pints of green beans and 4 pints of corn. WHAT A GREAT FEELING TO SEE THESE BEAUTIFUL JARS. I had never canned before and did not purchase this cooker with canning in mind. I was given so much produce from my mother, canning was the only thing I could do to keep the food from spoiling. The cooker will process 5 regular pint jars at a time. It was easy to do with the manufactures directions. Since then I have used this cooker to make fork tender round steak in 20 minuets. I am ready to try preparing new dishes from the enclosed "Use and Care" guide and other pressure cooker cookbooks I have purchased. Replacement parts are available to order if you need them, like the rubber sealing ring, pressure weights and regulator, canning disk, and others. Clean up has not been a problem. Highly recommend! At home in Indiana. ... Read more


3. Innova Stainless Steel 10-Quart Pressure Cooker with Steamer Insert and Bonus Lid
list price: $170.00
our price: $99.99
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Asin: B00005J8H2
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Innova
Sales Rank: 4808
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Features

  • Pop up pressure indicator raises to indicate pressure and drops when pressure is released
  • Highest quality 18/10 stainless steel w/ aluminum core encapsulated with thick aluminum disc
  • Handles are ergonomically designed
  • Durable phenolic stay cool handles
  • Push button steam release

4. Leyse 31102 Professional 18/10 Stainless Steel 8-Quart Electric Pressure Cooker with Stainless Steel Steamer Insert and Lid.
list price: $170.00
our price: $119.99
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Asin: B0000ULD7Y
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Leyse
Sales Rank: 28501
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Features

  • Extra stainless steel lid for use as a regular stock pot.
  • Highest quality 18/10 stainless steel construction for durability and fast, easy clean-up.
  • Push botton steam release. Simply press the button and steam is quickly released away from your hand. Unique filter inside lid helps prevent clogging.
  • Pop-up pressure indicator. Pop-up indicator raises to indicate when there is pressure in the cooker and drops when pressure is released.
  • 10/15 pound pressure regulator. 2 piece regulator operates at either 10 or 15 pounds per square inch to accommodate all recipes.

5. Innova Stainless Steel 6-Quart Pressure Cooker with Steamer Insert and Bonus Lid
list price: $130.00
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Asin: B00005J8H0
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Innova
Sales Rank: 37604
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Pop-up pressure indicator raises to indicate pressure and drops when pressure is released
  • Highest quality 18/10 stainless steel w/ aluminum core bottom encapsulated with thick aluminum disc
  • Handles are ergonomically designed
  • Durable phenolic stay cool handles
  • Push button steam release

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars a wonderful way to learn how to pressure cook!
This was my first pressure cooker. The instruction book was very clearly written and it made cooking a breeze! It was incredible to have a roast done in under 40 minutes instead of hours. I am very pleased! ... Read more


6. INNOVA LEYSE PROFESSIONAL COOKWARE 24501 1 Quart Saucepan

Asin: B00006WNP0
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Innova Leyse Professional Cookware
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Features

  • Designed for easy pouring and cleaning
  • Completely encapsulated, thick, aluminum inner-core (in 18/10 stainless steel) bottoms offer superior and consistent heat conductivity for even cooking
  • Heavy-duty lid fits tightly to retain nutrients and flavors
  • Stay-cool, heavy-gauge handles are permanently welded for maximum durability

7. INNOVA LEYSE PROFESSIONAL COOKWARE 24508 8" Open Omelet Pan

Asin: B00006WNP1
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Innova Leyse Professional Cookware
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Features

  • Designed for easy pouring and cleaning
  • Completely encapsulated, thick, aluminum inner-core (in 18/10 stainless steel) bottoms offer superior and consistent heat conductivity for even cooking
  • Stay-cool, heavy-gauge handles are permanently welded for maximum durability

8. INNOVA LEYSE PROFESSIONAL COOKWARE 24530 7 Piece Cookware Set

Asin: B00006WNP5
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Innova Leyse Professional Cookware
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Features

  • Designed for easy poring and cleaning
  • Completely encapsulated, thick, aluminum inner-core (in 18/10 stainless steel) bottoms offer superior and consistent heat conductivity for even cooking
  • Heavy-duty lids fit tightly to retain nutrients and flavors
  • Stay-cool, heavy-gauge handles are permanently welded for maximum durability
  • 2 Quart covered saucepan

9. Leyse Electric 14 Inch Nonstick 'Everything Pan'
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B0006HR73A
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Leyse
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Features

  • Non-Stick Interior makes cooking fast and easy.
  • Heavy-gauge 18/10 stainless steel for fast, easy cleaning and long-lasting durability.
  • Magnetic Break Away Power Cord. Thermostat can be set from warm to 400 degrees F.
  • High dome lid combined with wide, extra deep body allow for additional cooking capacity.
  • Beautiful design with Stay Cool Handles

10. LEYSE PROFESSIONAL COOKWARE 25301 MIXING BOWL

Asin: B00006WNP7
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Leyse Professional Cookware
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Features

  • 3 Liter capacity
  • Easy to clean

11. LEYSE PROFESSIONAL COOKWARE 25302 MIXING BOWL

Asin: B00006WNP8
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Leyse Professional Cookware
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Features

  • 5 Liter capacity
  • Easy to clean

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