Mirro Pressure Cooker 8 Quart

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Mirro Pressure Cooker 8 Quart

8 Quarts Liquid Capacity
Inside diameter - 9 1/2 inches
Inside Height - 6 1/2 inches
Overall Length - 18 inches
Overall Height - 10 1/4 inches

10 Year Limited Manufacturer's Warranty
Mirro Model 92180
This pressure cooker is not suitable for canning.

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This 8-Quart aluminum pressure cooker gives you the ability to quickly and conveniently prepare nutritious food. Using with a Mirro Pressure Cooker reduces cook time by up to 70% and prevents the loss of essential vitamins and nutrients. In a rush to cook lots of food for your family? This pressure cooker is the solution! It features a 10 PSI pressure control weight, a reusable overpressure valve, an overpressure safety window, and locking handles to prevent accidents and safety risks. It's durable aluminum body is even dishwasher safe! You will be sure to appreciate the functionality of this 8-Quart Mirro Pressure Cooker.

Note: This cooker comes with an instruction/recipe book

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10 PSI pressure control
Pressure cooking cuts cooking times up to two-thirds!
Pressure cooking retains nutrients lost in conventional cooking.
Uses a Triple Safe Design, which features a reusable safety over pressure valve, sure-locking lid system and overpressure safety window.
Dishwasher safe.

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Customer Reviews
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Louis S.
This cooks a great meal for us 4. Cleaning is a snap, and storage is easy.
Posted at 5:04:pm 05/29/18
StarsStarsStarsStarsStars Pressure control tip for 8qt and up
Update from my earlier comment. When screwing the pressure control ball go past the thread engagement to where the ball is resting loosely on the lid. My first 20 minutes just boiled the beans. I made the above change and the pressure became more obvious with the jiggling, etc and the beans came out great.
Posted at 9:36:pm 05/25/15
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I\'m breaking in the Mirro 92080 8 quart, the pressure control is not jiggling like the manual says it should and the pinto beans I\'m trying seem to be taking longer than I expected.
Posted at 7:40:pm 05/25/15
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anita eiden
i8 have been using mirro pressure cookers for over 40 years my mom use one also. i like mirro over presto. better built. the only complaint is finding parts locally. don't a;ways have the time to go on line to look up parts and pay shipping. do like the pressure gage that lets me select the pressure i want when cooking different foods. over all i will buy mirro any day over presto.
Posted at 6:29:pm 08/06/12
StarsStarsStarsStarsStars Good quality, love it.
My Grandmother used one, my mom used one and I use mine. The Mirror brand seems more durable than my first Presto.....Thanks.
Posted at 11:45:am 11/21/11
StarsStarsStarsStars happy cook
I just used my new pressure cooker for the first time and am very pleased with the quality of this product. The sturdy construction and ease of use will prompt me to recommend this product to friends searching for a new pressure cooker!
Posted at 12:55:pm 08/25/11


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