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Presto 01755 16-Quart Aluminum canner Pressure Cooker, One Size, Silver

  • Presto 01755 16-Quart Aluminum canner Pressure Cooker, One Size, Silver
  • Presto 01755 16-Quart Aluminum canner Pressure Cooker, One Size, Silver
  • Presto 01755 16-Quart Aluminum canner Pressure Cooker, One Size, Silver
  • Presto 01755 16-Quart Aluminum canner Pressure Cooker, One Size, Silver
  • Presto 01755 16-Quart Aluminum canner Pressure Cooker, One Size, Silver

Presto 01755 16-Quart Aluminum canner Pressure Cooker, One Size, Silver

NZ$ 858.00 NZ$ 515.00 Save: NZ$ 343.00
NZ$ 515.00 NZ$ 858.00 You save: NZ$ 343.00



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Delivery Time: 15-20 days
Delivery Time: 15-20 days

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  • Designed for easy, confident home pressure canning.
  • The only safe method recommended by the USDA for canning vegetables, meats, poultry, and seafood.
  • Doubles as a boiling water canner for fruits, jams, jellies, pickles, and salsa in half-pint and pint jars.
  • Works on gas, electric, and Smooth-top ranges.
  • Deluxe pressure dial gauge registers precise processing pressures, which is especially important in high altitude areas.
  • Air vent/cover lock allows pressure to build only when the cover is closed properly and prevents the cover from being opened until pressure is safely reduced.
  • Handy as a large capacity pressure cooker for meats, poultry, soups, and desserts.
  • Durable heavy-gauge aluminum for long life and fast, even heating. Cooking/canning rack.
  • Easy-to-follow 80-page instruction/recipe book for canning and pressure cooking. Regular mason jar Capacity: 12 half-pints, 10 pints, or 7 quarts (half-pints and pints only for boiling water processing).
  • Extended 12-year limited .
  • Designed for easy, confindent home pressure canning. The only method recommended safe for canning meats, vegetables, poultry and seafood.
  • Easy -to-read dial gauge registers a complete range of processing pressures.
  • Includes cooking/canning rack and complete instruction/recipe book.
  • Mason jar capacity: 12 half-pints; 10 pints; 7 quarts.
  • 13-1/4 by 14-1/2 by 11-3/4 inches; 12 year limited warranty.
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With An Addition, Presto Makes My Canner Perfect For My NeedsI spent a lot of time investigating pressure canners when I was deciding which one to purchase. I knew the weight of the All-American made it prohibitive for me to handle, so discarded those immediately. I wanted a pop-up button to show when the pressure was low enough to remove the lid, and only the Presto has that. I also wanted a "jiggler" pressure regulator so that I could hear what the canner was doing, which would allow me to continue to work around and near the kitchen as the food was processing, instead of being next to the stove making sure the pressure was correct by watching a gauge. The Mirro had the "jiggler," but the pressure release indicator is hidden inside the handle and is very difficult for me to see to determine whether or not the pressure is low enough to open the lid. I had canned with friends, and one had the Presto and one had the Mirro, so I knew a bit about both of them. I felt that surely somebody had built a pressure canner with both of the attributes I was seeking, but could not find it. Only in reading the remarks about the Presto on one site was I able to find out about the Presto pressure regulator that is a "jiggler" and can be placed on this canner in place of the pressure regulator which comes with it. I cannot imagine why Presto does not advertise that in its description of the canner. So, along with the purchase of the Presto Pressure Canner Pressure Regulator that allows me to use 5, 10, or 15 pounds of pressure, I am thrilled with my Presto canner. I purchased both the large and the small canners, which allows me to process about 27-30 pints of food at a time, or 14 quarts. I also use the large canner and my stainless steel Tramotina stockpots for water-bath canning. The disks from the pressure canners also fit the bottoms of the larger Tramotina stockpots, making them much easier to use for water-bath canning than the wire racks, which are too heavy to lift when they are filled with jars. Additional disks can be purchased separately, also. I wish the "jiggler" were included with all of the Presto pressure canners, or the canner could be ordered with the choice of regulators. Other than that, I love both of my Presto pressure canners and would change nothing about them. 5Best purchase for the money and QualityI have three since I can a lot. These Presto 23 quart Pressure caner or cooker are the best money can buy. I have had my first one for over 3 years and never have yet to replace the o ring and blow out plug. The secret to keeping this part from wearing out is to Remove each time clean it good and store in the pot. Do not compress the gasket by leaving it in the lid and storing it that way. Other than that Quality is The BEST you an Get Buy it 5Seventy to ninety minutes in a chair watching a gauge is boring, but you can put on an audio book ...I wanted to can beef and chicken for a long camping trip. I've never used a pressure canner before and am of an older generation who has heard all the horror stories of canners blowing up. Even though people say that modern ones, if used properly, won't do that, I was terrified the first time I used it. I still sit in a chair and keep an eye on the pressure gage, so I can adjust my burner up or down to keep it at the proper pressure. Seventy to ninety minutes in a chair watching a gauge is boring, but you can put on an audio book to keep you entertained as I did. I'm not scared of the thing anymore, but I am careful. Don't hesitate to buy this canner even if you haven't used one before. Your own canned meat is tastier than anything on the market. Since the meat cooks in the canner, you can make really quick meals at home or over a camp stove. They do have bigger canners, but this was a perfect size for me. Also, I believe another reviewer said the larger size doesn't fit in a normal kitchen sink, which made it hard to wash. The 16 quart is just right. 5Got rid of my electric pressure cooker for this one!I had a Fagor 8quart electric pressure cooker, it never worked and burned more more than it cooked. After a year of research and shopping, I decided to go old school . I ended up choosing the Presto 16 quart for several reasons. 1) I didn t like that the only feedback an electric unit gives is a few beeps. This 16 qt unit has 3 points of feedback so you know everything is working as it should (the rocker, the dial, and the piece that pops when there is pressure in the unit). 2) this unit is a crossover...it s a canner, but it s also a cooker, meaning you can make meals in it also. The larger units are canners only and the smaller units are cookers only. And it doesn t matter if you have a recipe for a 6 or 8 quart, you can still use this pot. If you double the recipe, just be sure it s not over the max fill line & abide by any other warnings in the instructions, and 3) for less than $65, the price is great. Now that I have had the unit for a few months, it has worked perfectly. I ve made great recipes without burning anything, and they all taste amazing. I know I can t set it and forget it , but I usually take the time to clean up, fold clothes, etc, so it s like the the old phrase goes kill two birds with one stone . My time isn t wasted at all, it cooks and I clean. 5A good price for a great productA good price for a great product. I comes with an instruction and recipe book that is helpful if you have never done home canning before. It is sturdy and works wonderfully! I also purchased a home canning book with numerous recipes "for today" and have canned not only vegetables but soups, stews and meats. I am looking forward to "home cooked" meals in a flash on busy days this winter when fresh vegetables are not always available. Considering home canning? Buy this canner and you will not regret it! 5Exactly what I was hoping it would be!Prior to owning this item I had never canned before nor had I ever seen it being done. The reviews of this canner are very good and I concur. It appears to be well made and I have used it several times in the 2 months since starting, for peaches, pears and salmon. Not all pressure canners have the pressure dial, relying instead on the weight, which this one has as well. Since the weight registers 15 lbs of pressure, and many items only need be cooked at lower pressures, it is a nice extra feature to have. The accompanying booklet clearly explains operation & maintenance and has recommended procedures for many different items. The unit also requires virtually no cleaning.Really my only hesitation in buying this item was whether the size would be right. The 23 quart version is virtually the same price. Having used it many times now, I don't regret getting the smaller version, even though I have had to do a 2nd run, when all the items I'd canned could not be processed at once. Make no mistake, this is not just a matter of doubling the 'cook time' for a 2nd run. For example, if it takes 110 minutes to process something, you won't only spend another 110 minutes to do it again. After sealing the lid, it takes maybe 10 minutes to get steam coming out the vent. You are to let this run for another 10 before putting the weight on and some time after that the pressure will start to rise. If you can get up to pressure in 10 to 15 minutes after that, only then does the processing time start. Once done, the heat is turned off and the pot should be lifted off the burner. It may take another 15-20 minutes for the pressure to register zero on the dial. You should then wait another 10 minutes before opening the lid. Be VERY careful of the steam that exits! The jars can then carefully be removed and new ones added, but note the steps above before the cooking time for your next batch even starts. And then there is the 2nd 'cool down' time.Three main considerations had me choose the smaller (16 qt vs. 23 qt) canner: 1 Generally, I don't expect to be canning that many jars at a given time, 2. Storage space when it is not being used was an issue, 3. Lifting the very hot unit off the range as soon as it is done, with the water inside and full of jars, can be a bit tricky. 5Easy to use Presto 1755 16-Quart Aluminum Pressure CookerI love my Presto 16-Quart pressure cooker. I thought I would be intimidated but after reading the included instructions and trying a couple of recipes in the included book, I was very happy with the performance and outcome of food. I've made the beef goulash and corned beef. Both turned out great. I cooked a whole chicken and while it tasted alright, it wasn't great. I can't say it was the fault of the pressure cooker. I also cooked a spaghetti squash (cut in half) that turned out very good and all of these dishes were quick and easy to prepare.I bought this pressure cooker primarily for canning but I have not used it for canning yet. I'm sure it's going to work just fine and I'll update my review once I can something. 5Great for new cannersI m new at canning and I had never used a pressure canner. I had been using water bath method. This smaller 16 qt fits under my low clearance glass top stove and was recommended to me by the canning group I m part of online. It was easy to learn and after reading and re-reading the instructions and watching a couple of videos I felt confident enough to use for the first time. Ivy used it three different times now and like it very much. I highly recommend it. 5Fine For My Glasstop StoveI thought I wouldn't be able to can because my stove is a Kenmore glass top (came with the house) but then I found this. So, I read that the diameter of the stove burner should have at least one inch clearance under the pot. This 16qt canner has an eight inch raised flat bottom and my biggest burner is 9 inches. The bottom of the canner is rounded up so only the eight inch circle touches the glass top. I tested it with water and it worked! I also bought the Presto Pressure Regulator so I can maintain 10psi without having to change temperatures or lose pressure. (available here on Amazon). It is similar in principal to the American Harvester self regulator. I am very happy to have found something that works for me. The canner is easy to use, not too heavy especially when trying to clean it, and I like the ease of the locking lid. It is a good size for my needs holding 8 pint jars (more for 1/2 pints, less for quarts.) which is adequate for my garden harvest. I have canned meat and beans so far and overall, I am delighted! 5Main pressure popper will not completely closeThe design tolerances of this are mediocre. IF you can get the pressure stopper to both come UP, and then to seal completely, you could get this to work. But the bottom of the pressure stopper continually hisses water droplets. This also means it takes a REALLY long time to get to 15PSI. I was luckly last time I used it because after 90 minutes of pressure cooking jars, after starting with 3 inches of water in there, I ended up with barely any water and it was below the metal insert. Running out of water in a pressure cooker is NOT a good idea. All kinds of badness can occur.If you can spring for it and are doing lots of pressure cooking, get a REAL pressure cooker. $$$If you are just doing like 7-10psi 'cooking', then go for an all in one unit. $$If you can get buy with a smaller 6 quart unit, get T-fal, they are currently the best. $Fagor used to be the best like in the 2000's, but they changed their manufacturing and the steel and quality is not what is used to be. 2
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