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Instant Pot Aura 10-in-1 Multicooker Slow Cooker, 10 One-Touch Programs, 6 Qt, Silver (AURA 6Qt)

Instant Pot Aura 10-in-1 Multicooker Slow Cooker, 10 One-Touch Programs, 6 Qt, Silver (AURA 6Qt)


(11 customer reviews)
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  • Multi Use Programmable Slow Cooker, 6 Quart; Capacity oval design, ceramic coated non stick aluminum removable cooking pot
  • The Aura does not have a pressure cooker function
  • 10 Smart Programs – roast, stew, bake, steam, slow cook, sear/sauté, rice, yogurt, ferment and warm
  • Customize the cooking time and temperature to achieve your preferred cooking results
  • 24 hour ‘Delay Start’ allows you to postpone the cooking start time to have dinner ready when you are
  • Automatic Keep Warm function maintains your meal temperature until it is time to serve
  • Dishwasher safe cooking pot, lid, steam/roasting rack
  • 1500 watt heating element provides optimal searing, roasting, baking and yogurt making
  • Accessories include stainless steel food grade 304 (18/8) steam/roast rack, recipe booklet, and measuring cup
  • Power supply: 120V to 60Hz

Specification: Instant Pot Aura 10-in-1 Multicooker Slow Cooker, 10 One-Touch Programs, 6 Qt, Silver (AURA 6Qt)

Product Dimensions

16.8 x 11.6 x 10.7 inches

Item Weight

11.6 pounds


Double Insight – FOB CNBIJ

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Item model number


Date First Available

August 31, 2018

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11 reviews for Instant Pot Aura 10-in-1 Multicooker Slow Cooker, 10 One-Touch Programs, 6 Qt, Silver (AURA 6Qt)

3.3 out of 5
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  1. Michelle

    This is NOT a pressure cooker, which is exactly what it says in the description!!! I didn’t need another pressure cooker, but I was looking for a crockpot with the following features:
    1. Cooked evenly, well, and at the proper temperature!
    2. Did NOT have a non-stick coating! Besides the health factors, I didn’t want to worry about which utensils I could or couldn’t use or any special cleaning instructions.
    3. Either had a seering/browning function, or was stove-too safe (THIS IS NOT STOVE TOP SAFE).
    I’m happy to say this product fits the bill in every category!! I’ve used it about a half-dozen times, and our meals have come out perfectly! I would def recommend and buy again!!

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  2. James W. Williams

    I received this unit today to cook Sous Vide, I actually cooked 2 chicken breasts today at 146* for 4 hours. I checked the actual water temperature against the set temperature with an instant read thermometer and it was always within 1*. Not bad at all for a multi-cooker. I will be using the other functions as well.

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  3. A&B Danville

    We’ve been very happy with their pressure cookers (4, 6 and 8 qt) and wanted a good multi-cooker to cover our slow-cooking needs. This offered sous vide which neither the All-Clad nor the Cuisinart had. We’ve got two sous vide immersion devices which work great but aren’t good for long, 24-hour (or more) jobs because of evaporation (you have to cover the pot with foil). Made some over-the-top ribs and there was no drop in the water level during the entire 24-hour period. Highly recommend!

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  4. Cristina

    I own a regular instapot pressure cooker, and looked forward to this new product. Unfortunately, it been a great disappointment. The slow cook function does not work. Even when on High, it barely,barely warms up. It was on two different occasions when had to transfer the contents into my old-fashioned crockpot. Very disappointed!

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  5. AP

    I absolutely LOVE Instant Pot but not this one. I have 2 pressure cookers and wanted the Aura for sous vide, slow cook and sauteing. Very disappointed. The inner pot wobbles. The bottom also heats up unevenly – for some reason it is a lot hotter in the center so I have to keep stirring to avoid burning but when roasting whole cuts of meat, in the centre it gets burned compared to the rest in the meat.

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  6. Christine

    I bought this in Nov 2020. It worked great for a few times but now the slow cooker part is not working, barely gets warm.
    Added note. I bought in November, a Christmas present for my self. Didn’t use till after Christmas.
    When it worked I loved it. Amazon has kindly offered me a refund or replacement. I chose the replacement because when working this is a great machine. Keeping my fingers crossed on the new one.

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  7. Janet Thompson

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     I felt compelled to make a video after seeing all these bad reviews, about the Slow Cook function not working. I’m pretty certain that people press the Delay Start button after pressing the Slow Cook function. I think some people think it’s a Delay AND Start button, but it’s not. If you press the Delay Start button on Slow Cook low, your meal will start cooking in six hours, plus the six hours it takes to cook it on low for a total of 12 hours. The number displayed on your screen 6 hours for Low and four hours for High, represents the amount of time before your meal starts cooking.

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  8. Brigadoon

    I was excited to receive the 8 qt Aura and found a video with a recipe featuring roast chicken & veggies. What a hot mess. It basically boiled the veggies and chicken and the bottom layer burned onto the stainless steel pot. I had to scrape the veggies and put them in my normal oven to crisp them up enough to eat. The chicken was tender, but more like boiled than roasted even though I had browned the skin. Very disappointed. It is packed up ready to return. Thank goodness Amazon return policy makes life easy for their customers.

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  9. NightNurse

    I don’t understand the reviews complaining that this is not a pressure cooker or it’s not really an Instant Pot!!! If you READ the description it clearly states it’s functions! And Instant Pot is a brand name…yes they make the famed pressure cooker but they also make other products. READ READ READ people! And yes I love this Instant Pot multi cooker as much as my Instant Pot pressure cooker

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  10. J. R. M.

    Overall this is a great product. I wish this product showed the exact degree in Fahrenheit at which it is actually cooking at all times. It is disturbing to push HI or LOW and not know what that really means.
    Above certain temperatures you can mess up your recipe. Below certain temperatures you can mess up your cooking. SO why not let the user see what is actually happening? It is called transparency. In cooking it is called quality control. And most cooks are well served by know when in the cooking cycle and at what temperature a food is at.
    A very sad engineering oversight.

    This becomes more dangerous when the wrong temperature — too low for too long — can actually create the perfect environment for culturing bacteria. I was shocked to learn this the hard way.

    I was cooking a SLOW cook menu. I set the SLOW cook time to 3 hours, I set the temperature to 175 degrees.
    Yet 2 hours into the cooking cycle, I noticed there was no simmering yet. So I placed the thermometer into the stew and at the end of two hours this SLOW cook cycle was only operating at a temperature of 107 degrees ! ! ! !

    Think about that. The user expects a 3 hours SLOW cycle and for 2 long hours there is no cooking going on whatesoever1 Worse, the slight temperature rise from room temperature to 107 degrees has created an optimum environment for the rapid growth of bacteria. This is a major consumer safety issue. SLOW cook is not safely accomplished in this manner. Food should always brought into a safe zone – yes, even SLOW cooked food – as soon as possible. Temperature should have reached at least 135 to 145 degrees – and even safer to 165 degrees before the SLOW cook stabilizes. Please don’t be fooled by the way INSTANT POT interprets the term SLOW COOK. They mean NO COOKING for most of the SLOW cooking cycle. In fact, they mean dangerous environment for stimulating the rapid growth of bacteria for most of the cooking cycle.
    I called there technical support on this issue. Their technical support team was unaware of any such food safety requirement!! Their techncial support team said that SLOW cook just meant slow cook.
    Too many engineers. Not enough cooks involved.
    They said they would bring this up to appropriate persons and get back to me. They have not gotten back to me.

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  11. Stephan M.

    I am very satisfied with the Aura Pro overall. After using this for a while to cook rice, slow cook and stew, I am happy with all these functions – even though I had to play around with the amount of water for the rice, it got too dry following the instructions.

    However, the baking function was a disappointment as the contents of the slow cooker burned at the bottom. One star off for that, since I did not really buy it for that.

    The device looks complicated, but operation is very intuitive.

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