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Model #GW22620

6 Qt. Stainless Steel Electric Pressure Cooker with Steam Basket

  • Digital pressure cooker aids you in the kitchen
  • Built-in presets facilitate cooking of different foods
  • 6 qt. capacity holds food for a medium-sized family
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Cook up delicious stews, poultry dishes, rice, and more with the GoWISE USA pressure cooker featuring a 6-quart capacity and a wide variety or presets for ultimate convenience.
Highlights
  • Digital pressure cooker aids you in the kitchen
  • Built-in presets facilitate cooking of different foods
  • 6 qt. capacity holds food for a medium-sized family
  • Auto-warm function maintains the food temperature
  • Stainless steel body prevents food stains from taking hold
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Price:
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Specifications

product
Capacity (L)
5.6
Preset Cooking Options
Keep WarmRiceSoup
Features
AlarmBuilt-In TimerClock

Dimensions

Handle Length
3 in
Product Depth (in.)
12.6 in
Product Height (in.)
16.3 in
Product Width (in.)
13.2 in

Details

Appliance Type
Pressure Cooker
Capacity (L)
5.6
Capacity (oz.)
192 oz
Capacity (qt.)
6
Color/Finish
Stainless Steel
Color/Finish Family
Stainless
Features
Alarm,Built-In Timer,Clock,Cool-Touch Handles,End of Cycle Alarm,Heat Resistant Handles,Locking Lid,Manual Option,On Indicator Light,Programmable,Temperature Controls,Temperature Display,Touchpad Controls
Handle Material
Plastic
Heat Source
Electric
Includes
Measuring Cup,Measuring Spoon,Recipe Book
Material
Stainless Steel
Number of Lid Locks
1
Number of Pieces
1
Number of Temperature/Cooking Controls
12
Preset Cooking Options
Keep Warm,Rice,Soup,Steam
Product Weight (lb.)
10.5 lb
Returnable
180-Day
Small Appliances Color Family
Grey
Small Electric Product Type
Pressure Cooker
Style
Industrial,Modern,Transitional
Wattage (watts)
1000 W

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
ETL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year limited

Product Overview

The GoWISE USA 6-Quart Pressure Cooker/Slow Cooker includes a removable and durable stainless steel cooking pot, steam rack, steam basket, rice scooper and measuring cup. This outer body is stainless-steel with cool touch handles. The gasket sealed lid is self-locking. 12 Presets help making cooking easier. Steam, Rice, Multigrain, Porridge, Saute, Soup, Meat/Stew, Bean/Chili, Poultry and Yogurt, slow cook, and egg maker.
  • 12-presets: slow cook, steam, rice, multigrain, porridge, saute, soup, meat/stew, bean/chili, poultry, yogurt, hard-boiled eggs
  • Includes rice scooper and measuring cup
  • Auto keep-warm, slow cook for up to 20-hrs with a 24-hr delay function
  • Large easy-to-read dual digital LCD display with 12 pre-sets
  • Includes recipe book
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MaterialStainless SteelStainless SteelStainless SteelStainless Steel
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Questions & Answers

15Questions22Answers

is this electric appliance or use on the stove? if so, how long is the electric cord?

Asked by Waheed August 13, 2020
1
Answer

This is an electric appliance, it comes with a detachable cord that makes it easier to store your cooker in tight places without damaging the power connection.

Am I able to can Salmon in this?

Asked by Cya August 7, 2020
1
Answer

Hello, you are able to can Salmon in our pressure cookers - high pressure, 3 minutes from fresh, 5 minutes from frozen.

Does the slow cooker function have settings for high and low cooking or just low as the customer ...

Asked by Hokie67 January 27, 2019
4
Answers

Slow cooker function has three function settings, High, Medium and Low.

Is it dual voltage

Asked by Ram December 11, 2018
2
Answers

No

Can I import this pressure cooker into Canada

Asked by Ronald October 30, 2018
1
Answer

No, the pressure cooker cannot be imported to Canada.

Does the 6 quart model have a stainless steel inner container or a teflon coated one, i see diffe...

Asked by Snitz September 16, 2018
5
Answers

Yes, it’s $42.99 on their website. Seems like they want you to keep replacing the entire instant pot every 6 months.

Hi high can you fill it?

Asked by Maggie September 14, 2018
2
Answers

There is a "full" marking close to the top of the stainless steel inner pot.

is there a hi and low pressure setting on this model?

Asked by Jo August 1, 2018
2
Answers

Yes

how much rice can cook at one time

Asked by Chang July 10, 2018
2
Answers

3 cups about 6 ounces raw

Can you bake a cake in this Instant Pot if you have pan that fits?

Asked by Emma May 9, 2018
2
Answers

No, as this does not have a cake preset.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.4
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  • 88% recommend this product
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My wife dearly loves this fantastic electric pressure cooker. She had been using pressure cookers...
My wife dearly loves this fantastic electric pressure cooker. She had been using pressure cookers for 45 years and tells me this is so easy. She did a large head of cauliflower, set timer for 3 minutes cook and left it. Absolutely perfect. She especially likes that she can fill it, put the lid on, program it, get involved in other things and not have to worry about catching it when the weight jiggles and turn it down then off at just the right time. The inner pot is non-stick and just lifts out making cleaning so easily. There are presets for really fast cooking or you can custom set the time and temperature to suit you preferences The steam basket and steam rack both have fold down handles making it super easy to get your food out. She also likes that the sealing ring is attached to a lightweight piece that easily detaches from the large cooker lid to make it super easy to clean the ring because she does not have to handle the heavy lid so much. AND the sealing ring is symmetrical, there is no wrong way to put it on, just slip it around the rim and BAM, ready to go. Hint: the steam basket and rack store inside the cooking pot and is boxed with a formed cardboard protective liner. Keep the liner to store your steamers and protect the fantastic non-stick pot.
by PaulCoMat
1 person found this helpful
Very nice product. Easy to assemble and the cookbook has a variety of good recipes. As a first t...
Very nice product. Easy to assemble and the cookbook has a variety of good recipes. As a first time user of the electric pressure cooker, I feel like the instructions could have been a little clearer, but we were able to figure it out. After getting it set correctly, the process was very easy. I used a recipe for chicken and it only had to cook for 15 minutes and it was amazing. Cleanup was very easy and it's ready to use again. Think I'm gonna love this product and use it often.
by Larry
1 person found this helpful
We bought this unit for our son who likes to do everything in a single pot for his meals (for eas...
We bought this unit for our son who likes to do everything in a single pot for his meals (for ease and saving time.) The unit looks to be very well constructed. There is an inner copper coated pot which again looks very well constructed. The setting show many options for items that can be made. Our son likes to make large amounts of rice and use that throughout the week for his meals so that alone is a nice feature for him. I'm not sure about yogurt or pudding in this unit but it says it can make it. There was a manual that comes with it to help first time users. The capacity of being an all-in-one type appliance is what my son likes since his rental has very little kitchen space. Hopefully it will last for a long time.
by m491
1 person found this helpful
GoWISE USA 6 Qt. Electric Pressure Cooker with 12-Presets in Stainless Steel is a small multi-fun...
GoWISE USA 6 Qt. Electric Pressure Cooker with 12-Presets in Stainless Steel is a small multi-function appliance. Its the smallest size you'd want for a pressure cooker. This is because you can't use all six quarters for food, but need to leave about a third empty when cooking or at most, four usable quarts for food. You'll find it fills up fast. Its therefore best for two people or small family meals. I already have a six quart pressure cooker and have been using it for years. This one has much more capability than my old stove-top pot. With its added capability I can now eliminate my old slow cooker pot in the kitchen. For those that have a rice cooker it can go, too. It also simplifies preparing recipes since it has a saute function that eliminates using a pan first to brown meats. The cooker is well done in stainless steel and has a full control panel with automatic features as well as operate totally manually. The menu setup does take getting used to, but not much different than other products. The handy enclosed cheat sheet was helpful in this regard so keep it in front of you in the beginning. You can use the menu system to pre-select cooking time and pressure (low, medium, high) for the pressure cooker or set it up manually yourself. It has a slow cooker setting, a delay timer and a stay warm feature that doubles as a reset toggle if you need to reboot it. The pot itself is a little narrower and taller than my stove-top cooker that I don't prefer. This is because its not as easy to cook a large piece of meat or a turkey carcass for broth that I make. A pork butt may have to be cut into two pieces here to fit. Its a small point, but something I noticed. The pressure cooker has a quick release valve as you can't put it under the sink faucet as is done with older stove-top models I've used. Other than that, its works the same as a stove-top unit only with electric and of course, a control panel. Overall, I'm really happy with how this one works and what they've done with it as a multi-function cooker. This is not my first GoWISE USA product, had an air fryer for about a year, its sturdy and holds up just fine so you shouldn't be overly concerned with this newer brand name. This cooker, too gets good marks.
by FXP1
1 person found this helpful
This is my first pressure cooker that is electronic, I had an old pressure cooker from way back t...
This is my first pressure cooker that is electronic, I had an old pressure cooker from way back that you would put over a burner on a stove and the weight would rock on top of the pressure cooker. Very outdated, but it worked. This unit will take some time to get use to as it was for me because of the electronics involved. If you had one of these electronic ones in the past, you'd do fine. First off I liked the construction of the unit, although made in China ( what isn't these days ) it seemed like a well made unit. I read the recipe book and decided to cook some chili , like I said this is the first time I have used an electronic pressure cooker and was experimenting with it. After browning the meat ( without the lid on ) I drained off the fat, added my beans, chili power, diced tomatoes, etc, locked the lid on then pushed the chili button and in 20 mins I had hot chili ready to eat and only one pot to clean up. I am very pleased with this pressure cooker. As time goes on I'm sure I'll be cooking more things and experimenting. Next up will be chicken soup, then ribs, I have no complaints about this yet. I do like it and cuts cooking time down a lot. I gave it 4 stars because of my lack of knowledge about the control panel which I have to get use to. I do recommend this unit and feel it will serve me well in the months and years hopefully.
by Zedo
4 people found this helpful
I have wanted a pressure cooker for a while and this GoWise 6-quart electric multi-settings seems...
I have wanted a pressure cooker for a while and this GoWise 6-quart electric multi-settings seems to have the size and versatility I am looking for. I've read that the electric models are safer than the stove styles, I am more comfortable using it as a novice. For my first recipe I decided to try a simple beef stew. So, as instructed I washed and dried the stainless steel pot and wiped out the lid and base. The SS pot has a thick disk on its bottom that I presume is aluminum and a good heat conductor. The recipe book that came in the box with the user guide had a similar recipe but the portions seemed too large for a 6-quart cooker. I reduced the portions but generally followed the pot roast recipe. First using the sauté setting I browned 1 1/2 pounds of beef chuck in oil. It was a little crowded, but browned on all sides in about 8 minutes. I added onions, seasoning, wine and broth and secured the top, checked my settings and waited for it to come up to heat and see the psi display engage. After 10 minutes it stared spitting and spraying from what I now know is the flow valve. I unplugged, release the pressure and removed the lid. The instructions are vague on trouble shooting saying food was clogging or seal was worn out. Not likely on a new machine. Thank goodness for YouTube videos. I saw how it was suppose sound, pretty quiet. I put the top back on and tried again, after another 10 minutes, the same thing. I stopped it again and this time removed all the gaskets on the lid, the flow valve, and removed the steam/pressure valve and reinstalled everything. Hoping the third time is the charm, I started it again. This time after 10 min it quietly started to pressurize, then seconds latter I got an error 3 (over heating). I released the pressure and saw that all the starting and stopping had caused the meat to stick to the bottom and several pieces burned. Not willing to surrender to failure, I poured the good meat, onions and broth into another bowl, got a wooden spoon and scraped off the burnt part, then rewashed and dried the pot. It did clean up surprisingly well. I added back the contents with an additional cup of broth, reattached the lid and set 20 minutes of pressure time. After 10 minutes it quietly started to pressurize to 12.5 psi. At the end of the 20 min I removed the top, stirred and added potatoes, carrots, and celery, set for 15 minutes and as hoped, it pressurized in a fast 5 min and remained up and down until time was finished. After releasing the steam, I opened and served. The beef was tender, the vegetables were soft but not over done. Without problems it should have taken 45 minutes instead of the 2.5 hours with problems. I'm making 3 lbs of pork carnitas now and 35 minutes into it, everything is working beautifully. Overall, I think this GoWise 6 quart electric pressure cooker is a good product. However, I learned not to assume that it would arrive ready to use, since the flow valve gasket was not properly attached, but once I removed and reinstalled it all worked well. I really like the stainless steel pot and the size is perfect for two people. There are lots of auto settings, but I like the pressure time buttons. I might consider purchasing the larger cookers if I ever entertain. Once I understood how to make it work, it make food preparation fast.
by Geniebeanie
8 people found this helpful
The GoWise Multi-Purpose Electric Pressure Cooker is an awesome product. I love the convenience o...
The GoWise Multi-Purpose Electric Pressure Cooker is an awesome product. I love the convenience of pressure cooking and this unit makes the task even easier and safer. With the simple push of a button you can select the cooking function you desire. From grains, to oatmeal, soups, stews, steamed dishes and slow cooking, there is hardly any dish you cannot prepare in this pressure cooker. Releasing the pressure is easy with the safety pressure valve. Clean-up is also no problem. I absolutely love this cooker. Highly recommended.
by alley
9 people found this helpful
I really like this pressure cooker - it's heavy duty, has nice features and is easy to clean. It'...
I really like this pressure cooker - it's heavy duty, has nice features and is easy to clean. It's been decades since I've used a pressure cooker, so I wanted to see how far they had come. This GoWise pressure cooker is well constructed and finished. The removable cooking pot is a heavy gauge stainless steel and easy to clean. The cooker came with a steam basket, steam rack, rice spoon, 1 cup measure, recipe book, quick start guide, and manual. The handle locks closed whenever there is pressure present. It's made in China. There are 12 presets for time/temperature/pressure to give you a starting point. The settings can be adjusted within limits that depend on which preset has been selected. I've included the preset chart that tells which settings can be adjusted for each preset. It has smart controls that don't start the timer until the cooker is up to temperature. The display shows remaining cooking time and current pressure. It uses 1000 watts and takes about 5 minutes to preheat. The pressure regulator knob that switches between "steam" and "pressure" has no positive position for pressure and I found myself adjusting it to stop steaming once up to temperature. There is a high-temperature "saute" setting for browning items with the lid off before pressure cooking that goes up to 320 degrees, a nice touch. So far I've cooked 1 cup of unsoaked Pinto beans in 40 minutes, which would normally take 2 or more hours, and 1 cup of brown rice done in 16 minutes, would normally take 30 minutes in my rice cooker. It took me a few minutes studying the manual to realize that all the "adjust" button does is switch between the low and high pressure settings.
by Camano
7 people found this helpful
My wife has only used this pressure several times since we acquired it and with each time has produced some wonderful dishes. Stews and pasta and chili were all on her to do list and so far, all of her creations have been met with praise. (She tells people that she cheated a little by downloading instant pot cooker recipes to get a good idea as she never before used a pressure cooker, but everyone thought it is a very good idea) The removable stainless steel pot is a good design which enables easy access without having to scoop the vegetables or rice out with a spoon. At 6 Quarts it is big enough to cook for six people. The 12 presets all work as advertised and she has made perfect artichoke (20 minutes) hard boiled eggs (3 Minutes) rice/broccoli 10 Minutes) plus many other dishes. The presets are on the side facing the front and are very clear and precise in using. The instruction manual is not the best laid out one I have seen but it does give the basics We were a little concerned as to the best way of cleaning the beautiful stainless steel and ended up using a little baking soda which worked perfectly without roughing the container. The auto keep warm is especially welcome when guests are a little late in arriving. The amount of water that you use can be a little confusing with each dish you put in but this does not spoil the dish, it just makes for a longer time to finish, or a little shorter if your food is very slightly overdone. My wife’s first experiment was with Rotini with Broccoli meatballs and sauce, hence the attached photos
by Palaranda
15 people found this helpful
This is a modern pressure cooker that does it all. This thing is amazing, cooks chicken in 15 mi...
This is a modern pressure cooker that does it all. This thing is amazing, cooks chicken in 15 minutes, and is extremely handy. It is a pressure cooker, rice cooker, bean cooker, yogurt maker, food warmer, steamer, saute, slow cooker, and egg maker all rolled into one appliance! our first recipe was chicken-lentil stew that cooked in 20 minutes. It came out great! Next we made steel cut oats for breakfast. Total time is about 22 minutes and they come out great. The nice thing is you add oats, water and a pinch of salt, set the cycle and forget it, just come back 20 some minutes later and it's ready. So much better that standing at the stove stirring a pot. Cleanup is easy, and we continue to find new uses for it. There are thousands of recipes on the Internet so we are just getting started. Unit has a bunch of presets, probably more than I need. Works much better than Grandma's old stovetop model. Nice appliance!
by eee
14 people found this helpful
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