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Instant Pot, you're not: Here are 10 other electric pressure cookers

Not tied to the Instant Pot brand? Lots of companies displayed their own version of the popular countertop appliance during this year's International Home + Housewares Show in Chicago. Here are some of the models that got our attention.

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Toastmaster TM-670PC Pressure Cooker

For $80, this electric cooker from Toastmaster offers a 6-quart capacity, multiple cooking presets and a digital display.

Check out all of CNET's coverage of the International Home + Housewares Show.

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Cuisinart Electric Pressure Cooker

Cuisinart also had an Instant Pot-style appliance on display. The $100 6-quart cooker sears, slow-cooks and creates meals quickly under pressure.  

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Aroma Professional Digital Pressure Cooker

This $150, 6-quart cooker has a Sauté-then-Simmer feature that lets you sear meat before you cook it under pressure.

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Power Pressure Cooker XL

Here's another 6-quart Instant Pot clone. Priced at $100, the Power Pressure Cooker XL comes with numerous presets plus a canning option. Instant Pot just added a canning button to its newest model, the Instant Pot Max.

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Brentwood Select EPC-626 6 Quart Digital Pressure Multi Cooker

This $75 pressure cooker has 15 cooking presets. There's also a smaller, cheaper version.

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Tatung Ultra Multi-Functional Cooker

This 5-quart model, which costs $70, has 12 preset cooking modes including oatmeal, chili and pasta.

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SPT 6.5-Quart Stainless Steel Electric Pressure Cooker

This $85 countertop appliance has six preset programs and six pressure levels. 

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Salton 5-in-1 Pressure Cooker

This $120 Salton multicooker has a little less capacity than some of the other models we saw -- it holds 5.3 quarts.

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Betty Crocker RapidPro 7-in-1 Multi-Function Pressure Cooker

This 6-quart capacity model won't be available until around Christmas, a company rep told us. It will cost around $60 when it arrives in stores.

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Hamilton Beach 6 Quart Pressure Cooker

This multi-cooker will have 10 program settings when it's available in August, company reps told us.

Check out all of CNET's coverage of the International Home + Housewares Show.  

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