Ninja Foodi 8.5qt PossibleCooker PRO 8-in-1 Multicooker & Accessories

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  • Too expensive for a crock pot!!!!, (ScubaBarb NC)

    The only two things I like about this Ninja appliance is the sea salt color and the large pot. But it takes too long to cook a pot roast. And the heat released around appliance is unacceptable. Certainly would not use in the summer. Takes less time to cook using the French brand Dutch oven and is more tender. I will keep for making pasta in the winter. One pot for it all. And too much trouble to return and pay for shipping since its not defective. Waste of money dont buy!!!!

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful
  • Buttons are ., (islandcandies CA)

    So far, its an obviously bigger unit. The outer shell is definitely thicker than a crockpot, outer shell, perhaps because the heating elements are on the side I do have a few negatives 1) buttons are hard to push before it activates. On average, it takes several hard pushes for it to except the function. 2) the inner Pot seems somewhat thin. although it says its nonstick it feels like it would peel easily in a short time.3) Bake function is a burn function. Planning to exchangeO

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful
  • Ninja 8.5 cooker, (babaann CA)

    Hard to operate.I had problems operating. Had a problem cooking and understanding how to use the dials.

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful
  • Disappointed , (ceskins SC)

    I honestly havent cooked in it yet. Was looking forward to looking over all the recipes that came with it but the smallest booklet EVER ! Should be 8 booklets for 8 different cooking methods! Not really expecting 8 but a lot more than what I received! My two other Ninja products came with an ample number so what happened! Not a good user guide either!

    4 out of 5 found this review helpful