We have a gone through almost 150 Power Pressure Cooker XL reviews/complaints and out of those 100 reviews are complaints about the Power XL cooker being on backorder and people haven’t received it after a couple of months, rest of the reviews are actual product reviews rather complaints of those customers who received and tried the cooker. There are a few high sounding reviews which we could make-out as “sponsored ones” posted by the company. Here is a collection of useful and GENUINE Power Pressure Cooker XL reviews.
Power Pressure Cooker XL COMPLAINTS
Mike Harris in his Power Pressure Cooker XL Review says he was already frustrated as it took a couple of months to receive the Power Pressure Cooker XL. After finally receiving it he cooked three recipes to the T, but was dismayed to find the meat always undercooked and pasta overcooked, and soupy. He claims it was the biggest mistake to buy the Power Pressure Cooker XL. He further reveals that the pot roast was like eating a turd dry and undercooked, still frozen in middle. Mike thinks Power Pressure Cooker XL is overrated and even calls it a scam.
Faulty Unit, Poor Customer Service
Jade Fenner in his review on Power Pressure Cooker XL says his wife was not impressed with the Power Pressure Cooker XL. The Cook Time Selector features on his unit did not work and had to start it over three times to get the cooking time she needed. He further mentions in his Power Pressure Cooker XL review that the Customer Service is not helpful. He says it is not worth the money and calls Power Pressure Cooker XL a rip-off.
Nick says he was impressed by the Power Pressure Cooker XL after watching the TV commercial. But his excitement has already faded as even after a several months now he has not received his order which he placed on May 14th 2014. He further mentions in his Power Pressure Cooker XL review that after checking the status of his order from the Power Pressure cooker XL website it says “in process”. Another message says “please allow 2 to 3 weeks for delivery”. The customer service line just hangs up after 30 seconds everytime he called them. He even called the promoter/production studio of the Power Pressure Cooker XL and they too transferred him directly to the same earlier number that hangs-up. He finally called on the number to place the order to have someone check the status of his order. He was told the waiting period is actually 6 to 8 weeks for delivery. He now feels that Power Pressure Cooker XL is a rip-off.
Not the ONLY Electric Pressure Cooker
Eric Payne in his Power Pressure Cooker XL review asks why doesn’t Eric Theiss who does the Power Pressure Cooker XL infomercial, sell his cooker on QVC, where he promotes other stuff? He recommends people to go to qvc.com to buy electric pressure cookers. He further explains QVC.com has many models available ranging from 4 to 8 quarts with the same features. He also points out that most of them are actually less expensive than this XL model at powerpressurecooker.com. In his Power Pressure Cooker XL review he recommends the 6-quart Emeril by T-Fal pressure cooker which is rated “best” by America’s Test Kitchen.
Faulty Lid, No pressure and Sticky Surface
Leslie complains in her Power Pressure Cooker XL review that it took forever to arrive. Finally when it did come she was disappointed with the cooker. She complains that the problems started with the lid, she had hard time to get the lid on and off. Then the meat she cooked was still tough the first time, she complains in the reviews that it seems there was no pressure at all, she had to cook it another 30 minutes. The third issue she has with surface of the Power Pressure Cooker XL it was not smooth, no non-stick surface, she had to scrub burnt stuff off the first time she used it. In the reviews she claims the $20 cookbook to be a joke. She does not recommend the Power Pressure Cooker XL and calls it a junk!
You Still Pay to Ship it Back
Elise makes similar complaints about Power Pressure Cooker XL in her review. First it took forever for the product to arrive, then upon arrival, the pasta burned the bottom of the pot, the second time she used the cooker. The company (TriStar Products LLC.) told her that she has to pay to ship it back and then pay for the shipping of the new replacement cooker. She did not yield and refused and then the Company did send her a return label which was prepaid. But, they haven’t sent her the new inner pot and they say they have not received the earlier pot back. They sent her a parcel post return label without a tracking number. The company Customer Service rep hung up on her when she asked to speak to a supervisor. In her Power Pressure Cooker XL review, Elise concludes that the TriStar company – manufacturer of Power Pressure Cooker XL, is just after your money. They do not have the product, they advertise, in stock. She also complains about the shipping charge of $29.99 being too high; She calls the whole thing a Big scam and does not recommend this cooker.
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