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Cuisinart PSC-650

Pros: Turns heads with a modern brushed stainless steel housing. Also boasts a 24-hour programmable cook time and keep-warm setting.

Cons: Expect to pay more upfront for this cooker, although satisfied owners don't regret the extra expense.

Summary: You can't go wrong with this cooker. From performance to features to appearance it stands out in a big way.
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Waring WSC650

Pros: Distances itself from competitors with handy features such as a keep-warm setting and LED indicator lights.

Cons: At least one owner had trouble with the time function failing shortly after purchase.

Summary: It's not as fancy as the Cuisinart but this Waring cooker is a very solid choice.
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West Bend 84966

Pros: A must-have for anyone who dislikes messy cleanups thanks to several dishwasher-safe components.

Cons: The long-term durability of this cooker's non-stick finish is questionable.

Summary: This West Bend cooker satisfies basic demands but if you're seeking more features and performance in this price range, the Cuisinart is your best bet.
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Hamilton Beach 33461

Pros: If you frequently cook oblong cuts of meat you'll want to consider this cooker for its innovative oval design.

Cons: This cooker travels well and is highly portable although some owners grip about periodic spills on the go.

Summary: This modern-looking Hamilton Beach cooker has plenty of room for cooking larger meals. It's also easy on the wallet.
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Crock Pot SCR450-S

Pros: Despite its affordable price tag, this Crock Pot shines when it comes to overall durability and performance.

Cons: You won't find more advanced features, such as a programmable timer and auto shut-off, on this model.

Summary: If you're shopping for the best pressure cooker on a budget, we highly recommend this Crock Pot model.