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From Erika Rawes @ Digital Trends:
"The inner pot from your 6-quart or 8-quart Instant Pot will function as a container to hold the water bath for your Accu Slim, as the clamp securely grips onto the side. But, I have an exceptionally durable and high quality sous vide Pot, the Tuxton 9.8-quart Sous Vide Pot . It heats up water very quickly, and it has a lid with a cutout that’s designed to hold immersion circulators in place.
I wanted to see how the Accu Slim would perform if I used a professional-quality pot like the Tuxton versus if I improvised and used a pot I had lying around the house, like the inner pot of my Instant Pot pressure cooker.
The Accu Slim clamped securely to the side of the inner pot of my 8-quart Instant Pot Duo. I added six quarts of hot tap water (measuring 107 degrees Fahrenheit). I set the Accu Slim to 150 degrees for one hour, and the water fully heated in 12 minutes and 45 seconds. I repeated the same process with the Tuxton Pot, and the water heated up faster (in 9 minutes and 50 seconds). When the time ended, the Tuxton Pot maintained the heat at above 140 degrees for an hour, while the inner pot on the Instant Pot maintained the heat above 140 degrees for about 20 minutes.
While the inner pot of the Instant Pot does the job, a pot that’s designed to be used as a water bath, will probably heat up a bit faster and maintain the heat for longer after you turn off the machine."
To see the full article, visit: https://www.digitaltrends.com/home/instant-pot-accu-slim-review/