I bought a new Aroma Turbo Pressure Cooker because my old one needed to be replaced. Upon getting home I discovered that the cover inside had solder and wire sticking out all over with two sharpened spikes about 1/4 inch on each end from being cut with a wire cutter.
I returned the Aroma Turbo and decided to upgrade to an Instant Pot Pressure Cooker. Upon getting home I find that the Instant Pot was full of water spots every where, the guard was damaged on the cover and the silicone sealing ring smelled horridly of very strong curry. It was completely obvious that some walmart employee decided it should go back on the shelf despite being used, faulty and potentially dangerous as the guard being damaged would allow food to potentially clog the vent.
No one needs steam burns. Isn't it illegal to sell used goods and advertise them as new?
Product or Service Mentioned: Instant Pot Pressure Cooker.
Reason of review: Damaged or defective.