Harvest Cookware Pressure Pro Cooker Review

One of the major features about the Pressure Pro is it has a 6 quart capacity allowing you to prepare large meals.  You can integrate nearly everything you are planning on your menu inside the pot.  Your entire menu can be cooked together inside the pot which is called One Pot Cooking.  The 6 quart cooking insert can be removed for serving and for easy cleaning.

There is no need to defrost your frozen foods before you cook them.  With the Pressure Pro you can literally combine your frozen meats and vegetables into the same pot and press the appropriate cook button.


Highlights of Pressure Pro

  • Cooks food up to 10 times faster
  • 10-in-1 Smart Steam Technology
  • One touch button operated
  • Maintains perfect temperature from center to edge
  • 6 quart capacity
  • Sautee and searing cooking options
  • Rare, Medium Well, and Well Done cooking temperatures

The Pressure Pro is available in 3 monthly payments of $33.33.  You will have the option to choose from a red or black unit.  There are free bonus gifts that come with your order which include Grandma’s Secret Cookbook, ceramic knife, 5-inch slicing blade, and a ceramic peeler.  The product comes with a 30 day money back guarantee if you’re not satisfied.



  1. colin haddeland

    i would have bought as many as you would sell me but 2 weeks is to long for delivery i live in n.d. an i could ride my horse down an back faster than that

  2. hazel messer

    i ordered one for myself and one for my son for christmas on september 22nd. After several calls and lots of frustration they were delivered first week of new year. I sure hope their product is better than their customer service. I havent had a chance to use it yet. Good luck to all who ordered this product and are still waiting especially if you ordered the red one.

  3. Ronald Swinton

    Also took an EXTREMELY long time to get mine… about a month and a half. I don’t care whether it works well or not; I would NEVER buy anything from them again. This was supposed to be gift. You would think that they don’t start building them until an order comes in.

  4. GBL

    Ordered online. Received much quicker than other reviews had described, ordered the Red one. Came in about 1 week. S&H is a little high. Unit looks nice and works great. Cooked a 4lb roast and all the fixins for 4 ppl in just 45 mins (fresh). The flavor was fantastic. Will order another for the lake house, but maybe wait until the S&H come down some. FYI..I did get a high pressure sales call a few days after ordering, wanting me to order some kind of magazine subscription, I politely declined.

  5. Auystin Rowe

    Is this product available to Australian buyers ?

  6. Carole Koran

    I just purchased one of the Harvest Pressure Pro Pressure Cookers. Can someone please help me and explain what the 99it button is? It says nothing about it in the manual, and I have no way of getting in touch with customer service. They do not have a phone number. I’d like to know when it is used over and above the other buttons and why. I would appreciate a reply. Thank you.

    1. Linda

      Here is the phone number that you want for the Harvest Pressure Pro.
      Customer Service Phone: 877-372-7631 (5 AM – 5 PM PST)

      1. Pay

        I’m contemplating ordering one of the harvest pressure pro you seem to know a little about them. How do you like it & how long have you had yours
        Thank you in advance

  7. Randy

    Where can I buy a stainless steel replacement pot for the pressure pro

  8. CJ Gray

    Where do you get the canning cook book for this Harvest Pressure Pro-Cooker? Mine did not come with one? And are there any inside pieces for canning?

  9. Todd LeMay

    I recieved my P’Cooker, with a operations manual, and a cook book, but no instructions on what needs to be added besides the main ingredient per button before pushing the button for cooking pasta or lentals for instance. Example: 2 cups pasta, but how much water should be added as well????

  10. jDiane Buckley

    I ordered the Pressure cooker Pro, and I want to cancel the order, but it didn’t give me an order #. I meant to order the Pressure L

    I want to cancel my order but no order # . I meant to order the Power Pressure cooker LX. It will be interesting call the customer service # tomorrow and see what happens.

  11. seamus

    where can I get a 6 liter inner pot for my pressure pro

  12. Bennie Lambert

    I received my Harvest Pressure Pro and cooked a corn beef roast today. I used the 99 setting as instruct by the cook book that came with it. this book is a must. while cleaning it, I wanted to do a complete job, so I took the pressure control apart and I cannot get it back correctly. can anyone help? I will call customer service tomorrow and see if they can help. not as simple as I thought it would be. the manual is no help. thanks in advance. Bennie

  13. Wanda F.

    I have ordered me one, I have a red and chrome pressure pro
    I have used mine several times it does exactly what its suppose to. when you use it, the settings are correct. each button has a self timed on it. I hope each one of you enjoy yours

  14. Diana S. Coble

    My husband bought this item for me for a Christmas gift in 2014. I must have used it about 10 to 12 times. At first I was pleased with it, but It started giving me problems. When I would plug it in it would make one or two very loud pops. The liquid would all evaporate and my food would burn. I made sure all seals were in place and everything was completely clear of any thing that might be clogging anything up. The last time I used it the timer would not count down and it started making a noise that got progressively louder and louder. I was even afraid to get near it to unplug it. It sounded like my husband was running a power tool. I was trying to figure out if it was the lid that was giving me problems, so I left the lid off. Once again the loud pops occurred when turned on. I am sure If I had continued using it, this thing would have exploded on me. I called the company several times and what I was told was “unfortunately things are not made like they used to be”. No kidding, tell me about it. I could order replacements parts with free shipping. OK what parts should I order. Thanks but no thanks. Rather be safe than sorry.

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