Some good news from a galaxy far, far away.

By Nina Huang
March 16, 2020
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From Friends-themed coffee mugs to Harry Potter dining sets, pop culture kitchenware collaborations let us show how much we love our favorite movies and TV shows. One collab that took the world by storm was the Instant Pot x Star Wars collection, which featured out-of-this-world versions of the highly popular kitchen appliance

The collection, exclusively sold at Williams-Sonoma, included five new Star Wars-themed editions of the Instant Pot. Although the Darth Vader and R2-D2 options are both sold out online, the Stormtrooper, BB-8, and Chewbacca ones are still available. And the even better news is that they’re all on sale right now for 25 percent off—meaning you can grab one for as low as $60. 

Courtesy of Williams Sonoma

To buy: Star Wars Instant Pot Duo Mini 3-Qt. Pressure Cooker — BB-8, $60 (originally $80); williams-sonoma.com

These special edition Instant Pots are all decorated with each character’s icons and decals, and they also come with all the great features included in regular Instant Pots. With 13 built-in smart programs for making soup, stew, yogurt, rice, chili, porridge, and more, the multi-cooker is one of the most versatile appliances you can have in the kitchen. Plus, its lid and stainless steel insert are dishwasher-safe, making it a total breeze from food prep to cleanup.

So if you still haven’t picked up an Instant Pot, there’s no better time to hunker down at home with one of them (and put them to use with the rice and beans you likely bought). We don’t know how long this sale will last, so grab one now, and may the Force be with you.  

Williams Sonoma

To buy: Star Wars Instant Pot Duo 8-Qt. Pressure Cooker—Chewbacca, $100 (originally $120); williams-sonoma.com

Williams Sonoma

To buy: Star Wars Instant Pot Duo 6-Qt. Pressure Cooker—Stormtrooper, $80 (originally $100); williams-sonoma.com

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