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I have both crockpot/slow cooker and pressure cooker. In fact, my pressure cooker is a new digital control. I just have to learn how to use it. I agree with those that say haveing the crockpot means you come home from a long day at work and dinner is ready when you walk through the door. But, I've been told that the pressure cooker is also a good investment. If you didn't prepare something for the crockpot or you forgot to take something out of the freezer for dinner, the pressure cooker could very well be a life saver. When I bought my pressure cooker, one of the features I liked was I could put my frozen meat in it along with veggies, or whatever, and in a matter of minutes, I have my meat, cooked through, tender and if I added veggies, they are also cooked and ready. All I would have to do then is use the liquids for a sauce or gravy and dinner is also ready in a short time. So ladies, think about it. If you get a good pressure cooker and read the manual before using, you might find that having both is cost effective.