Instant Pot: Pros
All-Stainless Steel Interior: Unlike most electric pressure cookers, the Instant Pot has an all-stainless steel interior, so this is the only part that touches the food. While the outer parts are plastic or other materials, they won't come in contact with food and don't have Teflon or non-stick surfaces.
Multipurpose: As a multipurpose gadget, it's conceivable to replace slow cookers, rice cookers, wok pans, and steamers.
Replacing the Slow Cooker: The Instant Pot has largely replaced our slow cooker because the Instant Pot works faster and works better. I can see an electric pressure cooker like this being especially useful for anyone with a small kitchen as it can replace several other kitchen appliances.
Save time: It can cook a slow cooker recipe that takes 6-8 hours in under an hour or even prepare a roast for dinner in about 40 minutes.
Good price point: While the Instant Pot does cost more than most disposable kitchen appliances like slow cookers and rice cookers, it's cost-effective if you're using it to replace one or more of these other gadgets.
Programmable: This is one of the advantages the Instant Pot has over regular pressure cookers and most slow cookers. Because it cooks so fast, sometimes I don't need a handful of recipes in the Instant Pot to start cooking, but I want to have it ready. The Instant Pot lets you program up to 24 hours in advance and has many pre-programmed options for ease of use.
Energy-efficient: Just like a slow cooker, the heat source is electric and built-in, so it doesn't require a separate gas or electric stove and is more energy-efficient. Since it's self-regulating, it's also safer and easier to use (in my opinion).
EASY TO CLEAN: Since the cooking bowl is all stainless steel, it is easy to clean by hand and can even be put in the dishwasher.