Tristar Power Pressure Cooker

samantha severyn


Two different class action lawsuits, consolidated into one, claimed Tristar sold defective, potentially dangerous, power pressure cookers. According to the lawsuit, Tristar’s pressure cookers create unreasonable dangers for any individual using them because of poor manufacturing including, defective pressure release valves and faulty lids.

Tristar denies all allegation; however, they have agreed to settle and not only extend warranties on qualifying power pressure cookers but  a $72 credit towards the purchase of one of the following new power kitchen appliance:

  • Power Cooker, a 10 qt. pressure cooker – Model No. PC-WAL4
  • Power Air Fryer XL, a 5.3 qt. air fryer – Model No. AF-530
  • Copper Chef XL Precision Induction Cooktop Set.

List of Qualifying Pressure Cookers: 

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Qualifying class members include anyone from the United Sates who purchased a Pressure Cooker Cookers manufactured, supplied, marketed, sold and/or distributed by Tristar between March 1, 2013 and January 19, 2018.

When submitting a claim, Class Members must certify that they have watched (or read the transcript of) a three-minute power pressure cooker safety video, available on the settlement website.

Claim Deadline: 7/4/2018


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