Instant Pot Launched a Star Wars Collection, and It's Out of This Galaxy
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Baby Yoda might currently have a strong grip on the collective Internet's heart, but there's a new gem en route from a galaxy far, far away. This week, Instant Pot launched a Star Wars-themed collection.
Coming in hot from the Dagobah system is a shiny series of the world's best multi-cooker, available exclusively at Williams-Sonoma. Each one does all the things a regular Instant Pot does—stews, sautés, warms, and pressure-cooks—except you'll feel like a gastronomic Jedi while using one. (No, that doesn't mean you can make blue milk.) The Force-sensitive collection comes in three sizes, each with a distinct theme.
There's a traditional six-quart version, which retails for $100, and, because it's presumably the most sought-after size, comes in three themes. First up, there's the Stormtrooper-themed pot (a gizmo that definitely didn't shoot first):
Then, there's the R2-D2 one—a well-crafted tribute that bears a stark resemblance to the real deal:
Or, you could fulfill your destiny and bring your food over to the Dark Side—though hopefully not too literally—with the Darth Vader one:
Then, there's an eight-quart version for $120, fittingly done up as the beastly Chewbacca:
And, finally, there's a three-quart version, which goes for $80 and is available in a theme befitting the Star Wars universe's tiniest (and second-most adorable) character, BB-8:
Though you can technically buy any of these Instant Pots today, they won't actually ship to your door until December 20, 2019—the same day Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker hits the silver screen. (Hey, at least they'll arrive in time for Christmas.)
These treasures join the rest of Williams-Sonoma's robust Star Wars line, including the Millennium Falcon waffle-maker ($50), the Darth Vader toaster ($50), and the endlessly popular Star Wars Le Creuset collection ($90 for a set of three mini pots).
There's been no word yet on whether Baby Yoda is getting the Instant Pot treatment. But, given the rapturous praise—and limitless social media attention—the little fella has received, we're betting only a matter of time, it is.