I just bought one of these portable counter top induction cookers from Amazon, and first usage was with my pressure pot to cook a pork roast. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0045QEPYM/ref=pe_175190_21431760_M3T1_SC_dp_1
This is a truly slick device. It took only three minutes to pop the sealing valves, then another minute or so to set the rocker going, with the heat setting at 410 degrees, then 40 minutes to finish cooking at 250 degree setting. The timer shut the unit off at the precise set time, and the top was cool to the touch within a minute of removing the pot to a trivet.
I ordered it on Dec. 2, and took the free shipping option that says delivery will be between 5 and 12 days. It arrived in 3 days, so surprised me when it showed up yesterday. Rudge:
I know you got the aluminum pressure pot, so I don't know if it will work with that. It will if the pot has a magnetic insert disk on the bottom. My pot is stainless steel, and does have the magnetic bottom insert. I also have a lot of cast iron cookware, both plain and enameled, so I have a good selection that will work with this unit.
This is my first experience with induction cooking, and I can honestly say I was impressed. This is definitely not your momma's old hot plate.