By Jaspis, 4 September, 2023 Forum Hardware and Accessories I wont to buy this model because it has vifi, app looks accessible but i don't know how it works. If someone has that model please tell can blind person use it. Tnx all Options Log in or register to post comments Comments re: Instant pot pro plus Jaspis, I don't know about the specific model you're talking about. That brand has so many different models even they can't keep them straight. Normally these cookers have raised buttons, so knowing what they are & doing a lot of counting, it's possible. My personal opinion is, if you can afford it, get the smart WiFi model. Then you have both raised buttons but also can control it from the app and be absolutely sure of what you've got going on. It's what I do. It's Accessible I have this exact model. The app is pretty good with VoiceOver, and you can do most anything with it. You can set times with the app completely on your phone, which makes it easier, and it tells you how much time is left. Good to know Nice news, thank you, it is not cheap so if i buy it i wont to use it easily ;) i am boring of counting everything lol.. It has many options and i wont to be able to use them all and i know that i can't remeber ol options.. So app is verry good idea ;) availability When last I looked, Instant Pot were not selling any models compatible with wifi in the UK. So I'm wondering where this model is sold? I have a Duo at present - it's good, and i'm not a bad counter, but there's an awful lot of counting to do and I have made mistakes before. I would feel much, much happier with an app to help. Instant Pot Pro Plus I have this model. It has no raised buttons and only a knob. However, the app can control most of the functions. The only function you cannot start with the app is saute, (I'm assuming for safety reasons), but the start button is right near the knob. So, you could easily put a bump dot on the few buttons you might need, IE cancel, release, (this model doesn't have the release lever any more), start, and maybe the WIFI button on the off chance your cooker gets disconnected and/or you need to make a change to your WIFI settings. Hope this helps. You do need sighted assistance to set it up for the first time, IE getting it online, but after that it's easy to control with your phone. Thank you it is useful info, can't wait to buy it ;) Question for Mendy First, hi!! Long time no speak! Anyway you had a wifi model years back. If I remember right, it kept disconnecting, accessibility being subpar. Is it much better? I have the duo with the flick switch and love it. I still like raised buttons and as for the saute function, I wouldn't like to worry about a bump on the button as if hands are messy, gross!! lmao. Seriously whatever you do, good luck WIFI model much improved Yes, the newer model connected with no issue at all. I tried the duo with the push buttons, but trying to memorize how long each function worked and if it was the time I set it to last time or a default was getting old quickly. I wanted full control of the experience, which I can get with my phone. I figure saute usually comes first. So my hands shouldn't be messy just yet.