Crock-Pot® Stainless Steel 6-Quart Countdown Oval Slow Cooker with Dipper
Whether your recipe calls for 30-minutes of quick heat or an all-day cooking session, the Crock-Pot® Slow Cooker with Countdown Digital Timer and Little dipper Warmer has it under control. Customize your cooking time and temperature by setting the timer anywhere between 30-minute and 20-hour on the High, Low, or Warm settings. Digital timer counts down the remaining time so you can coordinate side dish preparation and have a complete meal ready when you are. If you're not around when time runs out, this countdown expert will automatically shift to Warm, maintaining temperature and flavor. Digital timer counts up the time that it has been operating on Warm for up to 6-hours. 6-quart stoneware is removable and can go from countertop to tabletop. Stylish, smudge-proof finish. 16-ounce Little Dipper Warmer is included to keep dips and sauces warm while serving. Oval stoneware and glass lid are dishwasher safe. 3 year warranty.
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Broken Timer We upgraded our old crock pot (that was working just fine!) for this brand new one. We used it a couple of times with no problems, but then the timer start blinking and broke. Wow. We're returning it! June 4, 2013
Awesome crockpot Works great, great product, great price. Very satisfied, highly recommend. We lost everything during Hurricane Sandy and this was one of our first purchases. We had a Hamilton Beach crockpot, this is much better!!!! <3 May 8, 2013
This is a high temp crock pot After dropping my old "Crock-Pot", I decided to spring for a new one. The one with the little dipper looked great.I love dips too. BUT, this one gets crazy hot. Way to hot to be useful unless you want to watch your food cook. I put it on hot, came back in a while, BOILING hot, I put it on low, still boiling pretty fiercely. So I tried it on warm, it will still boil! I can't do up something in the morning and have it ready to go whenever it the afternoon. This will cook anything dry! I would say its a fire hazard and shouldn't be called a crock pot. After further research, it turns out the government changed the rules: They decided to raise the temperature of all settings by 20-40º on all new pots in the last 5 years. The high setting is now close to 300º! The low temp is around 250º and even the warm setting is over 212º. I know this because that is the temperature water boils. Before the low temp was under 200º, probably closer to 180º. There are only 3 settings: warm, low and hot and there is no way to adjust. They changed the actual temperatures but not the words describing the temp and they definitely did not give notice of the temperature increase. Total waste of time. And my kid broke my little dipper before I even used it. My girlfriend got me another one, and it gets too hot also. This was a total waste of money. VERY, VERY disappointed. Go buy a roaster with adjustable settings. April 30, 2013
ok, for the price. Gets way too hot... I got this crock pot and use it at least once a week. Probably more over the winter months. I think this pot gets way too hot. It has burned some braises and other casseroles i have made. I cook everything on the lowest setting and is always done cooking about an hour or sometimes 2 before the recipe calls for. Which can be good sometimes but usually the meat ends up tough (especially chicken). That said, for the price. I think its an ok slow cooker. I dont think its designed to last also. Americas Test Kitchen highly recommends the touch screen slow cooker by the same company. Its slightly more in price but they have never steered me wrong. March 16, 2013