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Calphalon 7 Qt. Digital Slow Cooker

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  • Auto-setting cooks for 2 hours on High, then switches to Low for the remainder of the cook time.
  • 24-hour digital timer automatically switches to Warm at the end of the cooking cycle.
  • Easy-to-read, high contrast LCD display.
  • Dishwasher-safe 7 Qt. ceramic crock.
  • The Calphalon Kitchen Electrics collection features our exclusive Opti-Heat System. Designed to provide accurate temperature control and even heat delivery, Opti-Heat ensures that foods cook evenly and thoroughly, for reliable results you can count on ? every time.
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Height 11 inches 9.5 inches 8.7 inches 13.8 inches
Length 17.8 inches 12 inches 16.5 inches 13.2 inches
Width 10.9 inches 19 inches 12.2 inches 19.5 inches
Material Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Stainless Steel
Color Silver Silver Silver Silver
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  • Product Dimensions: 17.8 x 10.9 x 11 inches ; 15 pounds
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  • ASIN: B00499D62M
  • Item model number: 1779208
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (67 customer reviews)
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Enjoy delicious slow-cooked suppers any night of the week. Chili, braised short ribs and pot roast cook to perfection in the Calphalon 7 Qt. Digital Slow Cooker. Internal sensors monitor the temperature to ensure accuracy, so foods cook evenly. The 24-hour digital timer and Auto setting allows you to just set the timer and go. Great for casual entertaining.


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I absolutely love this slow cooker!
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It cleans up easy as well as looks good when left out on the counter with it's stainless steel/black finish.
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I'm very happy with this product's performance.
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114 of 117 people found the following review helpful By dulzon VINE VOICE on November 9, 2011
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It was a sad day when my last slow cooker passed on to slow cooker heaven -- he suffered a crack in the insert and was missed. I searched for a while for a replacement, trying to find the features I had grown accustomed to, like a digital display, automatic programming to "warm" setting once finished cooking, and at least 5 quarts since I enjoy cooking (and having leftovers).

The Calphalon 7-Quart Digital Slow Cooker was still very new on the market when I was scouring the web for reviews. One or two sites featured this slow cooker (people who were lucky to get one from Calphalon to review) and I saw their feedback was positive. Despite only seeing very few reviews, I felt with the strong Calphalon reputation and its modern design, this slow cooker would be a good fit -- after a few months of use, I can say it's been a joy to use, easy to clean and seems to heat up very quickly. I've heard newer slow cooker models tend to cook faster, which seems true with this model too.

If you have a large family, or like having leftovers, the 7 quart capacity will be perfect. Make sure to check the dimensions to be sure you have enough countertop real estate for this slow cooker, as it's footprint is a bit larger than the usual 4-5 quart sized models available from other brands.

For those on the fence about ordering such a large sized slow cooker, I can offer you a few major perks - 1) the insert easily holds a whole chicken, which is a breeze to make for a healthy meal that could serve a small family (or provide multiple meals for 1-2 people), 2) homemade chicken broth (save the bones from that whole chicken) and you can easily freeze the broth if you don't plan to use in the next few days, 3) homemade chili, and lots of it.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By gardening uker on January 25, 2013
I've been shopping around for a new slow cooker after the old one died. That one never performed right anyway. The High setting was lower temp than the Low. Unfortunately, I learned that the hard way when I first got it. Also, the cheap plastic parts broke off including the handles. I was never really happy with it's performance overall, so I can't say I was unhappy when it finally bit the dust.

After reading reviews on here and other sites, I decided on the Calphalon 7 quart model. Pricey, but it had some nice features. I was able to find it locally at the nearby warehouse store for a very good deal.

The Auto setting is wonderful. It starts on high for the first two hours and switches to low for the remainder of the cooking time. It emulates the way I used to braise roasts in a dutch oven, where I would start it on the stovetop until simmering and finish it off in the oven at a low temp. There's no more heating the kitchen to braise meats and having to handle a heavy hot pot.

The High and Low settings are very close to the temps that are listed as the factory presets in the manual. I know this, because the first thing I did when I got it was to fill the crock with water and test the temperatures. When it's done with the programmed cooking time, it automatically switches to the Warm setting - another great feature.

The capacity of this slow cooker is HUGE. I can easily fit a large roast, two smaller ones, or two chickens in it. I like to make double batches of dishes, so I have enough for lunches during the week and frozen meals for busy days. The size is a definite plus for our family. The couple of times I did want to make less, it handled cooking half filled just fine.

As stated in another review the exterior does get pretty hot.
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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful By BitTwiddler on November 6, 2012
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I wanted a large crockpot/slow cooker. I did expect this to be larger, my fault on interpreting the size. It is a 7 quart and it will eat about 16# of roast; can't fault it there. (update, I managed to cram that much in there, but. It is a lot easier to cook 9-12# of roast in there. For much larger, suggest you purchase a larger one or look at a 'roaster')

Very nice appearing, not too heavy, solid feeling and the liner is nice. Easy to use even without the instructions, very intuitive.

For the name, I own some of the company's stainless and nonstick cookware, and been very pleased with the performance. I was surprised to find they made small appliances as well.

For the extra $ I paid I am satisfied I got my $$$ worth. This is a good middle sized slow cooker.... I own from one quart warmers to 3 and 4.5 qt to now this one, I still want a very large industrial sized rectangular one (next purchase). My 4.5 quart round is good for some things, but I like to cook in bulk then freeze in smaller portions and reheat as needed. This will be the perfect size for baked beans,a couple cut up chickens, or a moderate (10-15# cryopac) roast or brisket; or for potlucks or club functions on my turn to provide food.

It is easy to clean up (although I have issues with getting the crock into my sink, I am glad to have a high arc lots of clearance sink faucet) both crock and outside of the unit. I hope to get many years of use out of it.

The crock insert is straight with rounded ends, not oval. It is not too deep and it's not shallow. A good depth to sink a good size roast or tuck a couple of chickens into it. You do have to be careful to get the lid fitting FLAT after filling to seal it.
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