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Crock-Pot SCCPCTS605-S Cook Travel Serve 6-Quart Programmable Slow Cooker

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  • HeatSaver stoneware maintains optimal serving temperature even without a power source
  • Travel temperature gauge provides visual feedback on food temperature in the stoneware once cooking is complete
  • Easy-to-use locking lid featuring lid gasket provides extra seal for less mess on-the-go
  • Programmable pre-set digital controls
  • Removable, dishwasher-safe oval stoneware
  • 6-quart capacity is perfect for 7 or more people or a 6-pound roast
  • Cord storage clips
  • Shifts to warm setting automatically once the cook time is complete
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Height 16.1 inches 15.2 inches 16.13 inches 15 inches
Length 16 inches 15 inches 10.25 inches 15 inches
Width 10.2 inches 10 inches 16 inches 10 inches
Material Stoneware Stainless Steel Aluminum Stainless Steel
Color Silver Silver Metallic Silver
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  • Product Dimensions: 16 x 10.2 x 16.1 inches ; 13.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 15 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B007K9OI52
  • Item model number: SCCPCTS605-S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (235 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #187 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Your Meal Stays Hot When You Go Out

The SCCPCTS605-S 6-quart Programmable Cook & Carry Slow Cooker with HeatSaver™ Stoneware is the ultimate for on-the-go convenience. Designed with all the great portability features of the Cook ‘N Carry line, this model also uses special heat-retaining stoneware and temperature gauge so prepared foods stay warmer longer and ready to “serve on arrival.” Perfect for potluck dinners, tailgating, get-togethers and holiday parties.


  • Keep the heat in with HeatSaver™ stoneware to help maintain an ideal serving temperature
  • Temperature gauge shows you when it’s time to plug unit back in for additional warming
  • Easy-to-use locking lid featuring lid gasket provides extra seal for less mess on-the-go
  • Programmable pre-set digital controls
  • Shifts to warm setting automatically once the cook time is complete
  • 6-quart capacity is perfect for 7 or more people or a 6-pound roast
  • Removable, dishwasher-safe oval stoneware
  • Convenient cord storage

The Ultimate in Portability

Crock-Pot Cook & Carry Slow Cooker
HeatSaver stoneware keeps food hot up to 30% longer* than other portable slow cookers.

Specially-designed HeatSaver™ stoneware maintains an optimal serving temperature--with or without a power source--keeping food hotter up to 30% longer* than existing portable slow cookers.

Crock-Pot Cook & Carry Slow Cooker
Digital control panel with travel temperature gauge. Click here for a larger image

The slow cooker features a temperature gauge that shows the temperature of food in the stoneware once the unit has been unplugged. The gauge indicator points to the red "hot" section, then over time moves closer to the yellow "cool" section, offering at-a-glance checking of the heat status.

The front-mounted digital control panel also provides a simple on/off button and programmable controls for selecting from four pre-set time settings. Push the "select" button to choose from 4 or 6 hours on high heat or 8 or 10 hours on low heat.

After the selected cooking time has elapsed, the cooker automatically switches over to keep-warm mode. A digital display shows the time remaining when in cook mode and provides a count-up timer when in keep-warm mode.

Crock-Pot Cook & Carry Slow Cooker
Meals stay securely contained during transport.
Crock-Pot Cook & Carry Slow Cooker
Oversized handles for safely carrying the cooker.

The SCCPCTS605-S will keep food safe while on-the-go with hinged locking lid and carrying handles. The tempered-glass lid uses a rubber gasket to create an extra seal to ensure mess-free transport. With these features, there’s no need to repack food in other containers, making travel a breeze. This slow cooker also has removable oval stoneware that can double as a serving dish.

Large, integrated, loop side handles on the heating base help ensure a secure grip when transporting the slow cooker, while onboard cord storage keeps things neat and tidy. A stay-cool loop handle on the lid allows for easy removal when serving.Housed in brushed stainless steel with black accents, the attractive slow cooker makes an elegant choice for any social gathering.

The unit measures approximately 16 by 10-1/5 by 16 inches and carries a one-year limited warranty. A user manual comes included, and both the removable stoneware and locking lid clean up easily by hand or in the dishwasher.

*Compared to Crock-Pot 6-quart Cook & Carry slow cookers

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Customer Reviews

Very easy clean up.
lori scott
I also like the fact that the lid can be locked down so you can transport it without worrying about spilling.
Lorrie Rutter
Programmable, easy to set and keeps warm after cooking.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

239 of 249 people found the following review helpful By eibzion on December 12, 2012
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So I've owned this for about two months now and I've used it about five times. All in all, this is a good slow cooker - it seems to be built well, the cooking temperature doesn't seem too high, and at the end of the day, it works. So, a solid three stars for that.

However, there are a few major flaws in the design that make me question the competence of the designers who worked on this model. Things that would seem like a no-brainer to anyone who's ever cooked anything, but somehow, not the case here.

For example, the timer control has four AND ONLY FOUR settings, so it is not truly programmable. High for 4 hours, High for 6 hours, Low for 8 hours, and Low for 10 hours. Want to cook on high for six hours? Too bad. Want to cook on low for four hours? Tough. Now, of course, you can manually keep returning to the crock pot to adjust these times - there's nothing to stop you from coming back after four hours on high and adding another two hours, but if you wanted to cook something for, say, four hours on low and then have the unit switch over to "keep warm" afterwards, you can't. (This is particularly problematic for me when I make bone stock because the timer has a max time of 10 hours, and I tend to simmer for at least 20 hours. That means I have to continually come back to the crock pot throughout the day and reset the timer so it doesn't automatically shut off.) So there's no way to manually adjust the cook times?? Do they actually think customers are so inept that setting temperature and time separately would be too confusing, and therefore needed simplification to two hour intervals?

Second, the lid has a locking mechanism, which I've yet to use because you're not supposed to lock the lid while cooking - only during transport.
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I haven't had the opportunity to use this crock-pot other than testing the temperature. Unfortunately, today's crock-pots cook hotter than the first ones. Because I've read many complaints of some crock-pots cooking too hot, I tested this one with room temperature water. After 4 hours on the High setting, the water was boiling & the temp was approx. 208 degrees. I tested it on the Low setting next, after 4 hours the temperature reached 190 degrees. Today's crock-pots are set to cook up to 300 degrees on High, and 200 degrees on Low. So far, this one seems to cook as expected.
UPDATE: FYI...the boiling temp of water @ 2000' is 208.1. Food thermometers can be off 1 or 2 degrees in either direction.

I had to wiggle the lid around to be sure to get a seal. I didn't want any steam/heat to escape. By the way, did you know you shouldn't lift a crock-pot's lid very often? Doing so will reduce the temperature & it will take approx. 20 minutes for the temperature to come back up. This crock-pot has a very nice feature, you can test the temperature of the food through a gasket on the lid. The gasket is designed so that steam won't escape.

The locking lid is great, but the lid pieces are a bit bulky.
Hooks are provided on the back of the crock-pot for storing the cord. I like this feature a lot.

The travel temperature gauge is a nice addition. When the temperature of the water was 190 degrees, I turned the crock-pot off & removed the lid. After 40 minutes the gauge was in the light orange zone. The temperature of the water was 120 degrees at this point. I think food would probably remain hot longer. Leave the lid on & locked as long as possible to hold serving temperatures for longer periods of time.
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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By silhouette_of_enchantment on October 18, 2012
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Earlier this year, I shopped for slow cooker-. I've been making a lot of broth recently for the special diet I've been on. When shopping I narrowed my choices between two slow cookers:the Hamilton Beech "Set and Forget" crockpot and the Crock Pot Travel serve 6 Quart Programmable Slow Cooker. Ultimately, I went with the Hamilton Beech, but the reviews were really good for this Crock Pot, and I wondered if I had made a mistake. Of course, when offered the chance to review this crock pot for free, I was thrilled.

These two slow cookers have nearly identical features: both have lids with side clasps that close and lock the lid in place when traveling. Each one has a thermometer slot, so you can stick check the temperature without removing the lid and losing the heat. Each one has an electronic display to keep track of time or temperature setting.

I love both crock pots; however, there are two major differences. The first is in the way temperature can be adjusted and how time is measured. With the Hamilton Beech, you can manually adjust the temperature. Select the exact temperature setting you'd prefer and the time you'd like. This is good if you are an experienced with slow cooking, and know which temperature settings to use. With the Crock Pot, there is no guess work. A user can't select exact temperature or time settings (it's only Lo, Medium,Hi, and the time settings are already pre-set at each specific temperature.) The advantage: if you're inexperienced at slow cooking -- it takes the guess work out of knowing what temperature is better suited for the recipe you're cooking.

The second difference is construction. Next, in my opinion, the Crock Pot was better-constructed (it was stoneware and insulated, event) compared to the Hamilton Beech's.
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