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Crock-Pot SCCPVL605-S 6-Quart Programmable Cook & Carry Oval Slow Cooker, Stainless Steel

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  • 6-quart capacity is perfect for 7 or more people or a 6-pound roast
  • Easy-to-use locking lid featuring lid gasket provides extra seal for less mess on-the-go
  • Easy-to-use programmable controls with pre-set cook times & settings
  • Shifts to warm setting automatically once the cook time is complete
  • Removable oval stoneware that is also stylish for your table
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Dimensions 15.2 inches x 15 inches x 10 inches 15 inches x 15 inches x 10 inches 15.2 inches x 15 inches x 10 inches 16.13 inches x 10.25 inches x 16 inches
Material Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Aluminum
Color Silver Silver Silver Metallic
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  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 10 x 15.2 inches ; 8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 13.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0061TWKWU
  • Item model number: SCCPVL605-S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (126 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,704 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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The Crock-Pot Cook & Carry Programmable Slow Cooker keeps up with your busy, on-the-go lifestyle. The Crock-Pot Cook & Carry Programmable Slow Cooker does the thinking so you don’t have to. Simply set the cooking time on “High” for 4 or 6 hours or on “Low” for 8 or 10 hours and go about your day. And, there’s no need to worry when you’re running a few minutes late. After the pre-selected cooking time is complete, your Crock-Pot Cook & Carry Programmable Slow Cooker will automatically shift to the “Warm” setting, preserving the flavor of your meal and ensuring your meal is ready to enjoy when you are. No matter the recipe or the occasion, your Crock-Pot slow cooker keeps the temperature steady so your food is cooked to perfection, full of flavor and delicious. The secure-fitting lid and locking system create a tight seal between the stoneware and lid to ensure that up to 6-quarts of your secret recipe can go where you go with no hassle and no mess. Your car interior remains clean on the ride to your best friend’s house, company picnic or family reunion. The Crock-Pot Cook & Carry Programmable Slow cooker is just as at home in the kitchen as it is on the road. With a stylish, stainless finish and convenient lid locks that nestle neatly in with the lid, your countertop is sure to look sleek and clean. The stoneware transfers easily from the stainless steel frame to the table or refrigerator. And both the stoneware and the glass lid are dishwasher-safe, making clean up simple. Crock-Pot Slow Cookers make cooking easy, but the Crock-Pot Cook & Carry Programmable Slow Cooker makes it easy to get your dish from here to there.

Customer Reviews

Love the security of the locking lid.
Carlee
Appreciate the programmable settings and automatically switching to "warm".
Case Hathaway-Zepeda
It cooks evenly and it is very easy to clean.
linda elness

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

186 of 191 people found the following review helpful By Five 28 on December 8, 2011
I bought one of these Crock Pots locally about a month ago. I brought it home and washed the stoneware insert thoroughly, and then made a pot roast with vegetables. It made the house smell great during cooking, and my family commented on how tender the meat was. Unfortunately, everyone noticed a slight "plastic" taste to the food. I was surprised and disappointed since I made sure to thoroughly wash the insert in hot water. I chalked it up to the fact that I was using it for the first time. Well, after six separate meals with thorough washing in between, each and every meal has had this plastic taste to it, no matter what I made. I have to assume that the black paint on the stoneware insert is somehow leeching into the food. I contacted Crock Pot at their website and sent them a message describing my dilemma and they responded by apologizing and offering to send me a new unit, free of charge. Now that is what I call customer service! I haven't received the new unit yet but when I do I will wash it and then make another meal and cross my fingers that the food doesn't taste like plastic. As an aside, my friend has the exact same model purchased a few weeks before mine and he has had no problems with his. I will update this review after I cook my first meal in the replacement unit once it arrives.

Edit: I received my new Crock Pot a few days after I wrote the above review. I washed it thoroughly and made another pot roast with vegetables the following day. This one cooks perfectly and with no plastic taste. The embossed lettering on the bottom of the new stoneware insert is stamped nice and clear. On the old one the letters were sort of unclear like there wasn't enough pressure during the stamping process. Maybe there was a manufacturing issue that caused the old one to leech that plastic taste into the food. Whatever the reason, this one is perfect and I am very satisfied with this product and truly impressed with Crock Pot's customer service.
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59 of 66 people found the following review helpful By Cynthia Heiller on April 29, 2012
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Though Crock pot is programmable there is only 4 options for time 2,4,6,or 8 hrs. You cannot program for odd number hours and cannot program the High or low settings. If time is short then cooker is on High setting and if 6 or 8 hrs are picked then cooker is on Low. Also does not seem to go to warm automatically which was a nice option in my previous cooker. Lid is attach well and does not leak during transport as it has a rubber gasket.
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42 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Kitty Warner on August 14, 2012
Wow. I will totally support this company. My old crock pot lost one of the black "feet" and it wobbled. I called for a replacement foot. They didn't have one so they sent me this model at no cost. I am thrilled and love companies that stand behind their products. Awesome!
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45 of 51 people found the following review helpful By C. VanDoren on May 10, 2013
When using my new crockpot to serve my tomato sauce and meatballs warm at a volleyball tournament fundraiser, I noticed that on the keep warm setting the sauce was boiling. I had to rely on unplugging it and plugging it back in. The other 5 slow cookers there all worked fine.
I tested the crock pot at home, filling it to 3/4 full of water, getting it to 150 degrees on high, and then switching it to keep warm. 2-3 hours later it was 211 degrees!
I called crock pot, they said the design temperature for keep warm was 175 degrees and they sent me a replacement, Same problem. Sent me a third slow cooker, same problem (actually 215 degrees this time).
I called them again, had a long conversation with a rep that said they had to redesign the product to raise the temperatures to satisfy the FDA. She acknowledged that if they sent me more crockpots they were likely to have the same problem. And a higher end version would likely be the same.
Of course the only reason i bought this was that Americas test kitchen rated a sister product as the highest due to its ability to stay on temperature, and the product does exactly the opposite now...
This review was based on a similar model, however crockpot agreed the problem was likely to be seen in all its models so I hope it will be helpful if I post it here also
This product may work fine for you if you are not using or relying on the keep warm setting, but if you are, I recommend finding an old one somewhere.
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By NANCI MILLER on April 11, 2013
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Although this advertises itself to be programmable, the only "programs" available or low or high. I was looking for programmable as to hours, i.e., 4 on high, then 2 on low, etc. Very disappointed!! I'm gone every day from 9 hours and really needed to actually program a slow cooker.
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By CD on August 26, 2012
I love my crock pot but better yet was the customer service by Crock Pot. My liner was cracked and they replaced it within one week. Thanks Crock Pot!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By B. Adams on July 12, 2014
I picked this up at Target....(sorry Amazon,) mine is black however. My first crock-pot as it seems my girl friends have been the ones who owned these over the years.

My first dish was a pot roast and I used the high setting for 4 hours due to time constraints. It came out pretty good, though I was surprised to see the water simmering. The veggies came out way too done. I started to wonder if it was running too hot. A quick search through the reviews revealed that many people consider these crock-pots to run too hot.

So I decided to run a test. I filled the crock-pot halfway full with cold water and set it on low for 8 hours and recorded the temp every 30 minutes. Here are the results: 30 min: 95*F, 1 hr: 117*F, 1.5hr: 130*F, 2hr: 142*F, 2.5hr: 158*F, 3hr: 170*F, 3.5hr: 178*F, 4hr: 181*F, 4.5hr: 188*F, 5hr: 190*F, 5.5hr: 192*F, 6hr: 195*F, 6.5hr: 195*F....and that's where I stopped as it seemed to level out. Over 190*F is what America's Test Kitchen and others seem to agree on for tender meat without overcooking. I then ran it on high for 4 hours and measured the water temp at the end...below 210*F (I forgot to write it down, but it was not boiling.)

So in conclusion...I guess I didn't have enough liquid in with my pot roast. The build quality of these is nice. I like the lid with the rubber gasket around it. I will just have to remember to use plenty of liquid in my slow cooking recipes.

I hope this helps someone. I was about to go buy an old one off of ebay after reading about how all new slow cookers were designed to cook hotter due to less risk of bacteria.

My only gripes are the cord is pretty short and the side handles feel pretty flimsy.
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