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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||15.2 inches x 15 inches x 10 inches||16.13 inches x 10.44 inches x 16 inches||15 inches x 15 inches x 10 inches|
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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.
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.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have cooked in my old Crock-Pot brand for many years, the one with the dial, with no issues. I thought it would be great to have the new model that switches to warm and has the... Read morePublished 6 days ago by C. Matas
To my dismay, I have to agree with all of the other reviews that state that this machine cooks at way too high a temperature. Read morePublished 8 days ago by JESSICA
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