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Crock-Pot SCVC609SS 6-Quart Oval Programmable Slow Cooker, Stainless Steel


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  • 6-quart oval stoneware is perfect for seven or more people or a six pound roast
  • Programmable cooking controls to customize cook time from 30 Minutes up to 20 Hours
  • Digital timer counts down pre-programmed cook time and automatically shift to warm once the cook time is complete
  • Dishwasher safe stoneware and lid; Roasting Rack and Cookbook Included
  • Measures approximately 14.5 by 9.8 by 14.7 inches


Product Description

Mealtime, on your time. The Crock-Pot Slow Cooker with Countdown Digital Timer. Whether your recipe calls for 30 minutes of quick heat or an all-day, while you’re away, cooking session, the Crock-Pot Slow Cooker with Countdown Digital Timer has it under control. You can customize your cooking time and temperature by setting the timer anywhere between 30 minutes and 20 hours on the “High,” “Low,” or “Warm” settings. The 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. The digital timer will count up the time that it has been operating on “Warm” for up to 6 hours, simplifying mealtime so you don’t have to keep track. Serving your dish is a cinch. The 6-quart stoneware is removable and can go from countertop to tabletop. To keep clean up just as simple, both the oval stoneware and glass lid are dishwasher safe. And the modern stainless steel finish looks beautiful in any kitchen. Roasting rack and Cookbook included for more delicious ways to use your Crockpot® Slow Cooker. The Crock-Pot Countdown Slow Cooker was created with you and your busy schedule in mind. Enjoy dinner, on your time, at the touch of a button. Crock-Pot The Original Slow Cooker.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.3 x 14.6 x 14.5 inches ; 13.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 14 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0024XKV6E
  • Item model number: SCVC609-SS
  • Average Customer Review: 2.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #167,050 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Customer Reviews

Way too hot even on the warm setting.
Ed Winslow
When you plug it in, you can occasionally get one of the temperatures set (low or high), by pressing that button for awhile.
Ron Daggett
After the third use, I noticed some staining on the inside bottom of the stainless steel holder.
milneda0

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By ggmm on October 31, 2010
I have had this model for about a year or so. I love the size and shape- it will do great with a chicken or pot roast. But as with many slow cookers, this one overcooks a bit, so that even if you set it on low for 7 or 8 hours, it singes the food around the edges. The way the hinged lid is fastened to the outer (cooking) shell, you can't get the crock part out without tipping it at a 30 degree angle, minimum, which may or may not be a problem for you. If you need to get the crock out of the shell for serving purposes, this model will be a problem for you. Most importantly, the plastic handle on top of the glass lid that you use to lift up the lid melted and broke after 8 hours on low, dropping a piece into the crock.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By M. Beardsley on October 21, 2010
I have had one of these Crock-Pot SCVC609 Programmable Slow Cookers for 3 or 4 years now, and I love it. Most slow cookers claim to be programmable, but limit you to 2 to 4 possible cook times, but to me, that really isn't "Programmable" cause some of my recipes call for 3 1/2 hours or 2 1/2 hours, which doesn't really fit in those time pre-set selections. The SCVC609 allows you to program by 30 minute increments from 30 minutes to 20 hours! That is is about as programmable as you get with slow cookers. When the cook time is finished it goes to warm automatically, which is nice as well. I have had a lot of ladies and men covenant my SCVC609 over the years, when I take it to church pot-lucks and family get-togethers. If I had one thing to change about SCVC609, it would have a 7 or 8 quart model available - SCVC710 and/or SCVC810 (some of the pot-lucks I attend are rather large and 6 qts. ends up being a little to little for everyone to get a serving). The price is great and while it might not be as stylish as some of the $150 to $200+ cookers, none of them offer the true programability of the SCVC609! I'll take functionality of style anytime, and the $60 price tag makes it all the sweeter!
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Katie on November 22, 2010
I got this crock-pot as a wedding gift. We returned it today. It burned everything! I put it on the lowest setting possible and it still burned the food. I made meatballs and had it on warm and within three hours the meat was charred black and the sauce was basically just a crust. It got so hot on the lowest setting that the plastic from the lid melted. This crock-pot is unsafe and extremely unreliable.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Barbara Roberts on December 13, 2010
This is the worst crockpot ever. I had my old crockpot for 15 years and decided to get what I thought was a nicer model. I wish I had kept the old one. This crockpot burns everything. Even if I put it on the lowest setting. We got it at Sam's club and thought maybe we just got a lemon, so we went back and replaced it. I wish I had tried the replacement out right away because by the time I used it I could no longer find the reciept. I have tried using it another 2 times on warm and you can't leave it for more then an hour unattended. It also cooks unevenly, when I made stuffed peppers the inside was raw and the outside burned. I will now have to throw this crockpot out. What a waste of money!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A. Sothman on January 17, 2011
my husband and i received this as a wedding gift. simply put, it just cooks too hot. it's impossible to make a pot roast or anything that needs a longer cooking time to stay tender, even on the low setting. we had to half the time called for in every recipe we ever made in it, and even at that, most meats were more well done than we would have liked. it really is a great size however and probably is ok for chili and large batches of dip, but we're definitely going to try something else...
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jane D. on January 9, 2011
As a young woman starting my own household, I decided a Crock-Pot was an absolute necessity for my kitchen. My first Crock-Pot slow cooker lasted almost two years before it started burning everything I tried to make. It seemed to have stopped cooking on low. So, I had it replaced with this model. I hate it. Don't waste your money. Don't get me wrong, I love the fact that you can program the exact number of hours you want the food to cook. However, after the 5th use, the side handle literally fell apart in my mothers hands. The crock wasn't even in it at the time. Talk about garbage. My mother has a Crock-Pot that she's owned as long as I've been alive and it still works. I'm severely disappointed in the quality of today's Crock-Pots, and I will be searching for another brand. It is my belief that you shouldn't have to purchase a Crock-Pot every year.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Andy on April 22, 2011
I have had this product for slightly over a year. We followed the handling instructions. We did not experience the burnt food problem others have mentioned, however our stoneware pot cracked clean through (we did not drop it)the last time we cooked with it. I am guessing that the ceramics were not fired/tempered correctly to handle heat very well. I agree with other reviewers that this type of problem should not be showing up after such a short period of time, and certainly the stoneware pot should be able to handle the low levels of heat a crock pot supposedly uses.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Ron Daggett on October 3, 2011
It looked really nice when we got it. Had it about 2 yrs, used it maybe 4 or 5 times. Never abused, like perhaps immersing heating element. And now, the controller has failed. When you plug it in, you can occasionally get one of the temperatures set (low or high), by pressing that button for awhile. Pressing the button to set the time, causes it to run up to 1:30 or 2:00 hrs and then blank out,
the control unit starts chirping and buzzing, and the 3 lights on the panel start flashing, and the heat goes off. Neither the manual nor the website is helpful in providing a service center for repair, although I don't think we'll bother. We're past the warranty period, so our unit is going in the garbage, and we'll look for a more reliable brand.
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