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Ge 6-quart Digital Slow Cooker


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  • GE 6-Quart Digital Slow Cooker

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  • Product Dimensions: 16.4 x 16.1 x 8.6 inches ; 10.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 10.2 pounds
  • ASIN: B007P60E94
  • Average Customer Review: 2.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #538,616 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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At 200 watts, this energy efficient GE Digital Slow Cooker boasts a 25% lower energy consumption than conventional slow cookers without sacrificing the performance and flavor of true slow cooking. GE Digital Slow Cooker, 6-Quart: 200-watt energy efficient slow cooker Locking lid Retractable cord Cool-touch exterior Portable Set your own time and temperature or use one of the 8 convenient preset programs Large capacity insert Insert is non-stick and removable for easy, dishwasher-safe cleaning Tempered glass lid with a sealing silicone edge Non-skid rubber feet keep the slow cooker safely in place Model# 169200

Customer Reviews

To the trash you go!
Ashley L
The non stick coating is coming off despite careful washing and no metal utensils.
kswan
That is the manufacturing date.
The Busy Bee

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Kate on April 6, 2012
I've had this model # 169200, non-stick slow cooker for over 3 months. I use it several times a week. I only use rubber utensils with it because I figured the non-stick coating is more an experiment than something that would last. I was right. In just 3 months the non-stick coating is chipping off and wearing through to metal in several places. I'm used to non-stick cookware that has to be treated with kid gloves, but this is really ridiculous. I only hand wash my cookware because dishwashers destroy non-stick cooking over time. This non-stick slow cooker is not worth $10 much less $40, if the non-stick coating is so thin it wears off in a few months. GE could have made the coating so much thicker and made a quality product, but then that's not what GE typically does anymore. The unit cooks well, but what good is that if within months you're down to raw metal and the non-stick coating is gone?
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By The Busy Bee on January 9, 2014
I have had this slow cooker for 2 1/2 years and have barely used it the last year, as the lining started peeling within the first yera of use. I NEVER use metal utensils, but regardless, the 'nonstick coating' started to peel and scrape off with ever use and careful wash. It is usafe and ridiculous.

The only redeeming factor of this unit is the computed timer and auto settings on the base unit. Some slow cookers require you to know the degree at which you cook your food for all different stages of the cooking process. I don't have the time or savvy to rely on that. So I am keeping the unit and on the hunt for a stoneware/ceramic liner replacement.

FYI: If you purchase this or any GE slow cooker - CHECK THE 4 DIGITS etched onto the plug-in metal prongs. That is the manufacturing date. I bought my unit at WalMart in 2011. Called Walmart/GE number on product manual last year about replacement of that awful, peeling liner.............. and was told to look at the digits on my prongs to determine if I was still under warranty = Prongs showed #0409. That would translate to 04/2009. So even though I bought the unit in 2011 - it had sat on a shelf for 2 years - therefore cheating me out of a full warranty?? Although this seemed incredibly unfair - GE/Walmart said there was nothing they could do for me. So buyer be warned!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By MamaBear on May 17, 2013
Just as all the previous posters have said, don't waste your money. Not only is it a health hazard to have this stuff flaking off in your food, it looks nasty and you never feel like the pot is completely clean. The fact that they don't even want to issue a recall is just completely negligent. No more GE products for me. Glad I read that I'm not the only one this has happened to. I am in the process of replacing all my appliances and now I will know to stay away from GE.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By charzooka on July 11, 2012
I just adored this crock pot - large size, cooks evenly, pre-set capability, digital, retractable cord, snazzy-looking. I used this at least once a week for nearly a year and a half.

However, within the past month the non-stick coating on the insert has started flaking off, and I've found pieces in the food I've cooked in the pot. We've only ever used rubber/plastic utensils in it and only washed it by hand. I'm so disappointed that it hasn't held up longer. I have enjoyed this crock pot, but I can no longer use it now, so I can't say that I can recommend buying it at this price.

Don't buy this crock pot.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By kswan on December 3, 2013
I have had this Slow Cooker around 4 months. The non stick coating is coming off despite careful washing and no metal utensils. It also does not get as hot as my regular ceramic slow cooker. To top it off, the last 2 times I have used it it has turned itself off before cooking was done, so we lost both meals. DO NOT BUY THIS SLOW COOKER! I will never use anything but a ceramic slow cooker again, and never a G.E. product!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D. J. Pierce on April 14, 2013
As noted by other reviewers, this slow cooker very quickly begins to loose it's non-stick coating. In no time, it started flaking off even though I've used nothing but soft silicone or plastic utensils and then very carefully washed it after each use. I also noted the black plastic outer body of the cooker 'oxidizes' and a white haze forms on it. I was never able to get anything in the crock to boil, even though it was on the "hi" setting for nearly 4 hours. The concept of the multiple presets, the large size, the simple glass lid securing mechanism, and the roll up cord are all nice, but can't possibly overshadow the fact that this product is faulty and poorly made. AVOID IT AT ALL COSTS! Mine goes in the trash and a pity as I had high hopes for it. Spend your money on something like the consumer's highly rated Hamilton Beach models.
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I truly loved this slow cooker when I first bought it. For a woman who is regularly asked to bring a largish dish to gatherings, the retractable cord, cover clips and a nice gasket on the cover for a good seal---this was great. As a working mother who leaves the house at 7 am and returns at 6 pm, the multi-temp preset modes allowed me to to customize cooking times so I wound up with a meal that was palatable rather than meat that might end up the consistency of dog food. Contrary to another review, I have had no problem with the performance of the base (2 years). Its the flaking, aptly-named non-stick coating that has gotten me. For 1 1/2 of the years I've owned this thing, I've had to use a double layer of aluminum foil or another pot inside the slower cooker (Yes, really, you can cook a meatloaf in a bread pan in your slow cooker.) The fact that this flaking problem is so widespread and the company has not come up with a replacement pot just burns me. I have spent several hours recently poring over the offerings in other stores--no multi-temp preset modes. GE, if you are listening, please offer us a replacement pot made of a sturdy metal. I know it's asking too much to hope for stainless, but really, you can solve this problem if you just put your Think Staff on it for 10 minutes.
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