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KitchenAid KSC700SS 7-Quart Slow Cooker, Stainless Steel


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  • 400-watt 7-quart slow cooker with electronic temperature sensor
  • 10-hour programmable timer; auto, high, low/simmer, buffet, and keep warm
  • Ob-round ceramic cooking pot offers flared rim and interior quart markings
  • Glass lid designed with silicone soft seal; large stay-cool handles
  • Measures 14-1/2 by 19 by 9-4/5 inches; 1-year hassle-free replacement warranty
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 19 x 10 inches ; 23.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 25 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: B000CSRKD0
  • Item model number: KSC700
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (144 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #139,201 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

New KitchenAid Slow Cooker offers unparalled food safety and convenience. Programmable electronic timer with 5 cooking settings provide users with the flexibility to Keep Warm, Simmer or cook on Low, High or Auto settings. Cooker switch automatically to Keep Warm mode after program timer expires. LED lights provide a 3 Digit display with countdown cook timer for easy to program functions. 400 Watts of power and electronic temperature sensor deliver accurate temperature setting and a rapid warm up of food for safety. Ob-round, ergonomic flared rim ceramic insert helps capture condensation while providing an elegant look and solid grip area. Quart markings on interior of cooking insert easily measure food servings. Glass lid with silicone soft seal to maintain moisture during cooking and prevent edge chipping. Ergonomic cool-touch handle assures a confident grip.

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Customer Reviews

I've not had any problems with my other KitchenAid appliances.
JC
They sent me out a replacement for the second unit but refused to send me out one for the first one since it was out of warranty, even though the same thing happened.
C. Blunt
The quality is great, very well built and looks good on my counter also.
Marcus0263

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

309 of 314 people found the following review helpful By Renee on June 5, 2007
After my experience, I looked up KitchenAid's website. There they have a forum and a special thread for those who have had their crocks crack. Some people are on their 3rd replacement and the crocks are cracking in the same place every time.

MY REVIEW:
I bought this KitchenAid slow cooker in black and I really had to talk myself into buying it because it was so expensive. I kept telling myself you get what you pay for. Well, tonight I want to cry because I had just started a pork roast to cook overnight. After leaving the kitchen, my husband and I both heard a loud pop. I went back and found my slow cooker leaking liquid all over the place. I took out the crock, turned it upside-down and found a winding crack all along the bottom.

I've only owned my KitchenAid slow cooker for about 2 weeks and the crack occurred during the third time I used it. At this point I don't know if I want a replacement slow cooker directly from KitchenAid or whether I want to return the slow cooker to Amazon for a refund. If I got a replacement, I would be nervous to leave it on overnight or when I leave home, which is the whole benefit of having a slow cooker. Worrying about your slow cooker that has a retail price of $150 doesn't seem like a very good value to me.
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65 of 66 people found the following review helpful By JC on January 6, 2008
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Ordered the KitchenAid Slow Cooker as an addition to our KitchenAid counter top collection. Sure, I read the reviews, but I knew KitchenAid had a great reputation. I've not had any problems with my other KitchenAid appliances. Two weeks later I knew I was in trouble. I heard loud pops from the kitchen and sure enough the ceramic pot had cracked. A review of the KitchenAid forums supported my experience. Many other loyal KitchenAid consumers had identical experiences. Not only had they experienced the same problem, KitchenAid apparently began blaming consumers for the problem or denying that the appliance had problems. Sure they would honor their year guarantee, by replacing the ceramic pot. In one instance a consumer had hers replaced several times. Apparently, KitchenAid has comprised their quality control on this appliance. This is not what I would expect from a company that I had held high in regard. Consumers who are considering purchasing this appliance should review the KitchenAid consumer forums for this slow cooker. Amazon honored their return policy and I requested a refund.
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138 of 148 people found the following review helpful By W. Miller VINE VOICE on November 13, 2006
After my old Rival slowcooker stopped working, i decided to get one that didn't boil or run so hot. And I wanted a bigger one.

The KitchenAid one cost more (take 25 off with Amazon) but I like that it has a simmer setting that is great for soups.

Pluses: Huge. The lid seals to the pan so no steam escapes. Digital timer. Looks nice. Programmable timer. Cool on outside. Maintains proper temperature.

I've cooked twice with it and the results were excellent.

The prior reviewer commented it was too heavy to take to potluck with her. Well..yeah. Get something smaller for that. It's absurd to rank this product based on that.
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77 of 82 people found the following review helpful By J. Colasurdo on November 27, 2006
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My less than 2yo rival slow cooker died, so I started shopping and this Kitchen Aid had so many great features. I love the large capacity for family meals. For its first test run I made the Chipolte Chicken Drummettes recipe that came with the cooker. They were excellent; we especially liked the countdown timer for when the kids were asking how long until dinner!

Then Sunday my family decided about 1 in the afternoon they wanted stew for dinner, so I put it to the test loaded it up with veggies thawed, browned added the meat and kicked it on high temp. at 2 pm by 6 it was looking good. Now for the real challenge cooking dumplings on top. Mixed my dumplings plopped them on left the lid off for the first 10 minutes of cooking plopped the lid on for 10 more minutes of cooking and they were done! This is the first slow cooker I've ever owned that could actually cook the dumplings in just 20 minutes (my rival took an hour and still parts were doughy) Stew was excelent evenly cooked, and on high temp no burned spots.

Ceramic pot is easy to clean- seal on lid easy to remove and wash plus the seal kept steam from condensing on cupboard above cooker too.

As to the weight of the product, yes, it is heavy but it is the ceramic pot adding most of the weight any ceramic crock or bowl of 7 quart size is going to be heavy.
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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By R. Andrews on November 18, 2007
We purchased this slow cooker and were looking forward to meals that were no longer dried out and mushy from overcooking. After ONE use, the ceramic cracked and liquid leaked underneath to provide us with a sticky mess. So far, Amazon has made returning this product easy, but I should have been more aware of others who reviewed this for the same problem.
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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By D. Aoki on November 14, 2007
I bought this slow cooker for my wife, she makes the best crockpot meals and we needed a new crockpot, and thought we'd purchase this "higher-end" slow cooker. Well, our pot has cracked 3 times - that's right 3 times. One of the pots that KitchenAid sent us was so warped that it rocked like a seesaw, thankfully they replaced it. Each time we thought, maybe the pot was defective - well after this 3rd time, I want my money back. What a major disappointment, and we ruined 3 meals. We must have bad luck because a lot of you out there are not having problems. We do not put frozen meat in the pot and we do not cook on high. We sooo much wanted to love this thing. Oh well.
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