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Crock Pot SCVC604HSS 6-Quart Programmable Hinged Smartpot Slow Cooker


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  • Programmable, easy-to-use touchpads lets you select temperature and cook time (30-min. increments, up to 20 hours)
  • Automatically shifts to warm setting once the food is done, so dinner is ready when you are
  • Timer display continuously counts down the remaining cooking time, so you can plan the rest of your meal
  • 6-quart removable stoneware with rinse-clean coating provides ample room for hearty dishes and is easy to clean
  • Hinged top lid; Convenient oval shape is designed to feed 5-6 people


Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 16.2 pounds
  • ASIN: B001CW9HCC
  • Item model number: SCVC604H-SS
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #188,336 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

With the Rival SCVC604HSS 6-Quart Slow Cooker Crock Pot, those slow simmering meals will be worth the wait! The idea behind the slow cooker is a sound one. That long, slow simmering tenderizes tough cuts of roasts and chicken, and brings a fullness of flavor to home made soups. It's also ideal for cooking dried beans and legumes, which require hours of slow simmering to soften. Stews and soups aren't all that Crock Pots can do, you can cook everything from casseroles to rice & pasta dishes, steamed puddings and even breads. Fifteen minutes of prep time in the morning means that a steaming hot dinner greets your family at the door after a long day at school and work. For a family watching pennies, a Crock Pot cooking continues to be an easy and affordable way to prepare evening meals. Includes Manufacturer's Warranty.

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RoKa
I do not recommend this crock pot and I am on the search for a new brand!
C. S. Smith
After one use, the hinged part and top handle cracked and fell off.
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40 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Melissa Morgan-Oakes on December 2, 2009
I wish I had read the reviews about overheating here before buying this model. Sadly - and nearly tragically - I did not.

To clarify, I am a wife and mom of 4 grown kids who's been using Crock Pots and slow cookers in varying sizes and shapes for all of my adult life. We won't say how long that's been exactly, just trust me when I say it's better than 20 years.

When my first brand new Crock Pot, this model, came I eagerly unpacked it, thrilled to have the "keep warm" setting, excited to try out a new and modern crock pot after my years of hand-me-downs and recycles from family members and tag sales. I plugged it in and it immediately began smoking. When I touched the side it was so hot that I got a blister on the inside of my thumb. I immediately called Crock Pot's 800 number and was told that I could file a legal complaint against the company for damages (and get nothing) or take a new Crock Pot. I chose to go new, and here was my fatal error.

After three uses, the "new" pot they sent to replace the old - which is a quart larger than this model (the one I first called in about) - fell apart in my hands. Literally, and just about ten minutes ago. The little lift mechanism on the lid was the first to go, crumbling as I lifted it, followed by the hinge mechanism. I grabbed the very hot glass lid. Another (smaller this time) minor burn on two fingers, and my lesson is learned. I hope you can avoid learning the hard way, as I did, and steer clear of this item!

In the past I have used both Crock Pot brand and other brands of slow cooker. This is the worst experience I have ever had with any slow cooker product. If I could go less than one star, I most certainly would.
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Gordon A. Fuqua on February 25, 2009
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This slow cooker has liberated my cooking. I'm a 68 year old vegetarian guy who cooks as very little as I can get away with and still deliver healthy, very tasty food. I can't buy the things prepared which I need, as the market doesn't yet supply them. So I make up recipes which fold in the very healthy foods I want in my diet. I'd found no way to do that with whole grains and dried beans, each of which took an amount of time which was unacceptable to me.

Huzzah! My wife talked this very "late adopter" (I just got a cell phone, too) to buy this crock pot, when we found it on sale. Whole grain combined with dried bean dishes of all varieties are very quick to prepare (just throw everything in together, mix, turn on the heat and the timer and walk away for 5 to 10 hours) and very tasty the next morning when I wake up hungry for them.

I've used this about twice a week for the month that I have it. It does the above admirably. My wife made a beef stew in it which she found wonderful and, again, just the easiest to do. So, "so far, so good". Maybe I'll find some drawbacks as I get more experience. If so, I'll update this at the time. BUT for an old dog who very, very reluctantly learns new tricks, and is definitely not a typical cook (a noncook, really), this is a very functional new tool in my food life.

By the way, it's very simple to use and very quick and easy to clean up after use. Just be careful not to add very hot fluids to the heavy ceramic cooking vessel when its cold, or very cold fluids to it when it is hot, as I understand they can and do crack under such conditions. It is very heavy to lift when being cleaned, so one must use care not to drop it. But, basically, quick and easy both to use and to clean up after.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By aMidnightSun on October 12, 2009
Wow, after cooking with a Rival Crock Pot that was handed down to me by my mom, I now miss it soooo much. It was from the 70s or 80s (rust brown colored) and cooked to perfection. I figured I would "upgrade" since the glass lid on my old one was chipping. Boy, I wish I still had it! This new Crock Pot is HORRIBLE! Heed the advice of other reviewers--it BOILS food and liquid in a very short time, ON LOW no less! I have had it for two years and am always tricking myself thinking I will find the right cooking time or the right recipe to make this thing work to my advantage, but it is time to cut my losses and find a new one. Although the plastic pieces on my lid haven't broken (yet), they are very flimsy and they do get very hot.

Do yourself a favor and look for a higher-rated Crock Pot! This one boils all the flavor and tenderness out of meats and recipes! UGH!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Cheryl on December 29, 2008
This is the first Crock Pot I ever owned. I am getting used to the idea of leaving an appliance to cook for hours on end. So far, it has perfectly cooked everything I have made. It is amazing how well meat turns out in here. I like that it counts down and then switches to warm mode when it is done. The 6-quart capacity is great, but I can still use it for smaller meals without a problem. It cleans well in the dishwasher.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By J. Jaeger on December 16, 2008
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This is my first new crock pot in 22 years. It arrived on time and in new condition without damage. The outside gets HOT during cooking. I like being able to choose the cook time and know the pot will turn to "warm" when the time is up. When I saw the hinge on the lid I thought I would dislike it, but the simple design of the hinge actually won me over. I don't have to make a place on the counter for a drippy lid since it sits up on its hinge over the pot. The lid and crock washed well in the dishwasher. I wondered if the large size would be a problem but it's more useful for us (usually cook for 2-4) than our old 4-quart model. I've cooked with this crock pot twice (as of 15 Dec 2008) and it performed as expected and did not over- or under-cook the food.
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