Crock-Pot 64451LD-C 6-1/2-Quart Slow Cooker with Bonus Little Dipper Slow Cooker, Stainless Steel
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- Includes bonus Little Dipper Slow Cooker
- 6-1/2-quart capacity
- 3 heat settings, including warm
- Ergonomically designed control knob and handles for improved grip and comfort
- Removable stoneware rinse-clean stick resistant coating
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I've never owned a slow cooker and was a bit concerned after reading that Rival slow cookers received significantly lower ratings than other brands of slow cookers. This one works like a charm. I was also concerned because I read that older models of slow cookers cooked more slowly on low, and that some newer slow cookers cooked at a heat that was too high.
Not to worry. On low, it's exactly that. Perfect and slow and will cook roasts to perfection in 8-10 hours. On high, it works perfectly too. It's a lovely looking black ceramic stoneware insert too. I'm on my way to being a crock pot fanatic. I am a brand new fan.
I had a Rival crockpot for over 12 years. It always worked great. The idea behind a crockpot is to cood slow and low. My old Rival cooked at 150 degrees on the "Low" setting.
I use the old Rival all the time, and decided to get a second one so I could use them both simutaneouly and cook two recipes at the same time. I looked at the reviews for the electronic Rival models. Everyone said they cooked too hot. So I finally purchased this 6.5 quart model with the simple knob control.
Well, I filled the crockpot full of 8 lb.s of chicken. The next morning, I could smell the burning food. I looked in the pot, and the chicken was boiling on the "Low" setting.
So, the next night I filled it full of a vegetable soup recipe. The next morning, the soup was boiling over ... again on the "Low" setting. The veggies were overcooked and mushy. I measured the temperature and it was 195 degrees.
I won't buy anymore Rival products. I only gave this 2 stars because I guess you could conceivably use it to make soup ... If you're willing to stand over it and turn it off when it starts to overboil.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought one of these back in October, 2009 .I used it for chili, pulled pork, soup, beef stew, and a few other things. Read morePublished on December 27, 2013 by J. K. Tordoff
I bought this to replace my last Rival, which I loved. It is a little larger, which is fine, but it never gets up to a full simmer/low boil (like my last one). Read morePublished on September 11, 2013 by Monica A. Mercer
I bought this crock pot trusting the Rival name but this was a big mistake!!! I have only used it 3 times since I bought it 2 years ago. Read morePublished on January 20, 2013 by M. Lutz
My wife Luvs it! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .... . . . . ...Published on January 12, 2013 by pasquale j fedele
The case of the Goldilocks and the 3 Bears...
My first crock pot was only 2 Quarts and was too small... I dreamed of a big one to cook large meals in.... Read more
I've owned this Crock-Pot for about 6 years, and I use it HARD! We have a family of 6, plus I use it to cook roasts and such for branding crews. Read morePublished on October 5, 2011 by classical rancher
You put a lot of work into preparing the food. You put it in the Crock-Pot and come back and the sides are burned and the food dried out. ON LOW!! Read morePublished on September 30, 2011 by Jacob Rale