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Crock-Pot Programmable Touchscreen Slow Cooker SCVT650-PS, 6.5-Quart, Silver

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  • Oval-shaped slow cooker with 6-1/2-quart removable stoneware crock
  • Touchscreen control panel without the static clings; programmable cooking time; auto keep-warm
  • Polished stainless steel exterior; metal side handles with silicone stay-cool wraps
  • Dishwasher-safe crock and glass lid for easy cleanup; bonus cookbook included
  • Measures approximately 16-1/2 by 8-2/3 by 12-1/5 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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Dimensions 8.7 inches x 16.5 inches x 12.2 inches 15.2 inches x 15 inches x 10 inches 9.9 inches x 11.7 inches x 17.6 inches 15.2 inches x 9.9 inches x 15.2 inches
Material Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Stoneware Stainless Steel
Color Silver Silver 7-Quart Stainless
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The Crock-Pot SCVT650-PS Programmable Slow Cooker brings modern style to any kitchen with its touchscreen control panel, seamless polished stainless steel exterior and silicone-wrapped handles. The ultimate in slow cooker convenience and style. Set your cook time from 30 minutes to 20 hours. The digital timer will countdown the minutes and automatically switch the cooker to warm when cook time is up, keeping track of how long the unit has been in warm mode as well. Removable, dishwasher-safe stoneware and glass lid double as a serving dish and make clean up a snap.

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Product Dimensions 16.5 x 12.2 x 8.7 inches
Item Weight 15 pounds
Shipping Weight 16 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Department Small Appliances
Manufacturer Crockpot
ASIN B001KVZTFO
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Item model number SCVT650-PS
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Best Sellers Rank #3,137 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#21 in Kitchen & Dining > Small Appliances > Slow Cookers
Date first available at Amazon.com November 4, 2008

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I spent a year looking for a good slow cooker that (1) When set on low did not boil food too hot (2) Could hold enough for large batch cooking (3) Did not have a hinged lid (hard to clean and breaks easily) (4) Is programmable for a set amount of time, then switches to warm (5) Was reasonably priced. I tried cheapo store brand round slow cookers which nuked my food - no need to explain since most people have had one at one point or another. Last fall I purchased the top of the line All Clad slow cooker with non-stick insert from Williams Sonoma. After sales tax it cost me a little over $300 which made me nervous. The first meal I made in it was braised short ribs. I browned the ribs in the slow cooker insert on the stove and set it on low for several hours. The food was delish and it kept a gentle simmer but I was horrified to find light scratch marks on the inside of the insert as I was washing the dishes. I used the All Clad for several days and then finally returned it because I couldn't bear the thought of having paid that much money for something that wasn't going to last. Besides, I felt a bit weird about simmering food for many hours in that non-stick coating that may one day start coming off. I then decided to look for a traditional crock pot with a timer - if I need to saute or brown I now do it in a cast iron pan the night before, deglaze, then dump all of the contents into a container that goes into the fridge if I am going to start the crock in the morning. When I get up I fill up the crock pot with the prepped food from the night before, hit the buttons, then leave for work. So far this ELume version has been great.

Pros: The low setting is actually a low simmer.
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Let's have a rundown of slowcookers I've owned over the last 10 years:
The All Clad slowcooker was great; however, the computerized panel stopped working altogether AFTER the warranty ran out. The Kitchen Aid slow cooker was way too hot, even on the warm cycle. The Hamilton Beach Set n' Forget Programmable slow cooker cooked everything great; however, it would randomly shut off or stay on cook, making it unreliable.

The new Crockpot SCVT650 is awesome. The touchpad is very 21st Century. It's so easy to program that I'm still astonished with it. It cooks great. Like most programmable slow cooker it goes from low or hot to warm once the meal is completed. You can set the time as low as 30 minutes and as high as 20 hours. The stainless steel exterior is something you can proudly put on your countertop.

The hole in the lid is no big deal. It's purpose is to keep the handle in its proper place. To clean the hole, if it gets gunked up with food, you just use a phillips-head screwdriver to remove the screw. That's it. Just make sure that you don't tighten it too much or you might break the glass lid. It's an easy procedure, even for the mechanically challenged.
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I had a cheaper, larger crockpot and wanted to downsize a bit because you cant make medium size portions in the monster size pots. I saw the cooks illustrated review and decided on this unit.
The unit is really smart looking, I love the black insert, it goes to the table very nicely. I found the cooking to be more true to settings (the low is truly a low simmer) and I love the electronic panel. That it will keep food warm for 6 hours is a real plus for me.
Against instruction recommendations I made a beef stew and filled it to the top, no overflow happened and it cooked beautifully.
Unlike other reviewers, I did not find the panel difficult to read and I love the way the keep warm light flashes so you know where you are in the cooking cycle.
My only complaint is after washing the insert...twice, the inside shows a ring where my liquid line was...not enough of an issue to downgrade it to 4 stars.
My favorite use for this crockpot is to make mashed potatoes for family dinners...I have made them up to 6 hours in advance of dinner and put on the warm setting and they taste like they were just made! At most I have only had to stir them as the condensation can pool inside. What a great thing to get that huge pot off the stove and cleaned before the mad rush of preparing sides for the dinner begins. I just put the entire unit on the buffet table plugged in and no longer have to battle with space in the kitchen for big holiday dinners!
All in all a smart looking, well made, well functioning unit...highly recommended.
Addendum: I have been looking for cookbooks for slow cookers that have something besides beef stew and short rib recipes...tried "Not your mothers slow cooker cookbook" and was not impressed...have a few others that just don't cut it.
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Like many others, I ordered the Crock-Pot Touchscreen slow cooker based on the review in Cook's Illustrated magazine. However, when I got the unit, I was surprised to find the lid did not sit in the lip of the ceramic insert (the "pot") correctly. The lid was too long lengthwise, which made the lid rock back and forth with a big gap on one side (at least 1/4"). As I was replacing an old slow cooker, I know the lid must fit well or the food will not be cooked properly. Unfortunately, the manufacturer's customer service was an even bigger problem. Now I know where the "crock" in their name comes from!

I saw that a number of purchasers from Amazon have complained about the same lid fitting issue over the course of many months. I checked the manufacturer's website and saw a replacement lid for sale. I wrote to ask if the replacement lid was correctly sized for this unit. I was told the following in an email reply:

"Please note it is normal for the lid to have at least a 1/4 inch gap to allow for ventilation as the new slow cookers cook warmer than did older units. Because of this, if they were not allowed to vent, they would essentially become pressure cookers and there would also be a risk of the lid breaking."

To assert that a correctly fitting lid in the lip of the ceramic insert would become a pressure cooking is absurd. Equally ridiculous is the claim that they designed this slow cooker to have a gap that large between the lid and the pot - that would prevent the food from getting cooked properly. Clearly the rep knows nothing about cooking or was insulting my intelligence. They didn't even address whether the replacement lid was a better fit. So I did the only thing I could do - I set up a return with Amazon as the unit is clearly defective.
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