Crock-Pot SCCPVL600S Cook' N Carry 6-Quart Oval Manual Portable Slow Cooker, Silver
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||9.8 x 15.3 x 15.4 inches|
|Item Weight||11.7 Pounds|
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- Spacious 6 quart manual slow cooker serves 7+ people or fits a 6 pounds; roast; polished, silver stainless steel exterior with black accents and plastic handles. The lid should be left unlocked while cooking, as the additional pressure can result in the food being overcooked
- Easy to use locking lid featuring lid gasket provides extra seal for less mess on the go
- Set cooking time to high and get a hot meal in no time or set it on low and tonight’s dinner can cook while you’re at work
- Keep food at an ideal serving temperature for as long as you need to with the convenient warm setting
- One pot cooking means there are less dishes to clean, plus the lid and removable stoneware are dishwasher safe
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Over the decades, Crock-Pot, the original slow cooker brand, has evolved from a single bean cooker into a diverse and extensive line of slow cookers and accessories that make meals and entertaining smarter, easier, and more convenient for the many different styles of cooking today. For busy families, Crock-Pot Slow Cookers offer a solution to healthier, more wholesome meals, while slow cookers designed for portability and entertaining provide new and different ways to enjoy slow cooking with the Crock-Pot brand.
Crock-Pot 6-Quart Manual Cook and Carry Slow Cooker
Transport your slow-cooked meal safely and easily
The Crock-Pot Cook & Carry Manual Slow Cooker is convenient for travel, potlucks, family gatherings, tailgating, parties, and just about any time you need to transport food prepared at home. The removable stoneware also doubles as a serving dish. It features high and low settings for flexible cooking times, and a warm setting to keep food at a good serving temperature so the crowd can enjoy your cooking whenever they wish. A dishwasher-safe insert and glass lid make cleanup quick and easy.
- Serves 7+ people
- Handles make it easy to carry
- Manual high/low/warm settings
- Dishwasher-safe locking glass lid and stoneware insert
Features & Benefits
Keeps food safe on the go with a hinged locking lid and carrying handles. Since there's no need to repack food in other containers, traveling is easier.
The gasket lid helps keep the unit sealed, so food stays in the slow cooker and not on your car.
Once you are done cooking, be sure to unplug and allow your slow cooker to cool before cleaning. The lid and stoneware can be washed in the dishwasher or with hot, soapy water.
As Simple as 1, 2, 3
Place the stoneware into the heating base, add your ingredients, and cover with the lid.
Plug in your Crock-Pot Slow Cooker and select your desired temperature setting.
Once cooking time is complete, enjoy your delicious meal.
Crock Pot SCCPVL600S Cook' N Carry 6 Quart Oval Manual Portable Slow Cooker, Stainless Steel. Cord length: 24 inch.
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I had to work three long 12 hour shifts in a row in the hospital and being the responsible girl I am, I planned ahead to make warm delicious chili to bring with me for lunch. I slaved away making the best chili I could and left for a few hours (yes I’ve seen This is Us) and when I came back to the delicious smells of my chili I couldn’t be happier. My heart grew three sizes in that moment only to be SHATTERED like the top of the crock pot was when I pulled the handle to taste my chili. RUINED. my chili, my week, my hope in humanity. DONT BUY THIS CROCK POT
- There are no handles on the crock pot itself to aid in lifting it out of casing. This is NOT a good design, as you literally have to attempt to grab the rim and lift/push/pull the pot out of casing. All the while wearing oven mitts, or other hand protection, as the pot gets very hot. I really wish I'd have noticed this prior to purchasing.
- There is no indicator light. This is very annoying, as you cannot tell, at glance, if the pot is on or off. I cannot understand why any appliance, manufactured today would lack this most basic element.
- A minor complaint, but still worth noting, is that when you wash the lid, those clamps that are attached to it hold water, so it's very hard to dry, the water keeps dripping from them, even after several wipes with a dish towel.
In all honesty, I regret this purchase and am already considering buying a different pot, due to the above concerns.
I've only used it once, having just received it. I still have my 30 year old crockpot and it works fine, but it has the temperature dial in degrees, and this one has "low, high, warm" settings. Most recipes I come across now call for low or high settings, and with the temperature dial I have to guess what temp I think the author of the recipe thinks is "low".
I made chicken stroganoff in the old crockpot, and buffalo chicken in this one. Set them both on low at the same time and the chicken in both cooked at the same pace.
Per directions, I did not lock the lid while cooking. So I didn't experience shattering lids, leaking, nor caving in of the outer casing.
I love the red color of this one and the oval shape, my old one is boring brown and circular. And i like having the warm setting on this one. And for $25 for a 6 quart portable crockpot - it's a pretty good deal.
I crockpot cook most of the year - will update if anything changes.
Update 10/10/2019-still working fine, no problems, no exploding lid and I’m still using it a few times a week-heats up like it should, cooks thoroughly, easy-ish to clean. I’ve even transported it with the lid locked and it hasn’t shattered, but I only lock the lid when transporting and unlock when I plug it back in.
The other three I have used had the same problem where the outside got really, really hot. My sister's, on low, completely scorched chili an inch deep all the way around and across the bottom in five hours. It's almost like they have the high and low settings mislabeled on the machine.
So, two that the previous roommates had seemed okay (other than the extremely hot exterior) and two others that seemed defective. Seems like a 50% chance you'll get a dud.