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Crock-Pot SCR400-B 4-Quart Manual Slow Cooker, Black
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- 4 Quart Capacity
- Removable Round Stoneware
- Dishwasher Safe Stoneware and Lid
- Recipes Included
- Manual Controls
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Ideal for preparing small to mid-sized family meals. Forgo fast food stops or expensive take-out and serve your family a nutritious, home-cooked meal without the hassle. Prepare delicious stews, chili, sauces, small roasts and more for hungry families. 4 quart round stoneware capacity is an ideal size to accommodate servings for four to five people. Manual dial features HIGH and LOW settings. Removable stoneware doubles as a serving dish and stoneware and glass lid are dishwasher-safe to make clean up a snap.
Top Customer Reviews
Cannnot load it and go to work. It Cooks the crap out of your dish. I am pitching it. don't buy
Looking for a model like my original one, the closest I could find was a Crock-Pot model SCR400-B 4-Quart slow cooker. I paid the regular price of $15.92 at my local Walmart. It was well packaged with Styrofoam blocks on top and bottom and the glass lid and owner's guide located in a bag on the top block. The box says it is made by Sunbeam Products now instead of Rival.
After reading a lot of reviews online about loose fitting lids I thought I'd open the box and check it out before purchasing. The display unit's lid fit well. I looked at a total of four and two of them fit well; the other two didn't fit as well and seemed to wobble. The glass lid has a metal rim. I suspect where the metal rim is spot welded together there might be a raised spot that causes some lids to wobble slightly. The removable stoneware has four "grooves" equally spaced around the top rim where the lid rests. I checked to see if any of these were raised causing the lid to wobble but they seemed flat. In addition to the metal rim, this lid has a plastic knob on top. This knob is handy, as I don't need a potholder to remove the lid as I did with the glass lid I was using. The original lid that came with my old slow cooker was some sort of clear plastic. It wasn't long before it developed a lot of what looked like cracks that can't be felt on the surface.Read more ›
I have noticed it gets uncomfortably hot. I thought it would be a little better insulated, but it does make the entire kitchen quite warm, which is disappointing, because I thought it would be nice for being able to cook meals without getting as hot (as the oven would make the kitchen). The only benefit at this point is that I don't have to be very involved.
The lid on this has a plastic handle attached to the glass with a philips head screw. It's hard to clean between the plastic and glass, and it always seems gross.
I wish I had a programmable pot with a "keep warm" function...overcooked food is not so great.
Overall, the construction quality seems a little cheap. The stoneware is solid, but can be hard to clean when something gets burned on (whoops). The rest of it is flimsy metal and plastic.
It's not bad, it's just not GREAT.
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I've tried raising the crock on Mason jar rings, etc., but nothing works well. I am going to search for a different product--something with a temperature control. There is no way I could leave this cooking during the day. I don't even feel comfortable donating this to Goodwill. Away it goes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this for my college-aged son. Thank goodness he decided to try it out at home before heading back to school because it cooks at WAY too high a temperature. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Mom of Two Boys
A nice inexpensive manual 4-qt. Crock-Pot, works great - just what I wanted.Published 2 months ago by Jane W. Barron
Though I prefer Hamilton Beach slow cookers, I purchased this on sale at my local big box store. The under 20$ price tag was too good to pass up. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Country Cook