Hamilton Beach 33135 3-in-1 Slow Cooker with 2-, 4-, and 6-Quart Crocks, Stainless Steel
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- Versatile 3-in-1 slow cooker with stainless-steel electric base
- 3 heat settings; 3 stoneware vessel sizes--2 quart, 4 quart, and 6 quart
- Glass lid fits all 3 vessels; dishwasher-safe crockery and lid
- Cooking vessels nest into base for easy, compact storage
- Measures approximately 15 by 9 by 15 inches; 1-year warranty
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The most versatile slow cooker ever has 3 different size stoneware vessels that fit into the separate electric base - Includes a 2 qt, 4 qt & large 6 Qt size vessels. One glass lid fits all three size vessels . Three heat settings- all crockery & glass lid are dishwasher safe . Beautiful Stainless steel base & matching black stoneware are ideal for cooking & serving for parties . All cooking vessels nest into the base for easy storage in the same space it would take for 1 slow cooker .
Which Hamilton Beach Slow Cooker is Right for You?
|Manual Slow Cookers||Programmable Slow Cookers|
|33262 Stay or Go 6-Quart Slow Cooker||33135 3-in-1 Slow Cooker with 2, 4, and 6-Quart Crocks||33967 Set 'n Forget 6-Quart Programmable Slow Cooker||33969 Set and Forget 6-Quart Slow Cooker||33265 6-Quart Programmable Insulated Slow Cooker|
|Quart Size||6 Quart||Interchangable 2, 4, and 6-Quart Crocks||6 Quart||6 Quart||6 Quart|
|Clips for easy, no spill portability||✔||✔||✔|
|Removable stovetop safe insert for searing and browning||✔|
|Advanced Programmable Mode||✔||✔||✔|
|Probe for checking internal meat temperature||✔||✔|
|Additional Features||Adjustable cooking capacity- pick your quart size for each meal||Insulated cool wall base and cool-touch base handles|
Top Customer Reviews
Like others, I really appreciate the three crocks, the clever way they nest and that one lid fits all. The two- and four-quart crocks are easier to handle than the six, especially in the sink, so I expect to get a lot more use out of this than if I had gone with a single-crock six. Also, the two smaller crocks fit in my microwave, and the six would not -- very handy for heating the leftovers. I'm glad to have the six-quart crock as well as the other two, though.
The unit seems more sturdily constructed than some I saw in stores. I personally prefer the simple knob over the programmable touchpads. As at least one other reviewer mentioned, the high and low settings really do seem to work.
I wish you could use the lid in the microwave, but you can't, probably because it has a metal rim. A 10-1/4" dinner plate served as a nicely fitting substitute, but it was more difficult to remove from the steaming crock than it would have been using the crock's lid with its knob. This one complaint is a minor one and not important enough to downgrade to four stars in light of the unit's great assets.
I also bought a giant cookbook "Fix-It and Forget It" by Phyllis Good with 1400 Slow-Cooker recipes. This is full of middle-America comfort food things like hamburger rice casserole or chili cornbread. No fancy gur-may city food here. More like Iowa Sunday dinner, with jello and 3-bean salads as side dishes. Now I intend to try all these recipes, one a week, which will take just under 27 years. So let's check the longevity angle at the same time. I'm 68 now; see my full report here on Amazon when I'm 95. Heh heh.