|Item Weight||10.36 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.9 x 8.8 x 7.3 inches|
|Item model number||RPSL-350|
|Manufacturer Part Number||RPSL350|
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RoadPro RPSL-350 12V 1.5 Quart Slow Cooker
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For camping, tailgating and roadside dining, there is nothing quite as handy as this multi-purpose 12-volt slow cooker. Plug it into your 12-volt socket and cook up a batch of soup, stew or chili while you are busy watching the road or just having fun. Removable crock is easy to clean, and the cooker base handles make it easy to carry. Special stretch cord keeps glass lid secure for travel. Another great innovation from RoadPro, your trusted travel companion, bringing the comforts of home to on-the-go living.
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I like that this has a real ceramic liner, I was expecting something thin and useless.
I've seen the inside of this cooker, and I have to say that this thing is very cheaply made and is not worth thirty dollar. The cigarette plug is not heavy duty enough to handle the 8 amps this thing draws, and the 18 gauge wire on it, is very small to run 8 amps through and gets a little soft, but not hot.
I love to use this cooker, but because of all the problems I've had with it, I don't recommend it to anyone.
The bad ---------- no insulation from metal sides it's "owee hot"
The good---------- contents gets to 200 Degrees F on 14V continuous in 2 hours
The bad ------- see # 2 above
The good --------the lid is glass with non ferrous metal ring and screw holding lifting knob
The bad --------The lid is ill fitted and slops around
The bad ------the hold down strap is something like a scrunchie for the hair
The good -------the inner pot is white ceramic and removable with tabs also See # 2 above
The Bad -------the bottom outside metal is smooth humps that make unit slide all over so see #2 above
The good------- cord is 5 feet with decent fused plug with inline on-off switch
All in all it is not very efficient for cookinng , it radiates most of the heat from the metal casing, the lid is
ill fitted and slops around , It would make a good heater for a V berth if you fill it and let it run with a Battery
Charger or other 12V source the can supply continuous duty , improvements would be a tight fitting lid combined with
a insulated outer casing
Update I have owned this for a few months now and I've taken it on thousands of miles worth of trips and it still works like a champ. I have celiac disease so I have to prepare my own food always. This thing is a lifesaver when I am traveling in the car.
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I only used it four times and on the fifth time it stopped working.