As a working parent, it is important to me to find a way to simply daily chores such as cooking. One of my big cooking ‘cheats’ is the crock pot, I like that I can throw everything into the pot before I leave for work, and have a meal waiting when I get home. My Crock Pot recently died, so I went looking for a replacement and found the Crock-Pot Cook and Carry slow cooker.
Product Dimensions: 15 x 10 x 15.2 inches ; 8 pounds.
The SCCPVL610-S has a locking gasket lid, with 6-quart capacity and programmable time settings. This makes it easy to accommodate varied cooking needs and time constraints. The lids are hinged and lockable, making it ideal for traveling to pot-luck dinners. The stoneware dish can be easily removed and used for serving the meal.
Ease of Use
This crock pot is very easy to use; it has programmable settings that allow me to load the cooker, and then program it to start up to 20 hours later. Once the cooking is done, it automatically transfers to a warming mode, so that no matter when I get home the food is warm and ready for the table.
- The lid is lockable, and contains a lid gasket. This means that the food can be sealed when traveling, so that it won’t spill out of the container
- 240 Watts, 120V and 60Hz
- Contains a digital countdown control, programmable from as little as 30 minutes, to as long as 20 hours
- Automatically moves to the warmer setting once it is done cooking
- 6-quart capacity; fits a 6 lb roast, can feed 7 or more people
This crock pot has a one-year limited warranty; the company will replace or repair the item. They recommend that you register the product on their website as soon as possible after purchase.
With a purchase price less than $50, I would definitely recommend this product. Reviewers were happy with their purchase, and it has very little negative feedback. I liked the 6 quart capacity and the locking lid, which makes it an ideal travel crock pot. This is perfect for pot-luck dinners, and for family get-togethers.