Crock-Pot® Manual Slow Cooker, Black
There is an easier way to cook wholesome, home-made meals even when your schedule is full. The Crock-Pot® Manual Slow Cooker helps you create delicious meals and simplify your day. See More...
Details & Features
Slow cooking in your Crock-Pot® Slow Cooker provides you the flexibility to prepare a meal early and then have it cook all day. You can carry out your full day's activities and still enjoy a nutritious, home-cooked meal in the evening. It's a healthier, more cost-efficient and convenient way to serve tasty, satisfying meals. This Crock-Pot® Manual Slow Cooker cooks on HIGH or LOW settings and WARM setting can be used to keep you dish at an ideal serving temperature.
- Serves 4+ people
- 4-quart capacity
- HIGH/LOW cook settings
- Convenient WARM setting
- Removable oval stoneware
- Dishwasher-safe stoneware and glass lid
- Sleek, black exterior with black accents and plastic handles
- Recipes included
Rated 1.8 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Dawnmb Is definitely not a SLOW cooker This so called SLOW COOKER boils my food and it practically falls apart , which would be okay if I was making BBQ, but I do not want a roast to crumble as I cut it. I made BBQ ribs and they boiled and had a burnt taste. It cooks way too fast and you cannot leave it cook all day. I called crock pot and they said all the new ones boil, my old one never boiled and I could leave it on all day and my food was cooked just right, not the new ones, cooks way too fast. Would not recommend it as a slow cooker. September 25, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Derek43 Very disappointing My wife and I received this model as a wedding gift two years ago. Crock Pot cooks too hot for temperature settings on device, so much so that while cooking on a "low" temperature recipe, the insert dish cracked all the way down the side rendering our slow cooker useless. We have use the "Crock Pot" brand in the past but this model was a big let down since it still carries the "Crock Pot" name. February 10, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by smgssg Cooks too hot! This crock pot cooks all food too warm and it ruins the texture. I never use it for fear my food will be leather. I use my old dented slow cooker from crock pot so this one is a waste of money! November 11, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by DEMONSLAYER777 SUPER WORTH THE PRICE!!! WORKS REALLY WELL THE ONLY QUIRK IS WITH THE LID ATTACHMENT ON THE BACK. AFTER REPLACING THE HOLD SCREWS WITH SOME NEW, STRONGER ONES, NO PROBLEM1111 October 8, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by justdebralee NOT a Slow Cooker I have to agree with the rest of the comments in this regard. I have been thinking for the past two years since I owned this particular slow cooker that perhaps mine was defective. So I came on here to read some reviews. It looks like others share the same problem (frustration) with this particular model. This "slow" cooker does NOT cook slow. Not even on LOW. It boils food. I cannot set a meal to cook on low before going to work in the morning because when I come home after 8-9 hours, my food is basically cooked to death/mush. Seriously. The recipes that say "Set to High for 4 hours, or low for 8 hours" do not apply to cooking in this Crock-Pot. Even on a low setting, it will be done in 4 hours. This appliance does not meet the needs of a person who wants to toss the ingredients in the pot in the morning before heading to work, to come home at the end of the day and have dinner "ready". The only way I can use this cooker is by either coming home at lunch to turn it to warm for 4-5 hours, (but you'll still end up with much), or, to spend lunch putting dinner into the slow cooker, to have it ready when I come home. Or, on a weekend, which is when I have the time to enjoy fixing a family meal without the use of a slow cooker. I remember slow cookers that use to cook SLOW. This cooker BOILS food the entire time. Since I see a number of comments from disappointed customers, I feel Crock-Pot should provide us some trade in allowance. I love to write good reviews for products, but cannot with this one. February 20, 2014
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