Crock-Pot® Smart-Pot® Slow Cooker, Brushed Stainless Steel
Slow cooking just got smarter with the Crock-Pot® Smart-Pot® Slow Cooker. Create delicious, wholesome meals with just the touch of a button and simplify your day. See More...
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 modern, stylish slow cooker with flat digital panel uses programmable cook settings on HIGH with 4 or 6-hour selections and LOW with 8 or 10-hour selections to conveniently cook around your schedule. After cooking time is complete, the Smart-Pot® Slow Cooker will automatically shift to WARM setting to keep food at ideal serving temperature.
- Serves 7+ people
- 6-quart capacity
- Flat digital panel
- One-touch digital controls
- 2 HIGH/2 LOW cook settings and automatic shift to WARM setting
- Removable oval stoneware
- Dishwasher-safe stoneware and glass lid
- Polished stainless steel exterior with black accents and plastic handles
- Recipes included
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Rated 2 out of 5 by 29 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Chris Would Not Buy Again I purchased this crock pot at the beginning of winter. My family uses a crockpot all winter, at least 3 times a week. First of all, this crock pot cooks way too fast. I cannot leave it on the counter before work cooking slow like I have with other corck pots. When i do I come home to a burned mess. When I purchased this model I thought I was getting an upgrade because of the price, digital controls and nice stainless steel look.... but it has not turned out so. i have only had this for about 3 months and the crock cracked while cooking a roast last week. Now I have a $50.00 worthless crockpot. I am completely disappointed. February 23, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by COMom Not crazy I use my slow cooker regularly, once a week. I own two a small one manual controls and I have had the smart pot for about 4 or 5yrs. After each use I kept telling my husband I dont think the low is really low. Things seem to over cook or cook faster than the time for low settings and I couldnt figure out why. I like to use liners and my last attempt this week the liner melted on my insert. I started to research and found many other owners have the same issue. I have used slow cookers for over 20 years and this one seems to be the worst I have ever owned and looking at replacing it. I a considering other brands. November 2, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by WhattaCrock very disappointing I could not wait to get my new digital stainless 6qt. Crock Pot home to try out, I fully expected to exceed the quality of older models I have used through for many years. It has been a huge disappointment. The new digital technology coupled with a nice stainless finish seemed it would be no-brainer, but the digital setting has a mind of it's own. Many times now I have set it to it's lowest setting "Warm" to simply keep food warmed, only to return a few moments later finding it boiling wildly out of control. I have been a long time Crock Pot fan, but I will not purchase another unless it has manual controls, the digital format is just too unpredictable. I have not been able to locate a 6qt. stainless in local stores with manual control , are they still manufactured ? October 7, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Pammie DO NOT buy this product I was very excited about my new 7 quart digital crockpot and could not wait to start a huge pot of bean soup. Much to my dismay, the pot does not cook properly. Normally, we put our old small crockpot on in the morning and the soup is done in time for supper. Not so with this new "fancy" pot. I started a pot of soup at 6 AM this morning, on HIGH, it is now 12 hours later and it has yet to even simmer. At this rate, we might get to each soup in about 3 days! This product is defective and I'll be returning it to Walmart ASAP! November 15, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by monte No temperature control at all I agree with the other reviews I have a graduate degree in engineering and set up a temperature control test to prove my suspicion. The crock pot heats to the same temp no matter what the setting After 2 hours at high setting I turned to warm setting. Temp did not change after 2 hours, still boiling away Avoid this product I would like to get a refund October 13, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Michigander3 Flexibility, easy to use, but the darn lid handle! This is a stylish crock pot that I got as a set, with a stainless steel lil' dipper, for Christmas three years ago. The easy to use digital controls and setting adjustment that automatically goes to warm when the cycle is completed, makes dinners and enterainment a snap. The black ceramic cooking dish allows for oven use if needed, and has turned out to be useful on several occasions. The only complaint I have is the cheap plastic lid handle. I have had to replace it about 3 times and I've probably paid for the cost of the crock pot in full just with the replacement pieces. This last time, I ended up going to the hardware store and buying a cabinet handle instead of the real thing and that's worked out well. Overall, I have been very happy with the product and would buy this model again if I need a replacement crock pot. November 5, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by jans27 This product is horrible! I have had product, SCVP659-SS for over two years. I have used it only three times, most recently yesterday. The reason: each time it overcooks the food on the low setting. I woke up in the middle of the night to find my roast stuck to the bottom of the crock. Because so much time has past, I cannot return it or I would. I have been a crock-pot user all of my life, but this model needs to be gone! October 28, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Ranchwifenmom Does not get hot!!! I bought this crock pot 2 months ago after using one a lot like this, that I have had for 9 years before it started to not work great! I have only used this crock pot 3 or 4 times and every time I'm hugely disappointed. A pot of beans takes about 9 hrs to cook on high( with repeat turning it back on), and they still aren't completely done. It never gets to a temp that would make it bubble. I too through away the receipt and box and now I'm stuck with a worthless crock pot!!! October 17, 2012