Connect. Customize. Entertain. The Crock-Pot® Hook Up® Connectable Entertaining System provides flexibility to entertain your way. The units plug into each other to create the perfect table setting for any size party.
One outlet. Endless possibilities. The Crock-Pot® Hook Up® Connectable Entertaining System is designed to be fully customizable and work the way you need it to. You can build your own system or create a spread at parties and gatherings with everyone connecting their own individual Crock-Pot® Hook Up™ unit. Up to 6 units can plug together using one outlet. This unit features one 3.5-quart round crock which is perfect for a soup, chili and side dishes. HIGH, LOW and WARM settings provide cooking options to accommodate your party needs. Removable stoneware and glass lids are dishwasher-safe. Units stack for easy storage.
Crock-Pot® Hook Up® Connectable Entertaining System, 3.5-Quart, Various Metallic Colors is rated
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Rated 1 out of
Stephanie J from
Cracked potI used mine 2 times. The second time the pot cracked and it's on the main hookup. In searching for a replacement, I was told the part has been discontinued. I noticed Crock Pot has responded to several other complaints about this with a note to call their customer service to help. But then I am referred to their outsourced company who says since it's discontinued there are no parts. I have 2 other units that are basically unusable since the main one is what everything connects too.
Date published: 2020-10-12
Rated 2 out of
shecooks alot from
I love these BUT-I have used these connected a handful of times. Today cooking a chicken- as it was heating up- the insert cracked right in half- after reading I cannot seem to find a replacement
and when I go to the site it tells you too- they also say they cannot replace it- its crock pot- THE name in slow cookers- how disappointing to not be able to warranty and replace-
Date published: 2020-10-07
Rated 1 out of
Cracked PotsI had 2 of the 3.5 quart red crock pots that connect and one cracked and I contacted customer service and they said they would replace that one, put it was't in stock, but I was told they would monitor it and send me one once in stock and I haven't heard anything since there last email on 6 Jun 2020. Now my other pot Item # 164951-000-000 has now cracked
Date published: 2020-08-12
Rated 1 out of
Cracked and moldy and unable to replaceI've had the 2 quart and 3.5 oval and after the first use the oval was moldy. Like another reviewer here I thought the fault was mine and after cleaning it thoroughly and storing in a dry area the mold was back and introduced cracks too. To add insult to injury I can't even replace the crock so the entire unit is wasted.
Date published: 2020-08-09
Rated 4 out of
mr cool from
3.5 quart connectableLike it but why can't I order a replacement for the pot????
Date published: 2020-07-04
Rated 2 out of
My lid shattered while making food...dinner ruined. Wasted a crock pot full of food.
Date published: 2020-03-04
Rated 5 out of
Best "buffet" serverI have 8 units and I spread them out on the counter, hooking them up in batches of two or four. I HAD an issue with some of the stoneware discoloring and turning white. After an amazing Live Chat with a Crock-Pot agent, I learned I could "steam" clean the stoneware with water and white vinegar on the high setting for one hour. I followed with a quick wash and dried each piece immediately. It worked! I even tried it on my 15 year old 6 quart unit and it now looks brand new. My only issue now is to somehow convince Crock-Pot to make more in a variety of colors! I could only get the green in the sizes I wanted, and it is not a good green. If Crock-Pot does make more, I hope they will let me exchange my green ones for a better color! You can find a few units on the internet, but it is a challenge.
Date published: 2020-03-03
Rated 3 out of
Crock-Pot needs to make more of these!!I bought 4-3.5 quart units and 4-2.0 quart units in 2018. Green was the only color available in these two sizes (would have preferred anything BUT the green), and I was told by Customer Service the line was being discontinued. Crock-Pot should really re-consider as everyone who has seen them has fallen in love with them. I only use them a couple of times each year to re-heat and serve soup. My complaint now is that, after I finished using and washing them this year, I noticed the inside of the stoneware has begun to turn white! It looks as though the glaze has baked off. I washed them by hand, then dried them a second time. The white just re-appears. This is very disconcerting! I have contacted Crock-Pot to find out what is going on, and really hope it is nothing serious. Until then...no more soups!