- Product Dimensions: 40.6 x 25.9 x 40.9 cm ; 5.78 Kg
- Item model number: 33969
- ASIN: B005LLUXNM
- Date first available at Amazon.in: 22 July 2015
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- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #8,73,183 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
- Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
Hamilton Beach 33969 Set and Forget 6-Quart Slow Cooker
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- Operating voltage: 110 volts
- The most portable slow cooker- clip tight gasket lid reduces messy spills while full grip handles allow you to transport heavy meals easily
- Three easy cooking modes program (set cooking time) meat probe (cooks meat to desired internal temperature) and manual
- Thermometer probe displays the meat temperature as it cooks
- Perfect for a 6 lb chicken or a 4 lb roast,No more spoiled meals- power interrupter protection keeps slowcooker on in the event of a brief power interuption
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Color:Silver In addition to offering modern convenience, the Set & Forget Programmable Slow Cooker has three choices for easy, automatic cooking: program, probe and manual mode. On busy days, program the cooking time and Set & Forget Slow Cooker automatically shifts to keep warm when the cooking time is up. Cooking a large cut of meat like pot roast, chicken, or pork tenderloin? Insert the probe, set the desired meat temperature and the Set & Forget Slow Cooker automatically shifts to keep warm when the temperature is reached. For traditional slow cooking, manually select the high, low or warm temperature without setting a cooking time
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After searching several sites, and reading a lot of reviews, I found this Hamilton Beach 33969 6-Qt cooker. I was drawn to it when I saw some reviews which stated it didn't cook too fast. The meat probe, different program modes, and lock/carry option were all nice bonuses.
I've now had this cooker for a few months and I'm working on my second round of filling up the freezer with foods prepared in it. I live alone so the 6-Qt is great for making a lot of food and freezing it for later use. Of course, the food is excellent the day that I cook it as well. I've had things cooking as long as 10 hours on low and nothing has ever burned or overcooked. The cooker drops down to warm after the cooking time has elapsed.
I've read some negative reviews (every product in the world has some of those), but I've seen nothing bad about this cooker. It cooks slow (as one would expect), it cooks thoroughly, and everything tastes great. Clean-up is very simple - nothing sticks since it's not overcooked. The hole in the cover for the probe also allows some steam to escape (it doesn't affect the cooking) so that I can still look in and see the cooking progress without having to remove the lid and release all of the heat. Programming is very easy with this cooker as well. London broil came out very tender, roasts, ribs, and chicken were cooked perfectly, sides (potatoes, mac and cheese, etc) came out great, and even pasta dishes have been made successfully.
After my last experience with the cooker which burned everything, I was gun-shy with a new cooker. I'm just so happy that I jumped back in and bought this one. Hamilton Beach did a great job with this cooker!
The heating ranges: The pot can be set for Warm, Low, or High. I heated water and measured both the temperature of the water and the temperature of the porcelain liner (using an infrared thermometer)
Old-fashioned crock pot: Warm: n/a. Low: Pot=180, Contents=150; High: Pot=260, Contents=205 (simmer)
This pot: Warm: Pot=165, Contents=145; Low: Pot=215, Contents=170; High: Pot=245, Contents=205 (simmer)
The Probe: A great feature. You can tell the pot to turn itself down to Warm once the probe reaches a set temperature. You can set the desired temperature between 140 and 180 in 5 degree increments. But you cannot use this for sous vide cooking: once the probe reaches the desired temp, the pot resets itself to Warm: It does NOT try to maintain the temp.
The Timer: You can set cooking time for Low or High of from 30 minutes to 12 hours in half-hour increments.
The Lid: The lock-down lid is a great feature and it works well. Some folks have commented that the gasket gives off an odor, and we found that to be true for the first couple of hours.
I was worried that the slow cooker would be too big for our family (2 adults, 2 small children). I needn't have worried. It's the perfect capacity for a dinner plus one night's leftovers.
Why did I pick this model instead of the other Hamilton-Beach with a lot more reviews? Because I saw the higher model number on this one and hoped that it meant that this model is the newest one. So far I've had none of the problems people have described in the reviews for the other product, so I'd say it was a good gamble. I will update this review if the situation changes.
Previously, I'd given this crock pot negative reviews because I thought it stopped working. Eventually, I figured out it was NOT the crock pot but the wiring in my old house. One particular kitchen outlet doesn't have enough voltage or power to get my Hamilton going.
I plugged my Hamilton into a different socket and it worked BEAUTIFULLY. Sorry, Hamilton, for my negative review before. That was complete and utter customer idiocy. :(
I've had this crock pot for a while now and it still works like new. After fixing the problem, I've used it a dozen times...and every single time, my dishes have come out beautifully. Thank you for making such a wonderful product!