Useful oval shape and size makes this my preferred slow cooker
Bichon Mom, Amazon
8 February 2015
Summary: I've had this slow cooker for a year and it is the one that I use the most. The oval design is really nice for most foods and I prefer it over the deeper round design. I do find that one end does tend to be a little hotter than the other.
Summary: This is a good basic slow cooker. Basic design so just turn knob to heat setting (Low or High) and that's it. The one I got does not have a stem vent in the lid like some newer ones so you have to leave the lid tilted or it can make some noise and boil over.
Summary: This is a recent purchase which I've used a few times. I didn't want anything fancy. This fits the bill with easy- to- use settings of warm, low and high. Works great. I like the steam outlet on the lid.
Summary: I have had this crock pot for a couple months now and am very pleased with it. I have not had any problem with the knob as some reviews stated and it works great. I cook a lot of bone broths with it that cook all day and night, so my crock pots get a good work out.
Summary: I've never owned a slow cooker before so I wasn't sure what to buy or expect. I went with this one because of the low price ($19.88 at the time of purchase). I wasn't looking for anything fancy.
Summary: Perfect for two people or when the 7 quarter is just too big. This unit regulates heat well and does not vent have a hole in the lid like many others do. However, lid will burp from time to time to release excess steam. Not really a problem, just thought it was worth mentioning.