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Brand
Crock-Pot
Color
Black
Material
Stoneware
Item Dimensions LxWxH
8.6 x 11.9 x 12 inches
Capacity
4 Quarts

  • 4-quart oval slow cooker
  • High, low and warm settings are perfect for making chilis, stews, sauces and more
  • Perfect for four or more people or a four pound roast
  • Dishwasher-safe stoneware and lid. Never immerse the heating base in water or other liquid
  • Measures approximately 12 by 9 by 12 inches

Crock-Pot 6-Quart Programmable Slow Cooker, Stainless Steel

With the Crock Pot 6 Quart Programmable Slow Cooker, coming home to a delicious slow cooked meal has never been easier. Simply add your ingredients and let this precision slow cooker do the rest. A 6 quart capacity feeds 7+ people and is great for feeding a family, or meal prepping for the upcoming week. With programmed cooking times up to 20 hours, High or Low cook settings, and a Keep Warm function, this convenient appliance does all the work while you’re out. Enjoy comforting soups and stews, tender, shreddable meats, flavorful stocks and broths, and countless other recommended recipes with minimal effort. Dishwasher safe stoneware and lid makes cleanup even easier. It’s time to quit looking, and start slow cooking today with Crock-Pot!


Serves 7 or More

6-quart capacity feeds up to 7 people—perfect for a family meal, a friendly get together, or meal prepping for the upcoming week.


Digital Display

Digital display lets you to set your cook time anywhere from 30 minutes to up to 20 hours, easily monitor how much time is left, and adjust timing as needed.


High and Low Cooking Control

High and Low settings allow you to customize your slow cooking, so your meal is ready when you need it to be.


Keeps Food Warm

After cooking time is complete, slow cooker automatically shifts to the Warm setting, keeping your dish at the ideal serving temperature.


Versatile Design

Oval-shaped stoneware provides cooking versatility, and is perfect for cooking a rotisserie chicken, ribs, or other larger cuts of meat.


Easy Cleanup

Removable stoneware and lid are both dishwasher safe, making cleanup a breeze.

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Q: Is this a good slow cooker for making bone broth? Bone broth take 12 to 24+ hours.

A: Excellent. Simple and easy to use.

Jay Blue | 7 years ago

Q: What is the temperature range for this item? Thanks

A: The Keep Warm setting is approximately 165 - 170 degrees F. Both the Low & High settings c…

Manufacturer Margaritaville C. | 6 years ago

Q: what does manual mean?

A: This item was a gift for my daughter, but I believe ''manual'' means that you have to physic…

Wojo | 8 years ago

Q: Will this be good to take to college with me? I don''t want something to big or too small, …

A: Yes! This would be perfect for your dorm. It is very easy to use & to clean. Make sure you…

Phil G & JoJo | 2 years ago

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Kansas Shopper
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Too Hot!
Reviewed in the United States on September 25, 2017
Color: StainlessSize: 7 QtPattern Name: Cooker
The outside temperature of this Crock-Pot® gets hot enough to be a burn and/or fire hazard. - 145° Other Crock-Pots I have get warm to the touch, but not burn-off-your-fingerprints hot. The shell also seems much lighter than older models. Perhaps they''ve omitted what was... See more
The outside temperature of this Crock-Pot® gets hot enough to be a burn and/or fire hazard. - 145° Other Crock-Pots I have get warm to the touch, but not burn-off-your-fingerprints hot. The shell also seems much lighter than older models. Perhaps they''ve omitted what was used for insulation? I should have heeded the Melted Handles product reviews. Amazon refunded my purchase price.
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becca
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Melted handles
Reviewed in the United States on August 29, 2017
Color: StainlessSize: 7 QtPattern Name: Cooker
I literally plugged it in for the first time and the plastic handles on the sides are melting off. The smell of burning plastic is filling my apartment. Don''t buy from this seller.
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ObviouslyAnnie
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Crock-pot comparison to MaxiMatic and Calphalon Slow Cookers: Buy this one!
Reviewed in the United States on January 20, 2017
Color: Stainless SteelSize: 8 QTPattern Name: Cooker
I wanted a BIG slow cooker since *for some reason* my family of six insists on eating three meals a day Every. Single. Day. Ugh! Luckily my MIL recognized my struggle and bought me the fanciest device I’d ever seen for Christmas: A Calphalon 7 Qt Digital Slow Cooker. I was... See more
I wanted a BIG slow cooker since *for some reason* my family of six insists on eating three meals a day Every. Single. Day. Ugh! Luckily my MIL recognized my struggle and bought me the fanciest device I’d ever seen for Christmas: A Calphalon 7 Qt Digital Slow Cooker. I was in love with it… at first. Then I noticed liquid seeping into the base after each use. Long story short, after three complimentary replacement parts I still had a broken appliance and Calphalon wrote me an E-mail using the exact words: “...Calphalon has made the decision to stop producing electronics...” then issued me a refund. I turned around and bought a MaxiMatic 8 qt Slow Cooker (go big or go home, right?). It cooked waaaaay too hot (it boiled liquid on the lowest setting in under 5 minutes!) then stopped working entirely after a few months. I received my refund, bought this Crock-pot… and the rest, as they say, is history!

How does this one compare to the others?

It’s HUGE.
…but not as big as the MaxiMatic. Both slow cookers claim to be eight quart size but in reality eight quarts of liquid fills the Crock-pot all the way to the lip of the lid, which isn’t realistic for actually cooking that much liquid. Still, it’s pretty HUGE, especially compared to Calphalon’s biggest size (7 quart). The MaxiMatic gives you a little extra room above the eight quart point BUT…

Crock-pot has better temperature control.
In the Crock-pot “Low” could cook a 4 lb pot roast all day (6+ hours). On “High” it cooks in about 4 hours. “Warm” keeps it warm. The MaxiMatic, on the other hand, cooks it in less than 2 hours ON LOW (and it leaves the meat tough as rubber) and the MaxiMatic “high” setting approaches temperatures comparable to the depths of Hell. Calphalon had accurate temps but it didn’t make up for the constant leaking, smaller crock and lack of customer support.

The outside is very hot.
This is one of those “duh” moments. Anything that cooks WILL get hot. Don’t touch hot things. Don’t put them near the edge of the counter where kids can touch them. Again: Duh! The Calphalon is the only model on the market that claims to be “cool to the touch” and guess what? It’ll still burn the crud out of you! It’s not as hot as other brands, but it’ll still do damage if you touch it, especially on the exposed areas of the crock liner. So as much as everyone complains about this aspect, I have to wonder if their moms never used the old 70’s Crock-pots with the wheat patterned orange shells that made delicious soup and seared the flesh off your bones if you touched them (so you just didn’t touch them). Shoot, my mom STILL uses hers. The moral of the story? Grow up! And stop shopping for cooking appliances that don’t feel hot.

There is no timer.
This is NOT a digital slow cooker. “Digital” slow cookers have specific temperature controls, fancy timers and auto shutoff options. They also break down faster, have things go wrong more often and (if they are Calphalon brand) their manufacturer discontinues selling them completely. There’s a reason those 70’s Crock-pots that I mentioned previously still walk the earth serving fondue at your grandma’s Bridge Club potlucks: simplicity. There are no buttons on this Crockpot. There is no digital screen. There is only a single knob with four options: Off, Warm, Low, High... Just like Grandma’s Crock-pot! What you give up in convenience you’ll make up for in durability, longevity and simplicity though. And you’ll just have to be *slightly* less lazy than slow cooker “dump it, leave it, eat it” style cooking permits by, you know, setting a timer. ::Ding::

The crock liner is dishwasher safe.
MaxiMatic and Crock-pot both allow their stoneware crock liners to be washed in the dishwasher. Calphalon does not. But even with dedicated handwashing, the Calphalon liner developed hairline cracks. Twice. The MaxiMatic did too, after a few months of regular use. This Crock-pot has been used and run through the dishwasher every other day (literally) since I bought it and has absolutely no issues whatsoever. I also notice the glaze on the stoneware is much more even on the Crock-pot. It had thin spots, pits and irregularities in both the MaxiMatic and the Calphalon. I have to assume there is better quality control on the manufacturing end at Crock-pot.

That pretty much sums it up though. If anything changes, breaks, acts up, smells funny or does anything else unusual I’ll be sure to update this review. As it stands though, no news is good news. Buy this Crock-pot. You can thank me later.

UPDATE: I bought this 8 quart Crock-pot through Amazon in December 2016. As of today, January 15th 2018, it is still running strong. I continue to use it several times a week and always run the crock liner and lid through the dishwasher. It is still as temperature-reliable as the day I first unboxed it and continues to be my favorite appliance... and that''s big, considering I also own a Kitchenaid mixer AND an Instant Pot (but the Instant Pot hisses at me and the mixer gives everyone dirty looks). If you haven''t bought one yet, you definitely need more pot roast in your life. And beans. Which BTW, this puppy can easily fit 2 lbs of dry pinto beans (hint: Use ham hocks! And shred the meat into the beans before serving. All other beans will be ruined for you after that). I''ll continue abusing my Crock-pot and updating my review if anything changes though, because SCIENCE!
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I Do The Speed LimitTop Contributor: Cooking
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
I needed to be FORCED to cook less--I succeeded by buying this smaller model
Reviewed in the United States on March 17, 2016
Color: Stainless SilverSize: 3 QTPattern Name: Cooker
No longer a large family to cook for. So, even though I have several slow cookers, I bought this one to help FORCE me to cook less. The first time I used this, I was FORCED to remove a few ladles full of soup ingredients at the beginning of cooking. So, yes, this curbed... See more
No longer a large family to cook for. So, even though I have several slow cookers, I bought this one to help FORCE me to cook less. The first time I used this, I was FORCED to remove a few ladles full of soup ingredients at the beginning of cooking. So, yes, this curbed me in. I am effectively cooking for two now--with manageable left-overs.

No bells or whistles on this machine, and that is really just fine and great.

NOTE: I am all for finding the best prices, and I did find less expensive Crockpot models at the Crockpot website. And, I did buy two from there originally. I never got them, and the parent company of Crockpot kept my money for far too long before refunding me. Shipping is a huge hassle on that website, and customer service is as demeaning to the customer as it can possibly get--especially talking to a supervisor. I vow never again to visit that webiste--it is just not worth the hassle. My advice? Buy from Amazon, pay a few dollars more, get superb service if something goes wrong. Spending a few dollars extra at Amazon is worth avoiding the degradation of dealing with some of the nastiest customer service reps and supervisors I''ve ever run into, and one of the most poorly run shipping departments--at Crockpot.
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MICHAEL
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
***HOT*** when in use, set it where?
Reviewed in the United States on August 27, 2017
Color: StainlessSize: 7 QtPattern Name: Cooker
I had to retire my 10 year old crockpot after years of regular and semi-abusive use. I am not going to lie I was disappointed when I pulled this flimsy version of my old reliable crockpotout of the box. So my old crockpot was a more upgraded version with a digital clock... See more
I had to retire my 10 year old crockpot after years of regular and semi-abusive use. I am not going to lie I was disappointed when I pulled this flimsy version of my old reliable crockpotout of the box. So my old crockpot was a more upgraded version with a digital clock and digital settings low - high - warm. This one is more basic. I was okay with that idea as to be honest there was a learning curve with my old crockpot (the timer and heat settings never worked perfectly) so I figured simplifying that part wouldn''t be an issue. I didn''t realize that the entire unit would be more cheaply made. The stoneware portion of the product was good quality as expected, but the heating element and base are seriously lackluster. Is it that expensive to produce quality products anymore?? It must have taken them 10 soda cans worth of material to make the base. The handles are cheap cheap plastic and mine are scratched up just out of the box. My old crockpot lasted 10 years. I would be shocked if this one made it 5 years. I am making a dumpcake as a trial run as I type. ****SERIOUS BURN HAZARD!!!!**** The stainless steel exterior becomes more than a little warm. I touched it with a knuckle and instantly regretted that decision. I had read reviews that said it gets hot, others said it gets hot but that is to be expected. My previous model would get warm, and could maybe burn you if you left your hand on the surface. This one gets HOT. Like you just touched a pot that has been heating on high on the stove hot. I really do not like that. I have children and pets and will have to be careful where I put this unit. It could potentially damage your kitchen if left too close to ANYTHING. This also makes me nervous about setting this crockpot and going somewhere or even when entertaining. One too close anything will be a melted or firey mess. I keep thinking of having hotdog buns near it and how quickly the plastic of one of those bags woukd become a melted mess! Also since the world of crockpots have netoriously short cords where are you suposed to set up this little molten fireball?
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Grandma in Oregon
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
This is perfect size for sml households.
Reviewed in the United States on February 28, 2017
Color: Stainless SilverSize: 3 QTPattern Name: Cooker
I really like this size ( have 4 crockpots of different sizes ). Great to make soups as 3 qts is enough for the day w pleanty of leftovers. Warm feature keeps everything hot! Love this size and not too heavy to wash for an old lady with arthritic hands.
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Michael H
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Cord design flaw - check your cord for safety
Reviewed in the United States on December 9, 2018
Color: Stainless SilverSize: 3 QTPattern Name: Cooker
Our family has been Crock Pot users for many decades. We have used slow cookers to prepare beans, stocks and soups several times a week. Unfortunately we have had a string of problems with this model of Crock Pot. We purchased our first one in 2011 and used it until Nov... See more
Our family has been Crock Pot users for many decades. We have used slow cookers to prepare beans, stocks and soups several times a week. Unfortunately we have had a string of problems with this model of Crock Pot. We purchased our first one in 2011 and used it until Nov 2016. It failed when the cord shorted out with a spectacular flash and melted where it exits the bottom of the cooker.

We thought we would try again with the same model in November 2016 as the size was right and we did get 5 years of service from a modestly priced appliance. In March 2018 I examined the cord on the replacement and noticed that the insulation had melted exposing both wires at the same location the wire on the first pot had shorted. The replacement pot conditions was clearly unsafe and would likely short out as well with continued use. So this Crock Pot was discarded.

Not sure why but we decided to try one more time in March 2018 assuming that if we were extra careful to avoid flexing the cord and positioning it as far away from the bottom of the pot as possible it might still work out. It did not. In November 2018 I examined the cord carefully at the problem location. There was a split in the insulation about an inch long starting about 1/2 inch from where it enters the pot. Given our experience with the two previous Crock Pots we will not longer use this Crock Pot as it is unsafe. We will not buy another Crock Pot until this design flaw is corrected. In my assessment the current design is a fire hazard and the exposed wire poses an electric shock hazard. We also have another larger Crock Pot - Model 3040 BC purchased in 2011. That one is used much less often. The cord design is the same. It also has a bare spot on the insulation in the same location so that one is being discarded as well.

If you have a Crock Pot of any model with a cord the exits straight down from the bottom of the appliance I suggest you carefully examine the cord for the first inch or so to make sure it does not have cracks or bare spots.
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AEinstein
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Crock Pot SCV800-S Oval Manual Slow Cooker - a TRUE 8 quart slow cooker
Reviewed in the United States on May 2, 2016
Color: Stainless SteelSize: 8 QTPattern Name: Cooker
PROS: Price CAPACITY: It will hold a -measured- 8 quarts which puts the liquid to the rim where the bottom of the lid rests. It will hold slightly more but the lid would then touch the liquid. Of course a good -cooking- level would be between 7 and 8... See more
PROS:
Price
CAPACITY: It will hold a -measured- 8 quarts which puts the liquid to the rim where the bottom of the lid rests. It will hold slightly more but the lid would then touch the liquid. Of course a good -cooking- level would be between 7 and 8 quarts.
LID: The lid has a ''loop'' handle, which is easier to grasp than a round knob handle.
HEAT CONTROLS: Poorly made cookers cycle the heating element -completely- on/off to maintain temperature. This does a better job of maintaining an -even- heat by just lower and raising the applied heat. (see below about power)
LINER: This is heavy Ceramic, not some -painted- other material. (as is a complaint about some other manufacturers)

CONS:
The only con I can come up with is that it doesn''t have a -light- to say it is on.

Remember, ALL slow cookers get HOT on the outside as does this one.

Approximate power consumption:
NOTE: Mine has OFF-LOW-HIGH-WARM markings on the control

WARM = 105 watts
* On low an high the power use -cycles- between the lower and upper numbers to maintain the temperature.
LOW = 288 - 295
HIGH = 388 - 395
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Olive15
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Good crockpot, but rusts easily
Reviewed in India on April 3, 2017
The product works as advertised, although it would be helpful if it had a small light to signal when it was on. Delivery took much longer than expected, and there were some miscommunications or delays with the vendor (I''m in Noida). Although I''ve had the crockpot for less...See more
The product works as advertised, although it would be helpful if it had a small light to signal when it was on. Delivery took much longer than expected, and there were some miscommunications or delays with the vendor (I''m in Noida). Although I''ve had the crockpot for less than 4 months and have used it only 4 or 5 times, already the stainless steel shell has rust spots on it (see photos). I wipe it down with a damp, lightly soaped cloth after each use. So I don''t know how long I''ll be able to use it. Because of this, I can''t recommend it to others.
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Amazon Customer
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Crock pot handles melted
Reviewed in India on October 9, 2017
First time we are using crock pot slow cooker today. We started preparing soup at 11:30 and at the time of 11:50 both side crock pot handles are melted could you please replace this item
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AM
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The crock pot works as expected. Just use a ...
Reviewed in India on November 22, 2016
The crock pot works as expected. Just use a 1KW step down transformer which you can buy at a local electrical shop.
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Lady
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Pint-sized flavour saver
Reviewed in Canada on January 13, 2021
The lid sits a little funky on the top, even with the slots for steam release but it still cooks perfectly! My old faithful died from the 80''s and I needed a new small one instead of always using my big boy and this one is perfect!
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Amazon Customer
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The product got overheated and the handles started melting
Reviewed in India on August 14, 2017
Have only used it twice now. Both times on low..but the second time the handle started to melt. Not sure why because i did not let it get too hot. How can I have the product replaced?
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