Crock-Pot SCV400W Slow Cooker - £9.75 at Currys with Free Delivery - HotUKDeals
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As there have been a number of slow cookers listed I thought I would share this one!

It might not look quite as good as the black model listed earlier but it is exactly the same machine, only in white, half the price and includes free delivery from Currys.

3.5% through Quidco as well.
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I'm loving the essential surge protection that it and the phone need while it cooks my casserole!
But,it's late and time for bed.
Boing!
banned#3
anyone know if these consume a large amount of energy for what they eventually produce (e.g more energy than just cooking a casserole for 2 hours in an electric oven)?

Is it just a convenience gadget or does it cook food better?
banned#4
reviews look great on amazon (4.5/5)

http://www.amazon.co.uk/product-reviews/B000GFCHGE/ref=cm_cr_pr_link_2?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=0&pageNumber=2&sortBy=bySubmissionDateDescending

went for this cos the price is amazing.

Hot & repped. Thanks
#5
csiman


Is it just a convenience gadget or does it cook food better?



imho, it cooks food nicer - it's cooking it slow, and over the time, the flavour comes together, the meat is more tender, and the amount of things you can actually do with them are AMAZING...

I can't live without mine. Chuck stuff in in the morning before work, come home, and dinner's ready. Couldn't be easier.

Been making mulled wine and mulled cider in it too :D
banned#6
whit;7264440
imho, it cooks food nicer - it's cooking it slow, and over the time, the flavour comes together, the meat is more tender, and the amount of things you can actually do with them are AMAZING...

I can't live without mine. Chuck stuff in in the morning before work, come home, and dinner's ready. Couldn't be easier.

Been making mulled wine and mulled cider in it too :D

thanks for that although some amazon reviews state it doesnt have a timer.

so its left on for 10 hours whilst you are at work then? :?

would love to know the average kwh on these.
#7
Good Spot, hot from me
#8
csiman
thanks for that although some amazon reviews state it doesnt have a timer.

so its left on for 10 hours whilst you are at work then? :?

would love to know the average kwh on these.


yep, I leave mine on whilst I'm at work, on the "low" setting.... i used to be dubious about leaving it on and unattended, but after about a year of using it just on the weekends, I got braver :)
banned#9
used it yesterday for the first time and followed timing instructions for beef casserole (1 hour high, then 8 hours on low).

everything was massively overcooked (veg was like mush) so best to reduce their timings imo
#10
csiman
used it yesterday for the first time and followed timing instructions for beef casserole (1 hour high, then 8 hours on low).

everything was massively overcooked (veg was like mush) so best to reduce their timings imo


I usually just kick mine on low all the time - and cook for about 6-8 hours - a timer switch is perfect for that if you want to put in that much effort (which I did) :D
banned#11
whit;7319644
I usually just kick mine on low all the time - and cook for about 6-8 hours - a timer switch is perfect for that if you want to put in that much effort (which I did) :D

cheers but I think the HIGH setting is important in terms of killing any bacteria as the low setting wont get up to the required temperature.
#12
mumbojumbo;7266341
These are rated at 210-400W, so a bit more energy efficient than a full-sized oven which will usually be around 3KW.
Unfortunately the maximum power consumption is only half the story - unless you know how much of the time it is consuming this power, you cannot calculate which is more efficient. For instance, once up to temperature, an oven is constantly switching on and off with its thermostat.

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