Crock-Pot CSC037 Slow Cooker with Hinged Lid, 3.5 Litre, Red [Energy Class A] 23.99 @ Amazon
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Crock-Pot CSC037 Slow Cooker with Hinged Lid, 3.5 Litre, Red [Energy Class A] 23.99 @ Amazon

£23.99£59.9960%Amazon Deals
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Found 27th Nov 2018
  • Let the Crock-Pot cook your meal to perfection while you get on with your day
  • Perfect for casseroles, curries, chilli, but also soups, pot roasts and even desserts
  • Hinged lid for easy serving straight from the bowl and less mess
  • Oven safe stoneware, that is dishwasher safe
  • Recipe Booklet Included
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- No HDMI port
- Disc drive is just a huge lid on top
- PlayStation 3 phat was a barbecue, this thing is its worthy successor
- My game disc melted... MELTED!
- Realistic Overcooked 2 skin tho

OP... why Gaming group?
Edited by: "Kokiri" 27th Nov 2018
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The 5.7 litre one is a pound more.
- No HDMI port
- Disc drive is just a huge lid on top
- PlayStation 3 phat was a barbecue, this thing is its worthy successor
- My game disc melted... MELTED!
- Realistic Overcooked 2 skin tho

OP... why Gaming group?
Edited by: "Kokiri" 27th Nov 2018
What a Crock!

Looks more like a de-wheeled Henry Vacuum cleaner.
Edited by: "Just.Wondering" 27th Nov 2018
Epic have just announced that you can sideload Fortnite onto this.
are these energy effiecient. how much juice does this suck for a 8 hour cooking time?

also looking for a slow cooker/pressure cooker combo (if one exists)
type2jim9 h, 44 m ago

The 5.7 litre one is a pound more.


Bigger size is good value for money but please keep in mind that for optimum cooking its suggested filling up the cooker from half upto 3/4 full. Else food can end up too dry. So there is a chance you may struggle to fill up to required with bigger cooker sizes. We recently got the 3.5 litre one for a fam of 3 and many a time have had to fill it up too much than required to cook proper.
Edited by: "Tech5treak" 27th Nov 2018
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