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Swan 1.5L Slow Cooker only £10 at Netto from 20/12
Swan 1.5L Slow Cooker only £10 at Netto from 20/12

Swan 1.5L Slow Cooker only £10 at Netto from 20/12

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(SWAN) Kitchen Essentials Slow Cooker 1.5L (SF11010N) designed for life..
Easy to use, a slow cooker can be left safely cooking while you go about your busy daily routine, so you can enjoy freshly cooked meals without being tied to the kitchen.
Once you find out what it can do for you, you`ll never look back
- versatile, convenient and healthy dishes.
- Round design ideal for joints and caseroles.
- 1.5 litre capacity.
- Even heat distribution.
- Tempered glass lid to view cooking without letting heat escape.
- 3 settings low, high and keep warm.
- Dishwasher proof pot and lid for easy cleaning.
- Removable ceramic pot
- can be used as a serving dish.
- Instruction Guide.
- 2 Years Manufacturers Guarantee

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1.5L is very small - suitable for 1 person only..

'Standard' size is 3.5L

an extra £3.99 will get you an additional 5 litres, almost!
argos.co.uk/sta…htm

Similar looking 3.5L for £13 from asda.
There is also the one posted above which is even better.

This is cold im afraid.

iI got the Asda one a couple of weeks ago for £7.50 so cold from me sorry

Even the "keep warm" setting tends to boil the contents.

for an extra £1.69 and free p+p you can get a 3.3L
here hotukdeals.com/dea…392
Edited by: "tayre" 23rd Dec 2010

At first glance I thought this was great but then I noticed the size - 1.5l is way too small. If you're living on your own its better to cook a larger batch and use the leftovers another day or days (or freeze for another time).......

Tesco are doing a 3.5l one for £12 so I don't think this is great value. Netto also had some digital russell hobbs ones for £25....

Tesco do a 3.5L one for £12 instore.

every post is negative but the deal is hot - how weird!! Do people actually bother to read the details of deals before voting hot? Slow cooker for £10 sounds great until you realise it's just too small for the overall majority...

I don't see the point in a slow cooker of this size even for 1 person. If I was on my own I'd still buy at least a 3.5L to make enough to store a good few meals!

i have a Swan slow cooker and i love it, the only thing that is going wrong is when i do a rice pudding
when it,s done
all though i butter the pot it always sticks to the bottom what am i doing wrong
Hope you can help
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