Crock-Pot SCVT650-PS 6-1/2-Quart Programmable Touchscreen Slow Cooker

Crock-Pot SCVT650-PS 6-1/2-Quart Programmable Slow Cooker

Crock-Pot SCVT650-PS 6-1/2-Quart Programmable Touchscreen Slow Cooker

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  • Oval-shaped slow cooker with 6-1/2-quart removable stoneware crock
  • Touchscreen control panel without the static clings; programmable cooking time; auto keep-warm
  • Polished stainless steel exterior; metal side handles with silicone stay-cool wraps
  • Dishwasher-safe crock and glass lid for easy cleanup; bonus cookbook included
  • Measures approximately 16-1/2 by 8-2/3 by 12-1/5 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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  1. Brand: Crock-Pot
  2. Dimensions: 16.5 x 12.2 x 8.7 inches
  3. Shipping Weight: 13.85 pounds
  4. Item ID: upc:048894030840
  5. Item ID: ean:0887652839291

Product Description

6-1/2-Quart Programmable Touchscreen Stainless-Steel Slow Cooker
Crock-Pot SCVT650-PS
6-1/2-quart programmable slow cooker beautifully housed in polished stainless steel.
Mealtime at Your Fingertips

Gather the family round the dinner table with help from this programmable 6-1/2-quart Crock-Pot slow cooker. An ideal size when cooking for up to eight or nine people, the units roomy interior offers enough space to accommodate a 7-pound roast or a large batch of butternut squash soup, vegetable curry, or other favorite recipe.

With slow cooking, food has the time it needs to reach robust levels of flavorful perfection. Offering a wonderful alternative to eating out, grabbing fast food, or heating up frozen dinners, the Crock-Pot slow cooker creates mouth-watering home-cooked creations that are healthier, lower in cost, and that produce delicious aromas that are sure to lure loved ones back to the table.

Crock-Pot SCVT650-PS
eLume touchscreen control panel for easy programming.

Crock-Pot SCVT650-PS

Low/high/warm settings, 30-minute to 20-hour timer, and keep-warm mode with auto shut-off.
Convenient Cooking with Programmable Timer

Time an issue? Even those with a busy schedule can make meal times magical. Prepare the slow cooker the night before--simply add ingredients to the stoneware insert and refrigerate overnight. Then, before work in the morning, set the stoneware insert into the heating base, secure the lid, turn it on, and set the programmable timer--the slow cooker takes care of the rest. After a slew of weekend errands or a long day at the office, dinner will be ready and waiting.

Touchscreen Control Panel

The slow cookers touchscreen control panel makes programming practically foolproof. Fingertip touch controls include Low, High, and Warm cook settings, as well as Time Up or Time Down options for setting the cooking time from 30 minutes up to 20 hours. Its digitally displayed timer counts down the cooking time remaining, and the slow cooker automatically shifts over to a convenient keep-warm mode at the end of the cooking time, which allows food to remain at an ideal serving temperature without over-cooking. The digital timer also keeps track of time spent in keep-warm mode, counting up in one-minute increments for up to six hours before shutting off automatically. A Cooking indicator light and a Keep Warm indicator light offer at-a-glance convenience.

Crock-Pot SCVT650-PS
Stylish metal side handles wrapped in silicone for a secure, comfortable grip.
Elegant Design in Polished Stainless Steel

The oval-shaped slow cooker features a seamless, beautifully polished, stainless-steal exterior that adds a touch of modern elegance to any kitchen. It also comes with stylish metal side handles wrapped in silicone to help ensure a secure, comfortable grip when transporting from the kitchen to the table or buffet and back again.

Even more, the slow cookers removable stoneware and glass lid move easily to the table for use as a lidded server, to the refrigerator for storing leftovers (no need to dirty a second container), and into the dishwasher for quick cleanup between uses. The stoneware can also go in an oven (but not the broiler) or microwave for added versatility.

Whether heading to a potluck, making a Sunday dinner, or hosting the holidays, the slow cooker is the ultimate kitchen companion. In addition to healthy, home-cooked meals, it can also be used to make and serve spiced coffee, mulled apple cider, and other festive beverages when entertaining friends and family. As an extra bonus, a cookbook comes included, filled with delicious menu ideas.

Whats in the Box

A 6-1/2-quart slow cooker, user manual, and cookbook.

Customer Reviews

Average Customer Review
 (653 customer reviews)

I chose this over the All Clad Non Stick slow cooker, August 26, 2009
Someone in Seattle (Seattle, WA)
I spent a year looking for a good slow cooker that (1) When set on low did not boil food too hot (2) Could hold enough for large batch cooking (3) Did not have a hinged lid (hard to clean and breaks easily) (4) Is programmable for a set amount of time, then switches to warm (5) Was reasonably priced. I tried cheapo store brand round slow cookers which nuked my food - no need to explain since most people have had one at one point or another. Last fall I purchased the top of the line All Clad slow cooker with non-stick insert from Williams Sonoma. After sales tax it cost me a little over $300 which made me nervous. The first meal I made in it was braised short ribs. I browned the ribs in the slow cooker insert on the stove and set it on low for several hours. The food was delish and it kept a gentle simmer but I was horrified to find light scratch marks on the inside of the insert as I was washing the dishes. I used the All Clad for several days and then finally returned it.

I love this crockpot!, December 7, 2010
L Parr
I had a cheaper, larger crockpot and wanted to downsize a bit because you cant make medium size portions in the monster size pots. I saw the cooks illustrated review and decided on this unit.
The unit is really smart looking, I love the black insert, it goes to the table very nicely. I found the cooking to be more true to settings (the low is truly a low simmer) and I love the electronic panel. That it will keep food warm for 6 hours is a real plus for me.
Against instruction recommendations I made a beef stew and filled it to the top, no overflow happened and it cooked beautifully.
Unlike other reviewers, I did not find the panel difficult to read and I love the way the keep warm light flashes so you know where you are in the cooking cycle.
My only complaint is after washing the insert...twice, the inside shows a ring where my liquid line was...not enough of an issue to downgrade it to 4 stars.
My favorite use for this crockpot is to make mashed potatoes.

Finally, a slowcooker that deserves five stars, February 19, 2010
James A. Perley (Franklin, TN USA)
Let's have a rundown of slowcookers I've owned over the last 10 years:
The All Clad slowcooker was great; however, the computerized panel stopped working altogether AFTER the warranty ran out. The Kitchen Aid slow cooker was way too hot, even on the warm cycle. The Hamilton Beach Set n' Forget Programmable slow cooker cooked everything great; however, it would randomly shut off or stay on cook, making it unreliable.

The new Crockpot SCVT650 is awesome. The touchpad is very 21st Century. It's so easy to program that I'm still astonished with it. It cooks great. Like most programmable slow cooker it goes from low or hot to warm once the meal is completed. You can set the time as low as 30 minutes and as high as 20 hours. The stainless steel exterior is something you can proudly put on your countertop.

The hole in the lid is no big deal. It's purpose is to keep the handle in its proper place. To clean the hole, if it gets gunked up with food, you just.

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