Crock-Pot SP100 Smart-Part Module

Crock-Pot SP100 Smart-Part Module

Crock-Pot SP100 Smart-Part Module

by Rival

  • Price: $22.50
  • $19.99 List Price
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  • Programmable Module compatible with more than 25 Rival slow cookers
  • Programs cooking time and temperature
  • Smart-Part automatically shifts slow cooker to warm when cooking is done
  • White with a clean-curved modern design
  • Measures 5 by 4 by 2 inches
  • Price: $22.50
  • $19.99 List Price
  • In Stock
  • Free Shipping on orders over $35

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  1. Brand: Rival
  2. Dimensions: 5 x 4 x 2 inches
  3. Shipping Weight: 0.45 pounds
  4. Item ID: upc:073056013324
  5. Item ID: ean:0073056013324

Product Description

Rival Smart-Part¿

Product Review

The only trick with slow cookers is having to be around to turn them down when the cooking is done. This programmable, plug-in Smart-Part takes care of that; plug a compatible Rival slow cooker into the module and it becomes a Smart-Pot. It can be programmed to cook at high power for 4 or 6 hours, or at low power for 8 to 10 hours. After its done cooking, it turns to down to a "warm" setting. The design of the Smart-Part--an arc of white plastic with small green and red indicator lights--is neutral and unobtrusive. Its wipeable (but not immersible), should it get splashed while cooking; just make sure and unplug it first.

The Smart-Part can only be used with ceramic-type slow cookers rated 400 watts (3.3 amps) or less that do not have their own built-in timers or accessories. The unit measures 5 by 4 by 2 inches and will easily fit in a drawer when its not being used. Rival provides a limited warranty against defects in material and workmanship under normal use conditions. --Garland Withers

Customer Reviews

Average Customer Review
 (13 customer reviews)

Send your Crock-Pot to cooking school, October 26, 2002
Joe Ekaitis "gray-haired geek" (Southern California)
The problem: No matter what they say, some foods DO overcook in a slow cooker. Spaghetti sauce loses its tangy tomato flavor. Soups can scorch. Meats become dry and stringy.
Early slow-cooker owners tried to remedy the situation with lamp timers, meaning one had to leave uncooked ingredients at room temperature until the timer switched on, increasing the danger of bacterial contamination. Slow cookers with a keep-warm setting are useful only if someone is around to turn the knob from High or Low to Keep Warm. Other tricks included freezing the ingredients overnight in the hopes of deliberately slowing down the cooking process.
After 30 years on the market, Rival addressed the problem with the Smart-Pot programmable slow cooker, introduced in 2001. The Smart-Pot's electronic timer features 4 cooking cycles: 4 or 6 hours on High, 8 or 10 hours on Low. At the end of the cooking cycle, the Smart-Pot shifts to Keep Warm until it's switched off.
So, what about all those.

By A Customer
I can't believe everyone doesn't have one of these! Before I got it, my crockpot meals would overcook and even burn while I was at work all day. I have two sizes of crockpots that are almost new and really didn't want the programmable crockpot as most of the time I use a relatively small crockpot for just my husband and myself and the Smart Pot is rather large.
The Smart Part is easy to operate and has settings for four cook cycles and 3 different sizes of pots (sizes A-B-C on the control). It can be used with any slow cooker. The food is cooked as you program the control and then held at a "warm" temperature for up to an additional 4 hours. We are thrilled with the improved meals I am slow cooking--not mushy and not burnt. A wonderful product at a good price!

Pretty good, October 17, 2004
kittyworld (Marietta, GA USA)
I have a 1.5 qt no-name crockpot that I bought from Walgreen. I use it mostly to cook single-serving hot cereals overnight so I have ready-to-serve breakfast right out of bed. This device has 3 temperature settings from A to C, which A being the lowest and C being the highest. With my crock, the default A setting seems fine. However the warm setting is a bit too hot for me as it continue to cook the food and result in overcooking if I over-sleep a couple of hours over the weekend.

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