Crock-Pot Slow Cooker 4.7L

Coolblue's Choice

Our choice for the busy chef

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79,-
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79,-
Temporarily sold out


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Coolblue's Choice

This product is our choice for the busy chef.
Coolblue's Choice

Key specs

Created with Sketch. Basic pan material
Ceramics

Pros and cons

According to our slowcooker expert
  • Pros:
    With the timer, you'll know exactly when the slowcooker's ready, so you don't have to monitor it yourself.
  • Pros:
    Thanks to the glass lid, you can keep a close eye on the cooking process.
  • Pros:
    You can easily clean the inner pan in the dishwasher.
  • Con:
    The slow cooker doesn't have start delay, so starts right when you switch it on.
Product Expert slowcookers

You can now prepare tasty dishes that preserve their taste and vitamins in the Crock-Pot Slow Cooker 4.7L. Fill the slow cooker with fresh ingredients in the morning and set the timer for a period ranging from 30 minutes to 20 hours. When the dish is ready, the pot switches to the Keep Warm function so your dish is ready when you come home in the evening after a long day of work. After dinner, you can relax on the couch, because the separate parts of the slow cooker just go into the dishwasher.


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User friendliness
Review score 5 out of 5 stars
10
Durability
Review score 5 out of 5 stars
10

Most helpful reviews

Most helpful reviews

Review score 5 out of 5 stars
5 / 5 stars
10/10
"Amazing"

By Atila on 28 January 2020

  • Pros:
    Quite big, so enough space to make a lot of food
  • Pros:
    Easy to use, very intuitive
  • Pros:
    Easy to clean

I like it because it's practical, you just need to put the food and turn it on. After a few hours, it's ready to eat.

Amazing

Review score 5 out of 5 stars
5 / 5 stars
10
  • Pros:
    Quite big, so enough space to make a lot of food
  • Pros:
    Easy to use, very intuitive
  • Pros:
    Easy to clean

I like it because it's practical, you just need to put the food and turn it on. After a few hours, it's ready to eat.

Atila | 28 January 2020