Crock-Pot 7-Quart Programmable Slow Cooker

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Crock-Pot 7-Quart Programmable Slow Cooker
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  • 7-quart slow cooker; meals for 9 or more
  • Automatically shifts to warm once cook time is complete
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    The Crock-Pot SCCPVP700-S Programmable Slow Cooker does the thinking, so you don't have to. This 7 quart slow cooker is large enough for seven pound roast. You can cook for nine or more people comfortably with this slow cooker. It features one-touch control and has multiple time and temperature settings. Simply place the ingredients, set the desired cooking time and temperature, and go about your day. With the automatic shift to warm mode, it will automatically shift to the "Warm" setting once the pre-selected cooking time is complete. The Crock-Pot slow cooker comes with a built-in thermometer, countdown timer, and much more. It consumes less energy than conventional ovens. The removable oval stoneware can be used to serve the meals too. With an attractive stainless finish, this fits into the dcor of any kitchen. As both the stoneware and lid are dishwasher safe, cleaning this Crock-Pot slow cooker will not require extra effort.

    About this item

    The Crock-Pot SCCPVP700-S Programmable Slow Cooker does the thinking, so you don't have to. This 7 quart slow cooker is large enough for seven pound roast. You can cook for nine or more people comfortably with this slow cooker. It features one-touch control and has multiple time and temperature settings. Simply place the ingredients, set the desired cooking time and temperature, and go about your day. With the automatic shift to warm mode, it will automatically shift to the "Warm" setting once the pre-selected cooking time is complete. The Crock-Pot slow cooker comes with a built-in thermometer, countdown timer, and much more. It consumes less energy than conventional ovens. The removable oval stoneware can be used to serve the meals too. With an attractive stainless finish, this fits into the dcor of any kitchen. As both the stoneware and lid are dishwasher safe, cleaning this Crock-Pot slow cooker will not require extra effort.

    Crock-Pot SCCPVP700-S Programmable Slow Cooker:

  • 7-quart oval stoneware.
  • Four programmable time setting options provide one-touch versatility and automatically shifts to warm once the cook time is complete.
  • Perfect for nine or more people or a seven pound roast.
  • Dishwasher safe stoneware and lid.
  • Model: SCCPVP700-S.


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    Model No.: SCCPVP700-S
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 14.15
    Walmart No.: 1419115
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    2/18/2011

    Customer review by Epicurean111

    5.0 stars 2/18/2011 by Epicurean111
    by Epicurean111

    For me, the most tantalizing feature of this crockpot was the 7 qt. capacity. Now that I've used it, the second most awesome feature is the programmability. If I set the time for 10 hours, once the 10 hours is up, the crockpot kicks to a warming setting instead of a cooking setting. This is a great feature so your food does not overcook. When I never know what time I am going to get home from work, the feature sells the crockpot for me.

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    Epicurean111
    Cincinnati, OH
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:55 - 64
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Once per week
    works as expected
    11/13/2010

    Customer review by Leslieannie

    4.0 stars 11/13/2010 by Leslieannie
    by Leslieannie

    Great crockpot with lots of capacity. One downside is the control panel is a sticker. This is my second time using it and the sticker is starting to peel off on one edge, so it won't be looking nice for long. Also, I find that the programming time limits you -- put in a roast and will be heading to church but won't be home to re-start the time since it only gives you 2 time settings on high and 2 time settings on low. Will be returning it to get a manual crockpot.

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    Leslieannie
    Would recommend to a friend? No
    Age:35 - 44
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Once per week
    Crock pot that does so much more
    1/14/2011

    Customer review by Wildblue24

    5.0 stars 1/14/2011 by Wildblue24
    by Wildblue24

    With the Christmas Holidays just ending I felt it was a good time to talk about our 7-Quart Crock-Pot. Having two children home from college and one in high school. Our kitchen gets lots of use. We used our Croc-pot everyday either for lunch or dinner. Being programmable made it almost fun. We have cooked soups, stews, pot roast and other one dish meals. This crock-pot did an excellent job. 7 quart is larger than most crock-pots and I highly recommend it. Plus if you cook from home recipes such as we do with larger portions from Grandmas cookbook the larger size pays dividends. And having a house full of hearty appetites helps. It also did well at our Family New Years party. The price is very good for what you are getting. Enjoy,

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    Wildblue24
    Adairsville, Georgia
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every few days
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    Quality control disaster
    11/21/2012

    Customer review by FloppyBob

    1.0 stars 11/21/2012 by FloppyBob
    by FloppyBob

    We bought this thing from the store. It came new in a sealed box, with all sealed parts. Regardless of the ability to cook food, let me tell you what was in the box: 1. The body of the crock pot. So far so good. 2. The stoneware component. This does not fit properly inside the body and slides around freely, with between a quarter and a half inch all the way around. It is not the same shape as the body precisely. 3. The lid. The lid has a plastic cover under the handle that fills up with water when washed. The lid is warped and does not sit evenly on a flat surface, so of course it also does not sit evenly in the stoneware bowl. It is odd-shaped, with one side being 'flat' while the other is round. The shape is odd and the cover is warped; the shape and size of the lid bears little resemblance to the actual stoneware bowl. Because the stoneware does not fit properly inside the body, while carrying the pot full of food, the body flexes and the handles squeak and groan. The handles are flimsy plastic, and although this is just speculation, do not feel like they would be able to support the weight of the thing if it were filled to the brim with food. If the stoneware was sized properly, it would provide more support to the body of the thing when it's full, but as already stated, that is not the case. Admittedly, a real product probably can't be THIS bad, so I certainly hope every one of these isn't so far off. This must just be a quality control error, a bad batch of the things. It almost seems like the stoneware was from a different pot than the body, and the lid is just a massive quality control error. But, caveat emptor: this is not a high-quality unit. We had to use it on short notice this first time but will either return it to Walmart, or will make a warranty claim. As it is, it is not acceptable.

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    FloppyBob
    Raleigh, NC
    Would recommend to a friend? No
    Age:25 - 34
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    worth it
    2/11/2011

    Customer review by paulr

    5.0 stars 2/11/2011 by paulr
    by paulr

    I have had this for several years and use it regularly. I had never had one before. They are great, no problems. No cracks or breaks to stoneware. When fresh out of the refrigerator I like to put it in the oven on warm for 15-20 minutes to take the chill off of the stoneware then everything is good to go. The temp setting are great 4-10 hours what could be better. If you need something faster use the oven. I love it for Pork and Beef roasts, they cook completely and fall apart juicy and tender. I have cooked everything veggies, stews,soups roasts, desserts,chicken oh use those rubbery carrots or celery from the fridg.under the chicken then throw them away. Pro idea

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    paulr
    East Tenn
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:55 - 64
    Ownership:Longer than one year
    Gender:Male
    Usage:A few times per month
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    by an anonymous customer 2/13/2011
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    • A. Mine doesn't eigther I think this is normal because it gets as hot as it needs to be.
      by Vickyniki6/17/2015
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    • A. No there is no gasket, nor is there one needed. The lid just sits on the top in the recess. Everything works as it should. I have 4 crock pots, this one, 2 standard size and a small one for dips. They all work the same way.
      by hucifer12/31/2014
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    • A. Mine does not 'seal' solidly either; however, I have not found this to be any problem whatsoever. As long as the metal rim is not bent, I don't feel there will be any problems with the cooking time. I also think that a small amount of steam escaping is fine; if there were not some steam leaving, the liquid would cause lots of lid-popping and bobbling...at least that is what I think would happen.
      by aggiemom077/26/2015
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    • A. Not necessary to seal. Most slow cookers are like that.
      by ZShort7/26/2015
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    • A. The glass cover just rests gently on top of the crock. It does not need to build up pressure. It cooks at a simmer temperature over a long time. But, lifting the lid can cause you to lose the heat.
      by KansasWalmarter7/26/2015
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    • A. there is nothing missing. it does not nead a seal
      by gimmeAbargin7/26/2015
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    • A. Mine does that too but I've never had a problem with my food not cooking.
      by KisCooking7/26/2015
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    • A. a tight seal is not necessary for a crock pot. Steam will make a very small quantity of moisture to bubble out some times. This isn't a pressure cooker. Not trying to be sarcastic
      by paulr7/26/2015
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    • A. My unit arrived with a rubber gasket attached to the lid, as well as a spare gasket in the box...
      by HouseofTomas7/26/2015
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    Once you set the timer and go, will it automatically set to the warm setting after the cook timer runs out?
    by an anonymous customer 1/24/2011
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    • A. Yes.
      by GeoThermal151326/20/2015
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    • A. Yes!
      by Vickyniki5/2/2015
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    • A. Yes that is the design. Although they do say not to keep it on warm for more than 4 hours.
      by hucifer1/10/2012
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    • A. Yes, it automatically changes to the 'warm' setting after the time runs out.
      by aggiemom0712/22/2011
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    • A. yes...once you set it and its done it automatically goes to the warm setting.
      by monkeytoes11269/11/2011
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    • A. no
      by gimmeAbargin7/19/2015
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    • A. Yes it does. It's actually one of the reasons I like this particular crock-pot. I rely on it switching over so the food stays warm.
      by KisCooking2/6/2015
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    • A. Yes it will
      by paulr3/27/2011
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    • A. yes and it will keep it warm for 6 hours and then turn off
      by rparrny7/18/2015
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    by peterdot 11/26/2010
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    • A. No.
      by GeoThermal151327/7/2014
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    • A. no
      by monkeytoes11269/10/2011
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    • A. Not that I've been able to find but it does automatically switch to warm when it's done so the food stays hot and safe. It also has 4 different cooking times (4hr,6hr,8hr and 10hr) and the it will switch over to warm after those. I use the 10 hr for over night cooking as well as for food I start in the morning for supper. It works great. Hope that helps you out :)
      by KisCooking5/5/2011
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    • A. no
      by paulr3/27/2011
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    • A. You cant set it to start at say...noon, but you can set it to start in say...6 hours from now.
      by rparrny5/9/2015
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    • A. I have one of these, and No you cannot set it to start at a specific time. The word "programmable" is a little bit deceiving in this case. While it does a great job, you can only PROGRAM it to cook for 4, 6, 8, or 10 hours. No delay in when it starts, it begins right away. Despite that fact it is a Great machine to have on-hand. And the size is excellent for a fam of 4 or more. Hope this helps!
      by BluJay755/9/2015
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    • A. There is no delay timer on this Croc-pot as far as I can tell and I have been playing with it fro a few minutes. I also went to Croc-pot's web site to see what they said . It does have 5 settings two on high, two on low and warm. I can tell you from experience that it does work really well and you have to like its price.
      by Wildblue245/9/2015
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    • A. no
      by luvdmomma12/17/2010
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