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Crock-Pot SCCPPC800-V1 8-Quart Express Crock Stainless Steel Multi-Cooker

Item# 00806874000P | Model# SCCPPC800-V1 | Added on August 13, 2018 |
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Crock-Pot SCCPPC800-V1 8-Quart Express Crock Stainless Steel Multi-Cooker
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Crock Pot 8-Quart Express Crock Stainless Steel Multi-Cooker The Crock Pot 8-Quart Express Crock Multi-Cooker can cook meals up to 70% faster than traditional cooking and has enough capacity to serve nutritious, home-cooked meals for large families or parties of 10 people or more. Thanks to 8 pre-set pressurized settings for various foods, you can choose to eat sooner, or you can use the slow cook setting to come back later to a delicious hot meal. You can also steam, brown, or sauté before programming, making one-pot meals easier than ever.

  • Dimensions: 14.6” L x 15.2” W x 16.7” H
  • Material: Stainless steel
  • Capacity: 8 quarts
  • Control type: Programmable
  • Programmable/Timer: Yes
  • Removable interior: Yes
  • Auto shut off
  • Imported
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By crockpot
May 1st, 2019
This is a near perfect cooker!

I admit it. I suffer from "Pressure Cooker Anxiety"! There. I said it. I have always believed the pressure cookers that my Grandma used were about to explode and level not only our house, but most of the houses on our entire block! You had to tighten all of those screw thingies to keep the lid on and when it finally heated up, it would groan and hiss like a really irritated cat! Those days are long gone. I waited over fifty years to get my first pressure cooker and I made the right choice. The Good... A very clear and easily understandable control panel. A nice large pot so I can make a lot or a little. There is even a "Manual" button so I can decide for how long and how much pressure to use. A very good recipe guide to get me started learning this wonderful device. But, NOTHING is perfect, okay? The Bad... That tiny printed manual is kinda hard to read for us older folks. Things I would change... Redesign the pressure release valve to include a steam diverter. EVERY kitchen cabinet in America will thank you. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

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By crockpot
December 10th, 2018
Pot stole my dinner!

I bought this during black Friday and used it for the first time today. I made a beef roast and potatoes and everything went just as I expected until I tried to open it. I let it natural release for 10 minutes, then quick release after that. I tried opening the pot every 10 minutes for the next 2 hours, and it won't open. The valve dropped after the first 15 minutes, I have no idea what happened, but my family had popcorn for dinner instead, and my roast is still stuck in the pot!

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Pressure cooker 8qt XL


Got this for Xmas 2018. To say I love it is an understatement! I am having issues with the metal piece adjacent to the release valve and issues with removing and setting the cover. I can't access support through the links, as they are nonclickable.

September 23rd via crockpot
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June 16th

chicken tacos and hard boiled eggs so far, awesome


No stress, love it. Love watching the time go up and down. Pressure release is easy, there's nothing hard about cooking with a pressure cooking crockpot.

June 15th via crockpot
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Just received. Happy as a clam!!!


Bought this last week. Just got up the nerve to try it out. Boy oh boy. I love this pot. Have the 8 qt. Express XL. Cooked a sirloin tip roast and is melt in your mouth tender. The instructions ar
step by step and so easy to follow. This pot is so user friendly. I had an Instant pot duo last fall. Tried a couple of recipes and failed. Was very difficult to use and the the instructions not for elderly who are not so up on all the computer jargon. Loving this crock pot multi cookerXL. The browning feature works beautifully. Looking forward to next adventure, tomorrow, with cooker and a hen. So many features Truly was worth the wait. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

June 13th via crockpot
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Love my new pot and all the food experiments I get to do [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

June 13th via crockpot
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