Frigidaire Pro 7 Qt. Stainless Steel Programmable Slow Cooker FPCP07D7MS

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Description: Frigidaire Pro 7 Qt. Stainless Steel Programmable Slow Cooker (Fpcp07d7ms). 7 quart Stainless steel 280 watts Programmable Pro Select LED display is large and easy to read Pro Select one touch options 6 preset options: high, medium, low, keep warm, soup and buffet Features: auto keep warm and 12 hour programmable Ceramic vessel and glass lid are dishwasher safe Spacewise design Large capacity for cooking flexibility Fully programmable

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    Product Title:Frigidaire Pro 7 Qt. Stainless Steel Programmable Slow Cooker
    Manufacturer:Frigidaire
    Lowest Price:$73.68from Amazon.com

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Frigidaire Pro 7 Qt. Stainless Steel Programmable Slow Cooker (Fpcp07d7ms). 7 quart Stainless steel 280 watts Programmable Pro Select LED display is large and easy to read Pro Select one touch options 6 preset options: high, medium, low, keep warm, soup and buffet Features: auto keep warm and 12 hour programmable Ceramic vessel and glass lid are dishwasher safe Spacewise design Large capacity for cooking flexibility Fully programmable
3 Reviews for Frigidaire FPCP07D7MS Slow Cooker 7-Quart
by Dianna L. Burrup "Acoustic Di"
18/01/2012
Good, but...
1/18/12 - I am making my first pot of beans today. I noticed right off that the lid does not fit tight and you can see through into the crock pot from the front. I tried it both directions. I think the pot itself maybe faulty as the lid looks fine. Wondering if this is why my beans are not done after cooking for 10 hours mostly on medium today. About 4 of those hours were on high. I pre soaked for 12 hours and I've read to do it for 24, until they are sprouted. It is a beautiful crock tho... and love the handles.

1/20/12 - 2 days later: I cooked those beans for 27 hours and still they were not done... I called Frigidare at 888-845-7330 and they were great. She thought the lid was the problem so they are sending a new crock and lid. I'll update on my next crock pot project.

2/7/12 - Finally got the new crock and lid today - It's been 18 days since I called, but the lids fits great. It was definitely the crock, as the old lid fit the new one also. More to...
by M. Fried "Unrepentant Consumer"
07/02/2012
Imagine 'big', then double it...
OUT OF BOX EXPERIENCE
The device was well packaged by the manufacturer to protect against damage, but the unpacking process was a bit convoluted and involved more styrofoam and plastic bags than I'd have liked. Kudos for keeping the ceramic and glass safe, but I've seen much more delicate items packaged with less bulk and requiring less effort to unpack (Apple excels at this).

CRAFTSMANSHIP, FIT & FINISH and MATERIALS
The slow cooker is surprisingly light given its overall size. Not so light as to feel cheap or 'disposable', but light enough that most anybody could stow or lift it to counter height without issue. Materials are well chosen, with real metal, glass, ceramic, and plastics that aren't overly cheap feeling. In my experience, slow cookers have typically been extremely simple devices that keep working until you give them away, lose them in a divorce, or decide that the '70's vegetable theme print on the outside is too hideous to endure any longer. Given...
by Scott
14/02/2012
Comparison with the Hamilton Beach Set 'n Forget 6-Quart cooker
I've been cooking with a slow cooker for a couple years now, and the features I value most are a programmable slow cooker so I can control my cooking time, and a large capacity so I can make a lot of food for the rest of the week, as well as something that's big enough to fit a large roast in. The slow cooker that I've been using for the last two years is the Hamilton Beach 33967 Set 'n Forget 6-Quart Programmable Slow Cooker, which I really love. Since that seems to be the current top seller on Amazon, I'll use this review to compare the two.

Frigidaire Professional 7-Quart Programmable Slow Cooker vs Hamilton Beach 33967 Set 'n Forget 6-Quart Programmable Slow Cooker

DESIGN and FORM FACTOR
Both slow cookers look great and are nice additions to my kitchen. The Frigidaire looks a little more upscale...
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