Slow cooker buying guide

Slow cooker buying guide

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WHAT TO LOOK FOR WHEN BUYING SLOW COOKERS

The slow cooker makes life easy by letting you prepare your dinner in the morning and come home hours later to the tenderest, tastiest meal, ready to eat. Kitchen Warehouse has a range of slow cookers available for you to purchase online or in a store near you. Use this simple guide to choose the slow cooker that is right for your family.

AUTOMATIC SLOW COOKERS

Completely automatic, these slow cookers let you programme in the time and temperature, and then takes over. When the food is cooked, the automatic slow cooker immediately switches to a Keep Warm setting for four hours to keep your meal ready when you are.

What you will find in an automatic slow cooker:
  • Low, Medium, High programmable setting
  • 24 hour programmability
  • LCD Display
  • Dishwasher safe bowl
  • Automatic keep warm setting when cooking time ends
MANUAL SLOW COOKER
What you will find in a manual slow cooker:
  • Low, Medium, High programmable by dial
  • Manual switch to keep warm
  • Dishwasher safe bowl
DUAL PURPOSE

For extra convenience the slow cooker is also available as a dual purpose cooker or as a multi-cooker.

What you will find in a dual purpose slow/fast cooker:
  • Low, Medium, High programmable setting
  • 24 hour programmability
  • LCD Display
  • Dishwasher safe bowl
  • Automatic keep warm setting when cooking time ends
WHICH BOWL SIZE?
  • 4 L: Serves 8
  • 5.7L: Serves 11 - 12
  • 6L: Serves 12 - 14

Ceramic bowls: Non absorbent, dishwasher safe

Glass lid: lets you monitor food

EXTRA FEATURES AVAILABLE
  • Cooking rack: Allows cooking in smaller bakeware
  • Recipe books: Recipes specifically written for the slow cooker
  • Dual sided hinged lid: Extra convenience for food preparation
  • Temperature IQ: Monitors heat and prevents overcooking.

Go online or visit one of our Kitchen Warehouse stores to find the slow cooker that has all the features you find most appealing. Slow cooker recipes can be found on our Kitchen Warehouse blog, along with other kitchen tips and trends that are currently in style.

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RECOMMENDED RETAIL PRICE

RRP

The RRP (Recommended Retail Price) of a product is the price at which the manufacturer or wholesaler recommends that the retailer sells the product and is not necessarily the price at which it has been offered for sale in the market.