All-Clad SD700450 Programmable Oval-Shaped Slow Cooker with Black Ceramic Insert and Glass Lid
All-Clad SD700450 Programmable Oval-Shaped Slow Cooker with Black Ceramic Insert and Glass Lid, 6.5-Quart, Silver
- 299 REVIEWS SLOW COOKER
- 85 REVIEWS CROCK POT
- 32 REVIEWS STAINLESS STEEL
- 58 REVIEWS EASY TO CLEAN
- 32 REVIEWS STOPPED WORKING
- 77 REVIEWS EASY TO USE
- 22 REVIEWS MADE IN CHINA
- 25 REVIEWS POTS AND PANS
- 8 REVIEWS HAMILTON BEACH
- 15 REVIEWS GLASS LID
- 20 REVIEWS LID DOES NOT FIT
- 19 REVIEWS WILLIAMS SONOMA
- 11 REVIEWS WASTE YOUR MONEY
- 178 REVIEWS CLAD SLOW
- 66 REVIEWS INSERT CRACKED
- 10 REVIEWS STAND BEHIND
- 18 REVIEWS HIGHLY RECOMMEND
- 40 REVIEWS HOURS ON LOW
- 9 REVIEWS HEATING ELEMENT
- 17 REVIEWS ANOTHER BRAND
Top Positive Review
This insurance is kind of a gimmick, kind of not, depending on context. What I mean is that it starts the moment I purchase the product but only covers damage from power surges for my countertop convection oven until the manufacture’s warranty ends. Once the manufacture’s warranty ends then it covers electrical/mechanical malfunctions like a reasonable warranty policy. For most people this is cash grab especially if you have a two or three year manufacture’s warranty. Fortunately, (glass half-full/half empty paradigm) the product I purchased only has a 60 day warranty. That means, if needed, this extended warranty policy is a major win for me. Now whether I will need this and whether Asurion honours this policy in good faith is yet to be determined.
Top Critical Review
There is no way to link the purchase of this “protection plan” to the purchase it was intended to protect.
And when you ask how to link it to a specific purchase, you get a non-answer (see asked questions).
The plan provider loves this situation because there is a very good chance they will never have to pay out on it because many people will not use it, since it cannot be linked to a specific purchase.
Don’t waste your money.
Customer Questions & Answers
Just found out that the LOW temp. is 215 degrees, and you can not set it for less than four (4) hours. Does not 215* really overcook a lot of foods?
I had a roast in this for several hours and stuck a thermometer into the roast and it read 180 degrees. There was no burning whatsoever and the roast came out amazing. It does take a very long time, though, at least 8 hours. I tried to take the roast out earlier and it was too tough, but putting it back in for the 8??
I purchased the 4qt al clad crock pot, it has two vent wholes on the top of the lid, is this normal? I have never had a crockpot with wholes on the li
Answer: My lid also has two vents holes. Previous crock pots that I have owned also had 1-2 vent holes. I think this is a common part of the design.
Lid does not sit evenly on top of the ceramic pot, which allows the heat and moisture to escape. Is this by design or it is defective?
Answer: I just talked to All-Clad customer support and they stated that the lid is designed this way to relieve some moisture/heat since there are no “holes” in the lid to do that like other crock pots typically have.
Concerning the insert: Many reviews of other products like this (searing capable) complained about the nonstick surface coming loose. Any problems?
Answer: It scratches easy but it doesn’t come loose just from use.
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