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HB 3-in1 Slow Cooker

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  • Quantity: 99
  • Weight: 21.00 Lbs
  • UPC: 040094331352
  • Vendor Part #: 3313533135

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 MSRP: $59.99
 Our Price: $55.99
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ManufacturerCables To Go
Manufacturer Part Number33135
Manufacturer Website Addresshttp://www.cablestogo.com
Brand NameCables To Go
Product NameFiber Optic Duplex Patch Cable
Product TypeNetwork Cable
Product UPC757120331353
Technical Information:
Cable TypeFiber Optic
Cable CharacteristicPatch Cable
Core/Cladding Diameter62.5/125 Ám
Cable Length98 ft
Connector on First End1 x MT-RJ Male
Connector on Second End1 x MT-RJ Male
Physical Characteristics:
Weight1.03 lb
Additional Information

Application: Gigabit Ethernet, FDDI, Multimedia, ATM, or any application that requires high-speed data transfer

Standard WarrantyLifetime


Submited By: jen on 04/12/2010
I have had this slow cooker for a little over a year now. I find that the different sized crocks are very handy. Especially because I use it about twice a week and often have a cooked dish in one of the other sizes.

The tapering is difficult sometimes. The crocks taper down to the same size to fit in the same base, so if you were wanting more width to cook a large bird it might be difficult. You may have to put it in vertically or cut into pieces.

The settings seem to work well. I have two Slow cooker recipe books (Art of the Slow Cooker, and Not Your Mother s Slow Cooker Cook Book) and have found that it matches the recommended settings and times perfectly.

The only time I have burned anything was due to "user error". I either set the crock size setting incorrectly or left it too long.

I might buy another one. An extra base would be great for making a main dish and a side at the same time! I wish they made a 3-1 that was wider at the base.

4 of 5 Stars!
Submited By: jk on 05/13/2010
so excited when i got it...cooks well, bowls are easy to clean and love the fact they nest into each other, easy storage. love that i can start oatmeal w/ 2 qt. @ night and have it for breakfast, then pop in the 4 qt. w/ the marinated short ribs in the morning and have it ready for dinner when we get home! a busy life is good when you have one of these. only downside is the cord is shorter than i d like.

4 of 5 Stars!
Submited By: Doctor.Generosity on 06/26/2010
I m a guy who likes to cook but I never used a slow-cooker before. I got interested because I heard the labor and cleanup was less, and I would use less oil and salt and live longer. Since there are usually only two of us for dinner, I looked first for a small capacity (2 qt) unit. But I m glad I did not do that and instead bought this product with 2,4 and 6 qt inserts. In fact, so far, I have only used the 6 qt insert! Once you toss in a chicken, and vegetables and rice, you need a large capacity. And also it s more in the spirit of labor-saving slow cooking; you will have food for days. (I do think I will use the 2qt for oatmeal or rice pudding in the winter.) Another advantage of this design, because of the three possible inserts, is that the Hamilton gives more choices on heating rates. Each of the settings High and Low can be selected by buttons for 2,4 or 6 qt fills, which means six heat levels in all. And although it s not officially approved in the manual to use the 2qt on the 6qt-High setting to speed things up on occasion, or the 6qt insert on the 2qt-Low to slow it way down, you don t have to worry that the Slow Cooker Police are going to bust into your kitchen and arrest you. They will never know.

I also bought a giant cookbook "Fix-It and Forget It" by Phyllis Good with 1400 Slow-Cooker recipes. This is full of middle-America comfort food things like hamburger rice casserole or chili cornbread. No fancy gur-may city food here. More like Iowa Sunday dinner, with jello and 3-bean salads as side dishes. Now I intend to try all these recipes, one a week, which will take just under 27 years. So let s check the longevity angle at the same time. I m 68 now; see my full report here on Amazon when I m 95. Heh heh.

5 of 5 Stars!
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