Russell Hobbs who has been innovating impressive lifestyle products has seen its half-century anniversary of K2 kettle and the tenth anniversary of Montana kettle in the recent past of 2010. The brand existing over six decades know really what its customers want and what they expect out of their product. They are the specialized small appliance business in Great Britain and it has spread across all the continents making the name familiar than ever. Slow cookers does come into the cooking and baking category and the new innovative additions have brought in Russell Hobbs 18224 6.5 Litre capacity Slow Cooker which is been reviewed.
Understanding the healthy reasons of added to using of slow cooker, there are quite a many models entering the market each day and so is Russell Hobbs 18224 Oval 6.5L Slow Cooker too. This all new slow cooker has a few physical characteristics that is been discussed as follows.
- Shape – It takes the oval shape making is flexible to accommodate larger pieces yet give an extra room to cook even the small pieces.
- Housing – The stainless steel housing is a perfect match to the black combination which makes it look professional and hence builds confidence in chefs and households to cook in a professional manner.
- Lid – The perfect fitting lid is made of toughened glass and it does hold the steam without letting it to escape and is also highly heat resistant one.
- Handles – The handles are made of high grade plastic material which with gives a cool grip. The handles are wider and easy to use.
- Dimension – With the compact foot print and light in weight this model can be easily shifted places even just after the completion of the programme.
The volume or the capacity that this 18224 Digital Slow Cooker is designed for is 6.5litres and of this the usable volume could be slightly low yet this is on the higher side compared to other compact model. It can easily be applied for cooking for large families. No hassles to host parties or invite guests with this lavish capacity slow cooker. Even otherwise when less quantity needs to be cooked it has the advantage of better room that makes tendering quicker and thereby saves on energy.
Controls and Power:
The control panel in a groovy style adds up the looks of the appliance. It has a small display that suggests the temperature setting and the timing. It operates in the digital platform with 2 buttons to set the heat. The on/off control present on the right side and the temperature selection on the left of the display. It offers 3 types of heat settings the high, low and warm. Based on the quantity and the speed required for the cooking the heat selection can be determined. It goes into the warm function in order to maintain the same cooking status.
This model consists of a crock pot that can be removable, this not only makes maintenance simple but the stylish structure can also be used as a casserole. The parts of pot and the lid are dishwasher safe. The functioning of the slow cooker can be recognised with the help of the indicator light that illuminates when the appliance is put to function. It has non-slip feet that steadily hold the appliance in a single place without any accidental fall. The handles are made of high grade plastic material that makes it a cool touch feature. The body of the appliance has a cool touch factor as the heating element stays detached from the housing. The tempered glass lid serves as the viewing window and definitely the fun is also associated to see the cooking process.
Russell Hobbs 18224 Stainless Steel Slow Cooker is in its best kind to give lengthy cooking procedures and helping to keep up the maximum available nutrients in the food.
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Russell Hobbs 18224 Slow Cooker – Technical Specification Table
|Model Name||18224 Digital 6.5L Slow Cooker|
|Number of Heat Settings||3 (Low / High / Warm)|
|Lid||Tempered glass lid|
|Dishwasher safe||Pot and lid|
|Power indicator light||Yes|
|Accessories||Glass lid with knob, cooking pot|
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Tuesday, October 25th, 2011