September 27, 2016

Home-AutomationWireless technology has worked its way into all areas of the home, including the kitchen. Small appliances are some of the most recent benefactors of wireless technology, and one of the latest is the Crock-Pot® 6 Quart Smart Slow Cooker.

Busy schedules drive consumers to find ways to save time; slow cookers can help them get a hot, home-cooked meal on the table with minimal effort. For some recipes, however, temperatures need to be adjusted midway through the cooking process, and on occasion, traffic, a long-running meeting or last-minute errand can delay home arrival, allowing for food to possibly overcook. Utilizing the WeMo® platform, Crock-Pot® has made it possible for users to make adjustments to temperature or cooking mode through their smartphone and home WiFi network.

Not only can users control temperature and cooking mode, other features of the Smart Slow Cooker include cool-touch handles, lift-out dishwasher-safe stoneware with a tight-fitting glass lid and integrated cord storage.

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