REVIEW – Crock-Pot® Lunch Crock®

Alright, I thought it was about time for a product review and today I want to review this miniature Crock Pot. You can see that most of the logo’s been worn off…that’s because I’ve used it so much over the last year, year-and-a-half or so. See there’s a handle…you can carry this to and from work if you wanted to the entire assembly. Now you don’t really need to ’cause you can just transport the insert. I’ll show you that in a second. The electrical cord is wound around the bottom and then the plug just nestles in there in the bottom. There’s an indicator light to show that it’s on. Uh, really simple function…you plug it in, its on. You unplug it, it’s off. And this particular Crock Pot is not a food COOKER, It’s not a slow cooker. It’s a food WARMER. And you’ll see there’s a little insert in here. Take the lid off and I use this basically just for bringing the insert an then apple or a fork or whatever else I need. You stick this insert inside…there’s a rubber lid here and then you lock it down with this prior to plugging it in. And I’ll show you…just bring your leftovers from the night before, some chicken and noodles that my wife made for dinner last night. Stick the rubber lid on that aluminum [Stainless Steel] insert. Stick this on the top. Lock that into place, which is hard to do one-handed. There we go. Alright. And you plug it at your desk. The light will come on…give yourself about an hour and you have a hot, home-cooked meal reheated right at your desk. No need to go to the break room, wait for the microwave…and it doesn’t dry your food out. Keeps everything nice and moist– especially important with something like chicken. I love this product. I use it two to three times a week as a minimum. Sometimes as many as five days–every day–at work. And just make a little bit extra dinner the night before and then you have lunch the next day. Saves money, saves time. Plug it in my desk, and as soon as I’m ready to eat, I’m ready to go. So this is my endorsement and my review of what I call a “Mini Crock Pot”. I’ll leave a link in the description below if you wanted to pick one up for yourself. I recommend getting a couple of extra inserts–the aluminum [Stainless Steel] piece in the middle here. Get a couple of these so you can have one of the dishwasher and one with your food in it for the next day. And I’ll put a link in the description as I said. And if you liked this product review or have any suggestions like getting a tripod so that they can use two hands to screw lids back on, let me know in the comments below, and subscribe to this channel! Thanks!

5 comments on “REVIEW – Crock-Pot® Lunch Crock®”

  1. Michel Jean says:

    The insert is stainless steel not aluminium.

  2. Dustin Roberts says:
    this is a better looking, prime eligible version. this is pretty awesome.

  3. imasurvivornthriver says:

    Very helpful review. Thanks for sharing.

  4. mae456rn says:

    How Low Will It Stay Warm After You unplug it?

  5. Steven Elliott says:

    Customer service will tell you NOT to cook with the inner lid on. It's for transporting the food. It will worp the lid.

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