Crock-Pot Express Crock 6-Quart Pressure Cooker Only $49.99 Shipped (Regularly $100)

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Today, January 30th only, head on over to Best Buy where you can score this Crock-Pot Express Crock 6-Quart Pressure Cooker in Stainless Steel for just $49.99 shipped (regularly $99.99).

This Express Crock Multi-Cooker is a pressure cooker/fast cooker, slow cooker, brown/sauté and steam your food all in one unit! It features eight fast cook settings, delay start capability. The 6-quart non-stick cooking pot is also dishwasher safe for quick and easy clean up.


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  1. Emily

    We have this model and love it!

    • Kara

      Is it a good size? We have a family of 7 and trying to decide if it’s big enough 🤷🏼‍♀️

  2. candym

    How does this slow cook? my slow cooker just died so i wanted to replace it with something else

  3. Lexie

    Just received my pot from Best Buy they shipped it in the original box. Box was damaged badly. I don’t know if the cooker will even work. I will be returning b

  4. Lauren

    I have this pressure cooker. FYI- It does not have the same settings/functions as the Instant Pot, which can make following a recipe difficult. It does have a slow cooker function, but I have not used it for that. It was much cheaper than the IP and I was also buying an air fryer at the time, so I went with the CrockPot brand. I still use it and like it, but I have been frustrated several times with the lack of flexibility with cook time. I am considering selling it and getting an IP around Black Friday this year.

    • Kandy

      I just using my manual time in general I find it too cook better. But I haven’t used it a lot so I am not very good at it

    • cheryl

      If you use the steam function you can adjust the time down as low or high as you need, and you can also adjust the pressure. I have used lots of instant pot recipes with mine and have been able to get the same settings this way.

  5. B

    The pressure cooker I just got doesn’t have a way to adjust temperature or pressure. Can I still make most things? Is “cake” the same as “dessert” button? Is “sear/saute” the same as “brown/saute”?

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