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Hamilton Beach (33249) Slow Cooker

Low & High Heat; Full Grip Handles Make Carrying Heavy Meals Easier, 3 Settings Warm

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What We Like

  • Dishwasher-safe stoneware and lid offers convenient cleaning and maintenance
  • Features full-grip handles that offers easy carrying of heavy meals
  • Equipped with clip-tight sealed lid that provides maximum spill resistance


  • Cooking pot may be small in size

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We analyzed 131,437 reviews for 139 products in the Slow Cookers category.

We then analyzed 449 reviews for this product. Of these, 1 reviews were recent.

Around 88% of reviews were positive and about 9% were negative.

Final Score:

9.60 out of 10, based on these factors:

  • Build quality
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  • Customer support
  • Design
  • Easy to maintain
  • Easy to use
  • Energy efficiency
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  • What buyers say about Hamilton Beach (33249) Slow Cooker

    I had ordered a 6 quart Crock pot but hadn't used it before and didn't think it was a good idea to order a bigger one. I ordered the 4 quart one because I didn't think it was a good idea to order a bigger one.

    It leads to more even cooking since it has a digital interface and shut off capability. We tried an expensive one, but it didn't really perform better than our one, which was less than half the price.

    I wash the appliance by hand after use, since it's cool to the touch. I think it's a good choice since these kinds of appliances can make a warm kitchen even warmer.

    Since getting this, I have been able to make more complicated dishes that I would never have tried without enough time, and it has changed my life for the better.

    I have had many larger and more expensive models, and this is the only one that has worked as well as any of them.

    Common Questions


    Is it automatic when setting a time, and switches to warm after setting a time?


    It has a warming setting of low and a high setting, but not a timer setting.


    Is the lead free?


    The product of all slow cookers and their components is not allowed to contain any measurable amounts of lead.


    Where is this cooker manufactured?


    It's the most favored nation status in the US and China, and I've used it for about six months.


    Do you know when the stranp hook is in place?


    I'm not sure I understand the question but you can clamps the top on while cooking.


    Is the Hamilton Beach version lead-free?


    If the crock glazing is pitted, the amount of lead is not harmful.

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