From the introduction of the world's first automatic kettle in 1955, Russell Hobbs, have led the way in terms of style, quality and innovation. The first microchip kettle, the introduction of the revolutionary OPTEC DISC flat element to kettles and the TOASTEC System in Toasters, are some of the major technological advancements, which have made Russell Hobbs the brand it is today.
Russell Hobbs are continuing to drive the market forward, by offering new features and stunning new designs to kitchen appliances. The 10951 Slow cooker continues elegance and functionality to the Russell Hobbs range.
First off. I haven't tried cooking puddings in one of these, but for two different types of casseroles when entertaining a number of people it is great. Read morePublished on 5 Sept. 2012 by Mrs. EM Suckley
Thought this might turn out to be one of those fad things you buy, use a couple of times then hide in a cupboard for the next 10 years. Read morePublished on 11 May 2012 by sailorbouy
After hours of studying different slow cookers I decided to go for this, mainly because of the dual pot.
I have no regrets and find it an excellent choice. Read more
couldn't wait to get my slow cooker after being fed up with not eating until nearly 8pm each night, by this time after work and picking up kids, i'd lost the enthusiasm to cook. Read morePublished on 21 Sept. 2009 by sammyjane
disappointed that the separator in the split pan is unmovable it would be good to have the choice of one or two compartments otherwise a good productPublished on 27 Feb. 2009 by Mr. Albert Forbes- Devaney
I purchased this slow cooker about two years ago, and it's been used perhaps 10 or 12 times, if that. Read morePublished on 3 Oct. 2008 by Deb
Used this slo cooker alot, but 3 years on the digital board has completely failed, I think the two sides option is fab, disappointed with durability, not sure whther to buy another... Read morePublished on 2 Feb. 2008 by Sue