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Russell Hobbs 10951 Dual Pot Slow Cooker

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  • Russell Hobbs 10951 dual pot slow cooker
  • New stunning design
  • 6litres capacity
  • Digital timer and controls
  • Stainless steel body wrap
  • Easy carry handles
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand Russell Hobbs
Model NumberRUS10951
Item Weight7 Kg
Product Dimensions45.8 x 36.4 x 28.2 cm
Power / Wattage240 watts
MaterialStainless Steel
  
Additional Information
ASINB0000E5SPN
Best Sellers Rank 678,070 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7 Kg
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Date First Available1 Jan. 2003
  
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Product Description

Product Description

  • 240 watts
  • 6 Litre capacity - 2L/4L split
  • Digital controls and timer providing high low auto & off settings
  • Will cook 2 dishes simultaneously i.e. main course and dessert
  • Removable oven proof cooking pot
  • Stainless steel wrap
  • Easy carry handles

Manufacturer's Description

The Russell Hobbs brand was founded in 1952 by Bill Russell and Peter Hobbs and has become the premier brand name in the kitchen.

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.



Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

3.7 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

291 of 292 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 28 Feb. 2005
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I previously had a prima slow cooker which I loved, but it was out of stock when I needed a replacement in time for the xmas cookathon.
This model is very easy to use gives great results and having 2 sections means i can do dinner + desert or a veggie and meat option. I like to cook properly just a couple of times a week and this allows me to do this with a couple of diff recipes. ( yep I know I'd win any bad mother award going lol!) I then shove the left overs in the fridge for another day.
It doesn't take up any more room than my old single pot one did and is easy to wash up (2 things that concerned me before purchase). I work full time and am a mum so don't have time to be faffing about. this is great as you can set the timer for 12 hours if need be and the food will not have shrivelled up and spoilt when you are ready to eat. The heat settings are easy to use, it's easy to clean. the only thing I will say is that the outside can get warn (not hot enought to burn though which is good!) and it is quite heavy so please set it well back on your worktop out of reach of the kids. It's capable of far more than just the usual soups and stews - cakes and roasts all come up a treat if you invest in a decent recipe book for ideas.
It looks great - although it's an old fashioned way to cook you don't want it to look like a 50's reject. It looks sleek and modern.
cheaper cuts of meat fall off the bone, just as they should with this method of cooking and it doesn't need topping up with water like some models (important if you are going to leave it on all day while you are at work!)
I borrowed a few models during the period I was without a slow cooker and this really is up there with the best in terms of performance. I'm very happy with it.
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126 of 127 people found the following review helpful By "frostton2" on 11 July 2005
I wasn't really sure what I was letting myself into, (as my main meals consists of quick & easy microwave meals).
The first thing that impressed me was the immense size of both cooker & the dual crock pot. Secdondly, was the simplicity of use. A decent feature is the keep warm function, this basically keeps the pot warm for a few hours more (just in case you get home latter than planned). I also liked the tough see through glass lid, you can see all that goes on!
Just a few quick tips; add an extra hour to your cooking time, as the pot takes quite a while heat up properly. Also, the manual recommends that you should split one meal between both compartments, which is a bit of hassle. I've been able to cook in one compartment, while the other one is empty. This doesn't affect the cooking as the heat seems to be even all over.
Finally, food does taste better. It seals in all the nutrients & taste. Meat, such as beef becomes as tender as chicken. There are a few recipes (easy ones) within the cookers manual to get you going. A 5***** product.
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77 of 80 people found the following review helpful By puzzled on 10 Aug. 2006
Having had,until very recently, a Prestige Crockpot which was one of the first slow cookers on the market (I bought mine in 1976) I thought it would be a good idea to cook two dishes at the same time, so bought one of these. However, there are many disappointments with the design. The condensed steam from each dish runs into the other pot so you can't do a savoury and a pud or a meat dish and a vegetarian dish at the same time (the very reason I bought it). A simple ridge on the inside of the lid would have solved this problem! Serving is difficult - you cannot tip the bowl to spoon out liquids without spilling what is in the other pot. The pot is cumbersome to handle, store and especially to wash - its not even dishwasher-proof. As with a lot of modern gadgets - a good idea but very poorly executed. A great disapppoinment and waste of money.
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By M. Sims on 8 Oct. 2006
There is generally not much to say asbout slow cookers, but this one is a little different in that it has 2 different sized pots (one peice two sections).

You can put a small amount of food in the smaller sized pot, a larger amount in the larger pot, or for really large quantities fill both pots.

Best of all you can cook 2 different dishes simultaneously.

The standard features of timer and medium/slow heat settings work fine and the whole thing is easy to use and keep clean.

I often make up the dish at lunch time (though morning would be ok) and then come home to find the food ready to eat in the evening.

I love it!

Unfortunately it fauled after around 15 months
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68 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Debs Macaulay on 9 Nov. 2005
Bought this after reviewing Amazon models of slow cooker and customer reviews. I have never used one before. I can highly recommend it, easy to use, great results, timer a must. Used it on holiday nearly every day: put it on before leaving for the beach all day...returned at 5pm and dinner ready! Wow! Would also recommend a decent recipe book to go with it.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By pepemia VINE VOICE on 22 Jan. 2008
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I bought this because of the split pot design- which is pretty unique. I was initally daunted by other reviews saying juices leaked from one side to the other .Especailly as Im a vegetarian and I was wanting to cook meat dishes for my family in one side and vegetarain dishes in the other.However I have now had this for a year and a half and have NO problem with the juices going from one section to the other. I admit I have never cooked desserts in it so cant say how well desert cooks but I have never experienced any meat juices transfering- thank goodness !
In most other ways this is a great device and the first slow cooker I have owened. It can cook either the standard high or low settings and has a timer to cook for up to fourteen hours and also a warm setting.
Food tastes fantastic and the meat eaters in my family marvel how well I can cook roast chicken and lamb - with it aparentily being very tender and falling of the bone. It is a highily versatile way of cooking and you soon get the hanging of just throwing in bits and bobs of tin tomateos, gravy and meat blobs and getting a tasty meal appearing in a few hours .I would like to take full credit for being a meat cooking connesieur but between you and me full credit goes to the slow cooker ! Cooking wise its full proof and unlike my normal cooking attempts evey dish has been great- the only think to watch out for is that you dont need as much liquids with a slow cooker- just a minor thing. Its good for putting in dinners in the morning to cook ( chucking in whatever is available ) and coming home to a lovely meal at night.
My only problem with this is that one it is VERY heavy and if you are elderly, disabled or have weak wrists its pretty heavy to lift the pot out for cleaning.
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