High-tech, slow cooking: the smartphone connected Crock-Pot Smart Slow Cooker

Have you ever used a Crock-Pot? Maybe you have avoided the handy slow cooker because you didn’t want to leave an appliance plugged in and on while away from the house. Another concern for some people, like those that cannot actually cook (as in the type that could burn water), is the risk of completely mistiming things and coming home to a burnt brick of a meal instead of something tasty to eat.

Well thanks to WeMo automation technology from Belkin, you can have a connected slow cooker. The Crock-Pot 6-quart Smart Slow Cooker with WeMo hit the market about the same time as Mr. Coffee’s 10-Cup connected coffee brewer.

Connected with the WeMo app for Android or iOS, you can control the start time, temperature, and turn off your Crock-Pot remotely, ensuring you do not overcook dinner. After a long day of work, the added benefit of coming home to a ready meal is not so bad either.

The Crock-Pot 6-quart Smart Slow Cooker with WeMo is on sale now for $130.

source: Crock-Pot


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