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6-Quart Presto Nomad Traveling Slow Cooker (Red)

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Amazon.com has 6-Quart Presto Nomad Traveling Slow Cooker (Red, 06011) on sale for $39.98. Shipping is free. Thanks TattyBear

Note: Temporarily out of stock, but you may still order.

Alternatively, Sam's Club has for their Members: 6-Quart Presto Nomad Traveling Slow Cooker (Red, 06011) on sale for $39.98. Select free in-store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free w/ Plus Membership.

Note, availability for in-store pickup may vary by location; those without a membership may purchase w/ 10% surcharge.
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  • Dimensions: 7.4" x 12.5" x 15.9"
  • Our research indicates that 6-Quart Presto Nomad Traveling Slow Cooker is $10.53 lower (20.8% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $50.51 at the time of this posting.
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I have this. It's pretty cool to have. Got it for free mt with credit card rewards. I don't think it's worth $30+ though. It's cheaply built.
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Would the lid be compatible as a deadfall trap, so when the rabbit jumps inside, it closes and it just starts cooking? IKIDIKID
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I have this. It's pretty cool to have. Got it for free mt with credit card rewards. I don't think it's worth $30+ though. It's cheaply built.
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I think "cheaply built" could be debated. It's made purely for portability. I have the 8 qt. It's very light, never fails, leaks. It makes lugging crock pot stoneware on holidays as a kid a distant memory. If you want something more solid and equally portable, crock pot makes a version with lid clamps. Good deal, as I paid at least $60-$80
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Was hoping it had 12v so I could cook while traveling....
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Would the lid be compatible as a deadfall trap, so when the rabbit jumps inside, it closes and it just starts cooking? IKIDIKID
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I have one of these as well, and it works great. Low center of gravity so it won't tip over easily. Quite the conversation piece at our last workplace potluck. I found the build quality to be quite good.

Of course, this only has a 110v plug, no 12v option (an inexpensive inverter would fix that, and could be used for a lot of other applications).
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I'm gonna guess they meant "fully immersible," because "immiscible" means it can't be mixed or blended (e.g. oil & water can't blend) which makes no sense.
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I have one of these as well, and it works great. Low center of gravity so it won't tip over easily. Quite the conversation piece at our last workplace potluck. I found the build quality to be quite good.

Of course, this only has a 110v plug, no 12v option (an inexpensive inverter would fix that, and could be used for a lot of other applications).
If you get the inverter for use in a vehicle, make sure it supplies at least 250 watts (which likely means it needs to be one that directly wires into the vehicle's electric supply as most cigarette lighters can't safely supply that much power). You can use a lower-powered inverter, but will need to use only "warm" or "low" for it not to draw too much power.

This is based upon an answer given by the seller which said:

<b>The 06011 Presto® Nomad™ traveling slow cooker operates at the following: warm = 40 watts, low = 160 watts, high = 200 watts.</b>

I suggested the inverter be at least 250 watts to handle power surges and have some overhead for safety.

EDIT: I slightly misspoke. You CAN use an inverter of much higher wattage than the cigarette lighter jack will handle, as long as the power being drawn doesn't exceed what the lighter jack can safely deliver (e.g. you can use a inverter capable of putting out 1,000 watts if you want to - just so long as the power being drawn doesn't exceed what the wires giving the 12V to the inverter can safely handle).
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Would the lid be compatible as a deadfall trap, so when the rabbit jumps inside, it closes and it just starts cooking? IKIDIKID
This worked quite well for squirrels and several kittens.
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I have one and I use it to rest my smoked pork loin in and take to parties....with a carving knife and fork wrapped in dish towel bunggied on top...everyone is happy to see me come...and leave .........leftovers.
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damn i thought this was battered powered or 12v
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damn i thought this was battered powered or 12v
Amazing what people think can happen with a battery ... a watt is a watt and food doesn't cook faster if a battery is powering the heat source ... LOL

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[QUOTE=ThinksTooMuch;131041495]If you get the inverter for use in a vehicle, make sure it supplies at least 250 watts (which likely means it needs to be one that directly wires into the vehicle's electric supply as most cigarette lighters can't safely supply that much power). You can use a lower-powered inverter, but will need to use only "warm" or "low" for it not to draw too much power.

Any 300 watt inverter uses the lighter plug. Shouldn't be any problem to run it off that.
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