Lakeland Digital slow cooker 61767 review
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The Lakeland 61767 Digital slow cooker costs more than some, but has a roomy 6.5-litre capacity and is packed with useful features. The large inner bowl can be used on the hob and in the oven, and its digital timer counts down the minutes until your meal is ready. But these extras will mean nothing if it doesn't cook brilliantly, so read our full review to make sure this slow cooker gets the basics right, too.
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