Morphy Richards 48715 review
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Morphy Richards claims that its 48715 oval slow cooker is easy to use, letting you go about your busy daily routine so you can enjoy freshly cooked meals without being tied to the kitchen. Our tests find out whether this 6.5-litre model makes good food.
- Pros and cons
- Effective high setting
- No keep-warm setting
- Good instructions
- Large-capacity cooking
- Keeping the outside clean is harder
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