This discounted Crock-Pot lets you cook dinner with your iPhone or Android

Smartphone Connected Slow Cooker

We’re big fans of slow cookers and multi-cookers here at BGR, mostly because they’re friggin awesome. They take so much of the hassle out of cooking, and food tastes better because the flavor is locked in. These wonderful kitchen gadgets come in all shapes and sizes, but cookers in the same price range tend to be pretty similar. If you’re looking for something special though, we’ve got just the thing. The Crock-Pot Wemo Smart Wifi-Enabled Slow Cooker lets you use the WeMo app on your iPhone or Android phone to monitor and even control your slow cooker from anywhere in your home, or anywhere in the world. Did you run out to grab wine and you’re wondering how dinner is doing? Easy. Want to turn up the heat a little while you’re in the backyard relaxing? It couldn’t be easier. It’s an awesome product, and it’s on sale right now on Amazon at a deep discount.

Check out some more details from the product page:

  • Adjust cook time & temperature using the WeMo Application
  • Can be controlled via the WeMo Application or directly on the unit
  • Connected product solution delivers enhanced control, convenience and a peace of mind
  • 3 Heat settings. It has an oval shape that fits roasts and large cuts of meat and the glass lid helps trap in heat and moisture
  • Removable oval stoneware
  • Adjust cooking time, temperature, shift to warm or turn off using the Free WeMo App from your smart device
  • Free WeMo App available for Apple(iOS 7 and higher) and Android(4.0 and higher) device
  • Connect from anywhere with 3G / 4G / Wi-Fi
  • 6-quart capacity, cool-touch handles and built-in cord storage
  • Dishwasher-safe stoneware and glass lid

Crock-Pot Wemo Smart Wifi-Enabled Slow Cooker, 6-Quart, Stainless Steel: $85.00

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