The Wheeled Transport for Slow Cooker is a specialized rolling case for holding and transporting slow cookers.
Inventors Jacqueline P. Bonilla and Carlos A. Bonilla of Parrish, FL have created a specialized rolling case for holding and transporting slow cookers.
Slow cookers or Crock-Pots are frequently used to make a wide variety of dishes such as stews, chilis, soups, pot roasts, and the like. While these foods are perfect for meals at home, they also find use at picnics, tail gate parties, office functions, and pot luck dinners. These occasions mean that the slow cooker must be transported. However, slow cookers can weigh up to 25 pounds in the case of large units that are filled with food. While they can be easily lifted and carried for a few feet, transport through large parking lots, or carrying them through a large building becomes very difficult for even those in the best of physical shape. Those who may be elderly, of a small physical stature, or those suffering from an injury or disability find moving heavy slow cookers impossible. Inventors Bonilla have created a means by which slow cookers can be easily moved and transported without these issues.
This clever new invention makes it easy to take a slow cooker outside of the home. An insulated cavity helps maintain heat during transport. The device has two rear rolling wheels, a retractable handle, and side lifting handles. It also has an anti-tip feature. An accessory tray holds utensils or additional recipe ingredients. The use of the Wheeled Transport for Slow Cooker provides a means of moving and transporting heavy, filled, slow cookers, in a manner that is not only quick, easy, and effective, but unique, safe, and secure as well.