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Baby Bullet BSR-0801M Turbo Food Steamer

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  • Large capacity lid allows for a variety of uses
  • Base has 5 easy settings and a built-in indicator that lets you know when food is done
  • Includes cooking tray, defrosting trays, egg cooking tray and sterlizing tray
  • Use included measuring cup to measure the perfect amount of fresh ingredients for your baby food
  • Easy cleanup
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Product Description

Introducing the Baby Bullet Turbo Steamer. Now, you can steam fresh foods in half the time of traditional steaming. Or, turn your Turbo Steamer into a Turbo Sterilizer in just seconds-simply insert the sterilizing tray and you can sanitize pacifiers, teething toys, bottle accessories and more. Plus, you can even defrost your frozen Baby Bullet Servings so they are ready to serve in just minutes. Making and serving all-natural baby food has never been easier

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 6.1 x 6.5 inches ; 2.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B006SODTTQ
  • Item model number: BSR-0801M
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (70 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,671 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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119 of 121 people found the following review helpful By HP Jeanann Sadler on April 6, 2012
I must say that im in love with the whole system but if you have lost your instructions for the steamer they are very hard to acquire without having to call up baby bullet to get new ones! So here it goes I figured I would put it down in the review so this way everyone has them!

Also people don't ever emerge the machine in water it will not work after you do that! To clean it you simply take a cleaning wipe from either Babyganics or Lysol what ever you prefer but don't do it!

One glitch with the steamer is that you must make multiple batches if you are making larger ones for storage! It would be nice if the darn thing was bigger but it's not so if you are gonna make big batches you probably want to do it in a large pot with a strainer insert so the fruit or vegetables don't touch the bottom of the pot!

Also if you need to get any new parts for it just remember that they charge you a per shipping charge so for example if you need a new cooking tray and a lid ok it's fully covered under warrenty but they charge you 3.99 per item to be sent out so if you need new parts over two or three your best bet is to get a new machiene all together it's cheaper that way!

As for those instructions!
Can be found on Pages 5 & 6 of the booklet!
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 10, 2012
I got the baby bullet for Christmas and later found the turbo steamer for $29.99 at a big chain store. I am a first time mom who works full time and I find this steamer very convenient. Sometimes I will steam and blend food for my baby in the morning before I go to work. It has a booklet that tells you how much water and what setting to put it on for all kinds of fruits and vegetables. When it's done it automatically shuts off so I don't have to hover in the kitchen while I am steaming stuff. I also really like the defrosting feature, so I can thaw out food quickly and easily. Word to the wise though, be careful of getting water in the bottom because it will short the unit out. Also, I wouldn't put the pieces in the dishwasher because BPA-free plastic tends to be a little less stable than other types of plastic.
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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful By T. Rose on May 31, 2012
I finally gave in and bought a steamer to defrost baby food. I wanted to stay away from both plastic products and the microwave, so I had been using a stove top double boiler/steamer to defrost pureed baby food (Fagor Stainless-Steel 2-Quart Double Boiler with Steamer Insert). I still steam food for my 3-year old this way. However, with my 9-month old baby now well into solid food, that stove top steamer was not big enough to defrost multiple foods at once to feed both kids. I needed something more.

I'd been researching Amazon for a regular "adult" food steamer so that I can use it for steaming all kinds of food, not just baby food. Most of these "baby" products come with a premium and do less, so this Baby Bullet steamer was not on my radar as a potential purchase.

However, at Toys R Us, after a sale and coupon, I got this Baby Bullet steamer for $24 on an impulse buy. I've been using it for about a month, and I now regret the purchase.

PROS:
1. Steams eggs perfectly
2. Saves counter space
3. Walk away from it worry-free (automatic shut-off)
4. BPA-free

CONS:
1. Plastic cover warps after a few uses
2. Steel plate does not detach and cannot be washed (can be wiped only)
3. Not recommended for dishwashers
4. Tiny (may be a PRO for you)
5. Poor construction and feels flimsy

The Pros are nice, but they are not unique to this product...I believe there are better options. The biggest con for me was the size. I should have gotten a bigger steamer so I can use it for steaming other foods as well as baby food.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Karasu on June 23, 2014
I never intended to purchase a steamer - planning to do all my steaming on the stovetop so as not to waste money on something I could do myself - but was given this product as a gift a few weeks ago, and just started using it this week. I wish I'd have started as soon as I got it; it's been so helpful. I am genuinely pleased, and somewhat excited about this product.

Understand, this is not built for storage batches; this is ideally used on the fly when you need something for this feeding, and maybe the next, but when you have a hungry baby, and you realize you haven't prepped what you wanted to give them next, you can have it ready in 10-15 minutes, overall. It takes me nearly that long to bring my water to a boil, let alone cooking time. It's good for an apple, or a few carrots or apricots, and even a medium sized sweet potato (although the latter three are far better baked, I've found; it's a good backup). I had a plum and apricot cut, steamed, pureed and mixed into her (homemade) yogurt earlier within ten minutes, and she loved it. As a bonus, I've made myself hardboiled eggs on the fly when I needed something to eat, and to be out the door in 15 minutes; it was wonderful.

If you only plan to make larger batches, then this is not for you, you'll run far too many small cycles back to back (with cleaning between, so you don't get the base gunked up) to be useful, and will only frustrate yourself, but if you make your babyfood the day or time you need it, then this is perfect, or if you put up batches to freeze via another method, and do smaller batches between, this is also a good shot. I suggest cleaning it immediately after use, however (to save yourself trouble and frustration), and at least rinsing between batches while you're using it.
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