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Chef's Choice 810 Gourmet Egg Cooker

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  • Prepare up to 7 eggs, exactly the way you like them
  • Eggs in the same batch can be combined to cook soft, medium or hard boiled
  • Convenient egg tray can be lifted with one hand for rinsing under cold water
  • Electronic timer with audible ready signal; on /off switch with indicator light
  • Brushed stainless steel design, comes with egg poaching dish
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  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 9 x 6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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  • ASIN: B000FKT6UA
  • Item model number: 810
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (210 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,851 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Cooking eggs has never been easier and move convenient. New from Chefs Choice, the 810 Gourmet Egg Cooker can prepare up to 7 eggs, exactly the way you like them. Eggs within the same batch to can be combined to cook some eggs as soft, others medium or hard boiled. The water reservoir, electronic timer with audible ready signal combined with the egg poaching dish makes cooking eggs worry free . An elegant, brushed stainless steel design, the egg cooker has a convenient tray that can be lifted with one hand for rinsing under cold water or carrying to the table.


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Customer Reviews

The hard boiled and soft boiled eggs are perfectly cooked.
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I ordered it right before Christmas (I actually bought 2, a second one for my son as a gift and he loves his too!!!)
Doris Brooks
There is no thermal cut off, nor a switch that shuts off after the elapsed cooking time is done.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

76 of 79 people found the following review helpful By Nic on April 8, 2008
I never thought I would be praising the virtues of an egg cooker until I had an egg that had been steamed. Wow, what a difference. Even cooked to the hard state, both the white and yolk are melt in your mouth soft and tender. A completely different texture than you get with boiling. The steamed eggs are also easy to peel and this cooker doesn't require piercing the shell, like others do. Once you've steam eggs, you won't ever want to go back to boiling them.
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79 of 83 people found the following review helpful By A Reviewer on March 2, 2007
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I got this egg cooker about a week and a half ago and have used it several times with great success. The poached eggs were great and my husband loved the Eggs Benedict I made for him -- it was really easy and I even forgot to spray the insert with Pam first (and the eggs came out ok).

My son loves the soft-boiled eggs,as do I. They are so easy to make, we have had them a lot. Because they're so hot when they're done, I flip the lid over, put it in the sink with cold/ice water, and with an oven mitt or tongs, put the eggs in the lid. The water drains slowly through the steamhole when the lid is flipped, and this cools the eggs down enough to handle but they're still nice & warm inside.

I tried making hard-boiled eggs last night, and just put them in the refrigerator when they were done so I could make egg salad this morning. While my husband hasn't had it yet, everything looked fine although the yolks were slightly greenish on the outside, which is why I'm giving this 4 stars instead of 5. I have a method of cooking eggs without the green, but it is rather involved and it's so much easier just to throw the eggs in the machine.

Overall, I'm thrilled with this product & am buying one for my folks. I think our neighbor is getting one now, too - it's a great little machine!
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42 of 44 people found the following review helpful By D. Dalaney on October 13, 2007
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Chef's Choice 810 Gourmet Egg Cooker This egg cooker works beautifully if you have had others in the past. The instructions don't tell you to use less water when you cook more eggs. I don't understand the Physics of this but it does work. I use the required 3/4 cup water when cooking 1 poached egg, 2/3c for 2 eggs, and 1/2c for 3 eggs. If you use the water called for for more than 1 egg you will end up with water all over your counter. I also use 1/2c when hard boiling 7 eggs. These amounts work well & I get great cooked eggs. I also keep a push pin in the kitchen to prick the top of the eggs when boiling them, that way they don't blow up.
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45 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Gail A. Fulton on February 9, 2010
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After reading many reviews on 4 brands of egg cookers, I chose this one. Though, some of the reviews on this product had me sceptical of purchasing it. Such as people saying this cooker leaked water on their counter, another complaining about being struck by the steam upon lifting the lid, ect...
When I recieved the egg cooker, after opening the box, before I even unpacked the cooker, I picked up the paperwork enclosed and sat down and read the directions. I washed up the cooker and proceeded to make 7 hard boiled eggs. No water ran on my counter, No steam struck me when I removed the lid. So, I disregard the negative comments made about this egg cooker and give it 5 stars. As we learned in elementary school, Always Read The Directions!!!!!
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Helene Jarvis on May 13, 2007
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Very nice looking item that I keep on my kitchen counter. Other than water leaking out of it as the steam is created, this item cooks perfect soft boiled eggs for my pets, on a daily basis. I would advise you to keep a small towel or paper towels under it to absorb the moisture.
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56 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Happy Cat Owner on July 29, 2008
I loved this product. Made it fast and simple to boil eggs. I know it is simple on the stove, but I sometimes forget to put the timer on and they get over done. The eggs came out perfectly with this egg cooker. We used it a few times a week and we follow the directions. To my suprise, it just stopped working. It worked fine yesterday and today it wouldn't even come on. It will be 6 months of having it on 8/7/2008, so I'm not pleased that it just stopped working. I have the number of the manufacturer and hopefully they will honor the one year warranty.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By jon hergert on October 26, 2011
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I bought this six months ago and have used it almost every day since. Previously had a very old sunbeam unit. The Sunbeam unit I had boiled the water away completely, when the water was gone, unit shut off. Problem was the amount cooking time was 100% dependent on the amount of water you added and I could never get the water consistent. I suppose if I had a tall graduated cylinder from the science lab it would have worked but measuring cup wasn't consistent enough.

This unit, you fill with water to a mark, if you are within 30% either way, doesn't seem to make any difference to the cooking consistency of the egg.

I prefer mine poached, not too overdone, not too underdone and the adjustment lever is very good at giving me control for a consistent poached egg.

When I first got it, I cracked the eggs straight into the poacher. They didn't release very well and the dishwasher wasn't very good at getting the last bits of egg white off the tray, leaving me with hand washing the tray every time. Started using very quick spray of Pam and they slide right out and the dishwasher cleans the tray without any handwashing.

Only things I would change would be the following:

1. Lever for egg setting slides too easily, less than 1 oz of pressure to change adjustment. Just moving the unit tends to bump the lever and change your setting.
2. Some sort of display indicating how much time is left would be handy as unit doesn't automatically shut off and you have to stick around to turn it off when they are ready. In the case of poached eggs, not a big deal as it is less than 5 minutes. For hard boiled, cooking time lot closer to 15 minutes, inconvenient to have to hang around the kitchen the whole time.
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