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Stir Crazy As Seen On TV


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  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004MZPVHQ
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (67 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,892 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Are you ready for that third, much need hand in the kitchen? As Seen On TV hasn't technically created a robotic hand for you; instead, we now have something so much better to offer! Stir crazy is the newest and one of the coolest inventions ever created. We all get super busy in the kitchen, especially when we're preparing a big dinner for multiple people all by ourselves. Sometimes, two hands just aren't enough. When you have to continuously stir grandma's 'finicky' gravy and take your delicious homemade cake out of the oven at the same time, that's when you need 3 hands. Yes, we've all been there. Either the cake is going to get a little brown or the gravy is going to stick to the bottom of your pan. Well, that scenario is now a thing of the past. Let the Stir Crazy As Seen On TV do your stirring for you. We can promise grandma's gravy will never stick to the bottom of the pan ever again. But, the Stir Crazy isn't just for gravy! Making homemade soups and sauces is a long and time consuming process and standing in front of the stove stirring may take hours out of your day; hours that you can be spending with your family, cleaning the house, or just about anything else. Of course, the chances of burning your food are higher if you step away and do something else while cooking. Now there is Stir Crazy, and you'll never burn anything again! It stirs your food for you. With just the touch of a button the Stir Crazy starts to automatically stir the food in your pot or pan. You now have an extra hand in the kitchen so you can get two things done at once. The Stir Crazy is an ingenious product. Its silicone feet even get up against the edges of your pan so nothing sticks and nothing is left unstirred. It can be used on any size or kind of pot; stainless, non-stick, iron, and even on ceramic. Because Stir Crazy is 100% water proof it even works under water. It is battery operated, and it can stir up to 4 hours and stand heat up to 572 degrees.

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I returned it for a full refund.
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I gave them to family members for Christmas and they all loved them.
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Advertisement claims that it can stir custards, sauces, and soups.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

43 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Charlie Howard on May 18, 2011
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Tried it in a teflon pot with cold water, and it seemed to work: moved around the whole pot, although more slowly than the sales videos show.

Next, tried stirring milk as the milk was being heated. Never knew until now how much thicker milk is than water: had to put the stirer on HIGH to get it to move around the whole pot; on low or medium, it just stayed in one place. But on High, it did work ... for about 5 minutes. Then, it just slowed down and stopped. Not broken, just petered out from all that hard work.

Well, maybe it can't handle the heat; after all, by now the milk's temperature was up to almost 150º F. So, get it out of the kitchen, right?

Let it cool and tried it again in cold water. No joy: it didn't turn on except in High, and then was too weak to move around.

Tested the batteries. After all, they'd been used for a long time (5 minutes) and maybe needed to be replaced. Actually, they were down a bit, so I tried new batteries. Made no difference.

To put it another way, the other reviews were spot on.

PROS:
1. stirs cold water very well, at least when you first get it.
2. very low price, so it's not worth returning. (Why is this a "pro" ? It's a "pro" for the manufacturer: who's gonna bother returning something that costs less than $6?)
3. easy to clean
4. provides almost an hour of entertainment, so on a per-minute basis, costs about the same as a ticket to a 2-hour movie.

CONS:
1. does not work
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59 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Tom on March 24, 2011
From the picture, you might expect something with a motor, but it actually just vibrates and the vibration causes it to rotate. The vibration is enough for it to rotate and stir thin-to-medium liquids. If the liquid gets too thick, it just stops and sits in the pot. It makes a racket doing so, though, and the pot itself can also move as a result.

It's kind of useful to keep soups and some sauces from boiling over, so I think it's OK given the price. Still, the device would be much more useful if it actually used a rotary motor to stir.
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39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Michal Kennedy on March 22, 2011
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Don't waste your money. This product broke the first time I used it, and it can't take heat of over 300 F, which is very low considering this is meant for cooking!!!
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By T. Elaine on March 23, 2011
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We were able to try to use this item the other night while cooking sauteed mushrooms, I expected it would be able to handle it since they were tiny mushrooms and the sauce was still very thin, but the product wouldn't move, hopefully we will still be able to use it with a rue or gravy in the future but I'm definately dissappointmed, I was hoping it'd have a little more muscle.
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36 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Gary L. Wright on August 7, 2011
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OK, so here's the deal... Expectations and Design... It's "AS SEEN ON TV" so don't expect much. It's tiny and cheap, it wasn't designed for commercial use. Adjust your expectation and your use and you'll be very happy with this product.

You've bought "AS SEEN ON TV" stuff before. Your expectations should be pretty low to begin with. Why do people buy this five dollar hunk of stink and expect it to perform like a commercial grade, five gallon, Kitchen-Aid standing mixer?! These are little dinky inventions made by lonely, basement-dwelling virgins who have more ideas than money. They invent the thing, a corporation licenses the idea, and then they spend the smallest amount of money they can to produce it. We bought it for $5, so expect that it cost them about a dollar to make. Just be happy you didn't buy it off the TV 2 years ago for $19.95 plus shipping and handling.

That being said, this device is not designed to stir a stockpot full of cheese sauce (the reviewer who did that was just off his rocker). Additionally, it's not designed to stir up a tasty gumbo. And guess what, it's not designed to stir cement either. It's designed to stir small amounts of liquid. Look at the picture on the box. Look at the size of the device. You want to stir a thin gravy in a small pot? Hey, it'll work! You want to stir a gallon of Granny's lumpy glue-gravy for Thanksgiving? Well, then you're out of luck! so, look elsewhere.

As for the batteries, those reviewers who complained were only complaining about their own misguided attempts to stir potato salad or whatever. The batteries last quite awhile if you use thin liquids. If you try to stir up a vat of cold bacon grease, the thing will over-work, drain the batteries, and may even burn out.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Warren J. Bachmann on March 19, 2011
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What a disappointment!! I was so excited to be able to use this for reductions that require constant stirring so I did not have to stand over the pot all the time. Well, the bottom line is it did not work, under any condition I could reasonably create for it. Besides it should serve my environment, is that not what a tool is for?
The way I see it is you need to have a very thin liquid with little to no solids, you must have the pot or pan perfectly level, even boiling it's self hinders this thing. I know it has three vibration speeds(yes, vibration, that is all it does) but under every situation I put it in the slowest one was the only one that even came close to move to more than one spot, but still did not do what anyone would have purchased it for!!
If you choose to go ahead and buy one of these DO NOT toss the packaging like I did, I will bet you will just return it after the first attempt to use it. Because I am stuck with it this thing I gave it to my wife to see if it has a use for her. :-)
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