2014 Home, Kitchen & Garden Gift Guide
Qty:1
FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details
Condition: Used: Very Good
Comment: Item will come in original packaging. Packaging will be damaged.
Other Sellers on Amazon
Add to Cart
$40.36
+ Free Shipping
Sold by: A-SHOP japan
Have one to sell? Sell on Amazon

Image Unavailable

Image not available for
Color:
  • DBTech Automatic Shut-off Electric Egg Cooker
  • Sorry, this item is not available in
  • Image not available
  • To view this video download Flash Player
      

DBTech Automatic Shut-off Electric Egg Cooker

by DBTech
| 39 answered questions

List Price: $49.99
Price: $19.99 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details
You Save: $30.00 (60%)
In Stock.
  • Get perfectly boiled eggs every time with this compact, easy-to-use Egg Boiler
  • Conveniently cooks 1 to 7 eggs in minutes, just add water, eggs, and plug it in
  • The Egg Boiler heats up quickly, boils your eggs in just a few minutes, and shuts off automatically when the eggs are done.
  • Egg Cooker Automatically shuts off when eggs are ready, and sounds a buzzer to let you know that they are done
  • Clear top allows you to view eggs while cooking, egg tray allows you to easily transport and serve eggs
7 new from $19.99 4 used from $16.35

Frequently Bought Together

DBTech Automatic Shut-off Electric Egg Cooker + Egg Slicer Wedger Piercer
Price for both: $27.53

Buy the selected items together

Special Offers and Product Promotions

  • Get a $150 Amazon.com Gift Card: Get the Citi ThankYou® Preferred Card and earn a $150.00 digital Amazon.com Gift Card* after $1,000 in card purchases within 3 months of account opening. Learn more.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00945XLF8
  • Item model number: DB-EGG50
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (325 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,219 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
  •  Would you like to give feedback on images?


Product Description

Make eggs using the DB-Tech egg cooker in a jiffy and you can choose from soft, medium or hard-boiled. It is extremely easy to use just Measure out and add the required amount of water using the markings on provided measuring cup, pierce the eggs with the included pin (to eliminate cracking), then place the eggs on the tray, plug it in, and switch it on. The steam will cook the eggs, so you can have perfectly boiled eggs every time. Amount of water controls the cooking time, The cooker will automatically shut off once it detects that there is no more water in the cooker and the alert buzzer sound off to lets you know that the eggs are ready. When the buzzer sounds your eggs are done, just the way you love them, ready for cooling and serving using the same removable tray they're on, Features: - Egg Cooker Automatically shuts off when eggs are ready, and sounds a buzzer to let you know that they are done - Conveniently cooks 1 to 7 eggs in minutes, just add water, eggs, and plug it in - The Egg Boiler heats up quickly, boils your eggs in just a few minutes, and shuts off automatically when the eggs are done. - Egg Cooker Automatically shuts off when eggs are ready, and sounds a buzzer to let you know that they are done - Clear top allows you to view eggs while cooking, egg tray allows you to easily transport and serve eggs Included tray can also be used toy steam any other foods like custards - Uses minimal water to boil an egg - Perfect eggs with every use - Quick setup - Easy to clean - Compact size makes it easy to store when not in use - Economical - Safety shut off

From the Manufacturer

Features:

Clear top allows you to view eggs while cooking, egg tray allows you to easily transport and serve eggs Included tray can also be used toy steam any other foods like custards

  • Egg Cooker Automatically shuts off when eggs are ready, and sounds a buzzer to let you know that they are done
  • Uses minimal water to boil an egg
  • Perfect eggs with every use
  • Quick setup
  • Easy to clean
  • Compact size makes it easy to store when not in use
  • Economical
  • Safety shut off

DBTech Electric Egg Cooker

Automatic Shut off an Buzzer to notify you when the eggs are ready

Make eggs using the DB-Tech egg cooker in a jiffy and you can choose from soft, medium or hard-boiled. It is extremely easy to use just Measure out and add the required amount of water using the markings on provided measuring cup, pierce the eggs with the included pin (to eliminate cracking), then place the eggs on the tray, plug it in, and switch it on. The steam will cook the eggs, so you can have perfectly boiled eggs every time. Amount of water controls the cooking time, The cooker will automatically shut off once it detects that there is no more water in the cooker and the alert buzzer sound off to lets you know that the eggs are ready. When the buzzer sounds your eggs are done, just the way you love them, ready for cooling and serving using the same removable tray they're on,

  • Egg Cooker Automatically shuts off when eggs are ready, and sounds a buzzer to let you know that they are done
  • Conveniently cooks one to seven eggs in minutes, just add water, eggs, and plug it in
  • The Egg Boiler heats up quickly, boils your eggs in just a few minutes, and shuts off automatically when the eggs are done.

Customer Reviews

Eggs are cooked perfectly every time.
sqfromsc
Also, the directions provided to not match the measuring cup that is provided for the amount of water that you need to cook the number of eggs you are cooking.
Xav Dubois
Automatically shuts off when eggs are done...buzzer to alert you...but it only buzzes for a few seconds and shuts off.
Kathy Coyle

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

93 of 95 people found the following review helpful By D. Fowler HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 21, 2013
I was really leery of this egg cooker because I saw so many negative comments. Some, on the other hand, raved over the quality of the eggs. So which was it? The problem, as I soon discovered was the quality of the directions, or lack of them. Clarity in this case can make a BIG difference as to how those eggs turn out. I pored over them and took a close look at everything. It was one of those "here goes nothing" moments and that's what I expected. Nothing. Well, I put in four eggs because I thought a little egg salad lunch would be nice and voilà ... it was. I'll try to give you some directions in the form of FAQs and hints that might make your egg experience much easier.

FAQs

Q: Why do I have to put MORE water in when I am cooking fewer eggs?

A: If you think about it, think in terms of the area inside your egg cooker. If you are cooking two eggs the steam has to cover a wider area, therefore you need more water. More eggs, you need less.

Q: There are three egg symbols on my measuring cup. What are they for?

A: There are three egg symbols:

~ Soft-boiled: If you hold the cup up to the light, the egg (close to the bottom of the measuring cup) has a line 1/4 of the way up the egg.

~ Medium-cooked: If you hold the cup up to the light, the egg (between the other two eggs) has a line 1/2 the way up the egg.

~ Hard-boiled: If you hold the cup up to the light, the egg has no lines.

Q: What do those numbers mean in each section of that measuring cup?

A: There are straight lines above the egg. Beside them are numbers. These numbers indicate how many eggs you are planning on cooking. Fill the measuring cup with water up to the desired line.
Read more ›
6 Comments Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again
I like this cooker better than the ones I've used in the past (I have chickens so, trust me, an egg cooker is needed) because I can cook more at a time.

My husband would pour in water and then say he was not happy with the results but each time I used it, it was perfect. So I asked him to do it in front of me. He got some water, poured it in, and turned it on...AHA! So let me share how this works. When the water boils out, the eggs are done. If you don't measure your water and you put in too much, it will keep cooking, if you don't put in enough it will turn off early. The water isn't there just to steam, it also regulates when it's time to turn itself off.

So USE the measuring cup enclosed correctly and you should have flawless eggs.

That said, those of us with very fresh eggs know how hard they can be too peel if you simply boil them. This takes away that issue. The steaming rather than boiling makes for a better boiled egg that is perfectly easy to peel. No more peeling off part of the EGG with the peel!

Deviled eggs in no time!

I boil eggs as a great snack rich with protein and I also use sliced boiled eggs for egg sandwiches.

I also boil them for the dogs...a healthier high protein treat great for their coats and with nothing artificial.

Works great for us and I got to try mine out in order to provide honest and unbiased feedback for the manufacturer. We've been using it for months with perfect results.

I do not use distilled water--I just use tap water and if I see a build up of it in the metal part of the unit, I wipe clean with vinegar and water before the next use and it glistens like it is brand new!

The unit also comes with a cup in case you want to steam other things like veggies or custards.
6 Comments Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again
37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Ali Julia #1 REVIEWER#1 HALL OF FAME on April 22, 2013
Length: 1:12 Mins
Boiling eggs is not hard, but on a few occasions through the years I got distracted, the water boiled away and ruined a couple of my favorite pots. This is my first egg cooker. I love it! I have been using it for about a month and it is working very well.

I am attaching a video which shows how the cooker prepares two eggs.

The small up that comes with the egg cooker shows marking in three columns "hard boiled", "half-hard boiled" and "soft boiled". The amount of water you need to add depends on the number of eggs you cook and the desired hardness of the egg. The water is measured with a small cup that comes with the egg cooker. The lettering on the cup is just raised numbers and letters, they don't have any contrast with plastic and very small. I have to put my reading glasses on to see the markings.

Before starting to cook you need to piece each egg shell with a provided tool. The tool works very well, it makes a very small neat hole.

When the cooker is done it buzzes and turns itself off. I am very glad to have an automatic turn off and a buzzer reminder . The buzzer is pretty loud as you can hear in my video.

I received this egg cooker from the manufacture for an honest review.

The only negative for me is that the marking on the small cup are very hard to read. Other than that I have been quite pleased with the egg cooker. I hope the description and the video will help you see what to expect.

Ali Julia review
3 Comments Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again

Most Recent Customer Reviews