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Great Northern Popcorn Hot Air Popper, White
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- Pops faster than a microwave- up to 18 cups of gourmet corn in less than 2 1/2 minutes
- The Great Northern Popcorn Hot Air Popper pops up to 30-percent faster with virtually no unpopped kernals
- Uses regular or gourmet popcorn for a savings of up to 70-percent over microwave bags
- Pops without oil for up to 42-percent fewer calories than microwave bag popcron, no artificial flavors, saturated fats, preservatives, or added salt
- Base and cover simply wipe clean; Butter melter doubles as a handy measuring cup; Chute directs popcorn into your bow
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Once we fixed that issue, though, the popper was fast, the popcorn is good, and there were very few unpopped kernels.
Like like some have said in their negative reviews, kernels may go flying all over the place if you're not careful. This situation is actually *very* avoidable. Please pay attention to the -size- of the kernels you purchase. Cheap, generic brands generally yield a cheap, generic kernel that is rather small and very light. These undersized kernels will ride around in the air designed to push the popped corn out of the chute and fly right out because they don't have enough heft to fall back down. Once the kernels pop, the heavier kernels have more surface volume and can then easily ride the air out of the chute.
Don't believe me? Try it for yourself. Grab a generic bag of kernels and a bag of more quality kernels and compare the two. You'll be able to see a difference in the size and uniformity between the two.
UPDATE: 7 months later, and it still works great. Plus, I've begun to overload it so I can get bigger batches of popcorn out of it.
I just brought popcorn to a movie night at the university yesterday and it was a big hit. I don't just put butter on, I use:
Macadamia nut oil
I also like to sprinkle on cumin, garlic powder, curry powder, and sometimes hot Indian pepper powder! Makes a great and healthy snack. Note that the oils are extra virgin and unheated, since the popper air pops the popcorn.
I've solved the problem as it's the same problem that we had with the one we had a few decades ago. Solution: Tilt the popper back. It's still a little difficult to pour the kernels into the the machine while it's running but it can be done. I put a wedge under the front that lifts it about an inch and a half. I then wait until the popping corn fills the barrel but is not coming out of the spout. I then remove the wedge and allow the popped corn to fill the waiting bowl. I'm surprised that the same problem exists after so many years of manufacturing this product. But hey, it works.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works awesome. As expected, the last few kernels and popcorn pieces SHOOT out across my kitchen and when I yank the cord from the wall, in an attempt to stop the crazed explosion... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Alisa C.
I chose due to product reviews and trying several others...after a little more than 1 year the motor smoked when popping a batch of popcorn which I stopped immediately. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Elaine