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Kalorik Baby Food Maker 5 in 1 Steam Cooker PINK

by Kalorik

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  • Kalorik Baby Food Maker 5 in 1 Steam Cooker PINK
  • 5 IN 1 PRODDUCT--COLOR PINK
  • CHOPS, STEAMS FOOD IN MINUTES - DEFROSTS FROZEN MEALS
  • STERILIZES PACIFIERS
  • HEATS MILK IN MINUTES - CONTAINER INCLUDED
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Technical Details
Item Weight5.1 pounds
Product Dimensions13 x 7 x 10 inches
UPC877340002557
  
Additional Information
ASINB004FREZ0U
Best Sellers Rank #201,422 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  
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Product Description

From now on, life is easy with this Food Processor and Steamer. With only one unit, prepare baby food in just 5 minutes. Simple operation, only 1 two-position switch for whole process. Specially designed with baby in mind. High speed blade rotation to grind food in very small pieces. Powerful steam to cook food in very short time. Clear water tank direct read out water content. 250cc/ 8 oz. water tank for steaming, enables steaming time up to 30 minutes. Includes milk container, used to warm up milk or liquids by steaming. Easy cleaning. Motor speed : 12,000 rpm. Motor power : 170W. Heating power : 300W. Tank made of clear plastic material, BPA-free and FDA-tested. Uses high temperature, food grade PP plastics, 100% BPA free and no phtalates, no silicone. Measuring cup included. Soothers stand included. Double protection by thermostat and thermal cut-off. Stainless steel screws. Chromed dial knob.

Customer Reviews

Major design flaw with the steaming input.
Hans
The manufacturers website stated you had to have a receipt in order for them to process a claim.
Disappointed mom
You have to steam in one basket then dump it into the steam basket to blend.
denny

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Hans on November 7, 2011
So I have been using the Kaloric baby food maker for 3 months straight. There are definitely some pros and cons with the little machine, but I am so tired of making baby food all day long I finally invested in an Cuisinart 9 cup food processor.Cuisinart DLC-2009CHB Prep 9 9-Cup Food Processor, Brushed Stainless I found it cheaper online through the military, but noticed that Macy's was selling it for cheaper as well (in the store, not online).

So the review:
Pros:
1. Compact
2. Easy to use
3. Cute (is that a reason to buy it?)
4. Cheap? - I got mine on clearance at Marshalls for $20, otherwise I would NOT have bought it.

Cons:
1. Major design flaw with the steaming input.
Water and food gets trapped up inside and there is simply no way to clean it. Today I spent an hour taking the thing apart, by unscrewing the bottom portion and trying to use the little brush and a small screwdriver to scrape out the food that was in there. I also popped out the filter and the top plastic portion to clean it as well. There is still a bit of mango stuck up inside there and I am finally retiring the thing.

2. No way to clean inside the steaming unit.
It says to rinse out each time, but after a few uses I would find chunks of what looked like moldy pieces of food coming out. They were black and slid right out after I forced water inside of the unit and shook it vigorously...eww gross!

3. Too Small!
It is okay if you are making a small batch of food, say 1-2 apples at a time to have on hand for a few days...but it is not meant to be used for freezing and storing, which is what I have been doing.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By K. Chase on January 26, 2011
It definitely does everything it says it does, but it is sooooo tiny! It literally will make applesauce ONE apple at a time. Am I supposed to make baby food all day long? It would take an hour to make one complete meal. If I am going to make baby food I want to make it in a huge batch for the week, not one apple at a time. I would rather use my steamer and food processor. I am disappointed.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By lina on March 12, 2011
it looks great, steams and chops well, but doesn't puree to the consistency baby could eat, so i needed to return it!
But if you just need for chopping bigger pieces it would work fine.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Babyparent on December 15, 2011
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We own Beaba's Baby Cook and it is great. Specially for my 8 month old baby girl. It is true it may be more complicated to cook your baby's food rather than buying gerber purees, but as my daughter wouldn't eat a complete portion and was loosing weight we decided to give it a try. It was a complete success. She now eats every bite and knowing what is inside the jar is a plus. I forgot to say we live in Spain, and as Beaba is a french brand we bought it at a normal price. Recently we were travelling to America to let know our daughter to some relatives. We were worried for the baby's food. We didn't know which american puree brands were better, so we decided to look out for a cheap imitation for Babycook for the 10 days we would be staying (keep in mind we couldn't carry the original with us because of the weight and the electricity in Spain is 220 instead of 120). I decided to buy the best deal appearing at amazon. Kalorik was on sale for a price of $48.00 (very cheap compared to the 140 we paid for Babycook). We bought it, and once at destiny, we found out it was exactly the same! Add food, water, cook, and blend. The only noticeable differences: Baby cook turns off automatically after the food is ready to be blended. I suppose it turns off after the water is over, and we never achieved to automatically turn off Kalorik. For this same reason, you always have to empty the remaining water after every use. It is as simple as turning the machine around in top of the sink. Also Baby cook has a sealed container. When Kalorik blends the food, if the recipient is not correctly placed, some food might get between the machine and the vase (through the middle aix), and if not cleaned correctly, I suppose it could deteriorate the machine in the long run (We only used it for 10 days).Read more ›
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By artistic Gal on August 12, 2011
This is such a cute item, got it as a baby shower gift and i use it to make all my baby food.. much healthier than buying the pre-made ones at stores.
the size is just good, because baby food should not be kept too long in the freezer.
i would definatly recommend this product!
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