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Lindy's Stainless Steel Stove Top Popcorn Popper, 6-Quart

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  • Vented lid allows moisture to escape so popcorn stays crisp
  • Hand-operated rotating paddle keeps popcorn from burning
  • Made from heavy gauge 304 stainless steel and includes a capsulated bottom for quick even heating
  • The Lindy's Popcorn popper is built to last, so it will be a kitchen favorite for years to come
  • Works on any type of stove top, including smooth top and induction ranges
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  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 10 x 7 inches ; 3.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0034D5BIQ
  • Item model number: 8W119
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (263 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Have fun making fresh, classic style popcorn at home with the Lindy's stainless steel popcorn popper. The 6-quart capacity allows for much larger batches than typical microwave popping methods. Vented lid allows moisture to escape so popcorn stays crisp. Hand-operated rotating paddle keeps popcorn from burning. Pan is made from heavy gauge 304 stainless steel and includes a capsulated bottom for quick even heating. Amish designed, and made from high quality durable materials so it will be a kitchen favorite for years to come. The Lindy's popcorn popper works great with any type of stove top, including smooth top and induction ranges.

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This is very well made and worked like a charm.
JayK
The lid opens on one side but it is difficult to turn over the pot to get the popcorn out with the handle in the way.
mnannie
The pot is a good quality Stainless Steel pot with a nice heavy base.
Tivo Man

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181 of 186 people found the following review helpful By Tivo Man on October 12, 2011
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My wife and I really wanted to be able to make Kettle Corn at home. We had developed a real hankering for the stuff when trying it at a local Movie Theater. Enough so that we would only go to Theaters that had it for sale. After realizing we were addicted we had two choices go broke going to the movies or figure out how to make it at home. Making it at home won out when I found several videos online that showed how to make it easily using a pot just like this one but a different brand.

I came to Amazon to purchase that other brand pot. But after doing some research I found that it had been replaced by a much less liked version of it's former glory. After reading about a bunch of brands and looking for them locally I purchased this version of the popcorn popping pot over others because of claims that it was a more sturdy pot and the latching mechanisms to hold the lid down. I was worried about claims about the teeth and gears but decided to take the risk.

The Good:

I have been extremely pleased with those features that sold me on the Lindy's Popper. The pot is a good quality Stainless Steel pot with a nice heavy base. Given the heaviness of the metal I expect it to last for a very very long time.

The latches that hold the top down are also very good. They latch positively and are quite strong. I can and do lift the pot to dump things out and it all stays in place with no play and no worry.

The Bad:

One thing I did find was that as other reviews have said the gears were not a great fit. But being something of a "I can fix that!" sort of guy I decided to try to fix it rather than just sending it back.
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48 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Dave's Reviews on March 20, 2011
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We have used air poppers for years. We bought a new one, but the popcorn tasted plain, the heat made the plastic smell, so decided to look into stove top poppers. Decided against aluminum for potential health reasons, that narrowed the choices. While more expensive, I have been pleased so far. We have cooked up about six batches in the past couple of months, and the popper performs well. It leaves very few unpopped kernels even with Jolly Time white popcorn. It is fast, 3 to 4 minutes. I use two tablespoons of oil, canola and/or olive oil for half a cup of kernals. Wipe it out and your are done (I plan to wash it occasionally to make sure residue oil does not go rancid). The top is securely fastened as others have noted. The handle stays cool. The rotation of the crank handle is a little rough, but not significant at this time. If it wears well over the years, I will be very pleased. It was shipped quickly and came packaged well with no damage.
Update 1-8-2013: I cook up popcorn 2 to 3 times a week. It has worked great. About 9 months ago the paddle blade that turns in the popper came off the weld on the shaft. I think I had put too much popcorn in. We contacted the company, and they sent a replacement paddle FREE. It was easy to install, just unscrewed the gear at the top center of the popper lid, took off the shaft with the missing paddle, and inserted the new shaft/paddle, and screwed it on, and presto good as new.
We really like to use Steinke's Gourmet Popcorn. Baby rice is our favorite. Its tender small kernels are tasty, but we also really like Black Gourmet for a nutty crunchier taste. You can order it from [...] We buy it in the five pound bags. I like to use 3 tablespoons of canola oil, with a little Johnny's Season Salt added to the oil. I often add butter and if I want more flavor a little more Johnny's on the butter popcorn. Enjoy!
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53 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Ratton on January 17, 2011
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I am very pleased with this popcorn popper. I would rate it 9.5 out of ten. What impresses me the most is that it works on an induction stove!!! It pops perfect popcorn and I use it almost every day. The only negative is that the crank handle turns harder than it should, the rod alignment throuth the handle is not perfect; but it is getting easier the more I use it.

I highly recommend it as it does an amazing job and I really prefer stainless steel over aluminum.
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50 of 52 people found the following review helpful By MacLabDoug on September 12, 2011
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At first when I saw this popper on Amazon I figured well, it's probably just another one of those cheap Chinese-made poppers made in the same factory as the Whirly-Pop, Back-to-Basics, Cook N Home, etc, except they probably gussied it up with a few extra construction features to make it *appear* as though it was well made, but it really wasn't. Well, the good news is it really is well made. The hinges are solidly riveted to the folding lid. I guarantee those hinges will never come off. The lid buckles down to the pot with two substantial latches. The crank mechanism and cast metal gears are solid and well made. (Although personally I'd prefer milled gears, but hey, this is a popcorn popper!) Because the latches that hold down the lid are affixed permanently to the pot, the handle/crank assembly is keyed to be placed in one location only,too. (There's a small hole in the pot where part of the handle assembly pokes through.) I like this, though, because that locks the lid and crank assembly down to the pot in yet another location, so unlike my old Whirly-Pop, I can dump out the hot popcorn with absolutely zero concern that the lid will come flying off the pot the minute I lift and tilt the popper over the popcorn bowl. It's virtually impossible to accidentally pop the lid off this popper. With regard to the stirring rod inside the pot, it's a pretty substantial paddle that's riveted to the stirring assembly. It doesn't extend out to the edge of the pot, but I haven't found that to be a problem like I thought it would.

The bottom of the popper and the rear half of the lid are very substantial, too. The bottom being a thick sandwich of metal layers, and the rear half of the lid being rather thick, too.

All in all, it wouldn't surprise me to see this popper last a good ten years, probably more.
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