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Rival PP25 Popcorn Popper, White

by Rival

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  • Popper uses hot air instead of oil to make popcorn
  • Transparent viewing lid directs popcorn into a bowl (not included)
  • 1200-watt motor pops up to 4 quarts in 3 minutes
  • Measuring cup also melts butter on top of the popper
  • Measures 12-1/2 by 7 inches with lid on; 1-year warranty

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Make Great Tasting Popcorn with the Rival Popcorn Popper

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This electric popper uses hot air instead of oil to produce a healthy, grease-free snack. Measured with the included cup so there's no guesswork, the kernels are poured into the center of the popper, the transparent viewing lid attached, and the cup positioned on top to keep popping kernels contained. Only then is the popper plugged in, because the 1200-watt motor gets to work quickly, churning out up to four quarts of popcorn in just three minutes. While the chute on the transparent lid directs the popcorn into a bowl (not included), the force is vigorous and a high-sided bowl is recommended. If desired, the measuring cup can hold up to three ounces of butter that melts as popping takes place. With the lid on, the popper stands 12-1/2 inches tall and 7 inches wide. Rival covers the popper with a one-year warranty. --Ann Bieri

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12.8 x 6.9 x 6.9 inches ; 1.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00024LJ1S
  • Item model number: PP25
  • Average Customer Review: 1.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #567,101 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Customer Reviews

We are returning ours tomorrow.
Opinions A-Plenty
I used a stainless bowl as a collection bowl and it was too hot on the bottom to pick up - not from the air but from the unpopped kernels.
Amazon Customer
I do wish there were a zero star rating option.
Christina Overmiller

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39 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Kitchen Fan on March 26, 2005
Though visually appealing, it is the worst engineering design ever -- there is no chute for the popcorn to be guided into a bowl. I agree with other writers -- popcorn and hot kernels everywhere, which pop wherever they land and have a bland taste. TONS of unpopped kernels in the bottom of the bowl, with a burned scorch to them. The Rival seems to be a truly dangerous design, and it's hard to believe they haven't voluntarily or involuntarily recalled it. Over the years, I have had much better experience with Presto and want to return to Presto, even though it is a less visually appealing design -- OK if you like 70s retro, though!
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Christina Overmiller on April 22, 2006
I really wish I had checked the reviews before I impulsively bought this unit. It is very poorly designed. It is dangerous...the unpopped and very hot kernals come flying out of the unit in a varience of direction that is quite alarming. Perhaps a third to one half of the kernals actually pop. While the popped kernals do not reach dangerous projectile speeds like their unpopped counterparts, they too fly in multiple directions.

The unit gets quite hot, which the user manual does warn. The unit is not efficient by any means. The unit does not have a power switch -- you must plug the unit in to turn it on. The unit is, in my opinion, quite unsafe. I wish I had kept my receipt.

I have to say that I did refer back to the manual on more than one occaision to make sure that I was following user specifications. I have come to the conclusion that the product is indeed flawed and not worth the $20 I paid for it.

Not only do I highly recommend you do your research (which I did not) but I also highly recommend that you avoid this product. I beleive it to be a severe hazard. I do wish there were a zero star rating option.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 12, 2004
This popper leaves most kernals unpopped and burns most of the others. It is loud and takes forever. You would probably get better results by just shoving a hair dryer in a bowl of popcorn (don't try this at home, though). I tried it with store brand popcorn and with Orville Redenbacher popcorn. Results were unacceptable with both brands, though slightly better with the Redenabacher corn. Sounds like Presto is much better. I'm going to try that.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By SugarCaneJane on January 2, 2006
I can't believe that none of the other reviews mentioned that this thing does not have an on/off switch. You plug it in when you want to use it and then unplug it. That seems a bit unsafe to me.
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Opinions A-Plenty on October 15, 2004
Only buy this product if you enjoy two things: (1) dodging unpopped kernals as they fly out of the contraption as dangerous heated projectiles, and (2) sweeping your floor.

Enough said. We are returning ours tomorrow.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By B. Willis on January 14, 2006
The other reviewer's have it right , this thing is a hunk of junk. I can't believe they sell this product. About 1/3 to 1/2 of the kernels you put in aren't popped - they just end up in the bottom of the bowl & all over the counter & floor. Way too much trouble to clean up.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By H Park on March 27, 2006
I bought one of these a couple of years back. It's an adventure

using this thing. It's like my wife had to wear full body armour

and eye googles when using this popper. We finally got a Presto Poplite and it's great!!!
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 13, 2006
I read these reviews too late. I bought the product and used it. The fact that it didn't pop all the kernels is not the issue for me. I believe (my opinion only) the unit to be a safety hazard from the kernels being thrown in all directions including the floor. I actually had kernels popping behind me and suffered burned fingers when trying to pick them up. I used a stainless bowl as a collection bowl and it was too hot on the bottom to pick up - not from the air but from the unpopped kernels. I think that a plastic bowl would have melted. If you have this unit and if you also think it is a hazard, please submit a report to the consumer protection bureau at [...]
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