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Texsport Non-Stick Popcorn Popper
|Price:||$16.80 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- Sturdy steel shaft with stay cool wood handle
- Easy to use popper makes tasty popcorn over the fire or on the stove
- Non-stick finish is easy to clean
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|Item Dimensions||4 x 9.5 x 11.5 inches|
|Item Display Weight||5 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||1.7 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
UPDATE: 23/MAY/2012: I took this camping for the second on the father and sons camp out and this time the black paint coating on the inside started chipping off. I don't want to be eating paint chips. I am going to replace this one with a $20 dollar one at Dicks sporting goods. If I have a problem with that one I can just take it back to Dicks. I haven't gotten it yet, but when I looked at it, it felt heavier and a little more sturdy. It cost a few bucks more, but I hope that means it is better quality. I still like the idea of popping popcorn when camping, but not with this pan. I am not going to use it anymore. Save $15 bucks and get a better one for a little more. I added more pictures of my popcorn and paint popper.
Needless to say we returned it...
Overall, I'd recommend this popper to pretty much anyone (as long as you need not worry about a bunch of capacity).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This item delivered EARLIER THAN EXPECTED! Quick delivery, my husband and I already tried it out and it works fantastic. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jennifer Forest
It's perfect for the fire pit, Pop some corn while getting the coals ready for cooking!Published 15 months ago by Gary G. Proctor
Decent item. First one lasted 3 years. Finish wears easily. Good price.Published 20 months ago by James R Colby
Just as everyone else has reported the paint chips immediately upon the first use. Our first batch of popcorn popped perfectly and our second batch was a burnt mess. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Rachael Jones
We attempted to use this once, and it was a total fail. Paint chipped off immediately. I guess it might pop corn if you could find a way to do it without heating it up over a... Read morePublished on May 6, 2014 by Christine
It works well, so I'm told. They use it inside as opposed to the fire pit out back ~ either way~ it's popcorn.Published on January 6, 2014 by Curtis Hunt