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Texsport Non-Stick Popcorn Popper

3.5 out of 5 stars 26 customer reviews

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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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Texsport Non-Stick Popcorn Popper 15231

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  • Product Dimensions: 11.5 x 9.5 x 4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000P9IRPG
  • Item model number: 15231
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #61,563 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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I did not have high hopes when I bought this, thought maybe it was a gimmick, but b/c we love popcorn so much, thought I should give it a try camping. Incredibly impressed! We just sprayed some non stick cooking spray on both sides, added 1/4 cup of kernels, then shook it over the fire. Takes about five minutes (and pretty constant shaking) to pop, but not one single kernel burned, and almost all of it popped--a better performance than my hot air popper at home. I am so glad I decided to try it out! A great addition to our camping equipment!
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The first thing I thought when I opened the box to this popcorn popper was the black coating on it was done very poor. There were paint runs all over it, but when I took it out and used it I was very surprised at how well it worked. It is my new favorite camping toy now. I put in 1/4 cup of oil and 1/4 cup of popcorn and just held it over the fire. It all popped very fast and was really good. I got some popcorn seasoning at the store to take with us to flavor the popcorn. A little less oil next time, but still really good. My wife has used it twice over our gas stove and loved it too. I can't wait to take this on a father and son camp out with all of our friends. I know everyone is going to be happy I brought this. I wish I would have know about these earlier so I could have taken it on all camping trips. I have also attached a picture.

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.
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This has been great. I've not tried it over a campfire yet; I've only given it a go on the kitchen range (electric). It does a wonderful job, and I have the advantage of knowing exactly what's in the popcorn I pop (not so with standard microwave popcorn). Even though the popper is non-stick, burned kernels will still stick if you don't keep it in motion whilst popping. This can be significantly reduced by using a bit of oil (which doubles as a flavoring agent). You'll probably spend about 7 minutes making popcorn, as the popper has to heat up before the popping starts. Picture one of those Jiffy Pop things you can get at the store, only re-usable (to reiterate: only tried this on an electric range; probably much faster over a fire). Oh, and the capacity is a bit lacking: you can pop enough popcorn easily for 2 or 3 people, but it'd almost certainly take multiple batches if you were really on a camping trip with other folks.

Overall, I'd recommend this popper to pretty much anyone (as long as you need not worry about a bunch of capacity).
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Ok I was a little skeptical when I first received this product. The packaging is pretty cheap and there were NO instructions. I easily guessed how to assemble the handle, but I wasn't impressed with the way the cover fit and was ready to send it back. My husband took a look and got the cover to stay closed by squeezing the prongs together slightly. We gave it a try on a camping trip and loved the results! Still not thrilled that it had to be "fixed" right out of the box, but it works well now and it a definite improvement over "hobo popcorn" (where you put oil and popcorn on a squaare of foil, tie it up loosely and attach it to a stick then try to shake it over the fire until it pops).
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We use this often when camping. Only complaint is the latch to get the top off after popping is very hot and doesn't have a protected grab or handle for opening, so one must have a glove or towel to open and not burn oneself.
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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 campfire. I hate returning things, but here we go! Don't waste your time with this product.
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Don't buy this. I received it as a gift. The first time I used it, the paint blistered from the bottom and mixed in with the popcorn so it looked like it had been peppered but it was paint! Yuck. I'm either going to get this thing red hot so it blisters all the paint off to make it safe or maybe I'll just throw it away. Even if all else were fine, it only makes a single serving of popcorn making it only useful for hermits.
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I used this with Orville Redenbacher popcorn, which cheesy as it sounds, really is a lighter, fluffier popped popcorn. I found the popcorn to be on the harder, chewer side using this. It's okay and it's campfire food so I am not unhappy with it but I am also not using it as much as I thought I would.
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