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Nostalgia CCP509 Full-Size Popper

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  • Full-sized popcorn cart makes old-fashioned, movie-house popcorn
  • Large, stainless-steel kettle with built-in stirring system; kernel catcher
  • Makes up to 1-1/2 gallons of popcorn per batch; approved for commercial use
  • Compartment in base of unit for storage; easy-to-clean design
  • Measures 16 by 19 by 60 inches; 90-day warranty
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 59 x 21.4 x 19.2 inches ; 68 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 67 pounds
  • Shipping: This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0000CFW9M
  • Item model number: CCP509
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #344,466 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Product Description

Traditional hot oil popper sits atop a moveable cart base. Modeled after the antique popcorn carts of the early 1900s. Full size (60") working cart w/large storage compartment. All-steel construction. All steel kettle with dual-hinged lids. Twin arm, double-hung kettle suspension. "Old maid" tray for unpopped kernals. 16" solid-core tire with gold spoked wheels. Easy to use. Easy to clean. Fun to watch.

From the Manufacturer

This full-sized popcorn cart pops up to 1-1/2 gallons of movie-house-quality popcorn per batch. It features a large, stainless-steel kettle with built in stirring system and a kernel catcher to keep out the unpopped kernels. There's a compartment in the base of the unit for storage and a supplies compartment to help keep the cart well stocked and looking tidy. This popcorn cart offers an easy-to-clean design and is approved for commercial use. It's sure to be a crowd pleaser. It measures 16 by 19 by 60 inches.

Customer Reviews

Very easy to use and clean.
Gerald R. Fleming
I have read many posts similar to mine, and this company must do a recall, or they will be out of business.
Popping Mad
The kids love to stand and watch!
Nanaspez

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

59 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Brian J Mills on June 15, 2004
I have been looking for a popcorn machine for quite a while. The lowest price (without a cart) that I could find was over $600. With a cart it can be more than $1100. Then add the shipping $65 - $100. That's why I was amazed to see this item for $349.99 - WITH FREE SHIPPING. This item was delivered in two Huge boxes. Assembly was simple... about 20 minutes. I did not expect to be a top of the line model and was surprised at the quality. The red top is metal, not plastic. The three side walls are glass, not plastic. I has a kernal catcher, some don't. I was also concerned about the wattage of this machine. It has about half the wattage of other machines I was looking at. But after cooking a batch of popcorn I found that this unit cooked the popcorn as fast as units I had rented in the past. I am extremely happy with this machine.
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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By MiddleAgedReviewer on October 31, 2006
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I bought the CCP509 for my office, believe it or not. I wonder how many people have a popcorn machine that stands about five feet tall in their office? I've used it a handful of times, and so far, the machine is just outstanding. Even the very first batch came out perfect, which I was very pleasantly surprised about.

Assembly took me about 40 minutes and was fairly easy, even for me, a mechanically declined assembler of just about anything! The machine is beautiful; it actually looks elegant, and has a genuine antique appearance. Three panels of the popper assembly are made of glass, and the door is made of plexiglass.

After pre-heating the kettle for about five minutes, you pour the popcorn goodies in, and in about two minutes, the popcorn comes spilling out of it. It is genuinely exiting, and I imagine that kids would love to see it in action.

I think a big part of it might be finding where to buy supplies for the machine. I haven't been able to find Country Harvest Pre-Packs in the four ounce size here on Amazon (six ounce size is available), but I went to a website called Home Theatre Express and found two different kinds of pre-packs especially for four-ounce machines like the CCP509 (I hope Amazon carries them soon if they really don't at present). The popcorn, oil, and salt are all in one package to pour into the kettle, and it works wonderfully. Each batch makes enough for three people easily.

I have visited a website for home theatre afficianados, and they swear by the machine (they also recommend not using more than a four-ounce pre-pack so that the stirrer doesn't jam, and I've had no problems with that at all). One co-worker calls it the best popcorn she's ever had.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Norman Dobransky on July 28, 2006
I searched all over for a large Popcorn Popper. This was the lowest price. It took a little over 30 minutes to unpack it and assemble it. I moved it into the house and started making popcorn shortly after. It looks nice sitting in our living room. That's the location of where we watch movies. If you want to make as much popcorn as the show in the pictures you would need to make 3-4 batches. Like some of the other reviews I notice if you put to much oil or to many popcorn seeds then it will jam up and burn your popcorn. Yes, the little pre-measured packets are good and the taste is excellent but..... They are expensive and I am cheap. I bought a big 50 pound bag of popcorn seeds for 18 dollars and our favorite so far is a product called POP-ALL this is the best popping oil. It's around 22 dollars and I think 2.5 gallons. It turns the popcorn a nice yellow color like movie theater popcorn. The kids love watching it pop and I like the smell that it fills the house with. Any popcorn that we don't eat we put outside for our chickens that love it also. Cleaning takes a few minuets. I wipe it down with a dishcloth with warm soapy water to break up the oil on the plastic windows. Then a few more times with just warm water. The pot unplugs and you can rinse it out. The inside of my pot is now dark brown from the oil and I can't get it cleaned. It does not affect anything I guess it's like having an iron skillet gives it flavor? The manual tells you to fill it with 2 cups of water and run it for 15 minutes doing that will steam the inside of the unit and you can wipe it down. It also made the very top of the front door that is made of plastic warp from the heat. I don't recommend closing the door while doing that to clean it. The holes in the bottom make it even better.Read more ›
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30 of 36 people found the following review helpful By C. on December 17, 2005
First of all this popper is smaller than you would expect. I do see the measurements, but It still appears a bit small...
I have to agree, this popper is only okay and here's why.

The popper smokes quite a bit. I thought it was a "new" thing - but it continues to smoke. The stirer DOES bind up so you really have to keep an eye on it. It's also a bit awkward when adding popcorn and oil - the accessibility to the pan is off to the side making it a bit strange.

This popper does make great popcorn - but you can make great movie popcorn on your stove too with the right ingredients.

This machine is okay if you want the "this is cool" factor - but that's about it. I'm still trying to decide if I should return it - it just looks cool in our game room.

Overall I would not recomment this machine. Maybe another brand would be better.

And Yes, the doors and sides ARE plastic not glass and the metal is VERY thin. The scoop that comes with it is rather cheap and has some sharp edges, as does the cart door.

One other thing - the "warming light" is a simple light bulb - and it does not keep the popcorn warm at all.
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