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Waring Pro CC150 Cotton Candy Maker
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- Comes with 2 BPA-free reusable cones, 6 paper cones and storage area
- Stainless Steel hub detaches for easy cleaning
- All materials that come into contact with food are BPA free
- 350 watts; Halogen heater system for quick results
- Easy-to-find ingredients: pure cane sugar, food coloring, flavored extracts. Kindly Refer user manual and Video for reference.
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|Color||Red||Pink, Purple, Blue||Red/White||Red/White|
|Dimensions||14.75 inches x 7 inches x 14.5 inches||3 inches x 17.75 inches x 5.75 inches||12 inches x 11 inches x 11 inches||7 inches x 13 inches x 13 inches|
|Item Package Weight||5 pounds||3.2 pounds||5.45 pounds||4.6 pounds|
|Material||Stainless Steel||Information not provided||18/8 Steel||Stainless Steel|
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I was a little dubious when I saw that the heat is generated from small halogen light bulbs. I was used to the commercial makers that get VERY hot. The heat is certainly sufficient to make nice, fluffy cotton candy. It isn't nearly as fast as the machines you see at a fair, but it works well enough for making a few cones at home.
I saw other reviews that said it didn't work well until the fourth or fifth time it was used. It worked fine on the first use for me.
This is not what you are looking for if you want to make a lot of cotton candy at once, It probably took about 3-4 minutes to make a small cone that a commercial machine would make in a few seconds. On the other hand, this one didn't cost $1200.
1. The warm up period of 5 minutes is absolutely necessary.
2. The Floss (cotton candy) does not come out fast enough and the bowl is not big enough to pick up the cotton candy the way you see it done at the fair. I had the best result by getting it started on the cone and then slowly twirling the cone directly over the head (where the sugar goes in).
3. Do not turn off the machine until all the sugar is out of the head. The remaining sugar can solidify and become quite a hassle to get out. This is the number one cause of having to repair the commercial cotton candy makers.
I also ordered the Cotton Candy Express Fun Pack Kit with three flavors and a bunch of paper cones. It worked very well.
This was after letting it warm up for well over 5 minutes
1- the Waring flung out a lot more sugar than the Nostalgia right from the get go so there was quickly a pile of sugar in the tub.
2- As the sugar started to met, and even with the lifesavers, it started flinging out melted sugar which feels like lava when it hits your hands and the table top and floor had sugar all over the place.
3- When the floss did finally start coming out it was thicker and glassier than the Nostalgia, with lots of large crystals in it so that the cotton candy was more crunchy than melt in your mouth. My 5 year old who was very excited with the results we were getting with the Nostalgia, quickly lost interest with this one due to my constant warnings about the hot sugar flying out and the poor cotton candy results.
Maybe when it is warmer I will get better results but so far I think I should have stayed with the Nostalgia. The waring is not that much bigger and I am not sure that the metal bowl is that much of an improvement.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Didn't work as well as I'd hoped. Volume is smaller that I hoped.Published 19 days ago by Christoph Taylor
This machine was a gift for my husband. He has thoroughly enjoyed it. We make our own flavored sugar to be spun into cotton candy. It did take him awhile to master the process. Read morePublished 4 months ago by D. Williams
Just as advertised. Takes some practice to use properly, but fun once you get the hang of itPublished 4 months ago by William Knox
I just wish the amount of cotton candy was as big as you get at the Fair, but I understand the motor (actually the whole thing) has to be bigger - My granddaughter likes it.Published 4 months ago by Carolyn B. Miller