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West Bend Stir Crazy Deluxe Popcorn Maker

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List Price: $59.99
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  • 6 qt. vented cover doubles as a serving bowl, includes snap on lid
  • Removable heating plate is non-stick coated and dishwasher safe
  • Motorized, reversing stir rod for improved popping
  • Heat resistant handles and base
  • On/off switch, 1000 watts, 1 year warranty
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13.3 x 7.8 x 13.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B005PO79OQ
  • Item model number: 82310
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (70 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,378 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Deluxe stir crazy popcorn maker, vented cover doubles as a serving bowl, includes snap on lid, the removable heating plate has non-stick coating and is diswasher safe, the motorized stir rod reverses for improved popping, the handles are heat resistant and align with the cover for safe and easy serving, features On/Off switch, 1000 watts, 1 year warranty.


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Customer Reviews

I am a huge Stir Crazy fan and am so, so, so bummed out about this deluxe model.
Stephanie Rosskopf
My old Stir Crazy, with a standard electric heating element, takes a little while to get to temperature, but then almost all of the corn pops at once.
Robert M. Fox
It was burning the corn that had already popped before even half the kernels had popped.
Dogfather

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

76 of 81 people found the following review helpful By Robert M. Fox on November 28, 2011
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I'm a long-time, multiple Stir Crazy user (45+ years, I think), but I am incredibly disappointed with this new model. It purports to fix many of the minor irritations with my old Stir Crazy, but it does not make satisfactory popcorn.

My first Stir Crazy Deluxe did not work at all. West Bend customer service then sent me the wrong model (Kettle Krazy) as a replacement. I finally received a second Stir Crazy Deluxe after more calls (missing one of the bumpers on the feet and with an on/off switch that failed to light up when on). The second unit ran with wild swings in temperature and did not pop the corn properly. West Bend sent me a third unit that they took out of the box and tested before shipping. This unit did have all of the parts and appeared to work as designed. It did not make satisfactory popcorn.

This popper uses a halogen heating element, similar to those used on certain solid-surface cooktops. A halogen element heats up instantly, but the output level cannot be adjusted, so it must be cycled on and off to maintain a specific temperature. I've never had much luck keeping a consistent temperature on halogen cooktops and this popper is no exception.

My old Stir Crazy, with a standard electric heating element, takes a little while to get to temperature, but then almost all of the corn pops at once. The new Stir Crazy Deluxe begins to pop the corn and then the heating element cycles off. Although the latest unit I've received does pop the corn more-or-less continuously, the kernels are not fully popped. I feel this is because they are being overheated at a variable temperature. I am also left with an excessive number of unpopped kernels and a significant amount of burned kernels, burned popcorn, and burned bits of chaff.
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41 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Dogfather on November 11, 2011
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I read the reviews for the less expensive West Bend stir crazy and hoped this model would solve some of the problems. The stir rod on this model does not scratch the teflon coating and it has an on/off switch. Unfortunately, the on/off switch does not work. It just turns the LED light on and off, not the heating element. The write up says the stirring rod reverses. It did not over all the times I used the product. The heating element seems too hot. It was burning the corn that had already popped before even half the kernels had popped. I tried more oil and less oil to prevent the burning and nothing worked. I tried different popcorn. No joy. I was prepared to live with the bad on/off switch but I just never got any good popcorn out of this model. Sigh.
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24 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Mark E. Booth on November 27, 2011
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I used the original Stir Crazy model for years. In fact, I used it so much that I wore out several of them (literally, wore them out). This new Deluxe model is MILES ahead of the old model! The removable popping plate makes cleanup a breeze. The 1000-watt heating element pops the corn faster than the original model. The stirring rod DOES reverse if it gets stuck (that other reviewer must have received a defective unit).

The new Stir Crazy Deluxe model is absolutely superior to the original model. The only negative (which also plagues every other dedicated popper I've tried) is that the popcorn comes out slightly chewy due to trapped moisture.

I was so impressed with the Stir Crazy Deluxe that I wrote a review for my markshangout.com blog (including a tip for completely eliminating the chewy popcorn).
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By nonutshere on March 1, 2012
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We have been thru 2 of the older West Bend poppers. The first burnt out after 2 years of almost daily use. The second one was still working well, until my DD accidently dropped it on the floor and cracked the base.

My only complaints with the older model was 1. there was some scraping of the popping surface by the arm, 2. There was no on/off switch (and my kids would sometimes turn it upside down while it was still plugged in), and 3. that my kids didn't clean it :)
Seeing the new model with the on/off switch, "improved" turning arm & removable base, I had high hopes that it would be a better solution for us.

Problem 1 - the kernels don't pop well. We have to let the popper heat up before adding anything to it, and need to use more oil than with the old one. The popcorn texture is not right, and we end up with burnt pieces and many unpopped kernels in the same batch.

Problem 2 - even worse, is the horrible chemical smell coming from the base. We have been using it since Christmas, and the smell is still there. I'm contacting the manufacturer to see about a replacement. I want my old model back!
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 25, 2012
We have used and loved several West Bend Stir Crazy poppers over 20 years and then bought this catastrophe of a corn popper.
The chemical smell alone should be enough to make West Bend contact all owners with refunds/replacements/and sincere apologies but the popcorn does not pop very well on top of the odor. We have tried to use it over 11 months hoping the smell would eventually dissapate like the instructions say. The smell is the same as the day we opened this thing. Get used to it. The taste is affected by the chemical compounds and the popcorn is gummy due to the steam from taking so long to pop. The heating element turns off periodically during the popping ensuring that the popcorn will unevenly pop. What happened to the near perfect design of the original product? Maybe we were lured in by the easy-to-clean, dishwasher-safe promise but if you never use it this feature is not relevant. C'MON WEST BEND! Do something for all of the customers who used to RAVE about your great poppers.
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