Chef's Choice 810 Gourmet Egg Cooker White 8100000
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- Prepare up to 7 eggs, exactly the way you like them
- Eggs in the same batch can be combined to cook soft, medium or hard boiled
- Convenient egg tray can be lifted with one hand for rinsing under cold water
- Electronic timer with audible ready signal; on /off switch with indicator light
- Brushed stainless steel design
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The eggs do come out perfectly. You may have to adjust the timer a bit, depending on the size of the eggs, but you will be able to get perfect eggs after one or two tries.
The cooker dings for a couple of minutes when the eggs are ready so you don't have to watch it like cooking eggs in a pot on the stove.
A previous reviewer did not think there was an indication on how much water to put in but there is. It is very hard to see as it is not printed on, just the word "level" in very small type is etched in, close to the rim. You need to have your glasses on and/or a magnifying glass to find it the first time.
More importantly, even though the instructions warn about not burning yourself by lifting the lid away from you, the instructions did not go far enough. I did as instructed, but water still ran down my hand and arm... very hot water! So my suggestion is to unplug when the eggs are done and let the whole thing cool down for awhile before taking the eggs out. Because those eggs... are just perfect and delicious!
To some who said they didn't know how much water to use, the product manual states that to hard-boil one should use 3/4 cup of water.
A great product; the only negative is that I wish it would switch itself off instead of me having to turn it off manually.
Here's a postscript to my above original post:
It's been a few months that I've been using this egg cooker and I still love it. The BIG bonus that I had no reason to anticipate is the EVERY SINGLE EGG that I've hard-boiled in this cooker has been very easy to peel. I have no idea why that would be, but I have not had to struggle with crumbling, sticking shells once since I started using this cooker. This, in my opinion, is the BEST thing about this cooker.
Most cookers or almost all of them (newer models) , you have to measure the amount of water depending egg count and how you want it hard boiled, soft or..?
This model uses a timer, and you use the same amount of water no matter how you or how many eggs you are cooking. You still have to turn it off, but at least you don't burn your egg cooker.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is great~ I use it very often. It's small and light weight so don't take a lot of storage space. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
I purchased this as a shower gift and the new bride really likes it very much. I just may have to buy one for myself.Published 14 months ago by storm ready
Great for making hard boiled eggs. The timer means you don't have to watch it or worry about the pot boiling over. Do not like the "poached egg" insert. Read morePublished 23 months ago by pacific nw mom
This replaced a non-electric one that wore out. I really like this one. A little practice and it is perfect eggs all the time. Read morePublished 24 months ago by JAM
We enjoyed having poached eggs with our old cooker, but I wanted an easier cooker. I cook the eggs to hard boil, 15 minutes, then take the yolks out. Read morePublished on June 4, 2014 by Nancy Sue
No need to puncture the eggs. For a really soft egg, keep the timer all the way down, especially when making just one or two eggs. And not too much water either. Read morePublished on May 18, 2014 by L. C. Rafsky