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Maverick EC-200 400-Watt Egg Cooker/Poacher, Black
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- 400-watt egg cooker/poacher provides a foolproof way to cook eggs
- Water-measuring cup; steams away the water; auto shut-off with "ready" indicator
- Inner tray for up to 7 hard- or soft-boiled eggs; second tray for poaching up to 4 eggs
- Stainless-steel and plastic base; lighted on/off button; made in China
- Measures approximately 6 by 6 by 6-1/2 inches
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Replaced with the Krups 230-70 Egg Express Egg Cooker. Get the Krups, stronger materials, has warming feature which proves handy. Better unit all around.
* - Takes about 25 min to cook, vs a few minutes for most poachers.
* - Requires the soft boiled egg attachment to poach eggss.
* - When the above component broke, the company sent the wrong replacement part.
* - Susposed to chirp when done cooking. Never chirped. A quality machine would turn itself off.
At least now I know to avoid the Maverick brand name.
Now that the machine is a year old or so, it has started malfunctioning. The buzzer keeps going off as the eggs are cooking; I think the lid has gotten just warped enough that a seal isn't quite forming? For whatever reason, the machine keeps on thinking it is done, buzzing, and shutting down, so that I have to stand over it pressing down and trying to shift the way the lid fits on. It works well some days and gives me fits other days.
I don't know if we put the parts in the dishwasher or if it's just a troublesome little machine; but if you have multiple family members taking turns washing dishes you may not have control over whether the egg machine gets warped.
When it works, it's a favorite kitchen gadget--and I'm NOT fond of gadgets.
POACHED EGG SHOULD LOOK LIKE A POACHED EGG: I was disappointed to open the pkg and see a single egg tray divided into four triangles. Not my idea of a poached egg shape but, - hmm, 'll work with it anyway.
TOO MUCH WORK: I assemble the parts, use the bizarre little cup to fill water depending on how many eggs are being cooked. (I could have filled my rice cooker w/water in a fraction of the time - popped in the eggs and be done)
EGG CUPS TOO SMALL: I crack an egg and half the whites spill out. Woops! The egg holders are TOO SMALL! I needed small or extra small eggs.
TOO MANY PIECES 1) the base, 2) a frame, 3) egg holder, 4) a dome that doesn't easily seat into place, and 5, a "measuring cup?"
(My ricecooker - - - 1) pot, 2) egg holders) If I wanted boiled eggs - just the pot!
All I wanted was a poached egg. I've pulled together salads faster than it took me to "unsuccessfully" use this thing. It's now sitting in the office kitchen and I'm back to my rice cooker.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Leaks water all over while it is cooking (nooooo I didn't overfill). Does not compare to my old egg cooker which is obsolete :(Published 8 months ago by cathy jacobsen
Works well without our having to time boiling our eggs. This does it you us.Published 12 months ago by Sabina Duke
i love this little gadget. I get perfectly soft boiled eggs every time.Published 18 months ago by Carla Palmer
Soft boiled eggs are awesome. I will make another hard boiled egg again (maybe deviled eggs) even eggs minutes out of my chickens peel great.Published on July 25, 2014 by PJM
I really like this egg cooker. It cooks the eggs just perfect and fast. The shell comes off very easy. Read morePublished on April 10, 2014 by JoAnn Cantalupo
I have never been able to get consistent boiled eggs that are boiled just right and that I can peel. Read morePublished on February 19, 2014 by Mac