Nostalgia Electrics CCM-505 Vintage Collection Cotton Candy Maker
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- Countertop cotton-candy maker creates an instant carnival atmosphere at home
- Antique-style cart with vintage lettering and oversized wheels
- Center heating element quickly spins regular or specialty sugars (sold separately)
- Removable bowl for easy cleaning between uses; includes 2 plastic cones
- Measures 11 by 11 by 12 inches
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Turn backyard birthday parties or picnics into authentic carnivals with this adorable cotton-candy maker. Modeled after an antique cart--complete with vintage lettering and oversized wheels--the countertop unit offers a fun, hands-on way to whip up fluffy cones of delicious cotton candy. Furthermore, it can be used with either specialized flossing sugars (sold separately) or table sugar to create a variety of colorful, flavored treats. To operate, simply pour the sugar into the top, turn the unit on, and allow its central heating element to warm and spin the sugar into a web of sweet, finger-licking goodness. Finally, twist the flossed sugar onto one of the two included plastic cones as it collects around the basin (paper cones and other accessories sold separately). The system's removable bowl cleans up quickly by hand, and its base can be wiped easily clean with a damp cloth between uses. A delightful way to celebrate special occasions with family and friends, the cotton-candy maker measures 11 by 11 by 12 inches.
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Save your time and money.. and just buy the cotton candy. Or get a real machine. This is just a toy that your kids can't play with alone and has the ability to melt little green army soldiers as they spin and melt to death.
Now there are some things to watch out for. The one quirk that my machine has is that it "walks" when you make your second round of cotton candy. In other words the sugar in the spinner becomes unbalanced, and the whole cotton candy maker moves in a counter clockwise direction while making the second batch. This is easily remedied by holding the machine in place with one hand, and collecting the cotton candy with the other, or placing something heavy near the machine to block it from moving. However, this is not something I would let a young child do, so please supervise any children using this machine.