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Nostalgia SP660SS Stainless Steel 6-Quart Stir-Pop
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- Pops up to 24-cups of popcorn per batch
- Perfect for use with all Nostalgia Popcorn Kits! (Theater Hot Air & Kettle Kit-KPK400, 4-ounce Premium Popcorn Pack-KPP24, PCJ30-Shoft shelled Popping Kernels, PPB600-Reuseable Popcorn Bowls)
- Motorized stirring rod keeps popcorn from burning, and allows 25% more kernels to pop than most popcorn makers
- Vents allow moisture to escape
- Easy-to-clean non-stick cook plate with cool-touch handles
- Flip popcorn maker over, the lid becomes a bowl
- Make popcorn, kettle corn, roasted nuts, and a lot more
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Perfect For The Family
This large popcorn maker is perfect for movie night! Add butter to the vented steam slots for hot, fresh and butter popcorn. Pops up to 24 cups per batch.
Both fun and easy to use, this unit is both a popcorn maker and serving bowl in one! Top off your delicious batch of popcorn with your favorite seasonings, like powdered cheddar, ranch, cinnamon and more.
Motorized Stirring Rod
Add oil, salt and kernels, then allow the motorized stirring rod to evenly spread and stir the kernels to pop up to 25% more popcorn than most popcorn makers.
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Bring the family together with this popcorn maker and bowl in one! This unique design with built-in stirring rod moves the popcorn through the oil preventing the popcorn from burning, while the clear dome doubles as a serving bowl. Simply add oil, salt, and popcorn kernels and in about five minutes you will have a perfect batch of delicious popcorn. Also, works great with Nostalgia Pre-Measured Pouches!
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EDIT: It's been a pretty long time since I wrote this (It's now September 26), and this popper still works great! The quality hasn't changed since I bought it, and I must've used it at least a hundred times now, since my family and I really love popcorn. I'm so glad I bought this.
The manufacturer has designed a product that works well, looks good, has fairly robust bowl, good instructions, and with some nice touches:
- There's a silicone-like seal between cooking surface and outer edge of popper. Keeps oil and condensation out of bottom of unit. Should prevent oil dripping out of bottom over time. [And hey, this is an electric appliance, so no immersion in water or dishwasher, folks... wipe only!].
- There's an on-off switch, which is a nice safety feature, as you can plug/unplug unit without arcs/sparks/excitement. Safe to leave plugged in on counter if you wish.
- Built-in cord storage on bottom, with a space for the male plug. A bit fiddly to use at first, am now used to it and easily done.
- Smaller footprint than Stir Crazy - diameter of unit is less [it IS taller] so less shelf/counter/storage space - especially considering cord storage.
- Popping process seems to take a bit longer, but better heating of corn may be what contributes to next point.
- Good popping efficiency. We use Orville - level 2/3 cup of popcorn fills bowl to point of lifting it during popping - maybe 10 kernels unpopped.
One point: when new, unit is still "outgassing" so a plasticky aroma is there when you lift cover. Odor does not transfer to popcorn, and it seems storing unit with cover cracked [for ventilation] for a while, in addition to actually using unit, solves that issue.
Only thing I am not decided on is stirring rod - unit comes with a hard-to-describe rod that concentrates on lifting the popped corn off of the cooking surface, vs. the West Bend straight rod that stirs kernels more... Am alternating between manufacturer original and a slightly modified Stir Crazy straight rod... a larger sample of popcorn batches is required <burp> :-) before I declare which rod (original or modified) is my favorite.
Overall, based on experience to date, highly recommended.
Update:It's going back.