Hershey's S'mores Maker
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- Hershey's S'mores Maker.
- Adult Partial Assembly Required. Requires 60w Clear Candelabra Light-bulb.
- Food Products Not Included.
- Heat Shield Base Can Be Removed With A Philips Screwdriver To Wash.
- Approximately 10" Tall. Requires 4 "N" Batteries (Not Included).
You don't need to wait for a camping trip to have S'mores any more. Have them every day with this electric look-alike "campfire." Place marshmallows on heating "branches" and place into heating chamber. Place Hershey's Chocolate Bar on a graham cracker. Once marshmallow is melted, place hot marshmallow on top of Hershey's Chocolate Bar. Add a second cracker, and your S'more is ready to eat.
Adult partial assembly required. Requires 60W clear candalabra lightbulb. Food products not included. Heat shield base can be removed with a Philips screwdriver to wash. Approximately 10" tall. Requires 4 "D" batteries (not included).
Top Customer Reviews
It was fun. We enjoyed ourselves. We'd just set a marshmellow to roasting, watch our movie.. give it a spin every minute or so, let the skin get crispy (but not brown) and the insides get a little melty (we had no problem getting the marshmellows to go melty- and we had a lower watt bulb! Granted, it only got the half of the marshmellow that was facing the bulb melty and required a quick flip.. but still. It melted.) and then pop it off and make a smore, but be sure you set your next marshmellow going before you ate the first!
Its not a real campfire. You don't get any coloration, and you don't get burning. You get safety, and you get the novelty factor. We loved it, and we're in college! I don't know why a little kid wouldn't find that fun when a real campfire wasn't available.
I have lots of brains, thank you, and love this toy. It's sharing the experience and the time with our kids that counts, not how long it takes to cook.
1. It is a children's toy and designed with safety in mind - therefore if the marshmallow could get that hot - it could burn the child's tongue & fingers while using it - we've all been burned by the camp fire before
2. The unit itself would get too hot as well - again this is designed for a child.
Great toy! My daughter loves it!!!
january,11,2005-- I did end up getting this item for my child. It is a real treat for her.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Again, I did not order this item. I have no idea what it is doing in my list of items to rate. So just ignore this. If it is nice, I have no idea.Published on January 1, 2014 by J. Thompson
The prodcut worked "ok" and was more fun to think about using than to actually use. I would reccomend, sticking to the traditional way.Published on September 27, 2011 by midwesternfamilyof6
This thing heats up the marshmallows via a 60 watt lightblub. I got so bored standing there, I stuck the marshmallow on the stick, put it in place and just let it sit there. Read morePublished on March 10, 2009 by M. Boehm
Even though it takes a while for the marshmallow to melt enough to be yummy, it does not make the food really hot so that it safe enough to let my youngest use it. Read morePublished on September 14, 2006 by EMTP EJ
I got this for my nephews (who are 6 and 4) because I was concerned about them using sticks near an open flame. They love them. Read morePublished on July 25, 2006 by Stacie K. Switek
I bought this for my 24 year old self, mostly because I remembered camping out and making s'mores over a real campfire and wanted to share a little bit of that with my 5 year old... Read morePublished on June 3, 2006 by Angela M. Sanders
What a waste of money this thing was. We were all excited having a little camp out for my grandson. Took out the Smores maker and all the ingredients. Read morePublished on January 28, 2006 by Lita Makoto
My 8 year old daughter receieved this as a Christmas gift. It wasn't one of the first toys she opened and played with, but when she did get around to using it, it was a BIG HIT!! Read morePublished on January 13, 2006 by flamom
This is a horrible toy. First, the box is not clear that it takes a strange lightbulb to produce the heat. It requires a 60w small round bulb with a small base. Read morePublished on January 7, 2006 by Peter Gee