West Bend 82306 Stir Crazy 6-Quart Electric Popcorn Popper
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- Popcorn popper with motorized stirring rod to ensure all kernels pop
- Produces up to 6 quarts in about 5 minutes; built-in butter well
- Nonstick-coated popping surface
- Heat-resistant handles and base; plastic cover doubles as serving bowl
- Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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This 1000-watt popcorn maker makes 6 quarts of popcorn the fast and easy way.
West Bend has improved on the classic corn popper design by adding a motorized stirring rod which ensures that every single kernel pops, every time. In about five minutes, the Stir Crazy Popper produces up to 6 quarts of perfectly popped corn, using one tablespoon of oil per 1/4 cup corn. You can clean it with just a quick swipe of the sponge. For added flavor, place a bit of butter in the butter well to melt over the corn as it pops. The plastic cover doubles as a serving bowl, so when the cycle is done, just flip it over to enjoy popcorn that's guaranteed to be good to the last pop.
Note: Please unplug the machine and flip it over when it’s done popping the popcorn
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Pros: --Clear dome for viewing popcorn pop, hehe
--Super fast to heat up and pop the corn
--Simple, easy cleanup
--We know what we're eating
Cons: --Don't know about the black plastic lid on top of the dome - we might need to take that off because it interferes with cleanup, and we know to avoid burning ourselves on the steam.
--Can be difficult to get clean, as with anything coming in contact with oil, but we found that just using straight soap with no water worked well to cut the oil
-easy to use
-(pretty) easy to clean up
-nice feature having the plastic lid to flip over to use as one of the bowl to serve/eat from
-the clear plastic lid is pretty flimsy. While it needs to have some flexibility so that it's pliable for use, IMO it should be a heavy gauge/thickness. Not sure how it will last over the long haul.
I'll keep you posted though :)
The lid (clear dome) fitment to the base isn't as good as my old Stir-Crazy. They changed the design of the lid, so that the lid lip doesn't sit down inside the base well, causing the lid to slide off more easily.
So the lid tends to fall off more easily when you are carrying the popper, causing the lid to fall on the floor and break more easily.
If there was a similar popper that had a better fitting top (lid) then I would buy it instead, however if you aren't concerned the top sliding off and breaking, then this will work fine for you.