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Egg Cooker £7.99 @ Lidl

£7.99 @ LIDL
# For cooking up to 7 eggs # Cooks eggs to your taste, hard-, medium- or soft-boiled # Alarm sounds when eggs are cooked # Stainless steel hotplate with keep warm setting # Overheat protection # …
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# For cooking up to 7 eggs
# Cooks eggs to your taste, hard-, medium- or soft-boiled
# Alarm sounds when eggs are cooked
# Stainless steel hotplate with keep warm setting
# Overheat protection
# Includes measuring jug with egg piercer
# 3 year manufacturer's warranty
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#1
Eggcelent price!

I'm not egg saturating! :D
#2
Anyone had any egg-sperience with these?
#3
Really egg-cited by this deal, but seriously how lazy have you got to be! Just put them in a pan for christ sake!:)
#4
Eggs-b -Alidotious!
How ever you cook them.
#5
These make great eggs.

:pirate:CJ:pirate:
#6
worth every penny i bought one of these a few weeks ago from Lakeland £9.99 And love it
#7
Am I missing something? Don't you just put eggs in a pan and boil them for 5 minutes?
#8
iand123
Am I missing something? Don't you just put eggs in a pan and boil them for 5 minutes?


Eggsactly
#9
okay enough with the egg banter.

Are these only available in store? i can see online but not 'buy' button :(
#10
This thread is becoming quite egg-asperating. Sorry, couldn't resist it. These things are great, they take the randomness of boiling in a pan and you get perfect soft boiled eggs every time. Hot....
#11
I'll give them a try!
Have some heat!
1 Like #12
iand123;6483694
Am I missing something? Don't you just put eggs in a pan and boil them for 5 minutes?

If you boil eggs regularly then these are much more convenient. First off you use a fraction of the water you would need to boil when using a pan, also, as previously stated it is a regulated process with a buzzer that goes off when the eggs are done, so you get the same consistency of dippiness.

Should you forget or get distracted these will not boil dry and burn.

As useful to a kitchen as a toaster if you ask me.:thumbsup:
#13
Too may yokes
#14
It's not a lot to shell out .Looks good ...
#15
this is bang tidy... going to get one.
#16
Lets all give a standing ovulation , hot deal.
3 Likes #17
Eggs-cuse me, but before I get eggs-cited about this and shell out for one, can any eggs-perts tell me, based on their eggs-perience, if this will hard boil eggs to my eggs-acting standard? After all eggs come in different sizes, so is it realistic to eggs-pect them all to be cooked properly? Won't the smaller ones eggs-plode?. I lead a busy life, so I don't have time to eggs-periment.
#18
whats wrong with a saucepan and some hot water over the stove?
#19
gonna buy some for the local yokels, sam and ella, for christmas....
banned#20
Eric Badger
Eggs-cuse me, but before I get eggs-cited about this and shell out for one, can any eggs-perts tell me, based on their eggs-perience, if this will hard boil eggs to my eggs-acting standard? After all eggs come in different sizes, so is it realistic to eggs-pect them all to be cooked properly? Won't the smaller ones eggs-plode?. I lead a busy life, so I don't have time to eggs-periment.


Wow enough egg jokes there :roll:
#21
Cheaper solution.... Get a pain out and fill it water and boil the egg to the right time. Simple!
#22
leecher
okay enough with the egg banter.

Are these only available in store? i can see online but not 'buy' button :(


Lidl don't do online purchasing so yes it's instore only.

I saw this in the email newsletter a few days ago and was going to post it but I didn't lol. I'm eggstatic about replacing my old one from Amazon, it's all good and it's cheep!
#23
Wonder if this was the one shown on Dragon's Den a few years ago?
#24
cracking deal
#25
egg-cruciatingly poor puns. you're all gonna end up with egg on your face.

(Mr Burns: egg-cellent)
#26
Does it boil bunnies too?? ;-)
seriously though, how long does one of these gadgets take to cook an egg so its runny?
#27
inajiffi
Really egg-cited by this deal, but seriously how lazy have you got to be! Just put them in a pan for christ sake!:)


Lidl is a German company and these electric egg cookers are standard kitchen equipment over there. Surprised it doesn't come with an egg piercer to stop the eggs cracking.

For all those quacking on in this thread about pans on the stove - ever owned or used a toaster? Thought so. :whistling:
#28
WalterSmith
Wonder if this was the one shown on Dragon's Den a few years ago?


no it's not, that was a funny pitch tho lol

i saw these seems like a waste of money to me when you can just do it in a pan
#29
How long does it take to cook an egg to medium boiled?
#30
bailey87
egg-cruciatingly poor puns. you're all gonna end up with egg on your face.

(Mr Burns: egg-cellent)


On the contrary, the puns were good enough to brighten up my eggs-istence on this planet for a brief moment.
#31
siandy
no it's not, that was a funny pitch tho lol

i saw these seems like a waste of money to me when you can just do it in a pan


You would get this for the same reason you would buy a toaster or a plug in kettle instead of using the grill or hob. Less hassle, less cleaning up and more efficient, saving you money in the long run, on electricity/gas bills. You could use a pan, but you are wasting all that water and time heating it up a whole pan. The egg cooker uses no more water than is neccassary and gets to the boiling point quicker because there is less water

Got one of these from lidl ages ago, use it all the time, might get anouther one as I haven't seen one for this price anywhere else.
#32
matureking
How long does it take to cook an egg to medium boiled?


a little bit longer than soft boiled... but not quite as long as hard boiled. :)

sorry cudnt help being egg-streamly silly.
banned#33
silverback;6484811
You would get this for the same reason you would buy a toaster or a plug in kettle instead of using the grill or hob. Less hassle, less cleaning up and more efficient, saving you money in the long run, on electricity/gas bills. You could use a pan, but you are wasting all that water and time heating it up a whole pan. The egg cooker uses no more water than is neccassary and gets to the boiling point quicker because there is less water

Got one of these from lidl ages ago, use it all the time, might get anouther one as I haven't seen one for this price anywhere else.

surely people use a kettle to heat the water and not the cooker :w00t:

and what washing up is there after boiling an egg :?
#34
[QUOTE=spraint]Surprised it doesn't come with an egg piercer to stop the eggs cracking.

/QUOTE]
Includes measuring jug with egg piercer
banned#35
people buy toasters but own grills, people buy kettles but have hobs, people buy microwaves yet own ovens, people buy washing machines but have sinks, people buy tumbledriers but have clothes lines....... its a bit of a silly argument
#36
csiman
surely people use a kettle to heat the water and not the cooker :w00t:

and what washing up is there after boiling an egg :?


No. People use a grill for toast and a kettle on the hob for hot drinks. Anything else seems a waste of time or 'lazy'. Apparently. Or this forum is a Luddite ghetto.

As for washing up after boiling eggs in a pan, don't you love the taste of calcium deposit on anything that goes in after the eggs? Yum.
banned#37
spraint;6484973
No. People use a grill for toast and a kettle on the hob for hot drinks. Anything else seems a waste of time or 'lazy'. Apparently. Or this forum is a Luddite ghetto.

As for washing up after boiling eggs in a pan, don't you love the taste of calcium deposit on anything that goes in after the eggs? Yum.

dont be ridiculous!

I have never seen anyone boil cold water in a pan when they have a kettle :whistling:

oh, I forgot it takes all of 2 seconds to wipe the calcium deposit line off the pan lol :roll:
#38
csiman
surely people use a kettle to heat the water and not the cooker :w00t:

was thinking maybe if they saw no use wasting money on this they wouldn't want to waste money on a plug in kettle :-D

csiman
and what washing up is there after boiling an egg :?

Well if you want to go in-depth, sometimes you get a bit of a ring around the pan when you boil an egg and maybe the utensil you use to get the egg out the water? Or am I just using some dirty eggs?
#39
Oh does this one egg-ceed the one that was on dragon's den?
#40
spraint
Lidl is a German company and these electric egg cookers are standard kitchen equipment over there. Surprised it doesn't come with an egg piercer to stop the eggs cracking.

For all those quacking on in this thread about pans on the stove - ever owned or used a toaster? Thought so. :whistling:


Why dont you just use a steamer, does the same job and can also be used to steam fish, veg etc You can pick one of these up for less that a tenner as well a much better deal IMO :thumbsup:

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