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Indulgence Popcorn Maker - now £15.99 @ Argos (was £39.99)

£15.99 @ Argos
* Silver. * 850 watts. * Pop corn ready in 3 minutes. * Serve plain or add your choice of flavourings. * Makes approximately 300-500ml every time. * Overheat protection. * One on/off sw…
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[mod] 7y, 2m agoFound 7 years, 2 months ago
* Silver.
* 850 watts.
* Pop corn ready in 3 minutes.
* Serve plain or add your choice of flavourings.
* Makes approximately 300-500ml every time.
* Overheat protection.
* One on/off switch.
* Measuring cup.
* No oil required.
* Easy clean.
* Cord storage.
* Instruction manual included.
* Size (H)30, (W)14.7, (D)13.1cm.
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#1
has anybody actually used one of these? any good?

I love pop corn and have a £5 argos voucher so tempted...
#2
you see alot of these space clutterers on ebay & car boot sales...
#3
Ive got one of these and they work great, just ordered another 2 for gifts :thumbsup:
#4
indulgence is the word, frying pan does the job
#5
They work but the popcorn is tasteless.

Why not just take a pan with a lid put in oil, hand full of corn and some sugar turn on full heat and wait till it pops while shaking the pan. Then serve. Cant be simpler and perfect popcorn without spending any more money.

These are ok but just uses hot air to pop em. My wife uses one in her class for the kids a treat as no oil needed it is safer. Just dont taste that good.
#6
waj1234
They work but the popcorn is tasteless.

It tastes of popcorn doest it? :-D it tastes of something when you add to it, like sugar, oil, salt or whatever floats your boat, unlike the frying pan way, if you only like "tasteless popcorn" like myself just cook it and put the machine away....Noooooo cleaning up which is what im after around about now;-)

:santa:MERRY XMAS TO ALL:santa:
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wayne11;7285534
It tastes of popcorn doest it? :-D it tastes of something when you add to it, like sugar, oil, salt or whatever floats your boat, unlike the frying pan way, if you only like "tasteless popcorn" like myself just cook it and put the machine away....Noooooo cleaning up which is what im after around about now;-)

:santa:MERRY XMAS TO ALL:santa:


but popcorn without the sugary taste is well how can I put it, tasteless. I just dont see the point in spending extra on an item when you can do it in a pan which most people tend to have already?

Good if you cant be bothered to clean a pan and like it a little bland. Done in a pan makes it like butterkist if thats what you like though. Not saying its not a good price but just a bit pointless.
#8
agreed with waj1234...
#9
Anyone got a good suggestion for making salted popcorn and actually making it taste nice? Tried in popcorn machines (Not this one, and unlike a lot of other posters, I do realise this is supposedly different) and in a pan but still no good?
#10
Useless gadget. Use a pan instead.
#11
WorKid
Useless gadget. Use a pan instead.


Exactly what I was going to say. Cant believe they sold it for £40...
#12
Nice, thank you :-D
#13
if someone buys this then i can only imagine the array of other needless gadgets clutering up their kitchen
#14
These are useless. Use a brown paper bag for the same results and save your money and space on your kitchen worktop...
#15
http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d.html/ref=redir_mdp_mobile/179-9001344-4048436?a=B00004SU35

The above is much better, a small quantity of oil (coconut ideally) , olive will do and sugar to taste. Pan cleans in seconds and is essentially a small version of what the cinema chains use! I have an electric one before, IMHo they're crap.
#16
Theres NO way this thing could retail at £40!!!

Noticed Tesco sell it, or did rather, they now list it as discontinued.

These kind of things are ok if you like the kinda popcorn i make.

If anyone has been to the movies in the USA will know they sell there popcorn with warm butter.

Microwave up some butter, pour it on and then salt it up.

GREAT taste, but just a bit of a heart buster!! :thumbsup:

Just wish they did that over here at the cinema!
#17
For salted buttery popcorn...
ad some butter to a microwave bowl and heat it till it melts
add some corn and salt. for colour you can add some termeric (it is natural but many people don't like it but I don't mind)
close the bowl and heat it for 3-4 minutes.
I prefer microwave over pn as it brings out even and less chances of burning the pan from bottom.
#18
I bought this in tesco back in september for £10, I can't believe argos sold them for £40!!!! It sure isn't worth that!!
#19
I won one of these in a lovefilm competition, fun for the first few times you use it, but ultimately still useless, we still buy microwave popcorn because this thing takes too long.

It spits kernels EVERYWHERE, we found a kernel at the bottom of our stairs once, and we live in an upstairs flat!

Really, don't waste your money.
#20
They sell these in B & M for £8.00. Not even worth that... They are terrible... Popcorn goes everywhere when coming out.... Never lands in the bowl!
#21
Tempting........
#22
I love that machine on Southwold pier that takes 20p then pops and dispenses one piece of corn.
#23
Had a similar one once - it was very good, but if you are making popcorn for loads of people, make sure you follow the warning about cool-down time! I melted mine a bit...!
#24
rst

popcorn maker is that available here in uk?
#25
I happen to like the taste of popcorn out of these hot air machines
#26
Voted cold as i think the deal is full of hot air

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